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It. KATLIFF, Orange City. Miss Mary Heath, of Pipcville, has been visiting her cousin Miss draco There is unreasonably cold wenth-e- r in Montana accompanied by s.now. Crooks. .Ins. Steele and wife spent sever IjeKlocD,Shcelian do your g ul days last week at the State r'nir ami painting. in liiisvillc. paper-Viaugin- plant. LADIES' AND MISSES' NEW FALL HAT We invite you to look them over. The si vies are now our stock is new. You wi.lL bo pleased with the hats and delighted with the low prices. ' Just received a shipment irom Now York City. It is to your advantage to see them. -- AT THE LYRIC 2 BIG PICTURES FOR THE SCHOOL RALLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY -ft" fkJ-- , H. C. Gudgell, who was confined to his home with illness last week, raiscdiAhis year watermelons that was able to be out Monday. weighed;!!?',: pounds eaeli. Miss .Angie Young Jackton is?nt home after a visit of several weeks Buy WilIinwTell (lour or Lexingto friends at Robinson, 111. ton Maid, I handle them both. Mrs. John Bon!! of near town visn. C. BYRON. ited relatives in Montgomery ' and Bourbon counties seernl days last See Siam Soo, dance on a Columbia record. At E. L. and A. T. week. Bvron's. Ira Covlc and Arthur Horseman visited the former's brother Richard Tlie German mark, whose normal Coyle at Winchester Saturday and value is 24c lias fallen to a trifle ov- Sunday. er two cents. Herbert Cotignu and wife, of Mnysville, were guests of the family Jleinz pickling vinegar and pick of M. L. Thomas the latter part of ling.piecs of all kinds. ..... ...... last week. 11. C. BYRON George Kerr and Mrs. Minnie . Kentucky's tohaeeo crop for this Goodpaster and Joe Arnold and Donohuc attended the Stati ycasnow estimated at 200,000,000 Fair in Louisville Friday. .:pouuas. Miss Eda Chandler left this week for Louisville, where she has acceptOrange Buy the liest ice-te- a ed a. position as teacher in the Boys' ten. Junior High School. J. R. STEELE W. C. Jackson and wife have reschool .fund this year is turned home from a .$6.10 per siay with Mrs. Jackson's father, who & for .650,840 school children. has lieen very ill, at Hilltop, Fleming t county. "Montgomery county farmer have Francis, Burbridge and Bruce Rat,. Vipned DO per cent, of the county's Hurley Tobae-r- p lin, sons of Sam Rntlu?, have gone to crop of tobacco to the Irvine, Ivy, where they will go into Association. the grocery, meat and fruit business Get our prices on coal, lumber, as soon as a new house they are Their lime and cement before buyiflg. Right building can be completed. father and mother expect to follow prices and prompt delivery. THE "WALTER YOUNG COAL CO iliem in 'a couple of month. L. C Mcfluire, of Kowau county, SEPT. 23 AND 24 Friday will run "CHOOSING A WIFE." This is without doubt one of the best pictures on the screen. Look into your mirror, girls; do you love u man younger than yhurself? Do you ever see your beau looking closely at )Toii wondering how old you are? Fix up; marriage was never more prevalent than at the present time. Young and old rush into this most perilous business with a'l the confidence in the world. It's time to call a halt; let's think it over., "Choosing a Wife" should be seen by young and old of both sexes. Friday, matinee 2:30, admission 10 and 20c, night 7:30, admission 20 and 30c. SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, will run Shorty Hamilton in Healtk Comfort Economy keep your LACY-COON- S Report of the Condition of CITIZENS BANK & CO. Safeguard the health of your family horns always warm-ancosy with POLE'C ORIGINAL doing business at the town of Sliaq sliurg, County of Bath, State of Ken tucky at the close of business (.u (itli day of September. 1921. RESOURCES I.'ians and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .,; ;ks. Binds and other Securities'" Due from Banks Cash on hand 'hecks and other cash items 'tanking Houe, Furniture and Fixatures . tlicr Asets not "included under any . of above heads; .. HOT BLAST HEATER Gives even steady heat day and night. Guaranteed to hold fire 36 hours, and will turn any fuel. Remember, this is the Original Hot Blast heater-guara- nteed your fuel. There are to save one-thimany imitations, but only one vJole S Original Hot Blast rd Mis-Ru- th $79,929.8:5 1,29(5.2.) ...., - l,.....:., ..,.. ... 12,000.00 ... 01.2S9.81 .... 5,031.8.-- ) ...... 7(.0(l 7.181.1S 19.11 $107,424.30 112 ' "The Pen Vulture" s' ' - ..Total.... LIABILITIES I'npital Stock, paid in, in a gripping story from the Canadian Northwest, full of action from beginninjr to end and the kind everybody likes. Matinee 2:30, admission 10 and 20c; night 7:30, admission 20 and 30c. You will not be disappointed in these two pictures. Next Tuesday, Sept. 27, will run the funniest picture you ever saw. This is Special and a pood one, Doujrls McLean and Doris May in "23 HOURS LEAVE." Don't miss it. Coilli tr today while out slock b ccmpefe. E. L. & A. T. BYRON the fyArcfSSTjjtittom TV -- cash i .... $1".U00.0'I 7,0(10.00 'uriliis Tmlivided Fund Profits, less expenses .iml twos paid - '$112,759.08 Deposits subject to check 'ashler's checks outstanding 00.00 $ )ue Banks and Trust Companies (";ipa:d Dividends 2,090.8.1 142,7.3n.(i8 5 ....Total.. :"y.w Report of the condition of the Bank of Bethel, doing business at the town of Bethel, county of Bath, State of Kentucky, at the close 18.1111 .. of business on Gth day of Sept., 1921. $1(57,424.:;'! RESOURCES BETPIEL BANK ... r Chapman Young visited his aunt STATE OF KENTUCKY Loans and Discounts 59.087.12 County of BATH Mrs. J. B. Goodpaster from ThursOverdraft, secured and unsecured 1.298.45 day till Wednesday. Chapman's home 14,338.00 We, O. M. Hut lift" and T. K. Adams-- . .Vice President and Cashier of the Stocks, Bonds and other securities food.. is in Los Angeles, California, where 9,923.78 aliove named Hank, do solemnly sweur that the almvc statement is true to Due from Banks R. C. BYROX. he holds a high position in the life Cash on hand 3,367.68 the liest of our knowledge and belief, j Checks and other cash items 34.75 SJ"ttnt Thompson dropned"Ttead insurance business, but has been (). M. ItATUFF. Vico-En.Banking House. Furniture find Fixtures 4,100.00 ""while Llaj-Stcrtjir staying for some time wj fodorndo : T. E. ADAMS. Cashier. Other Assets not included under any of Monday. Heart troub- - Springs, where his wife is in a hos biHiajpr-'Oabove heads SiiI'M-rihcpital for medical treatment. and sworn to before we this 17th day of September, Tft.t My CommioMon expires, February- - 13, JU21. Total 92,149.78 '' The surest way to a continuous J. C. VAXAKSDl5LL, Notary Public. You raty be paying for a De Laval LIABILITIES cash income ind certain profit is Separator- lrat not getting it by Capital Stock paid in, in cash 15,000.00 through the dairy cow and the use v. use a "cream-robberSCHOOL RALLY PROGRAM. Surplus Fund 9,000.00 BARN BURNED of a De Laval Separator. Easy Come m let ua convince you. "Easy Undivided Profits less expenses and Friday, September 23 The tobacco barn belonging to Ed Terms. taxes naid 1.105.35 Terms." band concert Henderson at the foot of the hill on Deposits subject to check 9:30 to 12:00 u.,in. J. R. BROTHER & CO. $54,442.43 J. R. BROTHER & CO. 12.535.00 on streets; 10:30 'to to 12:00 a. m. the Owingsville and Shurpsburg pike Time Deposits 00 There will be three, base ball Athletic-- events on Kobert Shield's was totally destroyed by fire early Certified checks V LOST: enroute from the Olympian games played during the School 1.50 66.978.93 checks outstanding lot, on West Main street; 1:00 to on Wednesday night of last week. The Cashiers 65.50 Springs to Paris by way of Mt. Ster- Rally this year. Due Banks and Trust Companies . . will 2:00 p. m. Parade of Parent-TeachThese games barn contained a good many impleling and Xorth Middletown, a steel be worth while. $10.00 worth" of S 92,149.78 Associations; 2:30 to 4:00 ments of value which were idso losr. Total nntomobile wheel, painted green, with base ball goods will be given to the p. in. Common School Commence- - M.r Henderson saved his buggy and 32 X 4 tire, inflated. Any informaSTATE OF KENTUCKY winner of the series. 2t ment at City School building; 3:00- farm wagon and harness. It is not Set. tion regarding soine, notify .Baseball game at Kimhrough's park; known how the fire originated. hTe COUNTY OF BATH Ky. HailghV J. R. AMMERMAX, Owingsville, Mary Frances, loss is probnblv,.flr00 covcre.iIJJj.v, 4:00 Band Concert qi the street. iWei.Jneoh'Bova and J. P. Ballincer. Vice President and Cashier of ' ter of Morton' Perry aud wife, dieV Saturday, .September 24. Jof $ll9.bd.' Vv the: above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above1 'state r; The Schoo Rally gleans two days Sunday night of membraneous crou) S:30!to 10:00 a. m'. Band Concert ment) is. true to the best of our knowedpre and belief of clean, wholesome, helpful enter- after a brief illness. Funeral ser JACOB BOYD. Vice President, on the streets; 10:00 Spelling conMr. Merchant:- - what about a few tainment for you and the children. vices were held JTonday J. P. BALLINGER, Cashier. nttr" tests at City School building; 10:00 decorations for the School KalU ir comes onlv once a year. Let's and burial at Allen gravevant. to before me this 14th day of September, Baseball game at Kimbrough's park; Should not Owingsville welcome her Subscribed and sworn lay aside our work, our worries, ou 11:00 to 12:00 Band Concert on the visitors, by some display of the spir- 1921. My commission expires April 7, 1923 f troubles and attend the School ANNOUNCEMENT LUTHER PIERATT, Notary Public. street; 1:00 to 2:30 p. m. Parade of it of celebration.? 2t 2t. ly both days. We ure pleased to announce 1922 t School' Children; 2:30 State Supprices effective now on the'celebratea Bath county people who attended The other day Knsscll Wright, a Financial aid from the Federal erintendent George Colvin speaks Recent Automobile Sales. De Laval Cream Separators. .Thes from the band stand; 2:30 Baseball Government, in marketing the 1021 Maysville boy who hail been killed I county court at Mt. Stcrliug report Shrout, Piper & Shrout have sold reductions place them to pre-wiiul buried in France, according to a large crowd in attendance and a game at Kimbrough's park; 3:30 to crop of tobacco through the Burle the following automobiles and trac- - (evcls. his great ileal of stock on the market, Grower- -' Marketing Association has "he army reports, surprised Band Concert on streets. 4:30 ' tors ince September 10th, 1921: J. R. BROTHER & CO. School exhibits on display, in the been definitely assured. friends in that city bv returning especially a large number of younjj Cornelius Roberts, Touring car, there very much alive and in good cattle, of which sales were brisk at Court House (upstairs). Open FriS. J. Ratlin", Delivery Track; O. W. Jas. Donaldson, of Peeled Oak, day morning Sales of Xorth Carolina' tobacco .icalth. Said he was very glad to 4c to tie per pound. Among the buy-ei- o at 10 :30 o'clock. Cos.e Fratman, Perryville, Coupe; W. C. who has been very low with kiilne.v were many Bath county fanncr-an- d Friday ut 4:00 p. ni. Open nil dav are reported 20 to 25 per cent, highei-thu.i- i learn the rcpnt was all wrong. Ginter, Touring ear; Denton Alfrey, trouble, hns been taken to the (lunette. last year. dealers. I'letningsburg Snturi'av. "curing Car; H. C. Gregory, Tourinr hospital at Mt. Sterling To tir; Grant Xorth, Sedan;"" Peter treatment. If he improves sufficientJAIL DELIVERY Hart, Touring car; O. S. Smoot, Ca- - ly he will go to n hospital for a sui Three boys, John Pergrem 18, Geo. Jisle, Runabout; Ed Thompson, Seical operation. MeQuithy 15, nnd Kobert Thompson, dan; Jack Thomas, Overland, second nil of Salt Lick, confined in jail here, band; Earl Thompson, Touring cart W. A. Jones und family, Gnrnk Pergrem on charge of assaulting J. B. Hampton, Fordsou ractor. Jones and three of Allitf Jones' cliil Lis brother-in-laCornwall, dren came near losing their lives-and MeQuithy and Thompson charg- HOUSE FOR SALE week from drinking sweet milk. ' with breaking into and robbing a 111 proI want to sell my home and lo Drs. Evans nnd Clnypool were calle-- i store at Salt Lick of a considerable where I live f,or $5,000 cash pr pay and some of the milk was sent off quantity of goods, on made their escape ments, will take as little as $1,000 for analysis. They all got sick about Monday night by cutting an iron bar cash, balance, if suits purchaser the same time Saturduy morning. in two and prizing the bolt lock back belter, $1,000 each year until paid It is thought the milk was poisoned with a stove poker. They have not Double cane seat chairs $ 6.00 a set May 1, 1920 price $10.00 a set lcaring 6 per cent, interest. Can from the bucket. They are all been heard of since their escape. ch May 1. 1020 price is. 001 each post iron beds 10.00 each except Garnie who is in a segive posession October 1, 1921, oi nd May 1. 1920 price 14.00 each cotton mattress 7.50 each anytime to suit purchaser, if agree-- rious condition. Cogswell Cor. to The Owingsville colored team deMay 1. 1920 price 17.50 each Glass door double safe 12.00 each to. Reason for selling, want 'to build Ktwan county New.' feated the fast team of Washington, Hoozier kitchen cabinet 40.00 each May 1, 1920 price 55.oo each in town. Thu on vacant lot closer The proposition to vote bonds for Mason county, assisted by some of cistemx, place has two never-failin- g a High School at Bethel voted on the best Maysville players, at this And all other goods reduced accordingly eighty six feet stone veranda, bath ' place Sunday. "aturday, Sept. 17, was defeated. room and furnace, two dining rooms and plenty of. rooms in first class re Sixteen applicants for teachers' Davis Sorrel!, who has been coiiv i pair. Uood iron lence. fined with typhoid fever for six or certificates took the examination T. S. SHROUT. eight weeks, is able to be out again ' Friday- - and Saturdoy. T have just received a fresh thip-irieof Pratt' poultry nnd stocR r COAL COAL - M y. 4 uv-O- Tr ". Get our cash prices on coal before buying. T. F. ALLEN & SON EXCHANGE BANK Report of the condition of the Exchange Bank, doing business at the town of Sharpsburg, county of Bath. State of Kentucky, the close of business 6th day of Sept., 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured' and Unsecured . .". . v Stocks, Bonds and other securities '. Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Other real estate Other Assets not included under any of above heads ! J at, . . W'" .: . ?103. 480.21 w 591.12 10,100.00 6,837.93 000 "", 4,000.00 000 sj en ar Marj-Chile- s ANOTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES f ' LIABILITIES Capital btock, paid in, m cash ' Surplus Fund undivided rronts less exnenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check $112,996.14 Demand Certificates of Deposit 000 Time Deposits 000 Certified checks 000 Cashier's checks outstanding 000 Due Banks and Trust Companies Notes and Bills Rediscounted Unpaid Dividends " ' Reserve for taxes Bills Payable Other Liabilities not included under any '. of above heads 20.000.00 . t A 11,000.00; 1,578.32 ' - ' 11S.996.14 1,987.64 000 000 895.83 000 , , 000 keeping with our other lines, namely, Ford cars and ducts, we will make another reduction in prices all Furniture, Buggies and Harness now on hand. 45-pou- STATE OF KENTUCKY Total 'V18.4S7.93 1 Set. COUNTY OF BATH We, F. S. Allen and S. C. Allen, President andVashier of theT above named Bank, do solemnly swear that above statement is ) : 2. true to the best of our knowledge and belief. . i F. S. ALIEN, S. C. ALLEN. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of Stpt., 1921 My commission expires Junuary 12, 1922. W. S. LINDSAY, Notary Public. ;; , - 1 SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUT Sentinel-DemocrThe looking backward 4(1 years: Samuel Uamey, who shot aud killed John Smith in Bath county, was taken from the jail in Owingsville by a mob ami hung near town, September 14. at W. T. KiUMtruk, 31) yewr ef and irtHiiinent business iuim, ouv ted .suicide by skotuigxHHif home in Mt. Sterling. Ill heV assigned as the reason for ti . cide. ATTEND BOTH DAYS GISCHOOL RALLY SEPT. 23 AND 24. A BIG PARADE EACH DAYy SEE, PROGRAM ...tea By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. ERE are two names that 7 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. DISMISSAL Medical ALLOWS CHARGE AdvistV of United States Veterans Bureau Is Let Out. AMONG NEW SILHOUETTES THE BOX COAT IS FAVORED SundaySchool T (By REV. THIS YOUNG Washington. Tho "summary dismissal" of Dr. Haven Emerson, medical adviser of the United States veterans bureau, who was quoted as having said in a speech at Columbus, O., that tho bureau was "being made tho " football of Acting Director Leon was announced here. B. Forbes, director of the buCol. reau, who Is on an Inspection trip to tho Pacific coast, declarod. In a statement sent to the bureau for publication, that Dr. Emerson's charge that (500,000 was being used for political patronago "is unqualifiedly false." "I expected somo such silly statement from n disgruntled employe whoso services have proved unsatisfactory," the statement said. "Tho facts are that I found tho medical division, under his direction. In a chaotic condition little short of a public scandal. Ho had 65,000 cases awaiting acton and was losing ground every day, whllo sick and destitute men clamored for aid. Dr. Emerson, though of high professional medical o capacity, demonstrated such a absence of executive ability or administrative common sense I was forced to place a medical executive officer, Lieut. Col. R. U. Patterson, in chargo of the division and to Indicate to Dr. Emerson that his services were no longer desired." Fra-ser.com-plct- i Lesson REVIEW. T MOTHER Tells Childless Women What Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Did for Her m P. B. FITZWATER, D. Teacher of English Bible In the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) 1J21. Western Newspaper Union.) (. LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 25 GOLDEN TEXT As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially them who are ot the household of falth.-C- al. 6:1-1- 0. 6:1-1- REFERENCE MATERIAL Gal. PRIMARY TOPIC Stories of PauL JUNIOR TOPIC Serving Jesus. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Living for Jesus. YOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Sacrificing for Jesus. Two methods mny profitably be employed In the review of the lessons of the Quarter. First, a biographical sketch of the Apostle Paul, such as his birth, home training, education, conversation, teaching and missionary work. Second, the lending teachings of the lessons, which may be made prominent by summarizing the facts of each, lesson and stating the most .vltnl teaching thereof. The first method can be used In reviewing the lessons In all departments and grades, and can be easily adapted by any teacher. The second method will be prefprred by many In the senior and adnlt classes. The following is given by way of suggestion : Lessen 1. Paul was born at Tarsus, of Hebrew parentage. Being brought up In n pious home, he was thoroughly Imbued with the spirit of 'devotion to the Scriptures. He was educated at Jerusalem under the tutorship of Gamaliel. The chief text book "was the Bible. In addition to his religious training he' was taught a trade which came In very useful later, enabling him to support himself while preaching the gospel. Lesson 2. In Paul's training as a Pharisee, he was taught to love his own nation, to love God's law, and to be zealous toward God, that Is. to have a passion for God and His work. man. He was a very conscientious Conscience Is the law of life for every man. but it needs to be regulated by God's word. Lesson 3. Paul's burning hatred of Jesus Incited him to endeavor to stnmp out the Nnzarene heresy. While on the way to Damascus, with authority to arrest and imprison the believers, men and women, he was stricken with blindness and fell to the earth, and Jesus spoke to him from heaven, saying, "Why persecutest thou mej" In response to the heavenly Instruction he went to Damascus where Ananias baptized him, and he received his sight and was filled with the Holy MilIston,Wis. want to give yon word of praise for your wonderful n e va meaicme. very fond of children and for a considerable time after we married I feared I would not have any owing to my weax conuiuoo. i Degau "I taking Lydia E. VegePink ham's table Compound and now I have a nice eirL I can honestly gay that I did not suffer much more when my baby was born than, I used to suffer with my periods before I took Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound years ago. I give all the credit to your medicine and snail always recomMrs. H. H mend it very highly." Janssen, Millston, Wisconsin. How can women who are weak and sickly expect or hope to become mothers of healthy children? Their first duty is to themselves. They should overcome the derangement or debility that is dragging them down, and strengthen the entire system, as did Mrs. Janssen, by taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and then they will M in a position to give their children the blessing of a good constitution. strong healthy baby r HEALTH WORK IS SOCIAL WORK So Declares Official at Meeting Ohio Health Commissioners. of brother. Professor Draper. Moreover, whenever photographers meet to discuss their art, the story of the first photographic portrait is opt to be retold. At the recent convention of the American Chemical society at Rochester, X. Y., Prof. Francis Owen Rice of Xetr York university retold the story and exhibited the copy of the photograph reproduced here- came to America In 1831. He graduwith, ated In medicine In 1S30 from the Interesting In this connection are University of Pennsylvania. He took the other photographs reproduced. the chair of chemistry and natural hisEach gives a glimpse at the progress tory in the University of New York been made In th 82 years frhnt has Drapers achieved tmraortall-Th- e In 1839. In 1841 he became professor "'""ibe of chemistry in the medical departphotograph of Theodore ment of the university. m,.T uwrljw . -- So, yon see, in 1S39, when Daguerre aei ' i navy, which shows htm In the act of made his announcement of the first photograph, Morse nnd Draper were which the veriest amateur of the pres-- I colleagues In New York university. ent day can take. The baseball scene Morse was interested In photography the dirt thrown up through his portrait painting and In j Is a j by the man sliding in Is suspended chemistry through his telegraph on In the air, so fast did the shutter whloli he was working. Draper was of the White Interested In photography through his work. The bird's-eye- " House was taken from an airplane, chemical Investigations. yet the picture. Is as clear as If the What more natural, then, that Morse camera had been on a tripod on top should hasten to 'write .Draper of Daguerre's success In taking a photoof the Washington monument ), graph In a camera? Moreover, Morse Louis Jaques Maude Daguerre born In Normandy, Is the pioneer gave a full account of Daguerre's He and Daguerre were of the process of photography; his process. tfine U Immortalized In the word friends, the Frenchman having travnavnerreotypyr He worked for many eled In America, exhibiting "dissolving years, to fir the pictures seen In the views," Draper1 studied Morse's account He camera obscura. Photography, as everyone fenows. Is the art of preparing outckly saw changes, that could be permanent representations of objects made In the process to shorten the by means of the light they emit or exposure of minutes to seconds. These, transmit Wedge wood and Davy are If successful, would enable him to credited with the first step. They make a photograph of a living subObtained prints of fsms and lace by ject So Draper Immediately constructed placing them on paper or leather treated with sliver nitrate and exposing a camera made out of a cigar box nnd two spectacle lenses. Preliminary exthem to the light Daguerre made the first photograph periments gave promise of success. produced In a camera. It was a Then he asked his sister to sit for positive; the Image was very him. She dressed up for the occasion friable and no copies could be made. In the costume fashionable among New Soon York belles of the day and climbed Still It was a photograph. " Nperre reached the point where he with her brother to the roof of the announcement that he could take university building where the sun was gtograph of an inanimate object shining In full summer glare. Draper first covered his sister's face jimera requiring an exposure of tximateiy half on hour. with a thick coating of white. Then V. was in 1839. At the time he put her down In a chair and " J?rre announced his discovery damped her head In an Irpn brace to 9 OnMnAl tHnUit T) If prevent her moving. Doubtless there C.WB72) was In Europe. Tes; this nre "galleries" wen yet in remote Is theilarse who Invented the tele- country districts where the clamp Is graph, but he was more thap an In- - considered a necessary part of the ap Individual achievement. And these encyclopedias will contain articles on photography. And no article on photography Is complete without mention 'of these two names. For the first photograph of the human face was that of the fair features of illss Draper.' And the man who made the photograph was her are sore of Immortality: Catherine Dorothy Drai-e- r and John William Draper. For there will always be encyclopedias In which Is the record of human progress and ventor. Mass ne was born In Charlestown, and was graduated from Tale In 1810. He studied painting under Washington Allston and Denjamln West. He became one bf the best of our early portrait painters nnd a credit to Ills mnstprs. Ho wna tho first president of the National Academy of Liesign. The University of the City of New York made him professor of the history of art In ISSo. It was while returning from Europe In 1832 that he conceived the Idea of the telegraph, but It was not until 1844 that his efforts were successful and he was able to send over the wire the message. "What hath God wrought John WlUIam Draper (181MSS2) was bom near Liverpool, England, and r - speed-pictur- (1783-IS51- dell-.ca- te s paratus of a gallery. Professor Draper made an exposure of only thirty seconds. Then he closed the camera nnd hurried to the dark room to develop the plate. As n matter of fact, all he really hoped o get was proof that an "Instantaneous exposure" was feasible. But It was an excellent likeness. In fact It was so excellent that most of the people to whom It was shown were entirely skeptical and did not hesitate to nccuse the photographer of using the pencil of the nrtlst to supply the deficiencies of the camera. However, Professor Draper obligingly repeated the experiment many times with unvarying success. Moreover he wrote several articles for the magazines of the day, giving full details. Finally the doubters were convinced. Not only were the doubters convinced but they demanded photographs of themselves and their wives and their sweethearts. Soon there was such n demand for daguerreotypes that Draper and Morse opened a phoTills was certainly tograph gallery. the first In America and probably the first In the world. With Professor Morse In Europe Id 1839 was Matthew B. Brady He was a precocious boy of fifteen, an employee of A. T. Stewart, New York's "merchant prince." When Professor Draper produced his "Instantaneous photograph" Brady saw hli opportunity. He quickly established s gallery on Broadway. He was successful from the start. In 1851 he took a prize at the London world's fair. When the Civil war broke out he was "Brady, the Photographer," fame und galleries In with world-widNew York and Washington. When the Civil war broke out Brady started out with a horse and buggy and a camera' to photograph It He was In the thick of the first battle of Bull Run. That night he blundered into the New York fire department zouaves. He was on foot, but he still had" his negatives. The zouaves gave him a sword, which he strapped on outside of his linen duster and so made his way to Washington. In making his wonderful collection of Civil war pictures, he spent the fortune ho had made ns a photographer. In Washfirst-clas(1824-1S90). e woman secus distinction In missioners at their moeting here. EVERY and Is especially pleased Sickness produces poverty, he exwhen she discovers a suit that plained, and poverty. In turn, produces moro sickness, thereby creating a may Justly lay claim' to It, for suits must possess considerable stability In vicious circle. style. Eight counties now have sanitary longer They nre worn oftener nnd than other kinds of apparel, engineers, said E. G. Bradbury, Frank- and much Is demanded of them. They lin engineer. He said suburban sew- are required to Vary accepted modes ers have been a source- of typhoid by Ingenious differences, without go fever. lng to nny extremes; they must be F. H. Waring, assistant engineer In conservative In order to be refined, the stato health department, warned they must be spirited enough to escape Against contamination of water in the being commonplace, nnd In most cases process of collecting In for analysis by a youthful flavor Is demanded of them. the- state department. Seventy-twThe task of choosing one thnt ylll fulper cent of Ohio's public water Is fill all these obligations promises to be taken from rivers and lakes and must easier than It has been, for fall suits be purified, he said. nre shown In greater variety than for Ninety-threper cent of the 4.250,-00- 0 some seasons. persons living in Ohio municipaliThe launching of several distinctly ties are furnished with public water different silhouettes nnd their acceptsupplies, according to Waring. ance gives one a choice In coats that However, Waring pointed out, there vary In outline. In length they are 408 villages, 51 of them with pop- rangemuch woy from finger tip to all ulations of over 1,000, which have no those that the reach almost to the bottom public water supplies. These, he said, of the skirt. One may choose a model should bo put In position to receive with n slim, g body nnd tested water and thns much sickness, long waist, having n milled skirt' set would be prevented. on. Or the choice may fall upon the Russian blouse or the box coat and PAYTRIBUTE TO FALLEN HEROES o e close-fittin- Columbus. O. Health work is social work and vice versa, Fred C. Croxton, director of the Columbus council of social agencies, told Ohio health com- KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known War Mothers Honor Sons Who Fell Battle Overseas. Cleveland. In In PAPER AIDS THE HOSTESS IN MANY CHARMING WAYS "We are met here today this 'hour of rememkrance' as fathers, mothers, friends and loyal Americans to bow our heads in reverent devotion," and pay a, fitting' patriotic homage to our sons who gave their lives In the cause of liberty, "We who are left behind must here dedicate ourselves anew In that cause, and carry the banner of freedom forward until at last all mankind is blessed to the Jull measure in the sacrifice they so nobly made." Thus. Mrs. Margaret M. Norris, gold star mother, 1415 W. 112th street, paid tribute to the memory ot.fallen heroes, when the sunset hour of remembrance was observed In Wade park recently. The ceremonial was part of the fourth annual national convention of the Service Star Legion. A pageant directed by Harper Garcia Smyth had an Impressive setting on the steps of the Museum of Art where an altar of gold and white was erected for a background. Children from Hough school sang patriotic 1 jn ington, owned by Levin Corbln Handy, a nephew, Is a collection of 10,000 Brady negatives. Nearly every one is the portrait of a celebrity. Edward VII Is there.. So are Andrew Jackson nnd Edgar Allen Poe and Sam Houston and Santa Anna and J. J. Audubon. The Index reads like a catalogue of the world's greatest of tho Nineteenth cen- tury. A Brady, the world's most famous photographer, died In the Presbyterian hospital. New York, a poor man. excessive light, so that this organ Is rendered Incapable of appreciating the weaker stimulating action of twilight or moonlight And This Is Gloryl Little Willie, sitting opposite to an old pensioner, whose breast bore many, medals, gazed at him and the medals long nnd earnestly, nnd nt length said to his mother: "Mother, why does thnt man wear his money on his coat? Won't they let him have pockets?" London Mirror. NIGHT BLINDNESS. night-blindne- r- - cause great alarm, but the next morn-- . lng the victim of thecondltlon finds Nojjls delight that hlsIght Is restored. Va Is repeated every nlght but at t the eyesjecorae so .weak during e day auy, mat me vicum may oe- - Is condition In which a person towards evening finds that objects are becoming lss and less distinct aLd at last he Is totally blind. This may oc-cnr without previous warning and a rare What Is known as come partially or totally blind. This strange affliction may be epidemic. It has attacked bodies of troops exposed to great .fatigue and the glare of the sun's rays. It Is seldom met with In temperate climates, except among sailors Just returned from tropical regions. It Is frequent among the natives of some parts of India, who nttrlbute It as our own sailors do, to sleeping exposed to the moonbeams. The most probable cause of the affection Is, however, exhaustion of the power of the or from retina from ROME'S NAVAL THEATER. PHOTOGRAPHS could only porsongs. tray color and light one might gathA processional of little girls, dressed er something of the beauty of the in yellow, laid stars fashioned of goldenrod on the altar. Logan's con- many household decorations thnt are cert band played sofUy throughout the mnde of paper. There Is an nmazing number of things with which the counsymbolic pantomlno. tenance of a room may be so changed that It Is transformed. And there nre TRIAL DIVORCE ENTERS ARENA many small permanent furnishings that are made at home of paper, possessing as much beauty and more InNew Scheme Gets Tryout by Couple dividual charm than those same things Married Thirty Years. as found In the shops. Iimps and s and candle-shade- s, lampshades, Paris. Following "trial engagewall panels, portieres, vases, ments." "trial marriages," enter "trial baskets and small lanterns or electric divorce." light shndes are among them. To r nnd the hostess According to revelations Just made these the to his friends, Walter Hutchlns, the add many pretty ornaments, ns occatire magnate, has left Paris, where he sion calls for them, that have their has lived for the last thirty years, for brief and benutlftil day and are reLondon. He Is under an agreement placed by something new. with his wife to stay away for one In the picture above decorations year. If the "separation proves a fail- for a tnble are shown, together with ure" they will be reunited. n shnde for electric lights. The rose The cause of the agreemeni to dis- Is the Inspiration for tlds pretty agree Is the reported refusal of Mrs. scheme, nnd crepe paper In the AmerHutchlns to pardon her daughter, tko ican beauty nnd lighter shades serve Countess Lastazzl, who ran away In to carry It out order to become a classic 'dancer at As a centerpiece for the table, a the Folies Bergere. wire standard fastened to a cardDuring her husband's absence. Mrs. board base supports a cardboard box. Hutchlns announces, she will turn her This Is round nnd has a cover. The mansion in the aristocratic Etolle base, standard, box and lid are covquarter into a home for ered with green paper, the lid only on Idle millionairesses." The first guest the Inner side. Big rose petals nre will be Mrs. David Joyce, former wifp pasted about the Insidis edge of the of J. Stanley Joyce's brother. IF cnndle-holder- home-make- skirts may rantcn tne coats or they may not. Sometimes they nre in checks or stripes, while the coat Is plain. There Is enough variety In style to Insure becomlngness, but nearly all of them have appropriated the flaring sleeve and look to fur and embroidery or fur nnd braid for their embellishment. Two very hnndsome suits In the, box-costyle are shown here, and they reveal that even the straight coat may he greatly varied. The suit at the right Is a youthful model with the coat considerably shortened nt the back and generously embroidered. It has a band of fur nt the bottom and about the sleeves and Is provided with one of the smart high collars of fur which add the season's own touch to every model. The suit at the left Is a dignified affair, also employing fur and embroidery, and also cut on straight lines. It opens at the front In a curved line that Is odd, and fastens with round buttons. There are many Spirit Lesson 4. Paul straightway preached points of difference between It and Its companion nnd It Is these small dif- Christ In the synagogue. Like everyferenced thnt give character to suits one who is really converted he began to tell ot the newly found Saviour. and make the mode Interesting. After a lengthy sojourn In Arabia he visited Jerusalem where he was befriended by Bamabas when suspected by the disciples. Lesson 5. When the religious awakening at Antioch had come to the attention of the Jerusalem church, Barnabas was sent to Inspect It nnd seeing help wns needed he brought Panl from Tarsus to be his helper. How Important that there are men like Barnabas to bring forth from obscurity the men who are best qualified to do the Lord's work. Lesson 6. After teaching n year at Antioch. the Spirit moved the church to send forth Barnabas and' Paul to evangelize the heathen. The church sent her best men. Lesson 7. As Paul and Barnabas were preaching at Iconlum, an attempt wns made to worship them as gods. Their efforts were frustrated by the tact of Taul. Soon after this Paul was stoned, showing that satanlc worship can soon be turned Into satanlc hate. Lesson p. Paul's preaching the grace of God to the heathen brought on a controversy In thw church at Antioch. The question In dispute was: "Shall Gentiles be required to keep the " Mosaic law as a condition of The decision was In favor of hox and the upper side of the lid. AlPaul, and so Paul and Barnabas were together they form a huge, rose, as pictured. free to begin their second missionary Small half-opehud; and asparagus ferns are twined Journey. nbout the standard. Single roses on Lesson 9. The Spirit forbade Paul wire stnndard make pretty holders for to tarry longer In tlvj provinces of almonds nnd candles, and place cards Asia preaching the Gospel, and by a are still smaller rosebuds with rose vision of a man from Macedonia pleadleaves and the nnme on white carding for help, he was called Into Euboard fastened to the standard. rope. There are many little surprises In Lesson 10. The casting out of a favors that may be concealed In the demon from n young woman resulted centerpiece. The globe for lamp or In landing Paul and Silas In Jail. They electric light has a wire frame for were miraculously delivered and the Its foundation, covered first with tis Jailer was converted. sue paper or crepe paper. Little rose Lesson 11. Being driven out from petals are pasted all over this, and Thessalonlcn and Bcrea, Paul went to streamers of paper having petals at Athens where he preached the gospel their ends fall from the top of It on Mars' Hill. The result of his preach These are only suggestions for a rose ing here was that some mocked, some luncheon there nre many ways for procrastinated, and some believed. making the light shades and using the Lesson 12. Pnul In this lesson sets rose petals. forth the graud principles which should govern the believer's life, the sura and substance of which Is: "Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the dTTOCHT IT WQTtlH NtWtnt UMOR glory of God." at salva-tloti?n n "that good land (7n ii and you, will know why Life as I See It Jfore laws, eh? We've got more laws now than we can break. Louisville Courler-Journat as A Feeling of Security Yoa naturally fetl secure when you that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful on habit Tirodneiss dnui. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swiap-Roo- t, kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-RooIt is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is takes, in know t. . teaspoonful doses. and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. It u not recommended for everythinj. It is nature's great helper in relieving If you need a medicine, you should best On sale at all ding stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, If you wish first to try this have the Kilmer & Co.. Bmzhamton. X. Y far umpie bottle. vhen wntinebeaora aara nention(bis paper.- - AevtsfsJsQeAt I There never has been enough sJtilre to season the vast ocean of sentimentality. , fa greatly relieved by constitutional treat-me- nt. HALL'S CATARRH MEDIC1NB Is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Dearnesa la caused by an Inflamed condition ot the mucous Unlnc of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling; sound or Imperfect hearing;, and when It la entirely closed Deafness Is the result. Unless the In- CATARRHAL DEAFNESS may be destroyed forever. HALL'S CATARRH MED tCTSe acta through tha blood on the mucous surfaces of the system, thus reducing the inflammation and asatsUngr Nature In restoring normal conditions. Circulars free. AH Druggists. P. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo. Ohio. vertisement. Ad- flammation can be rMuced, your hearing Even a baby draws the line at being kissed bran old bachelor. TASK Why IS. BEYOND SCIENTISTS Jt la Improbable That Mankind Will Ever Be Able to See a Molecule. S Shall we ever be able to get a microscope so powerful that It will show us a molecule? Science believes not.' enables us While the to detect an object s small as a part of art Inch In diameter of a that Is, the square Inch a molecule ot hydrogen of this. is only The principle of the Is simply that. Instead of directing a powerful beam of light Into the microscope through the liquid to be examined. It Is sent horizontally Into the liquid at right angles to the line of vision from the side. Then, If the liquid Is optically empty If It has no floating particles there Is nothing to reflect the light, and the field of vision s -- - - , PIchegru led Vench soldiers Into Amsterdam Jwlnter. and was met. by the Ylve la " shouting. A the Dutch fleet In the Xth&t Utile '..?!ee the harbor of Amsterdam ni surrounded it with his " nd forced It to surrender. witnessed the unique spec- er'of a fleet of warships rto a land force, . id In 1793-170- 5; Repub-'-nncaJser Ice-bou- Fleet Captured by Cavalry. ittte war between France and almost to exceed belief. Within the places set apart for them whole fleets What In Rome were known as wont through their evolutions. In the were theaters in which repre- sea fights on Lake Fucinus, given by sentation of naval engagements were Claudius, there are said to have been given. These theaters were built espe- no fewer than 10,000 combatants. cially for this purpose, and such exhi- Julius Caesar appears to have first bitions were originally instituted for given a naumachia on an extensive the purpose of Inculcating naval disci- scale; his exnmple was followed by pline; but. In process of time, only many of his successors on the Imperial malefactors or captives whose lives throne; and at last they were frehad been forfeited acted in them. quently exhibited at the expense of They appear to have been conducted private individuals, as a means of Inon a scale of such magnificence as creasing their popularity. er, by the tlmo they arrived was missing enly to return the doc after the dog catchers had left." "One dollar fine." said the court As Lear walked over to the clerk pay his fine he remarked: "This to Is 1 th0UBht 1 to get UJe - Divorce Easy In Malay. Cleveland. Divorce In the Malay peninsula is a very trifling matter, according to Carveth Wells, engineer. explorer and lecturer, who spoke to members of the Engineering Society and their guests at the first meeting held by the society In its new quar ters In Hotel Wlnton. "When a native Malayan wishes to divorce," said Mr. AVells, "he says to his wife, 'I divorce thee, I divorce thee, I divorce thee.' "He has to say it three times to make it legal." Scantiness. "I haven't' anything to wear," com plnlned Mrs. Woman. "What you say." renllmi xr- - ... "isn't accurate ns yet. But If' keep getting lower ot top ana ui mi: uuuom us very liable tn come true." ' Veils. A Prayer. If your veil Is crushed, wind It May I never wound the heart of any around a stick, n broom handle, for faltering child of Thine. Make me to Instance, nnd lay It across a sauce unremembered nets that pan of boiling water. Let It remain do the little without Intending It. quietly help remove, and when quite an hour, then Grant me to bear about the uncondry unwind It from the stick. AH scious radiance of a life that knows creases will huve disappeared. no grudge, but loves all men because they nre children of my t'other, who loved them enough to send His Son Patou shows n dress of white georgette White Is Popular. Amen. Hev .Samuel White Is featured for both day and combined with foulard print design or to Fave thei. McComb, D. D. evening. There nre accordion plaited Mack and white in chiffon clre. dresses of white georgette; resort The Hope of His People. To Cleanse Marble. costumes of white flannel or wool The sun and the moon shnll he A slice of lemon, dipped in salt and crepe de chine and even evening stars shall withgowns of white chiffon robes covered rubbed on marble und washed off after darkened, nnd the The Lord also bugles. Besides all nn hour's standing, will cleanse It draw their shining. with white silver shall roar out or ZIon, and utter his white dresses, there are combinations beautifully. vclce from Jerusalem ; and the, heavens of white with color worth comment, r.nd the earth shall shake: but the Marking Napkins. uotahly a cout dress with underslip of Everyday nnpfcins should he marked Lord will be the hope of His people. white crepe de chine, nnd cout of navy Joel 3:1? and 10. crepe. The slip has n high collar and with small Initials For Informal tfvenlns wear In one corner. Jabot. appears quite dark. If, on the other hand, tiny particles are present In the liquid, the light Is reflected, and the minute points of light stand out against the dark background, making the particles visible. MAN'S BEST AGE your vital drgans healthy with A man is as old as his organs; he can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles since 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three sizes. Look for & MUZZLES wire ones, too?" asked the magistrate. "Yes, your honor. I have tried all kinds," replied Lear. Him Away, Either "Have you tried one made of rein-Mmci dick ne t ens forced concrete?" queried the magis.Yi court. trate. "If he ate his way. through the ...I Geuie Lear of Brook- - concrete he would probably be too In the" Fifth Avenue court tlret to tackle the steel." summons for allowing his Magistrate Gelsmar told Lear he m tne street unmuzzled. would have to keep the dog muzzled as soon as I put a muzzle or get rid of- It "Judge, I have tried that too. Sev-erY eats It up," said the de- times I've tied him an nnd sent .mean tojsay he eats the or the S.P.C.A'but somehow or oth- - ' . IW 1 Hfc b's te - al Belting used on machinery la the Russian petroleum fields is nsde of camel's hair, which Is said to resist greases better than rubber, cotton or h "Knther a "Eh?" I All Fixed. low-c- "Never mind." , dress." .. "She has a birr tun tn fat kv.t. Louisville Courier-Journal. Original Curtain Idaa. One woman wanted to stencil some scrim curtains to match as nearly as possible the design on the wall paper, but was unable to procure n stencil design ot similar putterus. Having a roll of the wall paper left khe cut a piece into strips the width of the design on the paper, and laying the strips of paper upside down on the edge of the curtain material passed a hot Iron over them. The result was a pretty pair of( curtalus to match the paper. Care must be taken, however. when one does the work to have everything dry. Two-Tone- d There aro very attractive veils, consisting of a central portion of one shade, with a border of either darker or lighter color. two-tone- d Veils. Sashes Are Used. frocks almost ankle length, draped often over contrasting color of chiffon or softest of silks are brilliantly sashed. Lace Manufacturing Billiard Balls. Quite large elephant tusks are a requisite In the making of billiard balls. They nre first cut Into the required length, forming blocks from which the balls nre to be cared. These blocks are placed In the hunds of expert tracers who mark the standard, measurements of circumference, after which the block goes to the differ and Is gradually cut by machine Into sphrical form. The process of polishing Is done after six months, during which period the balls are kep In special dark dryug chamber. f ud accept urn Cold Medal on imitation u mry box Ladies Let Cuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Young S.p 25c, Oinriint 25 ud 53c. Tilcsa 25c omiSSBSBSSSB , -- -- u -- .ft OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE, KY. . ' ! J TTaati linnpr in Mia posed to the light It ilnt-- If pt. quickly will granulate. ) , . A whlskbreom Is very handy for denning woodwork and removing dirt r T from corners. If your oilcloth Is dingy It can be brightened by washing It with water In which a little borax has been dissolved. mm 5 TERM7m THE The If grease Is dropped on the kitchen floor put soda on it. then pour boll lng water on, and the spot will come out easily. handy article about the kltcher spoon such as It la a used at the soda fountain for ice A lons-handle- d Silver Wal-dron- OF ss m js S 'm we ilrew n I nt tin hotel She walteil wlille 1 settled with the chauffeur, nnd we crossed the wide pavement together. "It may ie l;st for you not to cone In ; one never known." not n final parting, i liopa?" "This "l'erlmps so, perhaps not. You do not wholly trust me. Soipe day I mean you Muill. I felt her hand in mine, just for n moment; then I lie doors opened and closed, leaving me ulone. mi more tint Gooil-nlKlit.- " In. th4 Limelight Uncle Sam and Disarmament setts, ltepubllcan leaOer of the senate, has been appointed by President Har-din- g a delegate to the coming disarmament conference In Washington. In the senate. In nuswer to Senator Harrison of Mississippi, ho outlined some of the principles which will guide him Henry Cabot WRIGLFYS Ixlge of Massachu- cream sodas. The kitchen floor Is best covered with linoleum, cemented to the floor to prevent It from buckling and to make It waterproof. Jdea to dye them some darker colo suitable for play clothes. Snap dress shields Instead of In. Tlace a snap on end of the shield and one In middle. It keeps thcra where belong. If children' light or white suits faded cr it rented It Is a rood he-co- Ins them sew earl; tht they PALMER'S LOTION A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY FOR BURNS. BITES, CUTS. 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Ohio Buy That Used Motor Truck From Us The Proof of Murder The Back Room of Costlgan'a AUTHOR Or I watched her through the glass ir THE STRANGE, CASE of CAVENDISH doors until she vanished anions the crowd in the lobby. I could not per mit her to go nwtiy like thN; to get beyond my sight and knowledge yet GHT. EY RANDALL PARRI3H hesitated too long, until she hud down like n loe, his body half project- merged Into the swirling crowd nnd CHAPTER IX Continued. ing Ihruuirli rho curtains, while I wns lost. 14 It was Indeed a strange feeling of Say, where the h 1 have youheen? wheeled about barely In time to meet What Is this, n doulile-cros- , the mad hull rush of Waldron. The loneliness which swept over me in felt Itu.sslnn could not hnve been firmed, that moment. Never before had "What you mean?" ejaculated the for he came nt me with bare hands, such deptli of Interest In n woman, or such regret at parting. other. "Ily Gott! It Is rather you I his grip like that of a bear. For an experienced should nsk why you not tell me the Instant he had me throttled, scarcely With no apparent effort, seemingly ut ithlc to breathe, my hnuds pinned help- terly indifferent, .she had nevertheless truth?" Tell you! What the devil hae I lessly in the grasp of his arms. Hut become intwined with my life, her got to tell you? Don't get funny with brute strength was nil he possessed, presence n necessity for my happiness. me. You sent me a note this morning, brute strength nnd ferocity. The bot- The soft pressure of her body, the tle wns crushed out of my lingers, yet touch of her hand, was Intoxication; didn't yon?" 1 wriggled partially free, nnd got one the glance of her eyes sent the warm 'Sure I did." 'Well, then, why didn't you meet linnd twisted into Ills whiskers, Jerk- blood pulsing through my veins. She me? I) n It, I've heen hunting you all ing his head back, nnd until had become to me an inspiration, a day long. What's the Idea? Come, the strained neck threatened to crock, memory to dream over, a hope no lilurt It out, before I wring your d n nnd he had to release his grip to longer to be reslsta-d-. protect himself. It was nil over In a Jew neck." This wns strange, so strange as to 1 Waldron spread his hands, and lifted minute, but hot while It lasted; I be beyond umlerMnndlng. argued his shoulders In an expression more know we struck ngnlnst the girl, it with myself, but to no result. The eloquent than words. throwing her to her knees; I know the fact would not be denied. Here wns "What a man! You cuss me, but fellow stumbled over Harris' legs, giv- an unknown woman, original and not wait to hear why this nil was so. ing me a chnnce to drive home one beautiful, to be sure, yet one whose You sit down, nnd I tell you. Then fist square into Ills face. I heard cry Identity wns shrouded In mysmaybe you tell me something also." him rip out a Hebrew oath, and saw tery. To all appearances she was acIlnrris stared at him, then Fank into blood stninlng his lips. I tried to tively engaged In conspiracy ngnlnst the vacant chair opposite, still scowl- break awny from him, but it was no the government of Chile, in n crime ing nngrlly across the tnble. A waiter use; yet the effort opened his guard ngnlnst human life. She was unques paused nt his elbow expectantly, and. for a swift upporcut, nnd I let him tionably the authorized ngent of n In response to something said, the hnve It straight to the chin. He gang of revolutionary plotters I hud ' crashed back across the tnble, and witnessed their reception of her as thief Jerked out a surly answer. "No, I don't want anything to cat. hung there dangling, arms, outspread one of their own, and could not 'doubt Bring me some whisky n half pint nnd head in a broken dish. Before I the evidence of my own eyes. She with a little water. Yes, that's all; could strike again, or even recover hud borne them Instructions, and stood now get out of here." my breath, the curtains were thrust In their midst. In secret conclave. At this moment Francois returned violently aside, nnd the speaking ns one having Authority. with our final course, obliging us to backed by a half dozen subordinates, More thnn that, even, she had refused - came tumbling In over Harris' inert to deny appear Indifferent to the quarrel ragthis connection, to reveal her Ing beyond tne curtains. Both men body. Even ns they stared about. I name, or acknowledge any other purmust have lowered their voices, for helped the girl to her feet, nnd faced pose. She had used me to further her our ears caught nothing of what was them. ends, whatever they might be. prey "Whnt happen here, M'sleur? What ing upon my personnl Interest In her, said. It pecmed to me the waiter was In rearranging the table. happen?" shrieked the excited French- nnd yet refusing to lift n single fold unusually slow "There, that will do, Francois," I man. "You keel ze men? What?" of this curtain of mystery. "Wo broke out, nt last. Impatiently. "No; they're Just knocked out. A Whnt could It mean, but that she will want nothing else at present. Utile private affair, that's all," I said, wns secretly ashamed to permit of my When I need you again I will ring. too exhausted to speak clearly. "See full understanding? The thought of That is the bell, I presume." the stolen money, the murder of Alva. "Oui. M'oleur." recurred to me; the invitation I had "All right; then leave us alone for overheard for her to accompany him a while." on his fatal trip, and her accept Neither one of us touched a thing, ance; the positive assertion of Harris the coffee growing cold in tlie cups, that she had done so; her confessed ns we endeavored to distinguish what knowledge that the money had actualwas going on at that second tnble out ly been given Into the possisslon of In the main dining room. I came the Chilean captain ; the nature of the to where I could around beside her, weapon with which he had been peer out also beneath the curtain killed; her remaining In New York Infold, and thus gain glimpses of the stead of returning to Washington. I , two men. They were talking earnesT-lycould not blot these things out, no but had lowered their voices, until matter how hard I endeavored to they were nearly inaudible amid the I reconcile them with her dentals. din of the place. The anger and threat trusted her; I would continue to trust gone out of both voices ; but only oc had her against the world, yet deep down casionally could we weave together In ray heart lingered n question un words into nn understandable senanswered. If she was honest, square, tence; these came to us detached, unactuated by some worthy purpose, wliy related, ns the surrounding noise did she still refuse to confide In me? ceased suddenly, or the music came Surely I hail becn,s.ufJicJeutJy tejsteil to a pause. and she knew who I was. If she was "You didn't get It! Then who the the sister of a classmate whom I kiiew h 1 did? He. I should say no; why and loved, what necessity remained I never knew the old man bad even for the concenlmcnt of her name? slipped him the dough. That d n What, Indeed, except shame at the girl rode down with him. Of course part she was playing in this sordid I do; I saw them go out together; drama of life? Some of my earlier that's why I thought I was playing suspicion had been eradicated, for now away. Somebody has safe to keep It was clearly demonstrated that it played us for suckers. If you had could not have been her knife which kept your d n mouth shut we'd Wal had pierced Alva's heart. Whatever "What It This, a Double-CrotIt easy." else I might believe against her, this dron?" Waldron broke In, stung by this last evidence no longer existed, for she here, M'sleur," and I thrust the first still wore the dagger In her hat. Pecu taunt into elevating his voice. could reach Into his hand. "Hush liar as the design' was, the weapon "What you mean, I keep my mouth bill I shut? So help me, Moses, I tell no this up, will you, and let the lady locked In my vnllse, which I had nnd me get out of here." body." picked up on the floor He dashed about frantically, wring of the car, was not hers; It had been "The h 1 you didn't! You blabbed the, whole thing to Daly. lie told me ing his bands and' gesticulating. wielded In its deadly work by some "Out, oull Get shall be so. There other hand. so himself. That's what I was doing But whose? Did she ecs to be no trouble, no police. Ze know? Did she even suspect the aslast night, bluffing him out." men nttnek you, M'sleur Daly I see sassin? Was she even now endeavor "I tell Daly? Where you git that I ain't seen Daly for three eet all ; you protect ze Madame. There ing to conceal his Identity? stuff? These year. Was he In this deal? Why you be no noise, no peestal blen! Fran-col- questions were unanswerable; I could Jules, you will help ze lady nn' only partially drive them' back by not tell me of Daly before?" "Tell you! I never knew It until ze gentleman to go quick." memory of the girl herself: It was held back Impossible to recall her vividly to The two he told me." us to pass through. mind, and yet associate her with so A waiter brushed past hira, bearing the curtains for a troy, striking against oue shoulder The main dining room was not as dis foul a crime. ns he passed. Harris glanced up with turbed as I anticipated it might be, I was still immersed in such a snarling oath, and, before I realized As we came forth and made our way thoughts, mentally struggling for her the danger, his eyes must have caught down the aisle under escort, we' were honor, and my own justification, when 'a glimpse of me beneath the draped gazed at curiously, but no demonstra I finally nttnlne 1 the quiet of my room curtain. Instantly the fellow was on tlon followed. I was squarel.' up against n stone forgotten in a swift group of waiters stood before the wall; there wts no light perceptible A his feet, all else wave of passion. outer door, evidently collected there anywhere. Neither Harris nor Wal "There's the guy now!" he burst to prevent any nlarm from reaching dron was guilt r of this crime; they forth. ""He's hiding In that booth; I the outside. To the slfnal of Francois Were obliterated from further con saw him. Come on, and we'll have these stepped aside, permitting us to slderation. two worthies had pass through into the vestibule. the stiff cough up yet!'' undoubtedly do Jo their best, but had 1 assisted my cor anlon into her been outgenera'ed by some one else; swiftly, pushing the I drew back girl behind me. There was np place coat, and then hastily struggled into nnd, whoever tint other might be, lie In which to Jiide, no chance for my own. She wns pale, but her eyes had made a c ear leavln escape. Perhaps I could explain, but, met my own bnwely, and her hand not even n luiklng suspicion behind if not, then I must fight The two touched ray arm ns we went up the him. It wns th Job of n master-tlilecame plunging through the opening steps. Above, all remained quiet and nn expert In ci line or else had been nnd faced us, the heavy curtains drop- dark. accomplished t trough the blind luck "What next?" I nsked. ping behind them nnd shutting out all of some one whose very Identity by are taxis around the cloaked any pc isihlllty of suspicion, Harris, Inflamed "I believe there view beyond. drink, glared, about as though doubt- corner." (TO BE CONTINUED.) "Good; I would prefer riding to ing the evidence of, his own eyes, but The ' Ads" of Old. his expression was that of savage walking, myself. Where do you wish to be taken?" hatred. Advertising 1 not n new art by any "Back to the hotel, please." "H I, if they ain't both of 'em here I means. Advert cements of n kind ap of the cab In the Say, this Is riclu So you two ore in proaching our modern Ideas were In Thought you'd play me felt her hand touch mine geutly, as vogue in ancliut Egypt, Greece anil cahoots, hey? for a d rj fool, did you, Daly? Well, though half afraid. Home. These, however, were mostly "Oh, I was so frightened so sorry descriptions of runaway slaves, offers ril show you what yon're up agaln&t yo.u and yer girl. Come now, where's to have brought you Uiere. It was all of reward for st property, and so on. my fault. The Russian had a knife." The people o! Pompeii went much that boodle?" "Yes, I know; I caught a gjlmmer further. On the excavated wnlis of the "I know nothing nbout it, Harris." ive been found nn "You're a liar. Tills dame went of lt, but he went down nnd out for burled city f gladiatorial shows. away with Alva In his car. I saw her the count before it could be used nouncements go out with htm. You cough up, both There is nothing to worry over now.' with rough plcfircs of favorite glodhv tors, etc., that must be taken ns an "They did not get the money?" of you, and be d n quick about It, "No, that is clear enough. Some- tlclpatlons of t.e modern picture posor you'll never get out of here without a hole through you. You think body got the bulge on them, and they ter. ou heard me; I'll show Viiro very properly sore. you can double-cros- s It Is n poor J olicy to buy hooks for Harris sweor you left with "Alva." you a trick of my own!" "Harris knows nothing about it ; you the sake of tlvi colored covers, or to He was reaching for his gun. It make friends 'or the sake of their must have caught In his pocket, though must believe me." "I intend to certainly as against clothes. I wasted jia time. It was his life or mine, and I gripped the empty wine Harris." When love n eandcrs down I ha ave She may not have been altogether bottle on the tabla and smashed a vicious blow at bis bend. He went pleased with my answer, for she said nue common st ise sneaks ud an alley. 1 head-waiter, blood-stained s, waiter-guardia- mm WsBmmL CHAPTER X S WRIGLEVS AFTER EUERY at the conference. He favors n general limitation of armnments, but he favors no limitation unless It Is general. Ho regards armament reduction as primarily necessary to relieve the world's economic, distress, and he hopes that It will also promote universal peace. Ho considers that the United Stntcs has nlrcndy cut Its army nnd navy budgets to the danger line and thinks It would be a grave mistake to make further curtailment unless there is an International agreement for reduction of armament. "I hnve nlwnvs been In favor of n limitation of nrmnnient." sold Senator Lodge. "But it must be a general reduction. I shnlt do everything In my power to carry out these views In the great ofllce to which the President has appointed me." MEAL! Newest Creation 1 0 teJ83Br A I i Every Man His Own Censor The Congressional Uecord, as ev eryone knows Is supposed to bo a shorthand record of the proceedings of congress. But It Isn't always. Take, for Instance, the battle of words In the sinate the other day between the fiery "Jim" Keed of Missouri nnd the Mc- Cumber of North Dakota. Jt was a fracas the witnesses will not soon forget, nnd the only reason it ended as a battle of words was because John Sharp Williams of Mississippi (por trait herewith) a master peacemaker. Intervened, The bonus bill wns under discus sion. Iteed McCumber. twitted The North Dakota man replied. Finally tne exchange of compliments got to the point where McCumber snld something nbout settling the matter "outside." Hoed renlled: "I never saw a blackcuard vet who did not want to go outside to set tle something." The story of the fracas wns published everywhere. But no paper printed the story In full. There was Just one publication left in all America In a position to record the affair in nil Its details and that was the Congressional itecord. But not one word did the Record contain. Why? Simply because the most complete censorship In America had accomplished Its work. Reed and McCumber themselves did the censoring. exact-spokeblond-haired flavored sugar Jacket around peppermint flavored chew- ins. gum. Will aid your appetite J peppermint delicious and digestion, polish your teeth and moisten your throat. WRK1Y5W man rve - a,hii.i,i The Flavor Lasts White Plague Dying Out? diff-runc- e Reports from the National Tuber culosis association show that consumption may soon become a rare disease in the United States. Public educa tion in preventive measures and years of hard work by medical officers have checked Its spread, and tbe death rate goes down steadily every year. This Is In marked contrast to the tremendous Increase of tuberculosis in Europe The house military affairs com- - due tp the ravages of the war. Popunilttee has tabled a resolution giving lar Science Monthly. MaJ. Gen. Leonard Wood authority to Important to Mothers maintain his army rank while serving Examine carefully every bottle ot as governor general of the Philippines, CASTORIA. that famous old remedy for which he has been selected by the This, of course, means for Infants and children, and see that It President. Bears the . that General Wood, In the Judgment of the committee, will have to resign Signature from the array to accept the place. In Use for Over 30 Sears. Representative McKcnzIe of Illinois, Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria said that the action was taken with' out criticism of General Wood ; it was COULDN'T KID THAT STUDENT simply felt that a bad precedent would otherwise bo established. Youths Comment on Professor's AdOn the other hand. Senator Wads-wort- h mission of Author Was Disof New York, chairman of the tinctly Uncomplimentary. senate military committee, has Introto have been duced a bill, understood George Philip Krapp has no always suggested by the administration pro- been professor of English at Columbia. viding that active army officers shall For two years ha- held the same posi be eligible for "civil ounces of the gov tion at the University of Cincinnati, ernment In administering its termor where his modesty, as usual, was so pronounced that Bis creat scholarship lal possessions." The University of Pennsylvania board of trustees has granted General was not evident t,b the typical under One day a chap who haa classman. Wood leave of absence from schematic duties until sseptemocr i, Just been promofed from the freshman class bounded into his study anu sam : "Professor Krapp, I found something strange today there's a book over In the library written by a man who has Just your name." League of. Both the National '"Is that so?? said Professor Krapp. Women Voters and the National Wom"What is the book?" "Why." said the student, "It is an acan's party nre working for the appointment of u woman on the United Stntes work called count of an Anglo-Saxo- n delegations to the coming disarma'Andreas and Elene.'" And ment conference In Washington. "But I wrote that book," replied the Representative Alice lo nnd behold! author of Modern English, "and half Robertson of Oklahoma (portrait herea dozen other volumes." with) goes hock on her sisters and will Said the student: "Ah. gwanl" New York Evening Post not countenance the proposition for a moment. Just listen to this! She Wood and the Philippines Bringing Back the Past No. 1. Tambo Mistah Interlockcanal, what am de 'tween a saleslady la a beauty parlor an' one ob her customers? Interlocutor I don't know, Tambo; what is the difference? Tambo One knows her powders and the other powders her nose. Interlocutor Mister Jones will now sing "Two Little Girls In Blue Blew In." The Cutlcura Toilet Trio. Having cleared your skin keep It cleat by making Cutlcura your eTery-datoilet preparations. The soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal, the Talcum to powder and perNo toilet table Is complete fume. without them. 25c everywhere. Advertisement y i UZZZP. , jrf ALARM THAT DOES THE WORK Young. Man's Seheme Guaranteed End Sleep, and He Has No Patent on It. tf What No One U. S. Woman Has They were discussing that ever vexing question the question of getting up in the morning. "I don't think." said Frederick, "that an alarm clock Is any good at all. I hear the bell of my alarm clock: go every morning. I simply lay my hand on the nearest thing I can pick up and hurl something or other at the clock. I am constantly paying for new alarm clocks, but they only rouse me for a minute, and I go to sleep again." "I've got a new kind ot alarm clocks renorted Charlie. T don't know how long It will last, but It Is simply doing One work at present." "How does It differ from others?" "It toots Just like a motor horn. As soon as I hear It. I Jump out of bed to avoid being run over by a three-to- n truck." Kaye How Bill Was Canceled. Old Topper had bad luck says : "It's Just nonsense. I don't know of n woman iu the United States possessed of the qualifications to sit on thnt commission. She would have to hnve experience lu International affairs. She would have to have experience In diplomacy and diplomatic affairs. She would have to be familiar with foreign languages nnd conditions. She would have to have social standing. She should not be n climber socially. She would have to be prepared to listen much nnd talk little. I do not know of a woman who fills that bill, do you?" Skill Recognized. "How Is Josh getting along with the violin?" "Better'n I expected," replied Farm"Time and again It er Corntossel. sounds like It was goln' to pieces, but Josh always has the luck to hold It together somehow." Gray Oh, what was that? I dont think I heard about it "Why. he got so far behind with the rent for his room at his boarding- ("house that ho had to marry the land lady." London Answers. didn't he? The His Troubles Over. wJ The most graceful man In town A woman can be, vain without these dnys Is the awkward fellow who flattery. A vain man goes about de- always used to be stepping on some woman's skirt Detroit News. manding taffy. were answered troubles. f, The W. C. T. U. and Prohibition , ; " Interesting An If half the average man's prayers It would ndd to his soon learns to be time-- conversationalist selflSIT jj,bout-- E . r m J 1 semi-darkne- 1 t Miss Anna A. Gordon-- president C. T. U said at the recent annual convention of the organization In San Francisco that in her trip to South America she ,had found prohibition a live issue in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay nnd Uru guay, and the presidents of Chile and Uruguay enlisted In the movement. "All the world Is looking on," Miss uoruon said, anu win judge pro hibition by the brand that is labeled w 'Made In America.' To enlighten the family of nations we must help hold aloft the brightly-burnintorch of a successful prohibitory law. we must still crusade." An unescnpable obligation. Miss Gordon declared, rests upon every citizen bravely to with federal and state enforcement officials nnd to work for the election regardless of party affiliations of candidates who believe n prohibition and Its enforcement, rbe expanding program of our new crusade." the 1,.r()0 delegates made plain, does not Include blue laws. of the W. forty-eighth First on the Appetite List the crispness and charm of have been tested by the family, there's one item that standsrom- -' inently out in the marketing list thereafter.. ONCE 3HF g law-abidi- That's Grape-Nut- s. The twenty hours of continuous baking have produced, from the natural richness of wheat and malted barley, a food is uniquely sweet with sugar developed from the grains themselves, and whose crispness and flavor make a delightful appeal to every member of the family. And Grape-Nu- ts is soundly nourishing HAIR BALSAM BalrraUIael iBatDomPanaraC' and Faded ancasaKixeaturcrrma. tpe Haj 'I Vfc., Awr , HINMRCORNS stm. toil. Mw Uvm All pala, taxarm mmlert tp ttm cu. food to 3,22 i students, the other towns having smaller numbers. The Polish ministry of npprovlsa-tlo- n American Association Alo Aids 1,300r has been assisting In this work, Children in Pollth 000 having furnished the American relief Districts. workers ulth 180,000 pounds of potaWarsaw. Fifteen thousand univer- toes nt 00 per cent below tnnrket price. sity students la the main educational Government authorities of Posen made gift of 20,000 pounds ot centers of Warsaw, Lomberg. Cracow, an Lublin, Posen and Vllna, are being fed potatoes to be used locally In the stuone meal a day by tbe American re- dent feeding. The students benefiting by this spelief administration of tht European children's fund this summer. Warsaw cial provision are over seventeen jeura bat five kitchens Jevoted' to serving old. Is addition to this task1 the re; YANKS FEED 15,000 STUDENTS 300.000 lief workers nre more than 1 hlldre:; In I'olund up to the age of aevt nteen jeiirs. Fall In Showers. Gibraltar. During a thunderstorm here recently, n scower of frogs fell on the North Front. Tl.ousand3 of were these Suiill l.uj.i.lpg in the !u.p.es and aroused to ri ears ago n much c.rloMty. Sews occurred and later similar a shower of xiud covered with a pink depot-It- . si Frogs Make Dainty Trifles. Silk stockings In white or light tints lave surprising possibilities for fancy-wor- k trifles. The weave closely resembles silk Jersey and looks pretty embroidered In light colors In floral designs such as rosebuds. Ideas for trimming It with baby ribbon embroidery can be gained from observing jersey pettitbe smart white-silcoats and their trimming In lingerie shops. A needle book trimmed with either silk or with ribbon In a yellow daisy pattern Is dainty. A pincushion k top made from blue or pink silk stock Ings may be embroidered with light colors and silver or sold threads. When Frying Mush. When frying cornmeal mush try dipping each slice In cracker'dust. The iafd will not splash over the range and it will also have a browner and great builder of health and strength. Served with cream or milk, as a cereal y for breakfast or lunch, or made into e' pudding for dinner. See that your marketing list includes- this delicious, economical food, today. All v.a-- n crisper crust. ' I Dresses of Wool Jersey. Jumper dresses of wool Jersey nre designed to wear over shirtwaists. - meres a reason jor .V orape-iNiitsr . . 1 - rv- i 4 0WING5V1LLE OUTLOOK jliWINGSVILLE, - - I'ublistied Weekly, KY. . Con-Cres- s, Entered according to net of at the Owingsville, Ky., Post-offic- e mnttcr. as second-clas- s subscription TOE OUTLOOK'S received another message .statin; that his father was dead, and sis-tinjure ;. hcnou-dand brother-in-laCharlie Kav who ha. been verv Mnrly with diphtheria in imptvunjr very rapidly. Allie Wilson has been very ill with diphtheria. .... rates are as follow: One Tear Six Months ................ Three Months PEBBLE We had a very henry rain and .... 45c. hail storm Saturday afternoon. Mr--. Alta Perkins and children E. D. THOMPSON, - - - Kentucky and Taylor Woodard of near FIcm Owingsville, ingsburg iitcd their mother, Mr-- . THURSDAY, SEPT. 22. 1921 Chris Woodard hen- - Saturday and Sunday. For County Judge Burn, to W. X, Mnddox and wifo EWINO COXN'KK a son. Mother and baby doing fine. For Sheriff Several from here went to Mt S. M. ESTILL. Fanning and Mason Sterling court .Monday. Deputies: Aaron Edgar I'assity - able to teach hi II. Botts. school again after several weeks o FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY illness. J). W. DOGOETT .... .... $1.50 75c. i- For COUNTY CLERK COLE BAKKKS nui A Depnties: Cliarles Bristow and Cliff Hendrix. For Tax Commissioner TnOMAS I JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Bet Iks'. and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON For Jailer JnmeA Denton, wife and little Avery of MiMreiUld visited their mother and grandmother Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. John Daugherty and Mrs. John Iletulrix visited Dave Hendrix of East Fork Friday. Mrs. Miranda Jackson and three children of Bethel visited her wstcr Mrs. Willie Lykes Saturday night CLAUDE STATOX. and Surday. For Representative ""Born to Herman Flora and wife. VAN Y. GREEN. Miuoy unite Arnold. For Circuit Judge. Annies Flora of near Hill&horo vi- R. PREWITT. JIEXRY ited his son Herman Sunday. For Commonwealth's Attorney. Ed Daugherty, James Roe Hed W. C. HAMILTON. rick and Xene Lykes attended the MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT funeral of Denny Story of near R. T. MYERS Grange City Sunday afternoon. MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. CHARLES MYERS SALT WELL OLYMPIA Thursday afternoon. 'Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. John Craig v hostess to M. E. Ladies on Thir-.d- a lor day. An elegant lunch was served atitt '. some quilting done. Mrs. Gilbert Shuuse of Mr. and Texas were here tlnypat week the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kvsiis who have been living in Oklahoma for several years have returned help to live. .1. P. Wright lei I .Sunday for Cincinnati where he will place on marI' ml of altle shipped last ket a Saturday lie will go on to Martinsville. Ind., lor a everal days' stay. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Staggs lire entertaining a house party. .Mrs Edna Ilnndy died Saturday. Sept. 17, after a long illm 'ss of stomach trouble, at the heme of he- rather at I .irking I'uion ami va- bnricd the following day. Beside--hMrs. Itinuly leaves sev- parents ral In others anil sisteis acd one lit tie son, aged 12 year. Before Mis. Ilumly was Miw Edna 'imistrong and jvas a splendid young er Notice of Commissioner's BATH Sithgs. KT (lKCTIT t'Ol Fanners Trust'-Compan- ns ndmr.. PlITs. with the will annexed of Alice tlillon, etc., versus Emma K. Saunders, etc., defts. FREE j Pursuant to order made by of the above named Court I will hold my sittings at my ollicc in Owingsville, Ky., eonmi"ncing on the' 2.1r.l DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1!21 and closing same on the 2(Hh da !" September. 11)21. All creditor- f decedent Alice Gillon aro rcquir il to prove their claims and file them with me during my sittings or thc will bo barred. (liven under my hand tliis'Gth dm r September, UI21. LESLIE SHROLT, .Master t'wii'r, Italh Circuit Court Notice of Commissbncr's SIXTH ANNUAL SCHOOL FREE .h 1 -- II 1 i Y Sittnys. BATH CIRCUIT COURT W. A. Conner as ndmr of PltTs. ' being only ho time of her death. 311 year old a' We extern' Reuben (iooilpaster, etc., 1 sympathy to the bereaved family. 1). V Lagrew and family of Lexington, visited friends hero Sunday. FORGE HILL. Kelly Reeves and wife, of Splee-lanIndiana, came last week to sec Mrs. Reeves' father,. T. L. Rnwlings, who is very ill. d, If vlPY Mrs. Herbert, Costignn and little daughter, Helen of Maysville are her mother, Mrs. Kate, Costigan. liviyuliMrTliyS. Campbell, Mrs tdy.de. Yonjigiand, children visited Mr. aodMrsf.Clay.Janis at Sharpsburg Saturday and Sunday. Y. R. Pcnix, who has been working in West Virginia came home last vis-itit- Saturday. 1 ' 'Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Jackson were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Flanery near Farmers. News was received here last week of the death of Frank" Downs at Paint, Creek, West Virginia, of cau-cof tfie stomach. He was a son of Andy Downs and wife, loth de ceased and was liorn and raided hern. He leaves four children, two brothers and four sisters. , Mrs. T. J. Hart was in Salt Lick JahV Thursday. j Mrs. "Press Blevins and daughter, Miss Bettic, were in Morehead onr day last week. 'Mrs. John Shultz, Mrs. Pierce ( Kicth and Mrs. Roht. Guy, of Ml. Sterling, and Mrs. Brown of Step-wer- e a -- cup the people who attended the sale of Mrs. Nettie Clark's Saturday. Born, Saturday, Sept. J.7. to Sir. and Mrs. Oeorge Bowman, a son OfStock Electionxn White Joseph Coleman. it (At. and Mrs. J. L. Gray were in Sulphur Precinct uisvillc Sunday to see Mrs Gray's I, the und'ersiRned, Sheriff of brother, Roscoe Tackctt, who is In Bath countv. herehv nntico Haxlewood Sanitotlum there. Ithat a poll will be opened at the Miss Gladys Frnrier of Winches HUKIU lerHwfl!i Jhp,wecked gvest. ,ot-.h- r. county, Ky.. at the next genera-eiectio- n. prcpt MrjttindiLrru.O.Xv Frasicri . which will be TUESSwjartr a,ivd Mrs, E. A. DAY. THE 8th DAY OP NO.Swartr were in Owingsville Satur- VEMBER, 1921 for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the leday. gal voters of said White Sulphur Mrs. J. L. Gray was in Moreheaa voting district upon the question whether cattle generally shall be last Friday. " A letter from Chas. Swartz says permitted to run at large, in said 3m-igaining in weight and still lm- - district. By order of the Bath Hoiintv provipffsad will probably stay In Court Colorado for some time. This September 8th, 1921. cr . out-of-to- Everett Barber recently bought a farm of acres rioar Ilillshoro in Fleming comity from the Hurst brothers. Ho is moving this wee:; His neighbors regret to sec him go 1021. but wish him success. LESLIE SHROUT, Miss Lucille Moore who ha Mr. ad Mrs. Jeff Carpenter and Master Com'r., Bath Circuit Court. confined to her room for some time family spent Sunday with relative is slowly improving. at Grassy Lick. Notice of Commissioner's Sittngs. Misses Artie and Mary Goodpaster 52,332 KENTUCKIANS FILE JJATH CIRCUIT COURTwere, the guests of Mrs. Will Warner INCOME TAX RETURNS ...... . I' H ..! (Jwingsvillc.Hhe' and .family of near Bank of Maysville, AdiiitVy) ith thV ,., .Federal personal, income tax repast week. !;'. "j;11; '''4 turns tiled in Kentucky in 1!)19 reach will aifneied iif Mrs. P. P. Treadway who has been ed a total of PUT. 52,332 which was 1.2 Mury A. Slack, very ill is able to be out again. per cent of the entire number tiled in versus the United States. The total net Wllium Peed, etc., Deft. GRANGE CITY reported by these returns was Mrs. Ed" Colliver from Ohio hat Pursuant to order made by the $21.r,tl77,422, while the tax paid on been visiting relatives here. Clerk of the above named Court 1 them was $7,5!)5,384, which was .CO will hoid my sittings at my office in .Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gregory of Bath per cent of the total personal income Owingsville, Ky., commencing on the county and Mrs. Ernest Jones and tax paid by the entire country. children left Friday to visit relatives 23rd DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1021 In the nation at large 5.03 per cent near Maysville. and closing, same on 2fith day ol of the people tiled personal income Mrs. James Fawns left last week September 1921. All creditors of tax returns, while in Kentucky 2.40 ' to visit relatives in Louisville. decedent Mary A. Slack are requirper cent filed r'.ie:. The average net Mrs. George Riddle left last week ed to prove their claims and file them income per i e! in f r the United to visit relatives at Frankfort. with me during my sittings or thej States was .$3,724 .; i ' in ;KeiiUiev will be Miss Evelyn Colliver is better of barred. ky it was .$3,640.15. The personal her illness. Given under my hand this fith day income tax per capita for the United Mrs. Burgess Kissick and daughSeptember, 1021. States amounted to $11.08, and in ters, Misse Maude and Era, Mrs JM. LESLIE SHROUT, Kentucky it was $3.14. The average C. Price and Mrs. Chas. Prico visitamount of the personal income tax Master Com'r., Bath Circuit Court. ed Mrs Charles Cooper near Pojdn per return in the United Stntes was Plainsla&t week. Rigdon Rntliff is attending school $238.08 and in Kentucky it was at Transylvania College again this $128.01. Kentucky's position in the order Busy Public year. Official Says Thei of magnitude ns to all the States ford's Black-DraugHelps Him and territories in the Union, in the Keep Physically Fit. per cent of population tiling returns , ' ' versus Stonewall Goodpaster etc.--, Defts. Pursuant to order made by the Clerk of the above named Court I will hold my sittings at my olliee in Owingsville, Kentucky, commencing 23rd DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1021 nail o:isi:, saioe m til-- ' 2(ith day ol September. !121. All creditors of d.'oc ient Rci.lsen paster arc n I heir c'r.ims and fill? tpiir i to rr their, with mi tluriiig ;aj sittings i they wll lo banvl. ("liven under my hand this (ith day of September, i- COMMON SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT OF. BATH COUNTY, KENTUCKY TWO BIO DAYS FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SJEPT, 2324,1921 HON. GEORGE COLVIN, State Sup t. Public Instruction will deliver two of Ms masterful addresses A SPLENDID BRASS BAND of 23 pieces will furnish tausic both days, 2500 rural school children will march in gorgi'ous panulc. A display of school Athleric events and base-baexhibits surpassing all others will be een. games will hold their usm.l attractions. Th" biggest, and beat rally Bath county has ever had. You are invited to come and enjoy two daa of wholesome, cleanen-.- . games will be free. tertainment Everything except the base-bal- l ll . tf ' 1 YOU WILL WANT TO COE BOTH DAYS INDIGESTION ht NOTICE Public Sale Having more land than I can look aftir I will oft'T tor sale on IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Annual Fall Meeting at was 44th and 20th in the average not income return. Its position as to per capita income tax was 45h and 28th in the average amount of tax per return. Men! Earn $135 Monthly! p Cll ril Mjss-Liiri- .. railvny telegraph opertendy .work, short honr.s1 aluT quick promotion; we arc established 25 years nd, bive; never ifffilttdt : place our graduates in good positions; day or evening classes, both sexes; write for free booklet. And up as ators; Cincinnati-Telegrap- Room 213, s School, 315 W. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohi. STEPSTONE.1 W. A. BOYD, P. H. Phipps bought a crib of corn rom,Frank BrairTt for $425. Sheriff of Bath County. 9-- 12 - A--- . V. " ". 4 r r- - t' ' SALT LICK is visiting her parents, H. B. Hobbs Mrs. Loueda Myers has returned and wife Mrs. Frank Brown attended Mrs. fr'in an extended visit to relatives X. T. Clark's sale at Olympia last in Cincinnati, Middlctown and Dayton, Ohio. Saturday. Dr. Jones is reported to be slightClarence Garrett and wife of Asa land is visiting his parents Richard ly improved, Dr. Claypoole 4ef t to Garrett and wife also the latters take treatment in a Louisville hosgrandparents, Alex Flood and wife. pital, so at present our town is withBurl StuUand family of Bourbon out a resident physician. county spent SatOfcvwith H. D. Mrs. White has returned to her " home in Winchester. and "f imlTy. Mrs. Dora Pierce of near Grange Ray was n Mt. Sterling t. City visited at J. P. Wright's last ' utton and family visited week. fits at Preston this week. Thanks to an enterprising lady of pue Jpnes who has been very our town who collected the money to , pay the workmen, the public wcl" V le to he out again. .Vnt bought a filly, from Mrs. now has a nice pump with a Inn' "erbac'k for $00. concrete box around it also a coni s tohlng crete watering trough for the many "! - V "'e c' ' ' "l- - "40rove, gave a pie supper thirsty animals that are watered "!' .". ' Wht which netted $15. there. Alexander visted her Jas. Maze has put a stone paveif. t .i- Vr Virml frtntiov nt Vf ment along his property adjoining :eek. bridge which was a much needed im? '1 1 provement. Mrs. Green Myers left Tuesday for Ind. he and tamiir went to a stay at Mar-svil- le, ' londay in nnswer to a Misses Pearl aid Iere Frir"!' Wing that his father, Ben have returned i ai e i i J guttle siter and brother- - visit to relatives H 'Ji heen hurt in an utomo-ileGarrison, Ky. below Lexington. Be- ) oicd the Mrs. Joan M" jlie.i reached Lexington he Ladies of the Curistau Ciarch last MrsMlpl Thompson of Preston, Thos. Million and Miss Bethel LyN kes, both of Suit Lick neighborhood, were married Saturday afternoon in tc County Clerk's ofliec, Rev. C. Wilson performing the eeremony.x' iJ Clay City, Ky. "I have been In business hero for twenty-onyears; am also coroner, riding the Kentucky hills and hollows In all kinds of weather and under all kinds of conditions." says Mr. Sam T. Carr, of this place. "To be able to do so, I must keep physically tit, and Thedford'a Is my stand-by- . "These trips used to give me headaches, and that, I found, came from jhurrled meals or from constipation. "I was convinced that 'was. good, so. now .1 use It, and it gtveS' perfect satisfaction. It acts on the liver, relieves indigestion, and certainly Is splendid. I am never without It." When you have a feeling of discomfort! after meals, causing a bloating sensation, headache, bad breath, and similar common symptoms, try taking a pinch of after meals a pinch of the dry powder, washed down with a swallow of water. This has been found to assist the stomach and liver to carry on their normal work, and helps prevent, or relieve, constipation. Your druggist can supply you with this liver medicine. Insist upon Theilford's. the t original and only genuine liver medicine. Black-DraugBlack-DraugBlack-Draugwell-knowpurcly-vcselnM- e Black-DraughXC-137- a te.liitllbrJftflJl ' "Iz?ATONIAr f t (Convenient to Cincinnati) east of Wyohnng. This farm has on it a dwelling house and two barns tobacco barn and stock barn, 28 acres of this land :s Slate bottom land. half-mil- e lying a Sept. 3rd to Oct. 8th and Latonia Handicap. ?5,(X0 added, for upward, one mile and a sist'enth. Saturday. September 3. and Autumn Handicap, S5.0JJ added, for . upward, six furlongs. Monday. September 5. olds Covington" Handicap. 5.000 added, for Saturday, and upva:d. one mile and J; three-sixteenth- Sale to be at 2 o'clock p. m Terms made known on dav of sale.. MKS. NKLIji R HKDIUv'K 'it s. Sq.ti-mi-e- r 10. ' Let ii delivnr you a Primrose Cream Separator. Cream going up, and wife, who live a mile or so from town on the Preston pike, has had a separators have gone down. There severe cuse of diphtheria for the past is a profit for you. E. L. and A. T. Bvron's. week. Jas., little son of Robert Williams Fayette, Woodford, Bourbon, Mont gomery and Bath counties have signed the required 75 per cent, of tobacco to the Burley Tobacco Growers' Association. Rev. II. S. Ficklin, The annual reunion of surviving aie:iibers of the ltith and 10th Kentucky cnvulry will be held at Maysville Sept. 21. FOR SALE AT AUCTI I will sell at public auction my eight-roobrick residence on West Main street, ingsville, Ky , on the premises m , For the week ending Sept. 3rd, 492 barrels of oil Christian Church, left Friday to be in the Ragland Held and in Menifee with his cousin Rev. E. E. Dawson, Held 045 barrels. who is very ill nt his home nt Chilcs-burThere w;erc 1,545 lircs in Kenluchv duriug the fiscal year ending June The district convention of the W. 30, 1921, causing loss of $2,0 12,2Si.. C. T. U. for the counties of Bath, fever. Montgomery, Menifee and Rowan, is in session at Frenehburg. The Sentinel-Democrsays R. C. Gatewood, who is at a Lexington Two of John Wood's children are hospital, is improving nicely. recovering from an attack of typhoid Claude (Doolcy) Coylc will leave in a short time for Keystone, Wct "Cold In (he Head' to an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Virginia, where he has employment. Those subject to frequent "colds In the head" will and that the use or IIALJ8 CATARRH MEDICINE: will build up the System, cleanse the Hlood and render A boys' and jrirN' hand with 40 them less liable to colds. Repeated attacks or Acute Catarrh may lead to members has been organized nt Chronic Catarrh. JICINE Is Flemings'.urg. HA'i'S CATARRH W thro-igt- i six i ort Thomas Handicap. $5,000 added, furlongs, Saturday. Scptcr her 17. I.at nia Championship Stakes, $15,000 added, for Saturday, SepMs. one mile and tember 17. Twin City Hand:cap, $5,000 added, for and upward, one miie and five furlongs, Saturday, September 24. Queen City Handicap. $10,000 ai'ded, for one mile, Saturday, t ctohcr 1. and upLatonia Cup, $7.5CO added, for ward, two niilcs and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. Thee rich fixtures and a correspondingly liberal policy throughout mark a season of racing, planned in the interests of horsemen and public alike. The Fall Meeting at Latonia. has attracted the best horses in training. Any day's? program will be worth traveling miles to see. three-quarter- s, pastor of the there was a run of KENTUCKY Ow- JOCKEY' CLUB INCORI'ORATED LATONIA, KY., COURSE Saturday, October I, 192 TOBACCO ASSOCIATION K0TES i ..xo t h i at This is most desirable properly, in a good neighborhood. Good well and good cistern both convenient lo the houe. and tke far. ' f i.i-t- r inu-- t orjmK- - t liavi faith lideiiep in niarketi-H-fimtra yi-n- if !r run- ji7?-. t i titiott. mi t" " i'! t nr.-e-lf ; have SijfM Jlnit. W'h: t rn t tU ntt art. fehshlmr. the sell- - ami L-- pl l.iv '" .' u;tjiI if -- ' " tr.: t. thii ajiart HJjf of yowr tolwt:; ou a lwsmoss eon- - j R. L. 1... t -ci.i-nt- BAILE aia. Y : t ( ivtcn :.j mind the Hio year vn . f ?ret t'w ia mers tc Smjr t.t-- " er." Hicy baak oh tlmt. Voh mm " : ' .s lh ;r wwtl a'KHit if ar ti. t - f;r .tr for npf nwwat euro for a 'oral' -- eekiHf temjwr- - ' ie year lut you ire' iu j y . : Till. "V ri.r nt ' f- taken Internally and acts the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System, thus reducing the inflammation and restoring normal conditions. All Druggists. Circulars free. F.. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, Ohio. . Wholesale prices aru 12 per cent lower than they were hi 1920. veek's Carlisle Mercury aid Almry Fmidere nml Miss Kosa 1. ee fV,'f daughter or Tho. ui-- , Ht3ut 60 pox cuit of the Nicholas t'ohaeeo has been 'signed "to Cophcr, doiued of the White Oak " jeigborbood, were married Sept. t!'t: purley Growers' 'Association. ' i j iS. .tT -- fnr t j-- i t tko is Hie Cs-fp- -'. :;. '. ' ; .w.- w em u want a fair . for your to-- ; 1. ou vtut :ut it wdy by Evory othur h'ubiuosb' ia Ltor1- !. :'; - mr sHrll. dt at the other - . uMl ii41follb "Suited we htuHil; divided- we, fallll ; iu fH r X