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SHINGLES FOR SALE. T. R. RATLIFF, Grange City. Let Joe D. Shechan do your and painting. PERSONAL Sunday lOmnr Bolts client .Mimdny in Lexington. and A SCHOOL RALLY Large Crowd Gorgeous Attends and sees Parade If. papcr-tmngin- Mioses Leona Palmer and Ruth Denton were in Lexington Sunday. g Dresses in Velvet, Serge nnd $12.00, $15.00 LAC e mil $17.50. & f" Buy the best tea. ice-to- a Orange U. STEELE J. Mrs. Minnie Conyers bought the millinery store of Mamilton & Co. last week. There will lie a box supper at the Lower White Oak School House Saturday night. Everyone invited. Grart 3frkwell, of Fleming county, wen e Tuesday Married at the L. Williams and Miss court-hous- C Lacy Hymn of LouUville, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hymn. Ford Patterson of Goodpaster & Co., is in New York this week buyins goods for his Ann. Charlie Stone, formerly of this county, but now of Newtort, visited relatives here lust week. Wm. Elliott and his mother, Mrs--. Ida Elliott, of Kansas City, Mo., are xisiting relatives and friends here. Misses Martha Holland Day, Frances Adams and Jesse Huggins oi Klemingslmrg, were here Saturday. Thus. Jones, of the linn of Duty, Nesbitt Si Co., of Mt. Sterling, vis ited home folks several days las! week. afternoon by Judge Atchison. Get our prices on coal, lumbar, lime aid cement before buying. Right prices tand prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO An investigation conducted by the American Legion through 11,000 Posts, discloses the fact that to 700,000 veterans of the World War are out of employment. COO,-,00- 0 Under the head of hospital notes, he Sentinel-Democrsays: Mrs. Frank Orme wa's admitted to theSpital Monday for treatment. at New fall coats for women" ' and. Misses. AH wool cloths, new styles at new prices. $12.00, $13.50 and $15.00; : ' t & CO. S LACY-COON- HATS ON SALE. J. T. Rolph, wife and daughter, Mrs. Wcddlc visited their son and brother, Carl Rolph at Mt. Sterling Sunday. Teddie Minihan, Eugene Minihan and Henry Scott, of Lexington, were here Sunday to attend the funeral of Eugene A. Sheehan. Mrs. Chnrles Warren, of Ashland, spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Laura Hash and attended the school rally here. II. O. James aud wife, fonncrlj Miss Anna Peters, visited Mrs. James' sister, Mrs. C. W. Young sev eral days last week. n. 0. James, wife and Mrs Annie Wade, of Mt. Sterling, were guests 'of' Mr. and Mrs. Hcuh Mnnley, ot nenr Reyncldsville, Sunday. Wm. Lnthrnm, who1 has been work ing in the express office at Paris fot some time, visited his parents, Sam La thru in and 'wife several days last week. Women's and children's hats on Miss Johaiina C. Minihun, of Lex sale Saturday at 82.98 at ington, rcturnedto her home Sundnj MRS. MINNIE CONYERS. after a wrek'sTwHiwjher niece nnd ' V- - The Globe Tailoring Co's. man of Cincinnati, will be at Goodpaster & Tip's. kUye. 0tober..4 and 5 and will have on display a fine line of goods. Go see them. nephew Mrs. A.'T.'Coyle and Joe D. Shechan. Misses Angie. Young Jnckon ami Louise Lacy, of this town, and Mary Heath, of Piueville, wpre guests ot Miss Ida Belle Brother in Mt. Ster ling several days last week. It is reported that Simms, million- ':'-- . aire turfman and owner of XIapa Jesse Barber who has been visitf farm in Bourbon county, has offer- ing in Louisville for the past few ed $400,000 for Tetrarch, the famous weeks, returned home Friday, lli English thoroughbred Stallion. wa accompanied by his brother Omar Barber, who came to attend the Another Store Robbed 8ehool rally. Swartrs store at Olympia was 'Rev. H. S. Ficklin left Monday to broken into one 'night last week and visit in Nebraska, Kansas and Mo. robbed of "a considerable quantity ot for a month. There will be no preachgoods. ing at the Christian Church during the month of October, but Sunday him. LOST: On the streets of School at the usual hour. Competition for the premiums ofa .gold bracelet with, five dia- mondsMn-'itfered, although small, was laberal reward. Jf you want the best and most The music was" furisbedjbvjij ham MRS. PRESTON KARRICK, stylish suit of clothes ,U be hud go u'24 pieces including1 seven YI Bx 113, Salt Lick, Ky. o Goodpaster & Co's. store October girls, which was an added attraction. and 5 when the Globe Tailoring The band was from Tollsboro, Lewis TJie Globe Tailoring Co;', of CinCo's. man will be there.. county. cinnati, makes the best and most The School Rally closed Saturday stvlish clothes. This firm will havt ANNOUNCEMENT night with a concert by the Owings a representative at Goodpaster & We are pleased to announce 1922 ville hand, their second appearance CoV. store October 4th and 5th. priees effective now on the eclebrntea in public, which was greatly enjoy. The surest way to a continnoni Tic Laval Cream Separators. The: ed by the large crowd who heard it. cash income ana certain profit is reductions place them to pre-wThe compliments showered on the through the dairy cow and the use levels. boys are calculated to spoil them. ' J. R. BROTHER & CO. Easy of a De Laval Separator. This annual rally and commence Terms. meiit, furnishing ns it does, two day Watson Thomas went to Carlisle of free and instructive entertainment J. R. BROTHER & CO. Thursday to testify in a case against is decidedly the most pleasurable When the ulobe Tailoring man Hick Tally. The case was for carry event of the season and grows in in comes to Goodpaster & Co's. store ing concealed deadly weapons ann tcrest each year. Tallev was fined $50 and sentenced on October 4 and 5 it will be a rar to ten days in" jail. opportunity ot get you a suit of t' correct styles and a perfect latest, The Globe Tailoring man will ' fit. at Ooodpatcr & Co's. store October j and will show woolens in You may be paying for a De Laval 4 and 5, full length drapes. Go and order a Separator but not getting it by con suit of correct style and best nual-it- y tinuing to use a "cream-robber- '. of goods. Come in let us convince you. "Easy Terms." The fall term of Circuit Court will .1. R. BROTHER & CO, liegin Holiday. The most important rriminal case to be tried is that ot Since Rev. C. L. West who was ap the Commonwealth against E. C. pointed by the Conference of the M iviinbrell charged with the murder otj B. Chnrch to this chnrge has declin Ed Bailey. ed to accept and asked to be relieved of active duties as minister, the Ow. Narrow Escape iagsville church will be without Allie Donathan, driver of the Inpastor. The vacancy may be sup dian Helming Co's. oil truck, while' plied in some way. driving around a curve coming down' the hill near Mrs. Belle Rice's had a Men! Earn $135 Monthly! serious accident. The steering gcai And up as railway telegraph operof his machine became locked. Tht ators; steady work, short hours and truck going at a good rate, turned quick promotion; we arc established over twice, the lirst time tearing o!I 25 vears and have never failed to the top lenving the driver sitting in . . . place our graduates in good post it on the side of the road. Mr. Dona-limtions; day or evening classes, both received only slight bruises but sexes; write for free booklet. t'te machine was considerably dam-- . Cincinnati Telegraph Schooi, asjed., ,It was a very narrow escape. 315 W. Tfixth St., 7 OUTLOOK $150 PER YEAR. Gincir'ftti,. Ohio, f n' The sixth annua! School Rally ami ot Commencement the rural schools of Hath Co. came off Friday and Saturday. There was light crowd in attendance the llrsl !ay the seci-nday being regarded as he one of chief importance ami in tcresl. The Parent Teacher's parndi lid the speech of Prof. N. C. Hum mack, of Louisville, and formerly' Superintendent of Schools of Jeffer-- I ion county, were the principal cventx. The parade was a very creditable out and the speech of Prof. Hammack in the interest of common schools was 'lighly complimented on all hands. A, huge crowd witnessed the athlctk i events which took place cm Rob't.! shields lot in the west end of town.' ' in the nfterno'in the Salt Lick base 'mil team defeated the Owingsvillc. team by a score of 7 to 1. The connirn school commencement! was at the City School building. i Second Day. The second day started off most' unfavorably with a downpour of rail. which lasted until nearly 8 o'cloc!. and bid fair to keep at home the viibi throng which afterward came aim surged throught the streets the en tire da. Although the weather con tinned cloudy and threatening, tin parade of the school children and teachers came off v. schedule time, and was universally pronounced tin most mngniliccnt parade ever seen in the tewn of Owingsville. Lickin Tnicm. Wyoming, East Fork and other large schools of the cennty, which had made elaborate preparations for the event, beeamt water-boun- d and although the most strenuous efforts were made, thej couldn't cross the swollen streams. The premium for the best riding parade wus won by Tunncll Hill school, Mrs. C. W. Bristow tencher; the walking parade was won by Harper's school, Miss Carrie Nixon, teacher. There were 1,500 children in the pa rade. The spelling contest and the base ball games were each witnessed bj large and interested crowds. The school exhibits on display at the court-hous- e were unusually fine and were viewed by almost u continuous stream of people all day. At '2:30 o'clock Prof. George Col-viState Superintendent of Schools. delivered an excellent address in tin interest of common sehoojs in gen eral and in favor of the two propos cd amendments to the State constitution in parieular. His argument? were clear and seemed to be con vineing to the vast crowd who heard Common School -- THE RECITAL The recital given by Prof. K. M. ,j Coleman, teacher of the band lately organized, far exceeded expectations in point of the delightful entertainhe Professor. ment furnished by He flayed to perfection solos on all the band instrument.' and especially were his violin solos enjoyed and ap (' predated. lie attendance was not as large as hoped for and those who failed to attend missed a rare musical treat. The recital was supple-aientcd by music by the band which was their first appearance in public The entire proceeds of the entertainment were given for the benefit ot the baud. -1 ning a man by the name of Williams in jail on charge of horsestealing and Chester Thompson, boy, confined on a the charge of robbing a store at Salt Lick, escaped. They unlocked the door with a key made from a piece of iron taken from a cot. But the boys had reckon ed without knowing that Slate creeK was out ot its banks and they could cross it only at one of the bridges, and Jailer Duff over took them just as they started to cross upper Slate bridge on the Preston pike and returned them to jail. Aboot 6:30 o'clock Tuesday eve- j J LYCEUM AND NEW LOWER PRICES STARK BROS. new 1921 price list enables me to offer the finest quality of Entertainment Course BEGINS Friday Night, Oct. 7 SIX BIG NUMBERS THE SINGERS and PLAYERS CLUB 1921 A Warm Room Dress In o Fruit Trees ORNAMENTAL AND PLANTS brought from the Argonne American buryiug ground in France, arrived prices save you Jiere Friday night and was taken t( money the home of his sister Mrs. Andrew Coyle. After services at Ttfrs. CoyleS home Snndnv afternoon conducted Write me or phone me I will bv Rev. C.L. Wilson, Chaplain ot be glad to call on you with full Bath Post No. 42 American Legion, particulars the b dy was taken in charge by tht CLIFFORD WILLS Legion and buried in full military honors at Owingsville cemetery bj Starks Bros, sales Representative Salt Lick, Ky. the side of his father, mother, one i brother and one sister. Eugene Sheehan was a son ot Daniel Sheehan and wife, both de ceased, and was born and reared l this place. He enlisted in the aniij at Addyston, Ohio, where he was employed nt the time. Ho was a mem her of Co. C, Fourth Infantry, Third Division U. S. A. He was killed ii. the Meuse Argonne offensive, Oi tob jr. 21, WIS, after having participatA 'COMPLETE ed in the Aisnc defensive, the Chani- defensive, the Aisne lague-Marn- c Manic offensive and the St. Millie' AND No rHore cold trips to the basement. No more dressing in a cold room. No more fires to build. No more big fuel bills. Thc EUGENE SHEEHAN. body of Eugene Sheehan, TREES, SHRUBS WILL BE HERE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th A COMPANY OF FOUR An evening of widely varied and instrumental solos.ensemble singing in gypsy costumes, impersonations and clever sketches. This will be a most interesting and unique en- at that POLE'C S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST HEATER and will stay airis absolutely tight. That is why it is guaranteed to hold jare for 36 hours without attention. air-tig- tertainment. GET YOUR SEASON TICKETS Season tickets for adults $2.00 six numbers;school children $1.00 for six numbers. And remember, every Cole's Hot Blast Heater is guaranteed to con- less fuel than any d sume underdraft stove of the same size. This means money" in your pocket one-thir- -- GROCERI AND LINK- OF - E CZ - I v Let us tell you more about this markable heater. re- am j . FRESH MEATS .. -- E.l. v & A. T. BYRON GROCERIES, FRESH CANDIES ETC. offensive. Kuircn Sheehan was u Catholic ii religion and was a young man of cx cellent moral character and is kindly remembered here by his school mates nnd associates. At the tinn of his death he was entitled to weal the Victory Ribbon with six stars each star representing a battle in which he had been engaged. lit ieems to have been very popular with his army comrades. Col. G. A. Hei 'icrt, commanding1 the 4tli Infantry, CURED MEATS beeves, just a little better mid sulci tlie price fresher "LTieTirought-OH-JjiiK- l is less. Give us a trial order. Your patronage will be appreciated, and prompt service is assured. Highest market price paid for country prod uce. Some-kille- d CO A L COAL Get our cash prices on, coal before b'uylng,. T. F. ALLEN & SON SALT LIOK DEPOSIT BANK Report of the condition of the Salt Lick Deposit Bank, doing bus iness at the town of Salt Lick, county of Bath, State of Kentucky, at the close 01 business bth day of Sept., 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured 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 Total LIABILITIES '. 7: , 1 THOMAS & THOMAS IN THE POCKET. writes Eugene's sister Mrs. Coyle "Herwas'a man among men a'mah's: iynn- - fujthful- inHmj purtjonnanrcoi lds'dut'icsandlo tlie Stiis'lreJioseC in him by you and yours and tht country he so nobly served." A large concourse of sympathizing 'i attended the funeral a burial. Eugene was 34 years old when he died. - ladies: and misses' J HEW FALL HATS We invite you to look them over. The styles are new our stock is new. You will be pleased with the hats and delighted with the low prices. Just received a shipment from New Tork City. It is to your advantage to see them. LACY-COON- S ' Asks Reduction of Assessment The heirs of Jas. BigstaiT, of Jit. Sterling, brought suit in Judge Atchison's court asking it reduction of the Tax Commissioner' valuation of 1,800 acres of land in! Bathe ounty. Tme laud is Flat Creek land and was assessed at $130 nn acre. Judge Atchison reduced this flO. an acre. This was unsatisfactory and the case was appealed t the Circuit Court. The ticket for City Councilmci. and Police Judge has been made up and the race is on in earnest. $215,542.99 1,921.53 44.450.00 16.967.08 6.574.34 000 , 4,511.54 000 000 & CO. $290,19313 30,000.00 10,000.00 14,985.71 227,071.'M 129.1T) . ANOTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES pro-'duct- s, In keeping with our other lines, namely, Ford can and we will make another reduction in prices on all Furniture, Buggies and Harness now on hand. Double cane seat chairs $ 6.00 a set ch 45-pou- ' Capital Stock, paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits less expenses and taxes paid $227,071.74 Deposits subject to check Due, Banks and Trust Companies Notes and Bills Rediscounted Unpaid Dividends ' Reserve for taxes Other Liabilities not included any of the above heads 5,860.36 000 00.00 2,146.52 $290,195.43 Total post iron beds 10.00 each cotton mattress 7.50 each Glass door double safe 12.00 each Hoozier kitchen cabinet 40.00 each ud May May May May May 1, 1, 1. 1. 1, 1920 price 14.00 each 1920 price 17,50 each 1920 price 55.00 each 1920 price $10.00 a set 1920 price 15.00 each STATE OF KENTUCKY Set. COUNTY OF BATH We, J. H. Campbell and Allen H. Toints President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. . k. n And all other goods reduced accordingly My commissipn expiiva ALL Subscribed and sworn to before me J. H. --- OAoELL n Pnfcidont, E POINTS, Cashier, t '. February 24. C. Jay of Sept., 1921. Notary Public. 1 K mm- - Sb3 iv- - i INTERESTING PfCTS Astiratns with fiber! as long as three feet is said ti be mlBe "4 In tlic rhlHppl-- C Sriahd of Lucen. A steamer aires the services of at least first-clas- y k ft I OWINGStV ILLE OUTLOOK. j. OWINGSVILLE, KY. ARRESTED AT HATE'S FUNERAL Ohio Woman Is Formally Charged With Huabahd'a Murder. ' NATIONAL HOLIDAY FOB ARMS MEETING COUNTRY-WID- SundaySchool IBy REV. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. Teacher of English Bible In Uio Moony umie mamma or cmcago.) WOMEN WHO CANNOT WORK 1 s ocean, re-"- l'JO 'firemen. It Is no rare occurrence for the condor to sinr to a height of four miles. On dark nlchts a white light can be seen farther than any other, but on light nights red takes the first place. The Chinese have a flower which Is white at night or In the shade and red In Uic sunlight. telescope, A which It Is claimed will be the largest In the world. Is to be erected at Vancouver, British Columbia. The lens will be ten feet In diameter. WHY SHIP IS "SHE" la. Here are some nnswers to the question, says Bethlehem Ship News: "Why do they call a ship a she?" If you ever tried to steer one you wouldn't ask. Because It takes so long to get them ready to go anywhere. They seed almost as much dolling up and painting as any woman you ever saw. A ship's gotta hare Its own way or It won't go. Aspirin . Name "Bayer" on Genuine 1 Take Aspirin only as told In each package of genuine Bayer Tablet! of Aspirin. Then yon will be following the direction! and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you see the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can take them without fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Bandy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcaddester of Advertisement. Cfltx, unlike politicians, give voice to the most decided utterances while on the fence. EASY TO KILL 'kaTS nd V a4y fw Us Batter Than Trrps Dlnceou U U Us(U(M IB (Terr toz. Kata.-OOaekraaekaa, Act ana carrun of vrspartr ana am Wiwitafi arauor looo pests Jlxtru Putt torcn -l-saaaa. Smnu I Iiom tba bnlldl f for waur asa f ret all. to nu KcasalUQ. SdOBTlackK UtaUa." bay It. V. 8. Qorsrni-s- nt ea. MICE STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE rc,u.c- -- ul tr r - Buy That Vr an otd . estkbUah- e- and reliable AH Maea and makta at prleta rU la that An rtx-- t- VUlt oar factory and look Used Motor Truck From Us yon them cter, or writ tpr prices. THE G. A. BCHACHT KOTOB TRUCK CO. Factory Sth and Evans 8ts Cincinnati. Ohio Bend tor JTre eepy American Homeaeeker-IXracrlpttolprle tarma. ranchra. raw landa k&anr atalea. owners' naraea and addreaaea. AMERICAN Omaha. Neb. lttfc and ruaiB Homeseekeri, Attention 1 Clear Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum S 23c, Ciut 2S aai S9t, TaU Sc. lMa BiTmlmi- - Mar V Ltaeaeii Hsals Sore, BaatCkaM, Sde and allere pain. Cats, aVmaeo, Itlaa Doaa not blister or remove ui Gemote tba hair and boras can ba worked, fcUO a bottle, Describe roar case for special Instruction! and ttaaaant to nee. Books A tree W.F.TeeatUOlOTemfUSuSjraltsa. NO rAT TILL CURED Jenkln febool tor TcfeetlTa Speech; ape etauertne. end atralned volcea, atam-marin- MRS. LENI MeWHORTER JENrlaltlee. KINS. LOST CREEK. WEST VIRGINIA. Wisfirn Canada Kfirs HMttfi imI Wttitfc to thonaaTVe of borne aeekera and their faml-bwho bare eta-t-ed on ber FREE homesteads or boafht tend at attractive prices. Ther hare eaubuabed their own borne and eecored proe-periIn the treat and lndeper-nce- . orthe prairie proriacea there ta at&l,to be bad oaesay tcexsa land similar to that which through many yeara has yielded trosa 20 to 45 bashcle ei wheat to ebe acre oiti. barley and flu also in sreat abundance, while raisins linrere. cattle, ahecp and boss b) equally profitable. Hundreds of farmers in Western Canada hsre raised cropa in a single season worth roore than the whole coet of their land. Healthful cllmitc. good neighbors, churches, scboola, rural telephone. markers aad ahmpinc facilities. The climate and soil OBcr inducementa for almost rrery branch of SaTicatture. The advantage for Farffc UM ti $16 to $31 m Awe WalryUtg, Mixed Fanning mI Staek Ratelnc nake a tremendous appeal to industrkrcs aeeUers wiahiag to iropTore their circusv stances For certificate entitllnti yov to reduced railway rates. Illustrated ureratnre. mass, aeaenpaon at aim uwwrtunlties m Manrtnhs. Saa. aatc&ewan, Aioerta ana tsrv tttb Cotarsbte. etc, writ B. II K. tetonKTsaASHatias BU. W.tlTHtY laii.n bn yf. t. U CINCINNATI, NO. 39-1- 92! Akron, O. Mrs. Minnie L. Derr, Read Mrs. Corley's Letter and widow of Aivin R. Derr. secretary and Benefit by Her Experience nix. western Newspaper union.! treasurer of the Derr Bros. Sales Co., Edmund, S.C. "I was run down with Washington. Armistice Day, Nov. is under arrest formally charged with LESSON FOR OCTOBER 2 nervousness and female trouble and suf , on which the Washington confer her husband's murder. fered every month. ence on limitation of armament will I was not able to do Police say she confessed to throwPAUL IN CORINTH. any work and tried a convene. Is to be proclaimed a nation ing the acid which caused his detth. lot of medicine, but LESSON TEXT Acta al holiday. got no relief. I saw Irs. Derr was arrested at her home, GOLDEN TEXT- -I determined not to Country-wid- e observance. In meet save Jesus your medicine adver otter avenue, while the funeral know anything among you. Cor. 2:2. ings of lahnr wnmi Christ, and him crucified. I tised in a nme dook nnd i being held. REFEHENCE JIATEKIAL I Cor. Z:l-that was thrown in :12; II Co. 11:7-and I mv door, and I had 9 was in bed in an upstairs room ne and Tentmak PRIMARY TOPIC posec not taken two bottles arrested, having been burned by Teaching. 's of Lydia E. tial p JUNIOR TOPIC Paul Worklns and at the time her husband suffered Vegetable Preaching in Corinth. Wh burns. Compound before 1 INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC the si r, who was 42, was burned by could see itwas help Teaching and Tentmaklnic In Corinth. tho c 1UU.NU PEOPUE AND ADULT TUriU ing me. I am keeping house now and he slept in his home, is the ir. Paul In a Commercial Center. am able to do ail of my work. I cannot lowing her arrest, Mrs. Derr, who say enough for your medicine. It has which was taken to the office of County The establishment of the church at more for me than any doctor. I make jcutor Arthur Doyle, where, Is an example of missionary Corinth have not paper enough to Uil you how of the announce, she confessed to endeavor much it has done for me and for my for all ages. The method stand ring the acid. friends. Yon may print this letter if employed, which resulted in success Amerl you wish." did not mean to kill htm. I only then, will result in success now. Elizabeth C Corlet, etery care of A. P. Corley, Edmund, S. ed to make him suffer a little for I. The True Missionary Method Ability to stand the strain of work is tomac he suffering he has caused me (vv. the privilege of the strong and healthy. The igh his unfaithfulness," Mrs. Derr Paul came to Corinth a stranger In out bow our hearts ache lor the weaK closed oted by authorities as saying. strange city. He did not have an and sickly women struggling with their tho c . four children, her husband's advi-ncagent to do his advertising: daily rounds of household duties, with lion w rs, with whom he was assocl-i- neither did he have his photograph backaches, headaches, nervousness and Frlda almost every movement brings a new business, and several men in put in the dally paper with sensa ourn ljolnlng room heard Mrs. Derr tional announcements, upon his arrival pain. Why will not the mass oi letters from women all over this country, which in ho n her confession. In Corinth. He did not have a trained we have been publishing, convince such dead i :ordlng to Coroner Howard Kent slngur with him ; neither did he have women that Lydia E. Pinkham a Vegesesslo acid by Derr while his salary guaranteed. His method In table Compound will help them just as ition of the tial no pt caused it to kill him. gaining a foothold In Corinth was as surely as it did Mrs. Corley? nlng c follows : Thu Discriminating. 1. Finding a home (v. 2). This he HIM REWARD confer fERY BRINGS At a church lawn social, at which found with Aqulla nnd Prlscllla, Jews lean I who were recently expelled from most of the candles consisted of homehad b( made fudge given by the ladles of the of Attempted Holdup Is Told by Rome by the cruel edict of Claudius. cerem Being Jews, he found natural affllnlty church, a little miss was having difBy7JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. tho sa( Postmaster General Hays. ficulty In selecting the fifth penny's with them. venlni. OU presumably know, ns 2. He tolled for his dally bread worth of candy to complete her pur The, nil good Americans should, ihlngton. A group of listeners (v. S). He was of the same craft chase. The saleslady, wishing to help trlbut her to decide. Inquired If she would that Buffalo Bill, Col. Wili thrilling trip back to the days with them, being tentmakera. Every ono a like some "of this nice, white fudge." liam F. Cody, is burled on Nick Carter child among the Jews was taught The little girl gave one look at it, andf amond Dick and be de Lookout Mountain In the some trade by means of which be dler Postmaster General Will H. Hays could gain a livelihood should occa- said: "Ugh, no, I believe my mamma Front range of the Colorah do Rockies. cabinet officer related the de- - sion require. One of the rabbis said made that." An But do you know that f the most recent attempted thnt he who failed to. teach his boy bo cr more people visit Buffalo RECOMMEND WHY DRUGGISTS mail holdup, which occurred a trade taught him to steal. tho c Bill's grave each year than . Preachina In the Synaaoaue at i KoffWorth, Tex., and the bravery Hon, .Uauaiiun, at -j go to the graves of WashSWAMP-ROO- T Corinth (vv. as the ltry pauses In its activities of a mail service clerk which has re ington and Lincoln? Well, 1. Though compelled to toll for a American forum and sulted In his being summoned to living and it IS BO. And there appears co be while getting a foothold In altar risen the prayer, common to tho Washington to receive a reward. For many years druggists haTe watched ground for the statement that within Corinth, he did not lose sight of his with much interest the remarkabli record statesmen who will assemble by the Bill's grave will a few years Buffalo main work (v. 4). He reasoned In maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swaup-RooDiscovery in advance of the plans Arlington grave, that the sacrifice grave In the world. be the the F.vnncngue every Sabbath, persuad the great kidney, liver and bladdtr mediot the bandits, substitution of commemorated may be the last. This Is the way of it: The city and P l.f. i,i",ffifi-.rT-cine. dummy mall for the actual currency ing the Jews and Greeks. In this recounty of Denver have established the spect he was Carey, visory commission, erected the muIt is a physician's prescription. Washington. The tentative agenda which was to be carried on the train, cobbler. Whenlike William asked the Denver Mountain parks, lying between grave, this painting will be done into seum building In Swamp-Roo- t Carey was is a strengthening medi what accordance with nn here the city and the peaks of the conti- bronze. The photograph given eques- agreement wllh Johnny Baker, the which the United States has transmit- gun play in the mail car and at the his business was be replied that cine. It helps the kidneys, liver ana Diaa- crossing, where a second bandit was nental divide. There nre 3.23C acres; with gives an idea of how the sur- world champion shotgun and rllle shot, ted to the principal powers who will preaching the gospel was his business. der do the work nature intended they participate in the conference on limi to receive the loot from the car the cost has been $477,S50; there are trian statue will fit In with the but that he cobbled to make expenses. should do. who was with Colonel Cody In ills Swamp-Roo- t tation of armament and Pacific and far these figure In the recital, and the 50 miles of roads. Lookout Mountain roundings. has stood the test of years., Paintings of frontier life done for show business from the time that Ba eastern questions suggests on broad deaths of two robbers, one ot whom While the missionary should not be It is sold by all druggists on its merit'' Is one of the scenic features of these' above honest toll when necessity years old. Mr. Baker seven rejoiced In the alias of Indian Charlie, kidney should help you. No parks. The main automobile road, of Buffalo Bill by noted artists in accord- ker was the building ns a concession lines subjects for consideration. arises, he should not allow toll to and it has to marry friends.otlier operates medicine Foreign offices to whom it had been complete the tale. which the Lariat trail is a part, climbs ance with his descriptions of scenes but no admission Is ever to be charge and start Be sure to get Swamp-RoThroughout the story Alvin S. Page, Interfere with the preaching of the sent havo been Informed that it is es- -' to its summit. Buffalo Bill's grave Is nnd incidents. gospel. treatment at once. The scalp of Yellow Hand nnd the to the Buffalo BUI museum. sentlally suggestive and subject to assistant chief clerk of the railway on the east slope of Lookout MounHis activity wns Increased when However, if you wish first t test this mall service at Fort Worth, who acted Aside from the historical nnd ro amendments or additions. tain, and is easily reached by a road knife with which Buffalo Bill killed Dr. as messenger In the car and allowed Silas and Timothy came (v. 5). This great preparation fend ten-- cents tofor a An outline of the agenda follows: that turns out at the Golden reservoir the chief and lifted his scalp. Yellow mantic interest attached to the build resulted from three 4 Co.. Binghamton, himself to be ''stuck up," although he brought good news causes: (1) They Kilmer bottle. When writinz N. sure and 1 Limitation of naval armament. on the summit. Close by the grave Hand was a noted Cheyenne chief who Inu through the collection, the struc be from the church at sample 2 Rules for control of now agencies knew the bandits planned to kill him the city has established a Buffalo BUI took part In the Sioux war of 1870. ture Itself Is so absolutely suited to Thessalonlca (I Thess. 3:6). To hear mention this paper. Adrertlso nent. Buffalo Bill wns serving as a govern- the purpose for which It was designed, of warfare. is the hero. museum. In the summer of 1021 apof the steadfastness of those who had 3 Limitation of land armament. proximately 350,000 visitors entered ment scout. At the battle of Indian that It seems to have been Inspired. FJrofit and Loss. confessed Christ' under our ministry Creek the scout and the chief met in The structure is built of undressed First Tramp I'm :ure hungry. How 4 Questions relating to China: (a) the gates of the Denver Mountain (2) TORNADO SWEEPS OHIO CITY puts new vigor Into our labors. personal combat In full view of the nine iocs, covered with hand-spl- l parks. Of these visitors about Territorial integrity, (b) administraThey brought pecuniary gifts from the kin we git a bite to eat? ya. I'll give Second Tramp I'll tell was from other states. Most contending forces. In those days It shingles. The crowning feature of the tive integrity, (c) open door, (d) conMacedonian churches (Philip. 4:15; pf these visitors was the proper thing for a victor to buildlnc from an architectural stanu cessions, monopolies and other eco- Several Are Hurt; Property Damaoe II Cor. 11 :0). Being relieved from the ya a black eye. couut ids coups"; hence the scalp, point, Is the remarkable use made of nomic privileges, (e) development of First Tramp A oiacK eye z vnat stopped to see the grave and the munecessity of toll for a living, they now Estimated at $300,000. The gun used by Sitting Bull In gnarled and curved logs ana urancues, railways, (f) preferential railroad seum. So much for the present. could devote more time and energy for? Second Tramp Sure, ther yon run The tourist business of the scenic the battle of the "Little Big Ilorn ; Sit stumps and roots of trees. There Is rates, (g) status of existing committo the preaching of the gospel. (3) O. A tornado which Zaneavllle, nnd ask that old lady In tiiat house West Is Increasing tremendously year ting Bull's scalp, shirt and peace pipe. probably no chandelier In the world ments. Timothy became assistants over yonder for a piece of ra v meat to wns the famous so unique ns that which hangs from wept down Main street ot this .city Silas and by year. Denver is geographically the Sitting. Bull (1837-90- ) 5 Questions relating to Siberia. to Paul In the work, thereby strength y celling of the uepee, C gateway to this scenic West with Its Sioux chief who led 'the 0,000 Indians the Mandated islands. did property damage estimated at ening his hands so as to enable him put on It. who, wiped out Gen. George A. Custer, twelve national parks and thlrtr-tw- o Heads and skins of wild anlmnls nearly $300,000, Injured several per to Rccentunte ms errons. The Reason, national monuments. It Is the starting ana ins - men in i&iu. lie escaped hang from the walls and balcony rails, 8. Paul opposed (v. G). ills In sons, then jumped over the remainder "Was his bankruptcy due to a lack to Canada, returned In 1800 and was Two snarling wolves' heads gleam MORE MEN EMPLOYED IN rlnt of the National of brains?" "Xes a lack ml a lass." city and spent its force In the creased .activity was met with In highuar. Most visitors to Denver In killed In an attempt to rescue him from recesses In the great stone Are NINE MAJOR INDUSTRIES of the creased opposition. This can always Wayside Talcs. from arrest country. the summer drive through the Denver place. At the entrance nn ancient buf be expected. "Lucretla Borgia," the rifle which fulo skull, with the skin nnd hnir part Mountain park:.. So, as the tourists That comparatively few persons 4. Paul announces his purpose to Washington. The number of per were injured and none killed Is due turn to grow In numbers, visitors to Buf gave Buffalo BUI Ills name. When the lv adhering, bears the legend, "The the Gentiles (v. 0). Because sons employed In nine major indus Union Pacific was being built the Last of the Buffalo." falo Bill's grave will racrease. to the fact that a terrific rain storm of their blashphemy and opposition he tries showed increases in August over The Buffalo' Bill museum on Look' scout made a contract with the railpreceded the tornado, ceased to work among the Jews. Aside from the museum features 3Wir, while decreases occurred In five, Immediately out mountain was opened to the pub road company to furnish Its laborers sending into business houses and hall There Is a time when good Judgment Pahaska TepeD. Oils, lic last Memorial day. The park offi with meat. In eighteen months, 1SC7- fn" t im TTfJiTualn parks! For several according to figures made public by ways members of the noonday crowd causes one to abandon work where cials report that It, In connexion with 8. Buffalo Bill Is snld to have kllftwi years the park authorities of Denver the department of labor. going to and from lunch. efforts have been fruitless, but It is Iron and steel industries, with 97,902 Buffalo Bill's grave, has to be 4,350 buffalo wMJi this title In carry-- i have been desirous of cstauiisning a when to do It. While the storm which hit this city . .. i . persons employed in July, increased to lost its force just outside the city lim difficult to know Just uui uia cumruiu the most popular feature of hmonn In Lookout fW 5. He did not go far away (r. 7) somewhere UW1 I Buffalo Bill's guns, saddles, bridles pavilion 102.698, or 4.9 per cent. Manufactur tain parks this' last summer. in Ohio river and He remained sufficiently near that Mountain park, equipped with n em its, torrential rains F&haska Tepee is the official name nnd personal ornaments, Including restaurant, for ers of hosiery and underwear, who popular-price- d other eastern Ohio towns worked those whose hearts God touched could ployed 26,739 in July, had 28,200 em of the Buffalo Bill museum. The name many gifts made to him by Indian Hat the convenience of Denver's Residents ployes in August. Men's ready made heavy damage to property, including easily find him. It Is likewise true heads In Is well taken. "Pahaska" Is the name chiefs and by crowned transportation systems. Relief thnt although Christ Is obliged to deand guests. clothing employes, who numbered 32,- given Buffalo Bill by the Sioux In Europe. The original estimate of, $200,000 part from the soul that refuses Him Fronting the plains Is nn immense G93 In July, had Increased 34,313 in Mementoes of the tours of the "Wild dlans. The word means "Long Ilalr. NS LL-Aproperty loss here will be exceeded. entrance, He lingers with yearning balcony from which, with a pair of August. Boots and shoes increased because Investigation shows The building Is typically mountain West Show" in Europe. that love around that heart. Now, lest the younger generation field glasses, one may look Into the from 60,307 to 63,200 during the many buildings which were unroofed style in construction, within It are C His success (v. 8). Crlspus. the Kanmonth. housed the personal relics and collec should think of Buffalo Bill ns merely states of Wyoming. Nebraska and wholly or In part were so shaken by cblef ruler of the synagogue, was eon WOMEN IN OTHER LANDS sas, the states that, with Colorado, The automobile industry showed the tions of Buffalo Bill. This was mad,e an Indian fighter, buffalo killer and Perhaps the severity of his grounds of Buf- largest decrease, dropping from 78,908 the wind that walls will have to be verted. possinie icrougn me interest ana gen showman, here nre the principal facts were the stamping away from them action In turning repaired or, In some cases, rebuilt. Italian women make 45 varieties of eroslty of his widow, Mrs. Louisa M. In his life. In brief: Born In 184G In falo Bill during his life as hunter and in July to 74,283 in August. The next Pressure macaroni. moved Crlspus to action. Cody, to whom nearly the whole collec Scott county, Iown; 1SG0, "Pony Ex- government scout. Denver stretches largest decrease was in bituminous for Immediate decision Is helpful to on tion belongs. And the crowning touch press" rider; 18C1-5- , cavalry scout for out on the plains, ten miles distant coal mining which dropped to 21,415 BLAST GUSES MANY DEATHS somc they realize It Is now or never. Among the Bechuanas women are museum Is (he fact that Johnny the Union In Civil war; 1S72, member nn airline, nnd at night the lights of in August from 21.754 in July. of the Many others followed the example of forbidden to touch the cattle. the city, winking In unison with the 1S00-1- , Baker Is In charge of It yes: the very Nebraska legislature; brigadier In eleven of the fourteen Industries Crlspus. Paul varied from his usual diamond-studde- d same world's champion shotgun and general Nebraska .National Guard In stars above, blaze In n wide the amount of money paid to .employes Wrecks Town and Spreads Destruc custom and baptized Crlspus (I Cor. Ninety-nin- e per cent of the women bank from north to south. increased in August over the nmounts rifle shot who was Buffalo Bill's right Indian wars; 1801, organized Wild tion on Every Hand. 1:14). ' Is superlative either by day paid in July. of India are totally Illiterate. band man so many years In the show West show; 1001, president of Cody The view III. Paul's Vision tw. business. Military college, Wyoming; Judge ad- or rilght ; there are few views in AmerGermany. A great exploMayence, Ills experiences since coming to En More than 30,000 women In Austria Certnln it is that np American young' vocate general of Wyoming, National ica more interesting and Impressive. MAN WHO KILLED WIFE sion at the chemical products plant of rope were very trying. He needed cn are members of trades unions. ter to say nothing of the grownups Guard; president Shoshone Irrigation a monument to Colonel Eventually i Co. at couragement at this time. It Is 'Just can pass by Pahaska Tepee without company; author of five books written f!odv Is to be erected nt his grave. The DIES IN ELECTRIC CHAIR the Badlsche Anlllnfabrlk like the Lord to come at the time of Santiago. Chill, has one high school, ODDau. on the Rhine, wrecked the was raisstopping. The museum houses a de- between 1870 nnd 1010. Cody Memorial association the servant's greatest need. Note the attended by more than 1,500 girls. cidedly interesting collection. Some spread death and destruc Lord's words to him: Municipal Facts, an official Denver ing funds for this purpose when Amer Columbus, O. The state of Oho town and of these are: publication, gives the following infor ica entered the war ana, oi course, me early in 1. "Be not afraid." When one Is the morning took the life o' tion on every hand, Women barbers are numerous In the The more Important paintings of mation of Pahaska Tepee and Its pur- movement, like many similar ones Andy Davy in expiation for the crime' The number of killed is variously executing the commission of the Lord larger towns and cities of Sweden. Buffalo Bill. Among these Is the Pap- - pose: throughout the country, had to be of wife murder without the formality Estimated at from 1,000 to 1,500, and he need not be nfrald. pacena equestrian portrait, presented The city qf Denver, largely through abandoned for the time being. It Is 2. "Speak, and hold not thy peace. by jury, guaranteed by the the Injured close to 2,000. Girls of the island of Rhodes are to the dty of Denver. When the mon the Instrumentality of YV. F. It. Mills, expected that the association will now of a trial The town of Oppau is a scene of The one who has heard the voice of skillful tmnriners and excellent divers. constitution. It is the first time in the ument is erected over Buffalo Bill's chairman or the mountain parks ad' revive the project desolation, more than a third ot God cannot refrain from speaking state's history that the state has taken uttev cannot be still. life wlhout guilt being established by the bouses having been completely for girls In CopenhaThe "I am with thee." The Lord Is gen are schools among the finest In Euwhile the roofs of the others times placed a ball near tho Hp of the allowed, and sometimes they become a Jury of twelve citizens. rated everyone who faithfully carriei But the state was not guilty of de- were fewept off as If by a whirlwind. --with rope. hole and ten others nt Intervals behind so "copious," as practically to amount autj to commission. It; then beginning with the tenth ball to a complete address. If the member nying Davy his constitutional right of Here set on thee to hurt o man shall The young Australian golfer J. II. he lofts them one after the oilier over who attempts to read n speech is trial by jury. He chose to take his Jured. The busy mother In Guiana buries The one sent by the Lord to do The Klrkwood Is something of a wizard the stymie nnd into the hole. He be- "young," that Is. Is new to the house, chances with the court and entered a t Is immune from danger and her baby up to the waist In sand while homicide. He pressu with the ball and clubs besides being gan his golfing career as a caddie nnd and especially if he Is making his general plea of guilty of she works. until his work Is done. s golfer In the ordinary t the age of sixteen was appointed first effort, the house Is usually Indul- could have had a jury trial had he the wl a I have much people In this city.' way. Ills tricks Include driving a ball professional at Brisbane. Manchester gent, permitting him to go on, pro asked for it. Judge E. B. KInkead, in being The women of Lapland axe the nost encouraging to know that Whe off the face of a wntcli without touch- Guardian. vided he somewhat conceals the fact fixing the degree of crime, found Davy shortest of the species, averaging four J great cities the Lord has His ing the glass. lie can raise the ball feet nine Inches In height. that ho Is reading by keeping his guilty of murder in the first degree a funn Eople and that the one who' goes from the ground with his niblick and Must Not Read' Speech. manuscript on his desk nnd not making without mercy and sentenced him to and I i name shall have fruit for his twistec catch It In Its fall without changing The rule In the British house of n display of it. Such breach of the be electrocuted. Many Finnish women find employDavy, a resident ot Columbus, killed descrlr, his stance. lie has driven a ball from commons Is that speeches cannot be rule Is winked nt. The rule, however, ment in the sawmills, where they perwho was also his distant nnder a man's boot toe. lie has at read. However, "copious notes" are Is no read speeches. his wife, Grace, form labor equal to that of the men. Those Three Good Men. a wall aunt, on Aug. 20, 1920. word ot the Lord came again me, saying, son of man. when NE Famous Theatrical "Fake." Jobless Men Are Attacked. Good Advertising Idea. the Balkans. ofThere are, In partlca nd sinncth against me by trcs boy successlocomotives, railway lar, displays Was A seventeen-year-ol- d Now York. Thousands of persons g grevlously, then will I stretch wagons. Iron goods of all xorts, por in the vicinity of Bryant park wit- Patrlc: fully "faked" a Shakespeare play. He Imp hand upon It, and will break An extension of the business con celain, glass, shoes, mineral oils, but- nessed a brutal attack by a policeman been r was AVllllam II. Ireland, who lived In aft of the bread, thereof, and London about a century ago. Toung ducted by the Prague sample fair Is, tons, linen and textile wares nnd many on forty Jobless men who had gathered to be c nd famine upon It nnd will cut tore the fly leaves from old the exposition special train, which sorts of machinery and jewelry. Com- about six elderly women in the park rank o Ireland ,n nnd beast from U: though sandwiches, cakes and crul- ' The books, concocted an Ink that looked has been making a complete tcur of merce Iteports. Bright eyes, a clear skin an a body to accept three men Noah, Daniel, and full of youth and health may be forged Shakespeare's signa- the Balkan states. The Itinerary Infaded, and lers from them. Persons who wit- served ire In It. they would they should The Real Question. ture to a play that he wrote to fool cludes Bouraanla, Bulgaria and Jugoyours if you will keep your system nessed tho attack of the police the day tlonar; but their own souls by their The play was actually slavia. The cars contain sample dis"Do you think young people should before on hundreds of unemployed surprli his father. in order by regularly taking usness. salth tlw Lord. Eze- plays, such ns were cxhlbllted at the study the classics?" presented by the great actor, Kemble, His men gathered in the park for the 1:12-1replied Professoi "Undoubtedly," nnd would have continued on its own recent fair in Prague and consist of "auction sale" of Jobles men and wom- tlnuall i n cently merits had not the- tragedian "horsed" those products of Czechoslovak Indus- Illhrow. "But how are you going tc en and the distribution ot food by Portuguese Red Cross. the lines, which he believed bogus. try which nre normally exported to make 'em do It 5' Le Doux (Mr. Zero), declared the asked .Portuguese Red Cross took an ser was even 1633 justified. air attack part in aiding the wounded dur Most of the collection was looted over the Himalayas and forced EXHIBITS A TIBETAN SHRINE Tibe troubles of last year i Internal from Tibetan temples by a Chinese tan recognition of the British empire. RIDDLES. n 200 and S00 wounded, boih Here which penetrated Tibet The central figure is that of Padma York Museum Shows Figure of expedition The world's standard remedy for kidney, New ) and civilian, were transport When Is n newspaper like a delicate money after the British undrr Sir Francis (teacher) Sambhava, the first teacher liver, bladder and otic add troubles, tha Buddhist Saint of Olden Its stretcher bearers for treat In Pad l'ouughusband had left Lhassa. the of Buddhism In Tibet 600 years ago. person? When It appears weekly. enemies of life and looks. In use sines Time. Its first aid emergency ports. f Where did Napoleon stand when he that?" 16S& All druggists, three sizes. Forbidden City. Alexander Scott, a raama &aniDiiava wears a miter tipped thj "I landed at St. Helena? On his feet. temple British artist who made his home for wrin a vultures feather. The vulLook for naraa Coll Me-- al on ersry box York. A Tibetan New A Mild Inducement. When does a fanner change the to spei and accept no imitation years at Darjeellng. Udia, ture being the highest flyer of the shrine, complete in every detail; has twenty-siwe say in our ad What shall color of his horses? When he opens meek ! placed on temporary exhibition on the highway to Tibet, owns the birds, the feather indicates that the TREATED ONE aent for a cook? the field gate and turns them in to WEEK FREE American Museum of Natural greater part of the collection. He had doctrine of this saint is the highest graze -- Say m the that we will take her to (grays). Short fcmttWi. History, and for the first time students wheedled his way into the country and ana amer resort she may prefer. "I sn kind of meat is never cheap? What He r din ale. hours? of Tibetan culture nre' enabled to study was on familiar terms with Tibetan Transcript; Venison, )t is always deer. But they auces i' Maine attracts more summer visitors say you the influences of Indian and Chinese lamas and priests before the Young, "Whj shouldn't buy lamb when it is husband expedition fought its way than any other state in the Union. eotira avium.- culture on Tibetan religious art. "The: cheap (sheep) or it will be hard to there." chew, 18:1-2Pink-ham1 OBSERVANCE OF DAY WHEN DELEGATES FROM NATIONS CONVENE. E Lesson ' r. W J au-ti- a ). e n 1 Y ). fronv-jVer- y t, most-visite- d r see one-quart-er two-stor- rark-to-Par- k re Sure BE Ibfor Relief pn-ve- high-clas- s, 6 Beilans vrater Sure indigestion ). 1 T Golfer's. Trick Strokes, a 7tH first-clas- Women Made Yonng i V : - Ur-bai- GOLD MEDAL B5 ' x ta 'i ' ,a4i . DROPSY, fad,TOf....A,f!IJ?J..W H.. An!Vn. .. .?vlP ?...:-M- r a&3 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE, KY. i - 625,000 BOTTLES ak and Miserable? n the niche, ng; SOLD IN NEW YORK Biggeat Thing of Kind Ever Seen in That State, Declares Bio Wholesaler. The fact that (525,000 bottles of Tnn. lac have been sold In the stnte of New York since its Introduction there less than one year ago. Is a big business Item that will attract unusual attention throughout the entire Kast, for nothing like It has ever happened before. It breaks all records. Mr. George Ft. Evans, manager of Company, the the Gibson-Snodruggists, with wholesale branches In Albany, Buffalo, Itoches-teand Syracuse, recently announced that the preparation was now selling In their trade territories nlone nt the phenomenal rate of approximately well-knowr 500,-00- Tlie 9, lameness, headaches, dialiand kidney irregularities! Sick jntya are often to blame for this atate. ou muit act quickly to ferent more aerioni trouble. Ute joan't Kiinrv PiUt, the remedy everywhere by grateful -- uera. Ask your neighlort Irstt exertion tire yon out! worried and hire daily ?3 JQCQF THE An Ohio Cass Mrs. W IL Cooke. Kl Collera St.. East Uverpool. Ohio. "I had auch harp pnina In my back and my back felt aa tboueh it were cotnjc to break tn two. My nerves were In bad condl-tlo- n and I had dlzxy spella. My ktdneya acted too freely. A friend tna to ue told Kldner Pills Doan'a tried them. Doan'a cured me." ): 7 Oft I) THE, oTJcANGE CASEy CAVENDISH lULUo lleAI lUNi ttCZr O O RANDALL PARftlSH AUIHWOr t 11 v ;-- " ... COPYRIGHT. BV bottles a year. "If the present rate continues," said CHAPTER X Continued. Mr. Evans, "tills state alone will prob'Sod X 15 ably require considerably over 700,000 Cet Doaa'a at Jbr Stera, 60e a Box Sly glance wnmloring about the bottles a year. This Is a tremendous figure, but I am really conservative In room nlmlcs.sly fell upon the vnllse In one corner. It was Jut where I re making this statement." CO, BUFFALO. M. Y. Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists membered leaving it when I went out. yet I saw which surely everywhere. Advertisement. resembled n slash In the leather. I PALMER'S "SHOWING was OFF' THE COLONEL crossed over, niul bent down; It runa slash, the clean cut of a knife, LOTION SOUP Storekeeper Had Eye for Business In ning from end to end, penetrating CONTAINS THE through both leather nnd cloth. Who WONDERFUL Keeping Customer ever hnd done the deeil lind been un- PALMER'S LOTION Waiting for Attention. asssssHss nble to operate the look, and had AND I USE IT. A woman In a small town asked her fsed the blade as a Inst reort, slitALL DRUGGISTS. husband, Colonel Blank, to call In at ting the entire bag wide open. I In ouaiUMms by the dairy when passing to order some serted my hand nnd felt within; noth SOLON PALMER new-lai- d eggs. After making a brief ing seemed missing, or greatly dismwTOan demur the colonel yielded. A little turbed. I explored to the bottom, nnd later he called at the shop In question, then sprang to my feet In stnrtled quite a small and unimportant estab- nmnzement the dagger I had con cealed there was gone! lishment on a back street Good Oodl what could be the mean Two or three minutes passed; then, as no one came to serve him, the colo- ing of this? She hnd worn that orna nel gave a gentle knock on the coun- ment in her hat openly, purposely, to ter. This had no effect; so a smart fool me Into believing her Innocent. d There eould he no other explanation. double jnp was given. Then a youngster put his head around She hnd confessed being at the hotel, the door and announced, "Father's seeking to locate me, and the number of my room. What would prevent her PLUG TOBACCO By the time the father arrived the coming up here unobserved, then, while I was out. and gaining entrance? colonel was boiling with rage. Known "What do you mean by keeping me And who else would have any reason waiting all this timer he roared. to thus search through my things, nnd "Very sorry, sir," said the mau "but abstract this Important evidence of you see It's like this. You're the very crime 1 Qn you, mnn that I've had In first Yet how did fIic know I hnd It? my shop, and as there were a lot of How did she even suspect I was the will know wliy people passing by I thought what n first to discover the dead body, nnd good advertisement you was weapbear nway with me the there," Philadelphia Tubllc Led- on with which Alva had been mur.NOT A CASE FOR SURGEON ger. I had no means of knowing dered? bow only she alone had special rea Ambitious Medical Student Wat Sllght-- t CATARRHAL DEAFNESS son to regain possession of that knife. ly Too Precipitate In Jumping la creatly relieved by constitutional treat And she had even dared later to flaunt to His Conclusions. ment HALL'S CATAIUUI MEDICINE It In my very face, to show It to me Is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal conDeafness Is After the first crash,' Imparted dition of the caused by an inflamedEusta- In her possession. Just as though It mucous linlnr of the the iSr-st hospital surgeon to the sec- chian Tube. When this tube la Inflamed had never passed out of her hands! a ond, "I ran over to where It lay on you hav andrumbllnrit sound or Imperfect Here was revealed a depth of duplicila entirely closed when the pavement: and when I raised it hearinc Is the result Unless the In- ty, a criminal audacity, riot to be ex Deafness flammation can be reduced, your hearinc pressed In words; this soft spoken up, I saw at once that Its ribs were may be destroyed forever. HALL'S smashed, while a gaping hole was CATARRH MEDICINE acta through the girl, this woman to whom I knew I had given my heart, stood revealed blood on the mucous surfaces of the systorn In Its " tem, thus reduclnr the Inflammation and "Pardon me, doctor," broke In the assisting; Nature In restoring normal con- now In all her hldeousness a murderess, a thief, n scheming criminal, medical student, who had caught ditions. these words as he was about to pass Circulars free.& All Drurrfata. Ohio. Ad- coolly concealing the trail of her crime, Co., Toledo. F. J. Cheney and using her very cliarms of face by into the consumptive ward, "but vertisement. and manner to conceal from roe her If you have no objections rd like to take a few notes on that accident HAD THE COLORS OF BOTH true nature. Perhaps she would see me again case." He pulled Ms notebook from his Young Lady, It Might Be Imagined, perhaps I The lie was yet warm upon pockcL "Was the case a child her lips. She hnd gone nway laugh would Be Noticeable in "No," the surgeon Informed him to ing at the simpleton who had believed Any Company. his embarrassmedL "I was speaking her, the dupe who had so easily been of my umbrella." Science and Invendeceived by her smiles. The chances Some alumni folks In Philadelphia tion. were she had disappeared already, were getting up a social function, when the secretary happened to men- vanished, left Uie city, nssured that In Different Classes. tion to one of the members the fact no evidence now remained behind to A visitor In an Australian home In- that a young woman from Boston ever connect her with this tergble af quired of his host's "little son: "Do named HIgglns would attend. fair. She cored nothing for me I you go to school now?" "Hlgglns Isn't a very attractive had been a mere tool, pliant in her "Yes, sir." name," he said, "but the girl herself hand I remained merely In her mem"And what do yon learn reading, Is a beauty." ory as something to laugh about anwriting, snmsF "How shall I know herl" asked the other victim, n blind, groping fool, with v "Oh, yes, and I learn religion, too." other Interested at once. whom she had played to her heart's "Bellglonr "Well." said the secretary, "she's desire." "Yes, I learn the little religion which the only girl I know with Yale eyes I sat with my head In my hands teaches that we all come from Adam. and a Harvard complexion." staring at the mutilated bag, racked But my older brother Is tn a higher with anger and misery. I had been class; he learns the big religion, and Another Smart Youngster. easy, a mark of derision nnd ridicule; that teaches that we all come from Mr. and Mrs. Jones had been In- a mere screen for her to hide behind, monkeys." Boston Transcript vited to a friend's borne for tea, and while her accomplice. If sin, wi nno the time had arrived for preparing for sr Useful Statistics. the Tlslt BO "I suppose Senator Snortsworthy "Come along, dearie," said Mrs. ha bos had n great deal of experience Jones to her d son, "and In telling disappointed constituents have your face washed." get them a government he couldn't "Don't want to be washed." came FXJSTER-MILBURsoiiu-lliiiig vWEIL instinct of defense led me tc sep aside, so Hint I should have mj bjicJr. to the wall. Harris sat in the t'VAvel chair, with feet elevated on thet?sk, sardonically grinning nt me orer a d cignr tilted bete-his teeth. A white rag was hound round his head, through which a frw drops of blood had oozed, leaving a dark Leaning ngnlnst the wall opstain. posite was Waldron, one nnd his lip split, giving to his face n look of savage brutality, rendered peculiarly sinister by a grim Costlgan remained effort to smile. motionless, with bnck against the door, as though thus barring nil of escape. I hnd walked inin their trap, and the Jaws had cIum The grin on Harris' face maddened me. "Well." 1 said coldly, "It was a stall, was It? What Is the Ideal" He laughed, without changing his a? V dome More Truths, i . Y'OULD you Iko a steam shovel to move a pebble? Certainly now 1 aro built according to the work they have to do. i ce half-close- ty amiuiic. "This happens "This A man's voice spoke huskily. KING PIN as curly-heade- "that good MncT iiand good-lookin- g tell-tal- e 'i -- r A.-m- , -- three-year-ol- i Job." "Oh, yes. But the senator sends most of them away In a more cheerful frame of mind than you'd expect" "How does he do that?" "He keeps a chart on his desk to show them tbey couldn't live 'on a government salary, anyhow." Bir mingham Age-Heral- the. reply. His Job. "I thought you said your father was in the railroad business." Effect of Floods In the Potomac. "I did not I said be was a depot The volume of water In the Potomac river which flows past Washingmaster." "Tea, but Isn't that a railroad Jobr ton Is sometimes 250 times as great "Not at alL He's depot master at In flood as at low water. a gasoline station." When a man knows but one thing he Principles of acoustics are sound feels capable of giving advice on all doctrines. subjects. "But" said mother, "you don't want to be a dirty little boy, do you? I want my little boy to have a nice clean face for the ladles to kiss." Upon this persuasion he gave way and was washed. A few minutes later he stood watching his father washing. "Ha. ha, daddy 1" he cried. "I know why you're washing 1" you, Daly?" "Yes." hastily. Instantly a ware of who was on the other end of the wire, jet feeling It best to dissemble until I learned the purpose. "Who Is sicnkliig?" "The fellow you hirfed with a bottle tonight. No, I ain't got no hard feelings. Besides, I got something else to think about than n cracked dome. Say, I got some dope on how that Job was did. an' maybe could tell you sonus I got to talk thing eNe of Interest. with you privately that's what. It's a matter for the girl as well as I'm playing squnre as long as .tou do the right thing, hut I know who the dame Is, an' am liable to squeal If I get a raw deal ; that's putting It straight. Harry." "You know who she Is, you say?" "Sure I do. Old Pierre, over at Perond's, told me. He, never forgets n face, or a name, that old duffer. He knew you the minute you blew in, and he knew her, too ; she'd been there before slumming." "Who Is she, then?" 'That's all right I know; but I ain't fool enough to blow It over the wire. If you'll come over here and have a talk, I'll spill a few things In your ear that'll make you wise." "Where are you?" "At Costlgan's." "What's become of your partner?" "Who's that Waldron? He nln't no partner of mine. Sny. you must have, handed that guy some Jolt. The lust I saw of him, he was laid out on n bench In l'erund's back room breathing like a stuck pig. dead to tbe.world. Will you come over here?"' "What have you got to tell me?" "Well, there's the dnme's name for one thing. I'll bet you don't even know who she Is, or how she's string-Iyou. Then I'm on to where n part of that boodle's planted anyhow I've got n hunch. If we turn It up, I'm proposistill strong on the fifty-fifttion." I turned It over swiftly In my mind, the receiver still at my ear. I felt no particular fear of Harris; to be sure, In all probability, he was only feeling about In the dark, hoping In this way to learn something of value, yet It might be that he had accidentally uncovered the girl's Identity, and that alone was Inducement enough to urge me to take the risk. If he actually knew who she was, he was the kind that might become ugly, and, however much I susplcloncd her In my own mind, I had no desire to leave her undefended at his mercy. Guilty or not guilty, my Inclination was to protect her to the last. Besides I was eager to obtain the Information he claimed to possess ; Indeed, all progress on the case was blocked until I did obtain It As to his boast that he knew Where the stolen money was concealed, I took little stock In that Doubtless be merely threw that In for good measure. But the other looked reasonable enough; she hud confessed being at Perond's before; Pierre was fully as likely to recall her to memory as he was to remember Daly, and Harris "fltd never have niado so shrewd a ss, unless he bad really been told s lucist. Aiiuiner muuk guve uie cour- to go to Costlgan's. I was still epted by these people as Harry !ly, crook. I would undoubtedly be received, so treated. Unildr these umstances there could be no per- al danger; I held the whip-lmnadvantage Harrisi was only en- vorlng to see what he could get of me; he had abandoned force esort to diplomacy. Jill right." I said. "I'll run over re; If you want to play fair, I'll t you half way." )h, I'm on the square, old man. I've got some good dope." be In- ;d. "I'll blow It when you show yer-sel- f. n' y to be our turM to play, Daly," he returned, apparently well satisfied with his smartness. Then you have nothing to tell nie?" 'Ob. yes, I have; I've got a la 1 of a lot to tell you. But first of all you are going to tell me n few things. Push bnck your right sleeve to the el bow, shirt nnd nil." What's that for." 'Never you mind what It's for; you do uhnt I sny. If you know what Is best for yoursolf." I looked nt the faces of the others. but they were hard us Hint. My hesi tancy caused Harris to lower his feet. and sit up angrily. "Push up that sleeve, you, or I'll have Waldron do It for you. We've got you foul, you fool!" I stripped back my sleeve, exposing my right forearm, yet never remov ing my eyes from their faces. Harris and Costlgan bent forward. Intent on Would you use a grown-up- 's remedy for your baby's ills? Certa. Remedies are prepared according to the work THET have to do. All this is preliminary to reminding you that Fletcher's Castoria was soug out, found and is prepared solely as a remedy for Infants and Childrjin. And k this be a warning against Substitutes, Counterfeits and the stuff tha may be all right for you in all your strength, but dangeronsrfor the little babe. All the mother-lov- e that lies within your heart cries out to you: Be true to to Baby you will keep in the house remedies specially Baby. And being true prepared for babies as you would a baby's food, hairbrush, toothbrush or sponge.; Just-as-good . - Children Cry For at rnnni.-- S PER CENT. AVWtotaMpPrefltioolhrAS' Hi pwt.w ub lOUUilU' j tfa6theStoniacto&fidBovia .eaaaaa, , lu urn. aWtmiTOsa Are You Prepared? in the house all the tine would be a good Idea. Yet you' can't afford to keep a doctor h. the family to keep baby weU or prevent sickness. But you can do almost the same thing by having at hand a bottle of Fletcher's Castoria, because it is a wonderful remedy for indigestion, colic, f everishness, fretfulness and aU the other disorders that result from common ailments that babies have. Fletcher's Castoria is perfectly safe to use. It Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Children cry for Fletcher's Castoria, and mothers recommend jt because they have found it a comfort to children and a mother's friend. If you love your baby, you know how sweet it is to be able to help baby when trouble comes. You cannot always caU upon a doctor. But doctors have nothing but good to say of Fletcher's Castoria, because they know that it can only do good that it can't do any harm and they wouldn't want you to use for baby a remedy that you would A doctor ncltoOplum.Morpniflen. Mineral. Not Nahcotu- iSmtms TiicrttrlToraotlnSlK&S Cheerfulness ana bkji.wi Constipation and DiArrhoei i fcefnfulReraedyfcc and rcOTstEEP reSthCTCfTOfflj"' use for yourself. MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CAST0SU f rrvrATOlCOWCEt GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS NEW Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMK CINTAUH COMPANY. NW YORK CITY. Don't Even Know Who She Is." the operation, but Waldron never shifted his position. Harris slapped a hand on the desk, and gave utter ance to an oath. By G d. Dan. we're right This bird's not Daly!" 'Not In a thousand years he ain't though." He's sure a Harris straightened up, the same hateful grin still exposing his teeth. "We've got your number this time. son," he announced. "Harry Daly has a tattooed anchor cm his rglit arm. I didn't know It, but Dan did. I'll tell you what made us wise. In the shin dig over at Perond's tonight, n card-cas- e was Jarred loose from your pocket. There was only one kind of card Inside,, nnd that wasn't Daly by a d n sight. I told Dan about It, and he was for getting n squint nt that right arm. Suld for me to call you up at the number you gave me, believing that If I threw In 'con' enough you'd come over here. I asked for 'G 145,' the operator there named yer, nnd It was the same name what was on them cards. So now we know yer're a dirty liar and spy. Mister Philip Severn." "You cnlled me Daly yourself, Harris," I said quietly, realizing the game wns up, but not yet sure of their Intentions. "I merely let It go." "Sure: but what was the game? You ain't no "Nothing of the k' J." "Then you wns after the dough. That's what I thought; you and the girl arc In cahoots. Well, what ,dld yon do with It?" (TO BE CONTINUED.) You dead-ringe- "I'll Bet Jflckelplnch thlc S cro tlmaaLrn'r Saved Up. If you spend so much I I I -- " inr for To, smv Wr cut ket dnl cln The Real Question. Barlow of Guilford town- ftp, Hendricks county, emphasized a 3t of law recently at the close of a ring when some young men had ded guilty to taking watermel- ine iamer 01 one 01 ine uuys answered an S O S call from his and had paid the fine and costs 1250. Then the father, who was Ing some Justification, said: "I'd to ask If there Is any man present did not steal watermelon when jvas n young man." Several men js present but no one made reply. a Squire Barlow said: "That Is -- the question. The question Is, yo get caught?" Indianapolis s. Squire The Morning Mall. "Welt, you look busy," remarked a caller at the sanctum. "So I am," said the editor of tin Chlggersvllle Clarion, who was sorting his morning mall. "What are those letters In the small pllei" s "Complaints from subscribers, few letters telling me how to run tho paper and a couple of checks." "And In the big pller "Poetry." Birmingham Age-Heral- pre1 ?as It much of a wetidsig?" should say. The bride and groom ved eight clocks," The Common Gift. PrlmevalTrees In Pennsylvania. Two CWfaJs; primeval trees hava . been discovered, by Pen3yTvania"itaWj forestry officials in Huntington if, near the Centre county line.' In the Logan state for&t. There Is a great variety of Very large trees in an area' of 200 acres. A hemlock was found measuring twelve feet in ft GUEST MUST HAVE APPETITE Stamina and Endurance Also Needed Do you discriminate at the dintng table or are you thoughtless? a "line" In thousands of homes, la drawn at the breakfast table. Tea or i IQ rcsr- -t t ,,,,...-....- .. returned the receiver to the hook. brtaln whether or not I had de- d rightly, yet determined to carry tne experiment. Anove nil else I ted to learn wh Marie Gessler Nothing else mattered so much . on this discovery all else hinged. lolence, or treachery, was intended. ould be found prepared, and well i to defend myself. he neighborhood Into which I was turltrg Induced me to take a taxi, within ten minutes, I wns rde- Ited at the door of the saloon. I ssed open the swinging door, and bped into the brilliantly lighted bar- - for Consuming "Simple Little Dinner" In Roumanla. An Interesting personal experience was nn Invitation to dinner with a real Roumanian family (In Burhn-rest- ). What seemed to me a countless array of dishes containing most delectable dainties was arranged on a sideboard in the apartment where we were received. First came pastrama, small pieces of mutton grilled with zuikn, n ilmj of native rum. This pastrama has a marvelous flavor. But a person eating It for the first time cannot swallow It. He chews It and chews It like aplece of American gum, first In one cheek and then In the other, without knowing what to do with It. It Is an embarrassing situntlon, because the pastrama Is served In the reception room and you are expected to talk while you nre eating It. I received my portion in nn unguarded moment while conversing with nn enchanting girl In a pompadour. Then we went Into the tuning room. One course followed the other. One eats at first In an inquiring spirit because the dishes are all novel, and later because he likes his food for three or four hours. At the conclusion, the hostess apologizes for the simple fare, explaining that the occasion la intended merely to be an Informal, Intimate little dinner affording nn opportunity to discuss music nnd other Immaterial things with the artist. Leo Slezak, formerly of Royal Opera Company of Vienna, In the Vienna Neuc Frele Pressp. t3 V Shall Old Man Gloom glare at you all winter from the dirty, dingy, streaked and unsanitary walls of your home? .2li mi Or would you prefer walls that radiate cheer and hospitality, modernize your home and conduce to health, happiness and the pride of thing? , "grown-upsand Posfum " for children. But some parents do not discriminate. Caffeine and t"T7n, the injurious contents of coffee and tea, seriously retard the development of the delicate nerve tissues in children. coffee is served for an older person, but in many cases the nervous system and allied bodily functions will become weakened. The surest way to avoid such possibilities is to quit coffee entirely and drink Postum instead. The change permits you to get sound, restful sleep. Postum 5a the w meal-tim- ostlgan was behind the bar, but I at S Ight of me, rounded the end, and shook hands cordially, removing bis apron, and slipping Into a coat, In token that he had changed his occupa We know what your answer will be and to secure these satisfying results you have only to use e bever- Consequently, of rich, satisfying Posfum, 'children are over stimulated by the drugs in tea and coffee; and so may grow up irritable and nervous. Any doctor can tell you that this is a great evil and should be corrected. instead age. cause, in flavor, it is much like a high-grade Like thousands of others you wiH like it be- coffee. Although some parents feel a certain justification for the personal indulgence in coffee, yet the harm to them may be equally serious. Serve delicious Postum, piping hot, to all the family. One week's trial and it is likely that you'll never return to tea and coffee. Postum comes in two fermstlnstant Postum (in tins) made Instantly In the cup by aba addition of boiling water. Pectus Certs (In packages of larger bulk, for those vho prefer to make the drink while the) meal is being prepared) mad by boiling for 20 minutes. tinction at the table. Do away with the dis- I Had Concealed There tion. "Uctter call unnnie," ne said to a Was Gone. man beside him, "for I'll be off for an she have sought me out or listened hour or so. You came to see George?" "Yes; he telephoned me." so intently to the quarrel of those two "Said he was goln' to. He's waltln' men nt Perond's? What could she possibly gain by thus overhearing the tale In the office there. I'll go along with of their failure, if she already knew who was the murderer of Alva, and He pushed a passage through the body according crowd, his breadth what had become of the spoils? I could ask the& questions, but not me ample room In which to follow one was answerable. They merely without being obstructed, and opened Hie closed door with a pass-key- . mocked me with their emptiness. To Then, shrill and Insistent the tele- a wave of bis big hand 1 passed confidently past him, and entered. The phone rang. My heart was beating like a trip- next Instant he had pressed me forhammer as I took down the receiver. Vard, came In also, nnd closed" the Who could be calling me at this hour? door: the sharp click of the lock Who except she alone in this city knew siunded like the repjrt of a p&tol. my name and hotel? One startled glance at the. Interior "Hullo." .told me I wns trapped, and the swift The Dagger Alabastirie Instead of Wallpaper, Paint or Kalsomit& five-pound yo-i.- 't is a dry powder packed in packages in white and a variety of beautiful colors ready to use by mixing with pure cold water, with full directions on every package. Alabastine ' - Alabastine has been on the market for forty years, is a household word in every civilized country in the world. If unable to secure the services of a painter or decorator you can apply Alabastine yourself. GLASS HAS PLACE IN HISTORY Scallger believed that glass was a compound of powdered gypsum, egg shells and lobster shells, kneaded Into a paste In the earth. It was supposed to be taken out by the son or nephew of the man who burled It and molded Into delicate translucent Gonzales de Mendoza, who vessels. had traveled In China and had seen the process of manufacture, an- . may take a little while longer for the drugs in coffee and tea to affect It 'j nounced that the hardening was done In a furnace. This was confirmed by Alvarez, the Jesuit missionary, who added the further Information that while, the necessary clay was found In many parts of China all porcelain Rewards. wag manufactured In one town of the The man i who burns the midnight province of Chlamsl, because the water of that part of the country was oil never seems to make as much especially adapted to the purpose. money as the one who sells It Chlng-te-che- Some of the vessels, he explained, were tinted blue, some red, some yellow, but those presented to the king were yellow oufy. The "Province of Chlamsl" Is undoubtedly the province of Klangsl, and the town, which has been noted for Its production of fine porcelain from the Fourteenth century. Important to Know To secure Alabastine results you must get Alabastine; it is necessary to see that the package has the word "Alabastine" and the cross and circle printed in red. When employing the services of a painter ask him to bring the Alabastine in unbroken packages and mixed on the job. This he will be glad to do to convince you that he is giving you what you desire and pay for. I I I MIX IN HlHVTC Have you had the experience after going to considerable expense to paint your walls, on the theory that they would be washable the same as your woodwork, of finding that after washing them they were grimy, streaked and unsatisfactory? Have you hesitated at the expense of again repainting them? If the paint is solid on the wall and not scaling, go over it with a coat of Alabastine and be pleasandy surprised as to effects produced and saving effected. Alabastine may even be used over old soiled wallpaper that is firm on the wall not printed in aniline dyes or with raised figures. Alabastine Over PaiSted Walls You Can Always Get Alabastine There is hardly a town where Alabastine is not carried in stock by dealers who carry paints. If you do not find it and are offered something else claimed to be just as good, write us and we will tell you how to easily secure Alabastine. by dealers or twite to us direct. TmoanrTooT ' CO to watt a WITH OMI Sample card of tints furnished The Alabastine Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Sw 1 vjli r if 4. UTLOOK KY. Mrs. Alex Flood hns been sick the Miss Emniui Hnuiy Admitted Error. of near Colfax s The flrt mid only edition of week. Thursday till visited her sister inn i (Icmiictrli'al IMscussInns,"y Frank Brown and wife were in Mt. Saturday nfterno' . pulilislicil la ltolojia. :is llher-nllSelling lats week. Illustrated with woodcuts of exKiishan Boyd, i Hillsboro visited Mjk. TlivHias Steele of Texas vis-te- his brother, ErAest Boyd Friday planatory diagrams. At le:it Hie diagrams wen cxnlnimlory to lite InitiT' her niece, night. ated, l'vltlently tliey failed to make the matter Id band clear to the printon the pa- -t week. Mrs. John Fnwys and Mrs. Dud-Icer for he linked one of the cuts In I lie Mrs. Carl Garrett was sick tin Fawn of near Mingo's Mill arc form upxlde down and so It went to past week and suffered much pain visiting their sister,' Mrs. Susan Den press. One may easily Imagine the Cavallerl, consternation of I'rofcs-o- r with a rising in her head. Ion who is poorly a' this writing. of calculus, when he disSeveral from bero attended the the father mistake. Probably to covered the PEBBLE ;choo! Rnll at Ouingsille Fridir him. the apologetic publisher Tlierc waA a ery hard rain here. mil Saturday. caused extra proofs of the woodcut to be pulled ai'iil' pasted In each copy nf Saturday, washing nut pips and a Martin Vice and '.wo nieces. the hook over the Inverted diagram. itnmnging i urn and tobacco. and Russell hnve returned from The honest printer for Ids part did nut Rovs. Shields and Heath preached a visit to their brother and uncle in seek to hide his original fault, hut loft here Saturday night and Sunday Clark county near Johnson Station. one end u'ipnMeil so that today lifting the nap reveals the mistake beneath. morning and night. Bryan Hendrix has toiisilitis. Clirlstlnn Science Monitor. .1. V. HV'idrix and wife. Carrol! "OUR BOYS" Woodard and wife and I). II. HenThese Leaders Were Eaters. General Crant Is said to have praised drix visited Leslie Hendrix of neir Now the cruel war is over and our soup. Thackeray wrote a poem on ni;,'ht and, boys come mnrching home, Mt. Sterling Saturday French soup. Mark llnnnn's hash made 111 in and many of his friends Sunday. 'Mid the honor and the glory of happy. The great Knierson had a Several fn m here went to victory well won! ; weakness for pie. heart court Monday. Every one a grand tnic hero, was broken when the barrel of caviar regularly sent to him every year was Here at home and across the sea, forwarded to his successor after the SALT LICK . . ? i cry one ai posi oi iuiy anil as "Mnn of Iron" had removed from Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, of lowe ofllce. Napoleon compelled his cooks true as true could be. part of Bath county, were visitors True to honor and "Old Glory," always to have broiled chicken at hand. From the Mrs. Lincoln mincemeat recof Mr. and Mrs. R. U Myers the. True to loved ones left at homo. ipe It may lie suspected that 1'rcIilcnt past week. For they crushed the tyrant's rule Lincoln may have "hankered" for that Mrs. John E. Johnson, of Blaucn. And now arc true to all the world. variety of paKtry. Samuel Jo1iiim.ii. whenever he was fortunate to have ii Colorado, little Miss Virginia Moore Some have crossed the sea of Gb r hare that had been kept too long, or nt 7. and Mrs. Jennie Green, of Kn meat pie madu with rancid butter, Passed t Jit line of "no iihiV Dallas Texas, arc guests of relatives And arc standing attention at the gorged hltiiKclf. and he drank "oceans of tea." King Henry I of Kuglaud n this section. Savior's Own Right Hand, liked lumprcjs so well that he died A man by the name of Hale, who Some have left amid the ruin, parts from eating them. recently moved here from one of the of bodies once so dear, Wonderful "Universal Language." mountain counties, was nrretc-- ' And have come back home to loved Among other attempts at a univerlast Saturday placed in county jail sal language Is "Hslnk," or "Illue." ones, night charged with sending obscene Maimed and battle scarred, but The shades of meaning In this particular tongue are got by tacking on letters through the mail. true. to basal words syllables, or sometimes Mrs. Lou Million has returned Yes our boys are noble heroes, Just n single letter, so us to get differfrom a visit at Middlctown, Ohio.Her ent sign features. "Vlntumlly." for Whether Kahki, Green or Blue, Instance, Is windmill, and "Danfumlly," daughter Miss Mnttic remained thera They've been tried, we know what's steam mill. If you waiK to speak of for a visit. in them, a mill run by water, you say "Vatum-Ily- . Grant North and family attended con' Hearts that nre noble grand and fusing. The numerals are n little 1,1'Jil, Take such a number ns Euthe burial of his brother-in-latrue. and It comes out as "Mel venson dovls gene Sheehnn (killed in battle in gab." I. e.. one thousand one hundred Now three cheers for "Old Glory" France) at Owingsville last Sundny. and twenty-six- . "ltlue" spelling Is And three cheers for our boys too, entirely phonetic, and you do not have. The many friends of Dr. Chnrles May tlibirNlayK be IfrighMhtt happy, to ;loL your "i's" or rrofs lyour "HV' Jones will 'be pleased' to leant thntj As their life they journey through,! It Is called vWu"v; because this Is the he 4s-- ' improving at the ' hospital in eotor of the sky, and- - the luventnr! And when the last sad .Taj,. Js hopes od hoped that all under the Lexington nvhere he has'beert so long. sounded blue of the firmament would hastily We hope that he will soon be able to adopt this amazing tongue And the bugle calls no more, return to Salt Lick. May their parade ground be in Mr. and Mrs. Will Kautz leave this Sun and Sltadow. heaven, Life Is beautiful and should be lived week to spend the winter in LexingWhere all partings will be o'er. In beauty. It has and must hnve Its ton. Written by Fannie House Scott, shadows, hut there Is a beauty in the j Rev. Lapham, of Morcliead, shadow as well us In the glint and to "Our Boys." ' glimmer of the sun. In grief and trou- preached two very interesting ser hie, and even In disaster, we can make mons at the Christian Church Sun life beautiful beautiful with courage, day. with resignation and n sublime faith In the wisdom of thnt Creator "who Salt Lick High School team won doeth all things for the best." Some- both games at the School Rally held" times there are sorrows that are good at Owingsville. As these are their for us, because they cJear our hearts of selfishness and teach us to sym- - j first games since school started they pnthlze with our fellow human beings. are very much elated over their vicCrlef has made many a heart gentle tory. that was not so before. We must take ( the Joy and the sorrow together, perMrs. Elva Spencer is visiting br" mitting neither the one nor the other ' daughter Mrs. Ernest Wills in I.e. to make us forget life's real reason county. for existence. Los Angeles Times. 4 past Cava-llerl'- ito net iSH of d Con-Sft- c, Ky.,.Post- matter. .OS subscription Mrs.-Rober- t y juows: ..v ths . $1.50 75c. 45c. E.D. jsvlle. THURSDAY, , JMPSuT" --Kentucky SEPT. 20. 1021 Ju-Un- f For County Judge EWIXG CONNER For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanning nnd Mason II. Botts. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY D. Y. DOGOETT For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARNES Deputies: Charles Rristow and CHIT nemlrix. For Tax Commissioner TITOMAS L. JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Betli.'. and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON For Jailer Flcru-ngflmr- g pit i lii-e- r '' CLAUDE STATON. For Representative VAN Y. GREEN. For Circuit Judge. nENRY R. PREWITT. For Commoimealth's Attorney. HAMILTON. W. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. CHARLES MYERS OLYMPIA a w Rolert Young, of Mcrehcad, was the guest of his brother, Clyde, hen Sunday. ' Paul Hunter who is attending school a Morejiead spent ijatiirdny and Sunday with home folk. Mrs. S. J. Fearing spent the week end with her daughter, Man- - Belle at I.exington. Mrs. Nettie Clark will leave Monday to make her home it Ashland We regret to lose Mrs. Clark but wish her success in her new home. Mr. .Jones and wife will occupy her house this winter. Mrs. M. M. Steele and little daugh tor, Doris, of Russell came home Friday to visit her parents, George Swnrts and wife also to attend th' School Rally at Owingsville. E. A. Swartz has moved back to tlre. dcMt and Thornton .IligUley to W fjwartr. jthjJjcuise-vae- 't Mrs. Win. Staton and Mrs. Chas. taton, both of Jfiddletow, Ohio, came Sunday to visit relatives here Several from here attended the School Rally; at Owingsville. Sid Warren who has been visiting his daughter. Mrs. Clyde Peed In Okln.1 returned home Saturday. Lightning set tire to S. J. Fpa "ngV'kitchen Saturday' but did m do much damage. "Everett" Young left Monday to at tend a business school in' Lexington Mrs. Porter 'Case, 'of Frankfort. is visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. Olive J. Stull who is'tcaen-ingjs&oatUpper Saltlick visltr nends "ncrc" Salurdav nluT'nn- - " . : : ; ol ODESSA , Mrs. Era V.vans is visiting her sis tcr Mrs. H. S. Qilinore. Clyde Bennett bought a horse" 6 ' Almanza Lathram for $75. Herman Williams sold two steer? ito Omar Rogers at 5e per pound. Jesse Anderson and sister, Mrs,'1 ason Garner went Monday to visit their sister, Mrs. J. R. Jones of Cyn-- i thiana and brother, Dr. H. B. Andcr- son at Shawhan. v 13url Lee, little son of John B. Col ) liver, has typhoid fever. r Chester Sncdegar and family spen Saturday night and Sunday VituMrs-DalemDarnell- in, Owingsville;" - Mrs. ElmlDentDn,'6f OklaJ-ff- i vts' Mrs. John Jackson of Salt Lick iting her sister, Mrs. Sam Darnell! The protracted meeting held at was the guest of friends here SunWhite Oak by Bro. Calhoun nnd day. daughter, Margaret, closed Sept. 1C, Mi:STvathcnne Cooper, of was the guest of Mrs. 0. It with sixty six additions to the church. The meeting was quite a Frazier Saturday and Sunday. success in every way. STEPSTONE. SLATE VALLEY Tom Jones and wife attended the Miss Agatha McKecs visited her funeral' of Ben Price' at Lexington mother at Fairview Saturday night ""last week. and Sunday. Jack Downs, of Salt Lick spent Miss, Iona McClure, of Mt. Pleasone night last week with H. D. Blcv-in- s. ant is visiting her cousin Mrs. W. O. Traylor. Charlie Price and family who went Born to Mr. and M..3. Willie Bar-h- r to Lexington last week to attend a girl Emma Lee. the fnueral o his father, Ben Price, Howard Goodpaster of Kendall also to see his sister who had been Sp-in- g visited his mother, Mrs. Jen-n'- e in the automobile accident his fathGoodpaster from Friday until er had been killed in, and who died M nday. of her wounds Wednesday. ilr. and Mrs. Espy Manley are Beckham Carpenter had neural- visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Lee week and suffered much pe: Moore, of Sea's. while his two younger brothers were Bro. Wilhoit will pcraeh here Satvery sick with membraneous croup. urday night and Sunday.. "Miss Elree Hamilton, who has beenhome for some time, returned SALT WELL to Danville this week to attend the Mrs. Eva Karrick spent Saturday deaf and dumb school. and Sunday with her uncle, Mrs. C. Frank QniscnWrry and son, of Crouch in Owingsville. ndiaSia, arc hero visiting his broth"'B'orn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin er, Walter and wife, also his sister Vjgnes a daughter. 'Mrs. CornoJius Alexander and Mrs. Several from here attended the ' J. D. Alexander. Owingsville school rally last week. Charlie Ray and Allie Wilson wh Mr and Mrs. Richard Staton spcut had diphtheria last Week are able Saturday and Sunday with his broth out again. er Espy Staton and family of near Miss Eliza Maxey was called t Owingsville. the bedside of her cousin, Mrs. LogMiss Mary Goodpaster spent Frian Ealem, of Spencer, Saturday. day and Saturday with Miss Annie Donald Quisenberry, of Mt. Ster Staton in Owingville and attended ling visited his father, Walter Quis the school rally. cnberry this week. Sam Hunt's rhild has been very O'f'.A ill this week. Mrs. Jame i, "f D'ytxi, -- io, Several from here attended . tin is visUing h$r pa- - t, Wit. Rally at Owingsville .this .week. and.Joieijjpelf.,. Leiie. . Honor "Merry Monarch." Down to the middle of the lust century the statue of Chnrles I at Charing Cross, London, was decorated on each JIny 251 with boughs of oak, while In towns nnd villages large branches were hung from and up- nlght houghs placed against the doors. The oak wns chosen In delicate allusion to King Charles II having hidden In the oak tree at Doscobel after the battle of Worcester. The custom wa not always looked upon with favor, for In the memoirs of a parish clerl: written by John Arhuthtiot about 1T0 years ago, one finds the statement Mortality of Men and Women. about "Amos Turner, a worthy perAs a rule, men die yiiunrer than son, rightly esteemed nmongst us for women. In 101." the ilenth rate In thl t his sufferings In thnt he had been hon '!!)." years for men as ored In the stocks for wearing nn oukeo country nveniKei! 'iuinrel with 40.fi years for women. uii.jr. boosli." lW"tWr(jr,n'fi' 'of'ihh'ti fe')?oHiiliIy j oi -- rr' ;IpPoWVAI W'HiyVhts- - enerffeltc-'llfK'.- . . the lights; when he begins to go Moon Rys Injuiious. about with a long face and tells his The nil th;'i i..,je injurious effect tie it iiOMinotrolic uf mooii-h- l iiilness friends and neighbors what alls him be Is on the road to sickness and per- may. and ery mien dues, follow from smiles slc pii; mil, at night in full mo haps death. The fellow who as he travels along the road of life h;.s lieen frequently allcsted tij seems to cIium- - away the demons that reliable witnesses, especially with reare forever looking for an Inroad on gard to tropical climates. That the health. So cheer up. That Is what moon Is the cause of this effect Is I would tell ewry one of my patients scouted by many scientists. The moon If they would let I lie, hut most of tliem gives hut a small part of the sun's prefer to look on the sad side of life. light and heat, and astronomers say that we have no evidence that if afC reation for Evolutionists. fects the earth or Its Inhabitants, exI torses tails, splendidly mounted, are cept Insofar as the tides are concerned. parts of the regal regnlla of some roy- The doctors, on the other hand, say al personages In the Fast, where the that bright moonshine Is generally plague of tiles Is nn Incessant nuisance. found with a clear sky; that a clear Naturalists sny that originally the sky favors radiation of heat, and that horse was a tiny thing not much taller anyone epoed to this radiation Is terrier. Hut ap- sure to he chilled hy the rapid loss of than a parently it was always meant to live heat. This chill, it is, and not the moon where tiles abound. Its tall Is such a which causes the facial paralysis and splendid lly swatter. Why it should moonhlluk (or moon hlimlness) which not lime developed a hide some hau suffered from sleeping in InM'iisllile to lly biles, nr the presence KnglMi naval An the moonlight. of tiles. Is nty of those things the officer relates several Instances of his ilii not seem to hae Inquired men, who had slept on deck exposed into. Il loiild hae beta as easy to to the mooulicams, being so blind on In that dliei'tloii. as In landing develop a horv that they hud to led by the that of growing co.ir-- hair on lis tall, hand. signaling machine and making that : Into a Living Vith White PainL Peanut's "Home" Unknown. In a luopllal wanl, or a "dental parLike many oilier extensively culti- lor," or a snnlta'Ty bathroom. In any vated plants, the peanut has not been place where only cleanliness Is sought found In a truly wild state, and hence Mid n chance to te t any Intruding It Is dllTicult to lix upon lis habitat ns colored object, let there be while. In the iJace which II would call home. a hemic 'or human beings, no, ChristoSo widely has It been cultivated in pher U Ward writes In the Yale enstern countries that some botanists White Is too dean and pure have attempted to trace Its spread and chaste and .sanitary to commence from China to Japan, thence through with humanity, except when humanthe Fast India Islands to India and ity Is tttmporarlly cleaned and puritled thence to Africa, where In the Sevenmomentarily asocpthizeil and dehuteenth century It was so extensively manized. No real human being enn cultivated and had become such an live up to nr down to white paint. Important nrtlcle of native rood that Every real human bivtig with any the slave dealers loaded their vessels and any appreciation of the with It, using It as food for their car- esthetic relationship between himself goes of captives. Exchange. and Ids surroundings ought to know-tha- t white paint Is quite too perfect and too good for human nature's dally Cheerfulness Preventive of Disease. "Bad health Is often due to mental disease," says a prominent physician. "Without advocating any of the i The Hills in Summer. now existing. I am sure that Finally, there are tlit- moonlight and most of the 111 to which flesh makes with If. the starlight of the hills with all their ltsclf heir could be glamor; and' on sultry summer evepeople would cultivate that most slm-nings, when the twilight Is nearly done pie and useful of all mental states j Is From my experience I and the air Is hushed and no moon cheerfulness. In the sky, here Is the distant flash note that very few cheerful people are iilng along the crest. How the sick as a rule. They are too busy of light or thinking sun- - rivulet of light flashes in n hedge and smiling to themselves to be ciui'jlit In the throes dome, spreads over the (rests, flares nr ilwiie-hithe heated ulr, imil illumines of Rlckne's's: If people the world over !!1mitTitrkimlnif sk'y. How niuge. then. were constantly, using ibis boon to the ctieerf'tilttc-f- s hlos" of us tlio'nias3''it' rhe'hlll-- lioVnfneh largvi Inunklnu" full Iheyi seem to deatli." '' tloeto'r fork sunlight!- - .Ami whor mystery valleys, vast gloom of tint Fireflies. what romance In the golden pinnacled The dictionary defines a llreily as nips! .lolin C. Van Dyke. an Insect which has the faculty of becoming luminous; a lampyrld or elat-erlPuzzling Picture. beetle which emits some phosMr. W. Held Dick, the famous sculpphorescent light from organs In some Cockamusing story part of the body. One of the com- tor, tells nn on a visit' to of a Itoyal the monest American species In n lumpy-rid- . ney couple pnrtlculai Iiiotlnus pyralls, "vulgarly called academy. One plMnre In they lightning bug." The larva also Is lu- - attracted their attention, and long and earnestly. Its mlnoiis, and the child who thinks he gazed at It "Hawking business end of a fire-- title In the catalogue was has found the lays." "Awklng in the fly resting In the grass may be ' In the Olden olden days." murmured the puzzled The formed that this Is the larva. furrowing his brows. "Well Kneyolniiotlla Hrltannlca Is Inclined tc 'Enry, k do It. My word, the belief thnt the light shed by a they didn't art an all." "Itnther," agreed firefly Is a signal to mate or comrade, "But wot are they 'awklng?" thus affording recognition In the dark "'Hlessed If I know," responded the still helpless 'Enry. "unless they're Does Mississippi Flow Uphill? trying to sell their parrots." There Is such nn Impression but It Is Incorrect. Is raised The question by Inaccurate use of the terms "upin the hill" and ."downhill." People are Inan acute attack ot Nasal Catarrh. clined to speak of "down" nnd "up" Those subject to frequent "colds in the in repectj to distance from center of head" will And that the use of HALL'S MKD1CINE will the earth. If only n small area Is con- CATARRHcleanse the Blood build up the System, and render sidered this Is true, but In referring to them less liable to ccMs. Repeated attacks ot Acute widely separated such as Chronic Catarrh. Catarrh may lead to the rNo and month of the MEDICINE Is HALL'S CATARRH aken Internally and acts throush the system, such a definition Uiood on the Mucous Surfaces ot the Sys-?does not hold good. The mouth thus reducing the Inflammation and eMorlng normal conditions. of the .Mississippi in about four miles All Druggists. Circulars free. further from the center of the earth 5". J. Cheney Ci Co, Toledo, Ohio. than Its source. The combined elTect of gravity and centrifugal force makes the water run downhill though actually the water moves away from the center of the earth In doing so. wire-haire- d s -o 4-e s il 1 j j 1 V 'Jmcther-tuslOJIttlfui flash-lighte- d d 1 In-'ors-hac'Ar-rle- t. Public Sale Having more land than I can look aftei I will ofT"r for sale on Wednesday, October ' 5th, 1S21 . ABOUT 39 ACRES OF LAND east of WyoniMijr. Thisr farm has on it a dwelling honsc-Jnso barns tobacco barn and stock barn, 28c acres of this land h Slate bottom land. half-mil- e d lying a Sale to be at 2 o'clock p. m. Terms made known on dav of sale. MRS. ' NELIJE HEDRTCK FOR SALE AT AUCTION will sell at public auction my eight-roobrick residence on West Main street, ingsville. Ky., on the premises L m Ow- i Saturday, October 1, 1921 , Z7AIV a Q'.ULQCK P. M- ; - P- ) - IpiisiS' most desirable property in a good-j l ii' ii i 1 Jieigiioornooa. uooai wen anai goon cistern both convenient to the house. - " R. L. ' BAILEY IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Arinual Fall Meeting at "Cold Head" 1 LATONIA (Convenient, to Cincinnati) , Sept 3rd 'to Oct. 8& i- -. ... . ; i n Td 'Go To West Ube?v tSthe The Bishop who presided late Conference of the 5L E.Church South at Somerset, has refuse1 to revoke the appointment of Rev. C. L. Wilson, pastor of the M. E. Church here for the past year, to the clmrgt of West Liberty. This is a great disappointment to Mr. Wilson's eongre gation ihcre ns well as to those outside his church who bad come t. know him well. Mr. Wilson and wife are excellent musicinns. Mr. Wilson had taken an active part in the bnnn lately organized, being nn accomplished cometist, and it will be ham to fill his place in thnt organization Fined For Violating Game Law Josh Owings and O. C. Evans, ot Mt. Sterling, were before Judge Atchison's Court Tuesday morning on Wriiiunts charging them with violating the game law in Bath county. There were eleven warrants issuer charging violation of the game law but as there wns some confusion about them a fine of $30 nnd costs, amounting in all to $52.55, was agreed to by the court und the defendants. The warrants charged hunting game out of season and hunting without license. Lewis Kilpatrick has a story in the last number of the Black Cat, a magazine published in New York. Mr. Kilpanek is a frequent con tributor to magazines. will pay you to see the Olo'x Tailoring Co's. display of goods Ooodpaster & Co's. -- tore, Oeto'v-and 5. What Is known a rare condition In which a jicrsu'n towards evening finds that objects are becoming less and less distinct, and ut last he Is totally blind. This may occur without previous warning and cause great alarm, but the next morning the victim of the 'condition finds to his delight that his sight Is restored. This Is repeuttMl every night, but at last the eyes become so weak during the day also, that the victim may become partially or totally blind. This strange ulllictlou may be epidemic. It has attacked bodies of troops Aposcd to great fatigue und the glare of the sun's rays. It Is selduin met with In temperate climates, excent among sail ors Just returned from tropical regions. It Is frequent among the natives of some parts of India, who attribute it, as our own sailors do, to sleeping ex- posed to the moonbeams. The most probable cause of the affection Is, how- ( uBUilht-blmttncsrt,is. n i, ..'' f,l(fht0ith'dnes.' v ' in 'eflletutliuii' nftiN'tfertftiM' Ihl'Ir ' Hlt' etntitre for inarrjin Is between tin" nj;es of twenty anil twenty-fivwhen they nre nio-t- t attractive. It Is found that about 52. per cent of the women marry between those uirex. Men marry when older. The difference In ni tilioiit three years. nverii'.-r-s That Is why the laws are so arranged Hint man becomes of ace nt twenty-on- e and tiulrr)- e riVn"'fuMr.nf.ly women nt eighteen. A We Wonder. sufTerer who lives close to n d in the suburbs wrote the following to the railroad ctimpuuy. complaln-Inj- ? nbout the racket made by n switch ' endue: "(ieutlemeii Why I It that your MTltch engine has to dim: and don? and fizz and spit and ham and hls nnd pant and prate und Krlnd and puff nnd bump and chuj;niid hoot nnd j iim.i inn) whistle und wheeze and Jar and howl and snarl und puff and crowl ever, exhaustion of the power of the i.ud thump and boom and clash nnd. from retina or from Jolt nnd screech nnd snort nnd snarl light, so that this organ Is and slam and throb excessive and roar and rat-tirendered Incapable of appreciating the und yell and smoke and nnd weaker stimulating action of twilight shriek like hell all nlcht lone?" Bosor moonlight. ton Clohe. mil-roai n . j and Latonia Handicap, $5,000 added, for upward, one mile and aistxtcenth Saturday, September 3. and Autumn Handicap. S5.000 added, for umvueaj Mi tfirii:ranitiiajj "jcpienioer.o. u.i :i rtM . tJ o r i I laiiuiiajJ, utus civiiigioii ir t: ' eriwi uuucu, mr Saturday, and upuwdr one Jnile aud. September 'F0.' six Fort Thomas Handicap. $5,000 added, furlongs, Saturday, September 17. Latonia Championship Stakes, $15,000 added, for Saturday, Sepone mile and tember 17. Twin ''City Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, one mile and five furlongs, Saturday, September Queen City 11; ndicap. $10,000 added, for 1. one mile. Saturday. t)ctol-eand upI.atoira Cup. ?7,c00 added, for ward tv.o miles and a quarter. Saturday, October 8. The; 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' ta see. -- '''' s, three-sixteenth- s, three-quarter- 2-- r KENTUCKY HURT ALL OVER JOCKEY CLUB INCORPORATED LATONIA, ICY., COURSE 'rt Find Gold in Coal. In describing the Cambria coal field j.? t....n.t.... Ui .......tf..... tl.u ' J 1.1111,11., r... InterestliiK fact that gold und sliver nre present In small quantities In the coal, says the Christian .Science Monitor. From the occdrrence of Iron pyrlte, which Is distributed through-nu- t the coal seam, It Is suspected that this mineral curries the precious metals. The coke made from the coal Is used In the smelting works, nnd averages from one to two penny weights of gold a ton, which Is suf- flclent to compensate for u high ash ' content. There has been u similar occurrence In South Africa. The coal j i VM. s? ras Lady Couldn't e ft 4 T.-- vi 'V 'A r '' Arnold, youngest sen of Post master S. D. Thompson, is recover ing from scarlet fever. Not That Kind. The Owner of the Poodle "Yes. Napoleon Is n nice little dog. I don't wonder that you admire him." The Owner of the Airedale "It Isn't that, but I'm Just dying to know where you Bartlett. Texas. Mrs. Nannie Measot that lovely pcrsianent wave for Mm. I want to have my dog done the ger, of Route 3, this place, states: "About three years ago I was in a same way." very critical condition. I had been suffering for some.- time. To tell how I hurt would be Impossible. Premature Burial Impossible. "I Just hurt all over. I couldn't sit, In Wlldwood cemetery, Williams-port- , Vu., Is located what Is thought stand or lay with any comfort, my back, sides and head all gave me a to be the only tomb of its kind In the great deal of trouble. world. It was built to the order of "I was especially bothered with a a citizen of that community 30 years Mght swimming In my head. My ago to Insure that none of his rela- people were very unensy about me and UIIIO UA;t 1( CllUllt lUKUlUa tives should ever be burled alive. At rent me to my relatives to see It a through the quurtzitc ore, and In the time of Interment the body Is re- change would do me any good. places wns quite rich In gold, the ash moved from the casket and placed In and "I stopped at a she b"lng a great believer in Cardul, being colored a bright purple by the one of the live vault compartments. I deuse It. asked mo why I finely divided particles of metal. These are lined with heavy felt to cided to try it didn't prevent injury, should the Mipposed "I had only tifcen a fw doses when Too Many Prefer Dark Side. dead recover and become This I felt It would do ( sow' -There Is an old snylng that "a nt alctis gave hopes and I tts'-- it Ducts supply fresh air to man thlnketh tn his heart mi is he." I i all compartments so that one In a and It did mo uit a w. rf gvd. believe there is a great deal of truth state of trance may not be suffocated. Blnco which time 1 have i..ivor ceuswi In the ndage, remarks n prominent No person, other thnn the holders of to praise Cardul." Also, I urn the keys, can unlock and open the Philadelphia physician. t nale Cardul Is for "vnd 'n ' sure there Is a great deal of medicine massive Iron compartment nnd wop'nnI covrs .1 ,Ji to grow from the outside, hut thoy can be been ,onLii to , 'fb .' lu It When n man begins wl-i: . m 'r su b c gloomy, looks on the dark side of every opened from the Inside by handwheels. sil no not i..'.-- ..' million or th-question, "sets the shadows aud 'Dot ' Popular Mechanics Magazine, NC-IJtreatment. Try it. sister-in-law's . panic-strickestn-nlr com-plr.'.n-ts J Sit, Stand or Lie With Any Comfort. Sayi "Carrlui Did World oi Good." Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and the American Legion in particular for their kind assistance nt the fun cral and burial nf our brother, Kit gene Sheelian. MKS. AXDUKYV COt U JOS. I). SHKEHAX. , j NOTICE Of Stock Election in White Sulphur Precinct I, the undersigned, Sheriff of Bath county, hereby give notire that a poll will be opened at the White Sulphur precinct, in Bath n. county, Ky.. at the next which will be TUESDAY. THE 8th HAY OF NOVEMBER. l'J21 for the purpose of ascertaining the will cf the legal voters of said White Sulphur voting distr ct upon the ni'c.utiou generally shall b whether permitted to run at large.in said genery-electio- PUBLIC SALE uill sell t the liiirl.ist bidder m lwj inj; hcttsu and a'lout two acre of land on Slate Avenue, Owinp .ilk", Ky., Monday, October 10, c.tri tv t onrt day at about 1 :3( oVb.e: MKS. KLLKX Uri'BKlDflK. I ct'e The City Count il at its Hireling last week appointed Am brose Ulery city narwhal. lie ha: made n promising beginning ns nr. official. - rti!at district. J This September 8th, 1921. Sheriff By order of the Bath .County Court r W. A. BOYD. of Bath County. Ku'ie Mnnlcy,. of .ienr Reynoldsvjtle, fell fn. a iJfiiqL wj1'lS"' wa.4 iiaiiguur; wutr4t ejlncda3 l l a'ii'd broke tnrelr(bsX m ci . "1 .fJSS9r- s -- t uuuuuBceme: iAr mpr