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TLTJOH of VaU- m or wCtUtsiore jr the I5hs you can get olotu? the line. AN thread 5 rents a spoel nt (KXHHWStKK & CO'S. Mrs. J. J. Xobitt left Sunday tj vi-i- t hur daughter, Mrs. WiltuAi Stra- Make tatiw ttnkes, Try lr, f Ixington. Daw Cttkc Ptottr. Kd Burns and wife, of Mt. SterlII. C. BYROX. ing, wore guests of Mark Donaldson V The Kentucky) Court of Append and family Sunday. holds the absentee voting law an Mrs. Ijmra Kaslt has returned tonstltntioiml. from a visit to her sou, Brutus Kasl-am! SHINOLBS FOR SALE. T. K. RATLIKK, Orange City. in the Ewi'ip ol at Tiiolay's elwti t'fiiuer, Dein., for Ciunty .IiidgiAwas Btirliriilee ami Franriit Kallift, hu clc ted Harry McCuc, Uf.. arc hi tmsinoH at Irim-- , rlto hen a majority of souicthing over 100. j ThmuIhv. , j IJolit. Anderson, Hop., for Jailer, 31r.y7iOfran Shearer, of Losing- - ' was elected by n mnjority of about Urn, visited her mother Mrs. J. L. 140 ver Claud Statmi, Democrat. McCoy ShwIbv.. The J. i tho guiM i'lsi'' ua-.- i .uliiin ! '. race between Thos. L. Jones, if . sit Jugt Received a shipment of 2, DUna V KrhhwIm Salt. .1. R. STERLR. j Kvtiu W.Ya, Dem., and Luther Warner, Rep., foi Tax Commissioner is very close and it way take the olltcial count to determine who is elected. Van Green, Dem., carried this coir-tover Jennings, Rep., by about 100 for Representative in the Legislature, but it is reported that Jennings carried Rowan county h .r.'. Mrs Lyoiix returned ttt her home nominees at Snr(pinsvH, Town., Tuesday tif-c- r a visit t le'ativcx here. . Lacy Byron, who is traveling for Robison Bros. IlnrdwarcCompany. Wc have some unusual values of Louisville, visited hispaTents foi YeHHjr Me Over Coats. the week end. GOODPASTER &CO. Omar Barber, who' is employed in the Louisville Custom's House came - - X. IL Rankin, of Carlisle sold two hounds to, Tennessee parties for to visit relatives and friends last week and remained for the election. ' $260. Ed Gallagher and wife, of Lexing Gat readjf X ihmitigf allowed on the land' 1!hh Iron Company. of tK S. J. FEARING. lte Clark Bhhiom and daughter Miss Sup, of Millersburg, spnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kwing. The balance of the Democratic for county ollices had o Lewis Barber, b'cii., trd Magistrate in tho Wyoming wa-sl- ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATION, The President of the Tinted States has issued a proclamation declaring! Friday, November 11, 1021, as a dav to celebrate the anniversary of tlt- J signing of the Armistice of the Great World War, and declaring the same to he, a Jegal holiday and calliug on the people of tho United States to be patriotic enough to celebrate this day in an appropriate and lilting manner. Bath PostXo. 42, American Legion, will have charge of the ceremonies and acting in conjunct ion with and assisting the Legion the '".is- -men of and the public schools w,'!l participate A great parade will be given at or about the hour of eleven o'clock a. m. lead bv the Owingsville Band in which will be all jnen in uniform, the Owingsville Schools, Qonntv Publi Schools, Red Cross and bus - i j ANNOUNCING! THE OPENING OF A NEW CLEANING AND PRESSING FIRM Monday, Nra ber Make Sure of Enjoying Your Shooting "VTOW that it's time to be getting L ready for the hunting season, The Benzol Dry Cleaning Co. equipped to handle all kinds of Dry cleaning and pressing for winter. Cole's Hot ton, visited the family of will do the work nt E. L. & A. T. BYROX Mrs. Gallc- fain- Bkst Hosier ghcr's brother, John Reid and Uv .Sundnv. II. S. Goditer, of Frankfort We have Ladies late stlye Coats . Secretary of the Kentucky Jockey nt rsrt nri.c. Club, came Saturday to visit his pa GOOPPASTER &CO. rents, Judge C. W. Goodpaster and Specials Saturday Nov. 12, IS2I wife and to be here for the election. Oil Can QSc. 8 qt. GalMessrs. "Brooks ad Carroll Estill vanized Pall 20c. Good values. Byron, Virgil, Bascora and E. D. E. L. & A. T, BVROX Thompson attended the foot-ba- ll YELLOW OEORGIA PEACHES m ZIt gajion whs ier preserving, ,vt gaHgn while they last. ' R. C. BYROX. u game at Danville Saturday between Centre College and State College Misses Yirgaline Byron and Lu cille Vice visited friends in Danville- Saturday and Sunday and attendel gnme between Centre the foot-ba- ll College and State College. Salurdaj aftornoon and a dance Saturda.N night- dlr'll'orter) Case, who haB be employed for some mouths as guard at a whiskey house in Maysville, came last week and remained until the election. His residence isstill nt Frankfort. He is laid off his job for tjjrfV ?hc tetal resources ot all the lKcjiJuoky, according to the I Isptrls fctrea tt re the Comptroller of '$438,000,000. '.V., the 'tiuncdiatcly after the parade and wing r hgi'ig of ail tin o' B'ard otKdn at'oa t or Isaac Crnfc and Albert Wells by substantial ira.' town, an address will be dciivcred bj "'v II Sa'iiuel M. Wilsan, of Lex orities. to. tho I'wt bond". A! i City Election :' : 'ic.'.i.st.'N t'icrcaft r i Hadea J. Lacy was ejected Mayor '!! It fivca t ec . all ev without opposition- - , rvi- c l en in the ' c.ctU s' r r on C. W. Young was elected Police Judge over W. W. Power by a vote f .1. .1. : itt i:i tho In afternoon at one o'clock a of 230 to 102. The ticket for Councilnicn known nr. grain will lie rendered in tin witlj music and vul,; as the old ticket- - composed of T. M. Perry, Andrew Denton, John Reid, speaking At 2:30 o'clock a concert ill ' c given by t'i Stvdlcrj las Walter Young, L. D. Brother and J. -i at the City FWii.-ulil.ri.i:i W. Barnes, was elected. sji' ulil not fail tile pr .i : hear this orchestra as it is c ntt H0NAKER-B0TT- S f celebrated musicias. At 7 Robt. Lee Honaker, aged 17 years, sort of John W. Honaker, and Miss o'clock p. in. the Strollers will again ie a ooneert at the Cilv Sclmc Constance Botts, youngest daughter 'vdit-oriuBa for the lienclit of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Botts, both of P st, A- crican Ltgion. this town, eloped to Ironton, Ohio Bath County shouM tuni out Thursday night, and were married. lasse to celebrate the greatest vii Mr. Honaker and his bride spent r.- ever achieved in the world. Let Saturday and Sunday night with Lliic people stand by the Amurfca- Botts, brother of Mrs. Honaker, Legion and show appreciation ot in Huntington, West Virginia, returnwhat the boys did for them in the ing home Monday and going to o of Mr. Honaker's father, where Great "World War. Let us ende.i-to iaake this day long to be renicma welcome and a wedding dinnei awaited them. Mr. Honaker is an liercd and if you will lend youT pres intelligent, well educated young man nice yon will feel amply repaid for I1 Milton Steele anil W. M. Gar ner were elected members of tho J. .ieti. X Expert Altering and Repairing Department Truck making regular calls at every home in Owingsville on Tuesday mornings forclothing and delivers tlieni - on Saturdays. - '.'. - make up your mind not to experiment in getting equipment for shooting. ' BuyWinchester Wajrld Standard Guns and Ammunition, ttfe Rind you can trust. Winchester testing and inspection insure your Satisfaction, and the Winchester guuv&ntee backs them up. Come in today and look over our stock of Shotguns, Rifles, Shells,' Cartridges and cleaning supplies. -- .Mlit-hcus- e I 13 All work under personal su- l - c pervision of E. W. Morgan, who is an expert in the dry cleaning business. ram E. L. & A. T. BYRON the wmcHESrm store -- 0 - Ec-to- THE BENZOL DRY CLEANING GO. Over Belcher's Barber shop i - mm 'J. ... ' mww- of excellent-charactand capable ot succeeding in any line of business he wight undertake, while his bride is a charming and accomplished young aTHE WATjTER YOUNG COAL CO lady. The marriage of this extreme ly youthful couple was a genuine fMorv Dann Harbesffn, tho iss surprise to even their most intimate iwell0cnowngingcr of Flemingsburg,1 a time. severely bitten by a dog one Judge J. L. Atchison who has been friends. They arc receiving man; 4 jpras . day last week. It is feared the dog to his farm in Shelby county, went congratulations. . bad rabies. from there, at the solicitation of tin NOTICE TO HUNTERS Burley' Tobacco Association, to Wc kae some nnnsual values iv We the udersigned, land owners o Brown and Adams counties, Ohio, to . Uhildrons a4 MLses Coats. Look assist in the obtaining of signers to Bath County f or the purpose of pro them over for style, quality and t' tV lit t'J 'fa'-i- rcaiai'iing o: the Association. ur farms agree tit prohibit hunting. Everett Warner, son of John War GOODPASTER &CO. Thib Nov 3rd, 1921. ner, of near town, was taken td v Jas..T..Coyle, W..S..Gudgell 'o are prejwred to give a spcete hospital at Lexington Monday moi Mrn. Nannie Barber, J. W: Horseman h 4kKfiHt to banters on 'guns and ing for treatment for kidney rouble. Eiufiiet Horseman, Phillip Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elliott and runt)on far the noxt two weeks Charley Norns," Currah Crouch, babe-- of Ashland, wore week ynd C3B mft M to iuTestifratc. -Fletcher Crouch, Newton Xorris, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman B. L. & A. T, BYROX Er'ma Conycrs, Hannah Coylc, Roe Hart. J. J. (V.-le- , The open season for killing rab Ad li-n- al Albert Clark, who has been run names will be added t bits and partridges will begin next ning as express messenger between ') : t at 2V jicr name. Both rabbits Tuesday, Novcmbcr-1- 5 Lexington and Cincinnati visited his - ennd birds are saifKto be more plen- - Parents, Jas. Clark and wife for Resolutions of Respect liful than for several years. several days past. He has resigned HALL BATH LODGE XO. 40, 1. 0. 0. F- your new or old his position as express messenger Let us set up Salt Lick, Ky., Oct. 2oth, 1921 and has secured a place in the Cinstove. Wc have complete stock ol cinnati postofllce. Whereas Almighty God in His stove 'lroards, pipe, coal hods, firt wisdom,. has called from this life the shovels, pokers. Prices reasonable. Mrs. Ella Robertson Rev. E. E. Dawson, and lE. L. & A. T. BYROX Mrs. Ella Robertson died at GalS Whereas Brother Dawson was No. 40 STRAYED to my place near Pres voston, Texas, Monday morning, her a mcmocr ot Hath Lou-rton, an aged mule, with knocked death resulting from a stroke of pa lU. 0. 0. F, Salt Lick, Ky., bo it p Resolved, that in the loss of Bro. down hip. The owner may 'have him ralyis suffered List May. Mrs. Rob advertisement and erteon was Miss Ella Daugherty be Dawson, the Lodge has lost a faithby paying for .this fore her marriage to Adie O. Robert - ful nicmbei who in his daily c. grazing bilL the youngest walk and life, exemplified the prin Robertson. She s "B. B. CROOKS daughter of John C. Daughorty and cipals of viz., Love, His voice Some one- - .stole the milk can o wife and was reared in this town, rnonusmp anil Trutu. from the where she has numerous relatives will be missed from our lodge room, i Deputy Sheriff .Saunders cream station at Hillsboro and a few and many friends. Among relatives but remembering what he fcuid, how davs later the can was found .con- - who survive her here, are her sisters, he always stood for clean living, for verted into a moonshine still about Mrs. J. W. Hutchison and Mrs. W. P. high in(egrity and ever ready to lend Conner and niece Miss Mae Daugh i helping hand, will always be 'two miles from Ringo's Mill. crty. Her two sons, Ernest and John Wrtjrre of inspiration to his brother s. Though he sleeps, his Qur stock ef hardware and kin of Galveston and Groverton, Texas, ipj Umk is cwploie is every dc- also survive her. The burial was at ;ood deeds Jive. And be it Deceaeed-'was- , Ofc Resolved, that this lodge extends Onr pricca oh many lines at h .irovertoa, Texas. ears of age. to the bereaved family our heartfelt war basis. Give us an oppor--ptt!fr sympathy in their great loss,. Know, ' ,liow you tHrough. We will A meeting of tobacco growers was ingiow impossible it is for ub to V dad to coanBPe you of this fact teld Saturday fully comfort them in at the Court-hous- e their sorrow, Wajah for our Saturday Specials afternoon for the purpose 'of taking wo commend them to The, Eternal acli week. an inventory of the progress of the Father, Who alone is able to soothe E.L.& XT. BYROX Burley Tobacco Growers' Associu ft hetr grief. And be it .ion in Bath county. It was shown Hcsolved, that a copy of these Notice To The Public that all but about 140 acres in t!n 'resolutions be spread on the minute ltought tho stock of genera county Jg'C strong had bee signed-and-- a .book of the Lodge, and a copy bo fpgahdiw of John F. Conner, Io effort is being' made to corral tin delivered to the family, and a copy anc" cated at Harper's school-hous- e 140 acres. winted in the Outlook. t will sell goods at this stand. I Seeing Is-- Believing R". L. MYERS, put in a good line of new to The most1 complete line of staple goods akonce and will soil at lowest GRANT NORTH, A. II. POrXTS, .jyinrite all of my old patron and fancy groceries in Owingsville, Aa a naif. Hirficst prices' paid iiaea the war. You are iv:;J tf. (Vnmittec. .md be convinqfkL tnsf'ius a - er aviirg lumber. lUrac, nnd cement before buying. Right paces and prompt delivery. .r imces'onW6aI, attfiSleT tins,' colehrntToii. E. VV. MORGAN, WATT NIXON,' OLD HAVE VOUR CURTAINS FIXE?. - Proprietors WGR WINTER USE. . New Cleaning and Pressing Shop. E.. W. Morgan and Watt Xixon will ypen r new itry cleaning nnd press ing shop Monday under the name of the Benzol Dry Cleaning Co. Mr. Morgnn owned a pressing shop here i PHONE NO. We can make them good as new. Jjqt iis fiiV them.. before bad weather begins j for several years and the manv friends he made while in this busi ness before will he glad to learn of the return of such a successful and capable dry cleaner. They will in augurate a free delivery service in addition ti having their truck make regular weekly calls for your clothes. In connection with the cleaning and pressing they will have an altering department where all kinds of repairing will be done at very reasonable prices. Heretofore it has been necessary to seiid certain kinds of repair work to Cincinnati or Louisville but with, the opening of the Benzol Dry Cleaning Co. this will not e necessary. tf The race for Police Judge in th- City of Owingsville was a decided ictory for C. W. Young who defeat-ahis opponent Judge W. W. Powe,y a majority of over two to one. out-goin- REO COMFORT BUS LINE RUNS DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS TIME TlI3LK letatioa A. Labor races PARIS TO OWINGSVILLE Leave Paris for North Middletown 8:30 A. M. 4:30 P. M. Between Lexington, Paris, North Middlctown, Mt. We have reduced our labor to 60c an hour, making-inSterling: and Owingsville your repair bills less. Goodrich, Goodyear and Republic Tires, Cooper & Willard Storage Batteries OWINGSVILLE TO PARIS Leave Owingsville For v ML Sterling 5:30 A. M. 2 P. M. ft DENTON & SON f V DayPhone 58 Night Phone 136 Leave North Middletown For Mt. Sterling 9:15 A. M. 5:15 P. M. Leave Mt. Sterling For Nor'. Middletown ,6:20 A. M. 3 P. M. Leave Mt. Sterling for Owingsville 10 A. M. 6:00 P. M. Leave Nrth For Par's 7U5 A. M. 3:35 P. M. Mitldlf town Public Sale 200 ACRES mm County SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P RATES AS FOLLOWS: e Between Owingsville and Lexington Round Trip $4.00 Mr. Young is Owingsville's 3.00 Between Owingsville and Paris Round Trip Mayor and it is hoped that his serBetween Owingsville and Mt Sterling Round Trip 1.50 Between Mt. Sterling and Lexineton Round Trip 2.50 vices in the capacity of Police Judge 1.50 Between Mt. Sterling and Paris Round Trip vill as otliciciit and satisfactorx Between Mt. Sterling and Owingsville Round Trip 1.50 1 is these rendered as Mayor Our early bus leaving Owingsville at 5:30 a. m. will make close connection at Paris for 8 a.m. train for Cincinnati T. S. Shrout has begun the erec- Iersburg, Carlisle, Maysvilleind Lexington, tion of another dwelling house Waiting Stations as Foil OM'W r tho one occupied by Paris: Standard Oil Station, Corner 8th and Main Streets, Mamnnd familyvand the one oc- moth Garage, Corner Main and 2nd Streets. cupied by Austin Boaz and family. North Middletown: Murphy & Co.'s Store. Mt. Sterling: Ladies' Rest Room, Baumont Hotel. Owingsville: Steele's Grocery Corner. g also-Mil- be-twClyb-Youn- hi TO BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES, ON Saturday, November 12, 1921 AT 10 O'CLOCK - - . ' J l r i ,OuVlO0K.;S.TO:RER.EAR you wear i For sale by Co. only. A. when lie has to go until he is orderThis biplding will be ed tf ttp-- t ' ;!!('. furnished as soon as prneticablo with ! Vadley modern vostofflce eqnipmont and the j i eV1' ' eater. t Tie .mved into it. This buildinir is '' lioi & eo'iveiu'ntly located and- - will make Ij ter Cii. ii t 1' art i .it 'OI. j of thi Tjiibitio;i law. luss postoffice .u 'Srst uojions i As agent for R. 0. Richart I will sell at public auction, on the premises, 1 miles northeast of Sharpsburg on the Sharpsburg & Show 'Shiners Good Time. "ydo Young ami family Xivc mov Majsville model turnpike, the following property, which will be oil ffom Olympin to tin- '.ouae just and offered in three tracts and then as a whole. Hobert Duff, newly appointed proTRACT NO. 1 contains about 120 acres and is all in blue grass, iupMed by T. S. Shrout on t! hibition officer, came home Friday corner of Slate Ave, und Coylc St. nipht after participating in raids for timothy and clover. This tract lays well and has plenty of water, is under good fencing, has large pike frontage. Improvments conlo.M.shirers with eight other officers brick residence, large, spacious halls; sist of an If fl'l the sheriffs the State wero v ia and in Konti"'kv comii e bay windows, tile mantels, grates in every room; house heated by like Sheriff Collins, Letcher county, ilori if (ii Virgintn line. These pipeless furnace, has running water in the kitchen, sawed stone : . . .1 oa i. i it i. i oii'sners would smm he a thin; raids resulted :a the ' iiire of f.w tenant house, icehouse double corn cnb. This of office, less .stills and three men charged with on - 1.tobacco barn, tbt I'ast. Iiv"!i tenn most beautiful homes in Bath county. t'.im two ycV'-- he has captured 8: eratinj; the stills. One of the stil's, is one of TRACT NO. 2 contains about 35 acres seeded to rye. Plenty of tiu'n! cr of a new one, was ills and captured with two large oak, walnut and sugar trees, W ell w atered and fenced. Im"H oneraivix. vesiu'nce,with good cistern men who were in the act of starting provements consist of a at back door and all necessary outbuildings and adjoins tract No. 1. a lire to run it. Mr. Duff says huntPostofficeTo Be In New Building. TRACT NO. 3 contains about 50 acres and i all in blue grass, ing the elusive moinsh;i:er is rath"! timothy and clover. It is well watered and fced; improvements T. S. Shrout has rented the brick an exciting game as his habitat is consist of a tenant house. tobaco barn. This tract c,n .,.1 anions tho wildest scenes of the has considerable timber on it and adjv'ns tra' 'o. L niR the, Outlook office to the Govern- mountains, and he never knows just SALE POSITINE, RAIN OR StflNB. ment ', ' a period of ten years for sub-divid1 ry Vir-:;i- th-- ! : . ii.' v. . 11 fr.'i.o-tinim- te 10-ac- re tliH . I cant March 1; TERMS- - 15 per cent, cash day of sle: SS nt. intorst. balance in tKree equal payment, bearinjr p(v;o ';; ,.efiirine to k s at tarni apply w w ;amn, ojfc.m -- pr f . lllBC" Walter & fift r4iM, HARIIY LifeiTTON, Agej Auctioneer. , pra, L . ;r Ky. . -- - .i ' -- V iff '4 'OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. arling baby brightens home Children's Laughter a Pleasing Sound ing to tell you what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. We had six children die almost at Altoona, Pa. The A Mystery of the Silver Dagger By RANDALL PARrWSH Author of "The Strar: e Cat of Cavendish" "I am writ- Illustrations by A. Weil bj lUndall CHAPTER XIII Continued. OopTHght, 21 tles of your Vegetable Compound, and I can Fay that it is the greatest medicine on earth, for this baby is now four months old, and a healthier baby you would not want. I am sending you a picture of her. Everybody says 'That is a very healthy looking baby. ' You have my consent to show these few lines to anvbodv." Mrs. & W. Bevz, 131 3rd Avenue, ra. Altoona, birth. From one hour to nineteen days is all they have lived. Before my. next one was born 1 took a dozen bot- "taedicine. Millston, Wis. " 1 want to give you a word of praise for your wonderful We are fond of children, and for a considerable time after w A. Mrs. Jansscn's experience of interest to childless wives. stun. "Wlmt other inoiicy?" "That which Is t from nrro-- the vnter for the cause." "Oh, I sec; then? Is more coming then." 'Coming, yes; mnylie some Is here nlrendy.'' "Ilmv much did you owe the hank. Vlne7" "lletwecn eight nnd iilne tliousand; It Is overdue three mouths; now promise to nay It nil up tomorrow, "Oil. j on did. hey! out of that s I suppose)" else I get it, you Jleln CSott. I hnve no more." "Were think? suspi Pink- - "Suj," hurst out ViiUlKn " " '"J"'. Ml, UIU ., . ,. J LiVC Bit 'V me orean rayour mcaicine,.ana snail uways recommend It highly." Mrs ' H. H. 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One of the newest fruit products First Farmer How's your son getIs powdered lemon Juice. It Js pure ting along In the city? Juice reduced to n perfectly soluble, Second Fanner Oh, Just Dne. He's powder. The process Is said to be nn nlrendy on the pool committee of his adaptation of the spray club. method of reducing milk to powdered form. well-know- n n'ght?" ciously, "thatv nil rlKht, lut what bother me Is why this girl should hit you for It nt Just this particular time. Krnntz must have sent her, but what rumlo them think ynu had money now? It ain't very likely they was Just tnkln' n chance, is It? I believe thnt Is nil n d n He; they haven't got any more coming. Only I do think they imagined you might have some on hand." "How they Imagine that?" "Search me. Wine; only I happen to know there Is a li I of n lot going on under the surface. It don't look good to me, they jumping you just nt this lime." ou have not "What you mean? spilled nothing?" "Me!" be laughed rouchly. "D n It, I'm not the spilling kind. There's been plenty o" fellers after the dope, let me tell you, but I've let 'em hunt. Sny, I've had to lnush sometimes the wny they've been fooled. You know that guy who cnlled himself Horner.?" "Sun. a smnrt fellow." "You het he is; n d n sight smarter thnn you think. He ain't Horner nt all. If you ask mo; his right name was Harris, ns slick a crook as ever lived." 'Harris? a crook? What was It I saw in the paper? Wasn t he the same guy what was croaked Inst A Feeling of Security know MOTHER, QUICK! CALIFORNIA GIVE FIG SYRUP You naturally feel secure when you that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmrr'a Pwamrw j Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence is maintained every 1 bottle of SwanuvRoot , It is scientifically compounded from vegetable beriu. 11 not stimulant and is taken in FOR CHILD'S BOWELS ' ."You bet he was; that's what I'm telling you about; that's why I come up here to get this off my chest. He biffed this fellow Horner coining over, blew In witli all his papers, an' stnrt-e- d nogotiotln' with Krnntz and Alva. iTe jn Alva got awful thick." 'l know; what was the game?" "To get that check Into cash, of course. He hung arouuij for that purport for weeks, an' then missed rns. Even a sick child loves the "fruity" tsste of "California Fig Syrup If the llll If yoirrcMlrl J7? is conusor jass, leveriso, full of cold, (Zs colic, b teaspoonfol will never OA to open the bowels. In a few j teaspoonful doses, not recommended for everything, hours you can see for yourself how thoroughly it works all the constlpa- - ? l nature't &tt helper in relieving toty, UTer nd bud tion poison, sour bile and waste from ' 5d .oveffnun8 the tender. little bowels and gives you j . , ..u : well, playful child again. SwamD- Kilmers ? r "California 'every ,"7.1. Mlllions of mothers keep Boot Fig Syrup" bandy. They know a tea-- 1 If you need a medicine, you should spoonful today saves a sick child to--1 have the best. On sale at all drug stores ie of two sues, medium and large. Isaorrow, Ask your druggist for genuine 111 you wish first to try this California Fig Syrup"-- which has dl-- 1 HoweT. sections for babies and children of all "' "T 5f kes printed on bottle. Motherl Ton Igiust say "Calif omla" or you may get mention this paper. Advertisement, l imitation fig syrup. Advertisement. Earning Her Title. Put His Foot In It "A Yntes Center woman," says Dick She It seems strange that you did Trueblood, "has to look after a sportot remember my face, yet you reniera- - ing son. n nmliling husband and a Ibered my name. pointed daughter, and for that reason Well, you know. the neighbors refer to her as' The He' (awkwardly) Ijoa have an attractive sort of name. Director of Sports.' " Topeka Capital, V out" "An " ,T ' "Sura I knew him. first time I got eyes ot the bloater; but what was It to me? I'm not in this business for my ' lieiitli. Wine, I never gave a d fa a;io got hands on thnt stuff, so I Had any grab at it. Harris an' I haft It framed; that's why I was out there, wnltin' for a signal from him. But whin you beat him to It, I'd Just as Roau be your running mate as -- a wordf ou knew him, an' never said iUlttS. Jl'J" "Hush I don't talk so loud! And (now you say Harris is dead?" "As a mackerel; he couldn't be no deader. But that was my house where he was croaked, an' so 1 got to get out o' town. The police ain't wise so far. but they might tumble If I hang around." "That why you come Here?" "Exactly; I've got to have some rlno right away, and it's up to you to see that I'm, heeled. You know where the stuff is, and how to get It quick." "I wouldn't dare use that money yet; I haven't even opened the bag." "The h I you wouldn't! You are goln' to cop oS enough to pay that note tomorrow, nln't you? That's what you promised the girl. Well, I'm just ns Important as she Is, I reckon, and I'm goln' to have my share, you bet, or else Til make it hot for you I'll say that" "You haven't nothing but your own tsrord." I you don't know who this 'vlth n fret 3st, rocking his head back is or what he Is up to?" und cutting n gash In his chet'k from "So. I don't. Wine, but he's sure got ,whlrh blood spurted. If he possessed some game on, an' he's got my gout. any before, he lost It then, Iti 1liHi.i Mt-- l nil nn.l . (mux crnzed with hate nnd the deslro to knows too il n much. That's wliatn kill. He was a barroom fighter, bound makes me leery about her being here by no rules, cnpable of any ferocity pumpin' you." biting, gouging, using hands and feet, "She didn't pump me." it ruthless savage. It was this which "You mean to say the two of you defeated him, for while I was neither didn't talk about Alva?" cool nor clear of mind, I kept my head "We talked about him, of course1; MitflclenUy to remember my training we commi t neip it, hut she never and accept every udvantiige that prehinted at nothing, nnd she didn't ask sented itself; more than that, the very no questions. Only it seems they've threats with which he tried to goad found out one thing thnt hain't been me were guides to Ids own action, reported by the police she knew giving me the swift hint needed for what he was killed with." defense. "What's that! She told you what Iteallzing Wine wns back of me, stuck him?" I managed to whirl the big bulk of "You bet she did; she had one of the battling Itussian about so as to 'em herself, mi' took It out of her block any surprise uttack from the rear. hat. and put It right down here on This movement gave me the support the desk. 1 thought for n second I of the wail, nnd, using It ns a dewas going to keel over, but she didn't fense, I resorted to the same turtles notice. Just went on talkln'. How do adopted by Waldron, assaulting blm yer suppose she ever found thnt out?" with feet ns well as hands, breaking "Severn told her, that's how. It his strangle hold on my throat and was dropped there In the dark. That him backward, so that a swift feller got It some wny. nnd hid it In kick sent the fellow stumbling over n his valise. That was, what made Har- pil of books, clawing at the empty ris so sure he was in on the Job. air for support, lie would have gone because lie raided the room at some spiawliiig iipoii ids back If Wine hud hotel and found the thing." "You don't imngine the girl Is play-it- i' us?" "1 don't Imagine nutliln', but I'm playin' safe. I don't know what the h either of them are up to, but I llgure they know too d n much, an' I nln't sola' to take any chances linngiii' round till they now out the rest. That's my Idea, to skin out while there's some chance to get nway. ho pony up my share. Wine, an' then you can do whatever you darn please with what's comln' to you. What do you say?" I could hear the other tramping nervously back and forth across the room. His failure to answer must have arigered the Itussian, for, after a minute, he burst out with on onth : "D n it, why don't yet say some thing? Tart o this hoodie's mine, ain't It?" of course." "Well, then, cough It up! Where did you plant the stuff?" "It's put awny In n safety vault," Wine explained, his voice almost failing him. "Honest, Waldron, I can't get It tonight. It's too late. The bank Is locked, nnd I haven't opened It." '.'You're n liar! You never dnred to lug the thing around! You wouldn't be seen with It in your hand In day- The Clenched Fist Crunched Into Ills Whiskers. light. I know you, you sneaking cur. You brought the stu.T straight to this odl;e thnt night, nnd, by God, I be- not been directly in the way. As it lieve It is here yet. What do you was, he struck the other, the force of want me to do kill you, nnd then his big body hurling the smaller man hunt? That Is what's goln' to hap- heavily against the ledge of the outer pen, unless you come ncross, too. I'll window. As the fellow struck, the shake the gizzard out of you, you lit- glass shlveijed and crashed Into a tle snenk, if you try any trick on me." thousand pieces, but before Waldron He must have gripped the other, could regain firm footing, or realize what had happened, for there wus n struggle. Wine whim him, breaking throughI was again upon his dazed guard pering as though half choked. and driving my fists straight injo his Sneak up, you cur! This thing di Tace. Where is It now? vides fifty-fiftThe revolver in Wine's hand was Whnt's that behind those books? il 1, I wouldn't believe you under discharged, the bullet whistling past even ns the report cracked, the onth. Go get It out from there; let's me. but pressure of the Jew's body forced the have a look at the stuff." smaller man relentlessly backward He must have flung the other clear over the sill. He gave across the room, for he came down one wild yell of fright, utterance to releasing the sprawling, his body striking ngalnsf gun nnd gripping desperately at the door of the closet, behind which collar for support, crouched. The catch broke under over backward nnd went, then toppled dowo.. the impact, ami, before I could draw We both henrd the crash as the back. I was In full view of both men. splinters of glass gave way. and the fMulI, dend thud of the body as It struck CHAPTER XIV.. somewhere ar below. The Russian seemed paralyzed with terror.j unnble Death of a Murdertr. The Wine, outstretched on the door at to quite comprehend what had occurred my very feet, stared up at me, so behind him. But I had seen the tragstartled by my sudden appearance edy, nnd my mind worked like a flash. ns to be speechless. Waldron, ob- He made one weak effort to spring livious of all else but the money, now aside, forgetful of his own dunger, his almost in his possession, was upon guard dropped, and I let him have It nis knees before a bookcase, dragging straight in the Jaw. The clenched fist out the heavy volumes from the low- crunched Into his whiskers, and, with er shelf, dumping them on the floor. arms flung up, he went over as If From behind these he had already shot, his bead striking an edge of the drawn forth Into view a black leather overturned bookcase as he fell, and valise, when Wine found voice, utter- lny there motionless, a trickle of blood ing a strange cry of terror, which slowly oozing out upon the floor. I stepped back and leaned out caused him to glance about. He leaped to his feet instantly, his eyes through the broken window; three glaring into mine, one hand flung back stories below, on a graveled roof, lay something black, huddled up groas though in search of a weapon. I gnve him no time. I leaped tesquely, which I knew was a human straight at him, striking so hard even body, crushed helpless, Its bones ns we crannied thnt thn blow sent him broken. I drew back from the grue- reellnir hnrk itrninsr tho hnnitcnsp. tt . some sight, so sickened I reeled dlzzl . ly, clutching nt the sill for support As I clung there, uncertain, dazed, my mind for the moment a blank, some one began rattling and pounding against the door leading Into the cor"And Siem FEEBLE BLOOD WD Glide's P.o-Manga- n A- - self-contr- HAVOC Maker' Liquid and "Tiger" Says, "Remember!" What has France's "Tiger" In mind? Thnt Is the question. Georges Clemenceau, France's war premier, at the unveiling of 11 monument depicting him in his little slouch lint, nnd surrounded by pollus, facing the Germans In the trenches, delivered what some observers considered to be his valedictory to French pnbllc life, others, however, considered it as Inwell-know- n Red Blcs fJ; Tat?t Form. in The arena. monument was erected by the people of Cleineneeau's native department of Vendee, In honor of the former premier's activities during the war. "Remember!" was the keynote of his address. "Let us said Clemen-eea"and let us keep from substituting by vain words, the acts which are t expected of the country. us remember France's motto. 'Live in the peace of Justice, or nerlsii.' Yester- tlay we were the victors. Let no one pluce us In the situation where we ask whether we still are victors. "I see that some persons are magnificently occupying themselves with safeguarding peace In the Far East. We can wish them nothing but success, i.ut the I'nrlflc icenn Is far uwny. nnd the German frontier is very close to us. Why not link together nil the disturbing questions? "It Is not too late to say that reparations and securities are Inseparable terms ; thnt each "renclminn is worth one German, and that France renounces nothing of what Is due her." rena-uiber- ," u. terpreting the "TlgerV to the active pcillth-a- l In- for-'in- 1 When blood becomes thin and weak It Is due to a falling off in the numbe of red blood cells. It Is easily recognized by pallid skin or a blemished complexion, loss of appetite or unnatural irritability and n sensation, ot weakness. It Is not dnngerousat first In fact, many people scnrcelyliotlce go on for days, thinking they will be better the next day. The great danger Is In the possibility of becoming seriously ill from disease, which can work havoc In a body that lacks the endurance and resistance In rich, red blood. Taken In time and steadily, a few are a bottles of Gude's great help. It Improves the quality of the blood by adding red blood cells. They check the weakness, improve the appetite, and clenr the complexion. n You can get Gude's In liquid and tablet form at your druggist's. Get the genuine with the name on the pack"Gude's age. Advertisement Pepto-MnngPepto-MangaPepto-Mangan' .The Dark Cloud. It Is not surprising that clouds come In for more or less criticism. They live hlqh. are often dissipated, and can usually he classed with the wets. NAME "BAYER" Phipps and Colorado Roads Senator Ijiwrence C. I'hipps of did his state a good turn the other day. He wrote to State Treasurer Strong: "I nm ndvlsed that unemployment In Colorado bus been aggravated on nccount of the stopping of state highway work because the state of Colorado Is unnble to sell the highway bond? nt the price fixed by law In competition with other offerings of securities. That I may help In a practical way to relieve the unemployment Colorado j IS ON GENUINE ASPIRIN Fear, If You "Bayer Take Tablets Without See the Safety Croto." "Y-y- If you wan the true, Aspirin, as prescribed by physicians for over twenty-on- e years, you must ask' for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." The "Bayer Cross" is stamped on each tablet and appears on each pack-- t age for your protection against Imitations. Advertisement world-famo- - J In Colorado, I shall be glad to purchase $.ri0,000 of the state of Colorado 5 per cent bonds oh ns favorable terms and price as may be arranged for the sale of these securities. Not only will the unfortunate condition of men being out of work io remedied by the purchase of these bonds by. our citizens, but nil of the citizens of the stnte will benefit by tho development resulting from the construction of proper highways." There are !,000.000 of these hlghwny bonds. Senator Thlpps' offer In spired plans for n statewide campaign to sell the bonds nnd prevent 5,000 men from losing their Jobs on more than CO highway projects, embracing about 2T0 miles ot roads. Then a trust company of Denver stepped in and bought the while Issue at par with H"crued Interest Word of the sale reached Maj. L. D. ilauvelt, head of the highway commission, as he was Informing a meeting of contractors that construction would have to stop two days later. Bulky Communication. Belshazzar saw the writing on the wall. "There's one advantage, anyway," he declared, "my wife can't ask me to mall it." Watch Your KkIiiieys bad back ia probably doe to kidneys. It shows ia a doll. throbbing backache or sharp twinges when stooping. You have headaches, too, dizzy spells, a tired, nervous feeling and Irregular kidney action. Don't neglect it there ia danger of dropsy, travel or Bright'a disease! Use Doan't Kidnev Pills. Thousands have saved themselves more serious ailments, by the timely use of Doan't. Ask your weak That ' 3 neighborl Liquor Laws and the Rich Judge Ben B. Undsey of the Dea ver Juvenile court IS again In the pub lic eye. On the ground that It would be unjust to punish a lesser offender against the bootleg laws while wealthy social leaders of Capitol Hill. Denver's society section,' are allowed to fill their wine cellars with smuggled liquors without fear of molestation. Judge Ben B. Llndsey of the Juvenile court freed Chester Lasater and Clete Hln- ton, accused of giving young girls liquor to drink. Judge Llndsey charged thnt a "conspiracy" exists among the rich to have the liquor laws enforced only against the poor. "If we are to hnve Jail sentences." declared Judge Llndsey, "I would recommend that the prominent men in volved In the delivery of thousands of s dollars' worth of booze free of the poisons that fn the booze of the poor are punishment enough be fol lowed, prosecuted and sent to JalL "I OUld recommend flint tho soelpfv lender nnrt nt nmmlnpncft who are interested in getting these laws enforced semi their Investigators Into the homes of the rich with search warrants to Inspect their cellars, and then have the courage to go after them." Coming In tho midst of a city campaign to check bootlegging nnd vice the decision of the Judge caused much excitement flrst-clns- Wal-dron'- B DOAN'SV FOSTER-mBUKN Madison Black, farmer, retired 513 & Vine St.. Van Wert. Ohio, ays: "I bad rheumatic pains and couldn't stand but a few minutes at a time, ify back was weak and when I was able to work. I fait tired and worn out I had sever tAtfhes Jn my back. My kidneys were weak and acted too often, but a friend recommended Doan's Kldpey Pills and tbrM boxes cured nv entirely." Cet Doaa'a at Any Stan, 60c a Bos CO. BUFFALO. K. Y. An Ohio Case Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor Sua 2Se, Okbaot 25 aJ 53c, Talna 2Se. 1 EASY TO KILfcM RATS and JT T MICE Ready for Us Battar Than TrB u iaBf-sa- e in eruy rax. DlKcaon Rata. Use. Cotkroaehai. ants aad Waurbns ot deiuoy rood and vroprtr aaa ar aurt Itan aunts. SUanu' tuctne Pa tone fttaftalz.mm . to ran from UiabalklUf fervor aad -SJeaixifua. Money mckltlttaUs.' U. S. OoTammaot bays 1U "Ain't I! Say, Wine, don't be a fool ; there are others beside us that's got, a nose In this affair. There's a saloonkeeper down on Sixth avenue, named Costigan, who's got all o' Harris' dope- - an' he's goln' to keep on M -- Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer." SP1RIN Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Rheumatism Neuritis Pain, Pain the trail. WARNING! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 21 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Toothache Earache Eaady tin tfc low who's liable to raise h 1. I uln't got him exactly placed yet, but he's the guy that led up to Harris being killed. I'm the only one what knows that, an' I nln't talked before." "Who Is he a detective?" "Maybe; Harris called him Severn. They got the guy down Into Costlgan's and the three of us slugged him. They patched him up, and then locked him lnto a back room over in my place. The next morning they was goln' to give him the third degree. Then with him safe, Harris went after this girl, thinking she would be made Then there's another fel- Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Asplrla It ttidt boxes of 12 tablets uti mt BotUes of 24 and 100 All druggists. Birtr Mintutars C Mooototlcseltoater of SsllcrllescU to talk. I didn't want to trouble with Harris, ner Costigan either for the matter of that they're both of 'em bad actors." "Well, then, what happened?" "That's mostly guess-worThey had this guy Severn locked In upstairs. Ifestern CanadaOffers Health andWealth ST and has brought cootentinent and happiness to thousands of home seeker and their families who hare settled on her FREE homesteads or bonsht land at attractiTe prices. They have established their own homea and secured prosperity and Independence. sections of the prairie Ia the great cTain-snnnprorisces there is still to be had on easy terms land similar to that which through many years Baa yielded zromZO to 45 bnsnela ot wni to sbmdK& v ABdhocau efrTisllT nrofitahlc Hundreds of fsrm era In Western Canada have raised crops is a single season worth more than the whole cost of their land. Healthful climate, good neighbors, eharchea. KBSStsSBSBflBrSITvBSlV Fertile Lm4 at SIS to $3Qawe He was unconscious when we dumped him there, and later, when my wife got this girl to come over they was raised In the same town Harris he turned the key on her. They was aiming to bring them together the next morning, but somehow Severn must have woke up, an' got out o' the room, for the next thing I know'd he jvas flglittn' Harris out In (he hall, an' after that I found the girl had skipped out durln' the fracas." "They both got awny?" "Clean, leaving Harris behind with his skull busted; deader than a doornail when I got to him." LENIN aaa BETWEEN TWO FIRES agriculture. "The advantages for make a tremendoos appeal to industrioos set. tiers wishing to improve their circumstances. For nhvtrmUd IJrerstm. maps, dtseriscloa of farm eportaniUM la Maaitaba. Saafeatebawaa. AlbarU aaq antan liotcinraa, rsoncaq rauiray iwaa. Dairying, M4xed Farming anal Stock Raisins; Dictator It Finding It Hard to Grant Freedom of Trade and Retain Communism. Riga. Newspapers In Moscow gtvq some inkling of the struggle In Russia during the first two months of the attempt to restore sometb'ig like normal civilization along'"' line of tytnfnjsinevr Pollcv.Jn jnvia 'rfy'nm. PKViiSBBSsEi W. S. NCTKKYa 82. hter "UsTKWf W Pw 'awwHWtl Bl Henry I'. Davison (portrait herewith) culled by some economists the "greutest, banking genius" In, the country, will be definitely out of all finanTREATED ONE cial and social activity for a year, it WEEK FREE Is announced nt the office of J. I. MorShort breathlna- n-door open nnd faced them almost coolgan & Co. Davison plans to go with llved in a few boom ly. There we're four policemen, the his family to his plantation at Thomas-vlllswelling' reduced tn a lew daye: rcculatea the liver, kidney, stomach first a sergeant, reGa. He was forced to give up and heart: purUiee the blood, ttrengthens tha volver In hand, and behind these a active direction In Morgan & Co. reentire system. Write far Ft Trial Trmatmtnt. jam of excited Individuals of both cently to hnve an operation for tumor COUDH OsDPST BEHESf CO, Deal LMTUSTJ.U. sexes, peering over shoulders to gain of the brain. view within. Tho sergeant gripped Cons for Good. The temporary retirement of Mr. me by the collar. "Now, you; what'a and Mrs. Davison from New York "Now," said the great magician, up hero? Have you killed somebody?" society leaves n niche to be filled. it rolling up bis sleeves to show that he had no concealed mechanism to de--1 "No," I answered, making no effort Is reported, by Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall celve the eyes, "I shall attempt my to break away, still breathing hard, Field of Chicago. The Davison box never-fallinexperiment" but able to express myself clearly. at the Metropolitan opera will be ocTaking from his pocket a half dol"There is a man dead, but ho fell from cupied this season by the Marshall lar he said : "I shall cause, this cola Fields, who also "111 occupy the Davj a window. I have nothing to conceal, to disappear utterly." sergeant. My name Is Severn, and 1 ison mansion at GOO Park avenue. So saying be loaned it to a friend. :nra connected with the United States Marshall Field, third, returned to consular service. Give me a chance Chicago recently from a two months' ' BBd trip to Europe, and he had, as he ex &77WDINP N,iktStrong, md I'll hand you my card." Haom Ibaklo He must have been Impressed by ths) pressed it, a marvelous piece of luck while he was there. His two colts. Gol".MtheyTlreJtch, way I acted and spoke, for he released den Corn and Cistercian, ran well at Doncaster. Golden Com won three stake Smart or Bum, if Sore, cQ&J. ro his grasp and accepted the card I races nnd Cistercian two. "Hush! Doni Talk So Loudl" SAiTEVrC Irritated. Inflamed or "It wns purely a pleasure trip," said Mr. Field. "I can't tell you a thing Sshecl out of n vest nnrbpt hMln,- - it YOUR Granulated. useMurine knew me then, aiid the recognition J hp to the light In order to rend tr about business conditions. But those horses of mine say, you ought to have often. Soothas. Refraahea. Safe for brought with It a fury which trans-- 1 script. seen them run." Infantor Adult At all Druggists. Write for Oka Free Eye Book. Krlat t la4-- j formed the Russian Into a wild beast I (TO BE continued.) Coward as I felt him to be, now that' Joya of Other Days. he was cornered, with, the spoils of j Possibility of Another Ice Age. "What are we making?" victory In his very grasp, he became ' A succession of such eruptions as "Sixty miles an hour. This Is ths a demon, a mad dog, wl:os6 only de- - thnt of the Mt. Katmal volcano la life, ehr J Alaska In June, 1012, would plunge sire wns to kill. Supreme court of the United The "I dunno. When us d to drive out "You're fighting a man this time, the enrth Into another Ice age by States, said to be the most august tri- In a buggy with a I pretty girl, I usedf ; not a whiffet h like ! diiclng the sun's temperature to a low bunal In the world. Is now for the to prolong the affair by encouraging Harris. I'll blow n bole clear thrnur'h degree on earth, Dr. Robert E. Griggs first time In Its history presided over the horse to go slow." yer I Sneaked in, did yer? Well, yell 6ol(I berore the American Association by n chief Justice- - who formerly was never sneak out ngaln! Say, how do for Advancement of Science. a President of the United States True. yer like the taste o' that?" He struck William Howard Taft Chief Justice Walter I know another thing with a knee In the stomach, grinning Plant parsley seed In one of your Taft succeeds In office the late Edabout people who live In glass houses. as I loosened my grip on his beard, houee Jardinieres. It will make an ward Douglas White of Louisiana, who William What's thatt nnd tried to butt Into me with low- attractive plant for the house nnd May. Two months later Presdied Inst "They shouldn't cast reflections." ered head. I caught him Instantly, when grown can be used for the tabla ident Harding appointed Taft to the vacancy, the third Ohloan to become London Answers. chief Justice. The appointment was munlsts. Reform after reform hns'l, peasants' conference whtrt. . The Neglected Ons. r . ,i vi. 1. ... f ti... h aan uuuuuuvcu, i. confirmed by the senate, but owing wvu AniiAittiMjl 1. . . Hit: iUUMt'uw I .iiih nprpaeir uul "I see It Is claimed that contented nonpartisans to the close of the last term of court cows give papers say that difficulties are arts g with the rammunlslB to better milk." and the adjournment over the summer at every turn. store Russia; "Yes, nnd happy hogs yield finer par-lredl- months. Chief Justice Taft never pre- pork products. Everything Secklov and other more radical torlally bemoan r la tending "the sided over the court writers, however,; are filling the peasants nre not In that.' direction. It Is only the conwon't The administration of the JudiPravdn nnd Izvestla with arguments In do anything nt il sumer who Is discontented." Louis cial oath, the final step In the Inducwhich they attempt to show that free ville Courier-Journa- l. Information pendent tion of a new chief Justice, wns attrade already has .proved an utter soarces, howevci lot Len-thtended by all of the age-olceremojiy failure. They nre also adopting the In hns no Not a Hoot he allaehed. jn the jiatuwCs "I,told,you.80" attitude and suggest- not 8w blv .net J. ' ..at. self-contr- ridor. I crossed the room, my limbs trembling so I could scarcely walk, my breath coming In gasps. They wero kicking against the wood and pounding with fists, seeking to break In the lock. The sight sobered me, brought back my nnd I threw the Davison Will Take a Rest B,vfS.ou. STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE a DROPSY - e, 1 -- g 1 yCtUfTC Hn"g SrS, 'i tltO Taft and the Supreme Court re-y- er 1 . buJyr - re-in- ' JPt at d . siht V Ji&V v- - & ..V ' v OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. 1 CWINGSVILLE. KY. jtE YOU A ? alth li Your Most Valuable Asset. Hero is How to Take Proper Care of It FURS IN DEMAND in DASH AND COMFORT COMBINED ,4 xSV' byB and attributes their ciin to ner use or this rem- can recommend the "Pre-prospective to any .r. it will build her up In a . short time and make mothered pleasunt" Mrs. J. E. Callow, A. F. D. No. 1. Go to your neighborhood drug tore today and get Favorite Prescription in tablets or liquid. Write Dr. Pierce, rres. Invalids' Hotel In Buffalo, M. y., for tree confidential medical arrvjpa. Vtabula, Ohio "During expee- my daughter took Dr. Pierce' jrito Prescription and had good s from Its use. She has threa American Peltry Is Thrilling Expression of Style. WMGLEYS J i-- - - Broadtail and Caracul Are the Strong Favorites to Keep Out the Chilly Blast- -. American furs ntv ilie beauteous cre ations of tlu nge. They nrc so sumptuous, so luxurious nnd so thrilling In their expression of stylo. We ure seeing lovely things inndc of American lirondtnll. that pressed lnmh's skin In gray and taupe shades. There ure short coats of this nnd wraps and long ttVDrawinii by Ray Walters i - rit )trLvis in tr i lhjli iv. j -- x i s . a 'After Every Meal" lUlWtUlUHUIIIHIUlUIIHV Next time you "Porter! Some papers, please, and turn on that fan." "Yar-s'm.- " PALMER'S sHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIb LOTIOH SOAP CONTAINS THE WONDERFUL PALMER'S LOTION AND I USE IT. ALL DRUGGISTS. CUARANTt t D IT mm ton SOLON PALMER KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as coats, each with Its own brnity nnd Btyle. One designer made n s tort suit f broadtail that will open ue purse trlngs of ninny n smart Wumnn this season. It lias a skirt inndc straight nd rnther short nnd tightly fitted this nil of fur. nnd lined tliroughout with satin In the same shade of gray, so that It will slip on nnd off and round one's figure with the greatest ease. Then there Is a short ami fitted coat made naively just us though It were mndc of tweed or some such ordinary materlnl. It Is the prettiest thing In the wny of n suit that the American woman, always n lover of suits, has seen In a lung, long while. Then there are all sorts of lavishly 'xpenslve furs that the dealers nre selling quite casually as though hard times had never been mentioned above whlsjier. They would keep out the e To make this a most attractive chilly blasts of Iceland, so warm and navy diagonal serge is trimmed thick and so unsparing of width nre rows of cardinal red silk they. The most popular fur of the mo- - with stitching. cos-tum- "Get me :t paper, yes, ami a timetable." "Yass'r, jus a minute, suli."' "Oil, Lord, I can't tell; let's see: Vacuum bottle, both palm beaches, 'Age of Innocence.' Three decks, my little orgiuxly, kodak. mashie. Even your old back-spi- n Can't tell what I've forgotten till we've 'tartcd. if they don't treat Bourbon right I Never can Dear old pup I He knew" we were going, tlidn't he?" these awful staterooms!" "Oh 'board 1" "A-w-1- -1 want to concentrate on a piece of work just slip astickofWRlGLEY'S between your teeth. 1 1 Waghl Tighten up ycr felloes and fcrgit yer fawfaraw. wedges fore ye hit the Arkansaw, Or yer tvheels will chunk Call yer wagons Concslogas, Fittsburghs, Dearborns, tf ye like. But they'll all be thunderin' nameless past the Independence pike; Cut new aj:lc-trestretch ycr canvas tilts above. Pick yer man ye want elected capitan at Council Grove; Ev'ry coon's his wagon-maststretchin' out o' here today, Hut, Ihe capitan is some from Council Grove to hanta he; Fill up on Missouri punkins while there's punkini here to cat, when yer out among the meat. Fer yer teeth can fetch up salt-soAnd its ten of coffee, fifty flour, that ev ry mggtrs laktn , And it's twenty pounds of sugar and it's fifty move of lacon. And calico and lead and drillin that he s carlin ttirouqh, With beaver peltries bringin' upward six dollars a plew; Catch up! All's sell Stretchout! An' hep the ccvayard away. Eight hundred miles is laym on the road to kanla be. es er re E It's a wonderful help and in daily tasks sports as well. aJdkv'jfWHi; (V " " y Atrvv "that good kind" cHy it and you, will know why YOU CAN SAVE $50:22 Br rwwtoi year old mU toe (tum to At mil aiktl usd modali of en, A7 psrsoa ihxnidnni mr cm pat It aa. We GALOSHES AGAIN FOR WINTER Flip-Flo- Scheduled for Footwear Another Season According to the Shoe Store Men. p farit euid up C 0 ij. 7C tines rsrOTrsii The sight of dainty mioses and along the mistresses street, their trim ankles hidden In the gaungraceful depths of loshes, which startled the sophisticated "Now I know. I forgot all my adorable pink silk ones, and my bead bag. And the opera glasses, 1 should have told Ingebord "Never mind, dear; this isn't our honeymoon. Sec those things out there? make cattle drunk. They're silos Hot as tho devil, isn't it? There, how's that?" "Last call fo' dinnah in tho diuin' cyan, Three cyahs fo'wa'd." "Oo! Ice cream I I hope it's in those wet, cold slices, of tan and strawberry marble, nice Sort of like cross-cuv ts d, the zest that means success. A.sreat deal places come easy, for WRIGLEY'S gives you comfort and poise it adds disappear and hard Hazards for 5c The Flavor Lasts fatrMT marr top & Tun ca. im. c. cut...ti. o. Why docs a boy dislike a cat! Because of the tricky way a cat treats mouse. BOSCHEPS SYRUP ,Allay Irritation, Soothes and Heals Threat and Lung "T.flammatlon. , years, the orid for the last nfty-flv- e enabling the patient to obtain a good a.ght'8 rest, free from coughing, with -usj expectoration In the morning. yon can buy Bosch ee'sSyrup wherever t medicines are sold. Advertisement. cough keeps the delicate mucous membrane of the throat nnd lungs In a congested condition, which Boschee's Syrup gently and quickly soothes and heals. For this reason It has been a favorite household remedy for colds, coughs, bronchitis and especially for lung tr tbles in millions of homes all over Coat of American Broadtail Trimmed With Brown Fox. ment Is caracul, and this can be In any of the lighter, grayer shades or It can be In black, but always It Is excel lent In style as the law Is written this season. New Shades From Old. When white window jdinde.s become soiled Utey can be easily renewed and freshened by a new coat of flat white paint. Take them dotrn aud unroll them and stretch them ngalnst a flat surface of wall or board. Give each side a coat of the paint, and when dry darker shade of green or brown. whichever Is preferred, can be put on one side, thus giving a practically new, double faced curtain. Delicious Sweetmeat. Malaga crapes nre nice dipped In melted fondant, set aside to harden and then dipped In melted chocolate. The almost constant Irritation of a W'agh! Made the bank slick as shootin' on the run, An' we're miles from Independence and another day is done. nnd made grundpap, So lay down lazy on yer old apishamore mat, In town for the day, start reminiscing about "the days back there when I And smell the cherries boilin' in ihe yeller huffier fat, , " when they wero And cut yer fleece-flap- s went with the grain and drink yer hot horns full; worn last winter. Is nliout to be per- lomght were munchm boudms from the belly of a bull. petuated In the wintry days to come. And there's hump-rib- s past all shinin' and there's beaver tails to eat, If the predictions of shoe retailers are ind the rutttn herd ts under and the madres makin meat. correct. The fad struck many cities late last Yer sayin' signs? Osagesf" Kawsf Pawnees?" Arapahoes? she s got cactus m her nose. winter, arriving on the wings of tho Wagh! That s the old mulera "ponies" with musical shows from But if yer sure they're comin' some and all half-froz-e fer hair, the Kast, nnd was Immediately taken Fer comfort get yer iackltn with a scatter gun to spare, Johns and And take an extry wipin' slick and flint up by faddists. Stage-doo- r don't spill yer caps, boys about town smiled when Polly And lay along the stak-iground and shoot a few, perhaps. of the chorus stepped out with her rest of us am t skmmn eyes, we re ridtn tired a heap. feet hidden In the bulky arctics but Ihe the devils drop around to rub us out asleep. when the town young woman decided And if to take up the, fad, and walk along the Just tug us up in buffler whang and cart us home and say That we failed at quittm arroivs and fell short of Santa Fe. street with the unbuckled the men who believed themselves Immune from shock, stared "This terrible desert What makes the 1 d 3 SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT V 311 4 1 'limine ft -- p thla. but a bis knt. bunch or brola. hor mT r oo bis nUc hock. tUS. ka thromt. SELDOM SEE yor 1U. V Far evwy day In His wire. S For and asked "What As lone us a man Is able to keen ut of a dentist's chair he may be ble to suffer In silence. It recognized by the delicate fascinating Influence of the perfume she uses. A bath with CuUcura Soap and hot water to thoroughly cleanse the pores, .followed by a dusting with Cutlcura Talcum powder usually means a clear, sweet, healthy skin. Advertisement T.Say orOlsttnctlon 1 "IT Is the most unsatisfactory word In the English language. v Sure Relief Hot water Sure Relief next?" The fnd spread until the steady of young women shoppers became a part of the dally grind of human existence. For some reason the fnddlsts decided that the buckles on the galoshes wero merely ornaments not meant to be put to prnctlcnl use, and the tops of the boots were left to Wagh! Fill yer wagon water kegs, five gallon to each one, the mercy .if the wind, flopping Oils Fer here's a stretch of hell that God left blazin' in the sun. wny und that as tho wearer- - stnxlo From Arkansaw to Cimarron is upward fifty mile. along. scrape ye'll lay wolf meal a while; hit And now. shoe retailers say. the fad And if ye :c a water 77 1t :t Is to be perpetuated. Last yeaV, shoe t. j dealers were uuprepared. How could A nd once too weak to gear a dog, yer better off but it's always flamin' dry, they read what was In a woman's Half over's stinkin' Sand cree mind? Their stock of galoshes was And yer tongue will get to swellin' on mirages in the sky; practically nil nnd when the great on There's hauls o' men out there that died prickly roots, slaught came they could not meet It And Hckin' buffler bladders dry and chewin' parflesh boots; They were soon sold out nnd were un- And they say there's phantom oxen, with their yoke-irojinglin' on, able to procure more before the advent Appcarin' white to pull yer through when all yer own are gone. of wnrm weather. But now, they declare huge stocks There's Blackfeet and Gros Venires and Comanches, and there's Sioux, of the ungraceful tilings have been All campin' by the Cimarron to meet you when yer through. ordered. The shoe retailers admit It's So fill yer kegs and laugh it out, ihe slick floats either way. a gamble. Catchup! All's set! Stretchout! And hep! Hi-y-a for Santa Fe! 1 air wabble that way? I feel like Bourbon Oh, I'm hot, dirty, sticky, groggy no pep. When he tries to yawn and howl at the same time see 7em "You've been drinking too much ice water Unloading all those dead h6gs back there? If they'd let them rest, then put wet dirt iri the cars "Hogs ! Look at me See if you can't turn that fan j" "No; its screwed on." eyvy rtsem. Fergetma! houisclaoBiBj. 1 Hj 1 Hr )Kf j am w$"y SeMCak. TTl,.a -- " fio blister. cp MkM ing katartha horsesConcemisMd gose. bo win clean It off without lay- mm Dnctlbo jour pedal Infraction, and UA '. TOCWL lac. S Ttaqle St Sfriat&U. only few dropc required ppUcation. U-5- 0 per botll t aa for u la. IMt .m..n. hatr tnnti- - fnr m . n wnmen I' sent on trial. awett odor. and children. Warranted to care dandruff, llelpa all other acalp diseases. ZSe trial bottle. Ultra Labo- FRECKLES ratories. Inc., lit Fountain. ProTldence. R I. ' f .NEW A CIAKA.VTKKD IIIIEOIATIC HUM EOT Writs J C Kenron. Owe(O.N.T. WlirmiT RIMOVTO V Dr. BwiiV rrejcke -- 'I. Mtj. rr mm. . C- - U. t HERE'S END OF OLD H. C. OF L PUT MUCH FAITH IN ACOEM .j-- ... gut-sho- Upon aa According to University Authority, the In England It Is Looked Protector Against Lightning, and Next Generation Need Not Worry as Love Charm. About Its Food. Miss Lillian Herman of the University of Michigan Is an authority on Addressing the chemical analysis. ftyerson library class at Grand Rap-Id- s recently she said the time is coming when a man, becoming hungry, will simply (ake a shovel and go into his yard nn2 get a shovelful of dirt, take It into his private laboratory, put It Into the family "hppper," pour In concentrated essence of sunshine, turn a crank, and then go around to the other side and wait by the spout to catch bis eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers or radishes, whatever he desires. This food, she said, will come out In tho form of small lozenges, concentrated and convenient. A chemical analysis of them will showxhey contain all the Ingredients of our vegetables, and will also have the same taste. Miss Herman believes that the next generation will see the start of it and that the following 'generation will use It habitually. From Druldiral times the acorn has been held to be a sure protection against lightning, as the tops of many; flagstaffs, the end of cornice poles, umbrella tassels and bllndcords still attest. Even to this day. In English, rural districts, when a thunderstorm GLOVES ARE 6 Bell-an-s BELL-AN- S MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN TnueKu Cetih'niioe. Hc4icae, Staawck TreaMea, TeccUaf DiMraen. and Dtitror Warns. The Break n Cold, In U bonrs. At all drurgtate. Samel, mailed IIEE. Addicma MOTHER GBAT CO.. URoi.H.T, A Canada Belief (or Fcrenkaett. VICTIMS RESCUED and uric acid troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give tfaat they need attention by taking m&iiiMr. liver. Madder GOLD MEDAL Tka world's standard rcacdr for the Sa-idisordara win often ward off the and strengthen the body agsinst farther attacks. Thi sixes, aTl Ozng&f. Leek far Am hn ui CoU M4I em mm boa COLORS black stitching. Silk gloves for indoor occasions are woven with n heavy the Handcoverlngt for Fall and Winter thread andhave fabric Is single. Some daintily embroidered of them Include Kid, Dogskin, Calfskin backs. Evening gloves of kid are In and Variety of Silks. all pale tones white and cream nre leaders, with black a close rival. Some There Is a declaration In the shows of the black gloves hnve back stitch. new autumn nnd winter gloves the Ings In mauve, red, orange, or green, of kinds of groups and single pairs give The glove may be worn with evidence that there Is a code In the good taste everywhere. as there Is a wearing of gloves Just system In adaptation of costumes to FASHIONS IN BRIEF social occasions and to practical uses. That the great majority of glove buy A great deal of hand embroidery Is ers do not exactly carry out the glove creed does not disprove the Intention seen on children's frocks. Many of the new hats of velvet for specific uses In hnnd gnrhlng. street wear retain the fairly sweep the shoulders at each Gloves for ' old kid skins, dressed and undresjed, side. Long coats are certainly In high fa surthe former' varied In dull lustered faces and others with a sprightly vor among the designers, especially In sheen In the finish. Dogskins are soft tne dressy or more elaborate suits, Little shirred capes that extend all with a dull sheen and now for a surprise In the announcement that calf- around the figure or serve merely as skin Is fashioned Into smart street overgrown sleeve caps are frequently gloves of standard grades, dressed and used In children's npparcl. Very Frcnchy Is the little miss who undressed. The skin has been valued for driving gloves and for hard out- - wears a silk duvctyn coat, long of uses and now the skin Is waist nnd short of skirt, with bapds tanned Into a refined texture and ap- of ribbon embroidery about the wrist cuffs that close tightly and upon the pears In gloves for dress-u- p use. skirt and- wnlst. Silk gloves are shown in profusion A negligee thnt resembles a coat and they are to be a good deal used for evening wear, at the opera, theater, a model suitable for maid or matron afternoon teas, nnd with the street has deep cuffs, wide pockets and a col costume. This fabric glove Is so calm- lar that extends wny down to the ing to the hand, so easily adjusted, hem, softly quilted, and It grows In e such dainty shades as pink that ,It steadily grows In favor. The new silk gloves for street wear and orchid. are double, with long wrists, and are Advice to the Rtntit Woman heavily stitched on the back. They The Kvomnn who Is at all inclined are shown In black, white, and In colors to match new fabrics. One pair to be stout or to have hips that curve Is a reddish purple, a new fuchsia must be well corseted or else shun tho tone, and the back has three rows of tight bodice. IN MANY of-dotea-ros- "So this is Santa Fe! Look at this skirt, my dear; look at iU Wonder what makes a train seem to slip backward When it stops?" "That brushing did you a lot of good, I'll say. See all the flivvers The porter says some of the cowboys are coming back Now that the movies are closing down." 1 Slick up yer possibles, and wash and comb yer hair, ! And put a cracker on yer lash and snap it throlgh the air; Yo' hear ihe stallions squealin' cause they know they're getlin' through, And the oxen sniffin' water spoulin' at the rendezvous. Hep-a- ! Tie up yer trap-sac- k and sing out a good hurrah, Fer it's down the Alameda to the Plaza Publica! yonder dreamin' lazy in the sun; There she is And we'll have a grand fandango when the customhouse is done; i And ihe flirtin' senoritas will be welcomin' the chance Fer a sly buss in the prairie and a partner in the dance. And we'll count coups together and be tellin' them the way How we put a million under just to get to Santa Fe. Hep-a- Formality Not Djslred. Adv. Suits 525. Formally $40. He need not put on any dog with us. Boston Transcript. threatens, and others-wil- l hie them to the nearest oak tree, gather an acorn and carry It about with them till the sky clears, In many parts of Great Britain a girl Jilted by her lover will seek by the light of tha moon for a dried acorn beneath aa oak tree. This she will burn at midnight In a candle flame, reciting meanwhile the following doggerel r " Tls not this acorn I would burn,' but my tru love's heart that I would turn. May he no Joy nor profit see, till he comes back again to me." Welsh peasants hold that to plant an acorn brings lifelong good luck ; a simple way, one would Imagine, to Insure one's future success. The resultant sapling, however, must on no account be transplanted. If this is done, most terrible things are bound to happen. farm-labore- The way to rest Is through toll. ' - Bravo! -- Los Carros! Los Americanos! La cntrada de la caravan a! Why should you follow JF a crooked Qath ? a village street, and as the village expanded, Often a cowpath has been allowed to become tradition has made the winding way an expression of a cow's wilL Habit is always forging chains to enslave us, so that what has been found bearable by the fathers is accepted by the sons. Mother put Who cannot recall the coffee-p- ot on the stove early in the morning, warning us not to let it boil over? As children, we were not permitted to drink tea or coffee, because it would stunt our growth or make, us nervous and irritable. When older, however, we craved a hot drink with meals, and custom gave us our tea or coffee. Finally upon the instructions of the doctor, Mother gave up her tea and coffee. But that meant nothing in our young lives. Our vitality was then strong enough to throw off any ill effects. But our .time came, and we learned by experience that we could not drink tea or coffee. When we had it for breakfast it put our nerves on edge. When we drank it at the evening meal, we tossed about in wakefulness most of the night. And then we found Postum, a pure cereal beverage, free from the harmful drug, caffeine, in tea and coffee. We liked the rich, satisfying flavor of Postum and also the better health which resulted. And, too, we were surprised to find how many of our neighbors had made the same discovery had learned the value of "health first." Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (In tin.) mad. Instantly in the cop by tha addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for thos. who mad. by boiling tat 20 minutes. Sold by all prefur to make tho drink whila tha meal is being prepared) grocers.. Text from New York Herald. Buddhist Bible, At Lltang, nbout a hundred miles to the cjwt of ISatang, In Tlliet, where there U a large lamasery, and In the lamttutry of Derge, about 200 miles abace Batang, In the Yangtze valley, thi printing of religious books Is an Industry of Importance. The Knnjur, which is the Duddhlst bible, and the Tanjur, Its commentary, each comprising 108 volumes, are printed In the two lamaseries from blocks on which SAFE AT LAST. Uncle (telling tall yarn to young nephew) "We had more thnn a mile to go to get out of the forest, when we heard the howls of a pack of I strained every wolves behind us. nerve, but all In vain. Now 1 could hear their panting breath, and at last I felt their muzzles touching me. when " Nephew "You must have Uncle (amazed) felt glad, uncle.-- ' Why?" Nephew "When you "Glad! found tFey bad their muzzles on." characters are carved. The blocks occupy many large rooms and the printing of one set requires the work of many men for many days. In 'LItnng, until 'recently, there was a copy of the Tanjur which was written out by hand In gold and silver. The paper had first been lacquered with Chinese Ink. The gold and silver fluids In which the characters were written were made by rubbing the precious metals on a rough stono and mixing the powder with glue ' iter. It was destroyed a few year jago by Chinese soldiers who understood nothing of Its value. Heated Winds. An Intensely dry, hot wind called the "zonda," which blows down from the Andes upon the plains of Argentina, was formerly thought to owe Its heat to volcanoes. It Is really a 'foehn," such as occurs In Switzerland and many other mountainous countries, where winds, robbed of their moisture In crossing the mountain, are heated by compression during their descent. SOME NEW THINGS IN BAGS toilet articles are of tortoise, the II Ings of moire, the leather Is black seal. Fire Burns 130 Years, Near Fort Norman, not fnr south of the Arctic Circle, tires have been burning co'it'.nuousjy for more than 130 years. Elan did not light tnera. nor does rann tend to their burning. They feed on nmense seams of lignite that, like feme coal seams, nave Ignited spontaneously. Alexander Mackenzie, theexplorer, first reported them In 17S0 'and at the same time he noticed that the beat from the Latest Contrivances In Leather Are THE CAPE FOR SPORT WEAR Practical and Regarded as Beautiful. When the smart woman goes traveling or shopping, she simply must have the right sort of bag. The new leather shopping bags range In size from the exquisite 'envelope shapes with varied compartments In pastel tints and an enameled clasp, to the bigger handbags of tanned plgs-sklcolored morocco or black patent. There is the small black or colored leather auto case all fitted up with everything for dally use. There Is the attractive overnight case, of buffed alligator or black cobra. Hdp1 with moire nnd fitted up completely. This Is larze enough for a nightgown and bedroom slippers and perhaps a diaphanous negligee. As for the fitted suitcase. It Is a I work of art, as well as of comfort. unejpariicuiariy mifaciiveiuii una n, subterranean fires had burned to a brick-rethe shales that outcrop along the banks of the river that he named after himself. In fact, the shale beds d One Mode Has Simple Skirt Afford. Ing Garment Developed With seline PETROLEUM Sweater Front. JEUY Fot burns, cuts, sprains and all sun irritations: Rdievesdryne96 of scalp. A sport garment for women of a soft wool material In an indeterminate plaid, has the simple sport skirt, and a cape of the material with what' may be called a sweater front. It Is straight, short, roundlng" out at the neck, and with no opening down the had been converted Into massive red bricks. It Is likely, then tliat the fires had been burning many years before Mackenzie saw them. Virtually all the explorers who have visited that part of the Mnckenzle Itlver ISnsln have noticed the underground fires, which make themselves known by the huge periodic bursts of smoke. front SPORTING NOTES Stoddard. I Lillian tional Junior 'N. Y. SS0-7or- d The cape, which falls a little below the hips, buttons on at the sides at the top. The cape has a fur collar and little fur halls to match finish silk ends 'which can be tied. The edge of the cape and the pockets of the skirt are bound with silk. Lace and BeadedRobes. Mnuager Pat Donovan announces the sale of Pitcher Bob Tecarr, Jersey City's pitching ace. to tho New Tor jpun: iUirnTUTES i William Styles, catcher, has been Yankees. traded by the Philadelphia Americans Hobey Light, the former Penri colfor Pitcher Jnmes Sullivan of the Molege football star, has quit professional lina clu , of the baseball and will take up his duties Jimmy Wilson catcher of the New The Pacific International will start soon as coach at Penn. Haven Eastern league team, will get at on . on plans for better things next a trial with the iloston Braves. Tom .Military The ' Rothschild, lead- - year. having talk Is of adding two cities academyJudge, the St John'ssiiught by league. Everett southpa a who was and Baron Maurice'iae ..r f nrmmhaH. decided and 'Delllngham are Ihe newctes several major cluosJaVit spring, has Uta-?- m sej 14, won the na- swim at free-por-t. Three-Leagu- e. Postum for Health v 'There's a Reason" six-clu- b '7 :: : i. I V I ' .. I t OWINGSVILLE OWINOSVILLE, -- OUUOOKi':.! -- bus been very ill one i lV-ch- KY. hut is letter now. j. Published Weekly, Entered according to act of Cone-ent the Owingsville, Ky., Post matter. ot ee ns second-elaR.- s Kiilneription ITE TIUTLOOK'S ntes an ns follows: $1.50 ......... One Tear . 75c. Six Month . 45e. Three Months ss, HARPER'S prcnelicd here Snt Bro. Iloruhm-unlay uiglit and Sumln-- . . ere it ig : iu John T. (Iitdgcll iiiint' where his old imii- was a xhort time sigo Mrs. Sallic Cart mill is ver low n this writing. Born to Mr. and Mr.--. Covle l.:ii!i - Try a 1021 pack of cvaporafcil Thf time r the coiuiet working j Prunes, Apricots, Datw on the, Shnrpsbun: turnpike cipireil id Raisins. 1st, f rt .Itlil'io J. I. Atch- . P. P.VROW v ?nt t? 1'rankf irt autl ,7f t tho . I to 15, in orJci ' t:r (K .silile, the gap be- MICKIE SAY- Sa:id Bald Eagle! i Ni-v, r, ARGUE GVTS MtW TVV rR.UTES3 ' 0'r EViUFr To E. D. THOMPSON. - - - Kentucky. Owlnssvllle, THURSDAY, XOVEMBKR 10, 1021 OLYHPIA Mrs. D. W. Swnrtr. took licr littlo host nt friends lo iiiimrn his loss. ' .Mrs. Lulu Crourh and grandson, Lacy Parks to Winchester week and hnd his tonsils and lia.'c leturned from a visit last mother oar Mt. Sterling. adenoids removed. Mrs. Dora Cook, of Logan West SLATE VALLEY Virgiia, was the guest of her sister. (i. Died Xoveml er 1st Mrs. W Airs. Jim Jackson last week . She is Traylor. aged 40 years. She treaton her way to Cincinnati for buried in the Slate Valley church ment by an ear specialist. , g.nn! Ch.ist'.ah Mrs S. J. Fearing spent the wool urd. She was a and will Ik" saillv missed. end with her daughter, Miss Marj Mrs. Albert Itristow gave tie Hell, who is attending Hamilton M!."s a party Fridiiy night. M-- i College, Lexington, Ky. which evervone enjoved. movClyde Young and family have a!'.. .:t'i aa., .1 ed to Owingsville for the winter, so is vis'.t rclati'c h e Ws children may attend school there. Roy li hrs in, of Fiemi.i : M. T. Case, of Frankfort, is the guest of his mother, Mrs Prudic visited the family of Sam Co:i er ronday night. Oase until after the election. RichNewton Cornwcll and P. P. FIELDER HORSEMAN ardson of Mt. Sterling were here lnsi Fielder IIorcman, aged 71 year-.- , Sunday. died at his home on Licking River. Mrs. Kate Costigan has returned n the Forge Hill neighborhood Mini from a visit with her daughter, Mrs day morning of blood poisoning. Ik-Virgil Jones at ML Sterling. was buried Tuesday nt the Collins Mrs. O. L.'Frarier attended thi graveyard. Mr. Horseman was :i funeral of her aunt in Winchestoi ;ood citizen and had, many relative- Sunday. and friends. He was a son nf Jack W. B. Swart and littlo son, Enrli Horseman, deceased and was reared of Gallagher, West Virginia, spent near this place. Some weeks ago he Sunday with his parents, Mr. and hurt his hnd from whMi blood poism Mrs. George Swartz. his death. supervened, resul,i:i Everett Young and Mrs. W. R. ' Ho is survived by and two Jackson whV attend a business colsous., lege at Lexington, and Paul Hunter, who attedsMorehca'd Normal, spent Harry In Maysville the week end with home folks. Krac t Meyer, well known voting Jack Swartz, of L. & E. Junction usincs.i man of this city, and Mis was here Sunday. Georgia Coylc, of Rose Run, south Born, one day last week to Jarrett of Owingsville. eloped t Mtnsvill--Frida.Montjoy and wife, a son. , whore they wero married. Th Mrs. E. A. Swartz and Miss Liz- oride is the daughter of Mr. nn zie Swartz were in Owingsville Fri- Ciell Co.vle and is a handsome day on business. accomjilished young woman. .Mr. Mrs. Charlie Pcuix who has been and Mrs. Meyer, after a short hnd very ill is some better. trip, 'will return to this city to make Mrs. Fov Swartz is better of her their home and will have apartments (illness. Mt. Ster th Mrs. R. R Wamer. SPete Pcrgrem who has been work- - ling Advocate. ling in West Virginia for some time, spent last week with home folks. The nest Legislature is to be asked Ma-iv-::- -vt 1 i -s. ' tiuHgatcr. Died, Monday November 7th, M. KicMc." H'irseiHHH of liloml pui-- oi He was aged about 70 years. II loaves a wife, live children mid t :i n... J i VIRGINIA BURLEY Friendly Gentlemen ' U1KISH The perfect Krt ' perfect cigarett. one-eleve: 'h;ftlnce c'accos in one perfect cigarette n ciarette if FIFTHS I1 T.iieky, sell to the highest bidder it" fallowing scri'.id pan el of land, situated at Slate Valley iu Hath county, Kentiie- k;', liouiuleil ami desernica ns ioi- low: Cuiitaining about one nnd one- where. third acres bounded on the north h the property of Mag Barber, on tin IYiHISSIONER'S SALE south by the property of John 'I. . TnistxCoiiipany ns a i Lathram, on the cast by the turn- ' -- . ' l onis nou of W. M. pike, on the west by the property ot Plaintiffs. V. right etc.. W. O. Traylor Said land will be sol.1 ' vcrsu i i a whole. Sale will he made oi. Def.ndant. h R. L. credit of six months. Purchaser will is up-to-da- te J ' be required to execute bond with gc NOTICE OF SALE Bv ' iv i a jiidg.nent rend'Sird for the purchase price pa ll by the Bath Circuit Court nt its IM-- . able to the Master Commissioner and FOLLOWING ARE ONLY A FEW OF MY PRICESober term, 1921, iu above styled i : beariier i per et. interest per annum I a X. st.'r Co mi:, 5c, Clark's 0. T. spool cotton ;wi 'i ale until paid. Bono if from !: 12Jc, 15c, Calico Bleached cotton j el s'id Court, will on to the force and effect of n Brown cotton 8 Gingham 10c, 12 l-Ksiiar, Hovcmhcr 14, ID2I I hi.! r:o.!it. and 15c, i .it about one o'clock p. in. at the front 1 KSLIB SIIKOUT, M. C. 15. C. C. 1 a d. r f the (Vint II- ii ' ( v;!' ' ire. Until c i t. K -- n ' .v. Catarrh he hi- - best I ii'd-- r the following InfluCatarrh is locat disease ef land. Said parcel enced by a constitutional greatly pan-'conditions. Is a HALL'S of land - - B t'i ut tv. Kcntui I: . Tonic and CATARRH MEDICINE rilood rurii'.or. By cleanalnR thp blood and bulldlnt: up the System, It Lit king river. 11 the v atu-rHALL'S CATARRH MEDICINB restoreti tjjoiii Charles J. Bar1 er'n property normal conditions an1 allows Nature to ville, Bath conn v j RE YNOL3DS V ILIiHi NTT CCKTV less-money- COME TO to buy your winter supplies , r-o- ui youi money will buy the same goods for I have large stock of dry goor hardware, queensware, jewelry, shoes niuP fancy groceries, and fact everything that " sold by an store, and sunnlv vour demands. . ' f"JS,-'3fe- - "i! - I '...-'- '' h.-.- c, 2c 10c? 15c; r- l s n main street and is bounded on 1 SuCcPc ' - Us amm'MmMM zlir7'z' by the Clms. R. Barber prop rly, nn the cast by Lb ":itig river, & which JOHN WHITE .s Hi t y a cross street '.OU.SV.LtC.KY. -;iarr.t : it from the saw mill b.;. n,1 tlir west by main street; .v tfceral .j.orlmont .ndf", . run v.iu. ' t S J i V.'y ww.:, Ba! it is :l . Kvnt-ick- do Its work. Circular free. All DruTKl3ts. F. J. CJiency & Co., Toledo, Ohio. have just received shipment of ar.niy goods and my prices arc right. Thanking you for your patronage past, present and future, I am yours trulv. A. G, Maid laid v iU i. RavFurs pM'jU&i&si CO.. ig'a "51 SHROUT , & PSl ,;.l a il! ' as i u whole. Sale will be mad. Kt of s; m :itis. i'iirclia.e' COMMISSIONER'S V. A. a-- ;& EAD THIS IF YOU WANT GOODS AT e rs jnired tp exeenta bond for the pnnhasc prii ! SALE Master Commissioner am' versus per cent, interest per iri Deft.i. r.o i date of sale until pawl, t nt'all (loodpacter etc., i.i XOTICUW SALR d i have the fi n e and effect ol I5y virtue of a judgment rendered j.!.' ' Ollt. by the Bath Circuit Court at its Oct C. B. C. C. LESLIE S11ROUT, M. ober term, 1921, in above styled cast Commispending therifl, I asMa-.te- r COMMISSIONER'S SALE of said Court, will on sioner l'lamtilTb. i wrth. Harber etc.. CAnnriav Hnvpmhpr 14. 1921 Vl!rsl'! nt about one o'clock p. in. at th I) .fendant. etc.. rr: frmt (,m)r 0j thc Court House . XOTJCK OF SALK ' owingsville, Bath comity, Kcntuckj. iy virtue or a jiu- - icnt render..' llill(lerj tie fol o he the Bath Circuit Court at its Oct Mi. a ,ra,., trj,.t 1E 11121, in almtc styled case er f ,aul in Ba,h ,,ou.lty Kentucky, oi. ndic" t'icrin, I ns Mnslcr Commis- ' ,he w,lUirs t)f SaU Wer 1)nu.h. . .er - r said Comt, v ill on ,,0UI1(lt(i as follows: on the north b :' t Conner, ; admr. of PlaintilT. Kcul en Cnodpaster etc., t" LOW PRICES O. N. T. Spool 40-iiiCii 1 i 5c Cotton per spool Brown 8oisland Cotton 17c fleavy White Outing 12 c, ' 15c. Extra-Heav- y Outing .Cloth All colors in Dress and Middy Serge 25c,: '" Ladies' Winter Union Siiitsr Misses' Late Style Cloaks S5.50 up. ' f" ';75c, N 4-t- S , . i'i, ; Ko-da- y, nowm'jar - 14, 1921. ! Tlie tied Cross is ex-servi- ce Ten' Million Dollars a 'Year spendip f. - and his family V07?;i6tt .0 WW'"'l,,l''t'L'f'' ''''WM' WW to help the man f sarntm LCXU , WVOUII-2AJQ2iwaYMaM. f vOr fr 'I . . - to pay a bonus to all mei; SALT LICK : and women of the State. All ;y Metcalfe, of 0 wings. ricc men and women and their famgrille. pent last week with relatives ilies who favor this measure are re Jhere,- quested to send their names and ad ;ajfiss 'Mabel Fassett received a dresses to II. L. Murphy uresiden: t I. , J C casa prize xor suomuiuig une ui ilue Veterans' Welfare Association, Lex best titles to a story in the October ington, Ky. , Bed Book. Reverend C. H, Rule preached Mrs. .Emily Harber and daughters, Mitfiel nod Lwaine Fassett purehas- - trial sermon nt the Methodist Churel ed n two story lirick business house Sunday morning and night. Mr. Rule in Owingsville from the Elliott hei-- .s is a student nt the Kentucky Wes leyan College, Winchester, nnd 'H!l for $3,500, Mrs. John W. Jones and son, Ross preach here two Sundays each tioaith of Mt. Sterling visited relatives here until the close of- his school term. His home is in Nicholas county. VtnTpast week. Miss Jvettie Wills is some better. The. two young men, STcrrv Mrs Sherman Gullett is improving. aad MattlMays, -- who weZ tried in Wi the. -- Montgomery Circuit, Court last health week on .charge of transporting wfia't ilaprbvedl' Mrs, Eugene Stewart, of Anchor whiskey were convict. and fined $50 . rtv davs iu eaeh and sentence ;l age, Ky., is visiting relatives here. t jail. These young men are both ol Mrs. Isaac Shouse 'was called Lexington last "week by the illness of Rowan county. her daughter, Mrs. E.5L. Kercheval A proclamation by Oov. Morrow Mrs. Mariah Maze, of Bijld Hill, calls upon every son and daughter of Fleming county, is the guest of some I tucky to assemble at Amcricni. friends here. oa Posts, school houses r RESOLUTIONS irehes Armistice day and paj i Whereas, it has pleased our Hcav t ute to all and sailors ely Father to call from our side to e? the World War in fitting cereinon our beloved broth richer, fuller life, i er Reverend E. E. Dawson who fell asleep in Jesus October 6th, 1921. The Sharpsburg and Owingsville Be it resolved, that Salt Lick Chap Lasket-ba- ll y teams played on lor Xo. 200 O. E. S. has lost a faith- - Sehool grounds Friday afternoon, his widow a devoted Owingsville winning by a score of his children, a loving fath- 26 to 1. The ka'und, return game will be er, the community a sincere Chris- played at Sharpsburg Friday, Nov tian, nud we as a Chapter mourn his ember 22. e untimely death and extend our sympathy to his family in their It looks' like the Burley coopera bereavement, and commend them tive movement would be a great sucWho-aloncan give that pcac cess. If you have not signed yoi which passeth all understanding. should do so. Success, it is said, will Bo it further resolved, that a page add K20,OQ0,000 to the value of the af our minute feoek be set apart t tobacco crop. that n copy of thes From Monday, last,to next Sat - "elutions besent to the Bath roun .ty jjaper for pblie.tjon nnd a cop unlay is home paper week. The proper thing to do is to subscribe or toHIie fcweaved family. V. W. WORKER. renew your subscription. rjV. HBSTEK LATHRAM (Brent & Co., of Paris have just ETTA JACKSON, sold $40,000 worth of blue grass seed to parties in England. ex-so- r. W--i . the-Citorsin-cor. To bring before the country In visual form the vast problem it is helping t solve, the American Red Cross !iu prepared for Its Annual Roll Call, ;4ov. 11 to 24, a poster showing how rather than diminishing the total of World War veterans entitled to Federal aid continues to grow. Red Cross Service to these men Is costing $10CO..,000 a year. Now Heads Fed Cross siJSPV President Hai-ding- f .... nt about the hour of- one o'clock p oi. at tho tront loor ot the court House in Owingsville, Bath count;. , Kentucky, sell to the highest bidde. the following .lescriheit parcel oi r 1. Said land is bounded and d as follows: Lying in Bath ounty, Kentucky dn Naylor's branch id cc ;ta:ning ai cut olovo ncrt.s T .u'id d on the north by! the lands .lames L. Barber, on the Mmtli bj the lands of Jerrv Power, on the'east " : - la ids cf "Vyle heirs, o.the Iaint of Mrs. Nannie t "s.'f. Said lard vill lie so'.l :i.i ' . ,Salj will he made on a credit nionths. Purrhtifier will be re -A t.i c.se' Ute ' ond with ?;. pre , pa in t fo- - t'le I a the Master Conuui-isionci 't"J wt tr n. 't i pir t:i i dit-- ' !' i'- - n 'til ,i:n f to have the force and effect flit. "SLIK RHROUT, II. C. 1$. C. C. ril-c-I1-i ;)un-ha3-' . iilens and ijjung men s Overcoats at bnr- - . gain prices, Men's and Young Men's S5.50 New Styldi tllc Iam of AVillBcM carpenter ,,y saim,f on tl ,lc;r ou the cast Hats 3.50, tho of oMl mi's C p.s Newest Goods oOa rian.nTrjk'0)"8' a,I( on the west bv ,1V irri. ,,,. lI1(i ; Jtmps (.0Ilt.linin(r r,5 ll(.res. Saj,i in,i .vi, le s(),a ns R who,Cj ex(.ol,t thl nrial prouI1(1 ti,erou 45 X G9 feet ' .h;ch wi ,)C rogorvc',i wjth the right j ?f ;nKrcss am ej;ross. Said sale will ,)e made on a Lire(lit of six monthi!. j .u,.,.,sser WU1 be rer.uiretl to ese-i- t j (.nte fcoml with good surety for tht ,,urL.lasi0 pri,-e- , payable to the Mas j .or Commissioner and bearing 0 pe ent. interest per annum from datt-- f sale until paid. Bonds to have thi force and effect of a judgment. LESLIE SIIKOUT, M. C. B. C. C. , ! Jl 11(1 $ 1 .00, all-wool Sweaters Boys' Strictly Table Lineii $2.50 quality 1,25. $2.;0 GOGDPASTER & G'C OWINGSVILLE, KY."' 5 4 R MISTICE HALF A OkTahoman EHIOhY EkcL-DransI-it, DAY j 'lr Praisas Having Used Ii "Caa Safely Say for 50 Years." nwi.i Oti( f W r i ATSO Brass " i" o ciocK a. ni ! jfrnaaexmim,'mmnmw mhuhm - - COMHiSSiOfJER'S SALE ' )Hie"Barb'er etc., Plaintiffs, versus Defendants. "Xaitlie Barber etc., NOTICE OF SALE B-- virtue of a judgment renderni Oct-il.e- r by the Bath Circuit Court at its term, 1020, in above styled eas viidi .g Iherin, I as Master Commis-iionc- r of said Court will on Succeeding former President Wilson, President Harding was recently elected president of the American Red Cross. He Is here se:n accepting the office. From left to right: MaJ. Gen. Merrltte W. Ireland, Surgeon Genera!, U. S. A.; Dr. Livingston Farrand, chairman Central Committee of the Red Cross; the President; Asst. Secretary of the Treasury Eliot Wadsworth: Rear Admiral dward R. Stitt, Surgeon General, U. S. N. Monday, November at t 14, 1921 tht-fron-t at dojr of the Court House iii Ow;ic.ille, Bath cnur.ty, Kcntuckv one o'clock p. in. sell t the highest bidder the follow iug dessc.Vd trni t of land: "n 15a' '.i sa'd la:'-- ' THE PEERLESS SHOP Clothes cloaned and pressed in the modern way. Equipped with steam pressing machine, the guaranty of good wofk. No burnt or scorched clothes. We call for and deliver Located next clothes. Prices reasonable. door to Outlook office. . !.: ; . . . f'MIuw I !. D. "iVii.i 1. Kentucky, bonndr ' ' uirth by t'i. lam' . n the east by the SYLVAN US LACY, ;i?ROP'R Bn.njtjinL,i ii a; ' tied by V. B. GuJ-'- . rl. s uth by the lands ot aid Thomas Boyd, (Icon-- . r a d John A. Trunibo, on the .!. t the lands of John Doyle am Ilevvett, containing 130 acres. Sale will be made on a credit of six months for one hajf and twclvt t'is f r the other half of the pre. Purchaser will be re --..'red t" execute bond with good the purchase price, pay- i.rit a' !e t t'e Master Qommissioner, nn.t : per cent, interest per a'npaid, ii i L o a date of sale until tj .' ? t.ie lorce and clTect t '.iri . of thn best , Snpwn farmers of Tllman County, Mr. Uiiiul- Pill-i- l (t C Ol OXS( ) 1 ( 1 1 G. V. TIsaale, who owns anU mauages wagon yard here, says: a m v- -r "I have uEed Thed ford's Blaci- - ; Draught Lbelove I can sa?ely say for ' fifty years. "I was born and reared In Texas, years ago. Freestone County. a!xty-fou- r years. I have been married forty-fou- r before I My. father used was married, and "rave it to us . . . years of my married "For forty-fou- r life, it has had a pluco on our medix cine shelf, nnd Is the only Uvtivo. er liver medicine, we use. Wo use it court-lioiis- r for torpid liver, soua stomach, hcad-ach1 don't tUInk we indigestion could get along without it, knowing what It has done for u3, and Jhe money it has savod. It is Jiift ns pood and reliable today as it ans when wo began Its use. Mt boys me it and they are satls'led It's the heft liver medicine thev have ever need." i3 purely Th'dfo-d- 's vegetable, not dl"igTc?a'..!s to tafca and acts In a prompt and ratu-- al way. So man tlwius.nd'j of persons have been benefited by tho jo of Thadford'a you should haro no hesitancy in trying Mils valuable old Uver chase prica. Purchaser will be re- rerandy, for n B-- a now ot- npitnl y Jnetej-'- j and s'omach disorders. ipiireil to cxee'ute Jionds with good Daraot un the south by Coyle s4 i I .hi property of Jehn T. surety for the purchase price pay- - j nmtifinlil Friday, Nov. 11, 1921 :si. 'If Black-Draus- IIIiiER men For ox-sorvi- co ... B!ack-Dr?u.'- at 1:00 p. in. Public speaking ;:t Ooncort b' Carl iso Orchestra of 7 piece.. City School Chapel afternoon and night. Admission: Adults' o5e; children under 12 years of age Inn . Black-Draugh- t, KC-lS.'- Ki-a'.- le 't-i- pur-ivai- c . j ! fr . - j i d-- 91 jiidgmcat. il.IK .SPROUT, M. C. B C. C. ; ' - MOORE'S FERRY Felix Spcnre, of Colfax, was hen iSunday afternoon. Jack Kissick nnd wife, of Farm his sister, Mrs. Stat ar, - George Maze, of Jit. Sterling, was kicked by a mule one day last week and painfully injured. Thursday, Novcbr 21, Hurdiag fixed by President Thanksgiving Day. has-bee- COAL Get our cash prices on coal before birying. T. F. .ALLEN & SON Grant Triplctt spent a ( in Yale, da Tfek end as Ky, last week. Albert 6 pence spent with his cousin, , . Beatp. .ie v - "mutfb-- rfMartin - Spenceis nsiGogirelatives Tho census report showi : United States has two million men.- men than women. ' JUiSSlGEnS SALE .jdie Socrjii ttc, Plaiiifill , versus Odd Mauley etc., Defendants. NOTICE OP SALE By virtue of a judgment rendered ' ' the Bath Circuit Court at its Oct-Ht'..: ", l!'21, iu above t.led case ending thurin, I as Mae.' i ( iiiiniis-ionc- r of said Court, will on M.Mday, November 14,1921 .iiit one o'clock p. m. at the from' door of the Couilluuse ih Oxvings-- i Jj"0" sr -- and h Mie wa--4 iy tha prop, to plaintiff and Koariatr C per cent, interest per naiium from date crty u" Joim T. Kt':ragk ami Ifct PlaintiiT, M. T. Hendrix of sale until pid. Bonds to have tht ctfcer purcol k boumleil as fWsi- versus t'-aorti !y the tomln of W. M. fort e and ciTm-- t of a judgment. I)efeudaut.. etc., V.'illiam Ish'-a- :'l "A:.;r mju ifr, M. C. B. C. C. NjWr.Rtt awl A. W. WaUJen, on the.easl NOTICE OV SALE '. lots oecHBted by negroes on the ., MMMM , By virtue of a judgment rendered th .) siwet north of and par-.- .! SALE !.y the Bath Circuit Court at its Ot t with nxun street aad on the wedt ' y thc property of Dr. A. W. WaMw. ober term 1021, in the above stylu.l PluiHtiAs casi pending tierin, 1 as Mastei I will Br. t soH the- undivided one- -. ve.siis. Commissioner of "said Court will oil interest afuretwid in one of the S. Bntlifi etc., Defeimtfc I .'day, Nov. 14, 1921, at about one . named paurk of land 'or NJTICK OK SALK 'ui: ;. m. ni ine iroui iioor oi m- , a .a a a in. u pay roe piamiiKa j," Ky virte U jHpnent C'jurt Iloiihe in Owingsville, Bath loWt Kcrtucky, sell to the highest ,v the Bath Circuit Coi.it at IU MV j , .. , .; . a n u S0l 4 Bal ed idi'cr the following described tract ..., 1:'L ?n the V fctenwt V Qmh. X ,.. . e . tac- - , I of land located in Bath county, Kenf) fc u ; .Bit will ;,, tucky, bounded as follows: On the k.ner j -vN,. , ttimet,t Hon At, ifci.xniK.' iA, fEI. . , ,)rT1 X.-iiorlh by Little Flat Creek; on the r mimtmk Ai south by the .Maysville pike; on the at a'HHtt one oM:;ev ik w. " .! i cast by Little Flat creek pike and oil i -- it C r f tbe I'- - ur4 cMtMfe nt e Bmdr oa a'c vi kv -v Wr. Bfi the west by the lands of. Thomas .! v.i casir wiB retfmttti !,.'-Heed nnd William Ishmael, contain" HviI I ' C'li th good" wen t ,. i S. B I ing 125 acres and 35 pole or eutuifjil e PT:I foil.-ve't .t " thereof to pay the debt, iuterust anl -1 t Mi iu Ov cost in the above case, which on daj , ..st,: rtl.-st.t- f l V date of sal ii.- will amount to $11,501.1t of sale hoifr is have tie f.;. Sale will he made on a credit of sL ' .'lOnths teg. one ualf a,, '', tel j C9 KISSJCKER'S SALE , e . " - i- :x-.--i akdwf jH-a- -- 'IC . .yj . w .yt lktt t, '. . '' C-y- -- - ti .t.-itn- ..'.fci j'-1-- f. tljr.jhalgf.tho nur.ap i,' J'' : ii.S