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Progress Of Schools Shown CIRCUIT COURT NOTES V V V Circuit Court convened Monday, That the advancement and proMr. Jacob Kincnid has pneumonia. J. R. BROTHER & CO. Kelt. 20, for the February term, gress of Rath county rural schools David William-o- n is ill at his home ludge Henry V. l'rewitt presiding, is assured, ca'ini't lie denied when it Rend the adveHiing columns of of an attack of flu. and V. C. Hamilton representative j is known that thirty-eighoys and 'the Outlook. They eontain pleased girls from the rural districts appearMrs. .1. R. Steele and Mrs. Reese t,,r the State. The Jud; V Ihing of interest to you. OF3 thi element of hi au ed to lak.-- She for Com(fl Wells went to Cincinnati Sunday on ditors by an appeal to the Grand mon School diploma in January and siliet-Fine lot of Iocut Fence and Cor Jury to investigate the matter of that out of this number thirty-thre- o Y .Mrs. .1. J. Xesbitt went to LexingI ner poMs. election bribery the buying and made ';e reiu'rcd average and will ton Saturday to visit her daughter, K. - & A. T. BYRON selling iif votes, lie made the start, receiv? School diplomas at Epj Mrs. Wilson Strader. ling .luiioiinccment that practically the next School Rally and Common Bi For Rent or Sale T. S. Shrout, wife daughter, iMr. every officer of the county, himself School Commencement. Heretofore 5 House lot, and garden on Slalo Shanklin Piper, and son Ewcll, vcre included, were guilty of buying votes only about 15 or 20 pupils have tak. A ffi nvenue, Owingsville, Ky. Apply to in Mt. Sterling hist Friday. IF? and served notice that he proposed en this examination and between 40 Aluminum Dipper nARRY METCALFE 2t 20c to enforce the election laws henceand 50 per cent, of thoso failed. 3()x3 non-ski- d Judge J. W. Riley and Elijah IOC J. Skimmer forth. The matter of the illicit man Therefore this recent class is not Reinemher the Vulcan plow turns Hogge, of Morehead, aUcndcd Cir z ufaclure and sales of licpior was only the largest, but the best pre Engraved Baby Cup 08c our sod flat, therefore less discing, cuit Court here Wednesday. 44 given some attention and he urged pared bunch of boys and girls that I IOC oz. Mug 14 'Ciime in and let us convince you. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ammermn the grand jury to investigate. The has thus far been produced by the attended the Knight Templar's dance J. R. RKOTHKIt & CO. preachers of the county were urged rural schools. It is expected that I at Mt. Sterling, last Tuesday night to come before the grand jury and the May examination for Common fi will A house owned by Richard Clark Mrs. Martha Allen, returned Sun Tcport any disturbances of religion School diplomas will graduate not at Sharpsbuifr, caught fire Sunday day to her home in Cincinnati, after worship. Taken as a whole the less than 20 boys and girls, therefore every-fmorning and damaged to the extent I ifj x a visit with her son, T. F. Allen and Judge's instructions to the grand making the 1022 class the largest in of about $l,.ril)0. T family. jury was a forceful appeal for tli3 the history of the conntv. This is ulecd encouraging and is entirely upholding of law and order. - Two Farms for Rent or Sale. (MEMBER! ml B. W. White, Judge Winn, J. C. I ifj T la Circuit Court Tuesday 54 cases significant of the fact that Bath W One near Olympiu and one near Tipton, Lewis Apperson, of Mt. Stcr. ljower Slate bridge. Good tnhaeci ling, are attending Circuit Court here for failure to send children to school county rural schools are far better in X were tried. About one half of them than they have ever been and that and corn laud and oats. this week. I u: . UX.KS Mi. In. iX. were lined $5 each aifd costs, the Bath county children are beginning CLYDE YOUNG. Sherman fioodpaster, of Frank balance were dismissed I to take advantage of the full course & on account THE WINCHESTER STORE V fort, spent Saturday and Sunday of illness. A I Ifj 1 (MEMBERj ml number of witnesses of study offered. The htnte Itx Commission pro with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Owingsville, Ky. (LAAA A. All of those who graduate from before the grand jury were given poses increasing the assessed valu oodpaster. until Wednesday morning under $500 the rural schools are entitled to atation of Montgomery county $S50, E. H. Brother returned Sunday bond to refresh their memory ODD. re tend the High Schools of the county from Hazard, where he went some garding the purchase of moonshine without the cost of tuition. The We have a car-loa- d of lump eoal time ago on busincs: whiskey. t!icv remembered the par- Bath County Board of Education is r nt $7.50 a ton. ties from whom they bought but the required by law to pay this tuition Dr. S. C. Alexander, Aaron Fan A OWIXOSVNiLr. iilleggers in each instance were out (.of the county school funds. As PRODUCE CO., iirey, 1'roi. uynn ami ning, Wcss BEGINNING Successors to T. F. Allrn & Son. Rriknown. Roy Harry was given one an evidence of the progress that has Cola Stone, of Salt Liek, are anion; ye:.r in State Reformatory for break been innde along the line of getting - Tliere has been over 825,000 lb those attending Circuit Court. ing into the store of Sam Fried nt the mral children to take the High Sirs. C. W. Young and son, Preston Salt Lick. Leonard Williams of tobacco delivered on the ' 0 chnnr. School course, approximately will make the towns as per schedule market. It graded on an Misses Elizabeth Brother and Elan was spent in the past year for with steeling a horse from hii. average, of $8.83 per hundred. The 'still attended the Harold Baur nnele, Mr. Ward, of Morgan county. Common School graduates attending WINCHESTER OWINGSVILLE MT. STERLING advancement to the growers being Honcert at Lexington Friday night.' This case was tried on Wednesday High School. The County Board of WINCHESTER TO OWINGSVILLE over $75,000. Mrs. J. C. Daugherty and Mrs. W morning, but owing to a fault in the Educutin cannot spend the public Winchester for Shellsville 8:45 a. m., 4:45 p. m. M. Darnell, of Shelbyville, Ind., came indictment it was ordered that the money in a better way to bring bettir Leave Shellsville for Thompson Station 9:15 a. m., 5:15 p. m. We have' several second hand To make appetites glad every day in the year v to visit the family of Jnov indictment be amended and set for results. By such an arrangement Leave Thompson Station for Mt. Sterling 9:30 a. m., plows in first class condition. Prices Wednesday afternoon. the rural child is granted the samo L. Vice, ,. 5:30 p. m. , use my line of Canned Fruits and Vegetables. 1 I right. L,eave Alt. bterling for Owingsville 10:55 a. m., 6:05 p. m. advanthu'es as the town child that GRAND JURY Mrs. Cora Conner and (laughter, most complete ,A1I standard jjrands and .1. R. BROTHER & CO.' Oscar Oney, Kelly Denton, Mason of attending the High School with- OWINGSVILLE TO WINCHESTER Dorothy, of Chicago, returned Sun 1 Rowlings, E. W. Stone, Oscar Adams out cost. We hone that every rural line to be found anywhere. Watch my win vny ouy encap coal rhen you day, Mrs. Conner to her home in Chi James Hickcy, E. R. Stone, Win. hoy and jfirl will take as hi-- j oal tha , ' Leave OwinRville for Mt. Sterling 5:45 a. m 2 p. m. i. Leave Mt Sterling for Thompson Station 7:00 a. m., cago and Dorothy to icr school nt dows every day during the week of March i yean get Miller's Creek and YcMon Hunt, Tom Denton, Clyde Young, Coiniuou ;School diplouia and then ;v I X ,3:00 p. m. Hamilton College, Lexington. Jacket at $3.50 a ton, from T.eaye Thompson Station for Shellsville 7:30 a. jn., 3:3(f p.m. foreman, Richard Bailey ajul D,. B. full four year's High Sehiiid coursy.. 8 for special prices and displays rt bT ,' A. H. DAWSON. - ii With such efiuipiuent the success er ? Loave Shellsville for Winchester 7:45 a. m., 3:45 p. m. Conyers?i Espa Maze's Cabv has pneumonia. We make connections with bus lines to Sharpsburg, Paris, his life-'imore completely assured. Lexington, Richmond tihd Clay City: also L. & N. and C. R. C. Bvron is improving from rin Our stock of the "Old Reliable" v League Being Formed $z 0. trains; " , Mrs. Rose Watson ilcan Pow is complete. Prices attack of flu. 3 cans Bounds Sweet Po- The BliiegrnSsf-aj.tt- f . (MEMBER) m) is bci ; . Headquarter Brown Proctona IIotel; Woodford Hotel,' It tcriallv reduced. Mr- - Hose Watson, daughter tatoes Mrs. R. C. Byron is confined to formed and will be dSmnosed f-A Lancaster hr.d Wnlkor Wntpl nr Winnlipcfrtr nim efnnc f J. R. BROTHER & CO. her home with an attack of influenza. teams from Lexington, Pari, Win5ylloJ' sto"L' a ionucr resident of t 2 Jars Tempter Cherry J Mt.. Sterling and Owingsville will be the same as usual. Chester, Richmond and other central town, died at her home in Lou;s A. T. Uvron, who nas been very ESPA MAZE, Manager fS our .prices on coal, lumber. -. .. v f towns. inej propose a few days ago of heart failu. a mmna cement before buying. Right ill with flu for the past week, is im iveniucKy i.r --playinp only two games a week. A Burial at Cave Hill cemetery. She . proving. said prompt delivery. T stock company will he formed at Mt. leaves one son aged about 18 years" .WALTER YOUNG COAL CO TlonVlra rViitii Tim Sterling to take over the interesls old. She moved o; Louisville in fVWW SALE: Cow and calf. (W. !s having a new hot water heating of - .thqir local club. Owingsville 1804. system installed. baseball fans show much interest in Our Bus makes direct connections CLIFFORD HORSEMAN the project. with Owingsville Bus and now reach, Prices, right on or.. Double Fill r es Paris in .time, for 8 :08 fast train Mr. Alvln Evans Fori Patterson delivered 15,270 Paulins 14 and 10X20 feet, at Mr. Alvin Evans, aged about 80 to Ciii':nnnti. Our Bus leaves Mt. pounds of tobacco to the Burley ToE. L. & A. T. BYRON. yee.rs, died Wednesday, Feb. 22, at Sterling for Sharpsburg at 10:15 a. bacco Asseiation Monday for which he was advanced $10.424 per hunof infirm- m. and (i p. m. In Paris you make At the recent examinatin held at his home at Sharp-diurOwing to the uncertain conditions in regard dred, which was considered a very Mt. Sterling for postmasters, there ities incident to age. He is survived direct connections for Georgetown, !fi by one son, Win. Evans. The burial Frankfort, Shelbyville, LouisvUlp, satisfactory price. were five applicants for the office at ifi to the 1022 tobacco crop neither the wholesaler Millersburg, Carlisle and Cynthiana Moichead, four for Sharpsburg and was at Shansbunr cemeterv. Eyj nor the retailer has an oversupply of tobacco 4t Specials For Saturday, Feb. 25. FltED WECKBSSEK. ipht for Salt Lick. Mrs. Clarence Crouch )v We offer as specials for Saturday, i canvas. Therefore we predict scarcity Mrs. Lizzie Butler- the 25th, Aluminum Dipjier 20c; AlJlri. Clarence Crouch, aged 35 Why buy inferior seed when you Mrs. Lizzie Butler, aged about 72 Ejj in the Reason. For this reason we urge our uminum Baby Cup 28c; 14 or. Alum, can get' Champion Tested Seeds at years, died at her home on Prickly ears, died reb. 1, of nneumonm. Ash. Feb. 15th. of flu nnd childbirth. inum Mug 10c; Aluminum Skimmer the same price from, ffi customers to supply their wants early. Lacy Co. She leaves besides her husband scvJl following ilu. She was buried at the 10c. A. II. DAWSON. en children to mourn her loss. Shell Hendrix graveyard the following day. E. I- - & A. T. BYRON. l-- 2c 4-- 4 . t. i .1.,.. ..!.. Forty masked men reaided the toll ..us . i ..uiiiucr uic jirs. jas.iianier, l Slu leaves severnl iliililrnii nini.ni fhom are Mrs. W. D. Bailey, of tin Frank O'Brien, nn expert cutter ate on the Alexandria pike in Camp. 3-- 4c town, and Mrs. James Hawkins, of TME HOME TOWN from tlie filobe Tailoring Company, ell county last week an warned the ' Zn I Am Your Town East Fork, who is also seriously ill f Cincinnati, will be with us on ate keeper to leave within fifteen tfi Prices are cash and subject to change without Sfi with pneumonia. (American Legion Weekly) 'eb. 28 and March 1st. to take or lays. There are two privately own- Make of me what you will I ahall ders tor lailor made clothes. We d roads in Campbell county. Jesse Bailey reflect yon as elearly as a mirror invite you to meet Win. 5'es. liailey, aged 40 died at Ar- throw-- i back a candle beam. carGOODPASTER & CO. Small farm for sale. Has good TUT. LACY-COONwhere he had been work- 11 I am pleasing to the eve of the ko, Illinois louse, nam ana orchard on it. Lo- (I ing for several years in a canning William Poteet, of Bee Spring Edmiles north stranger within my gates; if I anl ited one and one-hasuch a sight as, having seen me, he pre,"r' of pneumonia. The remains monson County, has been married Owingsville. Apply to f will remember me all his davs as a were brought here Tuesday and fu (ire years and has twelve children B. W. COYLE. neral held at Dr. Jones' residence. hing of beautv. the credit is vnnrs. He married William Browning's Ambit. n and opportunity call The burial took place Wednesday nt daughter and their first eight chil"Uncle Joe" Cannon, oldest mem some of my sons and daughters to the Atchison graveyard near Wyomdren were four pairs of twins. Lst ber of the House of Representatives ing. He was a son of Warren I" iley week his wife gave birth to four announces that he will not be n can- high tasks and mighty privileges, to babies. AU the babies arc normal, didate for Representative from the i.'y greater honor and to my good md brother of John and Miss Anna Bailey. Another Sale of Tobacco healthy children and are doing well Eighteenth, Illinois District, after icputo in far places, but it is not ehielly these who ure my .strength. The If T. Reynolds Tobacco Co., the expiration of the present term. Butter-fa- t is the most valuable Join The Pool hai closer, a deal for the purchase Nixon & Arnold, Props. SOLE PHYSICIANS Mr. Cannon will be 8G years old May My strength is in those who remain, product of the farm. Twice a day, To show the difference in pooled of 10,000,000 pounds of the Burley Mt'sithe soles of the people we keep 7th and is serving his 23r-- l term in who are content with what 1 can every day in the year, gravity skimand tobacco, a Robertstyi Association's tobacco. This togeth in view ming or a poorly designed or cheapCongress, eight years of which he offer them, and with what they can county crop was divided. One-haoffei me. It was greatest of all er with the two other large sales of Now open and doing business. ?-- r ly constructed separator wastes this we arc Doctors of boots and was speaker. Komans who said: "Better be lirst was sold over the breaks at Maysville recent date and many smaller one d food. shoes. in a little Iberian village than be at 10c; the other half of the crop to independents' makes about New Bus Line We .serve the living, net the dead Regular Meals & De Laval Cream Separator A was pooled and brought to 't. Olivet pounds of pooled tobacco &eeond in Rome." ".Vith the best of leather, war, nails The bus line running from Owings stops this loss of profit. It supplies and graded this week. This brought that has been sold. Short orders I am more than wood and brick the extra money that you need. nnd thread. ville to Winchester began operation the owner $S.07 per hundred ndvane. than llesh and C. L. ROYSE. Monday nnd Mr. Maze, manager of nnd stone, more A De Laval Cream Separator ed, elearly showing that the pooled In charging the grand jury at the line reports good business. This blood I am the composite soul of tobacco will make your farm more profit- -' Kitchen in charge of first-clas- s will out-se- ll the Carlisle last week Judge J. C. DeciChristian Church Services line should prove very convenient to all who. call ine home. able, and put money in the bank chef. over 150 per cent. Stick to the pool, mal! noted that it has been four I am your town. There will be services next Sun- the for you. It has done it for more pie of Owingsville as direct boys; this is only a beginning of the ! years since there has been a murder than 2.500.000 other farmers. day morning at the Christian Church ennction is ir.ade Pe Lt1 hit Winchester good times coming to the tobacco in the counties of Nicholas, Harri Need for Llcht. wr 1,091 grind Am usual. Morning subject "What with L. &.N. trains to Cincinnati an-"Von can bay De IarJ on such terms Look in Chamber of Commerce Little Kate bad Just been to church grower of the burley district. Mt. s,on, IVndleton and Robertson. icjjtllfinl prize that it will actoallj pay for Itself while-70for the first time, and on her return is Man"; evet ng subject, "Hand- bus lines from WinL ster to imporUnt a ad for our Saturday special. axe using It. Come la and talk It over. hoi. her grandfather nsked what she Olivet Tribune. a osirica. writing, on the Wal Despite' inueU The eastern end of the Pa .thought of It. "I liked It very We have just received a car-loa- d much," sickness in town there were 120 pres- ns U Owingsvu'" line has been she replied, "hut there was one thing The first epidem of flu was dis- of the it grade .jbacco fertilizer Bruce Myers is at his mothers', ' I didn't think was fair." "What was ent' atjthe Bi ile .ast Su.iday. transl rred to Sharpsburg. "Why, oae nr. n did alt covered in the State Reformatory, and nrcreadj to fill and and all or- .Mrs. J.aie Myers, recovering from v that, dear?" This is very f2.ao'.iigiag. the work, and then another man came Frjkfort, Monday. From sixty to ders. an ojy' at the Good Samaritan C'JTLOOX $1.50 PERJTEAR ' round and got all the money." seventy cases were reported. WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. ho& -law-abidiI- All the repair parts for the plow now fu our stock. y' I SPECIAL SALE I ? f T RES t f Y f f United States and Goodyear Tires t f Size 810.00 t Cord Tires 30x3 $13.00 f r t T Sale continue about two weeks. f -1 ALUMINUM SPECIALS For SATURDAY, FEB. 25 1922 ' Following our usual custom we make the following special offer: " at " Come to our store for anything m our line and you will lind that i thing we have to sell is priced in keeping with the general reduction in prices in all lines, f SHROUT, PIPER SHROUT S Vi r Monday, February 20th, 1922 NATIONAL Flem-ingsbu- rg $1,-00- I CANNED T T p FOODS WEEK I j March 1st to 8th the t Z last-wee- i -- J J - i -- Y t Saturdaay's Specials J T- ...... ! f R. O. BYRQN ''. :w:..x:x:xk Cleaning and Pressing By Latest Methods t Fancy Cleaning a Specialty ItobaccoI a later We dye all shades and colors. Clothiiig sent by parcel post receives our prompt attention. We solicit your patronage. Sylvamis Dry Cleaning .r. National 5 g Ky. AA 4 JUST RECEIVED We have just received a load of Northern white seed Oats, - m . . S & CO. i J lf Owingsville Produce Co. A De Laval City Restaurant brings prosperity non-pool- lf high-price- tn non-pool- 't a Lex-in()to- iu S'-'jo- J. R. BROTHER i .. .,..- i s - r2 . . . s OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. FLOWERS NOT A SWEET LITTLE IY BOY HARDING OPPOSES BONUS BOND ISSUE AS SALES TAX IS SUGGESTED ONLY AVAILABLE MEANS LErT BY Grand Wind-U- p of the Armament Conference "THE THING" Be to Latest Idea Is Said to Present the Debutante With Silk Stockings. In the old dnys the debutnnte made her bow to society at n reception "bow-ere- d NEWo CULLINGS roin Kentucky ' slightly , ! nd a retaining wall at , ' Thirty-secon- d ant , - Makes a Bright Spot in Every Home. A Comfort in Years to Come "ST Park Rapids, Minnesota. "I have Lydia E. Pink- taken your medicine EftfTTi i tititiitifiiiii inara s vegetable Compound when I was a girl for pains and before and after my marriage. I now have a aweet little PRESIDENT Believes Another Large Bond lv ie Would Wreck The Treasury and Disturb Tranquality of Countr Members of American Legion Hopeful of Passage of Measure. from lr.-ldei- - r i V Washington. Amioumenit'iit Hardtbo Wilt.' Ilnu-ithnt ing was opjwised nnallfnilily to any of the suggested taxi's or bond Issuos for baby boy and will paying a Imnns to World War ctrnn3 was not known genemlly 'n Congress, Bend vou !' nirtura who leannl of itu- - rresi-dent'- s publish but tho if you to it. My i. .era also pioitton predicted that I' would take your medicine not stop pasuge of a bill in th"? House and find it a great A protracted stnnrgle Is expected help, and I recommend it to those who tliere. It Is reported on excellent auHanllng will thority that rvsldt-n- t suffer before their babies are born." Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Box 155, Park suggest n inodost salos tax" to llnnnee Rapids, Minn. the bonus, but a party of Senators To marry and arrive at middle ago will go to the White House to try ti without children is a great disappoint- blm from that course. The Think of the joy question now Is whether or nor the k ment to many women. .jaa eomiort otner women nave in tneir House will nuppnrt the President, and Vuldren as they grow older. repudiates his view, whether or ;.Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- - If It the Senate. In which sentiment ound has helped to bring great happi- -' not ess to many families by restoring wo- - against tho bonus Is stronger, will deto health. Often the childless home feat the bill. If It pass.es both Houses, 'is doe to a run down condition of tho tho President, as ho ninoun- ed a week Vife, which may be helped by Lydia ago. will veto such a measure. ( 3. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It llni:t; of financial, industrial mid brought health and happiness into, the will be replaced borne of Mrs. Johnson. Why not to rgricjlturl Interests by legislative 'lgents of tho American I.cg'oii, who, when Informo of the President's position, ami uncoil that they wrjre umretorrcd. "Wo nro convinced absolutely that tho House Wavs ind Moans Committee and the Senate Finance Commit- too will report out a bill thit will bo perfectly satisfactory to the MismoS'S "hen the body begins to stiffen Interests of the country. In o far as movement becomes painful it the tax featurvs are concerned," John usually an indication that the Thomas Taylor, legislative agent of tho Viys are out of order. Keep legion, declared. The President opposed tho bond Is V organs healthy by taking sue plan because he doubted that It would be possible to gather tho requirInterest ed sum without advancing ratos or disturbing domestic tranquility. The White House statement was that the President did not bellet e, conTbs wotld's standard remedy for kidney, trary to tho views In certain sections Hver, bladder and uric add troubles. of Congress, that It was feasible to rHmous since 1696. Take regularly and collect n large sum by a bond Issue at J keep In rood health. In three sizes, all present, because In tho next in months Guaranteed as represented. 4ig druggists. $6,000,000,000 in Victory and Liberty LmIc for tfc mum Celt! MM on trarj box mmd Mctpt do tmit&boo bonds had to be redeemed. He thinks the flotation of another large issue would wreck the Treasury. -The President left ono extremely significant loophole In his statement, Was Your the sales tax. It was not discussed in Remedy any way. The opposition to It in Con- For every stomach ress Is overwhelming. mm1- - I dhv-um- lc with flowers." Everybody sent her largo nnd beautiful bouquets. Some do still, especially the more conservative man friends of the fara- s ly. But tho really smart thing Is to send, not flowers, but silk neckings. At least thut was done the 'her day In Chicago's uppest of upper rust circles. Cnn you bent It? They'll be sending icefsteaks next, or some other purely tilltnrlan gift. Because you can't use ilk stockings for decorations at a 'mlng-ou- t party at least, you can't ise more than one pair of them for that purpose. Neither can you use them as of your prowess by stringing them around the house the way you Jo flowers, Vou may be so populnr thnt you will get n hundred pairs of em. hut all you cnn do Is to show one nnd boast nlwmt the other ninety-ninWhich Is crude. Nevertheless, reports from the front nro tho new custom Is making good headway, or footway. Tl c young ladles are snld to like It. Paul now-uhiy-tro-)hI- Hickman. While sawing a large log Into blocks In the Mengel Cou;p's veneer plant, the sawyer discovered blood on the saw and. npon examination, found the saw had cut Into u large 'possum. Lexington. The total registration at the University of Kentucky reached 1,- 540 at the opening of the second semes new students were ter. Seventy-fou- r enrolled. Most of those who attended last week. last semester Owlngsville. Mistaking strychnine tablets for candy was responsible for the death of Ada Mae Oouch, 3 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crouch, of Olyropla, near here. The little girl ate the poison and died with in fifteen minutes. nsyluhx. Ben Sn'th. ' lost h- life under train Then he i .jsenger txard It nis body was macy-d- . - "rj In an effort to ads who were hold'n to his r"r."V i t,iH In t, n . .itt est to .mg Thomas Croucfi, manag Oil Company, was painfully Injured here ween mounting his horse. His foot was jaught and he wns dragged some dlZance In that position. Mr. Crouch as assessor of Estill County and tojj great part In the affairs of Estill tftranty. Frankfort. Governor Morrow ap pointed A. J. Stone Justice of the peace of the Napoleon district. Gallation county. Stone was elected Justice of the peace of the district at the last electing but owing to an Illness was unable to qualify for the office when his predecessor's term of office expired. Ravenna. er of the Superior i: Dls-patc- ju . The climax of the conference on limitation of nrmnments nunc when, at the final plenary wsslon, ilie delegates attached their signatures to the treaties. In the Illustration Klibu Hoot Is signing, while Senators Lodge and Un derwood stiuid beside blm. At tho left Is the flagstaff penholder used by Secretary of State Hughes In signing the pacts. It Is made of wood from 28 states nnd aecorated with flags of 28 nntlons. It was presented to the Daughters of th American Revolution. EASTERN FIGURES OF SPEECH In the Orient It Seems Natural That Men's Thoughts Should Center About Rivers. Stanford. IL C Dudderar was ser iously hurt when the car he was In was struck by a passenger train near Oie depot here. A deep cut on the head and Internal injuries resulted. Three children with him were thrown from the car, but escaped serious in jury. wen- Newman, Owensboro. Ab known farmer of this county, filed a petition In bankruptcy In the Federal Court here. He owes $4244.94. and lists assets at $31,012, and owns n fine farm near Newman, in this county, which Is covered by a $10,000 mortgage to a local bank. AH of Newman's creditors are local people. 1 SQUEEZED TO DEATH J GOLD MEDAL UNIONISTS HELD: PRISONERS FREED BROKERS HOOK "BIG FISH" Bucket-sho- SENATE DEMANDS DATA ON TREATY NO ATTEMPT IN AT SECRECY CONDUCTING NEGOTIATIONS, LODGE TELLS CHAMBERS Quit Now Dealers Then Sought To Nineteen of Ring Caught . Garfield Tea Grandmother's 0 and Intestinal 11L This good herb homo AMERICAN TROOPS ON WATCH remedy for constiBy Rebel pation, stomach ills Await Expected Attacl Force On Juarez On Texas and other derangeBorder ments of the sys tem so prevalent these days Is In even Kl Paso, Texas. Ft. HIiss still Is greater favor as a family medicine mobilized,' maintaining Its "watchful jthan In your grandmother's day. waiting" to protect the bonier, after French Air Fleet. reports of an expected attack on - Juarez by rebel forces were received The largest commercial fleet of airnnes In the world has Just leeii com In Juarez the situation virtually Is peted, and is now employed by a unchanged, with military and civil ofll- French company, the Gnuid Express rers on the alert. Only a skeleton guard Aeriens, on the Is on duty at the garlson. In the down alcwavR. No fewer than 12 giant town district of Juarez, the remainder .r J are In dally use on this of the military force being kept on company's service. Enrh machine hat outpost duty and at the military post accommodation for 13 passengers, to near the city. addition to the pilot and mechanic General Mcndez denied reports that he had been approached by repreMOTHER! MOVE sentatives of rebel factions regarding the revolution and that he had been CHILD'S BOWELS WITH asked to surrender his command to that faction. Ho said, however, that CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP he had heard the rebels were attempting th eon cent rale men south of Juarez but that he discredited the reports. nnrryjnotherl Even a sick child Army officers at FL IUiss admitted I ve tee fruity" taste of "California they had heard that General Mcndez Fig iv.-op-" and It never falls to open was Invited to join tho revolutionists the bowels. A teaspoon fill today may and that the report partly was the prevent a sick child tomorrow. If con- cause of troops being mobilized at stipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, has the fort, as they had understood that cold, colic, or IS stomach Is sour, Mendez would not surrender without a tongue coated, breath bad, remember a fight. good cleansing of .he little bowels If often all that Is necessary. DECLARES MELLON LIABLE Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions - Washington. Secretary Andrew W. for babies and children of all ages Mellon is holding the office of Secre printed on bottle. Mother I Tou must tary of the Treasury In violation of say --California' or you may get a the law and can be arrested for re taining the place If any ones sees fit Imitation g syrup. Advertisement. to swear out a warrant churgi." him His Preference. with the offense, Senator Thomas S Landlady (to new boarder) Hon Watson, of Georgia, Democrat, declar do you like your eggs boiled? ed In the Senate. The law which Mr. Boarder Two at a time, please I Mellon is violating. Senator Watson said, prohibits the Secretary of the It's an Impressive moment In a glrt'i Treasury from engaging In any kind of lift when a masculine arm first business or commerce. ber waist. Inndon-PnrIs-Lausan- Poets pipe the lay and plumbers lay the pipe. POLICE MUST SALUTE Toungstown, Ohio. A demand that police officers salute Mayor George Oles was sent to Chief of Police James Watkins. "I want all police officers to salute me hereafter when they pass me on the street," read the Mayor's ultimatum. RAIL WRECK INJURES FOUR individuals York. Nineteen were named In s'lx indictments returnIN KIDNAPPING IRISH VICTIMS ed by tho two grand Juries investigatRELEASED THROUGH EFFORTS ing operations of the great Wall Street buckolshop ring. Five indictments, OF COLLINS naming 12 operators, wen- - returned by Factions In North And South Ireland tho special grand jury of the General Sessions Court, the others by the SuEach Fear An Attack From The premo Court grand Jury. The IndictOther Commission Appointed To ments will be placed Immediately In Ascertain Conditions. the hands of Court olllcers and tho individuals named taken into custody London. Michael Collins, heau of the for trial as soon as the two Juries Irish Provisional Government, has ob- complete their Investigations. Tho brokers anil their assistants tained the release of 15 of tho Ulster Unionists recently kidnapped. It was named in tho Indictments are charged announced In the House of Commons witli grand larceny and tho bucketing by Winston Churchill, Secretary for of stock securities. Rench warrants the Colonies. Mr. Collins hoped that were Issued by Judge Mulqueon. more of the prisoners would bo liberat THREE BODIES FOUND ed shortly, the Secretary added. Mr. Churchill said that at his sug Kansas City, Mo. Tho bodies of gestion Premier James Craig, of Ulster, and Mr. Collins had agreed to two men and a woman were found In the appointment of impartial commis- a closed automobile half submerged sions, who would go to tho border In ISruMi Creek in tho south part of The cur apparently had area, ascertain the facts, and keep In this city. close touch with each other In order fallen with its occupants from a tresto allay, if possible, the great appre tle and broken through the Ice of the Tho bodies were frozen In hension existing on both side of tho creek. border at the action being taken on the Ice which had formed Inside the car. The dead: Mrs. Anna Srao, tho other side. Mr. Churchill said messages he had Nicholas Tonick anil Thomas Covb-vicThe throo apparently had lost received indicate that there was groat apprehension in tho nortli that there their way In the dark and instead of might be a violent incursion from the taking a sharp turn in tho road, drove south, that large numbers of tho Irish onto the trestle, used as a street car Republican army were accumulating In right of way. villages in County Monaghan and that BOY BURGLAR there might be an attack. On tho other hand, ho said there Chicago. "Three Gun" Herman Alwere considerable movements of armnegro, sat In ed Constables north of the border, len, a seventeen-year-olcausing similar fears In the south. He the Hyde. Park Police Station and had proposed, therefore, the forma- amazed hardened criminal chn-e- rs tion of Impartial commissions compos- with his story of 2lK) burglaries and in three cities, netting him ed of several Hrltlsh in each and of hold-up- s officers of tho forces of the opposing more than $100,000. He told detectives that ho was the "King of Boy sides. Burglars." Allen was arrested while attempting to make away with a stolFIRE ENGINE CHEATS He carried a 45- - calen automobile. anSt. Louis, Mo. A fire engine, called iber pistol In each hip pocket nnd to extinguish a small blaze In n paper other slung under his arm. His pockbag factory, caused a conflagration with ets wore tilled with pawn tickets. an estimated damage of $5,000 here. PRIEST MURDERED Sparks from the engine. It was said, caused tho blaze in the Republic Metal Ohio. Father Richard .Minster. nd Rubber Company, next door to the Schwiderman, pastor of tho Roman bag cirmpany. Catholic church here, was shot and killed nt the home of Charles Prlen:ng. UP AMERICANS REDS HOLD who Is being held in Auglaize County jail, at Wapakoneta, accused of murRelief der. The priest had been called to the Xew York. The American Administration was advised by cable homo In an efTort to quiet Prening, who that two of Its couriers had been held was said to have, been drinking nnd tip by soldiers between Moscow and was causing a disturbance. Riga, nnd the seals of their courier bags cut. The contents of the bags GERMAN AGAIN TAUGHT were not touched and the couriers Chicago. Study of the German lanwere permitted to proceed. guage once more has been made a part of the official curriculum of ChiLOW BID $19,250,000 During the war cago public schools. New York. The Boothe & Flynn It was virtually discontinued, although , Peter Morton-sonCompany, of Pittsburg, was low bid not officially banned. Superintendent of Schools, In a der for the projected New York-NeJersey vehicle tunnel under the Hud- statement asked that teachers urge son River, it was announced. The their pupils to study German nnd forget war prejudice. figure was reported to be ?10,250.000. were only two other bidders. There SENATE SHELVES BILL . d Advocates of Pact Do Not Oppose Res ervatlon Making It Clear That The United States Is Not Obligated To Use Force In Carrying Out Its Terms. r Washington. Opponents of tho Pacific treaty won their first skirmish when It official!" was admitted that no record or minutes of the negotiations that resulted In this particular pact were kept, iinthwlthstund-inthut the data Is complete on nil other treaties. It also was brought out officially that the treaty was evolved without the ..knowledge of the press and that its incubation was kept a secret. An even more Impressive victory for the Irreconcilables was reported In tho definite statement that both the President and his supporters In the Senate were willing to accept a reservation, making It clear that this treaty does not obligato the United States to use force In carrying it out. This reservation, not now regarded as obnoxious, simply Is considered to be unnecessary by friends of the treaty. llowever, the position is taken that will clear the air it will not be fleeted to. The reservation would be eptable. It was said, because neither President or the American dele-- j es regard tho treaty us a military a ance, and do not object to this fact four-Poweg Frankfort. State Inspector and Ex aminer Henry E. James, filed with Iraq has not got Into the vocabulary Governor Morrow a report covering an of most of us, hut It Is pretty sure, Investigation of Mason county nnd sooner or later, to become better turned Into the state treasury $03.23 known In western lands; for It Is the collected from delinquent officials. He name of an Arabic kingdom which reported all of the offices to be In ex came Into existence as one of the re- cellent condition and all funds properly sults caused by the European war In accounted for. the region we know as Mesopotamia. In such n land thoughts center Greensbrng. James Skaggs, 20, was about rivers, remarks a writer In Na shot throe times on the public square tion's Business. It was not unnatural here. E. Z. Taylor was arrested by for the new king In September to Deputy Sheriff W. L. Marshall and T, speak of his people ns the sons of the B. Noe and was afterward released TlgrN nnd the Euphrates nnd to desig on bond. Skaggs Is the son of the late nate British business men ns the sons A. Skaggs, attorney, and a nephew of the Thames. The occasion wns an of County Attorney G. IL Skaggs. Tay address presented to the king by the lor Is a son of the late Dr. E. T. Tay British chamber of commerce In Bag lor. dad. Figures of speech are appropri ate In the East. Trade was described Lexington. T. C Bradley, home as a large tree with spreading branch from New York, announced negotia es. and there wns reference to Its re tions for the sale of $SOO,000 Lexing lation to the pillars of peace. The king ton municipal bonds, sold to Watkins responded in kind, laying stress upon & Co, New York brokers, finally clos the ties of covennnt between the sons ed up, and the money with premium of tho Thames and those of the Tigris and Interest deposited with the Chetn and Euphrates. fcal National Bank, of that city, to the So ancient a part of the world Is credit of six Lexington banks, which clearly entitled to Its figure of speech, bavo been designated as depositories at the funds. HIS BATHS COSTLY AFFAIRS Henderson. Marine Sergeant Major Evidently Excellent Patron of the Jewelry Store. A Frankfort. That part of the Mid land trail in Kentucky from Louisville to Ashland, with the exception of a stretch between Morehead and Olive Hill, will be completed by the end of this year, according to the annual report of Dr. IL IL Elmore, president of the Eastern Division of the road, which extends from Louisville to Ashland. Now Haven. Ben Edelen found a dead wolf on the farm of Blven Crady, two miles north of here. It had huns Itself In a wire fence and In trying to extricate Itself, It cut an artery In Its legs and bled to death. Mr. Edelen exhibited the wolf and now has Its hide. No stock was destroyed and It Is a mystery as to how It came to be In this section. It was a full size wolf. Femlngsburg. In the trial here a Circuit Court of Mrs. Kettle Mlls Duncan against Mrs. Beulah Dudley for the alleged alienations of the af fections of her husband, S. O. Duncan. the Jury gave a verdict for $2,400 for the plaintiff. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan have a family of four daughters and a son. Mrs. Dudley Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hinton, of this city. Jury In Circuit Court 'definitely. The committee agreed to report all thp treaties togetl. r, but their order of precedence was not determined. In thcbsence of the records It was confidently that Secretary of Stav. Charles K.' Hughes would be called to testify. He and tb heads of the;othcr delegations alone participated lii the final negotiations. nevertheless the senate adopted the resolution introduced by Senator Gilbert- M. Hitchcock, of Nebraska, calling upon the President to supply the Senate with any information ho hqs about those negotiations. Advocates of the treaty did not tho resolution seriously, resting In the contentment that Mr. Harding necessarily must say ho has vlrtually no documents. " "The negotiations were conducted entirely by conversations between tho heads of the delegations anil I know of no impers or minutes." asserted Senator liodge. "1 am ready to make everything public and so Is Senator Underwood. "It Is Impossible to repeat conversations from memory, and If no conversations are to he allowed except tmcli taken In shorthand in presence of witnesses, very few treaties would be negotiated. There was no attempt whatever at secrecy," Senator Lodge added. pre-dle-j- d o NEGRO KILLED BY MOB BUILDS OWN DEATH PYRE lack Hs a cold or grip sapped your strength? Do you suffer constant backache, feel nervous and depressed? Then Many cases of look to your kidneys! kidney trouble are the result of indisease. fectious The kidneys hsre hroken down under the strain of fil- poisons from the ( terioi blood, lnsl s why a cola or grip oiien leaves backache, headaches, dirzy spells aad irregular kidney action. Help your weakened kidneys with Docn't Kidney helped thousands Pillt. Boon's have you. Ask your and should help disease-created 14 Since ikt Grip? Rochester, N. Y. Building a pyre of shavings, Joseph Berry, living In Lyell road, west of the city, Ignited the shavings and reclined on them. He conditions. burned to death. CAN FACTORY DESTROYED Washington. The senate recommitted to its Labor Committee tho Ken-yo- n bill to give the President power to, hasten In slack times and retard In' prosperous Itmes construction of public works as an aid to employment URGES NAVAL UPKEEP Speaking at memorial Washington. services at Fort Myer, Va., In honor of the dead of the battleship Maine, sunk In Havana harbor In 1S0S, Edwin Denby, Secretary of the Navy, said ho hoped lessons "of that small war, of such vast consequences, will not be forgotten. And first of all," he said, he hoped it would be forgotten "that an army and a navy reasonable In size and excellent In quality nro necessary to the continued safety, dlpilty and dominance over Its own possessions of any great power. FORMER CLERK HELD Detroit, Mich. Charles Street, former Record Clerk at the Detroit House of Correction, was arrested pending Investigation of disappearance of $0,212, declared by expert accountants to have been collected In fines at the institution while Street was Clerk. Tho missing money was collected from 142 released prisoners, the acStreet denied knowcountants say. ledge of the loss, stating, according to pi like, lie had put it in a drawer to which a number of persons had access. V:ildosta. Ga. John Glover, a negro, was shot and killed by a mob of his own race at Indianola, seven miles east of here, after he had "shot up" a negro schoolhouse, killing a girl and fatally wounding a boy. LIQUOR MAY BE STORED Government-owneWashington. Vacant buildings throughout the country will becomo monster cellarettes under plans being worked out by the Budget Bureau. According to n report from Charles G. Dawes, Director of the Budget, to President Harding arrangements virtually have been completed whereby Intoxicating liquors seized under (he national prohibition net will be stored In vacant army and Shipping Board buildings at an estimated annual saving in rentals of d an returned a verdict of guilty against Bert Kelly and sentenced him to five years, the limit. In state o''s-.-i- i for Stealing an automobile belonging to "Doggone the luck 1" sold the gob as Bonry Henson. Kelly eloped to St, he flopped Into a chair In the lobby of Louis with a daughter of Henson, tak ing $90 of his money besides tat auto. the Y. M. C. A. "Whut's the matter7" Inquired the He do.iled the theft, saying that Hen marine sergeant major who was en sou's daughter drove the car away joying his afternoon smoke. and he followed her. "I was taking a bath this morning Newport. For the second time In and I left over at the Waldorf-Astorimy ring In the bathroom. Of course. a week Ben Colker, employed In a when I went back for It, the darn ring clerical capacity at the Newport Boll hog Mill, where mill workers are on had disappeared." "Twugh luck I" said the sergeant ma- strike, was beaten when he left the jor. "Tough luck ! You know I leave plant to board a street car. Colker said a ring in the bathroom every time I be was knocked down and shot at take a bath. I lost 14 of 'em In the once, whereupon he fired several shots last coupla weeks." The Leatherneck. at his assailants, who ran away. Colker said he believed he shot one of the men who attacked him. Skunks Well ,IMhaved. o anger and kunk ls J' "malice toward none, becoming be Frankfort. State banks had total offensive only when startled or fol- resources of $219,923,659.83 December lowed too closely, when his nervousto a condensed 31, 1921, according ness causes disastrous results. Is the statement of the banks Issued by Interesting statement of Hunter James P. Lewis, state banking com Trader-Trappe- r. missioner. The assets of the state banks at the end of tho calendar year China Wants Electrlo Motors were approximately $287,00 less than Is becoming an Increasingly China they were at the close of business Important manset tor electric motprs, June 30, 1921, at which time they nspri for a wide varletv of nnmospn amounted to $220,117,5iai5. from running electric light plants to soap fnctories. Although a Kenton Frankfort. County Jury decided that the Chesa That English Weather. peake and Ohio Railroad must pay to "Lady Jlnrden was a weather-bea- t woman In the 'COs. No doubt the Harold Rogers, 6 years old. of Coving en eye, the for the weather of the British Isles Is detest- ton, $1,000 Appeals loss of an held that the ev able at times, but Lady Marden al Court of ways seemed to have been out In the dence was not sufficient to fix the worst of It." From "Mr. Plm," by A. liability on this company and reversed the Judgment of the Lower Court, with A. Milne. directions to enter a verdict for the company if the evidence is the same Good Reason. Teacher Why did the people of old on another trial. believe that the world Is flat? Scholar Because they didn't have a Louisville. Plans for the erection of school globe to prove that It wj a $15,000 memorial at Camp Za chary Taylor In honor of the soldiers who CINCINNATI MARKETS died there during the World War are being formulated by a committee o Hay and Grain the Jefferson Post of the American Corn No. 2 white C0Glc; Xo. 3 Legion. The plans are to h.ive the No. 4 white 5G57 four states, Kentucky. Illinois Indiana No. 2 yellow COgCle: No. 4 yellow and Michigan, from which the wen 55t4ftS ; Xo. 2, mixed 59G0c. were drawn for Camp Taylor, parti Sound buy Timothy per ton $19 cipate In raising the funds for the 20; clover mixed $16 17. memorial, which will probably be erec Wheat No. 2 red $1.47 1.48; No. 3 ted on a plot of ground In tho loop at red $1.4501.40; No. 4 red $1.4001.43. the cnii of Kentucky avenue. a, Frankfort. During the month of January the outstanding Interest-bea- r ing warrant Indebtedness against the state was reduced $1,097,5530. At the beginning of business February 1, the outstanding Indebtedness against the state amounted to $509,701.98. as compared with $C407,255uS4 for the previous month. Of the total outstanding Indebtedness $1,016,61532 Is in school warrants. Irvine. Charles Gurley, chief of po lice at Irvine, was shot and Instantly killed In nis office. Gurley had arrested Harry Daniels and taken him Into his office before taking him to jail. Daniels seems to have been begging the chief no to put. blm In JaiL when, he suddenly drew a gun and shot the chief, killing him Instantly. Gurley died before he could tell of the circum stances leading to the shooting; Lexington. Former .service men. students In the University of Ken- f, were engaged in a "lottery" for rooms, when a drawing took place for assignments in the new dormitory, which are to be furnished free to the veterans under provisions of a state law passed In 1920. The dormitory, which cost $150,000. is expected to be ready for occupancy in a few days. It will be the only men's dormitory of the Institution. tiw-hr- v ' Louisville. Louis Chester Harbs- son of J. L. Harbs- meler, meier, 2709 Cedar street. Is In a serious condition at the City Hospital suffering with a bullet wound In his abdomen, said by his father to have been accidentally Inflicted. Harbsmeler said his son was shooting at sparrows with a small rifle in back yard of the Harbs meler home when the accident occurred. The boy was alone at the time and no one saw the accident. Owensboro. The midwinter meeting of the Kentucky State Veterinary Medical Association closed here after the selection of the next place of meeting. I'leasurevllle has Invited the association to meet tliere next year. Election of officers was held resulting as follows: Dr. J. IC Ditto, of Pleasure-vlllpresident ; Dr. W. M. Coffey, of la Center, first vice president; Dr. J. A. Austin, of Fulton, second vice president ; Dr. F, C. HIgdon, of third vice precldent. and Dr. J. A. Winkler, of Newport, secretary e. to 585!J: Madl-sonvill- e. and treasurer. neiohlort An Ohio Case Wm. Camersoa, HO Palss-tln- e, Tine St, East -Oslo, says: Pains used to take tne In the small of my back, My kidneys wsre la a bad way, too. During- - the day the kidney secre- Hons passed freely. I, boofbt a bor o!, Doan's Xldsey PUls. and by the time I bail finished one box. mj kidneys were In rood oroer arain." Cat Deaas at Aar Stare, 60s a Bex FOSTBR-UILBUR- N Washington. Four persons were Injured, two seriously, when the Pennsyl vania Express from ItulTalo, due here, at 8:55 o'clock, was derailed at Oden-toMd. The Injured who were brought here on a special train were: V. C Luppert, Injured back and probably in ternal injuries; w. K. Sprlngman, broken arm and shoulder, and King E. Crooks, bruises, all three of Williams port, l'cniu and William F. Raker, of Baltimore, fractured knee and probably Philadelphia. Fire destroyed the plant of the Rltter Can and Specialty Company, Hutchinson and Oxford streets, partly destroying a section of the Schoble Hat Cop,viny and damagsTrertures, with a ed several near-b- y total loss estimated at $500,000. Value of tho can plan alone was placed at $400,000. Hundreds of spectators were thrown Into confusion when SO horses, released from tho,stubles of the American Ice Company, adjoining the Rltter factory ran up nnd down tho crowded internal injuries. streets. KILLED IN AUTO CRASH Baltimore. Three men were kill-ee- l and one Injured when an automobile In which they wore riding an Iron trolley pde on Gay street, near Fallswny. The automobile struck the Irvn upright with such force that tho pole split through the machine to the rear of the driver'sr sooL The engine of tho car was driven through the side of the automobile and thrown 00 feet, while the dead nnd Injured wcro tossed 100 feet away. stfe-uc- $170,000. HEAVY LOSSES Loudon. Italian forces fighting reb els at MIscrata, Tripoli, have lost 25 killed and 100 wounded, says a Central News dispatch from Home. Another dispatch quotes a state ment as saying the enemy losses were heavy. This dispatch adds that Arabs attempted to tamper with the rail way lines between Tripoli, Azlzla and Misurata. Tho garrison made a sortie. but the rebels resisted. The Italian Government regards the trouble as an Isolated demonstration. semi-offici- CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. Cuticura. Talcum Very Healthful Seep 2Se, Oioteeat 2S tad SOc, Talcs. 2Sc SatsJI RawlelsVs Good Health Spkx. Flarars, CocAf Household sCkm. Tenet Preparations. c. 140 oMf ol. Ktrmltlol sold on time, wveUwholessW cr mark' S mnennd by HUWwii, rTp. , iaown a. Ztxjt b Idpennanent. is Fragrant and GREEN BUG SUBDUED Washington. Tho green bug, which was "dangerously abundant" In parts last February, and of lle jnld-wes- t fly, which threatened the Hessian wheat In six states, have. been found by a survey conducted by the Department of Agriculture to be "much reduced" this year. W. R. Walton, entomologist in charge of cereal and forage insects Investigation, said. Results of the snrvey, Mr. Walton announced, "show that In Northern Toxas and Southern Oklahoma this pest Is almost absent at present No. 2 white 4142e; No. 3 39040c; Xo. 2 mixed 39040c; No. 3 mixed 3703SC. Butter, Eggs and Poultry Butter Whole milk creamer extras 40c; centralized extras 37c; firsts 32e fancy dairy 25c Eggs Extra firsts 32o; firsts 31c ordinary firsts SOc. - v 'ier LUe I'ointi.v rrje' 32c; fowls 4 lbs and over 24 ',4; under 4 lbs 24'A; roosiers 13c. Live Stock !.50 Cuttle- - Sleer irooii lo cho'.-08; fair to good $1500.75; common to fair $4.5000: helfere, good to choice. $0.5007.50; fair to giod $5.500 0.50 choice $007.50; fair to good $5,500 C.50; common to fair $405.50; din ners $202.75; stock heifers $405 stock steers $500. Calves Good to choice $12013.00 fair to gojd $8012: common and large Oats Lexington. For the first time In the history of Fayette County women will be members of the County Boar, loss. of Equalization, County Judge E. H. announcing that he had Lexington. Reiterating his position Doak said, named Miss Sunshine Sweeney and taken In the case two weeks ago, Fed eral District Judge A. M. J. Cochran Miss Sue B. Scott as members of the held the search warrant used to raid board. Miss Sweeney for many years the home of Isaac Miller on the Ver l'u s operated a farm In Fayette Counsailles pike Illegal and In addition en ty and at present is engaged In busitered an order directing the prohibi ness in Lexington. The board will conIt will be tion department to return to Miller sist of eight members. seventy-twquarts of whisky seized by sworn into otlice tomorrow by County Judge Doak. prohibition agents during the raid. Lexington. Fire gutted the grocery store of Robertson Bros., on South Limestone street, resulting in a $0,500 o $408. Gets Alcohol From Gas. Decatur. Ill, Feb. 3. Dr. E. It Darling, bead of the Mllllkln univerpn-dn- ;ri. ir m.T7 Save Six Wrecked Tars. Washington, Feb. t. Sir men, comprising the crew of tho waterlogged sity chemistry department here, an- schooner Optimist, were taken on" that vessel by the steamflilp Ampeeto nboiit nounced that he had been able to pure grain alcohol from ordinary 400 miles from the Azores, the Navy Illuminating gas. department was Informed. s Woman Horsewhips Bedard. Advocates Special Taxes. HI.. Feb. 3. F. W. Champaign, Washington. Fob. 4. The soldier Bedard. superintendent of the Urbana bonus should be pnld out of special & Champaign Railway, Gas and Electnxes, such ns Increased first ami seconpostage and tobacco levies. tric company, was "horsewhipped" in d-class front of the Illinois Traction system Secretary Mellon declared before the bv Miss Jessie Daniels. house ways and means committee. Chilean Strike Is Called. Feb. 2. The executive Santiago. council of the Chilean Federation of Vbor addressed a manifesto to the )rkers of Chile" calling for a coun-yld- e strike as an uct of solidarity the coal miners. st Priest in Northwest Dies. Dnlutb. Minn.. Feb. 4. Mgr. toeph Francis Bub. pioneer member of the Catholic clergy In northern Minnesota, died nt n hospital here. Ho wns ninety years old and was considered the old est Driest In the Northwest. choice $00 ltfS2 common lambs good to choice $11.50015; fair to good Hogs heavy $9.75010.50; choice packers and butchers $10.50010.75 medium $10.75; common to choice heavy fai sows Unlit $00X25: shippers $10.75; pigs (110 lbs and less $709.75 Sheep Good to fair to ood $300: Frankfort. The Mayor and Com missioner of Finance of Lexington must sign and Issue $400,000 worth o school bonds for the Lexington Board of Education, the Court of Appeals decided in affirming a decision of the Fayett Circuit Court In the case of the city against the board. Voters at an election favored Issuance of $400,000 worth of bonds for school purposes. The Issue was held to be legal, and a dispute arose between Mayor T. C Bradley and members of the commis sion and the board as to who should pan rlia honds. ROYAL TREASURE WELL HIDDEN Pinevllle. The toll of the explosion Company's In the mine at Laynian. near here, reached six when the bodies of two entombed men. John Martin and his son, Jamws Martin, were found by rescuers. Two others Injured by the explosion, are In a serious condition In a hospital here. The dead : Ben Rapier, of Hulen, Ky. ; Earl Hampton, of Straight Creek; Willis May. of Four Mouth : A. G. Laynion-Calloway Bus-we- ll, of Straight Creek; John Martin and son. The Injured: George Hampton, father of Earl Hampton, and Joe Dell, of Four Mouth. victorious Queen Isabella wilds of Glamorganshire. was It hidden that the for it was vain. London e. . . . Find Woman Strangled. Freed In Burglar Killing. Kansas City, Mo, (Feb. 3. The body Des Moines. Ir, Feb. 3. Frnr nan found beneath a viaduct '!nkle, stort1 ner nnd postmaster' of 4 1 Identified shortly afterward Berwick, wr? fiefl from bin me J ben McKa Mrs. the if old, Eflie Itoecker,Sheforty-- ji.ry for who 1. i of Cecilwhen ht J- Killed of thlB city. bad Agled. the Dunie store. . Old-- Prevents Motor Skidding. As an nntlskld arrangement, as shown In the Populnr Mechanics Mag azine, side wheels nre placed on a motorcycle recently dlsplnved at a Ber lin nuto show. Each side wheel Is arranged nt such an nngle from the body as to prevent the mnchlne from skidding or falling over when turning In either direction. These wheels also support the motorcycle when not In trd ise. There Is tnlk of draining the Wash nnd turning It Into fertile farm lands. If this were done there Is Just a rhance that the treasure of King John might be recovered, for we know that somewhere In that great sandy, es'tu-ar- y lie his golden crown, his Jewel and his treasure chests. There Is another roynl treasure lying hidden In some I'ocky chasms In the mountains It Is that of Edward H. of Wales. whlchj'he hid In the year 326 when fly ing from his through the So securely search made Tlt-Blt- s. The Young Practitioner. "Well, Bloom." a phjslclan ashed a young colleague who was just starting In, "how's your practice?' "In the mornings practically no one comes." was the reply, "ttnd In the afternoons the rush falts off a blL" j (Stockholm.) 1 1 S 3 OWINQSVILLE OUTLOOK. of ground, outlined at Intervals wltt small stones." At the head of the grave lay a large, smoothly rounded Mone. I knelt and brushed nwny some obstinate nnd the letters "B. II." themselves, cut deeply and Irregularly Into the sloping facb of the Mono. Below was the ble symbol of the crossed bon..s. There wns something In ;ie utter loneliness Qf the place trmt ciiuglit my breath sharply. At once I had the feeling of a marauder. Here slept the guardian of the treasure and jet In defiance of him I nionnt to have It. So, too. had Peter and I didn't know yet what be had managed to 1)0 to Peter. With an Impatient shiver 1 got up quickly from my knerg, I whistled to Crusoe, who vns trotting busily about on mysterious Intelligence conveyed to him by his nose. He ran to me Joyfully, and I stooped and patted his wnrra vigorous body. "Let Bill walk, Crusoe," I remarked, "let him I He needn't lie a dog In the manger nbout tho treasure, nnyhow." Now came the moment which I had been trying not to think about. I had to find the entrance to the rave, and then go Into It or part with my own I went and peered esteem forever. over the cliff. The ledge-wa- s there not an Inviting ledge, nor one on which the unacrobatlcally Inclined would have any Impulse to saunter, hut perfectly good ledge, on which I had not the slightest excuse for declining to venture. There wns truly nothing dangerous about the ledge. It was neorly three feet wide, and had nn easy downward trend. Yet you heard the hungry roar of the surf below, and try as you would not to, caught glimpses of the white swirl of It. I moved cautiously, keeping close to the face of the clltT. Crusoe, to my annoyance, sprang down upon the ledge nfter me. I had a feeling that he must certainly trip me as I picked my way gingerly along. An angle In tho rock a low dark entrance-wnIt was all us Peter had described It I peered In nothing but Impenetrable blackness. I took a hesitating step. The passage veered sharply, us the diary had recorded. Once around the comer, there would be nothing but darkness nnywhere. Suddenly portentous nnd overwhelming, there rose before me the unanswered question of- what had become of Peter on that last visit to the cave. Unanswered nnd unanswerable except In one way: by going In to see. Whereas I had so far thought of the treasure, I now began to think with Intensity of Peter. What Ironic stroke of fate had cut him down In tho very moment of his trlumpji? Had he ever reached the ?ave to bring nway the last of the doubloons? Were they still wnltlng there unclaimed? Had a storm come up on that last night, and the weakened coble parted, and the Island Queen gone on the rocks, drowning Peter In the cabin with his gold. Then how had Crusoe got away, Crusoe, who feared the waves so, nnd would bark at them and then turn tall and run? Speaking of Crusoe, where was he? I realized that a moment ago he had plunged Into the passage, I heard the patter of his feet a pause. A queer, dismal little whine echoed along the passage. I heard Crusoe returning but before his nose appeared around the angle of the tunnel his mistress had reached the top of the cliff at n bound and was vanishing at nbrisk " pace Into the woods. With bitterness, ns I pursued my way to camp, I realized that I was not a heroine. Here was a mystery It was the business of n heroine to solve It Now thnt I was safely away from the cave, I began to feel the Itch of a torturing curiosity. How, without going Into the terrifying place alone, should I find out w' at was there? Should I pretend to have accidentally discovered the grave, lead the party to It, and then again accl dentally discover the tunnel? Thl plan had Its merits but I discarded It, for fear that something would be found In the cave to direct attention to the Island Queen. Then I reflected that very likely tho explorers would work round tho Island far enough to find the of the cave. This would take matters entirely out of my hands. I should perhaps be enlightened as to the fate of Peter and the last remit)Llg bags ot doubloons, but might also have to share the secret of the derelict with the rest And then all ay dreams of playing fairy godmother nnd showering down on certain heads like coals of fire torrents of beautiful goldeq doubloons, would be over. On the whole I could not tell wheth-e- r I burned with Impatience to have the cave discovered, or wns cold with the fear of It. And then, so vigorous Is the Instinct to see one's self In heroic postures, I found I was trying to cheat myself with the pretense that I meant presently to abstract Aunt Jane's electric torch and, returning to tho tunnel-moutplunge In dauntlessly. (TO BE CONTINUED.) -half-lntelll11 y p'rln-clpaih h, OWINGSVILLE, A, ARE PLAYING PART Creatures of the In Love. Making and IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL , X Ilk "After I had - rho flu and pneumonia I was slclc "(th Inflammation of the stomach and liver and at times had been Terr had for a month or more with kidney trouble. I began taking Dr. Pierce's Anurlo (kidney and backache) Tablets nnd these medicines helped me Terr much. I hare not had trouble with my kidneys sine I hope Dr. Plerce'i rented!? mar do for others wnat they hare done for mo." Mrs. I. M. Wheeler, It. F. D. 5. Box 102. Don't wait for serious kidney to set In. Helptyour weakened kidneys with Dr. Pierce's An-At all drug stores or send o Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel ? jffalo. N. T.. for trial package all-xnnr ' PainesTllIo. an they le System th Uric Aci. - J and Stop .mes Overloa uod t SundaySchool t (Ily D., Teacher of Engllih lllble in the Moody rtlble Institute of Chicago.) Copyrliht, li:2. WMlirn Newipaper Union. i- Wild Use Ad- WetC()Dtmttl5Plmdriaidir3 Ilu. Lesson rittt U. T U. vertising Tactics. the Warding of OH MORIA For Infants and Children, Alx.lt. of Enemies, Publicity Employment Is Common. Mothers Know That t3ea . i rntmt.-- n PER CENTi fa tingtteStamKtoandBgggj LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 26 ELISHA'S HEAVENLY DEFENDERS Kings annel of the Lord encanipetli round about them that ftur Him, anj delivered! them. I'm. M.7. UKl'KUENCK MATERIAL Dan. 6:1-lieu. 1:14. 11:27. Takes Care of rimiAKY TOl'IC-C- od LESSON TKXT-- II GOLDEN TKXT-T- he 8:8-- Gamilla COPYRIffHT (CHAPTER XI. 14 b THE Continued.) BOBBS-MERR.lLLrCOMPA- NY Klleha. KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good toncT cIry it and you will know why Let's Go. "Well, that's settled!" sighed the mnn to his wife the other evening, after he. apparently, bad been ruminating over the hollduy nightmare. "Now let's go to a movie." "What's settled?" she asked. "Oh, I was Just figuring out what I would do with $100,000 If some one should give It to me." be replied. "Well, what would you do?" Td give It right bock to the M. low that .gave It to me and save the trouble of paying It out In small amounts. Come on." To Whom It May Concern. Adv. in Vermont Paper "If you have any prospects, I have a nice willow carriage for sale." Boston Tran- script. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION - t SIB 6 Bell-an-s Hot wafer Sure Relief ELL-AN-S 25t arid 754 Packages. Everywhere "Anil now I have to think nhout moving the cold, rirnt of all I must pet the chi-s- t Itself nnonrtf the Island Quoon. This means that 1 shall hare to empty It apd leave the gold In the cave, while I pet the chest out !y sea. When the chest Is safely In the cabin of the sloop where It won't leave much room for llenjy nnd his master, I'm afraid I will tnke the baj;s of coin out by the land entrance. I can't think of risking my precious doubloons In the voyage around the point j "Of course 1 should have liked to got to the task today, but after the tlrst mad thrill of the great cveut was over, I found myself as weak and unnerved as a woman. So by a great effort I came away nnd left my glorious golden board. Now I dream and gloat, playing with the Idea that tomorrow 1 shall And It all a funtasy. The pleasure of this Is, of course, that all the while I know this wliarct of all Arabian fairy tales to be M real as the most drab and sober fact of my hitherto colorless life. "After all. on the way back from the cave IJonJy brought down a pig. So he Is as well pleased with the day as I am. Now I am sitting In the doorway of my cabin, writing up my Journal, and trying to calm down enough to go to bed. If It were not for the swift fading of duyllglit. I would go back to the cave for another peep Into the chest. Hut all round the Island the sea Is moaning with tiiat peculiarly melancholy note that comes with the s falling of night The have risen from the cove nnd gone wheeling off In troops to tlielr nests 00 the cliffs. Somehow a curious dislike, solialmost fear, of this wild, tary place has come over me. I long for the sound of human voices, the touch of human hands. I think trf the dead man lying there 1 Uic of the cave, Its silent guardian for so long. I suppose he broodejl once on the thought of the gold as I do he has been brooding sk these I wonder If he Is ninety years! pleased that I, n stranger, have come Into possession of his secret hoard at 6ca-blrdsea-gir- t, 11 per-hap- s of the encompassing woods. What happened to the writer of the diary on that last trip to the cave? For he had never left the Island. Crusoe was here to prove It, as well as the wreck of the Island Queen. And, In all hu man probability, under the sand which choked the cabin of the derelict was the chest of Spanish doubloons. Itut what was the mysterious fate of IVter? Had he fallen overboard from the sloop and been drowned? Hnd he returned to the cave and was he there still? It was all a mysterybut a mystery which I bunted to solve. Of course I might have solved It, very quickly, merely by communicating the extraordinary knowledge which had come to me to my companions. But for the present at least I meant to keep this astounding secret for my own. Somehow or other, by guile or lucky circumstance, I must bring It nbout that the document 1 had signed at Miss Browne's behest was canceled. Was I, who all unulded had discovered, or ns good as discovered, tho vainly sought for treasure, to disclose Its whereabouts to those who would deny me the smallest claim upon its contents? Wns I to see all those "fair, shining golden coins." parceled out between Miss Browne and Mr. Tubbs and Captain Magnus (the three who loomed large In my Indignant thoughts), nnd not possess a single one myself? Or perhaps accept a little stingy present of a few? I really long-soug- of Jehovah. JUNIOH TOriC Ellsha and the Armies Us. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOriC Our Unseen Defenders. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC What Faith In the Unseen Can Do fo 1. The Syrian King Sorely Troubled 81-J)- (vv. 1. . . ? Helen, turn your heavenly face be my refuge from the shudunwholesome thought!) ! The for you for you Surely that must cleanse It of Its stains, must loose the clutch of the dead hands that strive to hold It! "February 11. This morning I was parly at the cave. Tes, there It was, that I had the in me wonder-chedretmed of all night long. It was absurd how the tightness in ny breast relaxed. "1 began at once the work of re. storing the bags from the cnest and stacking them In the corner of the A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY FOR cave. It was n fatiguing Jo), I had BURNS. BITES. CUTS, to stoop so. . rr7ru ft Anu wm . un "I spent so much time unloading the r? rrcHiNG 5 kin ami SCA1P TROUBLES chest that before I was ready to go 7 ALL DRUCCISTS. for my boat the tide was up and CWUUMTItO IT SOLON PALMER pounding on the rocks below the cave. KIWI MX. I find that only at certain stages of the tide Is the cave approachable by H:ij;l-.l.i.l.l.-'l sea. At the turn after high water, for Instance, there Is such a terrific undertow that It sets up a small maelstrom among the reefs lying off the ASSURE AS DAWN BRINGS A NEW DAY Island. At low tide Is Jie time to come. "February 12. Got the cbest out of QUININE the cave, though It was a difficult Job. Luckily there was no sea, and I had u. HV1 ' DreakTttatCbldand a smooth passage around tlce point. I laughed rather ruefully as I passed To the Cave of the Two Arches. think of the toll I wasted there! I f tl.t .1 . . wish Benjy had encountered the fateful pig a little sooner. "Got the chest aboard the Island Queen and stowed In the cabin. Not room left to swing a kitten. "In the afternoon began moving the gold. It's the deuce of a Job. "February 10. Been hard at It for three days. Most of the gold moved. Have to think, too, of provisions and "Oh, on me dering gold Is 1 st lastl PALMER'S LOTION Began at Once the Work of Removing the Bags. wasn't very covetous about the money, taken Just as money; but considered as burled treasure It made my mouth water. And then there was Dugald Shaw, who had saved my life, and who seemed to have forgotten It. and that I had ever had ray arms about his neck nnd who was poor and brave Yes. decidedly, I should keep my secret yet a while, till I saw how tho cards were going to fall. CHAPTER XII. I Bring to Light a Clue. My first and nil but overpowering Impulse wns to possess myself of a spade and dash for the wreck of the Island Queen. Sober second thought restrained me. To dig through the d damp, sand of the cabin would be no trifling task, for I should be hampered by the need of throwing out the excavated sand behind me through the narrow compunlonway. I could achieve my end, no doubt, by patient burrowing, but It would require much more time than I had at my command before the noon-dasounding of Cookie's gong. I must not be seen departing or returning with a spade, but make off with the Implement In a stealthy and burglarious manner. Above all, I must not risk betraying my secret through Impatience. But there was nothing to forbid an Immediate pilgrimage to the much-souggrave-ston- e with Its sinister symbol. The account In Peter's diary of his adventure with the pig placed the grave with such exactness that I had no doubt of finding It easily. That done, I would know very nearly where to look for the cave and In order to bid defiance to a certain chill sense of reluctance which beset me at the thought of the cave, I started out at once, skirting the clearing with much circumspection, for It seemed to me that even the sight of my vanishing back must 6hout of mystery to Cookie droning hymns among his pots nnd pans. Crusoe, of course, came with me, happily unconscious of his own strange relation to our quest. Somewhere In the angle between the ragged margin of the cliffs and the abrupt rise of the craggy mountainside. according to reter's journal, lay the grave. I hegnn systematically to poke with n stick I cnrrled Into every mass of vines or bushes. s Quite suddenly I found It. My had displaced a matted mass of ground-creepeBenenth, looking raw and naked without Its leafy covering, was the "curiously regular little patch close-packey ht prod-dingr. CW armed bunds made Incursions Into the enemy's territory, lie determined as to where eainps should be Incate.l so us to Intercept Israel's army. Ills ns clever, but his gre:i mispltui take was that he left (iud out of Ills calculations. There Is one place where all plans nnd movements are known (Hob. t:i:i). dis2. The enemy's jiovements closed (v. The man of (Sod. knowing the enemy's movements, was able to tell the king about them. Ellshu's advice was more than a match for the wily plans of the shrewd Israel's safety lay more In the mini of Cod than in their warriors. 3. The king of Israel heeded Ellsha's word (v. 10). This was true wisdom. Ily obeying the prophet's words he saved himself and army many times. Those who are truly wise heed the divine warning". king's perplexity 4. The Syrian (vv. 11, 12). In his perplexity he his servants and demanded that the traitor be made known. He believed that some were playing Into the hands of the enemy; therefore he would put an end to the treachery. This wns denied, and one of ills servants declared that the king's movements were reported by Eltshn the prophet, even telling to the king of spake in his Israel what was worried bedchamber. not because of his sins, but because hU plan miscarried. II. The Syrian King Tries to Trap Ellsha (vv. 1. He sent nn army to enpture him Upon learning thai (w. 13, 14). Ellsha was making known his actions, he determined to put an end to the matter by trapping him and making How foolish to put him n prisoner. human cunning against divine wisdom. Horses and chariots are useless when God Is ngainst us. God's purposes cannot be thwarted. If God be for us, who can be against us? (v. 2. Ellsha's servant frightened 13). When he awoke one morning he saw that un armed host was encamping nbout the city. Viewed from the human standpoint, we do not wonder that he was iifTrlghted. 3. Ellsha's encouragement (v. 10). He assured his MTvnnt that, though Hrtij surruanded bv the Syrian army, there was a Mightier hot of heavenly defenders round about Ellsha dM not shut his eyes th tr le real danger, but looked to the hefcrs of God watching about them. 4. Ellsha's prayer (v. 17). He asked thot the Lord would open the eyes of his j servant so as to nee spiritual thl.Tgs. When the Lord opened tha eyes of the young man he saw that "the mountain wns full of horses and chariots of fire round nbout Ellsha." Hound about us nil the while ara angelR guarding us from danger. 3. The Syrians smitten with bllnfl-nes- s (r. 18). The same God who opened the eyes of the young man, blinded the eyes of the Syrians. God deals with men according to their moral cttltude. When mtfii will not have the light, God sends darkness. Artry Trapped III. The Syrian lten-hadaIlen-hada- d Ilen-hada- d ). The King's plan. (v. 8). His method mis a kind of guerrilla warfare That creatures of the wild know the vulue of advertising Just as well us do human beings Is indicated by signs that may be seen by any one who goes into the country. Often this advertising may be Just a dodge on the part of the Insect or animal to avoid the attentions of unother creature who has designs upon him as a delectable dinner morsel. This peculiarity of nature Is noticeable In regard to the butterfly, which Is nn Ingenious little publicity merchant. Certain kinds of butterflies hnve noxious qualities which are not to the liking of birds, but there are other species which are Just the reverse. Vhe latter consequently assume the colorings of the former and so, by advertising their undeslrablllty as food, manage to preserve their lives, says an English writer. The same tactics are adopted by beetles, but It Is from bird anil animal life that we get the best examples. Certain kinds of snipe, for Instance, set up n peculiar shriek ns soon as they catch sight of a shooting party, and this Is kept up until they have advertised far and wide that the gunners are on the lookout. Wild sheep, also, are clever In this respect. They need only to see one of their number nt attention, with head up and ears pricked forward, to become suspicious nnd ready for flight. Again, when deer register the presence of n foe. they send it signal to every member of the band to be cautious. The wild bellow of the Hon Is often uttered not because he Is angered and ready to light He knows that to keep away his foes he has but to remind them of his power, and lie does so by proclaiming his strength far and wide. With Just the same objeot does the rattlesnake shake Its castanets. The sound of them reaches the ears of his foes and. awed with the dreadful warning of the snake's latent power, they Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature Cheerfulness Mineral. 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The Iguanodon Is supposed to have Its been 20 to 30 feet In height footprint a cast of which has Just been exhibited to the members of association here, the Geologists' covered nn area of nearly four square In American BMBomOanarnff-StopaUalrraUla- PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM d For every mnrj who Is unable to stand prosperity there are million who are willing to try. trappers are now trapped. 1. Army led by the man sought by them (vv. 10, 20). Ellsha led them to Samaria and asked the Lord to open their eyes. When their eyes wvr open they saw the man whom they sought but not nt the place where they sought1 him. Insteud of seeing htm at Dothan as they expected, they saw him In Samnria. 2. The generous treatment of the Syrians (vv. The king of Israel wanted to smite the captives, hut Ellsha forbade hlln and ordered Instead that they should be fed and wnt back to their master. 5. Ieace between the nations (v. 23). The mercy shown to the Syrlnns had such a profound effect upou them that they carue no more to make war upon Israel. What a fine thing If we could have such humanity shown today ! ). frC jnakrs walk tor ?tr. flSUL i Knoom Corns. HINDERCORNSensures comfort sttv stnpt alt pain, mmr.m 13a. Kattorei Color and Baantr to Crar ajxi Faded HsU 90c. ana li w itbcews. llio by tsall or at Croc ti LloydLOOM Baby Carriages &FnmititrB Products Ask Your Local Dealer JEWELRY Old gold, silver and platinum. Will remit cash, then hold goods 10 days subject to your orders. Refinery, 903 Rdbold BMj, Dayton, Ohio mm DRINK cheering Impressions of Its toes Indicated that this Iguanodon was in rapid motion, suggesting the possibility that tiger was an ancient on Its trail. sabre-toothed feet Wanted to Buy Write Now for Illustrated Booklet 32-Page When raw cold winds blow Baker's Cocoa delicious f It imparts a warmth, valuable nutrition and has a most fla- water for the trip. "February 10. On board the Island Queen. Have moved ai- - traps from the but and am sleeping on the sloop. Want to be near the gold. Tomorrow I have only to bring the last of the gold aboard a trifling matter and then go out with the ebb. I would have got all the bag on board today, but I noticed a worn stretch In the cable holding the sloop r.nd stopped to repair It I can't have the sloop going on the rocks In case a blow comes up tonight There are only nbout a load and a half of bags left In the vor. The very odorof a steaming cup is ap- t petizing and attractive. It is ab'solute-I- y pure and of high grade. MADE ONLY BY WALTER 1AKER & CO., LTD. DORCHESTER. taoUm of Chcto MASSACHUSETTS mm frat Kh cave. "A queer notion seized me today about the crucifix, when I was bringing It from the cave. It seemed to float into my brain 1 can't say from what quarter that 1 had better leave the crucifix for lilll. It wasn't more than he had n tight to, really and s there Is no virtue In a to make a man sleep well. "Of course I put the absurd Idea from me, and brought the crucifix aboard along with the rest of the gold. I shall be glad when I know that the g vines have again covered that gravestone from sight. I can't help feeling my own glorious good for' tune to be somehow an affront to poor unlucky Bill. "Tomorrow one last trip to the cave, and then hey, for home and Helen!" Tie diary ended here, I closed the book, r.nd stared with onteelng eyes into the green shadows cross-bonelonely-lookin- Effective In Ancient Warfare. Among types of sword famous In the past must be mentioned the great affair swung by the Germans in lansquenets, who were much mixed up in the French religious wars. So large was It, It could not be carried at the side In a Rcabbard, but had to be swung across tho back. When the lansquenets went Into action they had to be stationed a jood distance apart. In order to confine the casualties to the enemy. Each took bis stand, started the old scythe going and developed quite a sphere of Influence. d Give Thanks to God. Sleep should be light, so that we may easily awake; for wo ought to rise frequently In the night. In order to give thanks to God. . . . We who have the word, tha watchman, dwelling In us, must not sleep through th night. St. Clement of Alexandria. Bodily Exercise and Godliness. Bodily exercise proflteth little: but godliness Is profitable unto all things, having promise of the life that now Is, and of that which Is to come. I Timothy, 4:8. Packing Flowers to Ship. When packing flowers for mall, fill box, but be careful to avoid the slightest pressure on the blooms. Sprinkle flowers well with water and use only tissue paper to line the box. A good flowers Is way to pack to lay them In rows at each end of the box, their stems overlapping In the center. Take a stick Just a trifle longer than the Inside width of the box and spring It across the center of the box pressing It well down on to the ends of the stems. This plan keeps every bloom from moving and becoming bruised or broken. Roll tissue paper around the stick. This prevents any damage being done to the stalks. Never use cotton wool except when packing very ilencato .iothouse specimens. Bookkfrtplntf In a Nut ShlL Slf1ntructot principles of fully covering fundamental Including valu double entry bookkeeptnc able chart. Introductory price $1 for Urn lted time. TUB J. V. O'lIARK COMPANY 62(1 Southern lluiMinc Waxhluctun. D. C. INCREASE YOUR EARNING CAPACITY THE TIMES DEMAND SPECIALISTS The Lloyd Manufacturing Company HtywooJ-Woku- Ca.) 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It required some ninety days, the body being steeped Id natron 70 days, then washed Inside and out and treated with cedar oil, after which It was enveloped iu linen bandages ot a cost of ab ut $1,500. A cheaper process cost $300. How effective It was, tha mummies In many museums attest after thousands of years. nerves and brain. How often we dislike a duty simply because It Interferes with a plan, and we stew over the difficulties of our particular lot and Mn the obstacle to peace In the same quietness of spirit we uring to the task we love. It Is, perhaps, too much to ask of humankind that work we love shall be as alluring as that we loathe. But meet the unloved task as a challenge to strength and patience, as without any doubt In the sight of the angels, something we need to do for our soul' good and get It done and over with. back without Que.tion GUARANTEED DISEASE REMEDIES Salve and Sop, fail In the treatment of Itch. Ecsctna. Riarworra,TeUer or other Itching- Un dIara.tra.Tr7 this treat ment at oar rlak. Sold by aU reliable druccUts. A. B. Richards Medicine Co, Sherman, Texas I&ftoocy Short brrtthinor ra-la a few boar) w.llinv MlnrMl In . few day.: regulate the liver, kldner. etomsch and beans purifies the lood,atrmrtheni the entire syalem. Wriufrjrfm Trial TnatmtitU COOS DECfST KVEOT tO, Dcpt C. (L, ITUITL U. Ik-re-d DROPSY TREATED ONE WEEK FREE W. N. U, CINT4NATI, NO. 7..I922 one of the earliest civilizations In the world, the probability Is that licorice Is' about the oldest confection of alt, The greater part of Mack lUnrlcv and the taste which the boys and is derived from Spain, where It Is girls of today like so well was enjoyed made from the juice of the plant and by the youngsters of 3.000 years ago. mixed with starch to prevent It from Washington Sar. melting In hot weather. The curl re plhnt Is a shrub that attains n height The Unloved Task. of hree feet onil It grows wild where Even when we have learned the or-- il It flour-jslilt roots reach the water. nury duties of life, so they no longer eseciall.r on the hmiks if the lave ,iiwer to fret us or rob us of Tigris and the Euphrates river. Since leep, the unaccustomed, or the unthe valley of the Euphrates contained wanted retulns a nlg'itmare hold upon OLDEST CONFECTION 1 The Birthday of a Papoose. Wesley George Claremore. an Osage papoose, was one year old a few weeks ago, and his parents invited 75 memSaw It Coming. Wife (enthusiastically) I saw the bers of the tribe to celebrate the event most gorgeous chiffonier today, dear. with them nnd attend u jig feast, for But, of course. I know we cannot af- which two deer were killed nnd served, In says an Oklahoma newspaper. ford (resignedly) Hubby When have addition there were two beeves, two they promised to deliver It 7 New hogs, a wagonload of turkeys, ducks York Sun. and chickens, several cases of bananas, oranges, npples nnd other fruits, and Ball Players on Tour. continuous stacks of pies and cakes. "Some of my hoitthends are going Toast responses were made by Bacon barnstorming with a play." Bind nnd Edgar McCarthy, former Think they'll make good In a playr chiefs of the tribe, and Itonnhorse, "Ought to fit right In with this play. a member of the Osage council. It's called The Comedy of Errors. H WAY TO GET RID OF RABBITS The Lucrative Accomplishment should scatter more sunshine "You Most Efficient Measure to Exterminate when you nppenr In public. Make your Little Animals Is Comaudiences laugh once In awhile." munity Hunt "Make "era laugh !" .echoed Senator Sorghum. "If I could do that do you The only way to get rid of rabbits suppose I'd be sticking around nt n U to hunt or shoot them. Trapping statesman's salary? I'd be a movie may be effective in some localities, but comedian." when the country Is full of rabbits, it would not prove very effective. The A Peet You've Met most effective measure rg&lnst them "Has he much of a voice?" "No. But that (loo nit prevent him is a community hunt, staged new and from spending most of his time singing then. his own praises." mixes with your food, Why not b helps it to digest and strong, well-bui- lt supplies Just what your! fellow with plenbody needs to feed and) nourish the shrunken tis-ty of "Pep," ensnes, the worn-onerves, ergy and clear the thin blood and the skin Slowing with starved brain. Pimples, ruddy health and boils and skin eruptions vigor? Just takt) seem to vanish like magic, Mastin's Yeast under this healthful inVITAMON Tabfluence. Mastin's VITAMON Tablets will not lets for a short cause gas and they help to time and watch correct constipation. They th truly amass-l-ag are easy and economical! results. to take. Be sure to re- - I member the name Kas- tin's You can get Mastin's VITAMON Tablet at all good druggUti, Mastin's VITAMON -- mJdASTINS: YCA4T VITAMINt TABLET Are Positively Guaranteed to Put On Firm Flesh, Clear the Skin and Increase Enerry When Tafcm With Even MeaJ or Money Back moticmi AND F it, Mi- -, A ! V : j r COMMISSIONER'S OWIHGfcflllE - ic fun- - 1m tn ffiA rnl!tT lipnenth. Tho hi1irhr Mon of Monte lto'.a. the second loftiest peak OWlXGSVlliLE. - - - - KY. ',!.. afternoon in presence of a large In the Alps. !s l.r,2ir feet. The causo ' of the shortening Is partly the exertion am . Published Weekly, ithcnnp of Tlio human stature Is of cllmlilni:. lloral tri' utcs always slightly diminished 'during thn and many luaut-fu- l Entered according to net of lovinp friends. Rev. day. at the Owingsville, Ky., Post-offic- wore sent ly had charge ol l.nppin, of matter. as 8eeond-eIas- s Summer and Winter In the Country. The Inhabitants of cities suppose a. subscription .'lie service and the intcrrmcnt THE OUTLOOK'S made immediately afterward at the that the country landscape Is pleasant rates are as foVows: only hnlf the year. I; please myself $1.50 Barnes One Year grounds near town. with the graces of the winter scenery, 75c. Six Months is extended and believe that we pre as much :nr heartfelt 45.. Three Months touched by It ns by the genial Influ I he bereaved family. ence of summer. 10 uie attentive aHall has moved hack froi.i eye, each moment of th year has Its E. D. THOMPSON, and ill farm over the river own beauty, and in the same field It - - - Kentucky. Owlngsvllle. beholds, every hour, n picture which . Emmet t Hall will nl- -. i:i town. was never seen before, and which shall THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1022 Ia k l tve fr in Ashland. Thee are never be seen again. 'Ilalph Waldo former iti.eiw of our town and Kmerson. " welcome t!icm back. STEPSTONE v Criminal Careleisnos. Walter Miller, ol Morehead was Stnnlcy Goodpnster has moved 1 Mrs. Newly weil Oh.I Jack, you left the kitchen door open nd the draught the James Shront house, vacated ly t.iller here the past week. hns shut my cookery book, so that now L. B. Wilson. I haen't the faintest idea what It Is George Payne, wife and daughter, ODESSA Tm cooking ! Kxchange. Important French Discovery. who have all had the flu, are geltirg Mi-- s Mary 1. Capps, of near BethIt has bee,n claimed that the beauty along fine. el, is viMt.np friends here this week. of old oil paintings Is enhanced by the Mrs. Wills and daughter, of Ml. ltu;hcs Anderson and wife, of tiiirhcuiiig oi iin- - pigments which oc Sterling, visited her daughter, Mr. This curs near I'eliiile. spent troiu until claim In the course of centuries. iiues-tlohas been contested, but the Robert Garrett the past week. Saturday with the formers parent-- . has net cr been settled. A discovery John Stull moved to the Burl Stull W. T. Anderson ami wife. by the French scientist, M. Pierre Goodpas-te- r. Lambert, place, vacated by Stanley made It possible to view The sick in this vicinity are better. paintings has they originally appeared, ns i In in Darnell and Mis- by means of polarized light, says an Will Conley and wife pave n dance visited at Grange City Sat Illustrated article in the Popular Me chanics Magazine. An Intense light last Tuesday nipht. A large crowd inlay nipht. from an arc or Incandescent lamp of attended and all had a nice time. Several from here attended the low voltage Is Inclosed In n lantern -- Clifton Johnson and wife pave a urial of Jes-- e Bailey a.t the Atchi- provided with n condenser, followed by dance last Friday nipht and all the rays son praveyard Monday aftcnioou. a lens which makes through parallel the polar during their passage a pood time. He died at Arpo, HI., of pneumonia. izing apparatus, u Nlcol prism. A visitinp his sis. Loyd Alexander is He is a son of Warren Bailey, of .h; lens then enlarges the pencil ter, Mrs. Virgil Montjoy at Mt. Ster. p'ace, als: one sister, Anna Bailey, of luminous rays and lights up the entire picture, the plane of which Is line tltis week. l iiwapsviiie, one oroinor, .loiin, almost normal to the axis. The ob Gcorpe Kinratd moved to (lie houe rear here, besides a host of friend- - server, looking through the Nlcol prism. 4ht unrAi "frnm T. R. Wilson some is able to find n position in which the . . A .iiki relatives to uioiini in- - lcalli. superficial reflections are completely .' tuna n ln suppressed. Old dull pictures become family Stanley Goodpastcr and perfectly distinct, colors more Intense, sick list this have olrtecn on the and the details otherwise almost In- rathiont in Eating. Etiquette Is a strange affair. It tlslble uvulae the value they had wee and son Lewis have changes so Indisputably that wlut In when originally painted. Cornelius one century will he called polite. In been very sick this week. another will lie dubbed the climax of Noted C.il War Spy. Lancelot Price has been poorly vulgarity. Take that simple matter, A woman was the mo- -t dramatic of for example, the drinking of tea from the Civil war spies. She was Knima the pat week. the saucer. When tea was tlrst used. Berkeley and Robert Thom-asso- It was drunk from a dish. In old col- Kduionds. who early had an ambition Little At the to be a foreign missionary. of Mt. Sterlinp, visited their lections of china many of these quaint start of the war she became a nurse will Iks found; lhy are shallow with the Army of the Potomac; Inter prandmothcr, Mrs. Callie Rnpan last pieces basins devoid of handles altogether. she was In the hospitals, and when Saturday. Then someone Introduced cups with headquarters wanted a spy she volunhandles anil saucers. teered. Eleven times Kmma Edmonds folk did not care for them, mid as a entered the Confederate, lines In disOLYMPIA , protest they poured their tea Into the guise nnd was not caught. Once she J. B. Hunter of Paintsville Ky., saucer, and drank from It there, harkwent as a negro youth and deceived attended the funeral of Mrs. Xaney ing hack ns far as they could to the the negroes with whom she worked. dish." Hut as to be old beloved Mays Tuesday. She brought back plans of fortificais usually an unpardonable tions nnd such scraps of military InThe siek here are all improving social crime, eopIe who were telligence as she could pick up. As n determined that to drink from negress, she was sent to Confederate nicely. a vulgar habit. Mrs. Clell Coyle and daughters the saucer was with a knife a Just as headquarters to cook, and there obcustom bad as eating 'left Sunday to join Mr. Coyle in you will sec ery admirably hroiight-u- p tained valuable papers. During Tope'ss i Virginia she made three vis-Itpersons practice abroad, and he 'Colorado. We wi-- h them good lueV In ten days and reto the cm- none the orse for It either. turned each tii:ie with valuable Inthuught in their future home. formation. Mrs. Xaney Mays died Sunday Wedding Rings. nipht of a complication of Wedding rings have been worn since Mirror His Aid. One lone clerk tends mi unusually She was 81 years old. She leaves time Immemorial and their origin tan only be a matter of conjecture. The long newsstand at one of the railway one daughter, Mi-- s Mary at home. first rings were probably made for stations. One lone clerk and a mirShe was a preatly respected old lady kings, with their seal engraved on It. ror. The stand is divided into three must sections, one of which is devoted to among her This ring, at sight of which all and will be sadly ini-sobey, gradually impressed the common friends-hereHer many friends here people with the belief that it was not candy nnduiewspnpers and the remain Ing two to magazines. The pillars that havethc deepest sympathy for the the seal but Uie ring which held the divide the three sections are decorated bereaved daughter. The burial took power, This belief of the credulous with magazines in racks, and make It and by magicians was exploited place in the Old Field's praveyard priests, and they began to sell rings impossible for the clerk to see down the entire length of the counter. The last Tuesday. as charms. Not much over a century clerk stations himself at one end the ago it was still believed that rings candy and newspajier section. A long Mrs. Millard McGlothiu and chilcould cure crumps, bilious complaints, the fam-i'- v blindness, epilepsy, etc Of course. In mirror hangs along the other wall of dren, of Dodpe, Ky., at the far end nnd high up. of her uncle, Georpe Swartz here early days, young lovers would spend the stand hopeful gamin or dishonest Hence any their all to procure rings that might passenger who makes an attempt to Thursday. protect the loved one from harm. To take one of. the magazines from the Mr. Trent, of Campton, is visitinp this day, in France, rings of hay, far end of the stand Is easily detected. "his laughter, Mrs. Frank Tolcson straw and horseshoe nails are given Chicago Journal. on betrothal ns protection against dl and family. nbullcal a.ts. Plants. fiid Warren moved Sunday from There are no true century plants In he Copher farm to the house vaIn the Outer Hebrides. the sense that It takes them 100 years To the inhabitants of the Outer to bloom. A number of plants, how cated by Georpe Boman. R. D. Sal-yelie! rides coal is almost unknown. ever, do not bloom until they have moved'to the house vacated by Th?Ir fuel is pent, supplemented lived for a long term of years. The Warre" with drift wood. A peat fire 's easy classic example of such plants Is the Mrs. E. A. Swartz was in Mt. to keep going. Day and night on talipot palm of India which lives for the open .hearth It glows. It Is rare 50 years or more and becomes a tall Sterlingon business Saturday. Indeed that It Is permitted tn die out, tree After It has Brot'Ifchry Adams failed to fill his for without heather or wood to kindle sent before it blooms. llowerstalk the up Its Immense It. it Is almost Impossible to get It whole plant dies. Our American "cenappointment here Sunday. primitive In these tury plants" often fruit nt the end of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jones who going again. Mines there are sometimes n eight or ten years under natural con wrre living in Mrs. X. T. ClarkV . uneys, h nly tr'nute windows. ditions, but In the house may refuse through will h the reat smoke es- - to bloom at all. Many of the bamboos house moved to Cincinnati Friday. pes. The room Is so filled with net like the century p.iints nnd bloom Mrs. Miranda Davis, of near Pres-- iiRent smoke that stranger's eyes once after n long period of vege ton .visited her sister, Mrs. Ben will water copiously, nnd soon he but tation. Such species are known ns Downs here last week. ' III have to go outside to recuperate. monacnrplc plants. Science Service. The smell remains In his hair and clothes for weeks; that Is why. It If Umbrella's History. PEELED OAK said, Harris tweed retains Its scent The olden umbrella was made with Mrs. Xqnnie Keller and children, for years. Columbus Dispatch. six, eight, ten ir...l even up to sixteen ribs, while some o' the Japanese and of Mt. Sterlinp, spent from Friday paper umbrellns have as many ns 40 Rich Autumn In Mannahata. till Monday with her parents, Mr. It was one of those rich autumnal ribs. Whalebone wns the favorite sub and Mrs. X'. P. Rcid. days . . stance for ribs, although rattan wns . upon the beauteous Mrs. M. M. Staton returned Friday Island of Mannahata nnd Its vicinity, frequently used. Metal took Its place, clumsy. Then wns from a short visit to relatives at not a floating cloud obscured the azure but arose heavy ai j Samuel Fox. of a genius, firmament, the sun rolling in glorious there , Forge HilL ' splendor through this ethereal course, Kngland. who In 18.12 patented Ills fa Pess Reid who has employment at seemed to expand his honest Ditfch mous "paragon rib," which Is still In use. In 1848 alpaca was first used ns expresfMt. Sterlinp spent Saturday nipht countenance into an unusual sion of benevolence, as he smiled his a covering material, but It, too, was land Sunday with his parents, X. P. evening salutation upon a city which heavy. Since then a great variety of he delights to visit with his most fabrics have been used, most popu and wife. bounteous beams; the very winds lar of which nre silk, gloria, plain cot Presly Jones visited his sisters to hold in their breaths In ton and other materials. As to col Misses Marparetta and Louvinia route attention, lesf they should ruffle oring, this Is left to the fancy of the Jones near Owinpsville Saturday the tranquillity of the hour; and the wearer. waveless bosom of the bay presented nipht and Sunday. Many Mountains Nameless. u a Kllshed mirror. In Vhlch nature Walter Anderson attended tlio fun At lenst sixty mountains In Caliherself and smiled. Washington fornia rise more than 13.000 feet above cral and burial of his relative, Mrs. Irving. sea level, hut they stand amid a wealth Marshall, of the Spencer neiphbor-hoo- d of mountain scenery so rich and vaof Canad., Orloln Sunday. Canard, the French for duck, has ried that they are not considered suf come to be used In characterization of ficiently noteworthy to be named, ac geologi Incredible items In the newspapers, and cording to the United States SALT LICK survey, department of the Interior. Is a word of curious origin. Jinny cal Mrs. Louise Savape, of Chicago, years ago a. story went the rounds of Vet If any one of these unnamed mounwas the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. European Journals recounting an al- tain peaks were In the eastern part of leged experiment in the voracity of the United Stntes It would be visited Staggs, the past week. by millions of people. Hut ducks. It was said that ten had been annually Miss Ora Metcalfe, of Owingsville taken and one killed and fed to the re- Callfoniln has TO additional mountain is spending some time with her sis- maining nine. Of the nine one had penks more than 13.000 feet high that have been nnmed, or 130 In all, as well lieen killed, cut into pieces, and raventer, Mrs. J. W. Snedegar. as a dozen that rise above 14,000 feet. ously devoured by the eight. Another Scientific American. The revival being conducted at the having been chopped up was gluttonM. E. Church by Rev. Howe assisted ously gobbled by the seven. And so by Rev. Kelly, Evangelist, is growing trere finally" remained only one duck which perforce must have eaten the in interest. other nlnel This yarn gave rise to Holland's Seaweed Crop Died Feb. 18, after several week's the word "canard" when an iraprob- te or ridiculous story was printed. The harvest of the senweed crop In illness, Emrrjott S. Parks, aged 48 Holland has become in recent y ' S year- a wife 'nee Miss Ad- more Importart than .er before and Mon Shorter on Mountains. singular result of e experiments the Islai. !s in the northern pa of die Warr1!;) and one daughter, Miss-MaMosso on the physiological effects Zuyder ze. .ire r e carefully cie.in d !l .rgaret Deceased was or' of liljh altitudes Is that a mountain i n uiey naxe lieen. iiiuic m,t citizens and had bee nr. J csceat may produce sech a the gr nvth loose by meai.s ng aid of an ordlnnry " vthe m f the 0. & 0. railroad fo- - of the lumbar curve that a t n bu t thro-- 1i thenvatei at low M.J?.,?,a.8 half -- irter or the tdrfrratibii has veeome- too slow and no " t fr .vnnte Itosa ao vlff ai. the &du of I . ' omooK;,-Con-cress, Mori-lirad- , make use of a series or knives mounted on a line which they pull back and forth. After the growth has been cut If la cnm.il nil Hi. IrnnMi in iIpv nnH Its commercial value Is determined by me intensity or uie color wnicn u iiikci on during the drying process. The material Is sent chlctly to Knglmid and France nnd occasionally a shipment to the United States. It Is used extensively In upholstering, although soum of It is rich in Iodine nnd other chemicals and this Is burned to recover these valuable constituents. SALE SHERIFFS SALE As I will FOR TAX5FS f J XOTICE OF SALE '. - I n Rosc-Crnnr- re-Io- rt I rust to., ns tulmrs. with the will annexed of Alice Gillon Plaint ilTs, versus Emma R. Saunders etc., Defendants. By virtue of a .nidthient nnd order of sale of the '. ...h Circuit Court uury term there rendered at the ' lx'- -- 1,1 llle waive sijicu ocuon, Why Worry! of sai We Judge the future by the past. I I as Master Commis-ioiiThere was a time when earth condi- Court will on tions did not admit of either plnnt or MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922 animal life. Conditions are now favorable to life and progress and wfll being the flrU day of the rep., continue so for ninny thousand years, tilni- - term of the Bath county court) but both geology and astronomy tench ns that a time must come when all at the front door of the Court hou-- e life here must battle against nature in Owinpsville, Bath county, Ky.. and finally lose the tight and dlsap- pear. It must decline at the next gin- sell to the highest bidder the followclal period when most of the globe ing described parcel of real will be gripped In snow and Ice. At (house and lot) in Owinpsville, Ky., n more remote period there will be a possi- on the north -- ide of Mnin street, and cold, dead earth without the bility of life owing to constant radi- boun lcd ns follows. On the east by ation of earth's heat. Hut that will lot of Mrs. Ida Elliott, on tin be millions of years In future nnd na- the ture will destroy us long before that jiorth by the land of Mrs. Fannie time. So, why worry? Exchange. Brother's heirs, on the we- -t by of the Christian Church Beauty Breaks in Everywhere. every Inndscaiie the point of as- (parsonage) and on the south by In tonishment Is the meeting of the sky main -- trect, containing about nnd the earth, and that Is seen from of an acre. the first hillock as well as from the top of the Allrghnnles. The stars at Sale will be made on a credit night stoop down over the brownest, six month- -. Purchaser will he rehomeliest common with all the magto execute bond with pood quired nificence which they shed on the purchase price, pay or on the marble deserts of -- urety for-tKgjpt. The uprolled clouds nnd the able to Fanners Tni-- t Co. a- - Execucolors of morning and evening will transfigure maples and alders. The tor of J. J. Lacy for the amount ol' landscnpe and lien debt and balance, if any tp the between difference landscape Is small, but there Is great Ma-tCommissioner and bearing ( difference in the beholders. There Is cent, interest per annum from nothing so wonderful In any particu- per lar landscape as the necessity of be- date of s.ile until paid. Bonds to ing beautiful under which every land- have the force and effect of a judgscape lies. Nature cannot be surwill be given prised in undress. Uenuty breaks in ment. The purcha-e- r "nuer I of Bath count.'. M ., ' offer f,or sale to the u. and be- -t bidder at the front door ol the Court House in Owingsville, Bath county.Ky., at the hour of one o'clock p. m. on the '" ' A Question that is Quickly and readily answt p. I The Cour)ier-Jouiir- al 1 MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922, Mime being County Court Day for Bath county, the following property: V About 50 barrels of corn in the crib, I milk cows, 4 calves, 4 horses, automobile, one Liberty 1 f interest in about 37 acres of tobacco in the ham, about 450 acres, of land situated in Bath county bounded on the north by the lands I of (J. 0. Hamilton, on the south bv the Mt. Sterling and Owingsville turnpike, on tto east by the Flat Creek turnpike, on the wet by the lands of C. C. Hamilton. All of snid property levied on as the property of ,1. C. Hamilton. 1 will sell a of said property to pay the taxes of said .1. C. Hamilton for the year 1021, amounting on the day of sale to :?1,07!US. one-halsullii-ienc- LARGEST MORNING CIRCULATION OF ANY KENTUCKY NEWSPAPER Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation, It is essentially a paper intent upon givi"? news matter C 5 first consideration. Maintains its own news bureau at Wasair.Nn and Frank- - v fort. Member of the Associated PresF i& With. important legislation cominpr before ( T.ress and the .51 . wr I t.i v.ouricr-oouru- 7.. vjenerati Asaeiuuiy in in(M iveiuucKy n is the paperyou will need. By special arragements we are now able to offer 1 Ui-- er iv., T Si ui I te: The Daily Courier-Journ- al Outlook and Owingsville 1 Terms cash. Bath Co. W. A. BOYD, At the same lime and place I will sell the following for taxes: Sharpsburg, No. I I. C. Hamilton, 450 A. land $1,003.40 No. I, Colored Xona Caywood, n. r. 2!) acres .$.12.75 27.01 Squire Caywood, 5 acres 43.95 Allen (trinney, 20 acres 4.9S Emily Hincs hrs. 1 acre 7.30 David Hinton, 1 town lot 7.25 Willi.s .loiu-s- , 1 town lot 30.94 acres Haze Lane, 2 0.G1 Ocorge Mason, 1 acre 4.S5 Dick Smith, Va acre 3.S1 Minnie Barnes, hou-- e & lot Bethel and Sherburne No. 2 21.53 David Anderson, 44 acres 22.10 John S. Anderson, 05 acres Ccorge A. Bairil, 40, 22, 01 and 72 158.01 acres 34.27 Bard Heirs, 40 acres 43.27 Herman A. Bailey 84 acres 27.GS .lohn A. Clueruh, 32 acres 5.21 Mrs. Carolina Hawkins 24a 23.47 Nick Rogers, 20 acres 4.93 Will Throckmorton 1 acre 149.0S B. Williams, n r 114a C. No. 2 Colored 7.57 acres Kohcrt Carlisle, 1 Weedon DonnhKon, 1 town lot 17.90 14.75 .lames Tnimbo, 1 town lot No. 3 John M. Bahford 27a & 3a 23.70 1.92 Miss .Jennie Craig, 1 aere 10.03 Stanley Clark, 15 acres 10.00 Mary Jane Gray, 08 acres 11.40 James Highley, 7 aeres .7.03 Purvi.s Hrs. (id acres 2.90 John Purvis, Hrs. 1 acre 2.27 Sidney Kiddle, 1 acre 7.20 Charley Vincent, n r, 24 acres Mis-- s 0.G7 Ellie Wells, 00 acres 7.00 Chas. Withrow, IS acres 5.00 Miss Maltha J. Withrow Ga NO. 4 20.03 B. F. Xorris, 40 acres 15.10 Lotta Osborne, 115 acres I). B. Otis Hrs. 27 acres 3.29 .13.07 acres James Otis 2 3.15 Dan Otis, Hrs., 23 aeres 31.53 I. X. Phillips, n r, 250 acres 2.5S Lotta Pergrcmj 2 nercs land 12.44 Elmer Patton, 55 acres 2.73 W. B. Pergrem,- nr, 12 acres. 7.95 J. K. Piersall, nr. 13 acres i 3.G3 Mnitha Peyton, 1 town lot 2.00 W. E. Prat-tor1 town lot nr, 4.23 Brooks Plui'in' r, 1 town lot : l)own & Moore, 55 acres 0.35 John Denton nr, 39 10 acres 19.37 William Flood, 1(5 acres 10.22 9.33 (Joodpa.ster, 20 acres 0.G5 W. Giddy, nr, 1 town lot 0. 2?.20 Mr. Jna (ireen, 1 town lot S.S5 Mary B. Harris, 35 acres William Hood, nr, 80 acres 9.80 Mrs. Ethel Johnson, 10 acres 3. G0 Lillian Kautz, 1 town lot 3.3' Mrs. Lou Law, nr, 1 town lot 4. G0 12.57 S. I) Myers, 2!)acres laud 8 William Montgomery 15.43 a. Kohcrt Moore, Hrs. 200 acres 1G.33 Job- Mnupin, nr, 1 town lot 4.11 S.55 Xid McCaity, 1 town lot 5.32 John McGill, 1 town lot Mrs. McCarty, 50 a. 0.32 12.00 Earl McCIain, 31 acres 8.10 Virgil McXahh, 20 acres Lewis Adams, 50, GO and 39a. 3S.90 5.SG James BIcvins, 24 acres ..'a-nc- s 4-- Both one year by mail for only $5.50. This offer applies to renewals as well as to new subscriptions, but only to neoDle livimr in Kentucky. Tennessee or Indiana. New subscritions may, if desired, start at a later date, and re- - 'i newals will date from cxDiration of present ones If you prefer an evening paper you may substitute the Send Louisville Evening Times for the Courier-Journa- l. X your subscriptions to the Owingsville Outlook office. vvw.-vTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN v f t t r one-t'onit- h Cain-piign- a, W er everywhere. Emerson. immediate, Poor Are Good to the Poor. "Above all the Mexican is generous, Where nnd he is very sympathetic. village still retains an its early Indian customs and still possesses Its cjldris or commons, you find the people industrious, but nlso care ful and thoughtful, Ingenious, and of What ont; spirit. true veclno has, the other shares," Carle-to- n Heals writes In the North American Review. "No man goes hungry, no man lords It over the others. This trait of generosity is widespread. I haTe seen a poor, tattered soldier, earning &) cents n day, out of which sum he had to feed himself and perhaps wife and children, give a shivering old woman 10 centavos with which, to buy coffee." LESLIE SHROLT, M. C. B. C. C. COMMISSIONER'S SALE XOTICE OF SALE .1. R. Peters as ndmr of Plaintiff, Sanford Dovle versus Fountain Booker, etc., Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order or sale of the Bath Circuit Court rei'tlered at the February term, there of, lWJ in the above styled action, I ns Master Coniini. ioiier of said ourtj will on . It has been circulated among the tobacco haulers of this town that there was some kind of contagious disease among the horses and mules and that there had been some S or 10 died in the Mt. Sterling stockyards. I have not been able to find out where this started from. I wanl to say that there hasn't been a horse or mule died in the stockyards in the past two years nor has there been any contagious disease. This place is disinfected every month. Willie Stone lost two or three mules. Dr. Horton says two of them died from indigestion and one from a kick. A. B. Wells has had something over 300 mules here in the past three months and lost ono from double pneumonia. All of this stock died in the warehouse across the street from the stockyards. Signed, GEORGE MAZE. This is to certify that I have done all of the veterinary practice a: the Mt. Sterling stockyards for the past three years and there has not been a case of contagious or infectious disease at said yards. Signed, DR. G. M. HORTON. ( Public Sale-As MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922 cii'--j-i- ed . vi-it- cd Half-Centu- rs . t - 1 Lake Belongs to Two Nations. (same being the first day of the rep. Lake of the Woods Is on the Ca- ular term of the Bath county court) nadian boundary between Minnesota hou-- e The boundary runs at the front door of the Court and Ontario. through the lake, so that It belongs in Owinpsville, Bath county, Ky., to the United Stntes nnd Canada. Iilg sell to Uie highe.- -t bidder the follow-in- p Island, the largest Island In the lake, described parcel 'of real belongs to Canada, but most of the water area of the lake belongs to the small house and lot in Bethel, Bath United States and Is part of the state (outity, Ky., hounded as follows: of Minnesota, as is also an Isolated inning at a stake corner with lot piece of land on the ncythwest r- of the lake, formed whjre the-- , lVi E 14.0S pole.-- to dary runs due south to meet the f lot Xo. C nnd in nke ninth parallel, which Is then folli XT 3'A It was created by the establishment o ,onn Arrasiuith's line, thence boundary- - The district has no gov jn Arra- A" Lot) 'poles to a stake the s ernment npari irom ,,.e oru.uury line aml ,.on)er with , No. I government in Minnesota. 3 ttience N ii.o- poics to a Land Needs Awakening. Lstake comer with lot Xo. 8, thenec I'atngones Is a romantic city In the, "Ms W 3.0S poles to the beginning, Illo Negro valley, but surrounded by a pampa so uiianuonen aim dreary containing .IS poles. Being same land that no one goes there If he can help conveyed to Sanford Doyle by VirIt. An Imaginative writer has fancied' ginia Arrn-mi- th etc, by deed of dethe town as a Sleeping Ileauty waitceased in deed book Xo. 82, page ing for the railroad, her Fairy Prince. No rnllrond reaches Patagoncs yet. 300, Bath County Clerk's office. The houses are all built around the Sale will he 'made on a credit of little. churclit whose bell used to toll -ix months. Purchaser will he re- warning of Indian Invasions. Though piired to execute bond with good the Itlo Negro valley still lies desolate surety for the purchase price pay for want of transportation, the Grent able to the Master Cominissione Southern railway Is pushing a branch rial bearing six per cent, interest pe now up into that lonely land that could be fruItful.-i-NeYork Evening annum from date of Mile until paid. Post. Bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment. The purchaser will Halloween. Halloween, or Allhiillow's Eve. Is bp given immediate possession. clearly a relic ofpagan times, for there LESLIE SI1ROUT, M. C. B. v C. Is nothing In the church observance of the ensult'g day of All Saints to have originated such oxtraordlnnry notions SALE COMMISSIONER'S as are connected In some places with XOTICE OF SALE the festhal, or such remarkable practices ns those by which It Is distinPlaintiffs, etc., guished. In many countries Hallow- Eliza Stone versus een Is the occasion for especially remembering the dend and visiting the Minnie Piersall, etc., Defendants. cemeteries and laying (lowers on the By virtue of a judgment and order graves of friends nnd relatives, hut In parts of Scotland and elsewhere the of sale of th Bath Circuit Court, night Is devoted to and -- endered at the February 'erin, therr. divination of the future. f, 1922. in the above styled action. I as Master Commissioner of High Finance. A lltle girl appeared at the door o( Court, will on a house out In Ilrookllue and said: MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922 "Please'm, I'm the luundress' little girl, en" mother says could you lend (same being the first day of the reg. her ten cents. She got to pay sonu ular term of the Bath county court) hills." ltoston Transcript. te, Lillie Hamilton, deceased, I will sell al her farm on Koso liun, on the Salt Lick pike, about three miles east of OwingsvilK administrator of the estate of Mrs. Saturday, at ten o'clock February . a. m. j 25T 1922 i the following property: One hhggy harness One milk cow Ono heifer One saddle About 50 hens Meat of two hogs ! '"uith-- -- - Household and kitchen furniture, everything needed for housekeeping. 4 stacks of timothy hay Lot of loose hay in the barn Three stacks of oats About 50 barrels of corn in crib About 50 shocks fodder One pony, cart and harness One buggy, good as new i I I Many other things too numerous mention. '7 LESLIE SHR0UTS Administrator. 16.17 li'.eviiis Hrs. 55 acres G.OO Amanda Carpenter, 2S acres G.23 Eliza Couch, 20 acres land S.25 W. H. Couch, 40 ncres 3.25 Mrs. Eliza Conley, 12 acres 9.79 Mis. Lucy Barber 16V; acres 3.71 Mrs. Lena Caldwell, nr, 2Ga 7.90 W. K. Penix, 1 town lot 2.S0 1 town lot Mary Boss, I). C. Rutherford, nr, 140 acres 13.33 .7.30 A. B. Ross, nr, 1 town lot Johnson Shrout, 129a, bal. due S1.45 S.04 Elizabeth e.vton, 50 acres 7.35 George Sueider, nr, 3 acres 11.04 J. R. Shrout, nr, " acres Wiir-ibattertield, Sr. nr, 25a 3.90 H. P. Shultz, 1 town lot, & 9a. S.10 7.02 James Gi.ggs, nr, 35 acres .Mrs. XeT io i.ood..i. . . '.own lot 5.70 11.90 Clay Haw S;2acn-7.97 Elias ITvrt, 1 town lot A. J. COMMISSIONER'S SALE BATH CIRCUIT COORT- K. M. Whitton, et al., e w Plaintiff.- t merry-makin- g s at the front door of the Court huse in Owingsville, s-- HURT ALL OVER rexas Lady CovJ&i't Sit, Stand of Lie With Any Comfort Says "Cardui Did World of Good." Mrs. TCannle Mes-seof Route 3, this place, states: "About three years ago I was In a very critical condition. I had been suffering for some timo. To tell how I hurt would be impossible. "I Just hurt all over. I couldn't sit, stand or lay with any comfort, my bade, sides and head aii gavo me a great deal of trouble. "I wns especially bothered with a light swimming In nivJiead. My people wero very uneasy auout me nnd sent me to my relatives to see If a change would do me any good. s and "I stopped at a ehe being a great believer In Cardui, I deasked me why I didn't use It. cided to try it . "I had only taken a few doses when I felt It would Co me good. This r, sister-in-law'. be-hei- Bartlett. Texas. -. .... l..fu A t ... .t i l W t .1 r -- rp' m ao j - :A .,. ! W .j. : f.a of g00 nd ,t dId me Just a sinco which me I have never ceised to pr&Ise Cardui " r C rdul is ficiplf female com- pjaiuts ana oniMt'y onus and ens of been found to bcne.'It l:i thous.ii such cases when not 'o ma.for nistion'or that do Uui niulic treatment. Try it. '-sL.-glcNC-13- 6 Bath county, Ky., highest bidder the followsell to the ing described parcel of hind in Bath ciunty, Ky., on the waters of Prickly Ash creek, bounded is follows: Beginning at a stone in Fleming's line, theme X S7-- i W 40.7 poles with Fleming's line to stake, thence S W G links from a large red o.u tree, ..' 1J poles to stake, thence S poles to st 'ke. thence S 433( I W 20 ''s to stone, ce S ;lieiu e S 25 F, 24 p.d-jto a stone then e S .".i H 17.70 poles to stone in Voti-liE 30 line, thence N 2!'-)- i poles to a '!aiK t.u'nut on ledge ,f 48 poles to rocks, then - .'.32 beginning, containing 15 acres. Sale will be made on a credit ol six months. Purchaser will be required to execute bond with good surety for the purchase price, pa; able lo the Master Commissioner and r a- beaming G it. ?ne ..iitll pai um frt..n date of sal Bonds to iiu e the force and effect of a judgment. The purchaser wit' he given immediate posession. LESLIE SIIKOUT, M. C. B. C. C. Mary Beacraft, 9 acres land 2.-1- 5 U. Conn, 42 acres Thomas Caldwell, nr, 52 acres Xaney E. Crouch, 8 acres Marion Canter, 50 acres J. M. Collivcr, Hrs. 23 acres, and 2 town lots Sarah Craig, 1 town lot George Dickerson, 1 town lot Hanford 14.23 33.40 2.05 17.52 1S.0G 8.83 9.51 s -- 9.2G Harrison Donaldson, 5G aeres 2.90 Mary Pettit, 15 acres 4.2 1 Amanda Sorrcll, 7 acres land 2.40 Louis A. Shrout Hrs. 12 acres 1.G1 Elizabeth Spence, nr, 2 s 2.0'J Thomas Satteriichl, nr 1 acre 10.24 Th niton Snelling, 4 acres W. II. Thomas, ISO, 18S & 93a 259.20 Ethel Thompson, nr, 1 town lot 2.45 Jerry Vnulandiiigham 25 acres 13.50 1S.21 J. M. Vice, Hrs. 175 acres 7.50 Joe F. Williams, 80 acres 40.S5 John Williams, 147 acres George W ''ums'Hrs. 53 acres 9.75 3.01 l. M. iVilliams, nr. S acres S.00 John Walton. 1 toi.n lot 5.32 .Martha Yarl-er3 at res a.-re, No. 4 Colored t'aia Fickliu, 1 acre No. 5 9.33 8.G3 Cole Jackson. L acres LSI) Moore, n . 2 town lots v - Xeal, 7; a 13.24 s & Lan Co. 027a 597.00 ' 'lyninia n. 5 Cciiiinued Louis A. Stall, Hrs. "J5 aeres 4.05 Job- - White. T" acres 12G.43 8.05 Johnie Wright, 13 acres Miss Xannie Whalcy, 3VC-- , 18a. 5.04 !o. 5 Colored 0.33 lames Barnes, !) acres G.G1 John Coyle, 1 tow.i lot Julia Cahnett, nr, 1 town lot 2.G0 29.59 lames Ewing, Jr., 35 acres 2.53 Chas. KeLso, nr, 12 aeres 0.95 Joi n K. Miller. 1 town lot 5.30 Jamo Peters. 1 town lot 7.95 George Peters, 1 town lot 7.04 Liza Rice, 1 town lot G.95 William Stewart, 1 town lot 4.G5 Amanda Wright, 1 town lot 6.32 Virginia Young, nr, town lot NO. 6 2S.02 John Donathan, Sr., 33Vja 19.SG Thomas Farrow, 15 acres 7.85 Mrs. Geor Fass.t 6a. 5.32 Mrs. Kai ivino l, 1 aere Mrs. Lizzie Sanford, Hrs.,nr a 5.32 2.32 :r..llie Picratt, 2 acres Ho. 6 Colored J. T. Xotic-of Sale versus Mary Gray, et al., Defendant By virtue of a judgment of a! in the above styled action at it: February term, 1922, I will at .'runt door of the Court House :a Owingsville, Bath county on f MOXDAY, JLRCII 13th, 1922 at about the hour ot one o cIock p. effer for sale the following real estate, situated in Bath county, Ky., on the waters of Licking river, containing 90 acres, known a the home farm of J. J. Whitton, deceased, bounded on the north by of George Gray, on the south by the lands of Cliff Hendrix and Clay Whitton, on the east by the lands of Jonathan Stephens and the house lot, on the west by the j school lands of Mr. W. H. Williams. Said land will be sold in two parcels, one parcel of 44 acres, adjoining 'the Mrs. W. II. Williams laad, the other parcel contains 46 S7-1acres, adjoining the Stephens land, and the school house lot, and then I oiler said 'laad as a whole and accept the bids which realize tht . 9G-1- "0 s J inijjf aio- -t money. Sale will he made on a credit of six months. The purchaser will be required to execute bond, with approved surety, to the undersigned as Master Commissioner, bearing six per cent, per annum from date of ale till paid, and having the force of a judgment. LESLIE SHROUT. 3L C. B. C. C. -- . S;-r- ., Thompson 1 town lot 10.75 la an acutt attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those subject to frequent "colds i" the a head" and tt. - lb- . bu. up the . CATAiUUt MEDIC 1 Syst m. cleanse t- z i ai.U render them lr"s liable to located atmay lead to tacks ot Acute C. Chronic C&tarrlu HALLS CATARIUI iiED CH E It internally and act through the lakr on Qlo.d the Mucors Surf cf t e reducing the Inn inrrr.lion and .estoring normal conditl---- ' All DniKKlsts. ClrcPlars ' t vMo. F. J. Cher "Cold !n the Head" .US us "