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Mrs. Reese Wells wag in Lexing21 Ci Rvron's. ton Monddyi Many farmers lire" making preparMalcolm McCoy wag in Slinrp-bur- g ations to sow tobacco beds; Siindriy; Fine lot of locust Fence arid Cor. ner posts. K. L. & A. T. BYROX. W. j. Jackson, Fleming county, visited friciids herte last week. David Wiliittirlsotl continues his htime on Slate avenue: 111 flt PERSONAL LYRIC THEATRE BURNS . On Tuesday morning about six o'clock smoke was seen issuing from Burley Association Pays Half Of Debt. Mrs. Lewis McCoy and son, James Lee were in Lexington Monday. Mrs. Oscar Conyers has returned Chas. ITornback and family are liouse vacnted by from a business trip to Cincinnati. movinfr into the Robt. Duff on Main street. Mrs, Kathcrine Rice Goodpaster is the guest of Mrs. Logan Shearer, In A C. Hendrix and wife are recup-- . Lexington. ing from an attack of influenza Mrs. J. J. Nesbitt left Tuesday to at their home on Main street. visit her daughter, Mrs. Wilson Stra. ' Wick Shields and wife are moving derf of Lexington. i to the farm known as the Ralls farm ' NJjelonging to Robert Shields, Sharpshurg. Mr. O. M. Morgan, of Carlisle, near visited his brother, E. W. Morgan and family Tuesday. Mrs. Coleman Elliott and children Get oar prices on coal, lumber- lime and cement before buying. Rig! prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CA left Friday morning to join Mr. Elliott at their new home near Louis ville. 'ST HI., Mrs. A. W. Walden will leave Unusul Happening Thursday for a month's visit with Green Dennis, of the Peeled Oak neighborhood, had a swarm of young mer sister. Mrs. T. J. Steele, in In fcees to lenve the hive on Feb. 21. dianapolis. "fiss Kathleen Palmer, who Ellis Reid, son of Dick Reid, and tends business college in Lexington, 'Miss Myrtle Snedegar, daughter of spent the week-en- d with her father. Thomas Snedegar were licensed to car Palmer. at- Saturdav. We have Prof. car-loa- d C. F. Martin has returned just received a 1 i m Addresses Bible Class Commonwealth's Attorney W. C. incsa college in Lexington spent ithe Hamilton, of ML Sterling, addressed week-en- d with his parents, Mr. and the Bible Class of the Christian Satuday's Specials, March II Church Sunday morning, concernMrs. lyde Young. $1.00 per s ing ways and means of increasing r Seven inch plate . Walden was in Lexing r. A. Teacup and Saucer $12.5 per set. and holding the interest ton Sunday to 6ee his sister, Mrs. attendance One day only. of the members. His address was Williamson, who is at the Good Sa E. L. & A. T. BYRON. .well received by a large audience. maritan hospital. For some time past thero has been Bath County's Assessment Raised a contest between the men's and Special orders taken for "Delic- has The State Tax Commission women's classes of the Christian Byron. ordered a raise on the assessed val- lous Sweets" by R. Sunday School as to which could . uation of Bath County property of V v muster the largest attendance. At Jiooen awemam ana wue, ot Urd- l u. the present time the mr, . f way, Colo.,' have returned to thoir Vantage. r,: iy f about, ten. uejThas aefceptcd a pfej farm on White Oak, to live after an V day there were 44 srem" rs a aol absence of years. .raveling salesman for . i class. Theontest .to. continue 4 lire o., ai,a me nounes . . Day in T 1 until Go to Sunday in tne contest run last week by Rubber o. lay when the side losing the con R. C Byron, the prize of 5 pounds of Chase and Sanborns Seal Brand test is due to have a banquet and .V FOR SALE invite the winners. Mr. Hamilton coffee was awarded to Prof. Timothy Hay. We have 20 to qaUd attention to the fact that the Martin. utons of baled timothy hay. friendly rivalry of the two classes WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. was conducive to the upbuilding of Arrest Moonshiners Deputy Sheriff Hadden, of Mont- the Bible School in that it brings out . Jacob Kincaid, whom we erronea large attendance and tends to esously stated last week as being ill gomery county went to serve a war tablish the habit of going to Sunday v '".i flu, had pneumonia, and is im- rant on Oscar Holliday, near Johnson School which is not only beneficial Station, charged with breach, of the proving rapidly. to the individual but is a fine example peace. When he went to find him to the younger folk of the communit,Tntni..s Calvert, si year old son where he was reported to be at work y(Kar I'Jvert, of near Sherburne in the woods, he found that Holliday and Floyd Mills were operating a died Sauirfay " membraneous croup Opposes Cut in Army' burie Sunday at the Beth- moonshine still and had four gallons and wa8 Gen. John J. Pershing has sought of mash. The still and mash were ' el cemetery. the aid of President Harding to predestroyed and the two men taken to vent Congress from carrying out its r-B rother was hostess, Mt. Sterling and placed in jail. I ifrs. E. announced intentions of cutting the 1 thu Woman's regular army to 115,000 men. GenMove To Lexington inlnb. After a short'bi nsmess session eral Pershing believes that the reguAfter having a sale of their prop lar army should not be cut lower short program of "Our Prominent 7 erty in the Forge Hill neighborhood than en of Letters," was given. 150,000 men. The army now Saturday, Douglas Rawlings and consists of about 137,000 men and Andy Coyle is moving to the Daw. wife moved to Lexington the first of 13,000 officers. Congressional prun-er- s json Tapp place at the foot of the the week. Mr. Rawlings is a disabled in line with the economy policy town hill on the ML Sterling pike, veteran of the World war and has beng pursued by the Appropriations r. Sorrelh, who is living there has been granted vocational training, Committee plan to cut from 4i the Hamilton farm on Flat ve which he expects to take up at once. to $75,000,000 from the arCreek He has the promise of a good posimy appropriations bill. tion, by some wealthy horse owners CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SPEC when he becomes proficient in the Pool Violators Face Suits IAL SALES DAYi handling of fine stock. Prosecution of growers who have Saturday, March 18th, 1922 sold tobacco belonging to the Burley - Detailed announcement in next is To Rebuild Garage Grower's Association and of ware ' a: Mie of fl Outlook. Watch for Preparations are being mode to housemen who have allowed or inbGrpt rebuild the garage of Palmer & duced 'growers to sell such tobacco fhomas on Oberlin avenue, recently I will be begun in a few days, was an- SOLE FACTS lestroyed by fire. The destroy. d ".'ia 'c-- - at the conclusion of a meet, We can sew on a sole or nail i autos, other machinery and rubbis' 'i of tho Board of Directors last '.' . fast, v being cleared away in ordtr i.L-k- . Tc prosecution of the warc- ' ' And do f. 4 d job and make it las Uo ascertain the amount of damage h iiisenicii will be carried on probably " ttiing wrong with what done to There " the concrete floor. The pro. as criminal cases under the provis we posed building is to be made" of con ions of the Bingham marketing law X Doubt not our statement, the work crete blocks with steel roof and laying n penalty of $500 on the proves it true. beams, and will be ns nearly fire- warehousemen for buying or permit ' ' C. L. ROYSE. proof as is possible to make a gar-ns- e. ting u sale where he had knowledge The wareroom belor Ana to that the grower was a member of Our Bus makes direct connections Byron Bros, destroyed at the same the Vssociation. with Owingsville Bus and now reach, time will also be replaced. es Paris in 'time for 8:0S fast train May Cut Cash From Bonus Bill to 'Ciuin 4. Our Bus leaves Mt. Prohibition Agents's Activities While elimination of the cash fea fpsburg at 10 d5 a. Sterling f Prohibition Agent Duff lust week ture was not actually decided upon, jn. and 0 1 in Paris you make captured a new still on the farm of yet the general understaning is that as for Georgetown direct conn Louisville, George Wilhoit on the waters of Up- the cash feature, if retained will be nejbyville, Frankfort, and Cynthiana. per Salt Lick Crec!: in Menif 'e conn, mode bo much less attractive than Millersburg, Carlisle ty. Wilhoit was arrested and brought the other features of the bill that FRED WECKFPLSR. 4t small demand hen On Tuesday of this vec't Mr. there will b( ty" """"' for it. Short IT c; 'all Luff and son CarroL Duff captured t 400 Jg liccn- - a moonshiners, ou'fit on tho farm of "-- o. To date c .. . Cussity will preach at Ponders near the Menifee line. The tsx lists ses have be. id. of such articles school house, Saturday and show that The ."utfit closer taken by the dogs were given in. At a nect-iti-g as fix. :e stand, n.sh tubs, malt, fur- March 18 and 19. Everybody 1,037 of tT ?cal Court Tuesday a nace jarley meal and other things dially invited to attend. :ic money taken in on tao i.'imerous too mention ull placed "Delicious- - Sweets" fresh, ey);ry w,s ued to pay claims una. - tarpaulin for protection f roiin 2t and hidden in a Iwlltjw, Friday at'K. C. Byron'si tho watlicr the best grade tobacco fertilizer iid are ready to fill and and all orders. WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. from a meeting of the National Ed ucational Association held at Chit a era the doors of the Lyric Theatre building and on investigation the whola roar end of the building was fouiyi to be nblitze. The chemical tanks and fire engine were soon in operation but not in time to srtve the building All being damaged beyond repair. of the scuts piano, interior woodwork, floor and everything in the building were charred to such an extent, that they cannot be made serviceable. The two projecting machines which were in the concrete booth were saved. The origin of the fire is unknown unless it be that some of the timbers near the stove caught fire from that sourc the night before, when a performance was held at the theatre, and had smouldered during the night and burst into flames the next morn. ng. That the fire caught near the tove is apparent as at this part of he building the ceiling and roof were burned through. Mr. Morgan, the owner of the theatre had $4,500 insurance on house and contents, which will not cover damage. He is undecided at present as to what he will do but will probably rebuild in the spring. This is the second time the Lyric theatre has been destroyed by fire, while under Mr. Morgan's ownrship. The first fire was in June 1020 when the Masonic Hall was de. slroyed. The theatre occupied the first floor of that building. The excellent financial condition of the Burley Tobacco Growers' Association is attested by the fact that the various banks including Farmers Bank and Owingsvillc Banking Company authorizes them to draw on tho Security Trust Co. for one-ha- lf amount of the notes held against tho Association. The loan, for approximately was made February 1st, in order to enable the Burley Association to make temporary advances to the growers on their crops. It is stated further that the Association expects to pay the rcmninder of tho notes in n short time and officers of the Association believe it will not be necessary to call on the banks, or the war Finance Corporation for further assistance in financing the present crop. Funds for the payment on the notes were derived from the sale of about G0,000,000 pounds of the Bar. ly Tobacco pool which brought between fifteen and twenty million dollars. This represents about half the pooled crop. Good Roads Is Key "Good roads is the key to prosperity," says Gov. Shoup, of Colorado in n speech before the Pike's The Famous PRIMROSE We have just received u new ship- ment of rugs. ir CREAM I SEPERAT0R P !fi WILTON VELVETS, AXMINSTERS, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY. tfi tfi needs no introduction, v j. i to skim . Befow are quoted a lew of the ex- m tfi milk per hour and 41 to give ceptional bargains: Wilton Velvet, Seamless Fringed S36.00 m $28.50 ENTIRE SATISFACTION I Axminster 9x12 H ghspire Tapestry 9x12 Prado Brussels 9x12 $14.00 $18.00 Price and Quality Right m 15 (MEMBER) ml V 5r . 4V$ X E.L.&A.T.BYRCI THE WINCHESTER STORE if m I Owingsville, Ky. Inct irnAl Peak, Ocean to Ocean Highway Association." He said further, "The United States is paying a penalty of more than $504,000,000 per year in excessive cost for transportation of agricultural products from farm to market alone. There are thirty million children in the country who should be attending school but of this number only 18,000,000 get there. The building of 50,000 miles of national highway will pruvtlTn steady employment for all idle 'erpnlnyed . and will add to the I'h .! not less than $300,000, avo annually in wear and teai hide not less thnn $500,000,00t It induce people to stay at heme u 1 .1 "see America first" thus home, Jly, th 1 SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUT ft Phone 49 V (MEMBER) rn j V JiH . njj You get all theV cream De Laval wifcli a "A A A Not every separator is designed so that it will get all ths cream. 3 ti there b one machine that can cvays be depended clean upon to skira the De Laval. Gra thl '1Mi. - A gets 'mors i..ru' from u.c iiNLjtwUroU? Gets longer sirvice Da Laval -- Vuiaciiice, ' Tv.r t t T T T Y -- f f t For breakfast fortifying - 1 jof z Sterling's k -i Project A . nber of tho Sterl'ug are behinf' 31 ' u . cure for their to .id will adequately m ihe ne the community. Their plan issue common stock only, to I at $100 a share, payment fo is to be made at convenient y. Thero will bejio bonded or morij. ed indebetedness. The sito has not been definitely settled or the amount necessary to be raised. A special board of the company will employ nn experienced hotel manager on a salary. It is the belief of the com pany that after operations begin the coinpany wih be able to pay a divi-dend of six per cent. . . A " vvashhg it. YTunt.lai and rpends less tJpdnung and Ask any of them. 701 ltlo ? -t- o-- ut Laval Duller lias vor. at every - - of I1: le'l i? ?zt l?B T nn- - c uUti, 7 J, R. BROTHER & CO. YYY Y Y f t Y Y Y Y Y clarifying, satisfying because its. unvarying goodness always goes to the right spot. Y 1 CHASE & SAMBORN'S f Y :t ,.. "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE For Sale By R. C, BYRQN. JUST RECEIVED We haVe just received ti carload of Northern white seed Oats, T Y-- Y I Y Y Saturday's Specials 3 Boxes CuTuNo Oats G Governor Engages In Fist Fight. $50,-000,0- Governor Robertson and Jus. G. Lyons, an oil man engage in a fist fight in the. office of County Attorney James Hepburn at Okmulgee, Oklahoma. About a half dozen blows were exchanged before they were separated by bystanders. The trouble arose over the Grand Jury investigation of the defunct bank of Commerce of that City. Dr. I. Owingsville Produce Co. f For 2oc Bars Clean Easy Soap for 25c. Vv (MEMBER) 'J -- IA SEED stock. 1 POTATOES J. Spencer Dies r Dr. I. J. Spencer, pastor of the Central Christian Church, Lexington, for twenty-seve- n years, and pastor emeritus, since last Jan. 1, died last week nt the Methodist hospital in Peorja, I1L, where he had been ill since Sunday, Feb. 19. Dr. Spencer is well known here where Jio has held protracted meetings on more than one occassion. Thieves Steal Electric Plant Thieves entered a building in the rear of John C. McDaniel's residence at North Middletown, Thursday and after breaking the lock on the door entered the building and made away with a Delco Lignt plant valued at $G00. These potatoes are also good eating Eating Potatoes Early Triumphs Irish Cobbler Late Varieties $1.00 til Itobacc oi - g to $1.50 bu. $2.50 $2.00 1.50 Owing to the uncertain condi:ions in regard p Sfl- to the 1922 tobacco crop neither the wholesaler p nor the retailer has an oversu ?ply of tobacco jxj scarcity later ffi !fi canvas. Therefore we predic in the season. For uiis reas. we urge our Si customers to supply their wants early. S ffi . 5 MEMBER rn la W. YOUNG Owingsville, Ky. Lawrence Crouch, of Flat Creek, and Miss Mnry Dragoo, of Stoops, were married Feb. 2S at the residence of Rev. W. M. Triplett, Howard's Mill. They will go housekeeping at the homo of tl. S h National 4 - 4 5 ITw A A 4. l-- 2c .4c 3 ffi Prices are cash and subject to change without g notice. Additional If; local items last page. ted A. W. Bitlcr is ill at his home on The motto of every man who has the best interests for his 'home nt Coyle street Mr. Butler first had the heart nbnnM Jm "Our first, flu from wlich he recovered but has others last, all for one and one for sinco been troubled with rheumatism. Dr. Hui Aged Shale.. Critically 111 groom on Flat Creek. all." many Wco us I ScnJtiiced jo S s R '"ucBtory Dr. Wm. F. Pennebr ei, fpr ' ' . Colony, at ' V Sia Board of Supervisors to Meet", years head of th Tho State Tax Conmii.won r.v i i 'd last week KimliVjl ..rrodshnrp, 13 c ;'.. -J Shaktown, neai killinthe taxes of Fleming county Duiley at Salt The Board of Supcrv of T!ror Vritieallv ill nt his .io thero am1 000 o 'er the assessment of to :i i ! of Bath county w il j Lick v.is s.j icd Saturday iHowdl, ii bis Attle h"D2 is he' Count . 11 Tax Commissi- serve f- lr .urt House next Momm hJfSt "H- , ero -- o 1 He Ik 90 rear. utory. rryr't-ii,,.hi boaril Ls compo- .IS. sample bing the John Walz Ur it. f' ving: W. A. Sharp, j.. ot Jiis light 'dr Lie! ih tho ft, ais I u.,1- ji tl'tj -v. o. 1: i:.. i . f1 nt Hingog XV. IT. t . . 11 I LACY UP8NS & GO. iitl Work took the oath of tmastcr General of the i on ITareh 4th. ; -- I:f.en-- " -- v Ches- - . -- J JJltS . u.t. J fi 1 -- T. "Pu-Jni- r 4 Z' " - ' v - r. ' 1- - ' Y"I - s iiirtt " " I OWINGVILLE OUTLOOK, it OWINGSVILLE. KY. tirmi 10 line" YOUNG GIRLS NE ED CARE Mothers, watch your Daughters' Health lima a Rirl roaches the of twelve until womanhood is established, she needs all ti e care a uiougnuui mother can giv The condition that tiio pirl is thon passing through is so cri tica!, and may have such effects upon her future happiness and health, that It is almost criminal for a mother or guardian to withhold counsel or advice. Many a woman has suffered years or prolonged pain and misery through having been the victim of thoughtlessness or ignorance on the part of those who should have guided her through the dangers and difficulties g on liberal r rom uie ge Health Is Happiness sister and sister-in-latake it nnd have only the highest praise for it. It has been a household word in my mother's house for years." Mrs. KATHEUYN Lynd, 2431 Gladys Ave., Chicago, III. A Little Book Helped Her to Decide Milwaukee, Wis. "My daughter took Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound as she was so weak and did not feel like going to school. She was like that for a whole year before taking your Vegetable Compound. I found a little book of yours in our mail-boand decided to give her your medicine. She is now strong and well and attends school every day. We recommend your Vegetable Compound to all mothers with weak daughters. You mav use this letter as a testimonial. 'Mrs. E. Kluczny. 917 20th Ave.. Milwaukee. Wis. "I was always feeling tired and sleepy, was losing in weight and would faint at times. I had other troubles too, that made me feel badly. I read your little books and heard friends talk about the good Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had done them, so I have taken it too. The results are mostsatisfactory.for I have gained in weight and my bad symptoms are gone. I recommend your Vegetable Compound to all my friends and you may make whatever x lie has not found the treasure. He has not found the slightest clue to Its present whereabouts. Sir. Ttihh, n the contrary, has found a clue. It is a clue of the first Iniportanre. It Is equivalent almost to the actual discov ery of the chest. Therefore let .Mr. Shaw, convinced I am sure by this calm presentation of thy matter of the Justice of such n course, resign his claim to n fourth of the treasure In favor of Sir. I lit ml on II. Tubbs. and agreo to reeehe Instead the former allotment of Mr. Tubbs, namely, 1 me treasure. S1B mi t that beset this period Mothers should teach their girls what danger comes from standing around with cold or wet feet, from lifting heavy articles, and from overworking. Do not let them .complain of headache, pains in the back and lower limbs, they need a mother's thoughtful care and t'y over-stud- sympathy. AHouienoId Word inMciLsr Home writes Mrs. Lynd. about Lydia E. PmVham'a Vegetable Compound. ''My mother gave me Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound when Iras 14 vears old for troubles girls often hate and for loss of weight. Then after I married I took the Vegetable Commrmri hofnr each child was born and always when . I felt the least Both my useyoulikeof this letter." Gloria Ramirez, 1116 Oth Ave., Tampa, 1'iuriuiu Text-Boo- tiwm&m Ji, &iri.dJ? SThi k upon "Ailment. ,Pr,vnt frcc "Pn ,nk Yttl b?rSCit,TOU Co., Lynn, request. Writ ' flledlclno F.1 valuable Mnssachnsctt. information. HORSES COUGUIXG7 USE Spohn's Distemper Compound to break It up and them back In condition. Twenty-elrh- t years' tM hu male. -- SPOHN'S" Indispensable In and Colds. Influents end Distemper with their resulting; complication, and all diseases of the throat none and limns. Acta marrelouely a preventive; acta equally well aa cur. ( cents and It. SO prr bottle. At all druc stores. SroIIX MEDICAL COMrANT GOSIIEV, INDIANA I Warranted Loquacity. Kind Intervention. "That llttlo fellow does not seem to A Pittsburgh man broke his leg chas-bvery talkative," commented the p!c- - lng n skunk. Providence sometimes enlarger. ploys harsh methods to protect humans "Well, no; not as a gener'l rule," ro- - fmm the result of their folly. Uoston plied Gap Johnson of Rumpus Itldge. Transcript. Ark. "But he can talk all right when he a got anything to say. F"r Instance, he slipped and set down In n kittle of hot water tuther day. nnil fairly treatlne-Conchcm-tnr- e THE MAN WHO plioned the surrounding atmosphere with his remarks." Kansas City Star. LOOKS VIGOROUS Sure Relief ffOR INDIGESTION Hot wafer Sure Relief 25$ and 754 Packages. Everywhere 6 Bell-an-s Good red blood is the only sure foundation of Permanent Health and Vigor. Good color, bright eyes, solid flesh, erect bearing are dependent upon rich red blood. If your blood Is njt up to the mark your general health enn not be. Late hours, eating the wrong foods, D ELL-AN-S Cuticura SSoap The New Way S Shave With ' I Rats in the Cellar, Mice In the Pantry. working Indoors, fatigue, affect the blood. So many people eat well and take exercise, yet never seem to Improve In health. Gude's taken regularly for a while gives the blood that richness and redness Mint produces bounding healthy and vigor. It Is a simple, natural way to get well nnd strong. Gude's comes In liquid or tablets at your Pepto-Mangan Pepto-Mangan druggist's. Advertisement A Conflict. Cockroaches in "Will you promise me never to gamble?" "till ron'f . t n t.n MH..n.1V. Vhat can be more disagreeable than a t ,,,) home Infested with pests I Destroy them Juugc. with Steams' Electric Paste, the standard MOTHER! CLEAN years. exterminator tor mote than Kill rats, mice, cockroaches, waterbugs or ants in a single night Docs not blow CHILD'S BOWELS WITH sway like powders; ready for use better than traps. Directions in 15 languages in CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP every box. Order from your dealer. 2ccske35c 15 size $L50. the Kitchen ii JfrJiEllQfjgS Asthma Remedy Ifllnrflmnt FAtlnfeif Jlothmn nnrt Hay Fever. Aefc your druggist for IL 25 oema and one dollar Write for SAMPLE. NorthrOp&LymanCo.,tnC.,BuffalO,N.Y. fop - Irlah Brarney. reader reports the following neat compliment paid to her by her Irish gardener. Having called him in to the house to give him some Instructions, she saw htm looking at a photograph on the center table. "Tes, It's mine," she said, "but I fear It flatters me a little." "Schure," replied Mie gallant Patrick, "It would have to flatter ye a great deal to look as well as ye do In my eyes, mum." Boston Transcript. A lady Even a sick child loves the "fruity" taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the little tongue is coated, or If your child Is listless, cross, feverish, full pt cold, or has colic, give a tenspoonful to cleanse the liver and bowels. In a few hours you can see for yourself how thoroughly It works all the constipation poison, sour bile and waste out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. , Millions of mothers keep "California Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea- POIui iny avcs a sick child morrow. Ask your druggist for genu- ne "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of oil ages printed on bottle. Mother I must say "California" or you may get an Imitation tig syrup. Advertise. went. According to Her Cookbook.' Mrs. Youngurlde Mercy I That pie Is burning and I can't take It out for ten minutes yett 79 Cuticura Soap for the Complexion. NoMiIng better than Cuticura Soap dally and Ointment new and then as needed to make the complexion clear, scalp clean nnd hands soft and white. Says Uncle Eben. Add to this the fascinating, fragrant "D tendency of de. world," said Cuticura Talcum, and you have the Oncle Eben, "is to improve. But same as in Aunt Jinny's housekeeping de Cuticura Toilet Improvement can't go on wlfout de If a man bakes Item, he calls then whole place fceomln kind o' tore up flapjacks. It Is the flap that lends Inonce In a while." terest to the work. Trlo.-dvertlse- 7 mm WARNING ! j SPIRIN Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Headache Neuralgia " r Having offered this remarkable sug geslion, Mls.s Ilrowne folded her nrms and waited for It m bear fruit. It did In the enthusiastic response of Mr. Tubbs. "Well, well!" he exclaimed. "To think of our tnkln' old II. II. that litem.! O' course, bavin' COPYISIG-Hformed my habits In the financial cenBOBBS-MERaiCOMPANY ters of the country, I named a still (CHAPTER XIII. Continued.) hi, nnd was fanning himself with price at first a stiff price. I won't 16 his helmet. From time to time he deny. Hut that's Jest the leetle wnj Long ago Mr. Shaw Iind left the liiitiiined. 111 a manner ilelerniinedly of a man used fi handlln' large af Held to Violet anil with n curt shrug gay. Hoveer lie might disguise It fairsnothing else to It, I do assure hud turned his Iwrk nnd slo.nl look- from himself, this time Mr. Tubbs hari you. The Old .Man himself used to ing out over the cove. Mrokins his overshot his mark. The truth was, say. '1 here's old II. II. you'd think chin reflectively. Miss Itrowne's elo- since our nrrhnl on the Island Mr. he'd eat the paint off n house, he'll quence had risen to amazing flights, Tubbs had felt himself the spoiled show up that graspfn' in a deal. And nnd she already had Mr. TuMis inex- child of fortune. Aunt .Jane and SIlss nil the time It's Jest love of the game. tricably mixed with Ananias and lllgglesby-Brownwere the Joint com- Let him know he'.i ciln' to win out. Sapplilrn, uhen the .Siotehmaii broke manders of the expedition, and he com- and bless you, old II. II. will swing In uon her rulhlesly. manded them. The Scotchman's the- right round and fair force the profits "Friends," he said, "so fur as I can oretical rank as leader hud Involved on the other party. II. H. Is slicker we have been put n good bit ahead merely the acceptance of all the re- than soap to handle. If only you handle by this morning's work. First, we sponsibility and blame, while authority hlin right." Can I say without hard know the grave which should be our rested with the petticoat government feelln's that Jest now II. U. was not landmark has not been entirely oblit- dominated by tl bland and wily handled right? Instead o' ti.iii" Joshed erated by the Jungle, as I had thought Tubbs. with, ns he looked for, he win took up most likely. Second, we know that But now, fared with the failure of short, and even them which fie might It Is on this side of the Island, for bis coup d'etat, Mr. Tubbs' situation have expected to show conliil-nc- e" the reason that this chap Tulibs hasn't was, to say the least, awkward. He here Mr. Tubbs cast n repnuehfiil nerve to go much beyond sftoutlng dis- had risked all and lost it. But be eye at Aunt Jane "run off with the tance by himself. Third, as Tubbs maintained an air of jaunty notion that te meant Jest what be has tried this hold up business, I beslightly tinged with Irony. It said. All he'd done for this expedilieve we should consider the agree- was all very well, he seemed to Im- tion, his loyalty nnd faith to same, ment by which he was to receive ply, for us to'try to get along without was forgotten, and he was trnught of sixteenth share null and void, nnd de- II. II. We would discover the Impos- ns a and Voruclou? Shark !" cide here and now that he gels noth- sibility of It soon enough. pain The of these recollection ing whatever. Fourth, the boat Is Aunt Jane, drooping, had been led (lammed the. torrent of Mr. Tubbs' now pretty well to rights, and 11s .soon away to the cabin by Miss Hlgglesby-Browiispeech. as we hnve n snack Bert anil Magnus You now heard the voice Oh, .Mr. Tubbs!" breathed Aunt and I will set out. In twice as good of Violet In exhortation, mingled with .Inne, and of course n heart as before, having had the story Aunt Jane's sobs. I seemed to sec tear trickled gently down her nose, Mint brought us here confirmed for that nn ear of Mr. Tubbs was cocked following the path of many previous the first time. So Tubbs nnd his attentively '11 that direction. He had tears which had already left their satombstone can go to thunder." indeed erred In the very wnntonness line traces. "I can, can I?" cried Mr. Tubbs. of triumph, for a single glance would Mr. Tubbs managed In sClne Impos "Say, are you n human Iceberg, to talk have kept Aunt Jane loyal nnd prodi- sible fashion to roll one tenderly that cool before u man's own face? gal of excuses for him In the face of at Aunt .rirrfi while keeping the other Say, I'll " an treachery. Not even Violet could fastened Mircwdly on the remainder of his audience. But Cuthbert Vance broke In. have clapped the lid on the 'Miss Hlgglesby-Hrown- e and Miss "Throe rousing cheers, old boy!" he font of sentiment in Aunt Jane's heart. cried to the Scotchman enthusiastic- Only the cold contemning eye of II. H. June Harding, ' he resumed. "I accept. ally. "Always did think that ehnp himself had congenled that tepid How. It would astonish them nn has only known II. II. on his financial side to The morning wore on with a frightful bounder, don't you know? boat, nnd as nothing hap- see him agree to a reduction of prof We'll stnnd by old Shaw, won't we, Magnus?" Which comradely outbreak pened I began to And my watchful its like Jlils without n klch. But I'm waiting dull. Crusoe, worn out per- a man of Impulse, I am. Get me on haps by some private nocturnal pig my soft side and a kitten ain't more huht, slept heavily where the drip of Impulsive than old II. II. And o' the spring over the brim of old course the business of this expedition Helntz's kettle cooled the air. I be- nln t Jest business to me. It's er gan to consider whether It would not friendship, and er senriment In be well to take a walk with Cuthbert short, there's feelln's that Is more Vane and discover the tombstone all than worth their weight In R)ld!" At tficre significant words the agita lover again. 1 knew nothing, of course, of Mr. Tubb's drastic measures with tion of Aunt Jane was extreme. Wni j the celebrated landmark. As to Cutli- - It possible that Mr. Tubbs was declor bert's Interrupted courtship. 1 depend-'e- lng himself In the presence of others and was n response demanded from 011 the vast excitement of discovering the cave to distract his mind herself would his sensitive nature, so (fiom It. For that was the Idea, of lately wounded by cruel suspicion, hi' course Cuthbert Vane nnd I would terprft her silence as fatal to his But while she struggled be-explore the cave, and then whenever hope-- ? I liked I could prick the bubble of Mr. tweei maiden shyness and the fear Tubbs" ambitious, without relating the. of cashing Mr. Tubbs, the conversa Vlllilte slmilir. storv of thi tllnrv nnf. tion iad swept on. ...TTna-rr-;!nt- iii Miss itruwne, ytrti nut "e the cave drew mt have heard Mr. Tubbs, In the Interest magnel. I jealously desired tf, of the expedition, liberally consent to like be the first to see It, to snatch frori reduce his claim by Doubt Mr. Tubbs the honor of discovery. An' J" les1 If only in a spirit of emulation. I wanted to know about poor Peter-r-'- J you wljl attempt to match this con and the doubloons that he hud gone kl X ny canceling our present agrees hack to fetch. meiit and consenting to another cred But already Captain Magnus had f.llng you with the former sixteenth forsaken the post of duty and depart rhare of Mr. Tubbs." ed on an unknown errand. Could I ask . "Don't do It, Shaw hold the fort, Cuthbert Vane to do it, too? And old boy!" broke in Cuthbert Vane. "1 then I smiled a smile that was half say. Miss Browne, this is a bally "Tubbs and His Tombstone Can Go proud. I might ask hlin but he would shame to Thunder!" JIIss Browne had always treated tho refuse me. In Ciithbert's simple code. showed the excess of the beautiful certain things were "done," certain prospective Lord Grasniere with dls ' youth's emotions, for usually he others not. Among the nots wus to tlnguishcd politeness. Even now her fall In standing by a friend. And just air was mild, though lofty. turned a large cold shoulder on the "Mr. nne, she replied, "n a memcaptain, thougn managing in soim' now Cuthbert was stnndlng by Dugaid mysterious manner to lie perfectly Shaw. Therefore nods and liecks and ber of the British aristocracy, it Is civil all the time. Perhaps you have wrentlrttl smiles were vain. In Ciith not to be supposed that you would thick view financial matters with the samo to be born at High Staunton manor bert's quiet, cr Its equivalent to possess the art of headed way lie could turn his back eye ns those of us of the Middle relegating people to Immense dis- calmly on the face of love and follow Classes, who, unhappily perhaps for tances without seeming to administer the harsh call of duty even to death. our liner feelings, have been obliged it would not occur to him not to. to experience I lie harsh contacts of even the gentlest shove. But unfortunately the effort of the Anil he never would suspect himself common life. Your devotion to Mr, Honorable Ciithbert's cordiality was of being 11 hrro that would be quite Shaw has n romantic ardor which I cannot hut admire. But permit us nlso lost, so far ns the object of it was I he nicest part of It. And yet I Knew poor Cuthbert was our enthusiasm for the persplcacitj concerned, because of the surprising an anachro- of Mr. Tubbs, to which we owe lb 9 fact, only now remarked by any one, nn exploded that Captain Maguus had disappeared. nism, part of a vanishing order of wealth now within our grasp." things, and that the. Ideal which wiis (TO BE CONTINUED.) replacing him was n boiler-platemon CHAPTER XIV. How Camel Got His Harelip. ster with clockwork heart and brain, In "The Women of Egypt" Mrs. nnmed Klllclfncy. And that Cuthbert Some Secret Diplomacy. cooper, tne author, says The evmiishment of Captain Mag-mi- must go, along with his Jacobean ma- r.nznnetn nor, nnd lite family ghost, nnd the that when she decided to ride a camel though ipilto unlooked for at so the critical a moment, was too much in oaks In the park, and everything else and he wns brought towith dour she him, and keeping with his eccentric and unsocial that couldn't prove Its right to live tried to make friends ways to arouse much comment. Every- except by being fine and lovely and continues: "I walked around him and examined body looked about with mild ejacula- full of garnered sweetness of the him closely. He smiled at me with tions of surprlso, nnd then forgot past At this point In my meditations the his hnrellp, which. If tales are true, about the matter. legitimately. When Allah Whistling a Scotch tune, Dugaid door of the cabin opened nnd Miss he obtained Browne. came out, looking sternly res- created the first camel he was lonely Shaw set to work again on the boat. went around moaning and groan, In the face of difficulty or opposition olute. Aunt Jane followed, very pluk and eyes and With a lng over his fate. It was then that he always grew more brisk and cheer- about the gesture noe. commanding Miss Browne sig- the sour, dissatisfied look came 10 tils ful. I used to wonder whether In the rest Mr. Tubbs face that Is n distinguishing mark of event of a tornado he would not warm naled the up to approach. camels. Allah becamo sorry for bounced with, alacrity. Into positive geniality. Perhaps It nnd Cuthbert obeyed less Mr., Shaw all promptly, htm, seeing what a fine disposition would not have needed a tornado. If but they obeyed. Meanwhile Violet was being ruined, so he sent a genie I had not begun by suspecting him waited, looking implacable as fate. to tell him that a spouse was being of conspiring against Aunt Jane's "And where Is Captain Magnus?" created for him. The news delighted pocket, or If the Trluriivlrate, Inshe demanded, glancing about her. the lonely camel so Intensely that he spired by Mr. Tubbs, had jiot sat In But no one knew what had become smiled and smiled until he split his gloomy Judgment on his every move- of Captain Magnus. lip, and It has remained thus ever ment. Or If he hadn't been reproached As for myself, I continued to sit In since." so for saving, me from the cave, the shade and tat. But I could hear of leaving It to Cuthbert Vane-- nut with ease all that was said. Story. now under the stimulus ' of "Mr. Tubbs," began Miss Browne, Do you know which Is the oldest speaking his mind about Mr. Tubbs "your recent claims have been matter work of fiction? whistled ns the Scotchman he of prolonged consideration between It Is the "Tale of Two Brothtrs," worked, and slapped the noble youth JIIss Harding and myself. U'e feci written over three thousand years ago affectionately on the back when he we cannot but feel that there was n by the librarian to King Mcrenptah, came nnd got In the way with anxious harshness In your announcement of the supposed Pharaoh of the Exodus. Industry. them, an apparent coneenirntlon of The story was written for the As I wnntcd to observe develop- your own Interests, III hefltttig n mem amusement of the king's son, who nf- a very necessary thing when ber of this expedition. ments Alto, that Iti tfrward reigned ns Setl the Second. playing Providence you arc chose actual substance, they wen excessive. He has signed his Mime In two places n central position In the simile and .Mil mm, Mr. luons; 011, nr. not uairi on the manuscript, nnd tl.eso ure probpulled out some very smudgy tatting, But Miss Hirding and ably the only surviving autographs cf a sort of Penelope's web which there myself, as the joint heads if the Hard a king nf Egypt. was no prospect of my ever completexpedition, are Inclined. The "Tale of Two Brothers" Is writing, but which served admirably to to think no more than tiie reward ten on nineteen sheets of papyrus In a give me an appearance of occupation which Is your due. We surgest. there- bold hlcrntlc hand. It wns purchased at critical moments. fore, a simple way out f the diff- In 1S57 by tho British museum from s Mr. O'ubbs nlso had sought a shady iculty. Mr. Dugaid Shaw ivas engaged Mmc. d'Orblney. icfuirsii rTHE -- Camilla LL Beautiful walls! 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"Is the fellow that told me this regarded as n truthful man?" he asked r neigh"Waal," replied the bor and best friend of the man In question. "I nln't snyln' he ain't altogether truthful, but I kin say that what happened t Ananias an ain't never affected him a bit." American Legion Weekly. next-doo?ap-phl- llAnV CHICKS OP QUALITY I leadlnc Tart, etlea. Price lie to lie. Circulars frsa. Blue Mound Hatchery. Mllltown, Indiana. few hours! few days; resulatee the liver, kidneys, stomach and heart; purifies the blood, strengthen tb entire system. Writm for Fnm Trial 7efwaiit. CCUUM OBCPST B EH EDI CO, Dipt. C 0. 1TUTU, Si DROPSY WEEK FREE brtathlni la Short lieved re- TREATED ONE swelling? reduced In a WALTER BAKER & GO. LTD. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. Booktet Workers and Dirty Windows. Knglish tests showed that factory bands gained from 3 to 15 per cent in efficiency after the factory windows had been cleaned. Scientific American. 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Then It was known as Denyse's last half century by officers who have nward the prlie. He said tfiat Sir Ferry. After the disastrous battle of won fame in a hundred fields In de- McKenna's sword was an "overloaded Long Island in 1770. a fort wns built. fense of their country". pistol which, being hung up It. . tight corner lest It should burst. prrended Efforts to find the cornerstone laid In Scrambled Metaphors. 3825 were not successful. "Stonewnll" to be dead until It got np and trotted A political speaker said thot "the home on the friendly back of tl bishJackson wns baptized at the little church, now St John's, and one of the present government has sown a har op of St. Asaph." Boston Transcript r' It's the after effect of experience that count". W. N. U, CINCINNATI, NO. FORT HAMILTON 1 CROSS cross from Its concealment and give It to her, together with other crosses In Story Goes That the Empress Helena their possession. Its Identity was esWas Responsible for Its Recov. tablished by a miracle: The body of a ery From th Jews. dead man was placed on each of the crosses, and when it touched the true Through the zeal of the Empress one the dead man Immediately came Helena, mother of Constantlne the to life. Many pilgrims traveling to Great, was discovered the cross on Jerusalem received pieces of the true which the Savior was crucified, and cross, and the question was raised as the date Is given as May 3. The to the possibility of supplying thouPtory usually told is to the effect that sands with those fragments without tho empress went to Jerusalem and entirely carrying away the cross. It there compelled the Jews to bring the was therefore said that the true cross DISCOVERY OF HOLY had the power of reproducing Itself. On the capture of Jerusalem in 614. the cross we are told, was carried Into Persia, where It remained nntll restored by Ileracllus, which event Is commemorated in September and Is usually called Holyrood day. The four nails were distributed so that two were placed In the imperial crown, one brought to France, and another thrown Into the Adriatic to quiet Its. turbulence. Forget the faults ef other Deonla Unless you see the name "Bayer"- - on tablets, you are no't getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for : : ' : T - Rheumatism VNeuritis ?ain, Paitw 1 V. - , X5L9Z& whif The Original Feminine. also depress the lower Jar to Its greatAdam came wnlklng up the path est extent, contract n nwiber of mus-cle- s pet dlnosnunis. "Hubby," in the neck, shnuldtrs and trunk, with his wistfully "shinny up that said Eve. widely open the molt close the e amount or eirort we make in gold and purple get me tree feel noise In th fs nnd ,have n leaf and the top the lng Is surprising. Dr. C. Mayer. bough." "Eve, fot on I satisfaction. feeling of pleasuref writing In the Lancet, flays theic are sake, away up there? , jSgfnd the heaven's ant! break my" "Never Why, three stages, nnd the whole process We stretch the'nrm-Fd fall mind tomplex lasts, for about six seconds. In that trunk. Altogether itid thnt, Adam, you shinny! I'm going the cbest, lower the performance. over to Nod, to u card 'inrty this afterJntgin, elevn the wings of the noon and I've got to show some class Vs and the soft palate, drai stuck-uhensl" And Eben, to that bunch of and backw. so, setting f upwards gloVws- -t Adam took the example for nil time, rlma a elm nee nnd shlnnied np. tIllchmond uit, n uc vocai oi Exertion in Yawning WAS INAUGURATED Washington eye-lid- .,f .t Oath of In the Commercial Heart of the Country. To Of-fi- f i p f All presidential Inaugurations have not taken place la Washington. The first ot all, when the Father of Ills Country took the oath of oflice, was In New York. Washington wns conveyed across the Hudson In a barge, nnd we retold wns "received with acclama- - TUncs-DIspatc- the most public manner" Vice President Adams conducted General n to tlons." He stayed at the residence of Livingstonethe outer gallery. Chancellor administered th oath. Governor Clinton, nnd on the morning i of Inauguration day a carriage called Put Honesty Above All. for him. He seated himself In the I hope I shall always possess firmconveyance, being accompanied by ness and virtue enough to maintain Colonel Humphries, his what I consider the most enviable of and Tobias Lear, his private secre- all titles, the character ol an honest tary. He was escorted to Federal hall man. George Washington. by a clvlp procession and a body of regular troops. "To the end that the Luxury Isn't worth while, but a din oath of oflice may be administered in Into it now and then b interesting. Wash-Ingto- AT NEW YORK " s. " v 9 St&f - OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, AID FOR MERCHANT MARINE IS URGED PRESIDENT HARDING PRESENTS CONCRETE PLAN TO KEEP FLEET AFLOAT OWINGSVILLF. K .'. Pawtucket Valley Strikers Attack Drivers of Trucks NEWS CULLINGS rom Henderson. On iulslllc Mrs. Minnie Fecht, 51 ears old. whoe skull was fractured poHi e say, by her son, Joseph. 21 years old, who. It is alleged, beat her with n hatchet while she lay asleep, died after surviving the Injuries several days. lioulsville In Judge Gordon's court a Jury awarded Fred Relgel a verdict of $25. He sued Samuel Stitz and Will Sbeehan for $105.25. alleging that Stltz's automobile, driven by Sheehan, ran into and damaged his car on October 31 on Portland avenue. CANADIAN MINERS MAY JOIN STRIKE WITH AMERICAN WORKERS APRIL, ASSERTS OFFICIAL FOLLOWING PEACE CON FERENCE IN Kentucky in ob- 112 Pounds A Short Time Ago I Weighed Only 80 Pounds I Now Weigh and Customs Levy Would Supply Ship Subsidy Other Provisions For Uphold-inAmerica's Pride On Sevei Seas Naval Reserve Is Provided. Washington. Solution of the American merchant marine problem wns put squarely up to Congress by President Harding, when he appeared heforc a 3oint session of tlie Senate and House of Hepresentatlves with a message setting forth In detail a concrete plan tor the rehabilitation and maintenance murine of an adequate merchant through Government aid. The Administration plan baset' upon comprehensive Study of the subject by members of the United States Shipping Board and other maritime experts A mob of striking textile workers In Pawtucket Vnlley. It I. gathered In the railroad ynrds. This photograph was with the restoration of American commercial supremacy on the taken shortly afier the strikers stormed the drUers of trnrt.s. retiring cotton to the mills. high seas, contemplates the return to rrirate Interests of the gigantic fleet CASH BONUS SIDETRACKED of United States merchant ships built REFUGEES KILLED COMPROMISE PLAN iurlnit the World War under conditions Plan Would Provide Insur- Substitute which will insure to them a reasonable BY THOUSANDS FOR BONUS FAVORED anco And Postpone Levy Three return ira their Investment In essentials It diners slightly. If any, from Years forecasts of the last few days provid- WHILE IRON FROM FLEEING CASH PAYMENTS LIMITED TO $50 Washington. Republican members ing both fur direct subsidies and IndiHALF OF TOTAL AVAILABLE HAND OF SOVIET, GERMANS c of the House Ways and Means rect aid to the owners and operators FOR LOAN SAY agreed to eliminate the cash of vessels flying the flag of the United payment plan from tlie flvo-w- a bonus Immediate Cost To Government Would States. Reach Roumania Only To Be Pushed to World War veterans and to substiDirect subsidies are to be paid from Be Only $16,000,000 As Scheme Back Into Fire of Bolshevik), Sur- tute a i insurance ecrtiliente a fund to be established by diverting Outlined Would Not Make Necessary vivors. Declare Bodies Lie In Snow plan. The decision is tcntntho In that 10 per cent of all customs receipts, and New Taxes Quick Relief To Needy On Bank of Dneister, Reports Fugi-tivthis form of the bill will tint be inssted all tonnage charges, taxes and fees Veteran Provided. upon rf fiscal experts pronounce It to on vessels entering the ports of But virtually every bo unfeasable. continental United States, estimated to solA Washington. compromise DneisIWIIn Refugees crossing the member of the committee is confident diers' bonus plan, under which tho yield approximately f.Ti.000.000 annualure it Is practicable and should Treasury ly. Indirect aid Is to !e provided by ter from Russia lato Roumania ca!i feature would be eliminated appropriating one-haof all profits tMlng sent hack across the frozen river officials declare to the contrary It will whore the former -- ervlc men would by General Popovlch, Roumanian re be a matter for public opinion to deabove 10 per cent, establishing of a adjustbe entitled to more than construction fund of $125,000,000 from fugee controller, and then nre shot by termine what will be done. ed seritv pay, wns agreed upon tenia-livelthe Cheka as soon ns they set foot on Tlie decision means that now taxes the sale of the tonnage now hold by but unanimously, by a special the Shipping Hoard, to be loaned for Russian soil, according to the story will not have to be devised or present sulicoininitlee of the Republican menu shipbuilding at 2 per cent, deductions told by Germans arriving from the ones increased for three years, and hers of the House Ways anil Means Rouschemes, too, arc Committee. that all from income taxes of shippers equal Volga district, who crossed into eliminated. to per cent of freight paid on goods mania two weeks ago In the nature of a s'l'istitute for the 'The only exceptions are persons leaders believe that within three Imported In American ships, a"d more who can lay claim to a piece of ground years business will hae Improved so discarded cash feature there would no liberal depreciation allowances :i the added to the adjusted service certifiincome tax returns on ships. Other or a house In Roumania, or whose dip- that this volume will mid more revenue cate title a provision w'.iich would enrepresentatives supply funds without increasing the tnx burden and provisions of the plan contemplate lomatic able the men selecting the certificate that not more than SO per cent of the for transportation through the coun- that a part of the interest on the option to (btaln immediat-Myiroimmigrants to the United States shall try," said Kriederlch Hartniann, a foreign debt will be available by then batiks a loan equal to one half of the Russian, turn of that the succeeding Congress will be transported in foreign ships and the German parentage and formerly at- not have the nut to crack that con- adjusted service pay to which they Induction of Amrvican merchantmen would be entitled on the basis of $1 tached to the city administration In fronts this one. officers nnd sailors Into the naval a day for domestic service and $1.25 Saratov, who has reached Berlin. vit'i allowance In pay. a day for overseas services. Hnrtmann declared that thousands In announcing the compromise agreehad been shot by the Bolshevik! and RIVER SHIPPING STRANGLED ACE LIMIT ment Chairman Joseph W. Fordney now He in heaps under the snow on the Russian side. Railroads Killed Traffic On Ohio By said it probably would be a week1 beTtAjnn. Muqg T7 In thA fore all details of the loan provision 'I saw the bodies of 40 Russian Jews Rate Discrimination, Is Charge Mountains of Pern lives a race that could be worked out and the original whom the Cheka shot when on the M?i8 an n iimu auu Kilts ail who bill nmonded to conform to It. He exreach the fateful mark, says Dr. Jos- Russian shore, to which tttey had been Washington. I,onvc from the liook plan eph Barcroft, British scientist and au- driven by Roumanian rifles after run of his experience as engineer in charge pressed the opinion that the by House so well thor, who headed an expedition to ning the Soviet guard," said Hartniann. of the Improvement work of the Cin- would be generally received would not that It This took place shortly after a score cinnati District of the Ohio River were members Pern to study the effect of high altito submit tlie hillto a be nece.-sar- y tudes on the oxygen content of the of Germans crossed in our party. read before the National Rivers and party conference, thus speeding up the "Two men told me they had seen blood. The party passed practically Harbors Congress by Major General the shooting, but, not believing this, I Itnslng H. Roach. Chief of Engineers, time of Its submission to the He til of Its time at Cerro de Pasco, a Chairman Fordney and othc went to tlie river and saw the bodies United minUr: town of 10,000 Inhabitants States Army, to support his mitteemen ' 143) feet above the sea level. "In lying in the snow where they had contention that the railroad companies plan would said they believed tb meet with general each village." said Dr. Barcroft. who fallen a few minutes before. They had succeeded virtually In driving ' is delfvering a series of lectures at were thrown Into n common grave, to commerce from f'C inland mterwuys in and out of Congress, for time sons, which were summarized a a Ha1rwell Institute, "an Is ap- He frozen until spring. of the nation. llows In a formal statement Issued b)r 'We were being held by Roumanians pointed to terminate the careers of Major General Ilea ' ! i! lm. Representative William It. Green, o While the German Minister was arpersons who live too long." putatlou .at these wj.ii r i?re Iowa, ranking Republican on the com. ranging transportation to Germany. !.. . tn ers," and mlttee. Hartniann asserted that Bolshevik of "back as PAIR ENTERS DEATH PACT great economy u;ets "Jv veteran can obta' "1. T ficers and soldiers wire a law unto them that tho ' rnment has cted mon'- - - v -- The bodies of Henry. themselves when on duty at Isolati-his certificate , waste. issued . arer amount man Is Tlie orders of and atloweu Juingzi r. tr. yenrs old, and his wife stations, or alone. ' ae Major Genera' I sr ' provided oy the cash plan of the origifound on the Xlckolal Lenlne and lxen Trotzky Catherine, jW 'i of the .greatest had nal bill. kitchen floor of the'' home near here never were posted and never were been imposed uj.m n i ,gation "2. No '. I'afts to be made on by their two children, who awoke at known, he said. ' e ru .roads towas the attitude the Tren:- - - i .1 the expiration of "the sound of shots. A rcvotvfr clutched ward waterways. three ye.'r- In Kllngzer't hand led poui to believe BRITISH PROTECTORATE ENDS "They won't prorate. They won't taxes required." "3. No the man shot his wife and then ended Issue bills of lading. What has been Members of the subcommittee esti bis own 11e. Grief over the recent Lloyd- - done tovyard tlie waterways by the David London. Premier mated that the cash payments proposdeath of a babe caused the pair to George Is the eliminating of a ed In announced In the House of the case of service men entitled enter a death pact, police said. Commons that the British protectorate competitor In business." to more than $50 would total $10,000,-00over Egypt had been terminated, and SCHOOLS PROTECT NATION RADIO. FOR SHUT-INthat Egypt was free to' work out such Calcngo. Declaration that clvlliza-wt.- national Institutions as might be suitMAIL POUCHES STOLEN Syracuse, X. Y. Rev. Bernard C. "n America was being held ed to tlie aspirations of her citizens. Clausen, pastor of the Ulrst Baptist Kankakee, 111. Four registered mall wh( ' y the public schools against Church, announced that radio sets pouches, each tilliyl to capacity nnd Va i ttalaughts of millions of unedu PUPILS SAVE $4,003,000 would be established in the home of believed to contain only registered European immigrants oteu' ".u every "shut-I- n" member of the church mall, were stolen from tlie Illinois was ,aJk," If G Clark, of Sioux New York. American school chil at the expense of the cl.Btc'i, if a test Central baggage room after they had ,. re the NatJcnal EduCltj. j'!o. lie said that pres- dren deposited in banks more than next Sunday night would prove to be been taken from South Bound Train cation sure of prper.i. financial distress $4,000,000 In the last school year. It satisfactory. He plans to preach a tin. 5 from Chicago. Two pouches tlftcrn-tr.inutsermon which nny bs wertj consigned to Kankakee, one to should not lead American communities was announced by tlie American Bank In the preceding picked up by all stations within a Bloomington, III., and the fourth wns Itfto the economic orrVjr of redsdng ers' Association. radius. year the amount deposited was $2,800,- - forty-mil- e to be transferred to a Big Four train teachers' salaries. 000. The number of depositors in for the East. TELLS EDITOR OF BEATING creased from 402,000 to SO1.000 In STEAL $75,000 IN GEMS OFF TO A GOOD START! schools having a total enrollment In Beaumont, Texas. John Sullivan, Chicago. Four armed robbers held the two years, respectively, of 1,015, Walnut Ridge. Ark. Henry Saffcll, dairyman, was taken out by a group of 000 and l,S,O0O. tip a broker's office in a down-towmasked men and severely beaten. He 54 years old, and wife, 44, became the building, bound and gagged two men was released In front of a nowspaer parents of triplets, two girls weighing and a woman, and escaped with unset YAP PACT PASSED office here and commanded to report eight pounds each and a boy weighing valued at approximately diamonds the occurrence to the editor. "They told nine pounds. The SafTells were married 575,000. Tiie losers were Daniel D. Washington. Taking Its first rati me to tell you that they whipped me a year ago. Coudich, a diamond broker; Edward inbecause I whipped my inothor," he said FIVE MOURNERS BURNED Eiscn, a Jewelry salesman, and Miss fication roll call on the series of newspaper man. Stacin Virvicz, stenographer for Cou- - ternational covenants negotiated dur- to the ing the arms conference the Senate New York. Five mourners around ydlch. BONDS TOTAL $700,000 ratified without reservation or amend Angellne the bier of ments the treaty with Japon confirmZarcare.-- e seriously SUFFRAGE BILL DEFEATED were burned Columbus, 0. Bonds totaling ?700,-00- 0 when the draperies of the little coffin ing American cable and radio rights Tokyo. The universal suffrage bill. on the Island of Yap. The final vote were required by a Columbus caught fire from lighted candles in It n uced in the Diet by the opposl was C7 to 22, representing a margin Magistrate when four alleged bunk the Zarcarese home In Brooklyn. Afwas defeated by a vote of 243 to of seven over the necessary two thirds. bandits were arraigned. They are ac- ter a struggle firemen dragged to 1 1? The final debate was not attend- The 32 Democrats present divided, 13 cused of having held tip the Citizens' safety the five adults who hail been the promised demonstration, a for ratification and 10 against, while Trust and Savings Bank. A Frank- overcome and rescued the charred ed tn torm, accompanied by a cold only three Republicans voted in the lin County special grand Jury has body of the girl from the blazing cof, Interfering. been called to consider the case. negative. fin. is what built me up so wonderfully, says Mrs. Hlrktnan News has been received Calgary. Canada and tho United Barbara Weber 31S and plea, Kd K. Held was fined Van Ness Ave., San costs by Judge Hunt In Circuit Court here of another tentative Increase In States face an International strike of taxes, amounting to coal miners, to begin April 1, n statetlie county's on tho charge of suffering gaming on Francisco. She is but $150,000. made by the state tax ment Issued by Robert LIvett. Internahis promises. Three weeks ago lie was one of thousands stmt' at Frankfort. TliK commis- tional Board member for District No. fined on a similar charge. larly benefited. sion raises the taxes in this county IS United Mine Workers of America, every ear. nuking a raise last year declared. of The announcement followLouisville. The State Bonn! If you are under weight, i ed the break up of the peace conferCharities and Corrections paroled Sam of about $SOO.000. your digestion is impaired, if ence between miners and operators. Searcy, of Jefferson (Vjunty, who servyou are weak and unable tm I'xlnglon Dates for the state conMr. IJvett said that ballots have ed two years In the penitentiary for enjoy life to the fullest meat-ur- e, voluntary manslaughter. He was sen- vention of the Travelers' Protective been sent out to all locals of the Unityou should take Tanlae. tenced at tlie December term, 1120, of Association which will be held here, ed Mine Workers in both Canada and were announced by Charles F. Darna-b- tho United States and that members At all good druggists. the Jefferson Circuit Court. refusal to enter n n y. I'aducah. More than IKK) pupils the I'ailucah schools will Join in servance of a "Week of Song." Prospect For An International Walk-Ou- t Is Certain If Operators And Men Fall To Agree, This Official Declares. TANLAC " i (Vim-tnitte- senil-cusl- a. lf bond-sellin- e int, -- : i ofl-.ci- d - 1 wr ..- -h . .;-- 0. via e new trial was ordered Frankfort by the Appellate Court In the case of against Florence Ben M. Osborne Holtzclaw, appealed from the Scott Circuit Court. In which Mrs. HoltzI'aducah. Dr. John U Wober, pastor claw bad obtained a Judgment for of tho Broadway Methodist Church of $2,000 damages for personal injuries this city, will be one of the two repre- following an auto collision on the sentatives from the United States to turnpike between Georgetown and speak at the reciprocity meeting to be Ie'xington. Tlie court holds that erheld In Montreal, Canada. The other roneous Instructions were given In I'adu-cab'- s speaker will be Irvin S. Cobb, tills case. distinguished son. Dr. Weber will deliver a series of popular lectures Frankfort Adjt. Gen. Jackson Morin Texas before going to Canada. ris was notified by the War Department that tho Kentucky National Howling Green. Mrs. Ivy Kllison Guard will attend training camp at Huffman, missing milliner, was found Ctunp Knox during August. The LTSth a neighbor's house, after Field Artillery. Louisville, will be In underneath , where camp from July 30th to August 13 more than a week's she had hidden, without foul or w.i'cr. nnd the ltnth Infantry. 3Sth Military Mrs. HufTman suffered a nervous Police Company, 3Sth Tank Company, breakdown several months ago. At 137th Hospital Company and .V.rd the time she vanished she was scantily and 51th Machine Gun Squadrons clad. She was so weak when found that from August 13 to 27. she could not walk and could scarcely talk. Louisville Fire destroyed a shed Louisville The I.ouIsvllle Tlaning of the plant of tho Continental Car Mill Company, unless It appeals, will Company of America. Incorporated, Park, hae to pay $1,014.47 to Anthony J. 4721 Park boulevard. Highland $5,000. Steffans, who sued the planing mill causing damage estimated at concent for a sum In excess of $1W'', The origin of the blaze could not be The destroyed shed, a alleged to he the balance due for In- determined. building of frame construcstalling a dnst collecting system In tha mill. The case-watried by a Jury In tion. Is Isolated from the main plant equipJudge Krieger's court, that body re- and contained miscellaneous ment and a few automobile bodies fusing to allow several counter-ch-Im- s that had been set up by the defendanr. valued at $250 each. They were burned. Louisville Automobile dealers, garWhltesburg. age men The Consolidation Coal accessory dealers from all parts of the state met at the tem- Company, operating In the Elkhorn porary headquarters of the Iuls-vlll- e field of this country, recently acquired Automobile Dealers' Association more than 10,000 acres of coal lands In the Armory and formed the Ken- in Buchanan and Ruasell Counties, Virtucky Automotive Trade Association, ginia, and 11,000 acres In Eastern Kendie first organization of Its kind ever tucky, comprising The Carter Comformed In the state. The object of pany's interests, it was learned here. the organization Is to assist the auto- Development of much of the properties motive dealers thruout the state and are to be undertaken this year. It wns stimulate trade In all automotive lines. announced. A part of the coal lands In both States are already under but extensions are promMurray The contracts for the new high school building have been let In ised. thr-parts by he Murray School T. ail 2.", was Lor the building wns 'J'" oi , Chester : V1' ' ns fc Ragsdale, kin-- l by .I'll Imost sho' ' Tho bulld- - Ji" .""50. in- - i er, in a re-ni to b. furyear brick. r .nty. Smith ..vn of the lumb.ng .ntract was let to tlie surrendered and was brought to jail 'lies Manufacturing Company, of here. There were no witnesses to il vllle, for $2,000. The heating the killing, but Smith states that vas given to Ed Hanar.; of Jones came to his home and attacked w 'or $VW0. The building is him without cause. Smith lived nh.he ' .. o eted In 125 working days In a small barn that he had convert, 1 ? v :x.uo contract Is signed. into living quarters. Several years ngo he was tried here on a lun.i'-.Uhland. The city council has con-- ; charge and committed to the Lakeland " d for "new fire equipment and a Asylum, but remained only a short !l"e station In the city which will time. proximately $40,000. The advls r' b. t J of the city council la working Madljonvllle W. W. Crick, former on plai.s of occupational tax to take county judge: J. V. Poole, former road care of the debt being created by the engineer, and eight former members conrcii to purchase this new equipment of the Fiscal Court were Indicted in f - :! fire departmenL When this Is Circuit Court here on charges of irdone. Ashland will be able to take care regularities In the expenditure of of n. emergency. The new equipment county road funds. Poole also Is Incoi Ma of pumpers, hose and a now dicted for employing his sons and In county road work In violafire station; however this Is hinging upon the placing of the occupational tion of the law. The members of the tax. Decision will be made later on Fiscal Court indicted are: I. J. Tuckwlvcier the tax will be tlie occupa- er. H. B. Gross. D. L. Lamb. B. L. tional tax or manufacturing license Gordon, B. K. Lafoone, M. L. Clayton, Lonnie Morrow and S. H. Moseley. tax. A .ibs-incey s London Mr. and Mrs. .Matt Morgan, ages 75 and OS, respectively, were victims of Influenza, their deaths being only a few hours apart. Mr. Morgan was a citizen and was formerly active In politic. Two sons, A. L. Morgan, lumber dealer, and Sam Morgan, coal operator, are both critically III with the "flu." well-to-do head of Post F. The dates chosen are .May 4 and 5. More than 300 delposts egates, representing eighteen thruout the state, will attend the conference. are being asked If they desire to give power to the Policy Committee appointed at the Indianapolis convention to call a general strike April if agreements are not consummated by that date. Ballots are to be returned to district headquarters by March 15. Mr. LIvett would not express an opinion regarding the probable outcome of the vote. 3Ir. LIvett said the next move was up to operators. They refused at a meeting here to negotiate other than on their own demands, he said. "As soon as they are willing tn recede from their mandatory position we will be only too willing to reach nn agreement that will bo satisfactory to both sides. The situation Is such that In all probability there will be a cessa. tion of operations April 1 unless operators alter their attitude in the Interval," he said. DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful passage of urine, you will find relief is GOLD MEDAL Indianapolis, Ind. Single state wago agreements between union coal miners and operators, such as proposed by Illinois operators, are Impossible under the policy adopted by the United Mine Workers of America at their recent convention. President John I Lewis declared In a message advising Illinois union officials to reject the operators proposal for separate negotiations. THIRTEEN KILLED IN The world's standard remedy for kidney, add troubles ana National Remedy of Holland since IMS. Torse sizes, all druggists. liver, bladder and uric Look for tha ml accept um Cold M imitation MUI m ry la St PALMER'S LOTION A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY FOR BURNS. BITES. CUTS. CRASH Y ITCHING SKIN AND x V SCALP TROUBLES .,. V4 New York Central Express Hits Bus At Crossing Victims Hurled Many Feet Away Cleveland. Thirteen persons were killed and a dozen others injured when a. New York Central express crashed into a crowdtrain, ed motor bus at the St. Clair street crossing In Palnesvllle, near Cleveland. Dead and dying were hurled along the railroad right of way for several hundred feet and bodies of three of the victims were on the locomotive pilot when the train was brought from pace to a halt its 400 yards from the scene of the collision. At A. H. Roger's morgue. Palnesvllle: Miss Gladys Lasko, Falrport: Mrs. John Bartsch, Falrport : Corwln "aines- Sturn, Falrport: Ray O'lx-ar' 1g vo unvllle.; One un . mor III identified mer gue. ; Rlchfln: ad. Char. ... Cath erine Hnrvau.. Palnesvllle-'- J T. F. Steam, airport. ; Sirs. Kolto, Palnes vllle.; One unidentified man.; Two others unaccounted for. believed to have been taken to Falrport. The la jured: At Luke County Hospital: Joe Adams, Falrport, driver of the bus; dying. George H. McGee, Medina, Ohio; dying. Nick Nemo, Falrport; dying. Ray Hamilton, Falrport. broken legs, fractured shoulder; condition cri tical. Mrs. Martin Stelnbach, Falrport; Injured seriously. Carl Sullivan, Palnesvllle; injured seriously. east-bounv . i t( CMUUNTIID BT K.JSOLON PALMER f nd KING PiU PLUG TOBACCO Known as you wliy. "that good MncT cIry it-- and will know Anotbti b!c '"I y Mr. E. J. R1' e f.-- , WINS $5,000 rt,4 nteit fee' -- V-fe- a .&e P . c purine tf -- o.i PLANNED New York. NEW CAMPAIGN Alfred E. Lindsay, un- n le four-year-o- ti' ' vi' - kfort Judgment of the Whit .It Court In the case of O. S. Bt t the George M. Eady corn-p.i Louisville, to test the validity ji an ordinance and enforce a statutory lien for street Improvements on certain pieces of property In Corbin was sustained today by the Court of Appeals, xhe question whether Corbin, Ijlug partly in three counties, can legally be classified as a city of the fourth class is not decided. The court held, however, that the strcat Improvements made by the Eady company were done In good fnith and were satisfactory and therefore should be paid for. 1 r i at if , BRITAIN SEEKS CUSTODY Key West, Fla. The British Gov ernment mcved to obtain custody of members of the British sctooner Lew is Brothers, held here In connection with the death at sea of Captain H. Chute, of the vessel, when British Vice Consul Taylor forwarded to Washington a request based upon In ctructions from his Government that the men be extradited to Nassau, Six men are held here In connection with the case, one, V. Bracklehurst, mate of the schooner, on a Coroner's charre of murder. REDS TO LOOT CHURCHES Moscow. Confiscation of valuables of Russian churches has been ordered to begin within a week commencing with the wealthiest churches. 1'roceeJs from the sale of thes- - articles are to be used for famine relief. The question as to what articles are absolutely no?. eseary for religious and sacramental purpose Is left to the pudgment of the Central Committee, according to Instructions pu)lisjcl today. Should rtlcles of museum Interest be found the&e will be banded to the museums. LIFE SENTENCE FOR ORPHAN PLANE CONVEYS CASKET Iuporte, Ind. John MoIIIck, fifteen' Arkansas City, Kan. Conveying a orphan, was found to be gull casket from this city to Maple City, year-ol20 miles east of here by airplane, and ty of murder in the second degree and there conducting a funeral service, was sentenced to life imprisonment at hard performed by an undertaker and pilot labor in Porter County Circuit Court, on account of Hie country roads being He was convicted of having slain Mrs. Impassable from the. snow drifts. Robert Stalz, who had adopted him. Three hours -- fler tlie Jury went out It returned a verdict. Sentence was FOUR SLAIN; MANY HURT MoIIIck will Mexico City. Four persons were pronounced immediately. killed and a number wounded when be taken to Michigan City Penitenpolice fired upon a crowd of striking' tiary. Under a new ruling all life chauffeurs who were conducting n de- prisoners are accepted there regardmonstration In front of the City Hall. less of age. d AMERICAN BEATEN TO DEATH LOCKED UP WITH WINE! Lynn, Mass. Twenty-seven New York. Louis Fernandez, who arrived here from South America on the steamship Kulla, announced he would ask Government officials to in vestigate the death of William Young, Phoenix, Arizona, who, he asserts, was thrown Into u Venezuelan prison and tortured and beaten to death by police of that country- - Young was Iti dice barrels of wine were locked up In the same Jai' corridor. Whei the prisoners reeled into the courtroom next day the court told them severely that they should have known 'otter than to drink liquor In the law's custody and fined them $1 each for gaming. Thuy paid, that the wine Maracalbo, Venezuela, on business, ac- a few of them cording to Fernandez, when he was was well worth It. Jail officials were charged with having conspired to ordered to keep prisoners and liquid seizures separa'.J bernftr . overthrow the Government. twenty-seve- n players and Onenton. The business section of Owentot, ,;'"7ed a $G0,000 loss oy fire. The '"re originated in the baseKlrschmer's fruit store San Francisco, Cnl. Three miners ment of and was - 'ivered about 3 a. m. The were entombed in a cavc-lat the cause wni . known. The buildings delevel of the stroyed wt - Walkers, Hartsough and Mine In Grass Valley, Cnl., the coming, occupied by Daniel pany reported to the State Industrial Arnold'b i ; Boyar's dry goods store. Accident Commission. Tlie men ap- clothing st parently had room .o move. Tappings Mrs. T. . Perry, millinery; Dave on an air pipe Indented that at least. Klrschmer, fruit store, and B. W. Redone of the mer wns alive. An air ding, undetaklng establishment. Five families wre left homeless. There pipe and a water pipe leads to the section of the mine where the men were were nbout $30,000 insurance on the entire properties. entombed. The mine crew and volunteers are working to reach the men. Louisville Bankers throughout Kentucky will beenlisted In the campaign AGREE ON REPARATIONS agreement of the livestock breoders of Kentucky Berlin. A provisional reached between the Allied Repara- to Increase tie raising of pure bred tions Commission and the German stock of all kiids In conformity with a Government provides for the annual resolution endorsing the movement passed at a seetlng of bankers at payment by 'Germany of 720,000,000 luncheon given y the Louisville Stock gold marks in cash and 1,150,000.000 Exchange. It Isunderstood the wholegold marks In kind. It was announced. Should tho deliveries in kind not reach hearted backli? of the Kentucky the total fixed, the cash payments will Fanners Assocition will be pledged not be Increased, under this agree- when the Kentuty Livestock ImproveThus, it Is pointed out, the ment Assoclatloi Is formally organized ment. Entente should have considerable in- under a plan reently adopted to Interest in seeing that the stipulated de clude all Interest involved. liveries of products were made. THREE MINERS ENTOMBED Idaho-Marylan- d For every tomach and Intestinal 11L This good herb home Investigation of the receipts and ex. Wood lold hira Lindsay had engaged remedy for constithe ho'els most luxurious sul., appendltures of the State Board of pation, stomach Ills Health was asked In a joint resolution parently to be In touch w ia poroa$ and other derangemeans , nd social staa 1;3 of offered by Senator Frank Daugherty, ments of the sys Democrat. The investigating committem so prevalent these days Is In even tee is to be composed of senators and FIRE DESTROYS MONTREAL CITY greater favor as a family medicine HALL representatives, and it will have the than in your grandmother's day. power to investigate all records and employ such as It .deems necessary. Montreal. The Montreal Oty Hall The Best Way. Senator Daugherty, explaining the built 30 years ago at a cost of $1,000.-00"What Is the best way to spend resolution, said that no criticism of was destroyed by fire. The great less?" "Make some other person the present State Board of Health was tower of the building collapsed, carry- spend more." Judge. implied, but that he merely thought ing with It the roof and leaving only building the senators and representatives would the walls of the Truth Is so miglity that most of na like to know where the state board's erect Valuable documents stored in th want It In small doses. money was coming from and where it building. It Is thought, will be saved was going. owing to their being housed In a vault, Lexington. A voluntary petition In bankruptcy was filed in United States POLISH CABINET QUITS District Court by the Callahan Coal Warsaw. The Cabinet of Premier Company and S. J. Callahan, of Elka Ponlkowski has resigned after failure towa, Breathitt County, fixing assets of the negotiations with the Vilna deleat $S3S and liabilities at $1,G30.41. gation on the text of an Act of Annexation of the region of Vllna to 1'ohind. Lexington. A contract for an InPRINCESS IS EXONERATED dustrial show here this spring and nn ll New York. I'rincess Catherine Industrial, commercial and agricultur&SF bmbV V al survey was signed by the Lexington of Russia, who was arraigned as Board of Commerce with a Chicago an adventuress when she appeared in concern. The show is to be an exhibiPolice Court last December, was exontion of the trade and Industrial pro- erated of a charge of having attempted ducts of the city. to evade payment of a $1,700 bill alleged to be due to a leading hotel. tive-stor- y tire-pro- of Kad-zlwl- der Indictment for having swlnddled wealthy women in fictitious stock transactions, was about to launch a Philadelphia campaign on the eve of his arrest. 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In the Reefer's Teast Tablets pleassntest form. supply them S3.000 runic Picture. DtZK But you don't hav to bur Reefer's Teast prise, Tablets to enter this contest or win a puasle St.toa for just -- end Great,thebtg. clearletter -- S free oh picture picture. request. Horry up. Send today to S. J. Reefer. 1th and Sproce Sts Dept. lie. Philadelphia. Pa. hl rit. clr Garfield Tea Was Your Grandmother's Remedy Murray. The Overland Garage hero was closed by the Sheriff. The principal creditor Is the Bank of Murray, to which the garage is Indebted $8,000. The assets will exceed $7,000 It Is believed. Ixiulsville. I.OSS that may exceed $75,000 was caused by fire of undeter- PANTOMIME PURELY ROMAN IDEA -V V Not until the drama had shift on their part because of the illlished for more than BOO years was ness of one of the performers, but the pantomime, one of the simplest their audience was so delighted that forms of dramatic art, originated. The they continued with the production of drama was the Invention of the Greeks, the wordless drama. bnt the pantomime was a purely Sinners Are Never Bores. Roman Idea. Two aspiring actors, Pyludes and Bathyllus, one of whom "'I never knew a woman who rewas afflicted with, throat trouble, save gretted marrying a rake,' said Mrs. the first perform ce of this kind In ThlrUton. 'I hare known women who ,tie year 22B.C V was only a make married good; straight men, and lived been estab- y ,cces. with them for lift quite they kne' but In their hera loss of ndventure, tin. ihtr not own to It. It's the sinners w. never bore.'" 'I believe nil actors a. ' married ns soon as they are born. I never met one who was a bachelor. "Oh, well, Not even ut n week-end- .' they must say something In 'I shnll be musn't they. very fond of hliti,' said Mnry. composedly. 'You will have to, to make vpur married life endurable.' '1 think the one thing a woman never forgives : Is having nothing to forgive,' Mary." From "Wandering .slf Wyllnrde. returned Fires." by ANCIENT Xhe lore of HJMBER LORE Moped by Ttomans 1cted Longevity of Women. Although on the average women live longer than men. a woman of twenty-fivhns fewer chances of living to fifty than a man of the same age. On the pther band, If n man Mid woman have both reached the ngf fifty, the chances nre that the w in will the man. a fact i.ocfited for by e dlfTc p In tempi uent e out-Hjv- e - Chaldei ar.d Jews vas lc; with the pijeudo-s-r and express puted result of nature. Ir have uppen' divine qe-th- e tbr ancient nutmyr.ip f- -' till' PI. mined origin at the Continental Car certajn practices ot the faculty and Company's plant. Highland Park. The s,- - 'i body. J. A. Bursley, Dean of fire started In the drying room and S t, commenting on the affair, spread to the paint room. Three hun- m,.' was out of sympathy with vlo dred truck bodies were consumed, ac- ' rference with free expression cording to an official of the firm. oi . 'n.on. The attack is said to have taken nlace one night recently. powers. And It was, as Is believed, Safety First "J thus that the superstition arose con"'ovemment Clerk Here is my reslr-na- s cerning the unlucky character of the ;n. number 13, from astronomical procDepartment Head AYhat's tie matesses as i '.cted In the traditions of ter? the O Israel. New Tork Clerk The pay Is ixcC'ec, but I bune. i? i. rmln- -' have to work too hard. "ny health. Life. Lotty Bridge Towers. two pr.ajipal towers of tit". Ing. ..I llll.l..TI l.'U. U..on..c.l. braver I sjlng New York wtt tit WB'.'n as high as tX n L bui dst soap ca&'t r.-.! A young man who practiced medicine In Pennsylvania became famous and Ann Arbor, Mich. The Student Ad- was called in consultation In many visory Committee of the University of towns and cities because of his success In the treatment of disease. This Michigan, it was learned. Is investigatup ing an alleged attack upon (J. D. Eaton, was Dr. Pierce, who finally made place some of his media junior In the literary department, his mind to the public, and moving to cines before who In a magazine article criticized Buffalo, jr. Y put up what he called STUDENT CRITIC ATTACKED FIFTY YEARS AGO ' his "Favorite Prescription." and placed It with the druggists In every state. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has long been recognized as a tonic for diseases peculiar to womankind. After suffering pain, feeling nervous, dizzy, weak by weaknesses of and dragged-dowher sex a woman is quickly restored of to health by Its use. Thou-and- s women testify that Dr. Pierce's Favorite PresiTlptlon has entirely eradicated their distressing aliments. More recently that wonderful discov c ery of Dr. Pierce s. canea tior 'been suckidneys and backache),-n Ac-un- J- - ' ceIvcdiH2ir t tlm. Vf depog -- cessfully used by many write JJEJ ierr- - oi "Hfls who re-- onin or .vrltN " - . tit I V- - "VV- - 0W1NGSV1LLE OUTLOOK nivupiA wh. I mi in ! Perry Staton, of Catlettsburg, was OWINGSVILLE, - - - - KY. the guest of his parents. Mr. and Published Weekly, Mr. M. .. Staton Sunday. . Miss Bettie II. visited Mi-- s. Entered according to net of June Nixon in Preston, Friday. Owingsville, Ky., at the matter. as seccnd-elns- s Mr. Johnson ami family, of Ik tV subscription H. Junction moved to Dr. Ollie THE OUTLOOK'S rates are as follows: i'lark's farm last week. One Year Joe Hluvins and wife were in Mt. 75c. Six Months sterling last week. AT-Three Months W. V. Pcnix was in Mt. Sterling E. D. THOMPSON. on business Fridnv. - - - Kentucky. OwIng?vllle. Perry Shultz, of Catlettsburg, was here on business several days last THURSDAY, MAliCII 0, 1022 Con-cress, Post-offic$1-50 I week. Mrs. M. M. Steele and little daugh SALT LICK ter, Doris, of Kussell, were the guests (Evangelist Rev. William Kelly of her parents, George Swart 7. and a three weeks' meeting nt fie wife from Monday till Wednesday M. E. Church Sunday night. He made of last week. vnny friends while here, who hope Mrs. Nettie Clr.rk has returned to for his return sometime. her home in Ashland after spending Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Chas. Lath-ra- several days with relatives and were in Lexington to see Mrs. friends here. D. V. Lngrcw who continues qnilo Mrs. Yirgil Jones, of Mt. Sterling, ill called on her mother, Mrs. Kate m Mrs. Addie Parks visited relatives in Owingsville a day or two the past week. Miss Underwood, of I.tuiville, i at Si.lt Lirk Lumber Co.'s fVcv during the illiie.--s of Mr. Kvereit riizzcll. vim was operate on in a Lexington hospital about two weeks ago. He had recovered sufficiently to be brought to his home here last Saturday. Bom to Mri and Mrs. Powell, a daughter. Milt Evans and wife, who have been making (heir home in W. Vn,. for some time, are returning here to i take their home. John Fowler, of Lexington, spent Sunday here. Mrs. Earnest Clayton, of St. W. Ya., visited relntivcs hen the p.itt week. Clarence Cassity and wife, of nc:n Mooreiield visited Mrs. Canity's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Razor Al-bn- n. Costigan Tuesday. Little Patterson Hlevins, who has had pneumonia, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Frazicr, of Winchester, visited their .son, (). L. Fraz-e- r several days last week. Mrs. Henry Crouch called on her laughter, Mrs. Taylor Illevins in Salt Lick Monday. (1. L. Frcmier was in Mt. Sterling n busines- - Friday. Luther Downs had a sale Saturday .:id will go to Middletown, soon. J. 1. Pcnix moved to the house .mated by Downs. 15ro. Toinmie Crouch tilled his reg- ular appointment here Sunday. Horn one day last week to Wm. McGIossin and wife, a son. This baby nlv lived a few hours. WYOMING Mrs. Raymond Snedcgar is improving from nt at'iieL-- of flu. Porter Gray is in the hospital at Uurea with an attack of flu. Great excitement was caused here ilunday morning by the burningSif Tom Six's house. Miss Mildred Wilroy, of Grange City, spent from Friday till Sunday vith Mary Helen Anderson. Several from here attended an "oyster supper'' at Grange City last Saturday night. H. C. Gregory and family, of Flem. ingsburg spent Sunday with George Six. Mr. George Young Wood and wife 'of Fleniingsburp, visited Mrs. Will Anderson and Mrs. Boone Conyers last week. . Mfss'kathieen Storey, of Grange City, n!ght with Bradley. , Miss Frances Rogers estcrtuined a number of her friends Saturday night. j. -a t'l.s p-i- week. Those frnn here who attended Uie .School o f Instruction" at Morehead Feb. ..27th, were Mesdames Frank Wilis, Simon Fried, Cha. Lathram llenuiin Staffyii, Grant North, Henry Craig, Press Jackson. They report ,B cnjuynble time and are very lavish tfinheir praie of Morehead Chapter of O. E. S., as hostess. Tliey a". present bijiuliiuUy Jejt that itwas good to be there. the a ut. sy,p.py 0i jng Lhng an npron Unurcn win cnxertain-wit- n social on the eveuing iff March 11th .at the Kent a- - )i6teL Everybody attend. is inviSJ :id f'l enter-"tninc-1 .- .Mrs. t raiiK w His was in Mt. bter-Hin- g - o ' " ' li- i- . as it is at tho present tihie. We have tlVmi3rV;l)'TopCthr "with more corn than we have a market her children will continue to make for, as corn, at n fair price, that is Iter home here. why com has been so cheap. Past Gladis Foueh and Chas. Duvault, Experience shows that in years of Jr., of Olive Hill were Lere Sunday. extra heavy crops those forehanded . Wftltcr Miller, of Morehead, was a. farmers who have been able to hold LOCUST UROVE visitor .here the past week. their corn crops for two or three T. D. Anderson, of Pebble, and Sir. ind Mr. V Green went to years have usually( made good interLexington Saturday, returning Sun- Mrs. John Jones, of Smoky, are at est on ithcir money in holding it. At the bedside of their sister, Miss Su- tho present time, day. however, few farmJohn Jackson has accepted a po- san Anderson, who remains ill. ers can afford to hold, they arc anxMrs. Fannie Wihaley, of Owings-via- e, sition with an oil company in Texas," ious to get out of debt and want to came Friday for a visit to where he haa already gone to take turn the corn into cash. here. up iiis work. His wife will job hirf Now it will be very much better Elmer Highley spent Sunday with for later. everybody if more corn is fed !tis. mother, Mrs. Nannie I.ghlcy, to hogs', and for two reasons. At if near Okla. Si GRANGE CITY K ( prices, which hogs are now selling, Born to the. wife'of VincenStorv, ' , Jforgnn Hawkins' and wife attend the 'farmer will net from 80 cents to ed, the burial of their phew, a oon '. nee MlSff'Olrve Ross, a daughter. one dollar per bushel for his corn fed Misses Bess a"d Ruby Thompson of Oscar Calvert and wife, which to hogs, depending, of course, on his ' place at B thel. are. well after an attack of typhoid distance Troiii market. The more "Tie many frien'V Vice, 'still fever. corn fed to hogs and cattle, the more of AL , rr .ar Hillsboro, "Uncle" Matt Newman is quite ill. corn we get rid of and the thing to be iu. vl if) v2ar o. his mar-- do now is to Mrs. M. C Price has returne' 0et rjd of this surplus from a visit to her sou Russel and rage with Miss Gertrude Runyen of com. If we enrry it over it will lsboro, which took place Feb. 23 hang wife in Cincinnati. as a dend w"ight over the marThere were 67 in attendance at the Mrs. Jas. Kerns has returned from ket and keep com prices depressed White Oak Sunday School Sunday. visiting relatives at Pineville. unreasonably. Wilbur Jones and bride, ncc Miss .proximately 80 per cent of the ODESSA Hattier Johnson, who Were recently corn crop is fed on the fann and the fiss Susan Anderson continues price is made I married in Youngstywrf 0., have rc- by the other 20 per turned here to the homXpf the bride's podrty. ,I cnt. that goes to narkct. A small 1 oxie Markland began a subscrip parents, George Johnson, and wife. addition to this 20 per cent. ha a V school here Mionday morning. We extend heartiestcongratulations very depressing effect on the price. Moving began here last wee WM-- 1 Several people from here attend The point we want to keep in mind ihifuneral and burial of MrsTTV. p3r Riddle mcved to Dr. Jones' plac that we want to get rid of our S. Rrarn .it Hil sbom.' Thii.lnx-j- Ueorce iiennett to nlacA vacated bvX isurplus corn and not hold but feed . We extend deepest sympathy to thfc 1 ltlJe wluch ho bought'lot Mrs. Dul- - t to live stock now, which we con I clna, Darnell.sErncsl Swetnam to do at n profit. bereaved family. Miss Mnrj' Eliraheth Wallingfofd the house he boughSjf George Ben-i- i' I During the 1921 season there were tt. J ohn J ohnson, fof. Flemingsburg closed ther school here in Februat over n million less hogs received at to the house vacated W- - Swetnam. and hns relumed to her home rhe C9 markets in the United States Milton Rnwlings to'the Bnrl er fann 'thuu in F'cuinpsburg. the preceding vear. while Teddy Story and sister, iriss Kat'i which he boughL Mr. Moody, of this is only 2.4 per cent decrease, lccn, were recent visitors at the home Flcnunc countv. to the Rawlins's there were 41,000,000 head sent to Walier from Franlt Cornelius Roberts in Bath county. Irhouse. Arthur market, 26,333,000 were slaughtered .lonr-- i n'nin in Unttiol fnmni XTnJ and 14,u(i0,000 head were shipped Wilmer A.dams and Miss Julia Vhor.rson were married at Flem-- i kinsqthe house vacated by Waller away from these centers, showing to Sam Darnell's vburg recently. They were ac- - and George-Barbof the hogs thet that over one-haJ were slaughtered were shippd a sec. ompjiuied by Ewell Jones and Miss place. Gladys Adams We extend heartiest end time. FORGE HILL congratulations. . At this time it is not possible to There was n large crowd at the say what the spii-- g pig crop will be. Luther Pierce and family have mov l ni to the"prr,erty vacated by Chas. r 'e of Douglas Rawlings last Satall indications there will be an Jones. Lykes, of Bath county, urday considering the stormy weHt-c- r increased number this spring and if and everything sold well. Mr. our predictions arc true this big corn to property vacated by Pierce, Sidney Watson and sister, iMiss Rawlings and family will go to crop which on Dee. 1st, was equal to this week to make their horns. 28' bu. per capita in the United Xina, have recovered from an atThere is considerable moving. Sid States will disappear very rapidly tack of the flu. Tincher moved from Nicholas cou'jfy and the stock on hand next harvest he farm of Espie Barber will be less than the most optimistic H00RES FERRY h. c. could :uti'Jnate. W. Mi Kelly and family have movt " -- ght n rtr tohn and Trn Wells . The 'i aii.ess is fundnir ';il ' ed out on Rose Run. . ; Fleming county from the Set e.tt to our ag ultr 1 program, it : family, and .Stephe--ii-te ., and fimily are all doiFi. hci-- s for .$1,600. John has myedc; ; able of much manipulfttiou ' .Vv.'Mose SivvS n 't- r the nme- time,. is the i rs. ... nrci t . ... "nds bank lacvfounf s.1 Vt-- future looiu brihtd JTL00l' lY.-- LI rel-nti-- es . . last Thursday. Tin, old fashioned spelling bee be- pike corner lo. lledrgu Thompson, PEELED OAK T. A. Perry, of Salt Lick was here tween Hie Women's Club nnd Jhe thence with Thompson's line X. E. the 02.3(1 to a set take on Cow creek, Tusday and Wednesday of last week Chamber of lmncrc1e wM bL. Court iioYise, Wednesday, March 15. corner to Thompson thence with repairing Donohew's grist milli E 10.2S poles X ElbeiU .lout's and Wife mvV gone Cow creek N ( ,")SVj E 10.78 (wiles to a stake corner to hotlsOkfOpiug in the Kendall to lot surveyed in O. P. Shnmt nnd Sprihgs neighborhood. Electric Bell for Poultry House. Y poles to the beginBom hist Wednesday to Eeton Me." SInny people have been bothered thence S with lilRht prowlers around nnl about ning, containi'rg 10 acres, more or uiabh and wife, a boy. Tlie following plan the buildings. Should the highest bids for .Muse Crowe and family, who remay be used In InstnllliiK electric bells, less. parcels he insufficient to pay tho cently returned from a trip to Texas which will Immediately sound an the have moved to Mrs. liollt- - Kicels nlnrra. A strip of copper Is bent amount of siiid debt, interest nnd around the doorknob slum I;, and In then I will olfer the three parfarm near Owingsville. clamped with a small screw, which Is cost, Should Mrs. Price Calk, ot Mt. Sterling, also used ns a terminal. Fasten a rels for sale ns n whole. than when offered visited her brother, KoUt. Crooks and metal strip to the door and belid It they bring out between the prongs of the trU separately llu-will be sold ds a family the past week. on the ktiob. AttMch n wire to this Tray lor, who has been strip and run to the electric bell. N'oiv whole, oth"riine llie highest bid.? Mrs. Sam poorly with tin for the past two when the knob Is turned In Cither di- when offered separately will be nc- rection the circuit Is closed and the weeks is better. Jess Donohcw's two ceptcii. bell will ring. Kxperlmenter. At the same time and place I will hildreu who had fin are improving. sell enough "f the following describMrs. M. M. Staton and little niece Sympathetic. Tommy came to his mother the other ed parcel lo pay tho debt, interest Gladvs Barber visited Mrs. Clarence dny, crying and complaining that his and cost f Thomas Ryun, amount Mt. Sterling Saturday. Elisor in big sister had been teasing him. Clay Hart has moved to the place "Mamma," he said betwet-- sobs. - ing to $3,0S2.02 on dny of. sale, A trad lying on Licking river he lately bought of Andy Traylor. wish you would spank Kltxnbeth' Tommy," his Moc Traylor who occupied the house "Now,wouldn't want lb mother renired. and Cow creek, beginning at a set see yo'u'r sister "you has moved to the Jim Kwing plate. whipped, would you?" "No, ma'am! stake on the cast side of Moores Hut you enn take her upstairs anil d6 Ferry turnpike, corner to William it where 1 can't see you." Moore line X 73 E 93.G poles, Created, Not thence X 2S4 V 18.S poles, thence bill n If the Ellis X 71 W 1G.12 poles to a bar post pas-e- d ly the General Assembly it in n polis and railing fence, thence will be up to Kcntuckians lo acknow. X 1S4 E 12 poles with said fence ledge Adam as their ancestor whethLady Suffered With Achei to a st.ike, thence S 85 E 10.4 poles er thev want to or not. We know Virginia to n sike nt end of fence thence and Fains Until Mother Began some people that say they believe V to a with U'iddlc of fence X 5 Giving Her Cardui. there is "something iu" evolution and to Wm. Moore, thence stake to judge from the external appear- Mary Ya. Mls3 Alice with said Moore's line to Cow ereek Dublin, iiees of some people one might say Hughett residing on Route 2, near there must be something here, recently told a visitor ot her thenco with its niennderings up lo beech stump corner to Ed in the theory but Kcntuckians ob- - Interesting experience with Cardui. Miss Hughett said: "I had been sufjett to the teaching of such .stuff iu fering for some time with painful . . . Wairen, thence with fence us it now I was pale, didn't feel like going. stand line of Ed Warren nnd in the public institutions of the State. Would just drag around, and couldn't Western direction to stake on east rest to do any good. I would suffer once a month with my back, sides side of Moores Ferry turnpike, corMary Pickford Wins Verdict and head. My limbs would ache and ner Ed Wiirreii thence southward Mary Pickford does not have to I didn't know what to do, but I knew pike to the beginning, conI must do something, for I didn't set with pay Cora C. Wilkenning any part of well by letting it run on. taining Gil acres, more or less. 10S,0()0 which .Mrs. Wilkenning Is a believer In Cardui, "My mother the At the .some time tuul place foi It did tor others as claims was due her as commission for she saw whatso she began giving well as herself, thVpurptise f Pflyinf? the debt, infor getting the film star a raise to It to me, "It wasn't long before I caw a terest and cost of Isaac Shouse, $10,000 a week. This was the ver chance, tt was just what I needed. amounting on day of sale to $1,- dict of a Federal Jury returned It regulated me. I began to oat and will sell n parcel of. land Daln stonned. Thursday before Judge Mack in the BlceD. and the without doubt; tho best 670.71, I "Cardui Is glad I in Salt Lickj Bath vbunty,K) bound, New York courts. female tonic made, and I am ed as follows: On the north by two can recommend It to others." If sufferine with svmntoms such B.8 of land conveyed to Lizzie Clark County's assessment is $27," Miss Hughett mentions, or other ailments peculiar to women, why not n Il.tTley by Ed Bailey and a parcel G13,0fij for 11)21. Cardui at once? Its merit Is welt said parcels an-- ' established by successful use for mort 'ying hetweut by the right of Way of the Cliesa-piu- k than 40 years. Fortunate Is The Man With Hogs Try Cardui! & Ohio railw-ay- , on the east Your druggist sells Fanners who raised a large crop a id south by Salt Lick and Menifee of corn las' vcar and have a good turnpike and on the west by the SALE COMMISSIONER bunch of hu.'-- s It feed it to are cerproperty of 0. P. Shrout and if it tainly in n position lo be envied by fails to bring enough lo pily the Bath Circuit Court thir less fortunate neighbors. They Wit, interest and cost oE Isaac OF SALE NOTICE arc the ones who arc iu a position to Chouse then the parcel lying between show a profit on their fann opera- Robert L. Bailev, as ndmr of ('ic two parcels conveyed by Ed Bai- Plaintiffs, "" ' T.t7y.ii llililev will bn snld. ilinl Ed Bailey, etc., tions. , versus The difference, between the market i sales fail lo bring enough to Defendant Lizzie bailey, etc. price of corn and pork has seldom ,aid debt, interest and cost, then it;Bv to of a judgment rcndci .11 .sell been as, favorable for the hog feeder nanpj' one ;t -- 1 82-V- 't in Owingsville, Bath county, Ky., sell to the highest bidder the following described parcel of real estate, small house and lot in Bethel, Bath i minty, Ky., bounded as follows: beginning at a stake corner with lot No. (1, thence S 4 E 14.08 poles to a stake rornerwith lot No. G and in John Arrasmith's line, thence X 3 W 4.."0 poles to n stake in Arrasmith's line and corner with lot Xo. S thence X 42 W 11,84 poles to a stake corner with lot No-- . 8, thencti 17 W 3.08 pliies lo The- beginKiiig, containing 33 poles. Being same land vv I niuii jJVULiy .jryuA ; al 3. A Question that is Quickly and readily answered. i The Unihoo Tf i6 Courier-Jounr- LARGEST MORNING CIRCULATION OF ANY KENTUCKY NEWSPAPER nnrl pnlitntioh: tt tiaf Innitbiilli nrt5ir ocapnHnllv R hnrwr infphf. iinoh tnVintr nl?ws . -- to-w- Eve-lute- conveyed to Snnford i)oyle by Virginia Arramith etc, by deed of de ceased in deed book Xo. 82, page 300, Bath County Clerk's office. Sale will be made on n Vredit of six months. Purchaser will be required to execute bond with good urety for the purchase price payable to the Master Commissioner nnd bearing six per cent, interest per nnnum from date of sale until paid. Bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment. The purchaser will be given immediate possession. LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B. C. C. -- V i' 0. , . f first consideration: news bureau at Washington and Franks Maihtains its own i fort Member of the Associated Press. X With important legislation coming before Congress and the Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, the Courier-Journ" . is the paper you will heed. By special arragements we are now able to offer X fnatrfeF i.s- i j ? T $ al r ? t X The Daily Courier-Journ- al Outlook and Owingsville Both one year by mail for only $5.50. This offer applies $ to renewals as well as to new subscriptions, but only to X people livine in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New A X subscritions may. if desired, start at a later date, and re- - X . newals will date from expiration of present ones. $ If you prefer an evening paper you may substitute the A Send ? Louisville Evening Times for the Courier-Journa- l. your subscriptions to the Owingsville Outlook office. j .:m-xx-x:--::-::xx- t -x MOTHERJAVE IT COMMISSIONER'S SALE off-han- d, Cow-cree- k XOTICE OF SALE Fanners Trust Co., as admrs. with the will annexed of Alice Gillon Plaintiffs, versus Emma R. Saunders etc., Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Bath .Circuit Court rendered nt the Februnry term there of, 1922, in the above styled action, I as Master Commissioner of satf Court will oil MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922 bo-gi- tt KO-13- L t- - 1, c:iv.-.w- i cjuiv ai in, V '., in the above styled thcrin, I as Master - iis'r ' - i vt Vase Com- missioner will on - .i. en ny.Trr nancy u tiUzie Jidliey mi which is described ds follows ;. Beginning at the edge of right of way of pcake & Ohio railway Co. 7 . n.nrvr. of-;ai- d r SATURDAY, MARCH 18. 191 at 10:30 a. m., in front of the ' Lick Deposit Bank, Salt Lick, B;imi "county, Ky., at public outcry sel to the highest bidder certain reaL estate as follows: I will offer for pay the debt of Fanners Bank, a traet of land in Bath county, ly7 on the waters of Cow Creek and Licking river, bounded as folb-ws- : Beginning at a point in the Moires Ferr.v pike, eorner .tq dut sjirvj-yed- j to Tr J.. Triplet t, thence, N , th'enorth1 ueinfi polcS364set'-3tike7'ohof Cow rrcek, theneo with "the. meFt andering of said creel; north 20 poles, N 23 E 7.72 poles, N .5 E 7.28 poles S Gl'i E 7.G poles, S SO'.'i E 33.12 poles, S SO E 25.13, S O.i , h E 21 poles, X 32 Vi E 10 polifH a set stake on Licking river nt tho mouth of sajd creek, thence wit'i sai.l river N 34 Y 31.G poles, N 10 E 1.03 poles to a small hickory on bank of Licking river, corneo lot surveyed lo 1'. Aj Triplett, (hence V. 184.07 with V. A. Triplett X 03 poles to n point in tho Jloorej Ferry pike to P. A. Triplett, Uience with tn .... er lf v-o- Lex-irgt- 7 '- f outh side of said railroad, ,i Ed Bailey's store house, coi. then south east on the line of said store douse G5 feet, comr to said SALE COMMISSIONER'S store house, dhencc with Bailey's line west 20 feet corner to 0. P. XOTICE OF SALE Shrout in his line, thence northwest Eliza Stone etc., Plaintiffs, wiih said Shronl's line G5 feet corversus ner to 0. P. Shrout and aforesaid Minnie Piersall, etc., Defendants Sam Ficklin, 1 acre right of way to the beginning and By virtue of a judgment and order should said three parcels sell for less of sale of the Bath Circuit Court, 16-1A. J. Blevins Hrs, ftf.acres .than said Shouse's debt, interest and rendered at the February term, there. Amanda Carper, ttir,. 23, acres a 6.0'J will'then sell the other parcel cosl, I of, 1022, in the above 6.23t . Eliza Coucbj 20 acres land conveyed-bEd Bailey to lizzie t as Master Commissioner of said W. H. Couch, 40 acres 8.25 it : Bailey, Beginning at the i Court, will on 3.2.. Mrs. Eliza Conley, 12 acres northeast eonvr of the Ed Bailey MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922 3.71 Mrs. Lena Caldwell, nr, 26a storehouse at edge of right of way (same being the first day of the reg. 7.90 W. R. Penix, 1 town lot t.f Chesapeake & Ohio railway Co. Marv Ross, 1 town lot tiiar tenn of the Bath county court) tiicncc with the side of said storeD. C. Rutherford, nr, 140 acres 13.33 house as line with said storehouse, at the front door of the Court house southeast 65 feet corner to said store in Owingsville, Bath county, Ky., J. C. Hamilton, 450 A. land $1,063.40 Johnson Shrout, 129a, bal. due SL4-follow8.04 Elizabeth Sexton, 50 acres thence northeast with Bailey's line sell to the highest bidder the No. I, Colored ing described parcel of land in Bath 11.04 J. It. Shront, nr, 90 acres 30 feet to a set stone thence north ' .t ... l on lnL niuers OL T rmK" Xona Caywood, n. r. 29 acres $32.75 William Satterfleld, Sr. nr, 25a 3.90 west 65 feet with Bailey's line to l,,u,"-v- ' Squire Caywood, 5 acres .... ....27.01 James Griggs, nr, 35 acres 7.02" snid right of .way to a set stone nnd Ik .sii creek, bounded ns totiows: Allen Grim v, 29 acres 43.95 Mrs. Nellie Goodan, nr, town lot 5.7 with said railway's lino 30ft. Beginning at a stone in Fleming's thence 4.9S Clay Hart Emily Hints hrs. J acre lLPw 8acres .to the beginning making a lot in size line, thence X 87 W 40.7 poles with David Tlinton, 1 tu.vn lot s 7.30 Elias Hart, 1 town lot line to stak?, thence S 11 7. f7 30 by G5 feet. It is understood that 7.25 Cole Jackson, 2 acres W G links a large red oak tree, Willis me, 1 i lot 8. tfc tho parcel lying between tho two 39.94 J. T. Moore, nr, 2 town lots acres W 12 poles to stake, Haze Ine, thence S 11 1.39 , AY parcels convoyed by Ed Bailey to pike 113,4 W 10.4 poles, S 'J " at . 6.61 Wess Neal, 75 acres W 8 poles to stake, George thence S 43 1324 V 24.37 yoles to Lizzie Bailey has tho same depth 21.3S poles, S acr-- t 4.S5 Olympia Oil & Land Co. 627a 597.C0 thence S 2G W 20 poles to stone, Dick Smith, the beginning, containing 43.:3 acres, they have. Minnie Barnes", ';o:i-- i & lot 3.S1 No. 5 Continued Sales will be made on a credit ot thence S 25 E 24 poles to a stone more or less or enough tbireof to thence S 36 E 17.76 poles to stone in Lonis A. Stull, Hrs. 25 acres 4.65 Bethel ami Sherturne No 2 pay the. debt, interest nneost of six months. Bonds will be made E 3G Crouch's line, thence X 29 John White, 170 acres 126.43 David Anders . 44 ncres 24.53 Farmers Bank amounting oi day of payable to Farmers Bank for the poles to a black walnut on ledge of Johnie Wr? ht, 13 acres 8.05 amount of its debt interest and cost 22.10 S. '.ndera' "o :' res sale to $1,960.50. roc ks, thence N32 E 48 poles to the. No. 5 Colored George - . Baird, 43, 22, Gl and 72 In the event said parcel of land and bonds will be mnde payable to containing 15 acres. Thomas Ryan for the amount of his beginning, 15S.01 Jamqs Barnes, 9 acres acres should not bring enough- - tJay 633 Sale will be iiiiule on a credit of Bard ILr-- s. 40 acres debt, interest and cost, and bonds 34.27 John Coyle, 1 town lot I will offer for sale tit follow sir 6.61 si-months. Purchaser will be re 43.27 Julia Cabnett, nr, 1 town lot Heniian A. Bailey 84 acres ing described parcel or cuoigh there-- f will be made payable to Isaac Shouso 2.60 t: 23.47 James Ewing, Jr., 35 acres for tho amount of his debt, interest quired to execute bond with good Nick Rogers, 29 ncres t) raise the deficicnj 29.59 surety for the purchase price, pay149.0S Chas. Kelso, nr, 12 acres C. B. WT.lmms, It adjoins the lot surveyed to Mrs. nn-- cost. Bonds to have tho force r 114a 2.53 able to the Master Commissioner nnd No. 2 Colored Sarah Click nnd begins t a set mid effect of n judgment ur.1 each John R. Miller, 1 town lot 6.95 G per cent, iuterest per anto T. bond will bear sis per cent interest 7.57 James Peters, 1 town lot Robert Carlisle, 1 acres stake, corner to lot 5.30 ' 25 po!es ner annum from date of sale until num from date of sale until paid. Weedon Donaldson, 1 town lot 17.90 George Peters, 1 town lot J. Triplett thence X b 7.95 Bonds to have the force and effect James Trunibo, 1 :own lot 14.75 Liza Rice, 1 town lot to set stake ne-i- r a s'.Jll b.an -- h, paid. 7.64 l'Jie purchaser wi'I a. judgment. LESLIE SUHl C. M. C. Ti. C. C. of Mo. 3 conic- - t ' Mrs. Sarah Jicfc, i. . William Stewart, 1 town lot 6.95 'e "iven immediate posession. S7 W 48 poles to s. stake, cor- y r?mrjHT Tricjftjug xturinijyj im John M. Bash ford 27a & 3a 23.79 Virginia Young, nr, town lot iiii LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B. C. C. 6.32 ner to Mrs. Click tlie.b S 82V4 E co',.:r:.,;yioNFR"s sale Miss Jennie Craig, 1 acre 1.92 No. 6 to T. .1. 25 poles to n stake cif-iMary Jane Gray, GS acres 10.00 Thomas NOTICE OF S VLK Farrow, 15 acres 19.86 COMMISSIONER'S SALE 43.1 to the Triplett thence X 7 James Highley, 7 acres 11.46 Mrs. George J. R. Peter 0. Fassett 6a. 7.85 Jmr of BATH CIRCUIT COURT eginning containing s"cu and one-ha- lf 7.G3 Purvis Hrs. GO acres Airs. Kate Killon, 1 acre Sanford Plaintiff, 5.32 A road being acres more orl-.-sPlaintiffs, John Purvis, Hrs. 1 acre 2.1)0 It. M. Whitton, ct al., Mrs. Lizzie Sanford, Hrsnr Sa 5.32 versus retained on sanity 15 'ct wide all versus Notice of Sale Sidney Riddle, 1 acre .27 Mollie Fountain Booker, etc., Defendants. 2.32 Pieratt, 2 acres along the north sido o' said' tract of Mary Gray, et al., Defendants. Charley Vincent, n r, 24 acres 7.20 By virtue of a judgment and or7 acres. And if Oth of said By virtue of :v judgment of sat Miss Effie Wells, 60 acres G.G7 tracts fail to bring iiough to pay der of sale of the Bath Circuit Court in tli!-- , 'above styled action at its Chas. Vithrow, IS acres 7.00 'Cold In the Head' at the Febninry term, there Febnicry term. 1022. I wili the debt, i Miss Martha J. Withrow 6a 5.G0 la an acute attach ot Nasal Catarrh. subject to frequent "cold ' in ti e above styled the 'in Tnt dot- - of the Court House in .or siie enough of, 1' J.-bead" 11! And t"i- t tha uw ct NO. 4 is Bank CATAt .Ul MKOlClriS will trail. - f sr-t- l i th T ns Master Cmmission"th- of cleanse the B" otl aul render Tath county on otta Osbr 115 a m 15.10 sy5t jl to pay the will nt a court, J MONDAY, MAI, . U 13th, 1922 tacka ot Acute Catairb may lead to D. B. Oi i 27 acres M0ND,"", MARCH 13, 1922 I -- it I.nron;c vaiarrn. Ferry nt the hour of one o'clock p. James. Otis 2 CATARIUI acres MEDICINE Is ; iaKtfrt internally ana act through tne . .lay of the reg Vsaine-beiiithe er for sale the following real Pan Otis, Hrs- - 2S acres 3.15 w j on tne mucous aurir.cti o tne System, thus reducing the tn lamrn tloa aad U county court) , the CV.GS j ular situated in 3nth county, Ky., I. ". HMllitw. n r. 250 Acre 3L03 All omrtitu circrivt rrw.-P- . vnt dooL oi the Court houio j 4 ti3 .waters of JickLiff river, con- - pLotta Pergrem, 2 acres load .41' r 2.6S 3. Chtr o. Ohto. . w. in (same beihg tho first day of the reg. ulnr tenn of the Bath county court) nt the front iloof o the Court house in Owingsville, Hath county, Ky., sell to the highest bidder the following described, par;el of real estate!: (house and lot) in Owingsville, Ky., on the north shle of Main street, and bounded as follows. On the east by the lot of Mrs. Ida Elliott, on the north by the land of Mrs. Fannie Brother's heirs, on the west by the property of the Christian Church, (parsonage) And on the south by main street, containing about of rin tterc. Sale will be made on it credit of six months. Purchaser will be required to execute bond with good surety for the purchase price, payable to Farmers Tnlst Col as Executor of ,L J. Lacy for the amount ot flMtt- ttiid lil n no iN:inv' ' 1 j ." .ia.siix Coulnmsiciier ana uennng o per cent. rer annum from date of sale until paid. Bonds ta have the force and effect of a judgment. The purehnser will be given immediate posession. LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B.C. C. one-four- th 0 taining 90 acres, known tt1 the home farm of J. J. Whitton, deceased, bounded on the north by the lands of George Gray, on the south by the lands of Cliff Ilendrix and Clay Whitton, on the east by the lands of Jonathan Stephens and the school house lot, on the west by the lands of Mrs. W. II. Williams. Said land will be sold in two parcels, one parcel of 44 acres, adjoining the Mrs. W. II. Williams land, the other parcel contains 46 87-1acres, adjoining the Stephens land, and the school house lot, and then I ill offer said land as a whole nnd accept the bids which realize the most moncy ' Sale will be made on credit, of six months. The purchaser, will le required to execute oni, with approved' surety, to the undersigned as Master Commissioner, bearing siit per cent, per annum from date of sale till paid, and having the force of a judgment. LESLIE SHROUT. M. C. B. C. C. 96-10- Elmer Patton, 55 acres W. B. Pergrem, nr, 12 acres J. E. Piersall, nr, 43 acres Martha Peyton, 1 town "lot W. E. Proctor, nr, 1 town lot Brooks Plummer, 1 town lot Downs 4 Moore, 55 acres John Denton nr, 39 16 acres William Flood, 16 acres James Goodpaster, 20 acres G. W. Goldy, nr, 1 town lot Mary B. Harris, 35 acres William Hood, nr, 80 acres Lillian Kautz, 1 town lot Mrs. Lou Law, nr, 1 town loft S. D Myers, 29acres land Robert Moore, Hrs. 200 acres 6.33 19.37 10.22 9.3.1 G.G. 8.80 9.S0 3.3J 4.6'J 12.57 SHERIFF'S As I will offer SALE FOR TAXES of Bath county, Ky., for dale to the highest and best bidder at the front door of the Court House in Owingsville, Bath county,Ky., nt the hour of one o'clock p. hit oh the MONDAY, MARCH 13, l922f inlrt 82; styled-action,- ! . Uo-w- same being County Court Cay for Bath county, the following property: About 50 barrels of corn in the crib, 4 milk cows, 4 calves, 1 horses, one Liberty automobile, one-hainterest in about 37 acres of tobacco in the barn, about 450 acres of land situated in Bath county bounded on the north by the lands of G. G. Hamilton, on the south bv the Mt. Sterling and Owingsville turnpike, on tte east by the Flat Creek turnpike, on the west by the lands of G. G. Hamilton. All of said property levied on as the property of J. C. Hamilton. 1 will sell a sufficiency of said property to pay the tases of (.aid J. Ci Hamilton for the. year 192L amounting on the day of sale to 1,079.3S. Terms cash. W. A. BOYD, Bath Co. At the ame time and place I will sell the following for taxes : Sharpsburq, No. I lf 16.3J 4J I John Maupln, nr, 1 town lot 8.63 Nick McCarty, .1 town lot 1 town lot ' 5.3 J JoJuvMpOill, Mrs, Anueldia McCarty,, 50 a. . 0.3- -' Earl McClain, 3Lacres. Virgil McNabb, 26 ncres Lewis Adams, 50, GO and 39a. James Blevins, 24 ncres 2.4i Mary Bcacraft, 9 acres land 14.23 Hansford Conn, 42 acres Thomas Caldwell, nr, 52 acrea 33.lo 2.0- Nancy E. Crouch, 8 acres 17.52 acre! Marion Carter, 50 J. M. Colliver, Hrs. 23 acres, 13.03 and 2 town lots 8.8S Sarah Craig, 1 town lot 9.20 Harrison Donaldson, 56 acres 2.90 Maty Pettir, 15 acres 4.' Amanda Sorrell, 7 acres Iaad A. Siiroot Hrs. 12 acres 2J Louts Elizabeth Speflce, nrt 2 cres . Thomas Satterfleld, nr 1 acre Thornton Sneliiilg, 4 &crfis W. H. Tiomas, 189, 188 & 93a 259.20 Ethel Thoapoon, nr, 1 town lot 2.45' Jerry Vanlandingham 25 acres 13.50 18.21 J. M. Vice, His. 175 acres 7.50 Joe F. Williams, 80 acres 46.85 John Williams, 147 acres George Williams Hrs. 53 acres 9.75 R; M. Williams, nr, 8 acres 3,01 John Walton, 1 town lot Martha Yarber, 3 acres No. 4 Colored .' y 7- . 20 J T Flc-idiv- m to-v- 3-- Ma-;on- J.-'-- i J sur-4-ye- s S.. a i Ow'-gswi- i,ig -- 1 - r t' J V