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ILLE OUTLOOK E 3 r- -3 XLlll PERSONAL OWIKGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1922 DUMBER 39 - . .- - . m ' ' Putting Teeth in the Prohibition Law Summer Schcnls to Begin in June The six ' ' summer schools to The most drastic prohibition law V AuHn Boar and family liave"ino Efo re 61 7 to C. Kentucky luw ever known, perhaps be hi Id tht..i..t ..ut the State as a re. ed to Mt. Sterling. tbe mit drastic in force in any suit of the law nsscil liy the (ien-erWm n n Ilinon, of Ml. Sterling, Str.tc in the union is now the law of $50,-00- 0 AssembK appropriating Itioucbt tbe intfcr- I j poul- for the purpose, will begin early Watson lliomils in was here Monday. The measure the Commonwealth. r passed through the legislature with in June jceonl'ng to St'ite Suji't. crv More. Dr. Adaline Bell ha returned .Tackson & (ieorge t olv.n to friends at Cynthiatm. little opposition and carries an The State will pay a ,'und 10 inch llowc high- clause which puts it into half of the expense of the schools V Bull Boyne and Willis Kichardson T. BymnV haril but not to xceed $300. if M:. Sterling., were here Sunday. c'u t at once. IiamS, Each school will have at least two Some of the provisions are as fol. Snedcgnr returned Mouda t instructors, the maximum salary of lows: ' rom CnrUbad much improved uli will hnvc 11 sal For a second conviction of making principal will be $375 and of assist- & yqil-caany- odpaster & Co.'t penitentiary sentence of ant $225, 110 chisj, to be less than Mrs. A. K. Itichard has returneri lernoon at - p. m. V one to live years. Third offense two ten student: nor more than lifty. fruw a t to relatives and friend-- . Any county levying the maximum t ten j ears. vil of Carlisle lo- - 1:1 Louisville. Early Ohio S1.90 Early Rose $1.90 Any person who buys, sells, pos- .school tax will receive $10 a studcttt used in liuying fur-reDonahNon and wife have Eating potatoes $1.40 A Irish Coblers $1.90 larks sesses or transports a still or part of up to lifty, who attend for the full nom. uoved to the houe owned by Dr. V n still on second conviction will get tenu. Any county levying ns much '. fiudgell on Slate avenue. from one to live years in penitentiary. ns 4i) per cent school tax will receive ,s on coal, lumber. S AIr-- . Elizabeth Estill who has been $7.50 a student up to lifty. Any First ofTcnse $50 to .f.'iOO tine. before buying, night y the winter in Texas with which n county levying as much as 30 cent Any building or farm 'nipt delivery. ,2R YOUNG COAL C.t relatives has returned home. still is operated with the knowledge tax will receive $3 a student up to ' a J. M. Kichards hus returned from of the owner becomes forfeited to lifty. ight year old sofx oi Any student who is more than 111 t two weeks stay at Martinsville the Stale. Similar provision is made tr, of near Keyiiolds. Indiana. for the forfeiture of any vehicle, years old and has completed the . 31 tappendiciti Mondax Teachers in l'nmk Stamper, f Havenna, spent boat or aircraft used to transport grades "ay attend. i element ry schools are eligible to atlie week end with his parent, Mr. 'iipior illegally. After conviction for violation of tend free of charge, although counmd Mrs. David Stamper. of Morehcnl, wn ; V. peace bond is rcipiircd be ties not having enough funds "':,.V "Buford fioodan and wife, of near . frillc last week to male Wre charge not $10 tuition for equip- fore the prisoner is released. A thc prave of Henry Mt. Sterling, were guests of Hobert . and wife Sunday and Monday. of $30 for information lending each student but the payment must Sto-icto the conviction of any person for fce freely made by the student. Ira Deskins and wife hr.ve moved The sininc credits w'" l e given for violation of the act is authorized. ep in Stock. to Bichmond where Mr. Deskins is the ludy in the summer schools as is Xo witness will be allowed to . iibcr.. Barn patterns' taking a full normal course in the E. V given by the normal schools for i t" testify because of the 'yrn a specialty. 4 K. S. X. ex- vbe summer courses. but no testimony given v .1 CO., Salt Lick, Ky. Kelly Harper of Catlettsburg came y the witness can be used against fac-- ! ast week to be at tbe bedside of hi him at anjNsnbsequent trial. Week. First Week In May Clean-u- p oepin thej , expect.' to wljo died intithur rriThe Govcrnor'of the Shite and Xo complaint tiled by any citizen ret on her debts i "us-lanight. the State Board of Health name the oflicer shall be dismissed except 'e.s this fall and as us week. Mr. Lewis McCoy, who has on the written approval of the Com. first week in May as Clean-u- p V jmssiMe will begin -foe treatment at a hoxpital in Cin monwealti's or County Attorney and They s;ate in their joint proclamaprincipal. w 4. cinnati for some time, will return jade in open, court. tion thnt reports show thnt sixty out '.his week. Not Tiie Best? nv olDccr who fails to enforce of every 'hundred cases of sickness . --W7e ' out of every hundred SinjrltuComh. Island Ben .urs. .1. t. )i amen, who iius occu lie provision's of the law shall (be and forty-thre- e ihe guest ofsher sister, Mrs. T. .1. yablc to indictment or malfeasance deaths in Keutuckv are due to cgss for scjting, .1.0. for i(5. . 1 Sysdiseases, many of which It. iEU, Steele, of InanHflolis, for the pa JlltS. JNO. f ollice and be subject to. a tine of lir. :h. has returned home, OwingMjie, K Phone Xo. 120 5100 to $1,000 and the office, shall be are the result of conditions brought I y the careless disposal of hu. 'ce'.arcd vr.eaut. . nd ifrs. J. W. Shanklnnd and & Tae capital htock of the Stand.ir-- ' Mi ard Mrs. W. B. Arnold wen: man and animal The acOil ompnny in Kentucky hnr. been gu st- x cumulation of filth and rubbish After The Kaiser of Hell Crick if Mr. and Mrs. Char!t incren-refrom $0,000,000 to $12,- - Higiuaud, at Mt. Sterling, Sunday. Robert Duff, Prohilr'tion Officer ..'tout the home and premises, which "OO.pOO, and the par value has bee- will afford breeding places for flies, Per L. A. GOODPASTER Missrs Martha HarlnK'JJn, Fran returned last Friday frik a raid of 'i' nios(iiioes, rats and other insects or iroin iou 10 5o. ci-Ad.'ns, Jes.-i- o Huggins aitd l'a nhcut t"?n day,, in Lee county, he and v $L- l Mirniint.s which will, us soon as tit J1H1mJ .I)ndlcy.-a.aChar!es:rI!arbcf.in, ej he sheriff' of the county captured 10 Smwlalj fur Saturday, Apr. 15th. rs wr.nn weather sets in, act as tills and four men. Along a yiciuings'iurg, were .here Monday. ,1,1. ulL white, covered nuce' pan oi d;s use germs are notnly cliff iOiout 50 feet high they . iri "uiong inose who are aitcimmg Cit all irhite open aurc pan. am--Iiealth, but areunsigntly ,!oniul n rone dangling from the top week an hit can Renulnc.vnnnshK .A. ftt and lei lion, 4in ci pnde, bei Nktr. and .3Ir. It. W. Kinenid. Prof. Jvhh a rock tied at the bottom of it. in with each $1 purchas-ci' - .5iiuAi (faking this ns a clue they climbed sides con'i'lmting, JLirtin, Miss Alta Chandler E. L. & A. T. BYRON. down the rope to the bottom of the ty's fire hazard. nd Mrs. Cfiarjcs Bristow. liff. Xcar where they went down Af'iYlt. Ky., Monday, April 17,1922 of FOR SAIJ-:- : An assortment Trumr.n KILL THE RATS BOYS! "tJcr, of Mavsliek, Mas. they found a large still in operation Children's on countv, was1 in town Fridav. Tru. Women's, Misses' and Oct ready the traps and dogs an and captured the man operating it. The Kentucky Shorthorn Breeders Association yvill hold the .Hats at reduced prices, at the resi- man is a native of the Sherburne see who can Jiring' in "the most rat Further up the creek the other stills above sale at the stockyards at 1.00 p. m. ,rain or shine. dence of J. B. Junes. Zl ncighloihood but moved to Maso:: were found and three more men ar- - tails. For each rat brought to Boo These Bulls are the best ever offered by the Association, MRS. .1. B. .10XES. tounty this year. both from the standpoint of individuals and' breeding; and es'ed. The iven were taken to? Johnson's shop, two cents will- h CARRIE XIXOK. are Scotch.Scotch topped and American families. .Several .of Sgt..Cabc Sncdegar, who4ias lieen" .Beattyville liefbre Commissioner paiL until the number reaches five these bulliare good enough to head any purebred her.d., visiting his mother on White Oak and In'kcly who ljeld them on $500 bond hundred. .Contest open to both white 1. , For further information apply to , Ttie Jewish people will observe sister, Mrs. Lee Palmer, of thi nnd colored and begins Fridav of uh to the federal grand jury nt S. D. MITCHELL, Secretary, Route 2, Lexington, Ky. this" week hnd continues two weeks. l'a sorer week, or the Feast of un-- i place, has returned''to Fort Thoma iehmond. T.hp 'officers hid been vened bread, beginning April 12, where he has been stationed sine Oo for the rats boys until not one nrncd not to undertake a raid at d continuing for seven days daring c war. sU hat point as it wa& a very danger- - :s left to tell the tale. The contest vtht t:me thev wilL-,- - stain from cat Sam Williams, of Bourbon count' us neighborhood. On the creek Sunder bd'!f.3iecT"fif lift Wom- t jng leaven in anyfprm. t slujie Saturday his broth Vney found n sfore with u Mgn- - in dt.'!6ulWi'lt4kr.GhambermKChmuc i er Robert Wilhanis, of near towi Lid letters, "The Kar-e- r of He:) WCTff?. The Owingsville Graded School Bob has jujXrred all winter am" (jrick." The Kaiser like his proto Fitting Up Golf Course. 'elcc-cTuesday afternoon for t spring with Jblood poisoning in hi type had flown the coop but two of LA Some of our local golflenthusiasrj week in order that the Sup't. aid inn ami hyncw gone to the M'assie 's sons were arrested. Hell Creek ,hay? '.fitted, up might attend the Kentue a small golf "cotfisje onINs one of the roughest ncighborhods hospital at Paris for treatment tire Hat adjoining Robert Shield's Association which con v. to" a in Kentucky and has the right nanje. Walton Ulery. wha has teen residence. The course is not nearly Lcuisville from the 11th to Easy to opcr&lc ltvr Mexico nnd Colorado for soiyi The stills were not more than ninili PC large as the standard course bin the 14th inculsive. Easy to clean :ne for the benefit of his health to apart. scives the local enthusiasts well as De Lav,iiscs, bowl parts and u:rcd Friday for a short visi t FOR iSALE tinware have no tubes,- - crevices. ' Prof. K. JL Coleman, of Cuthbert, they are most all ,atnatfliira at the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arnbros. holes or corrugated surfaces which game. Bred gilts, big type Poland China Uicry before going to Hazard, Ky., ja., who hr.s been instructor of the are hard to clean. subject to register. Also open gilt-an- d )winsvi!lc Band for the past year wlierc ho has employment. Walton's The De Laval discs arc. washed, Beginning Monday, 'April' lOtli, I ha-- i been ver- - ill of IIu a St pigs. his as a single piece and the whole, mahealth vras much improved by the fiave changed my bus line from OwWM. GARNER, at Winchester or the past chine can be thoroughly cleaned in change of climate and his physicians ingsville to Winchester to Paris via five minutes. Owuigsville, Ky. two weeks. Prof. Coleman has been told him that it would be well for him ' The ease with which the De Two .Jrips, aily start. nstnietor of bandsA aid orchestras to return home for the summer sea:ng Laval can be thoroughly washed usual time.. .1 make couj There ore 620,000 dairy cows in son and come west again when the ut Winchester, XichViasville, In'inc and kept in a sanitary condition is. PactJeslly 11 hukson, Olive Hill and Owingsville nccjioiM ntfc.Sterling'with the 7:15 Kcntnckyt valued at $20,800,000, r.c. .now begins to 11 v. one reason why butter made from t'.M C. & 0. train' from Lexington. cteuneriei la ffi luring his stay in Kentucky. He was cording- o J. J. Hopper, head of the liic country us De De'sLaval cream scores highest at ,'! F,SPA MAZE, Mgr., We Jin p.--.y iavil Power Cream the Nariontl Dairv Show. the Owingsville band nJ ' Mrs. Ella Dawson Harper College of Agriculture dairy depart 1 , Separators. Kcp .Line. ment at Lexington. With the excepMrs. Ella Dawson Harper, died it visit Wednesday before going, home m tion of horses, cows are by fr.r the ter home on Main street, Tuesday tor several weeks. He owns a num. Appointed Fish,. and Game Warden. I cr of lots in Cuthbert, Ga., and most valuable animals on the farm. .light a'lout 8:30 o'clock from an J. TV Jcnnnig-s- , Uepfe.!icntntive in ittnek of pneumonia. She was agcl wants to superintend the erection of I have sold my grocery business 54 years, having lieen born Manli some residence property before be the General Assembly of the State Hi again takes up his niusicnl work in for the counties o Buth.nml Rowan to w ells & Kerr and desire to thank 30, 1803. Funeral sen-ice- s will be at the last Legislature has beei customers for their patronage. icld ut the residence to day (Tliurs. Kentuckv. Fisl'aud Gaiuo Warden in lal so wish to state at this time that day) coudu ted by II. S. Fiek'in. An optimist never worries over a District 13 of the State, composed o Mt.,-thoswho owe me accounts should pastor of the Christian Church aiu and .settle n once, as I have .urial will be held at the Owingsville Sursted bubble. He blows another tne counties or Bain, KoWan, Menifee 'hile he waits. Morgan und Elliott. We will pay a reward of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS to engaged in business in another town. cemetery. ' WELLS. REESE any one who can prove that SPEEDMORE will not run an She is survived by her husran' Hi Widter Haq)cr, one son, Kelly llar-pe- r, automobile on a fourth less gasoline, remove Carbon and " d civil herviec examination re- of Catlettsburg, two sisters, ilrs increase power of Motor, when used as direjeted or that tently held for jcstmaster nt Sharp- - Sallie Brother, of Mt. Sterling, ar.J ' j' it will in any way injure the finest' Motor or. Carburetor. "irp J- - C Kelson the present in Mrs. Lcwis Young, of Tat Creek, 'ixnl made the highest ptqvle. Ir tud one brother, Joe I''-.Shs THE SPEEDMORE COMPANV , held a fewVec! was a daughter of Jcffc . Dawson, By S. A. BEAiRD, kjrr!, Dallas, Texas. for postmaster at Salt Lick 'cceased, her mother Mus. Eliz. W. D. BAILEY, Salesman, Owingsville, Ky. zor, present incumbent, madr lice before her marriage, and she ps one of a family of thirtec highest grr.de. 5c hildrcn. ANNOUNCEMENT .Mrs. Harper was a woman of niuny , -' i ... . . . . ooa trails 01 enaracieriinu. sne win Judge J. V. Lane, who rf'Jilr'iV Dr. Scott Goodpastcr, late of Day, THE SICK: H. C- - fiuaKell oon- I missed by a host oC friends who Ohio, has located here fqr the tes very ill at" his. home on main .sold his tr .psrty hero to IJ. JL Good, tn Hi. juiri'liased the Nelson S6.50 rcet. Ur. A. AV. Jones iontinuet j'astcr li. sractice 01 mcdlem and will hav JI citend sympathy to the family In . Olay street in Jit. Ster-liti- jj propert s .otSce on Jelffcrsrstreet in the I Vueir sad loss. about the same of his illness. .Im-ol- i move there soon. He ms lormeny occupiea vy ueicn Kiiu'itid remains ill ai his homo jn .t X M Sunday will !h- - F.aster Sun s now making improvements " tin-barber shop jicxt to the Lyri street tliuiifjh Mimewhat 'propVrJ"feiaratorj to' mo vinjr. "" ""' j- "' "S location. y . ;h Seliool teau High School tear I WILL n af-ie- vi-.- 11 vi-.i- V the highest cash price for eggs, try and hides, at the Estill : livery stahle. Wilnlso jiay the est market price for bacon and j shoulders. Will self you seed potatoes clieaper tlian. buy them t where else. CHAS. WEBSTER t T The Famous PRIMROSE CREAM SEPARATOR needs no Introduction. .Guaranteed to skim 350 pounds milk per hour and st y t t to give ENTIRE SATISFACTION 1 - ! STORAGE V "BATTERIES I Price and Quality right rc-va- rd rc-."- t - Klla'-.Hari'c- y t ,"W!iy it RIi-h'i- re . f t T T are installing all necessary ment to build new storage batteries both for Automp.biles and Farm Light Plants; also to repair old batteries. in charge of an Our workf will pert from one of the host battery tories. All work guaranteed. Give your business. Everything in the : repairing: of your oar can done in r our shop, r nil lino of .Tires, Tubes,. ni(l accessories. can also furnish Electric Light Plants and Water T tems. Come in and talk to us on any of above article. lE.L.&A.T. WINCHESTER BYRON STORE Owingsville, Ky. Phone 49 i 4 Don't feed your family just bread when you maKt liic Dest in tne mnu COODPASTER GARAGE X V at nome or 1 X s vJM-rlM- ;ar-rie- .... pre-':;Uo- 1 - . (V. Fublk Bull Sale Sterling 1 - t y t t f T Y f f f T Lexington JVI aid 4 Flour JUST A LITTLE DIF"ERENr r Us use is WOQLGOTT ' LOUR Mil fl ltsfA'll h X a Ka'.t? With Those Who have Pure Flour and Wonder fully f PXINQTON KA15I fi WQOLCOTT BROS. nemixroax. Wholesome ., Gvj-isi- d f t f t f f r 111 iq-fcrl 1 "Sfii "MILLED FOR THREE GENERATIONS llol . j t : i. .R-- 0. . Owingsville, AA. AA. BYRON ' A."A. Ky. A.. AA. fQfQ ten-hcr- s yy Afc A.. AA. p AA. AA. Alfc. AA. AA. AA. A.. AM. '' AA.t ,V MEN'S TROUSERS Something New All Wool hcad-iiiarte- rs The famous Mayfield Trousers Some dandy patterns at $4.50. Hart, . Schaffiiei-- & Marx" Paiits $8.50 ' at'-tfl- . ifi J, R. BROTHER d CO. MEMBERJm Mi e OUR GUARANTEE LACY-COON- S & CO. Hi SUGAR SUGAR I have 'ft ; a large quantity, of sugar on hand which I will trade for hams, ba" con. shoulders, eggs, poultry;8 etc.Trair JUST RE.! E VED We have just revived a car send load of Northen Oats, V I ,B -- 1 y 1 1 1 kinds of country produce. I will sell per hundred cash sugar at CHAS. WEBSTER t 11 OWINGSVILLE 1V.ODUGE OO. ? "?'4v " i.-- ; .'-.- - - . i 1 I OWINGSVILLE QTJTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. f and that we had cortninly expected to lllrkni.nn A harn belonging to Mr when It Is n question of treasure leave the Island with It In our possesEugene P.etlersworth, at edge of the Increase Your We a ery large trensure, senorl sion." ity. was partially burned. Passers-b- y Normal by, The Scotchman's face was dark. visThe dark Indolent eyes of our Taking hnd It about extinguished by the "I had understood," he- - replied, time Kire Department arrived. A porwithout looking In the dlr c,1)n of itor grew suddenly keen. tion of the roof burned. who seemed by the hervy lashes, they searched the Miss Illgglesby-ISrownIn the Inst few moments to rnvo un" face of Diiguld Shaw. It seemed thnt The World's Create irlnklng what tXuCs found in th'it hold nnd open llMerson A. U Ward, manager of dergone some mysterious EYoin itin iJr.ind Theater movie show, was rahteiiuncp satlstled them. His own process, "that negotiations In Pi.IIre Court on " I ?- - and proper quarter hail been unnfrtaken fnce cleared again. plea nf guilty to operating his place "I think we speak at and brought to n successful conclusion on Suuibi.t a number of Sundays that In short we were here with the Mr. Slmw." lie said courteously, "nnd Hickman An earthquake lusting he continued l operate tils show and express permission of the government that we may better understand each several minutes was felt here. The us lined a like amount each Mon By other. I nm going to tell you a little vibration of Santa Mnrlnn." buildings, rattling shook This was n challenge uhlch Miss story. At about this season, two years dishes and windows. No damage was day. CAMILLA KENYON of Siintsi Xiarln'i, the reported. iigo. the iimy llrowno could not but meet. Ilopkinsvllle A log falling off a wn. "I had," she said hoarsely,' "I had same which now lies off the Island, the assurance of n n person high In wns milking a voyuge of Inspection Louisville Police arrested two men gon caught Joseph Lee Craln, 2, farmthe llnanclal circles of the United along the const of the re jlubllc. It selling amber glass for auto wind er, under it today, crushing his skull 1 States, that through his his Influence wns decided to Include I.ewnrd In shields. The salesmen were not recog-nlze- d and killing him Instantly. Mr. Craln Cocnptoj Copyright. Th was helping to load the wagon when government of Santa Marina the cruise, ns It had been untlslted for with the by Dallas (Tex.) persons they With Firm B (CHAPTER XVIII Continued.) one log became dislodged and fell on In short, a considerable time. I hold no naval gave as references. It would not be necessary 21 lilra. He is survived by his wife. Indeed, we are not n seafaring emrank that he could tlx the president I "I sucroM." said Pupild. "Hint, our ploy bis own term for a considerable people, and the captain of In Golon-drln- a Louisville Petty thieves entered numbers limine most forttiiuitcly di- sum. which I which my friend Miss Lexington More than $S.00O was Is a person from Massachusetts, the ticket office of the Ixmlsvllle and subscribed In the first few hours of minished mid then- - liolnir. on the .leremlah Howies by naine. hut ns the Nashville Itnllroad depot, at LakeHnrdlng gave him." of Peter's tMiouxh to enG Clin: J "And the name of this Influential representative of his excellency I ac- land, shortly before daybreak by forc- the Welfare League campaign for jJjT rich us nil, we should hliare und person?" Inquired tKIMMY JAM"" $110,000 to meet the needs of seventhe Santn Marlnnn, companied l.n (iolondrlim. On hur ing a front door. A mall pouch conshare alike." And this priwa was suavely. teen local welfare and relief organiza at I.ecwnrd I cnine nsh.ire !n the taining valuable letters was received with iirclainations, as was n tions, bringing the total. Including Hamilton II. Tubbs," croaked Miss bout, and found to my surprise n small second from the same source, jdevot- - Ilrowne. precnmpalgn gifts of more than $35,- sloop at anchor In the cove. About trntt " KM., Iiib n certain pereetitnce of each share 000, to nearly $43,000. Senor flniiznlos smiled. the clearing were the signs of recent Maysvllle The body of Ira D. to Cookie, to whom the news of hi If you are hoIIow-ch- e yet I knew that the old "I remember the name well, madam. habitation, d skinned, Til years old, was Wlllett, farmer, good fortune was to come later as a It Is Ashland Prof. O. G. Gilbert, alleged weak or run down and w that of the pretended holder of n German who had hnd the copra con- found hanging from a rafter In his great surprise. out your facs and Dsurt fortune-telle-r and medium. In a few 'oncesslon from our government, who cession here lind been gone for some barn, near here. and normal proportions i Mr. Wlllett dis- minutes became a fugitive from JusShortly before sundown Cuthhert this llmple teat well w few years ago Induced n number of time. No one responded to our shouts appeared and an search was tice, and is being hunted by the poland Cookie were dispatched by Dugald First welsh yourelI at merlcun school teachers nnd clergy and calls. yourself. Next take Mas made for him. IIo Is believed to have ice, who charge him with performing cave with men Shaw to the cliff above the MON two tablets with . llnnnclally Innocent "I turned my attention to the sloop. hanged himself, though no cause for and other supplies for the Inhumec! pirates. persons to Invest in Iniaginnry coffee In the cabin, besides n few clothes, I Then weigh and measu the miracle of changing Uncle Sam s again each week and These were let down by rope. A note plantations, lie had In some doubtful found something that Interested me his act lias been given. currency Into railroad time tables and Mastin's VITAMON con re was brought up on the rope, signed by fashion become possessed dime novels t a cost of $S,000 to you are satisfied with yt chest, of n little very much a large brass-bounweight and energy. Maitin'i WMCLEY'S P-- K Unpkinsvilli Two Indictments, one wen B. Boster, grocer. Mr. Tubbs, unci containing strangely entirely worthless land, which formed of an nntlquc type such as Is common tablets contain highly r charging forgery and the other obtainas well I Jumbled exhortations, prayers and the basis of his transactions. Ills enough In my own country. sugar-coate- d other still more Important ing money under false pretenses, were threats. A second descent of Hie rope frauils were discovered while lie wns Bowling Green "I believe that the (Fat Soluble A and Water t "Of course I had henrd of the many returned by the grand jury against elicited another missive, neatly folded In our country, nnd he was obliged to legends Iron assets of a country are not In Its together with organic not t. of treasure hurled cn I.eewnrd They will and addressed In the snme hand to leave between two days, nccordlng to island. Consequently I wns somewhat ISenjamln O. McKeynolds, former man. banks and great manufacturing plants lime salts. cause gas. but on stomach or ager of the Giant Insurance Agency it much ns In its boys and girls," said trary are a great aid to dlgei Miss Jane Hnrdlng. Cuthhert gave your so picturesque Idiom. Needless overcome constipation and as here, one of tho largest businesses of Mayor Quln, of Ixiulsvlllc, In an adthis privately to me. but its contents to say his application for permission eral conditioner of the whole the kind In this part of the state. must forever be unknown, for It went, to visit Leeward Island for any purdress nt a large conference dinner In Pimples, bolls and skin eruptir to vanish like magic under ltj unread, into Cookie's tire. I had no pose would Instantly have been re the Interest of the Young Men's Chris lng Influence, the complexion, Lexington Floyd "Hasty" Wright. tian Association, nt Bowling Green Y mind to find Aunt Jane, with her um fused, but ns n matter of fresh and beautiful, the fact It was of pale, the lips red I Lexington, lost a light for 10.000 dam- M. C. A. Building. brella ns n parachute, .'nnlshlng over never made." colorless, the eyes bright 1a ages from Clarence Wright, of Paris, dull. So rapid and amazing' the cliffs to seek the anas of n repent In a benumbed silence we met the results that thousands of peopl for injuries sustained in an automoant Tubbs. In ransacking the home Henderson where are now taking to the blow. The riches that hnd seemed bile accident last fall, In which "Hasty" f Mrs. M. J. Hartfield robbers dis fly In the ointment of our satis Viick way to put on weight and ' The within our grasp would never he ours. energy. Be sure to rem em) leg. A verdict for covered a burglar Insurance policy in suffered a broken faction, and the one remaining obstatf name Mastin's We lind no claim upon them for nil n the defendant was returned In Circuit cle to our possession of the treasure, our toll and peril ; no right even to be bureau drawer. They tacked the Inal and Isgenuine else like I nothing there Court by a jury, one Juror declining to policy on the wall of one of the rooms was the presence of the two pirates not accept imitations or sub ere upon the Island. Suddenly I be sign tho verdict for the defendant. Tou can get Mastin's VITAJ In our midst. They were not nice pithey sacked. Tho Intruders also helped gan to laugh; faces wearing various any druggist. . rates. They were quite the least hades of shocked surprise were themselves to all the rare old wines Lexington Nearly 00 per cent of In the home and took a nap In one of choice of the collection. Chris, when turned on me. Still I laughed. the Lexington and Central Kentucky the beds. Mrs. Hartfield and daugh he was not swearing, wept molstly, Harmless Diversion. Don't you see," I cried, "how ridic quota of In the Jewish relief ters are In New York, visiting her son. and so touched the eart of Aunt ulous It all Is? All the time It Is we "Senator Snortsworthy," t campaign has been subscribed, It was Joe Hartfield, New York attorney. Jane that we lived In fear of her let who have been plrntes!" eminent statesman's secretnj announced by Sim Well, the general ting him go if she got the Jupiter Joblots is waiting v. The Spaniard gave me n smile made chairman. More than $2,000 was sub Lexington All cases charging the pay his respects. He poVj brilliant by the gleam of smoldering scribed nt a What to do with the pirates contin at which carrying of concealed weapons here- the ribs and said he hope! black eyes and the shine of white Itahbl Zacherie, of Louisville; Habbi after must be tried in the Circuit a little fun while in Washli, ued for a day and a night a knotty teeth. Marcus, Cincinnati, and itabbi Lowen- - Court after an Indictment has been problem. "Let's see," mused the sei Senorltn, with all regret, I must tlial, Lexington, spoke. It wns Cuthhert Vnne who solved agree." C3l returned by the grand Jury, Circuit Honorable Jupiter listed sf It, and with the simplicity of genius. Judge Worthlngton ruled In grantln constituents as a theoretics "What's In a name?" remarked Du- "Why not send 'em down to their guld Shaw, shrugging. Lexington John Forbes, 4S, died at "We were writ of habeas corpus releasing tionist or the 100 per cent!' chums the way we do the eatsJ" he "He's 100 per cent" . St. Joseph's Hospital of Injuries recelv. Raymond Nichols frcm the city workEntertainment at Home. I. uteu to Be. I fter other people's property, anyway, "That belnsr the ejisc.irl "Ton arc much more perlous In your asked. Tlia exorbitant prices thnt prevail ed In an automobile accident cm Har- - house, where he had been sent to am very sorry about It, Senor Gon Dire outcries greeted the decision. zales, but I would like to ask, If you all over the world led Col. Charles addresses than you used to be," rerodsburg pike, eight miles from LeX' work out a sentence of ten days and take an hour off. Show hTai In. L. Forbes, director of the Veterans' marked the friend. "Many's the time Aunt Jane wept, and Chris wept. don't mind telling, how you happened lngtou, when his machine sldeswlped a fine of $T0 imposed by Police Judge Ington monument, the Wlilte House congress in session. That will be bureau, to say at a reception In Wash- when a mass meeting was held In your Oaths flowed from Captain Magnus In to learn of our being here, so long as a tree on the side of the road, plung J. lUIey. about nil for him, I think." Birmingington : honor, you'd simply hire, a band, tell a turgid stream. Nevertheless the It was not ihrough the authentic ing into a ditch. James Nunnelly, a ham "These unreasonable prices nutural-l- y a few anecdotes and let ft go at that?' twain were led away, flrmly hound, channels. nephew of Forbes; Mr. Forbes and a On general principles, I "Dude" East la dead Tompklnsvllle. mormade men think that post-wa- r young woman, whoso name was not and Lathe York, his alleged slayer, lies "Truer responded Senator, Sor-- and guarded by Dugald, Cuthbcrt and tried to keep the matter quiet." Important to Mothers ality In the business world Is more ghum. "Modern Invention has changed the negro. And the remarkable pro- given at the hospital, were the other seriously wounded as the result of a "We learned In a manner somewhat "This Is a Very Interesting Story, damine carefully every bottle of r morality was. all that. I've cot to fdve 'em real gram proposed by Cuthbcrt Vnne was rapacious than occupants of the car. re what do you gun fight In the York home In the CASTOKIA, that famous old remedy Gonzales." "It used to be that a man was con- thoughts. You can't exjiect a stntes-- triumphantly carried out. Six prison' turned the Spaniard, who, having prewestern part of this county. East was; for infants and children, and see that It tent to hold his own. Today lie In- man to go through life frying to com- - ers now occupied the old cave of the sented the men with cigars and by prepared to find In the chest, what In Frunkfort Copies of the Hash act rushed to a Nashville hospital aftet Bears the sists on holding other people's." pete with the phonogrrphs and the buccaneers. permission lhted one himself, wns fnct I did find there, over a million passed by the recent session of the the tragedy, but died before he could Signature of supplements." With the camp freed frotn the pres making himself extremely nt home and dollars In old Spanish coins. comic Assembly which strengthen be placed on the operating table. York General In Use for Over SO Years. encc of the pirates all need of watch appeared to have no Immediate IntenMOTHER! OPEN "These coins, which were packed in the dry enforcement laws of this was shot twice and his condition Is Children Cry for Fletcher's Castori fulness wns over. The prisoners In tion of haling us awny to captivity In strong canvas bags, were, ns you may state will be furnished state and Out of Luck. crtlcal.' East came here The family were discussing what the cave were provided with no Ira Santa Mnrlnan dungeons. "But before fancy, very quickly transferred to the county officers by Secretary of State declared to be His home was In MaCHILD'S BOWELS WITH only recently. Not in China. kind of dresses they would wear at a I plements but spades, whereas dyna I go further, kindly tell me whether cutter. We did not trouble ourselves Fred A. Vaughan. The law will be con County, Tenn. Traveler The Chinese make It an ' inuey aress DBii 10 which uiey were i mue ana crowoars wouiu DC necessary re- - printed In pamphlet form under the you have had any nh visitors dur- w.lth the unwieldy chest, and It irnnuriArin numm i going. Invariable rule to settle all their debts UDfilA tfvfv to force a way through the debris ing your stay on the Island?' of Secretary Vaughan, mains, I suppose, in the cabin of the supervision Covington Following a preliminary New Year's day. Audrey made the suggestion that which choked the mouth of the tunnel. We have," Mr. Shaw replied, "very sloop, which I observed as we crosseu who will send them to persons whose hearing before Oscar Roetken, United e Yes, but the Chinese they should all wear dresses to match A looking over of the ground at the troublesome ones." the cove to have been washed up upon duty It Is to enforce the law. here, Joseph don't have a Christmas the week be States commissioner, Tour little one will lore the "fruity the color of their hair. daily feeding time would be enough. The Spaniard smiled. the rocks." Hermann, mayor of Newport: Frank taste of "California Fig Syrup" even If in tnat case, sne aeciarea, -- i sun would sec our Tomorrow's Frankfort Schedules for assessing BregeU chief of police; Conrad Katz, fore. "Then answer your own question. 'This Is n very Interesting story, constipated, bilious, Irritable, feverish, should wear nn auburn-coloredress; hones crowned and nil our toll reward These men, while unloading n contra-4igenDugald Shaw, coal lands of Uiis state have been Campbell county attorney; Edward Gonzales," said Don't Forget Cutleura Talcum or full of cold. A teaspoonful never Cynthia would have to wear n golden I ed by the recovery of the treasure band enrgo in a port of Mexico, rfi quietly, "nod 4p you say, your visit prepaied by the State Tax Commis Hamilton, county detective, and Char When adding to your toilet requisites. falls to cleanse the liver and bowels. dress; muramie a gray one, nnu uaddy from the Island Queen. grew tuor." raere- - sion, which, under the budget bill, will vH&re"deprIves us of nothing, but the south' r. ifeoiJer, les Bullet, county patrolman, were An exquisite face, skin, baby and dost In a few hours you can see for youroh, dnddEl What color can you Ip a wineshop, and let It bo known f jy saves us further unprofitable labor, have available $40,000 for the pur bound over to the federal grand Jury. lng powder and perfume, rendering self bow thoroughly It works all the wear, because your CHAPTER XIX. pose of ascertaining the value of the where they were bound when again- We are grateful to you." Bonds were fixed at $000, with the other perfumes superfluous. You may sour bile, and undigested food out of I sha'n't be able to go nt all if you coal lands of the state. Up until this exception they put to sea. The news, after somtj The Spaniard bowed. of Bullet's, which Is $100. rely on It because one ot the Cutleura the bowels and you have a well, play- make that stipulation." Interrupted Twlxt Cup and Lip. delfiy, found its way to our capital. You do me too much honor. But, time coal has been assessed under They were charged with a conspiracy ful child again. Trio (Soap, Ointment and Talcum). hurriedly. father Next morning an event occurred At once the navy of the republic was ns you remark, the story is Interesting. the heading' of lands, mineral rights to beMillions of mothers keep "California 25c each' everywhere. Advertisement. sufficiently astonishing to divert our dispatched to Investigate the matter. It has also the clement of mystery. and leases. The new schedule will ing violate the prohibition laws. It li alleged they failed to prevent Syrup" handy. They know Success. thoughts from even the way here I put In at Pnna- - For there remains the question of have columns showing acres of sur quor On the Now and then you hear of an Ideal today saves a sick child totraffic in Newport. The Sunday school teacher was tuple of the Island Queen. Cookie, what became of the owner of the face In tract, acres of coal in tract. husband but, honest, now, did you morrow. Ask your druggist for genuhis best to Inculcate lessons of who had been on the high land of the sloop. Ills final preparations for leav- value of each, timber and other im Frankfort The new graded school ever see one? ine "California Fig Syrup," which has altruism, nnd had taken as his exam point gathering firewood, came rush ing the Island hnd evidently been provements, acres of coal owned In law passed by tho recent session of directions for babies and children of ple the case of two little boys, one lng back to announce that a steamer made, his possessions removed from fee, value of coal and number of the General Assembly authorizes a Too many people don't want to work all ages printed on bottle. Mother 1 of whom was always ready to grab, had nppearcd In the oiling. All the the hut. provisions for the voyage acres of coal In leases. higher rate of taxation, but In order with their hands. Ton must say "California" or you may while the second was willing to share party dropped their occupations and brought on hoard the sloop and then pet an Imitation as syrup. everything. for the graded school districts to take Hazard 111 In his home, Chester N. advantage of the provision this year he lind vanished. What had befallen "Now, children," he finished impres- - ran to look. That the Ilufus Smith had returned at an unexpectedly carry with It some Lindsay, 28, a deputy sheriff, was shot they will have to make the school him? Did the gold ttolint thacA lirn lini-- mill Miserable With Backache? One plays, as It and almost instantly killed. Ills elder levy between the thirteenth day of deadly influence? Preferred the Sickness. wa? f course tl,e ,la,ual grow 'up Into the successful and re- - eati? Why put up with that nagging backexplanation of the appearance of n Bobby wns ailing, and the doctor spected man?' were, with tills Idea. Imagining the so brother, John IJndsay, at Uaymond, in June, when the law takes effect, and ache? You can't be happy wen eTerT Hut melancholy nnd bloody history of these Letcher County, Is accused of the kill the last Saturday of June, the last left medicine most bitter. And as one voice the class an vessel In these lonely seas. day brings morning lameness, sharp, through the glass the new arrival hooting pains and that His mother coaxed him by saying. swered : old doubloons. How, In the first place. ing. Tli re o shots were fired. No trou date which graded school taxes may feeling. The best way to get well is "Come, Bobby, this will make you well had he found them? Through chance bio was known to exist between the be levied. This information is con "The guy that gits 1" American Le turned out to be not the tubby freight to find the cause of your trouble and er, hut u stranger of clean-curakish by following some authentic clue? brothers. The alleged murderer acted tained in communications sent to the and then you can go out and play." gion Weekly. correct it-- Likely, a cold or a chill build, lying low in the water and deBobby came and tried It. One tiny And then. In the moment of success. like a wild man after entering his secretaries of the graded school has slowed up your kidney and that is signed for speed rather than carrying taste, a wry face, and then he cried, And Senor brother's home. After the murder. It board of trustees by Superintendent of why you have backaches, stabbing pains, he disappears pout !" But Few Ever Learn. Just take capacity, headaches and dizziness. want to be dick!" by is charged, he ran up on Policeman Public Instruction George Colvln, in "I Gonzales disposed of the unknown Certainly the mistakes that we male things easier and help your weakened A mile offshore she lay to, and a blowing him airily from the tips of his William Caudill, putting him to rout which he Inclosed copies of the new Doan'M Kidney Pill. and female mortals make when we kidneys with Simple. fingers. and disarming him. Later Caudill and law with the request that they be Doan's have helped thousands and have our own way might fairly raise boat left her side. Wondering and dls"How can I keep my toes from going some wonder that we ore so fond of quieted, we returned to the beacli to should help you. Ask your neighbor! a iosso arrested Lindsay and took read at length and carefully at the "However, we have the treasure to sleep?" await her coming. Was It another pi George Eliot the main point, is it not? But I have him to tho lockup, after which he was next board meetings. An Ohio Case In." "Don't let them turn rate? What possible errand could brought to the Whltesburg Jail. Mrs. J. S. Harrioften wondered " son. Ill Third Ave.. bring a steamer to this remote, unvls If you would like to hear the rest Louisville According to a prelimin Galllpolls. Ohio, After we have regulated the Ignorance Is bliss generally when lted. all but forgotten little Island? says: "My kidneys Frankfort Besides & prospective ary report that has Just been Issued by of the story," said Mr. Shaw, "we are we might pay more attention to something suspicious the mat were In poor conthere Is 'illegal" indebtedness of $18,000 by the United States Department of Com. As the oarsmen drove the boat upon In a position to enlighten you. That regulating humanity. dition and I had ter with one's insldcs. special In merce, through the Bureau of Centhe beach the man In the stern sprang we are so, is due entirely to this young July 1, W.urren Peyton, such a weakness in mr back I could agilely ashore. Dugald Shaw stepped spector In the Department of Educa sus, the total mortgage 'ebt on own lady. Miss Virginia Harding." hardly lift. Heavy forwurd, and the stranger approached, pains bothered me The Spaniard rose and made obeis tion, in a report on the office of ed homes and farms In the state of ana my nerves donlng his helmet courteously He resumed his Franklin County Superintendent for Kentucky in 1920 was $102,354,(538 and ance profoundly. unstrung. I You are the American und English no longer the four years under the last administra the total value of thsso mortgaged seat, prepared to listen felt tired and generally run down. party who landed here sone weeks tion, criticises the lack of complete homes and farms was $3l7,42(lS'!:t, the government official, hut the cordial Pillll ago from the Ilufus Smith?' minutes of allowance by the board of mortgage debt thus representing 32.2 Ilnin'i Kldner and interested guest nnd friend. neys and the backache were driven claims paid. English was easy and correct Ills The story, of course, wns a long COMPANION TO THE GOODYEAR per cent of the total value. from me." though spoken with a pronounced The Remarkable Program Was Trl one. Everybody took n hand In the Get Dots' at Any Store, 60e a Boa TREAD Bowling Green The Bowling Green Spanish accent. Ills dark high-feMilton The assessor's books show tellln;, even Cookie, who was umphantly Carried Out. tured face was the face of a Spaniard from his retirement In the Trust Company Wed suit In the War there are S00 dogs listed In Trimble ma, where certain Inquiries were sat kitchen to receive the glory due him ren Circuit Court alleging that the county. Records at the county clerk's And his grace was the grace of CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. Spaniard, as lie bowed sweepiugly and lsfactoriiy answered. There were ns a successful strategist. The Jour Setter Amusement Company was In office show licenses have been paid those In that port who had made n nal" ot Peter wns produced, and the solvent and asking for the appoint on SI dogs In the county. Officials handed Mr. Shaw a card. Senor Don Enrique Gonzales," said shrewd guess at the destination of the bags of doubloons handed over to the ment of n receiver. say they are "going to start some party which had shipped on the Hufus representative of the little republic. Dugald, bowing In his thing." Frankfort The Court of Appeals fashlpn, "I am happy to see you. But Smith. I then pursued my course to I even offered to resign the silver "Vaseline" Carbolated today decided that H. C. Combs was you represent his excellency the Leeward. But admit, my friends, that Lexington as Prohibition Director which I had found In the secret Petroleum president of the republic of Santa I have not by my arrival, caused you locker on the Island Queen, but this the duly elected chief of police of Sam Collins was notified of the reIn a factory devoted exclusively to manufacturelec- covery of his stolen Bulck roadster Marina I suppose you come on bus! any material loss. Except that I have excess of honesty received Its due re- - Hazard at the last November is an effective, antiseptic ing Goodyear Tires for small cars, the two tires tion, the opinion by Chief Justice about a mile and a half from Millers-ness, Senor Gonzales?" unfortunately been compelled to pre wanl. first-ai- d dressing for cuts, illustrated above are made. being "Precisely. I am enchanted that sent you to yourselves in the charac "The doubloons being now In the HurtFloyd handed down In the case burg on tho Maysvllle pike. He will wounds and insect bites. II. Bilker, mayor, et al. send to Mlllersburg tomorrow for the One is the famous 30x3 Goodyear All Weather you apprehend the fact without the ter of as says the young lady pi possession of the Santa Mnrlnati na of Ithelpsprcventinfcction. tiresomeness Tread Clincher. of explanations. machine. For rates madam, I speak under correc tlon, I beg that you will consider as against Combs. Hon I have done you no Injury, eh? your own the Island Queen nod nil It business is a cold, usually a disagree By long wear, superior traction, freedom from CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. Cynthlana James A. Payne, who Louisville A satchel containing the able affair. Is it not so? That being And that for the simple reason that may contain," suld Don Enrique to (CowtoltiiiTrJ) skidding, and ultimate economy, the Goodyear you have not discovered what you me with as magnificent nn air as was school superintendent In Hardin day's receipts amounting to about the case, let us get It over. New York -State Street All Weather Tread has won unquestioned co. for two years, has accepted a sim- $600, was stolen from a locker at the required to though the "First do us the honor to be seated, sought, hence cannot be hulk of leadership. position In Harrison-co- . He was Kentucky Theater here. The locker Senor Gonzales." surrender it." wrecked sloop were really n choice ilar elected for the remainder of the was opened by means of a skeleton Comfortably bestowed in a camp-cliaAs a companion to this tire there is the Goddyear We looked at one another doubtful gift to bestow on u young woman. school year and three succeedin; key, police were told Saturday. In the shade, the Spaniard re ly. The ambiguous words of the bpan. 30 x 3 Cross Rib. ITU litt I.'UM1KUU.) years. sumed : lard, the something humorous and Built of the same high grade Egyptian fabric and The Value of a Disguise. "My friend, this Island belongs, as mocking which lay behind his courtly London Mrs. Nat B. Sewell of with a long wearing but differently designed Louisville 'T offered a loaf of tills city has sent to Governor E. P. "Who Is that fellow talking to Sen of course you are aware, to the re- manner, put us quite iu the dark. tread, this tire offers unusual value. "He's a profes bread as my street ear fare," Michael Morrow her resignation as member public, of which I have the honor to be replied the ator Shortworthy?" "Senor Gonzales," 1 CarbSlaTE!5 a citizen. All rights and privileges, Scotchman, after n moment's hesita- sional lobbyist." "He's rnther shah O'Brien, 30, told police at the Jeffer ot the State Library Commission, to Over 5,000,000 of these tires have been sold in "A lobbyist doesn'i son Cunty Jail, "but the conductor re be effective at once. She was apsuch ns harvesting the copra crop, are tion, "it is true tlint so far only n blly dressed." years. the last five strictly conserved by the republic. All negligible amount of what we came to care to advertise - the fact that he's fused to accept It." O'Brien was ar pointed by Governor A. O. Stanley, Their quality and serviceability have proved to persons desiring sucli are required to And lins rewarded us. But I cannot drawing $10,000 c- $15,000 n year for rested, charged with breach of and has served three years as chair thousands of motorists the folly of buying negotiate with the minister of stare of In honesty conceal from you that we doing nothing In particular." Binning. the peace. man of the commis' and unguaranteed tires of lower price. the republic. And how much more. know where to look for the rest of It. ham PERSIAN SALUTATIONS SIAMESE NATION OF GAMBLERS Ask your Goodyear Service Station Dealer to strength close to her bed nnd when, ns had be advantages. explain their steady ones nre bulwnrks of When a Persian Inquires about your Everybody gambles in Siara. When Men Girls Love and confidence. And what man doesn't come sail habit, sleep would not come. aesSVi Cress Rib Fabric . . . $10.95 to she reached out in the darkness, found you go out for golf at the Royal Sports health, he asks: "Is your nose fat! secretly hanker to be the sturdy oak Fabric . I4.7S 36x314 opWhen ne wants to thank you he says: it. A few minutes nnd Grown Steady men well, they are tho some sweet girl's vine? Laurel Gray the tablet went tooksleep nnd so contln club, your caddyonbets with your And "May your kindness growl" or "May Cord . . 18.09 36x3 your game. to ponent's caddy later she Nursery Stock. Fins canTUsinz outfit FRSH. . 2.80 princes of the matrimonial market- In the Detroit News. 30x3V4 Heavy TourUt Tub till morning, when she woke much If your game Is not so good as It your shndow never grow less I" Instead Cash Commission Paid Wtektr. WRITS lor ttrms. ued place. Steadiness means stamina and 2.25 30x3 Regular Tub NURSERY CO. refreshed. But then she saw that the Bhov'id be, your caddy will deftly pick of swearing by "Jerusalem" or "Oh, THE COLD City. Another Cure Discovered. dependability, and It Is about the most W.Va. Mnson Ittnufmctam' tmx extra was still on the table. up your ball with his toes, unless you Boy," or "By JImlny." he swears by A tnle that Is told affidavits go with hypnotic disk a girl can expect precious streak was n smnll watch him. nnd carry It Just n little your salt, by your beloved life or by man. A chap who Is 100 It If required Is of n woman who, though missing herefrom to find In a button that she then remem than you were able to your "sacred whiskers." Unfortunately t'snldentlul Agent, licensed, bunded, termer sprt, transarrs business, conducts EOvt per cent steady will streak a brighter while recovering from the current af- norcelaln having been there the night bit farther From the Heavenly-Roya- l X. T 1'itjr. Hlchut he could never swear by the whiskers drive ltl herself a bered as flash across the i or any maiden's fliction of Influenza, found Hearing before I This story illustrates again City of Slam, by Florence Burgess of an American, because he has uoue. Wn J. Large. 1 Court St . Brooklyn. N. T. horizon than his csval who may "h victim of obstinate lnsomnln. are wU acqwiatwl and ijLve linllCV If youto nuua mm profltable Exchange. of folth and Imagination. Ueehon. In Asia Magazine. Flwrtfa IHUflCI want ; this woe. her doctor gave her a d the powers j.uueGirls id thrice wli In conienlal wort, write Cbas. Manioc. New xorK ml? floor' W. T. Wauonar Bldt-- , 1 Worth. Tana. p Aaaa-Thl' fellows. upou he e she put on a table A i WRKLE W Spanish Ilolf-vcllf- d NEWS CULLINGS TANL. 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The papal tiara worn by Plus XI Is a magnificent sample of the goldsmith's and Jeweler's work. It Is formed on a basis of very tine felt cov- NOW DO MY WORK WITH EASE Because Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Restored My Health but there didn't OPERATORS DEFEND POSITION AT. VITALITY! VITALITY! VITALITY! You Must Have It to Keep Your Job, Your Friends, Your StindaySchool T lUy llfcv. 1. U. FITZWATliH D. ).. ' her of English Ulble In tl Moody i. . nstltute of Chicago.) tTl'ittti. 1923, Western Nawapaper Union. STRIKE Lesson T UNIONS CHARGED WITH TEMPTING TO SET UP SMOKE SCREEN" Negotiations terly PALMER'S L0T10H SOAP CONTAINS THE WONDERFUL AK'n I Iter it ALL DRUGGISTS. j.'jlf SOLON miw roan PALMER !G PIN TOBACCO . as good land it and you know wla tanBBaBflflflflBaaaaanaMHBaH 1 Reduces Bursal Ealarce reents. Thickened. Swollen . ered with a kind of bllver mesh on which there ore three crowns. Each of these consists of n good bund of ex tremely light construction, bet with Jewels and edged with two rows of peurls. There nre IK) pearls In eiich row, making 510 poiirls in all. The first crown Is, in addition to the pearls, udornod In the order given with 10 rubies, three emeralds, a hyu- clnth, an nuuamariue, three rubles, a sapphire nud eight gold points with the gurnets und two llalas rubles. The second crown has ten emeralds, eight Halus rubles, one chrjollte. two aqua marines, six small rubles and three supphlres. In the third are 10 small Hnlns rubies, three larger Halus rubles, foui sapphires, three hyacinths, three uqua- marlnes, one gurnet, eight gold tlnrnl ornaments each with two emeralds. one Halas ruby, a chrysolite mid eight gold loIiits, each udorned with it gur net. The top of the tiara Is covered with a layer of thin gold. In which there tire set eight rubles und eight emeralds. This gold covering Is surmounted by a golden globe enameled In blue, on top of which Is u cross composed of eleven brilliants. Pluully the faniotis of the tiara, which bear the arms of the new pontiff, are adorned with topazes, emeralds and other Jewels. Altogether, without reckoning the sir rows of valuable pearls, there are 140 Jewels of various colors and eleven Spavin Lameness, allays pain. J Does not blister, remove the J hair or lay np the horse. Only a few drops required at each application. $2J0 a bottle at sts or delivered. Book X A tree. tCNC. be 311 TeauJe Sl. SpriatCeU. Him. , lTlBiBe,CBrb8,Fllled (Tend obi Soreness from Braliet er Strains; stops brilliants. Engineering Triumph. The costliest theater In the world Is nenrlug completion, says the Mentor Magazine. It is the National theater of Mexico at Mexico City, which will cost approximately yJO.OOO.OOO. This huge structure prebcuted its builders with an engineering puzzle that has finally been solved. The whole City of Mexico Is on the site of an ancient lake. Usually foundations are omitted from Mexican buildings and their place taken by a thin Inycr of concrete and steel, which extends for a considerable distance around the Itegular foundat ons were building. with laid for the tlietiten, girders. They started to disappear bo fore the superstructure was erected. This has now been remedied.. J , Shaw and His Critic 'rd Shaw is not the hardened , that ho has sometimes lieen He Is full of pood humor. ne ago he was rending si par iltter attack on himself. to him by one of his friends. . Uie clipping attentively, and rnlng to his friend, said: ,tppallngly this follow punc- ls sentences. in Sugar. We eat too much sugar, and we usu. SWAMP-ROO- T ally take it In too concentrated form, says George K. Cornforth, writing ou ' Kor many jiupgifU have watched "Use and Abuse of Sugar" In Life and with much n- . t he remarkable record Health (Washington). If we should eat r ilmer's Swamp-Roomaintained iy the great kidn7 '. r and bladder medi- sugar lu no more concentrated form thun that In which It grows, we should cine. not eat enough to do us any harm, It it a phytic ii. .c3cription. Swamp-Roo- t rtrengthening medi- thinks Mr. Cornforth, according to the Hut In the concine. It helpa :h liver and blad- Literary DIgesL der do the m.r"t mture tit adH they centrated form of candy, confectionery, ahould do. sirups and foods sweetened with granuSwamp-Roo- t has tlooa "i xrui ears. lated sugar, its taste Is so much enIt it aold by all druggist an a rcrit joyed and it Is so nutritious, that It Is and it should help you. No oltcr kidney very easy to eat enough to be detrimedicine has so many friends. Is lie sure to pet Swamp-Roo- t and atari mental to tho health, or rather, It very hard not to do so. treatment at once. However, if you with first to test this Secret of Terror. treat preparation rend ten rents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Ringhamton, X. Y., for a A physlclnn tells the New York jemnle bottle. When writing be sure and Times a story to Illustrate the fear of tion this paper. Advertisement disease. A great novelist once went to consult a famous heart specialist Market Shifts to China. about a patu which was causing blm T cause of the disturbed conditions came the la Jtussla, Leipzig has been deprived grave anxiety. Before he one of his f It place as the fur center of the doctor took occasion to read world, which has now been shifted to stories which dealt with terror of a Mukden, China, Mnny American firms child In the dark night. The doctor have representatives located there. asked the novelist this question : "Why Prior to 1915 practically no shipments did you omit to describe what It was of furs were made from Mukden, the child sawr "Ah," said the other, whereas the value of such shipments "that Is my craft. The child did not know what It saw. I would not have now nmounts to $2,ri00,000 annually. the reader know, either. Tbe secret of terror Is mystery." Something Missing. She Ton are a perfect dear I He Not perfect, darling, you have ay heartl Wayside Tales. Curbing of Profiteers Legal DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND yr T t, . L.i.--.-.- - tt. , .r SBBBBBBBsflr iaaaaK iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Washington. The New York SLite rent law of 1920 was held to be valid by th Supreme Court. The Court, In Its decision, which was delivered by Associate Justice John II. Clarke, held that the emergencies declared In the act existed at the time the law was passi'd and that the act was a proper exenrise of the police power of the state for the general welfare. Associate Justices Joseph McKenna, Willis Yandevantcr and James C. Mclteyn-old- s dissented. Regularity Is Important. Regularity in feeding, watering, milking and general care of the cows Is Important during the winter feeding period. Protection for Calves. Calves must be protected from cold drafts and dampness, be supplied with fresh air and permitted exercise. Skim Milk far Poultry. Skim milk Is stuff, but !t may be put to good use In tbe poulg Lord's representatives have His life In The barrenness of our efforts Look for Name "Bayer" on Tablets, them. to Is due our failure to take by faith Then You Need Never our equipment. Worry. 3. The disciples' authority (v. 23) To get genuine "Bayer Tablets of "Whose soever sins ye remit, they are Aspirin" you must look for the safety "Bayer Cross" on each package and on remitted unto them- ;-- and whose soever h ye reta'n. re retained." Thl each tablet. y a.i.'.dty v u .f offlci s The "Bayer Crossmeans true, i tj vlrt'n i.viiir "n Hoi- Aspirin, prescribed by physi.. i !! 'itfrto' cians for over twenty-on- e years, and O' im. J'r:s k- iH "V discernment to 'ii ! ! or n, ' proved safe by millions for Colds. Headhad not repented, an! i.oicii-,,''- . ache. Earache. Toothache. Neuralgia, Lumbago. Neuritis, and for Pain In to pronounce pardon or not. II. Jesus Manifests Himself tc the general. Proper and safe directions are In each unbroken "Bayer" package. Disciples, Thomas Being Present l7. Advertisement Thomas was absent nt the first appearance of Jesus. His nbsence deThe Whirligig of Time. An o'd Arkansas man remarked the prived him of a vision of the Lord. Abother day thnt 'Times ain't like they sence from the assembly of believers useter be. In the old days the men always occasions loss. The other disput powder) In their guns and went out ciples go to Thomas at once with the to hunt the deer; but nowadays the glad news of th resurrection, but he 'dears' put powder on their faces and will not believe. His stubborn disbego out to hunt the man." Boston lief Is such that he doggedly declares Transcript. that unless he sees the prints of the nails, etc., he will not believe. It Is It remains unhappily true that an right to demand evidence, but to preutter optimist can provoke as many scribe terms Is rank unbelief. Note: yawns as an utter pessimist. 1. The Lord's kindness to those who world-famou, . 20-29- ). LESSON FOR APRIL 16 Horncll. N. Y. "I was in had health eeem to be any one thing tne matter with me. EASTER LESSON I was tired out all over and it was an efM:19-3M TEXT-Jo- lin I fort for me to move. GOD'i N TEXT The Is rlaen InI was irritable and deed. L'4ko n M. could not sleepnights riUMtlt AND JUNIOlt TOriC Tha and had trouble with First Kiibtcr. my bowels and at my INTEIIMEUIATE AND SENIOR TOl'lC Why Wo Observe Easter Day. periods. It seemed VOUNu I'ti'l'LB AND ADULT TOPIC tnatnearly every one -- The t ..t Uellff in Uie lteaurroc-lloaround me knew of your medicine and I wanted me to try it, I. Jeiua Manifests Himself to the so at last I took Dlsciries Thon.- - Belna Absent (vv. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetablo Tablets and Lydia E. Pinkham'a ll- He tp- iretl to several of Ills Blood Medicine and improved every day. I do all my own work now except the ut fceerul different times during washing and do it with ease. I can ac- that day. This Is the Urst appearance complish as much in a day now as it to the disciples as u uody. The rumors would have taken me a week to do last winter and I try to pet every ono I know of Ills keveral appearances on thnt duy to take your medicine to build them up. caubed the disciples to assemble to You aro welcome to use this letter as a tulk over the matter. For fear of the testimonial if you like." Mrs. Chas. Jews, they met In u private room and Hornell, N.Y. barred the door. While they were disBaker. 21 Spencer In almost every neighborhood there cussing tho strange happenings of the are women who know of tho value of duy, the Lord mysteriously appeared Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetablo Compound. They know because they have before them with Uie greeting of good taken it ana havo been helped. Why cheer, "I'eacc be unto you." He did not come with, censure for their faildon't you give it a trial 7 ure and AD angels desertion. At His birth the announced "Pence." Just before he took His depurture, He snld: "Pence I leave with you; my peace I give unto you" (John 14 :'J7) ; "Let not your heart be troubled" (John 14:1); und now Uie first word after His resurrection is "Peace." Having calmed Life t3 a burden when the body-i- s their fears, He gave them an unmisracked with pain. Everything takable evidence of Uls resurrection. worries and the victim becomes "And when He had so said, He showed despondent and downhearted. To unto them His hands and Uls side. Then were the disciples glad when bring back the sunshine take they saw the Lord." Their doubts ueeded to be scattered, and His peace needed to be upon them. Consider: 1. The disciples' commission (v. 21). "As my Father hath sent Me, even so aTLMIllaM send I you." This commission was not simply to a class, as the eleven, but Is The National Remedy of Holland for over to nil Christians. In Luke 24:33 we 200 years; it is an enemy of all pains resulting from kidney, liver and uric add find that there were others thcro In that meeting besides the eleven when troubles. All druggists, three sizes. Jesus showed himself to them and Vsok for tho nama Cold Medal on every bos aad accapt no imitation commissioned them, showing thnt the commission Is not confined to n class Pressure of Necessity. or order, but Is wide as the Christian During my college days I went out body Itself. All Christians, therefore, one evening with a young man friend are envoys and representatives of and discovered upon my return that I Christ. The exercise of this great had forgotten my house key. Not function Is not merely optional with liking to arouse the sleeping household tho ImllvldmtJ, but Is obligatory upon we Investigated tho windows and him. The Lord placed It upon a plane found one which would open. with His own commission from the I had Just climbed Inside when I Father "As my Father hath sent me, heard a man's voice call out: "Who's so send I you." 2. The disciples' equipment (v. 22). thatr "It's Just Lulu," I answered, reas- "He breathed on them, and saith unto suringly. them, Becelve ye the Holy Ghost." "Well, who In thunder's Lulu?" The mtsslon of the disciple Is a very I had got Into the house next door. great one,- - but every one who goes Exchange. forth In Its execution He clothes with the power of a new life by the bestow-meDON'T FEAR ASPIRIN of His spirit. No one who has IF IT IS GENUINE this equipment shall ever fall. The n Are havored By DaughOld Time Familiar Tactics Upon The Part of Unions, Is Assertion of Spokesman For The Happiness Washington. Defence of the bituminous coal operator-.- ' position In refusing to negotiate a central agreement with the miners' union was given by T. II. Wiitklns a ipnkesinun for IVnn. producers, heforo the House Utlior Committee In Its Investigation of the coal strike, and at the same time an Intimation was given liy Hurry 51. Oatigherty. through a letter from htm which wn read Into the record, that the would faro m prosecution unlaws if the.v again saw-Ilder alill-tru- t to IK national wage-- , in the linlustrj by such tin agreement. Other deelcitiients included a statement by Secretary Herbert ('. Hoover, upon his return from the Wot, that reorts, presumably from nonunion coal Melds, showed that bituminous mined Monday after the strike had been called amounted to r72,XK) tons and Tuesday to ."V42.(XX) tons. Mr. Hoov. er declared, however, that the time was Insiillieient to Justify any deductions being drawn from these figures in their possible hearing upon the question of sulllciency of supply. John I. Nolan, Chairman of the Committee, also made House from public telegraphic messages representative operators hi the central Held which, he said, "were not entirely hopeless" in their refusal to accede to the committee's request to renew interstate negotiations with tho union. "They did Indicate," he stated, "a spirit of willingne.-- s to meet the men In their own districts." 5Ir. Watkitts, In appearing before the House committee, attacked the United 5IIne Workers of America as "setting up a smoke screen, familiar union tacoperators with tics." In charging breach of contract. The union Itself, he said, "was breaking the contract, because it refused to meet with mine owners in tho great producing districts of the country outside of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and Western Pennsylvania to tlx scales." mini-owner- s l IIB11IIIII Kir-.-- Com-pou- dls-cljil- A-e- ., Thousands of thoughtless people needlessly let themselves run down The day comes when, In health. wit t a terrible shock, they suddenly ren'lze that they are permanently pro. i':. In health. For your own sake In i well. If you feel weak or run or do not sleep well or are nervous and have a poor color, don't wait Uude's until It Is too late. taken with your meals for a few' weeks will restore your good health, give you renewed strength and vitality for your dally work. The healthy life Is the only happy life do not let It slip from you. For thirty years Glide's has been helping people who were back to good health. It was made famous by the medical profession. Sold by druggists In both liquid and tablet form. Advertisement. V-.Pepto-Mni-;Pepto-Mangan run-dow- n wASPlRIH WARNING I Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by. physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Pain, Pain Earache Lumbago Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Atplrla la taa trade mark at Bjir Also bottles, of 2-- and 100 Druggists. kfaBifactnn ct ifososorUeacticstar at SallcjUcacU HORSES C0CC1ONQ? USE Spohn's Distemper Compound to break It ap and -s.t th.m back In condition. Twentr-alf- bt yeara' uer baa made S TO I IN 3- - lndlipnbl la treating Coot b a and Colda. Inflacnsa and Platerapar. with tbelr raaaltlnc eorapll-catlon- e. Acts and all dlaeaaaa of tha throat, noa and Ionia. marr-Hoi-aaa a preventive, acta equally welt aa a cure. Obtainable ta two alzea at drug atoree. OOSKEX. INDIANA SPOirN MEDICAL. C01IPAXT OLD BOAT NOW POWER PLANT Former BETTER-DE- Mississippi River Steamer Seems to Have by No Means Out. lived Its Usefulness. sun-Ivor- s COLD MEDAL One of tbe of the days made famous by 5Iark Twain's "Life on the Mississippi," the steamboat Andrew Paddock, Is now serving as a power plnnt nt New Orlenns. Perched high In the air on stilts, smoke still belches forth In black mnsses from Its tall stacks, hut the stem wheel that once churned the murky waters jof the river is motionless. The captain and crew of the "Andy." as It was affectionately termed by the negro roustabouts, were transferred to other boats, and the crew now consists of two liremen, each of whom Is addressed Joctilary ns "captain." The numerous passing craft Invarlnbly blow their sirens In salute, and old "Andy" always replies vigorously from Its position Just beyond the water's edge. WESTERNofCANADA Irmd Prosperity-- . MT - . offers to home seekers that cannot be secured elaewbere. The thousands of fanners from the United States who have accepted Canada's RRierous offer to settle on FREE homeatesds or buy farm land in her provinces hive been well repaid by bountiful crops. There la still available on caay terms Fertile Land at SIS te $30 an Acre similar to that which throosh many Tears has yielded from 20 to 45 bnahela ot wheat to the acreoats, barley and flax also In great abundance, while raisin a horses, cattle, sheep and hosa Is equally profitable. Hundreds of farmers in western Canada have raised crops in a shurle season worth more than the whole cost of their land. With such success comes proanciity. independence, good homes and all the comforts and conveniences which make life worth lhrinv. are sources of Farm Gardens, Poultry, Dairying OLIVIA Of STONE IS ACQUITTED Murder Crowd Greets Verdict With Yells And Cheers nt : Dyspepsia Soon Disappears When You Take TANLAC 25.000.000 Bottles Sold : : hnve difficulties. Thomas deserved rebuke, but Jhe Lord kindly supplied the evidence which he demanded. 2. The revelation of the Lord transforms a doubter Into a possessor. III. The Conclusion of the Gospel In these verses John's arguments nre summarhred, and an explanation Is given aa to why he wrote this Gospel. Many other things could have been written, but these that he wrote he judged adequate to prove his point: To prove that (1) Jesus of Nazareth was the expected Messiah; (2) that He was divine tho very Son of God; (3) that those who believe on Hlra as God's only Son the Messiah would receive eternal life. Eternal life Is In Hlra and only ns He Is appropriated by faith can men be saved. God Is Victorious. He bowed His meek head to mortal pain for a time for us men and our salvation. If Ie emptied winw'f of His glory voluntarily In or ' i fo 'I this for us, If He, on Eastc y. thj the power of the Father rosr rt grave and said on Eastrt r,) r'.ir., s d, "I am Ho that Uveth and and behold I am alive for evermore. Amen, and have the keys of hell and death" then I have got a gospel of victory, tnen I have got a gospel of hope; that great enemy Sin and that great enemy Death were met In fair fight and were conquered by Jesus Christ, and God is victorious. The Bishop of London. (w. 3W1). Mrs. Blanche A. Lewis Warren, Ohio "After a seriorfl lege of Influenza I took Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery as n tonic and builder and it benefited me so Much that I take the greatest pleasure In recommending It As a tonic after an acute and prostrating Illness Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Is unequalled.'' Mrs. Blanche A. Lewis, CURES COLDS 7 LA GRIPPE r CASWW01JININE STAMMRDr At W K A V pm COKTANi, Drttii9 IETJI0rT Hilt CVaff r. IWfMitaJ ret fcl an! sucMtmrc. si swallow sr. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DIscov. err Is a well known tonic and bulldet try yard. that can be procured In tablets or CINCINNATI MARKETS liquid from your neighborhood drug-gifor send 10c to Dr. Pierce's InvaHay and Grain lids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y for a trial pkg. of the tablets and write for free Obm No. 2 white 01(2e No. 3 medical advice. ragCO; No. 4 while TuhiSl&tti: No. 2 t Cuticura Soap The Safety Razor Shaving Soap Catiearm New York. "Not guilty!" The age-ol- d verdict for women on trial for their Bell-a-n the Supreme lives echoed through Hot Court in Hrooklyn where for nine days Ollva 51. P. Stone, of Cincinnati, nurse, Relief has sat lu torture and answered to the charge that she murdered Kills Guy ELL-AN-S Klnkead, former Corporation Counsel 254 and 75$ Packages. Everyvrhere of Cincinnati, In Ilrooklyn last August. The Jury came lu at !):2o p. m. after ten hours of deliberation. Charles C. Out All the Van Hrunt, foreman, announced Time? verdict. You Need With a cry that rang through the room, a "thank God!" torn from her lips, hands that shot Into Uie air. Hps The World'a Greatest Tonic kissed the hroad hack of Kdward Illy, her counsel, 51lss Stone re--' the news that she was free. MIGHT SEEM SO TO DADDY courtroom took tin her rrv. Veered and yelled and threat- "Full House" Likely to Be the Least mob In their attempt to reach That Father of Quintet Would eir outcry wn taken ' Remark. " here hu'. .d cou ? awaiting I'ne erlu the .lion 'al writer attending the llct. CI In Indianapolis' of the dh -association told Blast Wrecks Church til. a tl.it;. A Sunday school teacher had been K .t.Uakee, III. An explosion of dyasked by one of her pupils what word namite, which wrecked the new Latter was used In referring to two children Day Saints' Church at Itockville, was born nt the same time. Investigated by Sheriff W. ,.T. IUIey. "Twins." the teacher answered. The church was the second to be de"What Is the term used In referring years, and members to three babies born at the same stroyed In two opascribed the explosion to persons time?" was the next inquiry. posing them. The first church was "They are triplets," she replied. burned October 20, V.rM. The second "How do you refer to four babies?" was desecrated, shortly before It was another asked. opened, by persons who smeared the "Four babies nre called quadruwalls with tar acd broke the furniture. plets." attempt was made Last December an youth, probA bright, flaxen-haireto burn the structure. ably th'nklng to catch the teacher, asked the term for five children. Harding Urged To Act Before the teacher had time to reWashington. President IDirdlng Is spond, n little fellow, the asked in a resolution introduced in the Peck's bad boy of the class, answered: House by ltepresentative Tom Connal-ly- , "Gee, thnt's a full house." Indianof Texas, Democrat, to "take appro, apolis News. priute steps to adjust the diplomaUc Her Credit. relations between the United States "That's Jinks, the famous millionand the Itepuhlic of 5Iexlco, that relations may he restoreil and am- aire, over there on the left. He's a e man." iable and cordial relations may be "But I understand that his money maintained between the citizens of came from oil on his farm." Mexico and the United States." "Ah. yes but it was his wife who had finally consented to live on the Tax Returns Decline City Star. New York. Income taxe collections farm." Kansas In the New York District for the first As a Friend. quarter of 1022 reached $SC,0S1,05S.S7, "Is Flubdub a free thinker?" SHJS per cent from the a decline of "No, he's married." Louisville amount received during the corresponding period of 1CC1, Collector Bowers announced. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION CBjiPl water Sure Played Quitting opportaaitlea la Manttoea, Saakatcbewaa. raaway rataa. etr. write Income second only to grain, growing and stock raising. Attractive climate, good neighbors, churches; schools, good markets, railroad facinries. rural tela pnone. etc. For nhutrated literati-re- . mere, deeerfpttee af fans W. S. NCTBESY. Rooo 02. Inter. SECRETS ARE WORTH MUCH Paris Newspapers Would Like to Know More of the Wondrous "Land Where Nobody Dies." In truth, they do die there, but not until they are very old. The country Is Madagascar, or, more exactly, middle of the Island, on a rock crown-In- p a small plain belonging to the plateau of Imerlna. According to Dr. Estrade, the colonial physician and him the birth rate at Antanarlvo is extremely high and the mortality Is surprisingly low. These Malagasays are a happy people. "But could we not," asks the Paris Figaro, "get from them their That of the two beautiful secrets: numerous tdrths and that of longevity? iie wouKrcnder lis greaTetr xervlces than ail rue laws on depopulation and the bounties and other encouraiercf"" which the state gives to the paren1 large families." His Immediate Needs. Midnight was 30 mlnutcy distant. The cafeteria was experluiclng its nightly rush as the young rren returning from their "dates," satisfied their nppetltes before retiring. A young man rushed up to tbe coun- at the capital, situated In the 't TANLAC Italian cigars are not so good. Not so good. They are made by the govern vent, are as long and narrow as the road to salvation and have a straw run through them so that the smoker can occasionally draw a puff. who had been A former A. E. K.-brigaded with tbe Italians came home and presented one to his friend. A couple of days later he met said friend. . 'IV. hut .'jnr I gave "How'd you J" he a& "Cigar?" gc n LoruV "Cigar? man, it was great. I took It home and had It boiled and It went wonderfully with the corned beef." American Legion Weekly. A Symphony In Puns. During the sermon one of the quartet fell asleep. -Now's ynnr h- .vhlspered the li vcritnlst i smMno. ' "se '.' uiuicie the 'en Corned Beef and v:r. oth- - it- - - .,' "l'ou wouldn't dare auet," stM it contralto. "You'll wake him up," warned the bass. ter. "I can make a as sure as my marked the boy gan, but he said quartet. Boston better pun than that, name's Psalm." rewho pumped the orIt so low that no one Transcript. d d odl-cl- wife-mad- "Say," he demanded, "I want someThe Noble Darling. thing to eat, quick. I've been out to "Willie." said the mother, "your one of those upstage dinner parties and I was afraid to eat for fear I'd clothes are wet. Yon have been la pull a boner. Give me a hamburger, the water again." "Yes, mother," said Willie, bravely, a piece of pie and a Jar of dirty "I went In to save Charlie Jones." water." "My noble darling!" cried his mother. "Did you Jump In after him?" Adroit Publicity. "No. mother." replied Willie, "I "You once told me you were very Jumped In first so as to be there when much Interested In the theory of evohe fell In." lution." "I am," replied the member of the The Diagnosis. legislature. Flubdub lias the doctor diagnosed Teen why did you Introduce a bill your case? to prevent It from being studied?" Gotrox Feffectly. "People seemed to be forgetting all Flubdub How did he find out Just about It I thought It would be a good what you've got? Idea to bring It back to popular Gotrox Looked me op in I suppose. A man should know the company Brad-street'- s, he avoids. A pawned opportunity seldom Is Tne Truth. "You can't reason with a woman." "No, my boy, women are hard to fool." Louisville Courler-JournaL If Sosp shave without DOf. EvcrrwbercZtc. Fortune Dwindles First estimates of S200,-as the value of the estate left by tfosa and Josefa Blazek, the Siamese Chicago. Czecho-Slovakl- X Riikir Cray's linifit MOTHER PiwierTl ChlireR POWDERS Many Thousands of Mothers have found GRAY'S SWEET yellow eOMGGlM ; No. 4 yellow 57(3 No. 2 mixed .r!eX)&c Sound Hay Timothy per ton $23 24; clover $2202:1. Wheat No. 2 red $UKie-1.40- ; No. 3 58c: for 1F1 . an excellent remedy tor children complaining of Headaches, Colds, Constipation, Feveriahness, Stomach Troubles and Bowel Irregularisa ties. These iiowders are easy and pleas ant to tare ana ex cellent results sT3 Taahe l M ere accomplish- - J kr Ketaem yrsriBBBBBan ler averse Data mm 1 rears. Bold bv Pracsista every, where. Wof kind relieved in 3 to fO days AT ALL DRUGGISTS the most stubborn 2SL MIRO Send for Pm codt amerlcan Uaniu,Cw Description, price farma, ranchea. raw rands many atates. ownera naraea and adereaeea. IX tb and AMEJUCAN Homeseekers, Attention 1 rtrnam fJOMESKKKEfC white 4O.M0H ; No. .1 V XeafeWear Guaranteed Alwayi o No. 2 mixed No r to rubber No. 3 mixed .10637. rot. Fbcwphor Butter, Eggs and Poultry Bronit Spnnn Butter Whole milk creamy extras invfl thai MfiCtari.S0 tretch. Ifroar dealer doctn't 42c; centralized extras 3Sc; firsts Xic; Carry or ExcelijOS. a,iijif rtma wi oiract. glTtnjr dealer's fancy dairy 28c. ljtrfOnS4S L oMJum. Accrpr. do UDiutute, NwWay It roc Sutpond' Eggs Extra firsts 22,fe; firsts Mir MrVM, MICR ordinary firsts 20c. il Lle Poultry Kr t'i1 ir 3."c; fowls 4 lbs and over 27V4 : under WaterbucTS 4 lbs 2714c; roosters 17c. ANTS Live Stock aaaaaaaaaaaaeWaaaamaaaaaaTT'iW Cattle Steers, good to choice $7.25 ys; lair to good 7.25 ; com- mun to ."air $50.50; heifers, good to choice fC.75es.25; fair to $5,750 Easily killed by using the genuine C75; common to fair $4X0ii ' cows good to choice $5fi0; r.im $2Q 2.r0; stock steers $5,500 stock Also SUItE DEATH to rata and mica. Ths carriers iielfers $4.5085.50. Jnsu aro tbo grratMtproperly. of dUeue. Tbey both food and 0.50 11; READY FOR USE BETTER THAN TRAPS Calves Good to choice directions to 15 languages Id erery box. fair to good $SU.50; coumon and STSSHc; No. 4 Oats No. 2 $Ull:i. i ouspenderS S:c; VVTrs .wins, dwindled to 58,000 in Americau money and a farm of doubtful value What has become In of the remainder of their fortune, accumulated during their 3.1 years of exhibitions In the leading amusement resorts of Europe and this country, remains a mystery. Their earning capacity, even before the World War, averaged $12,000 a year, exclusive of Uielr living expenses. Kills Wife; Fights Posse Carml, 111. Angered because she sought to protect stock which had strayed into his farmyard, Aaron White shot and killed his wife at Sprlhgertou, III., north of this city. White then barricaded himself within his house, declaring he would kill any one who attempted to arrest him. Tho house was surrounded by a pisse of r0 men and In the battle which then followed White, who is 70 years old, was wounded. The house was rushed and White arrested. Radiophones for Pilots. Steamships entering the port of San Francisco no longer will be held up In foggy weather for the pilot boats to come alongside with a pilot. The pilot boats which put out from tbe Golden gate have now been equipped with wireless telephones. As soon as a steamer arrives off th headlands and sends a wireless message for a pilot the message Is relayed from shore by to one of the pilot sloops and the latter Immediately puts off v a pilot for the Incoming ship. y William found a pocketbook But the string jerked it back It looked like r happy discovery as it lay there on the sidewalk until the discoverer reached to pick it up. Then the hidden string jerked it away. All William got was disappointment That's the way a good many Postum, that wholesome and delightful cereal beverage, is completely satisfying and there's no harmful quality whatsoever, to jerk away the comfort which you find in this splendid table drink. Any member of the family may enjoy Postum with any meal and there will be no after-regret- tb To Draw Our Faith. 21; a COCKROACHES Here In the Cross Is the source from which to draw our faith: here Is the demonstration of love. nnd ! Is with tho faith drawn from chW 'hat onvictlon we face the facts of life. of sin follows conviction .if lnv; it Is when I realize agalns what ihen love I havo slnnni. .r that I can begin to repent flie Bishi people have found it to be with the comfort and cheer they thought they had secured in tea and coffee. When they came to.depend on it there was a hidden string, and nothing' left but disappointment op of London. g.-- J CAMP AT TWENTY BELOW ZERO Stearns' Electric Paste Iot.a1i0&5& Uot.elseSl.Sa. MONEY OACK IF IT 'AILS large Sheep $47. Good to choice $ ' comm-i-lambs 50; EH: fair to good $100.50: Omaha. Nek. good to choice $15.50 'O air to good $12?15ii'J. Waaieiii VVanrn acenta. No eap. neeeaaarr at once: Quick ka Start nir nrnflta Mil. Hogs Heavy $10.7511.00; tna Admlia Juar. To'lot Preparatlona s.Pr. rumea. Rratideted ter. Permanent btulrteaa. packers and butchers $11.; medium Co, (IIS w.ntworth. ChiearjvilL Tne.Admlr $11.00; common to choice heavy fat sows pigs $6508.50; light shippers $11.00; mOpouuds andess) $7, 10.23, Short breathing re lieved In a few houra: awelllnir reduced In a few daya: rrcutitea the live r. kldnrya, f tomach ami heart; ourifiea the blood, atrencthena tba Y entire ayatrro. HVi'le for F rtm Trial fnatmtnt. COUOU OROPST REUEDT CO. DROPSY TREATED ONE WEEK FREE Scouts of Spokane, wl-.- . lth four mountain climbing exper"- - ..'. a two-da- y snowshoe hike to jmmlt of Mr. Spokane, had plrr!v ,,f thrills v of chills. and presumably also pi-Inasmuch as the thermom ter registered twenty below zejft and they were caught In a sno torm In a 1 The drug, caffeine, in tea and a nerve stimulant Constimulation of the nerves often stant produces rebellion that takes the form of sleeplessness, headaches, irritability, high blood pressure. That's the string to tea and coffee. coffee, is s. Postum comes In two forms: Instant Postnm (In tins) made Instantly In the cop by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in paKkxgea of larger bulk, for those who pref r to make tha drink while the meal is twins; prepared) toade by booing for 20 minutes. Sold by grocera. ga,V Tiey tunnel Into the cabin but once Inside wer fortable. A camera I. of motion pictures. t ! had to he summit, fectly com,'ok 200 feet I i 1 Postum for Health "There's a RJfSon Mad? T7 Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. Orpt CO., 1TUKTA. Gl aTV lap' "aat-ii- . ' 1 f" UW;HCSVILLE OUTLOOK tin. .i.i'uc .. vcr low s aiHn-ilici"..- -. 4 I'uiilisn.sl l.V n- -l Kir-oriii- c tikiy, l.i ..- . ..n. u:-,- Fit:, r. '.icr 1) i .'in- is s t., u)' i'lc-.In r daughter, lew days to make their jr mi in v:m where Mr. J M has 't a 1: business wliii li lit. v.;1 eti- ia-i- iil I 1 one clock on .can mils, rot ot SATURDAY. MAY 6tll,' 1922 They are csoclVnt youu- -- P OP- '- O'Mr-c- ; FEELED OAK jct()U' and we wish them happinc s. Villi followin ; iroi(ia. for !a.es for V HUM. tf ' '"-- ,r ...................,.. 1 So II s. .Mii5i Hurt is very ill.YouiiK '( :d l:rs aeral ceoivoii iiere ,.f e ' .Mar K. V. s (Jenerators, 2 " T. JIvcis ami Claude III.. l"i - Vn!li " TV in LcMti;;ton Thursday. Mis. Alfity and Mt. Vill:am J7 h. p.' .MacMVItHs' Knpnes, 1 ; ...... A'.- - were Tr. n Months lYyj.r C. ntc:s, c2 Mt. Sterling, la .. f that place. .1 s, Alfrt'j tyl. Jeiinia,, l'lrrp and littinss. 7;" . t""f nttwelive . tniitlicr. uVi !:: . 1 cp'i vis'!!!" !;in :ti.. fi'1 01 t (! stalls, "." inattre-se- -, m un E. n THPaT.rjH. :' I j ,' , . ''"v Hart cr :i Tew tlas ami ' r ma, Wicley Altrey anl wife lmrcaus, ,00 wash stand-- , .10 tliniuf 'tnUrUv i ui'iit',-t.o:n' .is .; reecatly went t. x .. lelu or. lirr li'Stsr. .lh'es, l0 dmiii cliaiis, '2 ranp icair 'RSnY Ai'It 1"! "Ifr'' ' Wctlm-stla;. in I'l'intii.'." The s'"'d wishr He anil .ookinjx stove-- , oil icltirr.&l Ionic 1: i .. r J . "( larirc leather chairs. t'uuwill leave in a relpt'ves, 1;" if and iy hire ':i"i:t. i.- - '. huge roi hiiui chairs, t20 M. StroJe. wife Uitle laurh- M:: The Snorts isrr hotdin.T a dayt onh chiiiis, '?"i wii'd io'.iis. 1 ' i.ai.i Har.hviek ri turiie.l a ' I. it Ivtl 11: tj U.ris, of Kr.el!, K;., arc the! faw J.i;- a;o Kcrw a v! 1 in I U :.'-- . ttir- - at I'olk.iville. loihes, J' her parent , ii - V. t : Sirarflja Win, lu ..ivr. Je'. '!'t. of Itrrru. was an lolt rea'llicr piljows. !i law - ' v:fo. ; j er .amlav 17 white, halli tu' s, 7."i I el here. Cr w, vif-.- - av.l Htlle Iaii;!i. ".ttt . Youap vli. - a'tciiHn h'- - "tMdenr Ii. - has jjr. i;(T-.- luin;:svill(-- . mimll stand tnhles, I lot ;ii ir i 11! : yt . :"id .Mi. Sher:na:i (tiillctt Ji :t 'lie- -, m e lixtures. ai I.jfii 7." howls and a... Mrr. lVuitij; t iitiner Sunday. a- - it f 'I'" praai'aiother. Mr. Pasi. with v!i.i lai-- e of-- ; pitcheisi 'jfiiijtv i'a-i- s. t'Ui i! .'s I - .imps. STEPSTONE .nt .f t.v Mr. Itntes. tiiicn Ifiulics, fi'J 'iff la M li. M; .. .1. 1). Ali.vA-uie.Sv.aitz anl sn, Harold Jfrh. Play Oti. of Ahhlaml, wa-- , t,Xs: him!., i.t .. , is'!id her vr(. m Wimlic . iio- -t M .:ilj...- - el tif relalives here the p.i 'a. t!.i!ij?ite. Al. Yioi 1M levied tn .'A M s. 1'MMor. 1 f Whii hotter, ' .'u- - j; . .t:iiij,', he properly of Ohinpi.t Oil .V Land' Air- -. P':.:r:ie lVy: o Mi-- -. of lur. k . O. 1. l"r..'ier 'icre. .if 'o. I will sell a -- uliicient y of -- a:V Ann.tnii!, of N'ov Aihnn; t"ic pr.- -l 't.M.s. Toy Smarts wr. :n .Mt. Stpr- Jhiima Cjsih. wh has tea nd., .line a f.'v day- - ai to n t a- i rtic!ty nf .s.iid (l'nlpia 0'OVl.nmf' 1 , oatunlay. t 'h pit--' n ff J t!n--- ; year' Jhuj"'jiJ at lxintou. ciuni. 'imejTa, !irr for the Sa't !.:f! l.utu.l I an- - t!i j I horae tn.ti wetl:, i .jjii .lircs r.ai" Stalls; er ('inj"any. "'L'l anuir.ntiiec'tin'nic day of sa'e ! Terms as!i. Sats of j'.:s. .lone- - inotuer.; 5Itv. ' .Mrs'. .) j? Itay rcteivvil '.rird fwri .Mrs. Thoi.Mr, Syler a::d I ahy, of " ". ! W. A. ., Jlier rititUhui'Mtcr, .M. .. Vi ctt llv. "'.' j; :!!. who were gursiM of rel r;rcr.Iaijfcs.n, ot OwinjriHe. i. Sl't iitf i f iW h Pounty. ; :u ;. . Kr. , iit. iir;e ha-- returned Iihiih. at t t ;!iiet tf h?s Jumpier, Jlr.s. Sid T. V.i:lit. Mrs.. .1. .V : j,:ip .jd J:i; uu .v .'!ie .l:tYi:iti- - '.I'epa'rlmei I of the Wo. .j.ien. jis doiii an well a toald lc c.- - r' 't yi.i. IJvrsi tt K::r.or ami .Mis " . tv-.P 'tieva !"cree an t jred to Mt. .Stcr-- t r'n'. yhl js liist imetin. one t'av !u. d. r.i ' t the Iinme t r..'eviti aati v.'lc, a .hn:-ht:- r. til.! ; as.t week. ThuwaV.jn aid faaii'v, nf A. iJ. t l,: 's;dfnf,,'.M;ss' 1'.C';jiji l'aiuier. li. II. .Swu wlte and litt!e ilan?Ii Mt. Sicrlinp, Saturday with t":e ! :ae f dlirv FatP After a husinei-- - ses-io- n Mr.- -. Callie Hawaii. ! Sl'll FTUMd cn GoitimicSioncr's '.tjiV iff, Hazel, iu.un.Htl t tliBir huwe : i'leviile altw A v.j ir(;ram on llawiiii was pvca: :di:v; ,t v;.i-!- ;v..h .Ir3" Htaton eDntinue 17 n1J1 wa.-- . found recently o very Koil fall, l:it. resting facts ahmit li: parcatf Ceare Sw.Hlr. the lV. in of ISennctt, a t.t,.h. .Mntli-o- u ilauiiii; ,1'iaao Solo, .Miss Ahar Uukti- - flUoJ his ripular ap- lho. county. Mr. Kohtrt WiWon and wife, of Spea Wiir Hall. - i.Vitnieni Jiu.e ;.jturday M; :s I. S. Po:a::i:ssiolier fo Sua-- j rrr, M.-- s , Kited ii'u.'.isnir; llc'-aiia- r lilisa Maxc"-- ami IJ'W.-.Mi layi df.v Siirout ; Piano Solo, ;nieliui VitIinm ant! Tamilv the ihe di t t ' whit h Ma oiint " I . T- - .shun; lmw m- urr t lit Mae &hvont; Nalura! eauties of the j ii-- t wc--'k vi.ati-- l Mrs. Pharlie ,1 s as. .':.nd, .Ms Jmeille Vice: SLATE VALLEY ...V a'atl 3;idin:J. W!! cu and lam'.l . -- hiiicrV im:- -l Iiarftit they ha.: wit M -. nr.d cliildren tefJ ; :ic irxay andcft the wt !- - -- It ' witb j Ery Railcy, of Taris, Co::nty Court Notes I! is se'.leni d ne ly t'e Jti weclc :. j in her :us aid K:t .Ua.rliVjV t,rim, hfjrc County oi:h:ner. tht ltci' Beadle r. ..rrSM.'. S,er3?ii; Kfl jrji.v Ewii.iPoancrr.'iiaturtlay for. '.st.ir' j,:;,'.,i;tji;ij i il for Scc:nd D sJridut.on Soon To ..Jts-n-j' ,1 X. IT 'ii::i;.ij:ir-.-s.- . in' a lutas ct u .1, ae v.- - .r. M's !' a" "it ami .S;ml.iy v.:u i.. 11 T, vTTa?"' o7 th- Hurley ii:i;. U.-- will ie tried airain neit I e Iln; .YCJioitis . ivpihtr ivnts, Hoc Grlrj'catcr and wife, also Asocial ion's toiacct will hi .a.'ijr.day. 15. the latli's 2'arvjit.v ! ."i..ir iicre. 'usjcll Myers, tri'tl lor slu tii;.': made yUjtin 11 hort t'uinf. iVc h.ftvt . .re Sar ;par, of Owins. ml' ivTc. : aOne P!a;'c Wilv-- and wife were in Mt; ein told t'i.;t i;io:iey fi-- r the piirpes' 0:1 i;.vJc', rdatiell Hai cy Fnd.iy. ;'..i- tllst.-i- ! in jail. Ho wa i ,iy.n :t:oii is in the of ipO and t?a da's ot;r!ia;; lat Satutday." of .1 distttr'tinj: '.nils r tial anteifj. . jAppr)::!' aV tried en PI:; k V.'i!.n -- tld a Inr.se to H ''' LGCUS7 UF.GVF. J s wo; it uu 7 i.of'it ami Iven aatl the .Hii :t for .73. Ir. Cyle a-- fl of Hrnv-- :, ' has Iten sj!d for the ."S,(III ert'j) pil! S;.r.vlay tKth W. V. Kiddle nail tesi a ' AsiiAt iati n. . MOOHES FERRY fruaily. .1 B::si.ncc Grov!iig Tif t I'stcti tlil fir the '.. . ' (To'.dcu op' t; a id Mis- - !a-a- n .VatVaa vv.. h'v Flic Di lit t!wect. Car.d Co.. l : 'o'l is divided ivto 5'2 prade.s AlVrtC " -- rried J' Y.n to er ' ..l for th'j tJMU rjp;;lt thjit ,Pl'.,:t a'c-t.'i- - i ,t-- is diiwt t the ofilt of " T'ic hriilc ii a aver we'tft,,' v.itl a , mius illr.css is a'hlcVi1"'1"- - A!lr!1 oatN tiniLi it V!n an 1 akc.s his purchase !l.'e Mr.-- , lluit Caiikriyht and . titShtcr of it. art it W i t'i.n';:.;yild .ia i: nny of thfrom sKTtnko. . ' JIrs.iiHj " tnvis, tC.,.VHtrtil Ive;Uath:- - Tinra'.un t'.5 :rou- is n s t:i ol II.-- stiii hi'Miet. of A! e, i:fa TvvJf l of OjiTicrshIp, Ec, Jlr,- - v"":,s,vl,i. ' i'!iU,:il oi.ty Z'.nii' tfo, ";ont 0110 or ' b'v'Pokr.H;M:y., ,.:.,i i:va JfeV 5 ' "rh?i V-.1;V Act Of Cnn.l.;C3S, of Ann- - "'omen of (inn.tawu prutluceia ti:her t).n. Slm-r- - 'V ' Jpcre, lhaValy tlauphtr of 'Atari iti line of homo, jaude eonfectinn- KiL'.y and h--: ubt,'24, !3f?. . .Ml :; :'ic actj- - nc were iiv.irnea zrpr. . .n . i l)w- jsy.Iie On. k.I: pu! S s'fc Vp'Jer, spcat Sandnv with Vii. ftw ,lai'k a"'K ,.K., IV lisher V. fr,M 'rtd.&axHtz.V:-- , ,. P. Daly, ha, Uen a- C ., owner 0. I). Thjiaips.m,' Os, '"!" tt. 1. ."jiBf'ji aitt 'iu'ii JI c , - t tt.l postmiatu-s- , Pi.-- 1'Ut rsJ of ; ici' ll'K-- , Ij;;t.ls Uay ' a'Yint li.;st-.-rKy., known .security ho iiSs.-iKcI ' ' r . SFer am? iat weal:. ' VI SALT LloK St u. T. Jojiis-aji- d ,:-)Yor:. X. Y. hk, Irtrij i .tin! it c. f PViinna, JTs. ,!as. Hall who had hcea vis t). V,. I). TlWSli'SiJX,.-,- ,' ; . 2i lie 1 , ittn.T ltsr tiau7atcr jr:i;. A. P.. Mopre lwr: "'''' v ' V"' it&l :lt "': i orderi-atuU. n, J y,.' rv? Ihis itHa.div-- J r ' hi-- ! . at.ijT. I J; cilsr -- rrvias.siand tiiiH.!af-.!- : Cl.uk toa ity, came "i ;iii K :nrIfjrch. lifXl. j. i .. - .'.t'l-hlc- -. pa . ,,A ,t,a!ary.or C im'iussicn. A.d- -' .U'compauiet! t.y of .1 r.ad M: t. tPI,., ?.v:; (v. ,, ta.r.; I'j.Mi. j -c ':!; HAUYIlY.OHi C.)., ?.:o-i- v. rii d r'i't'Siajf tircn i 1. ciVi,'i5l.Vs!l ?2Vs-callfly 20; ! , til I l)utchcr six year Pha". Bate.-- and farr. ".y leave its ; . Hip Cr siTi-nd-- t lll.;fill 'm ,,f r.n Miillr K.. I'mx .,. ,.r;R,i. Dallas '.IinV'"'! ami sjimt one tl.iy with Ur-a'iml;rcll ami family. ir- -. Inst i.o-i- wu-- k P. P. .Ii.linxiil 1 SHERIFF'S SALE A:. of IS.it h 0 Kilty I .'!Vir l'u -- .ilr i the. and .t !i.!il..r .... ill., i.ri.iili...... lit 111.. Orvnmian Sniiii"s Hotel at the hour 'l '. ai:ss NOTICE -- OF- 1 a'-i.'- Y.i'-!y- a TURNPIKE LETTING The Fiscal Court of Hath Pounty will receive sealetl hids for the ting of the various -- cctious of tunf;nl;es, on let- t Free Instructions In Interior Decorating APRIL 17th, 18th, AND T11 1 ? ilru-reW- Wed'sday, April 19, 1922 About o'clock p in.' L 1 1 a-'- ii -n igti j ' - ! 1 or "! 'rctt - :'' r, i:-- :s, 1 .. r trSiii a-i- .l i'jut.j, 1 - J i'" lire cf the County .ludc;, O'.vin 'sville, Kentucky. The in- -! riK lion- -, lenns aad rrii irenients, coneernin the making of said hid- - will le funiisTietl hy the r.lidersigiietl County Kond Engineer. All aplieants for hids will jilease; .call at the cilice of Kond Engineer ami secure hlank hid- - lief-r- e the dr.y ,of 'letting, turnpikes, and till out the liid in accordance with the instruction-;- , so as to avoid the delay of waiting until the tlay the hids vill ,he received. It is distinctly understood that all hids niu- -t contain the names of hnmlsuun who will secure vtlie contract of the successful hidilcr to Until county that the vork$vrillHic jerforyicd in accordanee with the ru'cs aii(l nf;tiireinonls contiiiuOil in the liuls. The Court reserves th-t to reji t t any or all hids. a -s ti;-h- COME Learn how easy it is to make Old Floors, Old like new with Furnitoe h Hanna's Lustro-Finis- tlu-Mk- . ANDY .1. County Uod Enaiiiicw I : 1T- " S'i. e -- 1 s:.t -.t .- r (i:,-'ie;- :rl . Pu-to- i 1 - 1 Ahf Thai's Real Paint As you dip your brush iilto the heavy lead body of 3 Ml 'I r..- I compare ,i, argrrHn THE a Fisk Premier is a tire which M x S'-rt.k Mxllj-Non-S- Ud Slxalj-Exlr.-- Plr Fix-P33 X John T. Kimbrouffli & Son a Premier Trtad 110JS Fabric . 1US Krrf-d 3.J 11 yields an honest, generous measure of service at a low price. Sec this tire and compare MxSJI-Sli-- Plr ainchcr l-Plr Cor4 N.n-Sl.1- 4 Non-Ski- d .. .. .. .. IMS VSJBS 31x4 33x4 33x4W Card Stralxlit -3i- Cord d .N.n-Skl- d ..... Cord Cord J4x4Ji 33 No.!Skld Card li . 27.00 30JU 39.04 4140 SU0 I .tpti-Kce- , with any at a competing price. It is your best purchase if you want a low-pric- ed cj tire;' It is a liskTirc,and,is(i'.isk. character clear through. , , Jrn:.. X'v-'TL'-c- CanSvofl 1 n n-- i , od Kur-Fa-Cit- e. c Pure Paint you ?nrta'n.Uy realize jwrby it covers (hides) and protect the surface1 so' much better. Theni isnYdri hiajlic about it Iviirfe'esls ust better'paint-Goo-d painters ue-anrecommendi .it because it contains more pure lead per gallon. Look at the formuta:. d , - -- ; A liiSK-rad- jiul-Ut- : waH-Rive:- woodwork any color. virnioli ctoin for furniture, floors,, and r . si There's a FLtb Tire cf extra value In every size, for car. 'tuck v Time to Re-tlre- or speed wagon (Buy Flikl ? i,,,i, . 1 1 t;'i,p.-HHti.vt- 11.--, 1 j. Grnnitoid "Fiber Paintf r.Ii-.-- ;Tu7iron I .Pure Carbonate Lead Pure Zinc Oxide " S0 1 .c.-.i'P- V-- a lnM-c-.-ii- ttiaV-Jthojr- 'r jH-u:- - rit ShjJiea like h .ipciniiic!. on Fauiof ti "100 , JtlssurprisiniSthcrsmall amount di Kutiees renuired to nnint n f,tiousc?. rijilit: Let us figure the tmount for you and show you 'th'i beautiful color selections. 'r throi-tjilirc- - (:'XS mates a PaTnlfor every Purpose P;BRRY. c; CO., Wchavc them - Ui '"P. cty'rf.y. Pfti 1 . OwmVthe,- - Ky. xv- "- . 1 - s 5';-rnr- e. . 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I . ui .I.I.IIIU is ii Sicilian, ilor. in stretities of l:imlii;- - linii.v I . A'A :;.ti . ... li'r .lb .' press l.ir ... .. . . tefcwr.UI-. .... ill. ... . ....... - Gfeameru Station dt- - -- WILL REOPElY !'- - Tuesday, April , 18 i.U'H.U, vt.l'.Ull Io?;U .11 . v f v j V V - - . 1 . ( 11 1 lie 'It. .Sterling ' 'vitJi. ;Ji.. ball i tcun .r '.il.ep tliq ;Hau;.ol 'j'ir'-- V i . ',thc-'.Mt- ..Stciliir.' ht:' t.!i Sit. lfinth;ar.:nteani' A;ii:,23. . What is iour home worth todau.? r Marries Fnmily. An iicco.'.nt of life lu a .reunite jKin of Tlliet. wliere women prn;ciM. t men. anil rniirfy n wliole faintly of brothers ;il tlit' : tfme. Is Riven by I", VV Thomas. c!lvC lilunr'iui at .the liitlia oliico iiinl reader In Tllielan 'In I.oiiiioti i;nlver.tlty.'' Tin' wonien niv roliust Iiim1v.uiiiv It'ili s!:ir: and lit itllii-y- . ,ff pillt tit tlii'Jrryouii'whiit plentiful hair In, a framework, their licaiN. I' Th imirry n wholp fniiilly of hriiitiers t lii same tlnte. If there nre tjn jtiroilivnt liii.tllf faiii-II- .' she iles!i' to' marry tnto the woui-ii- n imirriis tliVnr all. '''M't; eourttti 15 tlone In l!ie ortfimry sjs- teia ol.lin; Ka.l.i.hiiy ahe Til'i-tsu- i ii; s a aeal l to Miy. in tier Inio' which she cho!t nf t!u. iftntl-'wfti- r !ii ih-a1 Lilt..,:! co npleto rouml IsiiWiiti rh:ili I.iin?n, .it.iu a loiclj .cli:r of n 111 .mVs. ..ml the l.isrs..:...wti-..f cfich .,k.-..nmti. as lak.o Viri to1, nj or Mime tine who Hikes his p inc. iuU.,i. Strait of .Miic'.ln. Tills ,K Is re.!y to reecho the s'ti.ten; nr-- ttujy ''JiaVrfsitTinTk .mIIIiv. ...it. .i.t- - post: ...ver.-lt- .. th-.- . r fcr 'St l frotf!.! nftcr dirt-V- t "n.1, ,1, ,, L.Tt - ;" ! " ! timi nd th&a. ; now be mu for oil first and. second A lMVei-.iX)- . 1 1 sliigJrrs. LJU OltlfclWU tllUl Tho X :i,''U' . v;;.m:;:, I. Vhy llu- let.. s".n the barrel Z'.?.fZ- t Jt U ...omeiimo iter t.. s,v if there Is any . the iiit-v.tij litk-ssleeii st.in.l:ii;:. t8irVtWA-- i ii.i.Il ...t bo.iril. amt tilfler laic m .ic.ite. .n.tu ttro:.-f- a nut! Ir.s'ii'i... .tlhe.crJtljisicrYUiiVjityiic.ii ,.u b.ianl -- hips IumiIimI lhe;V Ip not ciiuclu.. h'e. Vu;n .furpvtil:'t 'linn. Mmuj ai I aluiibles t.ave btea aroiiTl)! rpiP-'li- J It. ).:ls tlil . nurses mi1 oi:ice null styit ttirollii ill's ii'ino time ij.tis tlown, imt 'tvui..nU tlieiv tu-- s netfr been a lolatlouof con- -j I lull tlit-eir.iua s)i"R;l tiloVi il;Ttrra" hifoaec placctl lu MniluT Carey's post !in..r .it n il r-- i'i aib. nt. vth-i- t i.our o:-I'ei.ibinii I'ul. ; " llcrici-.SIecp - 7 V.&g i.rrtiSf i .3,, o urrx; nl;V ?: ' ns.sts ot trji, dean, smooth mm: Deliver.) our cream often in .or.deUo 1,.VM IIIv "t I.1S.S -- il.l.l.S. on will ,ot flVMll illll -- V A lop jirice. (JUtlllb). IXC Ko. 1 en am.-'- x V A ir r) .M4 P. a continuance, if ,,,.,. .t TluMl 1; I III; .Vnit V" JL ,VI, will 01)1 eU.U V 1 V- IlAlUna?, local V -- 15nver. v. r S " 'y 1' -- - many. ' I " an Tt Hi That depends entirely upon its appearance and important factor in it3 economic upkeep. Watch the surfaces or your properly inside and out and see that they are well protected "Sive tho Surface and You Save All" with " ' mi iwnmiin LK i m St t the condition it is in. Pee Gee paint will prove; the mo3t "STOMACH '1RGU8LES III. ' . Indiana Indi-jetlion- i!zdi.Soinelbrajj Like Ur.Gl . t.l 1 She Took " OLYM-PIff- i SPRINGS : PROPERTY Si Bhck"Draught;! Thsa Got All Ri-h- t. Soymoar, Tad. "same l!mo nno I had a slcli EpcUi SQiuisthir.: llko indl Mra.' Clara l'cacock. ot cestlon," Itouto C. tlils yia'cb. '"u 'would get very sick ct the .stomach,. and fipit or vomit, especially In tho raornlues. ' Pursuant to the order. 'of .tb,e U. S. District Court, for the Eastern District of Kentucky, in the case of W. M. O'Neal et'al vs. Olympian Springs' Hotel Co. On m : ; MONDAY, APRIL -- Bi f t two o'clock p. ni. 24th, 1922 96-10- Varnishes-Stai- ns Enamels For more. than SO years they have been carefully guarding homes and maintaining property values. Use Pee Gee Mastic for outside surfaces, it is a strictly pure paint, containing a high per centage of ZINC Pee Gee Flatkoatt for inside walls Pee Gee Floor Paints and Palladium Floor Varnish for floors Pee Geo Dystains and Enamels for woodwotk and Pee Gee Invincible opar for outside woodwork. Ash for Free Paint Books and Color CnrJs pMSlec-GsuXbeCo., Inc JVlfgro. Ky. .if rt Ttea Black-DratiEh- t, I bpjaii'ttio Tha ' medicines. alter tisb 6t Thciircra's I bad tried other ES Black-Draug- rc'o Tiiore thaa anything topic, 'and I cot all rlsUt. J that I E. L, & A. T. BYRON Gxvinsville, Ky, t V .r.i... to lterp keep jaui system freo from poison. nbck-DraagThedford'o la .raado from ntrly vegetable ln'grodleiits, .acts. In a rotls;' natural iy .arid! has' no bad It.irr.y bo safely taken by young 'or o53.' Get a racltatre' of to' day. Insist ontltu GonuI.ic,.ThfciircrtJ',. ,NC-.li- : At yoar drusgliPd. ., niaek-Draugcftsr-ettectKlatf.-.nra'.tr- trouble caused .by constlpatioa. It la easy and cure.' Can be takea In email, doses or largo ps tho ciso call3 lor." When you nave cleft' stonrcl'.. " hcadacU," eonsttpntlon, or other disagreeable symptoms, take. taa from "I haven't tiund anytalng better Illack-Drai'g- whea Buffering .... ' . taxes tor 192A Ut.set pric-- i fixed by U. S.Gourt.SgO.OQO.OO , Terms: Purchaser must pOXojDlXOO cash nd 6.cqute, three bonds for balance of purchase price, with approved .security, bearing interest'at the rate of six per cerft.Tpayab'le annually from date until paid, due in one, two and three years trnm date ot sale. ' .und'is g ed will sell the Olmnian Springs Hotel property, consisting of two tracts of 0 acres. On this property there l'J acres and the second tract containing 51 is a 70-HO- ( )Sl I IX IrJli I j and several cottages, and a number of unexcelled mineral springs. There wtil u!s i b i sold 'it t ii sa n ti 712 In j. bidding, household and kitchen furniture and equipment, etc etc. All of this nroperty ':lUie sold free of all liens and encumbrances, except that the purchaser must pay advalorem land:' Fiis'. tract coritai(a'nj;.57o 1 P.iss-jssioi- t Hi For furtlitir pnrticidarisee or write given in te.n.days. -- ...'. J! lfi fi Hi II .ii If IMS LLj Si r 'e- - T 1 V Special Commissioner and Trustee Kepnblic Bnildingv Louisville Ky. .--.. ' ilft'.U.'V-irrrar. T '!. . ; Ks v