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NGSVILLE OUTL OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1922 Citizens Throughout County Are Backing BOND ISSUE That the proposed Bond issue originated with the citizens of Bath county and is being strongly advocatscattered over all parts of the county, cannot be denied. Below isiveu the iiaiiies of tho-- e citizens who compose the Citizens' Publicity Committee "ho have from time to time care-full- y anil intelligently investigated all phases und features of the proposed Bond Issue and who have for the past four issues of the Outlook used this space in which ti set out such facts and figures us they have found to be absolutely correct. Among the following list of names will be fonnd men who-- e integrity and honor the public has long depended without cause for regret. They are recognized as men who would not undet any circumstances nor for any reason misrepresent the facts in any matter and they have been particularly careful not to misrepresent the facts as they have found them to ha pertaining to the proposed bond ised by representative tax-paye- rs f V f f f f T f ? ? sue. The Citizen's Publicity Committee whose names appear below, will continue to give publicity to such facts and figures as will be of interest to the taxpayers and sue, truths as will assist in informing and enThe following men have long lightening the voters upon this important issue before casting their ballots. and have guided public opinion been citizens of Bath county; They number among the leading through ninny trying times. They appeal to you now to give the proposed bond issue your most serious onsidcration, remembering ever thi debt we owe to posterity, our obligation to progress and our dire need Forgetting not that never before and most likely never again will Bath county have the for good roads. of the eot of construction borne by the opportunity of securing roads of p ninncnt type with maintenance thereof borne by the State and Federal governments ever afterwards. county and the s, one-four- th t T T V f f ? THE CITIZENS PUBLICITY CIIAS. Jf. CRAIN .1. li. CROCKETT TRUMBO SNEDEGAR .1. B. LINDSEY F. J. FR1EL .1. B. GOODPASTEU A. S. ROBERTSON W. W. RAZOR J. K. WELLS COM MITTEE FOLLOWS: RUFUS KNIGHT ..j SAM'L J. FEARING T. B. STAGGS THOS. KXIGHT FORI) PATTERSON A. T. BYRON II. J. LACY T. .1. EVANS B. V. CORNETT R. C. K. I V. CARTER . T Y T GOODPASTEU G. C. EW1NG ? BYROX DELL DOWNS LESLIE SHROUT F. S. ALLEN .IAS. BLOUNT. f T T Y The above Committee was organized that a number of reliable men might investigate the facts pertainNecessariing to the bond issue and be responsible for all published statements setting out these facts. not meet conveniently for the purpose of making ly the Committee must be small, else its members '"11 ,suh investigations as might become necessary. At a recent meeting of this Committee the following olliccrs were'Appointed: Ford Patterson, Chairnian'Rufus Knight, ScCrctnry and .1. B. Lindsey, Asst. Secretary. These officers will sign such further KtaJcments of .facts as may be made about the proposed bond issue. Again let it be understood that th's Committee will submit only a true statement of facts as they know them to exist; That auch statement as they may make, will be founded on truth, all of which will stand t T V i L the light of complete investigation. Signed: . t ... FORD PATTERSON', Chairman, HUFUS KXIGHT. Secretary J. B. LINDSEY, Asst. Secretary. ft frid fat last ar jsit- D.M ron, of 'of Irs. !ncd Junt chil- - tvere ent and ter. aro !ts, hil- - iip's Iss ied I at jay, Lee I Bit far- ere a lay. rue Itt rn, ho lni bciii Good Audience Attends Road Meeting hLs parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. ing At Court House. Byron, left Sunday for his home in Indianapolis. His brother, Lacy ByJudge Prewitt and Bridges White ron accompanied h"i for a ten days' of Mt. Sterling, and Judge Goodpas-te- r, Visit. of this place, spoke to a large Judge Ewing Conner and County audience, representative citizens of Attorney D. W. Doggett went to the county, at the Court House MonFrankfort Tuesday to be present at day. They presented the same exthe letting of contracts for finishing position of fact 'regarding the issuj the pike between Sharpsburg and which was' given at Salt Lick and' ReynoldsviUe. which seemed to meet" the approval Mrs. J. E. Moss and daughter,' of the majority, namely that the Xancye Belle, of Cynthinnu, Have State and Federal governments had returned home after a visit io rel- promised to send .$750,000 into Bath atives here. Mrs. Moss' mother, Mrs. county- to be spent on her roads in Nan Daughcrty accompanied hct connection with $300,000 which wc nre asked to vote onSeptcmbcr 16th,' home for a visit". and do some pennnnent road 'wort Dr. and Mrs. A. G. "Payne and daughter, Miss Martha, Mrs. Talbert which the government' will maintain and daughters of Lexington, and henceforth. That those who had d the Rev. Moore, of Atlanta, Georgia, come to the meeting seeking information about the propwere here Sunday to see Nathaniel osition were impressed goes without Markland who is seriously ill. the saying. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shankland, Mr. After these speakers had finished, and Mrs. W. B. Arnold, Mrs. John a demonstration was staged by the Scott, of Lexington, will leave opponents of the issue for a speech Thursday io join Mr. and Mrs. Arby T. B. Hill manager of the Mt. nold Hart, of Flemingsburg, for a Sterling baseball team who is also two weeks' stay at Park Lake. a large land owner of this county. S. X. Williams, wife and child, of Mr. Hill says he does not fnvor the Maher, Texas, in the oil fields near manner in which the Fiscal court Fort "Worth, arrived here after n proposes to 'spend the money. He nine-day- s' trip in an auto Friday further said that he would vote for morning on a visit to Mr. Williams' half a million dollars in bonds to be mother, nine miles east of Salt Lick. spent on the roads of the county if Sherman Gullett, of Salt Lick, and spent in a different manner. That a son; of Savannah, Ga., were callers part of his audience at least was at the Outlook oflieo Friday morning. pleased by his speech was evidenced The young Mr. Gullett is in the by their vociferous applause. While wholesale coffee business at Savan- the speeches were being made in the nah. Court House the crowd outside were entertained by Curran Crouch and Edgar Bowen and wife, of who have been spending a John Shrout. week at Olympian Springs, were in Rounders Play Mt. Sterling Essex. town Mondty. Mr. Bowen is a natThere were not as many people to ive of Bath county and was cashier sec the base ball game between the of LeeVBank here years ago. Mr. Bowen is in the hanking business in Mt. Sterling Blue Grass League team and the Owingsville Rounders, reinSpencer county. forced by players from Salt Lick, Prof. E. M. Coleman, the band inBethel and AVyoaung, Tuesday as structor of Cuthbert, Ga., who is had been hoped for. But those who here instructing the local hand, went were there witnessed some good ball to Carlisle Jast Wednesday on inviplaying. It was a foregone conclutation of the band at that place to sion that our boys were outclassed, see them alout engaging his services. but if by a happy chance they should Prof. Coleman with the assistance of win or even make a good showing it the band at that place will give a would be something to boast of, and concert and recital on August 4th. they did play pretty good hall for Morgan's Men Meet at Lexington. five innings. Mt. Sterling won by t The remnant of the Morgan's Men score of 14 to C. Mt. Sterling has Association meeting was held at the one of the best teams ' the Blim Country Club near Lexington. About Grass League. I .. i -it - thy-peopl- Evangelistic Meeting. Our meeting has been in progress for ten days and there has been good attendance. There have been fivj additions. Services will continue until next Sunday night. Following is a list of Bro. Tinder's subjects for each evening beginning at 7:45. Thursday, 17th, "Excuses that Destroy the Joy of i. Life."; Friday, "The Mistakes ..of .a . Good Man"; Saturday; "The Mother's Religious Life''; Sunday morning, '.'Keepiag. Step with Progress"; iSunday nignt, "The Conscience, Mine and Yours." There will be a special meeting for men Friday night. AH are cordially invited to, attend these meeting. MVilt thou not revive us again that in thee?" HENRY S. FICKLIN, Minister. may-rejoic- GOOD ROADS MEET1NG-W- E er ATTENDED. Judges Prewitt, Winn and Good-pastwere greeted at Salt Lick last Saturday by a large audience repre sentativc of that section of the county to hear an able exposition of th. bond proposition that will be voted on by the people of Bath county o September 10th., whereby the State and Federal governments promise to eud.,,50,000 juto Bath county to be spent on her roads in connection with $300,000 which we are asked 'to put with it and do some permanent roadwork which the government will maintain henceforth. , That the, people of that( section, jV'ere impressed with tl'Q fairness, of the proposition was manifest by the close attention given to the speakers. There were many there who had not heard the proposition discussed in a fair an! 'logical way and many of thce were convinced that it was a good business proposition and said so. It is fair to add that the bond issue has many opponents for various reasons. It can (hardly bo expected that a county in which sectionalism plays such a iarge part can be united on any one object. The Coal Situation. Governor Morrow in discussing the coal situation said: "The people of Kentucky need feel no fear of the coal shortage, as it is the intention of the committee to see that Kentucky has priority in coal and to see that ample transportation is secured from the railroads to deliver the priority fuel in the State. The general plan is State institutions, then educational institu tions, industrial plants, manufactur ing necessities and the general I 4 open-minde- Tay-lorsvil- Convention Held at Salt Lick The Christian Churches and Bible Schools of Bath county held a successful convention with the Salt Lick Christian Church August 10 and 11. Realizing that the greatest need of the churches and bible schools of the county, is trained leaders, the workers assembled at this convention resolved that an attempt be made to organize and conduct a live-da- y training school in the near future. The following were elected officers of the county organization for the ensuing year: C. A. Ulery, President; E. R. Kercheval, first vice president; T. Walter Anderson, second; Mrs. Lucy Whnley, third; Mrs. L. D. Brother, secretary and treasurer. After listening to many fine lectures from Bible School workers of the State, the convention adjourned to meet with the Peeled Oak church next year. .. Stanley Myers and Watson Thomas left Tuesday morning seeking attractions for the street fair which it is proposed to hold here the latter part of this month. OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. I T. S. SHROUT has for sale in Owingsville tfi 50,000 ift ifi forty were present. At the 01ymt ' in J. Springs meeting last year there were People whose business it is to travel often through Central Kentucky say sixty in attendance. t!'pt Bath county lias bctr prosin Highest prices paid for dickens, j pects for good crops thau jy coun-- .j e in their territorj ALLEN POULTRY CO. seasoned sawed white oak tobacco ffi in sticks at 810 per thousand lhcy are 4 feet 4 inches long. Come quick if you need them. 31 OWINGSVILLE RNATIONAL OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. hool 'Kit. D. D.. tlie Moody Paper Union NEWS CULLINGS Rrom All ii... nil free delher r ,.V .. " ut on " , ' ..: n ........... reicnue prohibition r " ii1 ., , 1,POn ""wnrSam fol-- . 'aS service ' ""m-- v received his TRAINS HALTED IN THE DESERT RAILROADS SEEK MEANS TO - a wHertnr In ll.o for several Kentucky i fifliy Carnages OFurrdliz Lloyds 32-P- a Initio ' numbered JiT 20. .1 L i, jirrit-r- ',r" ,,,,,I,K RESI'rankfort Kin-i- i ,...,.... iuukists STRANDED conn hes were approved by AT VARIOUS POINTS tl. Slate ' ' " v lollow : Wood- frd. .v'i.(r.'i.s!ii: .lohnson. .?v.:::k;.777 Temperature at Needles Reported At vino....... 20 Decrees -- . muttering - Ask Your Local Deali Write Now for Illustrated Booklt. mree "1111111. d .... ....... . t,,M ,,.s v v i:-- f U1 .1 mo Among the Passengers, Who Spend in i ue upen Air. v. EXILE I -- I mi... mi' rn ivit tit a day mootini: rpohp;,fni The Lloyd Manufacturinz Cbmpan iHnwoJ-Va,f;,'f he church, which has Co.) . one ... .mic.i isaptist churches 'rayer for l'aducah - Thieves breaking Into in the ...cnonunee. JNlichigin the me open. in (19 rarer for KjW-r- at .one (),k made ,,eir Angeles. C,u. -- Twelve transcon- ... . Illeri'lmn.i; Flenilnishurir i.'ii.. c..,.ii ,n OH TOPIC 2 ..minai irams on the s.inta IV lt:,il- . BRIEF INFORMATION . of Kmery Knialley. of .Muses .Mill, Inutelv .. .... , this siierllr.s ile. county, was ,, , L.T TOPIC I'artmenl has found n accidentally shot and kill- MI liy a (')llil:inl.in nig me rerusal of train- , .. He that elves nd an Op. ,.,ti k'lii.iiii- mill ins tompanlnn had been shunting at a tar- - nien to ,,roce.il. according to a Hst puts out to usury. -- ieiiioxe,i. Hut none at the ....... o ..iririuire railed to K olT irlven n.v ...... general offices here. There ..r.i . ... siock was touched. .ii. II.. i . Ulirn .... ....maoie ngnnres MO). HIS coiiiiianlon trl...i ... ..... .1 . , . . Life Is of the num- ' ... ... passengers t.v nirtriil'-i- . .... (1) A .mi ..r .i. " Involved but rail- - need of the trifles. '"s"'n-- "rAn.lrow Davidson road men said that If '. the it. went oir and killed him. llrst ............. .i.riueny or Helhany, travel was ,.,.t Salad dfivs sort of " U""M nm fr0m ' ."Miieni or Coiner nil l'adiirah -- Th.. ,ir..nn.i i..i 'onjf green Is plentiful. need now lege, arrived here .. i.,i-.- . .... ..... . i HIS MM. The trains nearly a ,VPrt. unknown man ..n.. f........ for the lies as new nrivl,i,m' ,, n- . oncs "' ".mm . ii. ' ... . il, us we an,l II It Is fnr enefnv n AnWlM "IU"IS '"" the College n Dro Yt ' " .... . .i , heart thnn n broken rib. which i tiiiiiir III! rim viintn.il... M"e near div oastbound or were due during the lay we, bound. The y scribe the 1'. (c I ra Irn.'iil l.ri.i..., .m.. u . number w,H he ""w. i ue uiMiy .. ...Mr ago ami Is now The potato cannot nn.ino... was discovered and drawn the law presi out of the westbound roses rdni1 hastbo.md ... ... dent .if .i ii water bv Ixniin in .Missouri service has been not beare so nnnni.. .1- - .t niw " '"Rs.i .i.. i.. i hi. . ........ ifotii eaten. annulled. Comnnnv m..i..i.. . nrrmini . "mi were . in 1""'. V...I..' '""iiais bain ' r Heath has a skiff on the river. xvonid bo cared for as K''l '"' 'the law well as . Conraen nniw i. n possible In the r,.i.. ...... Itely set "Ice. th0 Ponell 11(1111 something that niinir.n0 . . '"ovington l'nit...i ... . o know v."....... ..M.uniain preacher uho could be found for moving them IIICIIl Wl,-,"a w- fasted Illdge lng for. .... . . Cochran li.,n,i.i .i - - I'lsirier In u:lJS wl, "n"er ".mi .i tempo""''Pl"tIon was rary Injunction caslonal drlnl of water In ,.' ...... ouimi, SHOOorder ,o inen When one gets the altruistic and allillated craftsmen on le "pur-t-s hui the p he looks around for someone Journey." Itlce was llrn. in hesapeake and Ol.ln iioii- . .. to w and UUMM Kustern District . " "l' ami v.. c ..i... (1 have ..... . . . I1K,., ij'v, tlce on. . . ., CO10 enjoinuhon n (The .. .. . 1 la heart a" C!'rrr hIm ,0 ing them from interfering, threatenHoping for the best Is a lazy cal.. wore Xo IS Or In !inv liLinn... not Heaven ma an m- : , . Idea. Tlmuo TTt, . .t . . : God's ii, ousiness of the road. busier than thnt. Frankfort-Jl- iss rd The Xavnlo v o j... . . .Margaret Terrill ,..,.. daughter of Jr. KlI TorriII I'aducah A t,.1m,..,i. .icij;iu . . os during the day. was't - ........1. of c . iraja ""iiuuiness I ed a"' greatest: virtue, crashed Into a southbound train that sentlal but It doesn't seem " ""u mo train of the COUnt With thnco ,., Hlble, . nan 10 ue neiu at Waco ii:;L,1,.,:l1f ,'m Wa,,'r m:,r 1,10 Usnla same number, due the """ "'"piain aoo Yav the weather. ....... ... . ..., anci practically demol- - was nt vmin,. eaclier, Ished "' 3) He It is said that the 'position, the dates of God's wTiT . -There Is such n thin A.? "" l ;l,I,1("-'-' train failed November fl. t. i V. MI I III ' iiimii. He not lerrill Is a prominent society girl ?S t" eager In the lllllni .tn..Un was uirn- vui.ic "UL" ro lowin" dar edge. A young ed over and fell close to the me J" , but n curbing ... - . " V ""vornor .Morrow was nt student In Jlrlz- md the Scout irts of made the appointment. fell Off the hrnlo I. . "iri. o ono wnc h nfiwi I. ...Jill Vi. J 8 to' train and lost lentlnl his toes. - ......... I.e.Ington-Klch- ard Hopkinsville- - nr. ngs to ...uoeniai . trains, Xo -- ' u. Summers, Kngland. Paris o.. ii mil t. .....-,,.- ,, veterinarian who was arrested hero Anntllpr ronenn Tancisco, .u- - . aim nr. rowers, of h.ne accepted positions on at Ilarstow. i,PS(Ies , ...... tRln" Tlie when more than four of bitterness , the woHd 11? XS,air f tI,e Wostorn 22 opy of phlne was seized In a hack room of ! ,.C,1! . amount of lyinir thnt rnnu lni. "te San Lrancisco. - was so"'"ound n ij miu currer .. baited at Hakers" propaganda. Jend a negro poolroom bv .. c..i..i narcoiic me years "..ii lirst assistant nt the State :e wus s (vv. Jury by United States fommlsoner Hspital at .Nevada. .Mo.. nn,l Dr. Pow- Woman will k...i '7-"rv. 21, question of hohh lcmc ?. " a c,,i,r':e of Ro- Sanitarium at LouiWille for' several AMBERS TELL OF CORK'S s and tating the Harrison n. -. RUIN rf Dublin Post Office s Set On Fire By Covington A man registered as K. 'e nil Thirteen miiifnn "cuci rorces I. Kahnen. r.iiln-in- e .? . n JlayMick Sanford II. .Mitchell, r this I". " movies each . "'used in lublin 1:1....;, tr. ",,,M'r!' . . . linn,.. ...t eve,, t llmt ,.r m... .n.... .. . on- -t ti e Covington Jail by deputy of the It:inkirt to t"a '"Id .mil i States marshals charged with viola- - Iv or ii... . b plainly l.derate veteran, died at his borne " rough, i n fnlr corn crop. . VT:. ...... iiijiinciion ,e , ,. . " wr. JIlIlMtlI e was lull.-Issued bv Jud-- e n 1.1 and ninth year, having been born Septeni-bc- r Cochran In the United States Court 21 .1512. He served .luring the vruu this '"'"faring the pT... ""'"'draw-a-l from . ..... n .x. un,,cr eral . John is thev..first w. oinpioyees. The arrest city was i me oiisiness part of tlm . U Hrecklnriilfi. in ti... i.i .. ruins, and the d maKe s under the order made In selling does not require estimated at X2.000.1KK) sterlin . Iteclment. ('......,.. it i,u". was a 1.7TA the The fires r.in.l ..ii technical knowledge that very Jldren member of the last escort of Jefferson many people suppose. There Ashland-Cha- rles Davis, of the Confederacy. are .; l" extinguish them. Ackle. 17. was aci 0,000 cidentally shot and killed bv his it wasr nllll..!!.. announced that the ' . Danvlllo Tim ... Walter T..e.. . i. u.. .... i. me river ... " istlng Marv 5 J lss . n y "a uti"i "t me birds. ." of the Kentucky College for Tussev ....v. nfta .. bird, reloaded the gun nuuu.iug at a Oinen was nnnnnnnn.i i... . unprecedented llung It and U,5. "a"-- -rj i resiuent over his shouder. .. interest. In some manner A Radio Department gets cus. It was discharged, the feetl Miss Hut h Aniin? ...i. bullet entering of the men were i'iieii mat tomers into the last v.'ar. Mk. ri.r...i-- ix' m me ..." . ....... tminW..i i... . three i.. A(.K1( (Ii0(, you considered thestore. Have nt.UI V.. and .Mrs. Addle .i... iiaugu- - He was the stepson of W ill Dunlap. . The r..ir..,..i desirability ter of .Mr. Cheek, of of having such a Department? ed su barracks and. this citv.' Mtnl K".uu..ini ..inn ." College fur W.i....,., ... num i Frankfort The population of the -- ) jiiii anu. Irregulars entered the post Jit. Holyoke after her graduation. ' iiinaiory nere increased from In Amiens street office 1,12:5 to 1,511, an and disarmed he Increase of 3SS In sentry t tIle entriin,,. iln(, .. Coluillbln Count.- - uI. r. . r. .lei- - the fiscal year from Jnlv i ., ....t: imi ed the inner guard I fries has Issued a warning to all of the Hadlo road to July 1, 1022, according to the one of whom was of seven overseers nmi mi.i shot and s annual report of H. V. Has- gves you all the information on " Jiuair noiifylng them that the roads I County the subject you require. Three '"stru- superintendent, which will bo sub-- ment'l1! . . . n must bo t:iL-nr Jim ... scattering " li,ar3 year Four months junge niftfs.l i.. uie uoaru or Charities and set it on tire. a Warns everv rond ....... ih.i i l.- - .ang hmil rrectlons nest week. The average i uL. pin in i nil time he shall be flned dally population florin" !. . Radio PnblisHng Corporation jwi was Kills Wife; Ends Life and work his time out under Jailer P. W. Miller on the rn.a- - r.n Pasadena, Cal. t DepL24, 342 Madison Art.n'ewYork Lexington The reiiort of front of the Jail. arrived Judge JefTrlcs Ctj crude pe- shot iin, here from further says that this warning Is fln- -l troleum produced In kiII , ,,is nIfc ' the second ijuarter of 1022. "compris- then ended bis nrn Frankfort Itevenno mni. .i i... .i. ing April, .May and June. Just issued by notes of explanation. The two i state from motor vehicle licenses, . I,od3 olnls. or ... ' the Ken- wero fnim.i "', i. ..L oainroom. Investiga- tucky A,: M..n' A..l...... chauffeur's Im.i .O U,! " ...w-, ...,..UlU,U ls encouru.iusin5, implian arrh-e"" I cate plates and automobile lists from aging from the production standpoint, ' p"rcnasc'1 a small ir? as It tops the ligures of the tirst quar-te- r Pistol. December 2 to .Ti.tv then wrote three letters ..n..uiuuu IO IUV1 -- m on by approximately 100,000 barrels, . acconlin tr. . and shows Hint ir ,.. piled by .N. O. Gray, assistant i state iimn ine Unif '; c. put, V snmmtfmt.. up, between 8,000,000 and 0 ratio lie,' and ono a": -one to 000- '"lUBBHiuLT. "tr. ..,xnis is an In- is kept . XS& or buy v. .......... I crease of approximately ,.ririifiim win tie taken $200,000 over fTt nr IIia Tl.. . n. four Ui the revenue for this tim,. "luegrass state this year. . villi lit year. " ""'c I ....... re- Jlr. Gray estlmntna th... ti.uiuai una una arsi!ifA i luia, . Frankfort Itoad building In Kenreliits ft. io'm ...in Sympathy Extended tucky is lieln-- r il,..,.-.- i i... UT19UU ot Washington .jvv. u) Sympathy . of the Timv STan U wsta. LMriPT inH the railroad strikes according to re- - American Hopkinsville Tim .......... cuuu IIL dt public for those bereaved ny atate Engineer Joe in the pike on the HoiikInsviiie.n...c llie iraiun eraaaue. Hundreds if typhoon and tidal wave at Hoggs. Springs road, from tim .. pres Xine counUes, in which naa nave raised "vsiein u 01 u - ulu r' . infill .,... "!,s npon expressed SS."!" th Uie while COSt Of ent pike to the government hospital nnnlloil to ti.n .i.. material is.. being to V7 7, thir tP President I.i Huan nung bv Presi- . .. i reservation, has been assured by an r; : " "- nave nouuea the dent Hnr.Ur- .- ..r Highway Commission apnronrlation of snnnn i... iiisireseu," Jlr. conremences which main-1,Uiat contrac-- Harding j lm. j.lsc.(j. tnnc ...v o.u 1U; up ... to the Chinese I'resl-len- t. Farm CarH.n. " ...TT". Bln...t. Court and the guarantee of the bal- " uairyins wiui their work. "to learn of the disi. Jilcl lJla u,,,. are unajj srowini nd ..tvcMi,ry uy uie Hopkinsville ., . . me aster which has caused terrible of climate, soodirtSSk i."K?no.J2L8 riia to l?ef sblnmnnto of mn.iAi . r,Shho;k "'v1"? Chamber nf Pnm..w, ............ v. .uanjiiiu. the loss .v. ii so many lives and wrought strike tlan County Farm Uureau. so This -- an time It rnntinn necessary destruction at Swatow and themuch. will be Is live miles nn.l surfor the comw tiuun. ' .... , . Uon In summer, it gets very conut- mission to extend the time in which roundinrr nmntn- - T i .Li in,. .to lour hire., bad in the contractors have to maw. o.V.S"ifmr' Excellency the sincere winter. w ,u oninnloto .V. I .v.uniu i.iuir the American public IIS sympathy of Inf work. Woll no Mn write Frankfort sivtoor. ,....UUy nonce- ..n . W. S. NETHERY . Hopkinsville mon fnr Itlchard Boyd, contracri -- .v..v uuu uilio 82 Eatt Rich Strtet TI I. tor in concrete and plaster, sufTerod a Negotiations Open Columbui, Ohio ..v.c ui.iii,nea liy compound V. P!nrnT-inii fracture of his right Io- - at v.miiuuius 111 n ... . the ankle, ji- illci......in.i au.iuiuer anu wace contrnrf whi.i. .... iwiut-uiui Asiuanu. "t "IUIHK (II us possibly other Injuries when a scaf- - sponsors, will result In breaking of TT . .. na Hiimiug gave ttlo- enf. ..I v ...vsiriKe was begun by Judse talker He Is at the hospital. operators and miners, who decided ofllccrs have no legal rights way with him. vuuuiuui, ,s seriout. to make searches of to leave the details of wi automobiles wlth- - i..o K settlement to I Pll DTI TT w .. v. sere, warrants, when ,u ,v, WI1IC1I he beln New Haven Seventy-tw. . , nlsiiiiccn.1 n ... to consider Its report. The delegates, "w r a w w Io ..urrani against Stanley who are representatives start was th- - ci- atson, young man arrested recently ters of I.nrPtfrt iMtioi. from jitj UliT. "'""c "iLr me Committee of i ..... . bv nollro ivl.on .1. "lunui auuuoi anu the United Mine Workers voted In fa- Sf I lllpufakkilnlti,Mimaan academies situated thruout the United iu ins automohiie con States, i....ir;;ciiug with I "Niatfart WntTitlr-.- those .,. . nttomlo.i talnlng moonshine whisky. iieiU m uperaiors ot tne centnil competitive 34- .num wu Cam ta, Rtn txretto Academy, near 1utluu . flolrl ti'lio 1....1 11 . , here. " a 1, in the con Paducah A district conference of ference. .v ranfcfort Mrs. L. nibler. of siiikc secretaries of the Ked IT;i7!iri? ivnc ..ritlAlnln.1 . . Cross was held here. Moh TrirL.rl ..j,,,...,,, .... u inemuer of Problems rela... tive to the organization's work were tlio T. ..1 ......... ivictimve Committee 1nlta, Okla. When members of a ..vu.umj on Jlental Hygiene by Governor Mor mob that sought Klias nidge, voun-negrow, she succeeds Mrs. W. T. who. oflicers say. confessed the . .. forty, of Lexington, who declined Laf ......... ..... ..,1-- ,Pl .. Lexington FREE OFFER to a wniie woman en- Kentucky's rank In cpri'A ALL OWNERS OF PHONOGRAPHS education .v.c-will i.,L-- v,raig .1:111 nere upon Invitawill be raised from the 'amo-tion of Sheriff nidenour to "see luiu-aiiir.rh- Recwd off. position In the list of for New n.iven Thlnvoo ...auc .... We are ftlvlnir nn FRFF .K.T..T wflJltJJX states within a few months, George an -0 u..ls ,1()t tiler., .,,.,3.iii .vw.ui.ifl 1.1 . nhnmnl . , ru i .. , SS.T.O". with each order for four (4) Colvln, state superintendent of public ware. Itidge was standing behind the door CELEBRATED doublJ CENNETT house of the Kentucky Distillery :. Instruction nMt..nii ONE ETRA OENNETT and which was opened to admit them. Ri?rnnrdi- - your .. . ... own choice. . ...4..,., linn thrt 0.... 1. i at he flrst annual banquet of students WlirnllOI.CO Cnnin... Ul ........ Ainertonvllle. On all prdert of leu than FOUR RECORDS " . Passed into Their retrent coomn.l In ..u,C. ,.,r .7 v we will allow a 1 pedal dUcount of ui iveniucKy summer ty, as tliey left empty bottles, Uee ,lag. the building nidge, a straw hat pull- 10. B Prion 1. Either one of the .hove offer, thill run over Jugs and v.. ...... ,11s ejes, to L0(to sauntered out with P"w of thirty dar. and with thete eacep- - ch.: I.... oneniis walking unconat !.. ONE GtfWETT RECORD. Vl'rite coi; cernedly near him. us for our new catalog. SHARK ENJOYED "SCRATCHING" ch THE DARK DAY OF 17B0 j hi Ihf en,V?.,9.mf? w1th !' mlm win Mo. Hannv Phrae ..... A diver, working r,ff OTdUb'lptb filled. L??!l onthese record. 75c Writs Today! 1 , Ausirnuan I remember .in nlil u'n.,Lmnn i111 n.. ark' dnj" Mcmi1 May vvat, uuu an OQU adventure. A 12- nit? ( It was so called on account 19. Adirondack forest who "'iiiimi to say used iooi snaric came nosing up to htm, and of fal, the remarkable darkness 10 go 10 me top of a uiimtMi m Its rough hide might have damaged over lar si n a . all New England. In some ptacS rri 1776 Arcade Bld0.,St.Loul,Mo. . nw nftnn U9 hie out- iJC i.oi.i .i. point or villU ni. IU9dli cm me his steel ble. because it gave him such a feel- Jumner" townrrt tha nrIntn.SnCt0,U,d n0t 806 t0 rcaJ c . w 0.41IS uuluULTi to ... ..v..,. open air. The darkness III c tf ,,hniiVfti.im.litcn1nnnn i necmeu 10 oe just what the shark want- began XllUl . :o Is un uncouth, humble, elonuent phrase about in o'oiooi. . .. ed, and he rubbed himself against .. . 1. lt. Business it :o iu as a pig does against a stick when and continued until the middle of he It ui'mtiul' me iuncnon - or u creat . -. .. hm ..., iiieruiure. iienry van Dyke. he is being scratched. He kept the next nltrht. ..... ...iii. .1.0.or aVUK SALE and llnrntlor. - unierence places. ..iopa diver at work for half an hour, v,.uereni Coal Land Jewelry Store .o and Hi. th,S at last made off. l Is'not kno Coal Mines Drug Store Unlimited supplies of Iron ore have he Box 547, Charleston, W.Va. been reported by a government geolo- pe trlaf w a lv 111 u m a "hi, iH uie xrausvaai. t -- or our God i. for gootl. Ezra 9:1- - Frankfort Ti,o mission letCrete bridces on ti... , uiKiiwar .,..,.n,inr six com con OTIil.ltlln wiw.mta six, " . San Iternanllnn . . f..i t n . ro Mate-al- nr.,,.., ".C:"'"" "'""Port. . ooiror,l-l'aett- e count v linn , " , HUH for Ind. u,,u "'J frce .Needles, the temperature there wasat 120 decrees .... ie is suiienns anion? who are marooned by the s , ,. .,,. Is - uiur ... 2.'.'''" -i- ...... ncc"mnz ..-- " .,. """' 'j . t not,nZ , at:,,::,::,,JR,!'- - -' w,,soni t; "S f 1 .. 1 1 n.ar,m,,;r,0-'l S v1 nem,im. tZ "Ar g. ?' ' ITC pres-lden- - ift ri,cd ,w ,"7B ,A rr" RADIO .' .a;, r..,i. r u plav-mat- e. .., rac-ult- ti. i... ,,,. arem.;srurr'i'l0.try,i,pre 1." otthe'ciTirsever v Quick Turnover Large Profits and e ien-ttlCK- ' luZ Radio Merchandising InAf. ... Tn a-- x I. i.t "'er Cartg.V -.- .. 1,' r Western Canada iS w Prosperity .cn. SSi??"'? T SI - I'li-seu- ..- I I .. i. 'nM,.?.n i.ia - ... f.r,7.. . -.-- d. l x- a a J7rTrUlona, IIAr.ADAZJ ..v uJ 1 o WALL PAPERS --- rttt. J a -- PHONOGRAPH 30-DA- Y ro, RECORDS . ..,,. ,.i ,llt -- """""'' "h it). . ... mi ST T. MANN 11 11 111 11 11 1 i- i Opportunities 9 f 2