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WINCHESTER Axes, Tools, Guns, Ammunition, for one week ( only, SEPTEMBER 14 to 21 we offer ' V t No. No. V 1' 1 I) fi Oil Mop, Oil Mop, regular price 8;c regular price 1.00, f0c S'Jc 1.00 r f V T ? r-- ounce oil l.re, 12 ounces oil 25c This is positively the biggest bargain ever ofibred. and for one week only. Get a real bargain and save the dif- 1'eronce. E. L. & A. T. BYRON the ( Gtfts -j- "jyjVCffSTR Ky. STORE faAtfujCAS (member) Owingsville, If 1 A Pipe for Every Face GET IT AT OUR PLAGE Some smokers like tlm pipe that looks well. Some like a pipe that has the taste of satis faction. But most men like hoth looks and taste at a fair price. We have chosen, our line of pipes and smokers articles after j"ears of experience in dealing with smokers and we believe that you will be readily surprised with the prices of our line. , rr 1 THE All Shape: LINE All Styles Just stop in some time and ask us to show you the "world's most popular pipe." Also have a loA at the pipe with a removable aluminum vhe. Besides unusujhings in pipes, we also have many interesting and for smokers. nrr-- U vusual things in other necessities Iiif'other words, wo have studied and.w'. tlnryou buy or not, wo wuuld your be gUd to have you loot oier our lute. R. C, BYRON '.1 SPECIAL SALE SEE WINDOW ffi fi Corsets, I White, Pink, Warner's Rust Proof 3.9S ffi i ifi 1 ; AND GOSSARD FRONT LACE REGULAR TRICE S2.00 TO S9.00 3.48, 2.48, 2.98, PRICE 9Sc, $1.JS, .r feALE iSlMEMBERlSj S lurch cy will Xl:lti t eir mot iis- - T Y t T v T T V ' jKcst Y through jffls on Sept. Jxtrsirt front o V W WV" V V VVW VVVW E WILL BE HERE t t f eitjuiapamu&iuia COL ininn mm T finimtt Times Straight talk on Cream Separators by Jirkets. iidiatia and Ken-j- s ami vegetables (111 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18tni J 4 Re Brother Owincsviile, Ky. & Co. . till? IligllUiW - almost every desert States,, to offer except (farmer litw many o sell, including m Y X1 V rlpHE tr 2 Good Show and Good Music v Come apple?:, which strket. In the cane able wares, transput! fees and rc-- jt into profits and J consumers. Along bile with plenty of pd? and in front Niiily with sin ap- tsh fruit and hu producer tht face lo W granger, Wro in the 'Struck t T f f t and enjoy yourself and bring the children T T y X Knows which scpnratsr skims cleanest, cosis ihi least to keep in good working order, and lasts the longest. creamerym?n j' SB- GOOD, CLEAN AND WHOLESOME ACTS Y Y 4. He has lo fcnev. Tho wrong scparaior n.r lii hira casily mean a !o:s of several lliousand dollars a year. f v f f in v AFTERNOON AND NIGHT KIMBROUGH PARK; y y Y t 'f .cd in the world's ereaTaeriec ao That's vhy 03 f all the separators milk to the i are Dc .ncl lit to do tins it's just 'ant to you as il m ht cream s- t crcarr A r- raior. will do it and help incidentally lar. Indeed, he has Mvitt'r the farm labor problem. come to; liis. wife and sons ami i I '.ro ud. In daughters (j veil 'ho country Satttr- jBureau Ul;li afte' and Sundays an' 'tno au- - I pick the Ik grapes and appU V. d crnii.' auu y xnlenf eJ tor 1 that lie - .'t ' m ('VaP: ,1'. MRS. LULA VANN FUJJON, ARK. Suggests to Suffering Women the Road to Health Fulton. Arkansas. "I used T.rdia. E. Rnkham'a Vegetable Compound for m Illlliiitiuiiiiimim i soreness in my side.y l would sutler so Daa-!every month from my waist down mat i could not be on my feet half the time. 1 was not able to do my FEDERATION TO FIGHT IN COURTS AND AT THE POL DEMANDS FOR GENERAL STR FAIL. TO GAIN FAVOR Strong Legal Array Is To Appey Chtcago In Effort to Overcome Junctions Intended to Protect I way Property and Employes Wilt To Work. Organized labor w Washington. make Its tight for striking rallwj shopmen In Courts and at the poll Compound adverNo genon tised in a newspaper It was disclosed here. and gave it a lair strike as a yrotest ngnlnst tlio Now I am able trial. Injunction program for pr to do my work and tecMng railway property and employe don't even have a backache every month. willing to work will be attempted, . 1 cannot nrnise vour Vegetable Cora- pound enough and highly recommend it Is said. to those who have troubles like mine. I The first action taken will he ill am willine for these facts to be used as fenslve. The American Federation c a testimonial to lead all who suffer with Kibor will hack the shop craft union female troubles, as I did, to the right road to health." Mrs. LULA Vann.Box In their legal battle nt Chicago Sei, t ember 11, to set aside the tomponir 43, rulum, Arkansas. injunction Issued by tho Federal Cour Its this sortof praise of LydiaE-Pinham's Vecctable Compound, given by there by which union men are restrainword of mouth and by letter, one woman ed from Interfering with those who to another, thatshould cause you to con- have taken their places, picketing railmedicine, if roads or expending their union funds. sider takmgthiswcJI-knowyou are troubled with such symptoms as Able lawyers will be employed to painful periods, weak, nervous feelings, miserable pains in your back, and can- prevent the Injunction being mmlo permanent on the ground that it vlo-- ' not work at certain times. Here is a woman who is so grateful Iates constitutional rights of Amerand glad to be relieved from a painful ican citizens, particularly the right of and nervo racking physical condition free speech. that die wishes to tell all sick wornin. The second step will be offensive. Every labor union In the country will political be mobollzed In a nation-wid- e campaign to defeat Republican eamll-dates at the November election. The plan or campaign will lie outlined at the meeting of the Esecutho Council oi me American reucrnuon oi i.:iiior Bright eyes, a dear skin and a body alliedIs by Samuel Gompers, President. It hinted that Mr. McAdoo. who full of youth and health may be as Director-Generof Railroads, keep your system Increased railroad wagethe during yours if you will the in order by regularly taking World War, might be chosen as one of the American Federation of attorneys to tight the Injunction proceedings at Chicago. Mr. McAdoo la a prospective candidate for the Democrat Ice nomination for President In 1924 and evpects organized labor work without help. I eaw your Vegetable k' n Women Made Young COLD MEDAL , 1 J r The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles, the enemies of Kfe and looks. In use sine All druggists, three sizes. 169$. Cook for tli name Cold Medal (on and accept no imitation Stabs Divorced Wife. 44 atcij box Laxatives Replaced Use of Nujol NnJol Is a lubricant not a medicine or Luatltc ho cannot gripe. When you are constipated, not enough of Nature's lubricating liquid U produced In the bowel to Lerp tbo rood waste soft and moving. Doctors pre- ecnuo Anjol because It acts like Uils natural lubricant and thus replace It. Try By the Bay City. Mich. Gustav Frederick. years old, drowned himself after he had attacked his divorced wife, stabbing her, probably fatally. Mrs. Frederick obtained a divorce last July. Since then Frederick re peatedly had made overtures and threats In an effort to induce her to return to him. d son is In the Their custody of the mother. twelve-year-ol- Many Face Starvation Sydney, N. S. Failure of the shore fisheries on the northeast coast of Newfoundland this season is threaten ing residents of the district with star-valion. according to reports received Schooners engaged In the here. Northern fisheries this season were only about one third as many as ten years ago, yet individual vessels re port the scantiest catches on record. Officials Are Vindicated Washington. Renorts of two lnvi"-UgAtlons made hy American rtlplomfffrr and consular officers In England, which A LAXATIVE A UIQCANT-NO- T have been received at the State Department, are understood to point to a complete vindication of Consul Slater and Vice Consul Rroos from charges that they had acted Improperly In urging travelers to patronise Anur'can Sufferer from thli dlitraaalnr complaint Shipping Hoard vessels and In disoivii can aecaro Quick relief by nunc OREEN nation of the Itrltish Merchant Marine. .N I MOUNTAIN ASTHMA COM. POUND. Uaeil tor 11 yeara CT and result of lone eiperienee OaSv Buffalo Man Grilled TT j In treatment of throat3. and t Ur. K. Innr ""V OBiio. A FREE TRIAL. BOX Pittsburgh, Pa. Samuel Lewis, Buf aent upon re vVijB and Treat! quest. zc ua ii.e i a rue J. It. GUILD CO.. falo, N. Y waa questioned by DepartRUPERT. VERMONT. ment of Justice agents here In connection with the fire which destroyed a His Handicaps. Pennsylvania Railroad bunkhouse with "Well, no; I reckon not," replied Gap a loss of seven lives. Lewis was ar Johnson of Rumpus Ridge, to the ap- rested by Federal Agents when he appeal of the able editor of the plied for a position on the railroad. Torch of Liberty. "I'm taking After he had been quizzed for hours my Win over he was returned to Jail "pending fur now that one of a In Oklahomy sends me, and it's durn ther investigation," authorities said. nigh working me to death. What with being puny now sad ag'ln getting Two Workmen Killed down In the back every once In a while, and having more, or less work Sayre, Penn. Clyde Phenlx and Co to do, I kaln't keep ketched up with lumbus Fuller, both of Noxen, Penn., my reading no way I can fix It. As employed at the Lehigh Volley d 'tis. I Just sorter pile up the papers roundhouse, are dead as a result they come, and read from the bot- of an explosion of a boiler on a freight as tom of the stack as I get time. But at locomotive. Phenlx, employed as a that. I'm Just to the middle of lafct machinist helper, was killed InstantspecialMarch, and the outlook hain't ly. Fuller, a machinist, died live ly promising for my ever arriving up hours later. even. Kansas City Star. Prussian Lid Tightens Tr. Peery" "Dead Shot" not only expel Pin Worm. Round Worm and Tapeworm, Berlin. A decree issued by the Prus forma but the mncna In the Inteatlnea whichcleaned! ta thoroughly their nunc-plc- e sian Minister of the Interior Instructs cut alio. Oca dot prove it eBcaey. police to restrict a further Increase In AdvertUement. bars, cafes and other places where How Sherlock Could Tell. brandy and alcoholic drinks, other Sherlock and the faithful Watson than beer and light wines, are sold. collapsed as it passed over It. were strolling down Piccadilly. "There's a woman In very short Huge Fortunes Combined skirts just behind us, my dear doctor, murmured the great detective. "Marvelous 1" enthused Watson, afNew Tork The marriage here of ter he bad corroborated tl-- statement Guy L. Waggoner and Miss Anne "How In the by a glance behind. Burnett, of Ft, Worth, heirs to world did you ever know without turntwo of the largest fortunes in Texas, ing your headT was announced by the bride's mother. "Purely elementary, dear old fellow. The bride's grandfather was the late I merely observed the faces of the Colonel Burk Burnett, pioneer ranchpeople who are walking toward us." man and wealthy oil Investor, who American Legion weeKiy. died a few weeks ago, leaving to the young woman an inheritance of mil Important to Mothers lions of dollars. The bridegroom Is Examine carefully every bottle of a son of W. T. Waggoner, ranch own CASTORIA, that famous old remedy foi Infants and children, and see that It er, oil man and capitalist. 1 HAY FEVER J ly ly d'"e rlt. Turn-ltnvll- pajr Kail-roa- lilCKETm.,, Vo00T?Xj lol' likV.'Lai-.T- mi and the engine of the Soul $S1SS,000 for hospital facilway's "Palm Limited." Jacksonville to Chicago, were derailed at Grand ities and service, and ?o2,10fl,000 for Crossing, near here. administrative expenses. . JiusJIUIKt-service- to check the unsuccessful, the partial car reported to be "Sheik Maker" Held. New York. Michelc Patrillo. who advertised himself as a Sheik maker, was Indicted on charges of having used the mails to defraud. For $3.i0 he promised In his advertisements he would take young men of talent and obtain for them positions like that of Rudolph Valentino, screen actor. More than 200 aspiring youths answered the advertisement, and that was the last they heard of Patrillo or the money they sent him, according to police, until 'he was arrested. Clarke Doffs Ermine e Yal-lia- Militia . R Washington Manuel national guard on Generals San Antonio Lovez and Kvaristo Perez have been basis for Its peact appointed to take the field against Is being considered ; General Francisco Murgula, who Is re. hers of the House Appmprlatloi to be In arms against the ported Obregon Government, according to a Department officials. dispatch received here. It also Is re- ready have been made ported that Pancho Villa, former rebel Imum strength permltte, against the Carranza Government, has decreased from SOO men offered his services to Secretary of and Representative ti , War Francisco R. Serrano. There Is making a reduction in H a long standing hostility between Vil- tlon's authorized peace I about 1S5.000 men. la and Murgula. Villa to Aid Obregon -- t Signature of In Use for Over 34 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria sleep In a hand some mausoleum 7" "Not if I have to pay for it myself,' replied Senator Snorthworthy. "A simple tombstone. Just to keep the record The man straight, will satisfy roc who bnilds his own monument often robs posterity of the privilege It would like to exercise of forgetting him." Birmingham Chicago Youth Held Unfair Advantage. Ton don't caroUo Age-Heral- 21 Chicago Ralph Rachenmacher, Washington Ohio's representation years old, was under arrest In connec on the Supreme Court of the United tion with police Investigation of the States Is to be reduced from three to deaths of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and two, September IS, when the resignawhose bodies tion of John Hessin Clarke, of CleveMrs. Wllhelm Hels, were found recently. Examination of land, Associate Justice, will become the bodies disclosed that death was effective. Official announcement of caused by gas Instead of ptomaine the resignation of Justice Clarke was was believed, police made by President Harding. At the poisoning as first said. "We wish to know who turned same time the President nnnounced off the gas before the bodies were his Intention to nominate to the found," said Acting Captain James vacancy former United States Senator Doherty. Geonre H. Sutherland, of Utah. Ford Made $58,000,C00 and Detroit, Mich. Comparisons computations based upon figures embodied In balance sheets filed by the Ford Motor Company with the Massa chusetts Commissioner of Corpora Hons, tills ye.ir and in precetlliif years, supplied the material on which bow, Jones & Co., New York financial news agency, 'nillds n story showing that the Ford Company's Indicated profits for the 10 months ending February 2S, ms--- , were ?."S,0O0,000, the company since 101 S having absorbed the cost of the purchase. Americans In Pe Smyrna The Greek tron Ing to advices from the fr$ fusing to make any stand advancing Turkish National Is feared that unless the l) the French take energetic rlous events may take I Smyrna. The American consuls had a conference o Iron Duke, the British ting; and formulated measures f Ing their various national ( moving the refugees In .the luu tati in ouijjuu. -- . Prohibition. Knlcker "They say the Big Dipper Is breaking apart." 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'"'he forest ranker typifies the Innd In which he lives, for he Is a true westerner, no matter where he was born. Is In The llgiic.-- s of the his heart, and his manners bespeak the. ulet places of the hills. As pioneer and guardian, he stands on his worth alone 'out among the big things.' of man and beast, lie roams amid the solitude of plant formountains. Danests and ger Is his constant hut he sleeps ipiletly. Ills day's work Is tilled with more hazards than Is n year In the life of an ordinary man. When duty calls, be It night or day, he answers the summons. He Is an Idealist, nnd It Is this Idealism that makes his hardships n matter of enjoyment. "The work of a forest ranger Is not highly remunerative; In fact. It Is one of the poorest paid of all government Jobs. If he longs for high position and big salary he units ami seeks other llebls. Hut most often, the call of the great outdoors, the freedom of mountain ami plain, is so deeply Instilled in Mm that he stays on Hoping for better things, yet willing, If need be, to make many sacrlllces In order that the work that he has well started may not be left to unskilled hands. "The ranger Is an olllcer of the law, a woodsman, surveyor, and oftlmes the leading man in his little community. His back yard covers ten thousand acres, nnd his universe stretches onward and upward, past valley ijnd forest and peak, to the dei r air and sparkling sunshine of the heavens. "To meet Hanger Hill, nnd listen to his tale of adventure Is like rending a wonderful hook of romance. His understanding of men and nnlmnls nnd birds nnd trees Is the heritage of the wilderness, unsullied hy envy and suspicion. 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Economical only a few drops required at an application. $2J0 per bottle, delivered. Book 3 A free. W. F. Ttvsj. be, 310 Trssle SL. SpriarJtM. Kan. he School Day He Was My levoted Gallant. I forgot all about being 'indifferent and matter-of-- I I thought only of show-fIt absolutely neeei-snrto let me go on that mile- - ibey wanted my 'o hopelessly blighted. nreiuny now ne was t l'Qnriir im oi divorce. JrarvUu. He HUSJC-I At a Lakewood dinner party a young divorcee was admiring Mrs. Gould's splendid Jewels. "Oh, that's your wedding ring. Isn't It?" she snld. "How oldfastonrd It Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes or tints as you wish looks, doesn't It? In the past they mode them so much wider and heavier MERE MATTER OF AMUSEMENT Was a Bridge Tender. than they do not." There's no fool like an old fool." They Understood. "In the past, you see," said Mrs. Arkansan Could Easily Afford to Treat of course. A week or two ago one ot "You dispersed the mob?" Gould, "they expected them to last a our members of the "Yes," said the jdu'rlff, nonchalantly. Such Amateur Shooting With lifetime." club got caught In a bridge fight that the Contempt Deserved. "When the boys bwarmed around the lasted until the small hours. lie was Jail I stepped out with u couple of Freshen a Heavy Skin guns In my linnds an' spoke sorter "What's that?" cried a tourist to not much concerned about It since his With the antiseptic, fascinating Cut!-cu- whom a resident of Straddle Ridge. good wife, once parked for the night. soothing to 'em." Talcum Powder, an exquisitely Ark., was showing the scenery of the Bleeps on through, or, at least, has the "What did you say?" skin, baby scented, economical grace not to ask when he (fit In. Howreclon. "I just reminded 'e n that my broth- and dusting powderface, and perfume. ever, merely as a raapcr he "Aw, Just Tug Bald or his brother-in-laer yis runnln' the only undcrtakln' Renders other perfumes superfluous. taking a shot at me from over turned the key softly nnd was slipping shop" In town an' everybody that One of the Cntlcura Toilet Trio (Soap, across the holler," was the noncha- quietly to his room, viben the childish knowi'.'. me knowed I was n strong Ointment, Talcum). Advertisement. lant reply. "Them fellers have been voice of his small jvamjdaaghter piped family nrm who'd do anything In reacutting that caper off and on for six up through the open dNjr of her bedson to bost the business of a relaALL FEEL CHARM OF PARIS weeks or such a matter." room: j tive." r.rmlngliam "Granddaddy! Whcjre did yon get "Great grief I What do you do Various Spots May Have Particular about It?" a Job ns night watchman' V IndianapSail Johnson's C'iod Advice. Application, but There Is Variety "NuthTg In partlckler. They're the olis Star. t. Itmis, fr",ii tills lazy dream of for Every Visitor. poorest shots on the Ridge and never es, which : obtained, you Not Wrat He Aslced. come nlgher to me than ten feet cr so. ely 'iave ent'od, because could "So you go to school. nfer n tb.y coull sclousness of If TIie fa'ty tale of Tirls belongs to It sorter amuses, me to see grown men or us. In whatever terms it may doing such childish tricks and never byT asked the cleAyman iru ., niton il and manlv dfe-t- : a nopeiui 01 ine Is Marie An- - 'compllshlng anything at It." Kansas year-oi' hold. nnon; and, City Star. 15001, 1 es, sir, answeren :t rather "Let me hear how you PJ pales. What Paul Said. cked St. Taul. the apostle and not the . LUC UiUVUdlJ eat city. Is only un ordinary mortal In ,1s. the eyes of Billy, ace ten. A group of Bobby." "Yes, sir. bnt you he young boys was assembled In a park. dictionary spell) on one or tne overnignc camping inps the speil r-- r "Scted every week by the Y. M. C. how I htes the Indianapolis News. Be- No. e eampflre was put out for the "Don't T. secretary conducted reading the passage she a Past and Present, baby? The late Mrs. George Gould bated She NO DYE Balr Color T fawJotl It ti IbaI color, or rtor gry rix to air lt dj KtorcrSar pply It d3 wtcb malt. A tUl t Se.or41reitrom butti ai wtor of good donl uo dag-er- 10c Makes Old Waists Like New --- ra w t Age-Uoral- for-tnl- . f u ir .) ." -- . -' - s s . . I 1 V11 J 1 I I II W . . tit jiiiui on (H''ii OVri:;i;sviLLE. KY. .ml w.fe Itiil't It (ioildM Ii I .1 lltl ' ll, il.m 'lilt r -- Mag.mt I (!!. el Weekly, fV. W. Williams loo!. :i p.uly of J'till Well. ienl ''iiihIix Hilh their twelve, iin hiding iii . Mrs. nil, Stanley and family. R)l-reaccording to net of V,. Mary Mis. Iliijt Thi'inpsoii and li.iliv. of t'nileher, of Colorado at the Owingsvillo, Ky.. second-clas- s Springs. Col., and Mr. A'ice Toy. Ohio, are xisiiin her pareiil-.- . Mr. inatttT. :is t lie iilim Till-d Mrs. . 15. IL.I.I.s and wife. OUTLOOK'S Mihscription of ll.i'l's Summit, K;iiis., Th'px nro ns follows: t liirl, Slaton's i:iii Springs Sunday :iml a cry on j mother and .V-ar $l..r,0 I UMil'if day Mis. I'.tlicl I'.edfor. of Sail :i- - spent. !' vr... :rT i ...11.. .1. ! i i i i (his wtfU. on of Roheit To i I.ii k are i.silm Illll xr..ii." .............................. Jn-.u 'A Tl. i ...mis o(i-- r i prod v !'. It '! IViiiii a IVi miiniin tree loov.n .Morris, ol I rest on u.is at IvmIIs THURSDAY, SHUT. 1 1. 1JI22 I ! Saturday ami Sundav. his home week ami hrokr III arm. 'aL Mi 1. 1. ther K'iid.ill and lamily attend Y I'noks I' limil'ier died Sunday E. D. THOMPSON, illm-sim raimr after a laierin ofjed tin annual meeting at I'reneliliiirj; OPERATOR several monlhs of tuler iilosjs. 1, ' Sunday. Kentucky. Owingsvillo, wa- - a soldier m the late war ami j Mr. A. It. Thomasson jm.l beKinninur at l:'!(l to the highest and best liiddor tin folliAvinj,- ik- -, jlv wife and hah. Inlernient !rvn. nl' Ml. Slerlin-- spent one day .scribed live slock: PEELED OAK ! last wc.-with her mother, ednek's Mniida at 11 a. in. Mrs. 'm colt Out a;t'(l bay man.. Kood worker; Mese Crowe, wife ami daughter, t'allie I'aan. One jack ! yrs. old and a "jood , " One :mwl black inniv raiza'cth, of near Owingsviile. spent W. Ttnlej ami wife an. I rhd-TnileOLYMPIA bay boie, a j:ud one One n ISnaday with !recii A .leniiet and jack colt, ;;o'd "d sis-worker !os and family, t'liarlie I tI,- ins-Gordon Swort. of lig Sandy mules, Five cows and cakes : tiSo Ivmiii.1 Denni... l Tin lev. Mr. I'iers.il!, I'.e.U-hai- Mine pair aird is is,tinr her fntlic"' in law, William One cow without calf and two s mare mules Two R"1'ert H.irdwi.-k- , who ha heen i:i Swaitr II. 1. Cle'.iiis, l'arHuter. and wife. old botre mule yearli'u: .steers One I' .'s for some time, is visiting relI' irpeaii r ami wife. Ill' hard and Two yearlinj; mules and a nude The lit l"o tine.- - weeks old daiidi- ative- hen. if M..s r.ail.nd ami v.ili. d ed j id'er Ii. ..dpasli r. Mi s i h. VA,r, Mr. ami Mrs. (i. D. fJarrett. Mr. ot drain .Mi s Met'Iam and Mi feer 'ihnndax and w.i-- l aid Mrs. Newton ("arelt. Mi- "ad t'tinii! at Ktndn'l Splint;. Uiid.iy. utile- If. iv the .111111.1' .d Nelson tihirrttt, of Wade... Mill, ii..Mr . ti. ,i I i iii lil iif Sunday. lr . Oioijre Ann Sn.ut TV, Mrs. (icmge ami thil-dr-- . Oordeii Swart!, Mi-J'r Aildie Swnrts Mi.--f. I lull ami Mi. Nannie a iv m 'rinr the famil;. of Mill;:id OKLA Kutlnr ami ehihlren, of Ml. Sterling, MiClothin at Dod:, K. i,jcu:tjriE"jrrLajrnf.L''ict Andiew II in:-- . mi liiddle, ot IV X. P. li'ei.l ami family Sim-- i Ml nr. HI., who has heen Dallas Heiirv. of Ashland, is wahi ii i ; v ami attemlel church liere. it 'it;, lioKv folks. aunt Mrs. I,..l.,-- Sm de,-a-r ami fain "'ss Maltha Dennis, of Mt. Slrr-- I Wo ait rl.id to hear that Mr- -. .Inn i'v. Ii.r. r i in ot .1 home. T i , i visited here Salnnlay Richard on. of Mt. JSteilinjr. i.s .lames Il.driil; and mother, VV 1 ri'nt and iimlay. of Mr . I'mi.sI ;x,i :i,i jirs. alst llerhit ii- -! "Irs, .lolm Smith and daushter.-sSH iaoil!.e holh fonncrly of this i:..i. ;1 isn,, i!.;r ni,.,.,.. jrs. ,s;ir,, ". Alii.e and Kalherine, f ; I'elle Roherts, of l'leininj:.slmisr. plaee. iti who have heen visiting rela mJitl Mr .. I. A. Swaitz ha.. ineiimonia. j t .'.. litnry U'haley, t.f near M. ' rion" mi i eouiitv fir llm .Mr. .lohn Mason Se'.tral from here allc.i.li-.- l lh" t 'ainio!, I paifi t ten days Mtent one dnv with aiinnal meeli'iir at last j and f.jmily Tuesday niht t Millard Castle hero and "sited Simda. Hr'j L;,ii'' ,,"'J"hl a lnim-of eat tie. ittive-tvy- . . at Olvnmiii for a dav or o..... , Tl i rP s t ...v. j... j.Tiinia, t'l tt. ......ii. I.... I l..in ii, .srjM. i si. io .wvio ii ri ami (fi ueiii iToe-rii. I.. .. i:.... moved haek here tram the Springs. I., ... .. ..I......I...... . ,i .iiL.il . i. uillllUUULLL fj(UII I F flilTl ftfW VfUILUUIV Tl.omi. on. wt, ...... i. very ii r i ill. - Icr Mr-- . Virjril MoiUjov .it Ml. Ster iioui, itj-- i Con-Kresj- .., Live As 01 Post-OtSr- c : A- KW cxculoi of will lh"! ll.( laic W!, fur snjc at his la(o houiu! in Sharpshur;;", on s Thursday, September 14th chil-Irjn- i- - J ! r Ik-nu- . I Kol-er- n L'-- vt T It - - 1 alh-nd'"- S. S. BALLS ol'J. a-- fl s .. Mxemlor Ma!K n; -- '. Co-tia- n. , j. j. N C I) 11 IT -- tov-'nyto- n, te i- - Il.-lri- - -- ii.'. r-- s - . liss (leoivia Let (irav, v.ho ha iffChas. Swarlz is in l.e.iii"t.ni at a --. j heen SALT LICK. hospital for mediral treatment. isitin her parents here for .Miss .Mary !'. .Mae was failed to two wee! s, iriniiu'.l home Sunday to .1. P. Wright look a ear load of a- NOTI: OUR I'RJCHS ON Al!:ATS - Morehead Wednesday tn aeeomit of Maiion, Iml. attic to Cineiniiat" market SaturdayIs m HONE Mrn. K. 1 Kereheval and ehihlren illness. k i STKAK 1'OIlTEIi HOUSE STEAK 'S.tt sr. T Perry Staton, of Ashland, visiled LOCUST unovE left'tStimlay Jor their home in l.c.x- V LW1M Si'KiXlv JiOUNO STIiAK r EL A NIC UOAST It IB ROAST lde h;a parents. M. K. Stalen and wife iuKttj&k after .spendinj: the siiinmer Ml-. t a gne-- i Khnir Highley " 3"! EOiaX.tk'AIITEl' i:')AST li.e j Ixst wetl;.. .. htre. . of Mia. Nannie Highley near Okla Sitl Warren and wife ami .Mrs. Sunday. A full line of clean. fre:;b groceries, :v. fruits. Mr. and Mix Deniar.l Kautz. of otfetabk-lJFi I"ii "in; Green, irr xisiting relatives. Klirahith Williams ami son. Joseph Tllinor Stone and family, of On were in .Mt Sterling Tim r day. i.gsMtle. attended the meeting at here. Pete Pergrem and son, Waller, Wlnii- - Has Sni;Jay and were truest s LIZ John Kanlz is reeovering "'rs. ;- -i Croiieh and family. 'snii .a -- cvore aetident e.uisetl hy have gone hark to work in Middle fV. -i IiT.,1 J !s,'t UJl :.f:ti iw. '. i5 I srik.tig- - Jjcr htA' aga'nst lop of ear lunr Ohio, alter visiting home folks. C'nnli. fiilihl and wife and Misi 1 Sol Stalen ami family will g.. to Vandie Nhmael. while ridiniroverNitir slrtvls, Sev- of near I'oplar ing t gne-tir.il sttfhs of .Mrs. Zel.i :jken in her head ydiddletown, Ohio, soon to make their' I'la " Or J lie ladies of Insure home. orWhilton a.' famtly al;:rllay an.l SaI n k have an Mr. Tom Jaikson is seriously ill Saturday nighv. ganized a W. C. "K. V. h..eiclv a ml ifi Kill arc starting o(T tiJu. Mrs. Jlary at this writing. Mr. ami Mrs. Alpha Viee, of near .llirn, !fi l.uneli was Jkss Lizzie SwaV. visiU'il friends i Hillshom, ind M and Mrs. Irvin iPiioley is preside.!' . 0 III! "tie: l.yke.-- , tif Happy .ser.vtl last Sales. D.ix hy this soviet. in Menifee count v last week. lloliow, atttndeit ' ing to $M. proeeetLs ainount the meeting ami were guests of Mrs. AT Judge Kiley. of Morrhead, spoke STEFSTO.'lE. Oeorgia Kiddie Saturday night. . s k.L.,. S 'enthnsiaslie nndiem-Mrs. Nannie Wlialty. of near .Kaiiolo! l'riee went to visit his A? - zm 'tax- in lidi.-il-f .if ili anijl. Mis.. I'r.ink Young, of Ouings-vill- o made it so plan; last week. He will attend this her mother.' i ehild eouh attended ttMyi'of school in i iwingsville. f voting for tli Joe William Henry alten.led the an nual meeting at Frtm hlmrg last " f !,t ' I'ro. rl son wrie up i wtek. I :day. Km I Stnll and family, of JJoiirln. county, spent "ii:itl.iy willi the la ter's pan nt", 11. I). Jilcwiis ami Z . c . s .I..... Wo have ixuiii. ihv "Tot'cry s(ro hi ami moat markt't of Korr WHis on Main strool and solicit, tlic ptihlic jjj tronato. Our IVit'Jitls a!' asked t.oc.all on ns ulirn in w market, for Wv want ail kinds of conn- - or mrats. ; try produco. i' !! ).- j.; ii3i , J wt-i-- s ROSE liE 1 . KILL! At BKTHKL, 1. WH'L KY -- spen' iK.