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Sam (tinier and JIU Anna B. Kay were nmrried Saturday at the oflire f the Count v Clerk. YOU KKXT: .My Iioikp on Main street. .MKS. .VtHX A. DACGIIKKTY. week to .lamo wife, a on. Bom nt Freetlonia, Kan., last Lane Honaker and fiet our priecs on conl, lumber. lime nnd cement ht tore buying. Bight priors nnd prompt delivery, TIIE WALTER YODNO COAL CO Little Mary Mfcnraret Barber fell one day la- -t week whilcjlayinjr oh the Mn-e- t atid fraetured an arm. Harvard foot hall team defeated the Colonel- - if Centre CoIleci on the formerV grounds at Camhridpe, last Saturday liv a -- eore of l!4 to 10. Ctirti,, Field- -, an old and well known eolored man of tlii-- . town, was found dead at his hoarding Millie Kain-ey'- s. hou-- e at Wc want to thank our friends and neighbors, al-- o Dr. fiudell for their kindne-- s during the illue-- s and death of our and father. MKS. JAMES E. HOUSEMAN'. hu-ha- nd r J. injured byVi .fall through a was eellar door at hivhome. lntth ankles' K'inp broken, and otherwise injured. Mrs. Will Shrout. of Sharp-bu- POSTED Our farm- - are posted ncnint hunting with dops nnd pun. Violators are warned that they will be dealt with according to law 0 JAMES and JOIEC CHAIN'. 11-3- Notice To Creditors. All persons having claims against the estate of J. C. Ellington, deceased, will present same properly prov- en to n. C. ELLINGTON', Admr., Bangor, Kentucky. I am prepared to examine and fit your eyes with gla cs. Xo charge for examination and glasses must lit you atid satisfy you or no sale. S. D. THOMPSON, Registered Optometrist. Attention Men. There will be a meeting of Bath Po.- -t Xo. 42 at the ofliec of Dr. J. W. Lester Thursday, Nov. 2. All members requested to be present. Business of importance. J. T. ARXOLD, Commander. J wagon One of Murk Donald-on- 's hors.es became frightened at a bale of hay which they were unloading and which dropped .at his feet, and ran off. He ran into a picket fence, one of the pickets entering bis brca-- t killing him in a few minutes. house nnd FOR SALE: lot on Slate avenue. Lot contains 1 acres, good well nnd outlmlid-ing- s. 11-1- C MKS. MAKY V. PERKINS, R1 Hillsboro, Ky. Notice To Taxpayers. Jc Barber, of Wyoming, brought Mr- -. .1. L. Bvron wa- - in Mt Ster- to this otlice an old document entiling Monday. tled "Swift's Directions'' purporting Mrs. David Stamper "'.- - in Mt. to locate tlu fabled Swift's silver Sterling Monday. mine. The direction- - given arc very V. M. Slump and family have movexplicit direction- - to anyone knowing ed to Middlctown, Ohio. the starling point. The document Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Kiucaid were old, written a quill and in in Louisville scwral layh the pa- -l a legible hand and Mr. Barber claiiiis week. that this doi'iiinciii wa- - written beMr- -. Park- - Dunald-o- ii fore the Declaration of Indcpcn-li'licc- . and lie olitaiui'd thi document Douald-o- ii spent last I'riilnv from an old lady in Fleming couut Sterling. at Mt of St. Louis, is who said that it was handed down Ward Ijtm by her grandfather who was ninety Mr- -. hi- - grandmother, three years old and died about lit'U r'ratman. I year ago. lie - heheved to iac Mi of CincinThdma Jack-oconic into posse ion of jt in the year Mi nati, is visiting her eou-i1812. The supposition - that Swift Thclma Johii-o- u. and a man named Muiulay came into Janus Kichard- - and mother have Kentucky prior to the Revolutionary returned home from a -- tay at Mar war and discowrcd a silver mine e, Ind. -- omcwhcre in Eastern Kentucky, and Mr- -. Clay Royse uent to Mt. Story and imiilc into bars a great smelted ling Tuesday to roii-u- lt a specialist deal of silver. According to tradition in regard to her health. Muiulay iu captured by the India W. Belcher and Morton went Swift became blind and dictated diligent Many to Lexington Friday o consult an these directions. oculi- -t concerning the latter. scarchc- - have been made for Swift's ic Mr. and Mrs. Barber were treasure but nothing has ever been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jack--oi- i, found. Judge Kerr in hi, exhaustive 'History of Kentucky' recently pubof Fleming county Sunday. Mrs. E. II. Goodpa-te- r has return- lished, reluctantly pronounces the ed from an extended vUit to friends story of the Swift silver mine a mt.h. cities. in New York and other To Buy Bonds. Jame- - Stewart and wife, of LexFrederick Mayer, of Ciiuinn.'ti, ington, -- pent Sunday with the hit representing the Lewis S. ler- - parents, T. F. Allen and wife. Co., of that city, was in town invesMi-- s Lucille Vice had as week end gurt-- , Mi-- .s Mary Heath, Pinevillc, tigating the .:100,IIOU County Knnd Bond issue, lie seemed cry anxious and Mi- -- Grace Crooks, Sharp-bur- g. pun "i.'-- c ihc-- e bond- - at once but Mrs. Omar McClain and son, Thur-niathe court informed him that this of Grange City, were gue-t- s of Mrs. McClainV brother Clay Roysc matter would be deferred until a later date. Sunday. Mr. Mayer -- eenis to think the Mr- -. Lee Jones and daughter, Mb bond- - should bring a verv accept Ella, have returned to their home a able price at the pro-cmarket and Walton after a visit to Mrs. Floy; sugge-t- s that action for their sale Uoss. should be taken soon. He advi-e- s Mrs. Wm. Kopp, of Dayton, Ohio, for securithat then! is a ready is visiting friends and relatives in ties of this type in his city. the county. Mrs. Kopp is a former ''Bath county from a bond man"-vic- w resident of this town. point is in excellent linancial L. 1). Brother nnd R. W. Kiucaid condition and its affairs seem to be were in Louisville a few days last directed in a very capable manner," week. They also Coleman ay.- - .Mr. .Mayer. Elliott and family near Loui-vill- e. Samuel S. Estill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Granville Denton, Mrs. Douglas Thomas and little Mr. S. S. Estill, aged SI year-- , daughter, Doris, are guests of Mr. died at his home at ML Sterling last and Mrs. A. X. Denton. Thursday morning of ' pneumonia Ilineman Corbett, who attend, the following an accident in which .he University of Kentucky, Lexington, sustained a fracture of the left hip. spent the week end with 'his aunt. Mr. Estill wa born and reared near Owing-vil- le Mi- -and married Mi- -s AugusLinda Allen. Crouch of the -- ame plec. He Miss May Daughcrty left the past ta by his widow and live chilweek to vi-- it her Mrs. W. L. Nannie dren, Dave W. Estill, Mi-sKilpatrick, of Mt. Sterling, and Mrs. and Mary Baiiks E'till, of Mt. SterClaude Paxton, of Ashland. ill ling, Leroy of Montgomery Mrs. Adda Parks and daughter, county, and Donald of FlemMiss Margaret and Mrs. Barbara h ing county. The burial wa in McCarty, of Salt Lick, and George cemetery, services conducted Kerr, of this place, were guests of Mr. Estill by Elder Bruce Trimble. Park- - Donald-o- n nnd family from was a member of the Christian Friday until Sunday afternoon. Church and wa- - a true Christian Brutus Ka-- h and wife, of Key- and devoted and father. stone, W. Va., came Thursday for a mother, I will on Saturday, Nov. 4, offer week's vi-- it to Mr. Ka-h- 's Mrs. lmra Ka.--h and Mrs. Kash's for sale my farm consisting of 50 parent- -, Will Coyle and wife near acres one-hamile from Owingsville town. on Sharpsburg pike. Farm is in good -well watered. Ike Templenian, of Winchester, tato of cultivation and This U part of what is known as visited friends here and at Salt Lick last week. Mr. Templemnn is a son the.Cabe Ratlin farm. At the same time and place will sell some personal of Jack Tcmpleman, deceased, a former resident of this place and left property. ED HEXDEKSOX. here about forty four years ago. ng n, n, i.tin-vilca.-te- rn ie! n, ut cd -si-te- rs, es E-tE-t- ill Mac-pelahu-bai- id lf .hour of one o'clock p. aim being the lir- -l dax of the regular tciiu of the Bath t'oni.'x Court) at the front door of the Court llou-- e in Owing-vill- e. Bath -- ell to the highest bid county, der the tollowing parcels of land, lying in Bath county, Ky, ii the water- - of lliuk-to- ii creek and bounded by beginning at ligure L" on l.cgget the plat, corner to T!iomp-oi- i, and KathlV; thence X C'.l V 7MI chains 'o ligure Hi in the old road, orncr to KntlilT ami Johiisoii-JheucS III E 17 chain., to a point al ligure 17 in middle of I link-to- n creek and comer to same; thence uith the mid die of .aid creel; a- - it runs X 7ii EI chain to figure IS; thence S 7.S1A E r.."i0 chains to a point at ligure 't.'t in middle of -- aid creek and corner to lot 2; tin c with lot 2 X .l"i chains W !.!2 cliains at ligure ,!2 and corner to same; thence W .'I chain- - to stone at ligure .'il corner to same; thence X ." chain- - to a -- tone at ligure 'M, corner to .ame; thence X S3 E 1.10 chains to the point of beginning, containing '.).') shtos of land. Al-- o a small parcel of laud adjoining the above boundary and by beginning at ligure 30 on plat of Hovermale divi-lo- ,. and corner to the above described land; thence S ."i chains to a stone at figure 31 corner to same; thence E 3 chain, to a stone at ligure 32 corner to same; thence a Xorlhcrly direction to a set stone in middle of the pike, a direct opposite course of the line from ligure 32 to liguro 33 on plat of division, an agreed line with Johnson Setters, deceased; thence along the middle of the pike to the point of beginning, containing 1 Va acres! of land and being the same tract of etl c Hi Burley Tobacco Growers' Cooperative Hi Association Lexington, Ky. m ifi fd Ifi Jas. ('. Stone. ' !orporatcd) is m ftimj vMALvTMINU3I .Till Wl iW rv WMMA President and General Manager, Sliarpsbttrj. Mr. .John It. Crock ... is H IK whether any one will be ailowed to join the Association af- IE ter me closing nay we nave set, iov. inn, win say mac it any grower wants his this year's crop of tobacco handled f l3 through the Association it will be absolutely necessary for j.n him to sign the contract before November (ith. We are not going to allow the man on the outside to see IX" how the loose-lemarkets open, and if he does not like jjl the price, to then bring his tobacco to the Association. ifj Trusting this gives you the information you desire, and $fj with best regards, I am Very truly lh JAMES C. STONE, u Pi .sident and General Manager J Contracts will be accepted 'at the following places: Ow- tJfo . ingsville, either bank. County Clerk's office, or Dr. A. V. ffi Waldcn; Sharpsburg, either bank or A. M. Peed; Bethel, the Hethel bank; Sherburne, John Boyd; Salt Lick, Salt VZ Lick Deposit bank: Wjoming, Will Anderson; Preston, Jess y3 Hampton; Olympia, S. J. Fearing or Lawrence Thomas. r zn LC ifi ifi il r S af ifi ic ifi 2 LB LJ rCit l ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi p i jp in LJj P .better .baking with. Mirro We '..ottlil in fi ifi Baking Dishes we have on Display. 31 31 Mirro h. the finest aluminum kitchen ware made; it will last ifi ifi 31 through two generations of daily service, ifi - And you will be surprised to find that Mirro is not expen- - je Lg irpj sive at all the price is very, very low when you consider rSj tn the quality. in ifi in h like you to come in and see the exquisite Mirro ifi gi y 31 MEN'S FALL SHOES arc showing Hie FAMOUS ED- MLPINUS I EH Llk Aa T. BYRON 1 m ifiinyiifiinffiifiifiifiaifiifiifiifiifi On !SifiififfiiSii?iSififfiffi!rHiHSiSifi a Bi ffi Hi g Wo Ml Hi made of CAKE FLOUR Such cake! Light, deli ciotis, ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi is TUU 1 -- land conveyed to R. E.May by deed of J. A. Setters, recorded in deed book 77, page ")2S, Bath County Clerk's Ollice. Sale will he made on a credit of li and 12 months and a sullii 'cut amount of said laud will be sold to satisfy the following debts, viz; First the debt of R. E. .May of .M,0(iS.Sl and co-- ts of .f.")4.2r. Second for the debt of Wayne Tapp of .f!17S.G!. Third for the debt of F. S. Allen of .il,212.4. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good surely for the piiiclin-- e S chilly rO ri 11 JtK, spc- - if. ifi LC ifi ifi !fi LEXINGTON MAID Trrrrrrrrryrf w ifi STAYS FRESH AND MOIST UNUSUALLY LONG line line shoes, priced 87.00 and & ifi! your old favorite "STAGY-ADAMS- " ifi ml ifi ifi gBVIEMBER ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi - tempting; always i m ti W00LC0TT LOUR MILU causes more than almost else, anything comment ill ifi ifi mi I LAcr-eooN- S & co. Nov-J-'ihers ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi Hi price bearing (i per cent interest per annum from date of sale till paid, NOTICE having the force of a judgment. The E. Kash has rented Jlr. Sanili Mr- -. Amly loneo' Rilile School bonds for the May debt will be pay- .1... kson's rcniiloncc on Slate avenue fla-.. No. It of the Christian I'liun i able to said R. E. May for his debt .Ind will niuvf to it the first of yrs. Jackson xvil! go to Alt. will have a sale of it'll kind of co-t- s, end and the bond- - for the rlin-- ; on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 1".. L. Tapp debt will be taken to the said to inaku her home xvith her Harney furniture store. 2f Wax lie Tapp for his debt and the si, James .laek.-o- n. b. mils for the Allen debt will be tak en to F. S. Allen for his debt. LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B. C. C. ' cat-alil- tifiifiifiifi!!fiffi!SifiiR ifi !fi --it ifi- ifi ifi - ifi ifi ifi ifi U1XINGT0N WOOLCOTT MAID! DROS. mxivut is Hi r inmmi Some one is sure to ask, "Who made this de- licious cake. How proud the woman who can ac- knowledge it as the re alt of her skilland LEX! TON MAID vr. ifi Ejj 1 jj c ifi FLfi.R. ifi ifi 5 ih ifi ifi r 'MUST A LITTLC DIKFEREN ifi ifi ifi ifi R. C. BYRON i 1 1 OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. I 5 New THE UNIVERSAL CAR Prices OLD PRICES DON'T FORGET THE The Ford Motor Company announce Another price reduction of $50.00 in Ford Cars Effective Today. The lowest Price in the History of the Company. OLD PRICES F. 0. B. Detroit NEW PRICES F. 0. B. Detroit NEW PRICES F. 0. B. Detroit oo The Graded School tax i now due. Hecretofore this tax has been paid to the Sheriff but this year will be payable to J. K. Aimnerman, Collector. The penalty as prescribed Inlaw will lie added after Dec. 1st. 2t U. S. Army Goods for Sale. A postoflice lias been established with a bridge party Friday afternoon at Wyoming beginning November 1st at her home on West Main street. and John Tinchcr has been appointed by Miss Lucille She was a postma-tc- r. A star route has been Vice. At 4ho conclusion of the Mcs-dam- Mrs. Shanklin Piper entertained Woman's at the Court-House, Club Chassis RimaboiiL HALLOWE'EN PARTY F. 0. 8. Detroit D. Brother, E. II. Brother, E. V. Ewing, Protracted Meeting. I have a lot of Hup and Garson Brother, G. C. Ewing, J. L. Edgar Denton. J. D.Conner, Nan Emshoes, O. D. Coats and Tron-er- s, Henry S. Ficklin will lie-- in a Lc-l- ie Shrout, Shirts, .Overcoats and Blankets. mons, T. S. Shrout, meeting at Vyoniiiij Cliureli J B. Hampton, Charles Bristow, C. next Friday night, Oct. '27 to continHats and caps and bridles and sadW. Young and Miss Oddie. Power. dles at prices to suit times. Everybody cordially ue indefinitely. B. W. COYLE. 3t Mrs. Charles Bristow entertained J invited. Saturday afternoon with a luncheon Wanted Mill Men and Woodsmen. by Mi-- s he Maysville Cardinals are xviti- bridge. She was assi-te- d of the post season scries of Edgerman, Deck man, Bill Saw Mary Heath, of Pinevillc, Mrs. B. M. and Mrs. Ruby Kincaid. triynes played xvith Cynthiaiia. This man, Pond man, Stackers, Timler Goodpa-t- er closes the season for the Blueras-- . Cutters, Grab Drivers and Landing .Among those invited were Mrs. Good wages and good working Berry, Miss Thelma Blunt and league. iren. d on Tuesday established from Sherburne to Wy- night, October 31. Doors open games a delightful salad course was G Ev- oming ami under competitive bids at o'clock. Admission 10c. rybou' invited. served. Tho-- e present were John Hcudrix was awarded the conA. T. Byron, J. L. Byron, L. tra t t. This route also starts Nov. 1. $285 $319 00 $235"" Coupe $269"" Sedan $298"" Tr'k Chassis $380 00 NEW THEATRE PROGRAM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th, DON'T DOUBT YOUR WIFE, Tow ing Car $348 00 $645 $430 00 oo $530 m $595 V $380 oo oo f featuring Leah Haird. Pathe News Weekly. Also Runabouts and Touring Cars equipped with Demountable Eims $25.00. Electric Starters $70.00 additional. El-n- er SATURDAY, OCT 28 conditions. AMERICAN COLUMN & LUMBER CO., fitark, West Virginia. There will he a representative of the U. S. Veterans Bureau at the Court House on November 7th and men who desire 8th. All to take vocational training, .hospitalization nnd compensation will please meet this representative in the jury xoom, west wing of court hou-- e op Miss Grace Crooks, of Sharp-burAlex Goodpaster, E. II. Goodpastcr, Ford Patterson, E. V. Brother, J. L. Byron, E. H. Brother, L. D. Brother, (I. C. Ewing, J. B. Hampton, Park Donaldson, J. L. Ewing, Edgar Denton, Shanklin Piper T. S. Shrout, Le-l- ie Shrout, C. W. Young, A. T. Byron, Nan Emmons, J. D. Conner, Mis-e- s Micha Martin Loomi Palmer, Virgaline Byron, Lucille Vice and Louise Lacy. g; cs "THE KENTUCKIANS" featuring Monte Blue, .story by John Fox, jr. Also Pathe News Weekly Paramount. COMMISSIONER'S BATH CIKCriT SALE. COURT Also Announcing the Addition of a Sedan Selling at $725.00 o. b. C1TTTS Four-Doo- r this date- D. W. DOGGETT Service Officer . OUTLOOK $150 PER YEAR. Plaintiffs. ITUESDAY, OCT. 31 NOTICE OF SALE versus Pays to Advertise" Defendants. Hayes Lane, etc. By virtue of a judgment and order featuring Bryant Washburne Paramount. of .sale of the Bath Cirruit Court, Admission each night 10c and rendered at the October term thereof, 1022, in the above styled action, 20c. I as Master Commissioner of said Beginning Friday night, Octo ber 27. the show will start at Cotrt, will on 7:15 promptly. NOVEMBER Wayne Tapp Detroit. i-1 "It For additional informantion or immediate delivery dates get touch, with 1 1 rTTm "raTTT-ITTlT- I O PITTT5 -- TTT Ford Dealers, Bath County, Ky. MONDAY, 13, 1922, 1: OWINCSVILLE OUTLOOK. oWlNGSpLLE. Y. ONLY ONE MAN AT WEDDING 4 Says It Mad? a New Person SundaySchool of Her IMPROVED UNIFORM DHTJINATIONAL Kentucky News Callings An upltotn Ooltimbfu At a reunion of the Pace family In Adair Counly. Ky, recently held at tbo home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yanhov, near Cane Valley, ISO ot the Pages' ami their descendants worn present. 'ailli. Will !tannm, n former citizen of 't'rlgg County, died suddenly it Cory don, Henderson County. Ilo li id many relatives and friends In C.itPz. Ho formerly lived near lEoarlng Spring. Hartal was in Henderson County. Cadiz An appropriation of $1,000 has been authorized out of the road bond money for the Improvement of Ihe old Princeton road from .McCain's bridge to (ho Caldwell Counly line. Residents along Ihe way must pay of the i'ost. one-four- th The Same Old Backache! Docs every day bring the same old Iiackaclie? I)o you drag along with your back a dull. uncenning ache? Kvenirt! find you "all played out"? Don't be ltejlize it is merely a dtscouraRctl sign you hiven't taken good care of yourself. This has proliahly strained your kidneys. Take IIiiiik' eaier for nnliile and help vour kidneys with feel-in- Recent English Ceremony Remarkable for Its Rigid Exclusion of the Sterner Sex. occurred In London the other day nt which a woman pastor, or postoress, or mlnlstress, officiated, to the scnndnl of British conservatism. There w as u- woman organist, nnd tenors and bassos were excluded from the hy meneal choir. A child once asked, ".Mamma, were you there when I was born?" In this case the bridegroom was present, hut If they could hnve found any way to dlsiienso with his presence they would huve done so. He was probably very uncomfortable, and was no doubt shown his place and kept in It the English are great nnd game, nnd If English feminism pet out to show a bridegroom his place we can safely wager thnt he knew It and felt It, and wished he were some other plnce. As n mailer of fact, bridegrooms at weddings have boon diminishing In Importunes for several generations, until nowadays nt the most fashionable of the sort they attract little more attention than the hut racks they nre. A bridegroom Is undertaking to support nnd rent- a family, to be responsible for a lot of hanim scnrum girls nnd boys hi business or Jail, nnd to pay all the bills and fines nnd supply all the gasoline and tenth-ers- . but on his wedding day he is treated ns casually as though he had Just come to take the center nlslc car-p- t to the cleaners. The best mnn does his best to look Importnnt br an assertion of the Importance of his sex, but It Is n rank failure. And what must It have been at this almost Adamlcss wedding? Needless to remnrk, the word "obey," that ancient Imposture, was dropped altogether from the service as read by the mlnlstress. Perhaps that was Just as well, provided It does not come bnck on the wrong side of the contract; but we hnve long expected to see It there ns n recognition of renllty. After a few more such weddings, men will wonder more than ever why other men do It. But It will go on Just the same. Chicago Dally News. On Opinions. It Is n wise man who changes his mind, but a wiser one who does not make up his mind too firmly, who realizes the fallibility of his opinions nnd theories nnd views them with modesty. He escapes the many wounds which come to the one who has become so firmly established In Ills belief that he stubbornly fights against nny change and goes down grievously hurt when truth finally overwhelms him. Deny to yourself the need of having firm convictions on every subject under the sun. Don't he afraid to let your theories remnln In a malleable state subject to the gradual molding of new Ideas. Itespect the opinions of others, even If you cannot accept them, and keep your mind always open to the sunshine of truth. A wedding ThOH&ft4s of jvoo4e needlessly a half-Kirnervous, contrition ubeti they might enjoy sturdy. r4mt Itetilth and nil its mani fold Mcssious if llvey only know what to tin. Poopl: In Hits condition find Tattlac mhhi etuis their trottldo ami iHritdg Hp 1im1hcv of strength, en ergy and vitality. Mrs. Paul f!7 S. Filriiwh St, IlocUostor. X. Y e run-dow- n P. II TITZW ATEK. D. D, Trarher of HnRllsh l':Mr ln Hie Moody HIM Institute of t'hlmko I Opvrleht tern SVwprr ttnton -- tBy nEV. Lesson Madam, Raisins Cost Less Now So Get Their Benefits and Their Flavor in Scores of Attractive, Money-Savin- 4 ot thm most events trantplrinz throughout the state An-o- LESSON FOR OCTOBER 29 MESSIAH'S MINISTRY (WORLD'S TEMPERANCE SUNDAY) I.KSSON VT says: "SoHtetlw apo wy health ami strength loft hh all at once. 1 lost iitacteeR iNHHMis it a srwrt time ami could bariMy stay up. 1 gained tlvo IHwmds oh two bottles of Tan-laanil it lias HUfelo mo perfectly well and strung acl " XcrvoHsHni and a tlred- feolrttg are ltH symptoms of n liMtttm eme. whl.ii usually Hos In the Mmnttch. Tanlao enables yon to Kgest yoar food properly, eliminate vaste and regain your old time strength ami vigor. Cot a bottle today .t any Rood druggist. Advertisement. ran-dowt- e of The ii was destroyed by lire lu re The fire stiirtoil from a dofoeiito lino in the kitchen. All of (lie household effects were destroyed. There is $1,000 Insurance. re-ili- lrme Dnan's Kidney Pills. Then the backache, dt7.in.'n. headache, tired nnd bladder troubles will go. Doan's hive helped thimsambi and should help you. Ask your neighbor! An O'aio Case Mrs W. II Cooke. : Collect! St.. Cast Liverpool. Fays: "I had hui-i- i Fliarp tKiInn In n y back ant! mv kiU felt as thoueli It were golnir to hi . ik In two. Mv nerves were 111 hid eonill tl"n nml I had tllzz spells. Mi KMneys nrteil too freelv A friend tohl me Doan'H Kidne IMIIm nml I tried them. Do.in's enrcd me. Get Doan'a at Any Store, 60c " 61:1-- 9 to any iHHi'Je. . tIOLIi:N Tl-Itislitcausticss a nation, but. bin U a rrproach I'rok-- H.3I. m;ri;i!i;.NCB ICuin. 1:M. iiATi:niAt-iin- u. T:ts- He-ca- ot lonelily. l'our Hoys lli'iilihy and llapw t'nn. I.J-Hie World'a JUNIUK 1'UI.MAUY TOl'IC-llo- w niK Tol'IC-Ufatroj- -- The Next Step -l- INTKUJIIiUIATi: AND SKNIOIt TOl'lC 111 tile frolitbltloti Cam-pultn- t. World. iOUNO I'lCOPt.i: AND ADIU.T TOPIC 'loKresa ot I'rotilbltlou llirousliout the A Man may lie short of ideas anil jot 1k able to Imnd uut u loog lino of talk. The lesson cotiindttoe has gratut iiatnod this loson "World-widrroblbillon." Xoltlior tbo tot nor the eontoM. dlrootly or liuplioil, hays any- touIy e Mrs. M. E. Stephenson Pandnldge-- . Oli:t -- "Winn my baby xvtts six iih iiiIik old I liail gone down In health Willi inward weakness so that I rHrtd not cot around lo ilo my jKsowork or care for my Imby. I 'down ami out' when whs Hvt ) Marled lo lake Ir. Pierce's Pavorlto I'lvsortjMlon. Tho first ImiIIIo proved lo wo lliat I vcf lakinc the right IHOdiclflc and Ms liotiles liclicd me to got arcuitd to 4o my work as easily ns before my Hleves. Favorite ronily did lo wonders for mo na1 I am rlad lo recommend It at ovory o port unit."- - Mrs. M. K. 4171 St. Obtain Ir. Plori'"s Proscription now. in liquid or ta'dcts. from your druggist or sond for trial like, of taWots tn Ir. I'lerif' Invalids' Hotel In llaff;di. X. Y, or urlio for free medical advice. Pre-erlpt- ri lxt Headaches Constipation Wnea you are constipated, not enough ot Xature's lubricalinp liquid is in the 1kc1 to keep the food waste soft and movinjr. Doctors prescribe Nujol because it acts like this natural lubricant and thus replaces it. is a lubricant not a medicine or so laxative cannot gripe. Try it today. pro-duc- Arc Usually Due to uoi A LUBRICANT-MO- T A LAXATIVE GirlsX Girls!! Sop 2Sc, Omtnrat 25 Save Your Hair With Cuticura uil 50c, TaJ CUB 25c loiijtfrl rs x rrst n i rs VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for these disorders will often ward off these diseases and strengthen t!ie body against further attadajThree sizes, all druggists. Look for n i tlx a-- ? Cold Mtdl on do imitation ertrx box thing about prohibition its wo under-hlan- d the u.-- of tbo word. However, when i bluill roign upon the earth the rum tr.tllic with all other iniquitous pmetlivs will bo abolished. I. Messiah's Commission (v. 1). Ilo was appointed by the Cod'.s plan for the world Is a time of oaee and blessing. This condition of blosM'dnoss is to bo brought about through the ministry of the Messiah. As a qiiiilllloiitlon for this work, the anointing of the Spirit ot God was upon Him. II. Messiah's Program (vv. 1. 2). Messiah's program i twofold: to "proclaim the notepinblo jear of the Lord, and the day of vengeance of our (,'od." The careful reading of Luke 4:18-2will show that Jesus siisiendoil rending of this pnssnge at the comma. In Isnhih 01:2. His first coming opened up the day of "grace and the acceptable year of the I.ord," and Ills second coming will usher In "the day of enge.mee of our God." (II Tliesj. 1:7-1cf. Mai. 2:1-3)- . 1. Proclaiming the Acceptable Year of the Lord (vv. 1. 2). In His ministry of grace He preached (.) "good tidings to the meek." "Meek" here moans not only n grace, but a condition, that Ik, thus- In poverty and nflllctlon. (2) "Hind up the brokenhearted." "Hind up" signifies Mealing. (3) "Liberty to the captives." The figure of deliverance from the Babylonian captivity Is used to describe deliverance from "n and death (Hcb. 2:15). (4) "Opening of the prison to Messiah's them that are ltound." work was to give deliverance to those who were enslaved by the consequences of their sins. (5) 'The acceptable year tif the Lord." This means a space of time In which God would accept all who repent of their sins and come to Him. 2. Proclaiming tl-- day of vengeance of God ;v. 2). While the daj of mercy Is lengthened out. the time of Judgment will surely come. The day of vengeance will break upon the world when the Lord shall be revealed from heaven (II Thess. 1 The period of mercy Is called "jear." while the period of vengeance Is cnlled "day," showing that the erlod of mercy Is much longer than the period of wrath. Blessings cf Messiah's III. The Kingdom (vv. 1. "Comfort all thnt mourn" (v. 2). The day of vengeance will bring sorrow to many, but they shall lie comforted when they shall see the King on the throne. 2. "Give unto them beauty for ashes" (v. 3). This peculiarly applies to Israel. When the blessed Saviour shall reign ns King there will be no wearing of sackcloth and ashes, but Instead tne garment of beauty. 3. "Oil of Joy for Mourning" (v. 3). Israel has been mourning for centuries. When the Messiah shall reign ns King they shall be glaiL 4. "Gnrment of Praise for the Spirit (v. 3). of Heaviness" Instead of wearing the symbol of the burden of sin they shall be clothed so as to indicate their Joyfulness. 5. "Called Trees of lllghteousness" (r. 3). These trees represent Israel as planted by God and bearing fruit, not ns reeds bowed down with sorrow. Shall 0. "They Hulld the Old Wastes" (v. 4). Israel shall return to their cwn land and shall rebuild the city of Jerusalem nnd the cities of Judah which He waste. 7. "Strangers Shnll Stand nnd Feed Tour Flocks" (v. 0). In the time of the kingdom the Gentiles shall render voluntary service unto Israel so that Israel may devote her whole time to of God. the sen-Ic8. "Ye Shall lie Xamed the Priests of the Lord" (v. C). God chose Israel to be the priestly nation to represent Him to the Gentiles. 0. "For Your Shame Ye Shall Have Double" (v. 7). Instead of the sluime and confusion which Israel has cxpe- nenceii tor centuries she shall have double honor and rejoicing. 10. "I Will Direct Their Work, nnd Make a Covenant With Them" (vv. 8. 0). God will vindicate nis people and cause the Gentiles to see tbo divine favor upon them. Israel shall lie the head of the nations nnd the Gentiles shnll acknowledge God's favor upon them. e MoM-Iul1 e ). e as represented In outstanding warrants at the close of business September 30. was $G,UG,71S.ll. according to a report made by State Auditor John J. Craig. This represents an Increase of $.V.i:t,:!72 over the August .11 report. This Increase, according to the auditor, is due to payments made to the schools of the state. (he Kentucky Disabled Kvservloo Men's board Cadiz Carr Cunningham, owner of reiuestei! tbivernor Morrow lo issue a proclamation calling upon the people Ihe Perry Cunningham farm near Caof Hie stale to observe Armistice day, diz, sustained a loss of more than :?1,0H) when Ids stock barn was de1. Nov ember stroyed by lire, lie had no Insurance. Smllhland- - l'oad work on the high- It Is presumed that a match dropped way between Smllhland and Padiioah In loose hay started the lire. Grading and Is nearlng completion. Murray Calloway County has pledgdrainage work on (ho luka road is also People of Uv ingslon ed 1H1 per cent of her tobacco acreage nearly finished. Civ County are already realizing the val- to the Dark Tobacco Growers' operative Association, it Is nnuouncciL ue of the good roads. Calloway County's pledge Is among Murray Mrs. Anna Heath, of Mar the highest In the entire dark district, tin. Tenn, died In the hospital here as loudens In the organization stale. a result of Injuries sustained in a Ml. Whltesburg A long coal train was She was suffering from a fracture of The body was shipped :o wrecked Jul below Mnyklng, In Ibis the hip. Martin, where funeral services and county, demoralizing the main line truck for a considerable distance. All burial will take place. passenger and freight trains were dee per cent of layed si hours or more. Lexington La Center Klghty-livthe fob it grown in Hallnril County anil loulsvllte trains were delayed. lias boon pledged lo Iho lurk Tobacco Association, acMurray- - Paul Patterson, son of T. Growers' cording to Itobort Hill, county chair- W. Patterson, Judge, and a Several precincts of the coun- former resident of this city, has been man. ty have pledged nearly 100 per cent. appointed freight representative of the Iike Krio and Western Railroad Itenton The question of waterworks at Memphis. Mr. Patterson has been for Itenton Is being revived by I'.onton w'th the Cotton Kelt at Memphis for It Is assorted that several years. men. business another year will see a complete sysThe 'Lexington Declaring that It was tem of waterworks In Itenton. system must be built by private enter- Impossible to raise the entire 57,500,-00- 0 prise or It must bo constructed as a assessment Increase on personal enterprise community tangiable property which has been required by the State Tax Commission, Frankfort Virgil Chapman, state the Fayette County Tax Commission supervisor of rural schools. Is making adjourned after two days of almost u study ot conditions In Washington continuous session. County with a view of making such can also be recommendations there as I'aducah John J. Horry, who servapplied In other counties In Kentucky. ed for eight years as postmaster at The survey will Include educational, I'aducah, was succeeded by Ira G. social, economic and sanitary condishipping clerk in ihe postolliee tions. for Ihe last eleven years, who was recently appointed. Mr. Ilyerly ofHe was Fulton Fulton leads cities of West- ficially took charge today. ern Kentucky In Ihe matter of sanita- named acting postmaster several days tion In slaughtering, according to a ago. UtissellvIIle slate sanitary inspector. won second place. It was stated. CredMurray The city school tax rate it In Fulton Is duo to the public he.ilth for 11)22 will be 25 cents less on the Many Improveservice department. hundred than for the last few years. ments In sanitary conditions have been Financial condition Is such that they made by the department In the last were able to make the reduction. few years. The board has just completed one cf the handsomest school buildings In the Frankfort The state Indebtedness, state and furnished It with modern -- Members Frankfort of g Foods ar 1 F0STER.M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO, DOAN'S Box N. Y. WL.DOUGLAS are Hlioe tforLttnaniiilp profit $567&$8 SHOES JHS! actually deniainhMl your equaled. Protection tgalngt Is year by more people than iiuy other tn me woria tbrj r tin by nnrraon-abl- e after thn price .tauittl on ever pair. Tear, of sitUfartnrj pcrrlc kaT giTn thm confMance In the bnA ami In thn pro. tectlon Atronlel by Ihe W.I. Douglaa Tr&le Mark. g.iantnt. production costs are still much pre-wdays, raisins now cost almost as little as before the war. Use this luscious, energizing, healthful food lavishly, therefore, in scores of "plain foods" like rice pudding, boiled rice, bread pudding, Indian pudding, and in cake, cookies, pie, and with the children's cereals, to give them "luxury flavors" at "plain food" costs. Raisins are both good and good for you. So take advantage of these lower prices now. DUE to greatly increased crop3, even higher than in Sun-Mai- d Not More Than .4 W.L.DOUGLAS Into all of our 110 stores at factory oost. Wo ilo not make coat of profit until the ikoya mi hoei are iota to you. It li H. worth dollar fur you to and lHQla$ nmmi remember that when you (Vjf purtmtt U IV bay iboea at our stores Trade f0t. thct Mark n th, T0CPATOXLTO5KPR0F1T. wrJ. It tttndt J or the htghttt ttandard NomatterwhereyoullTebo of quality at the lev- dealers can supply yon with ntpctntle evtt. I'he W.UDougUs Phoei Thejrost Mint? and prttt i so mor In Han Frandaco plainly ttainped c than they do In NewKngUnJ. tKe tote. one or 20c Raisins Seeded Seedless Clusters Pacied under most sanitary condition! In f reib, clean cartoni. Very highest quality. Insist on Sun-Ma- id Brand, the kind that you know is good. New 11 oz. Package Your miller ibonM leH yon Saa-Xtaaj Setdlfii Raiuat ia It oz. packiitt lor aot mora cure than 20c. Rtiiat iititiTOttt blue pck ell Year retailer ilionU Sun-Ma- id la IS os. lor not fHMPARF ihoef, wllnany net tm fm utilit. (lOorflZihneA made. yV TO UtRCttASTSs If no d'ttertn your torn handlte rt&ZrVT&p W,U Douglas thoes, vntr to rrmident V day for tjelutre rfht to W.Z..IugtM ShomCo, lOSpnrk Afrt thil Quiet I rian, turn-ovline. lirotkton, Jtftu. tic ,ir If !7n.1$4 Hdf(JrnsllA tf t fir tilt la TNriWh SJJ tiia ISc Hy-erl- y, GET RID OF THAT " Not Mora Than 18c Your retailer ibtalcl iell( yes d SrfdUis tvaitiai ia IS or. red package foe not more thin ISc "TIRED FEELING" k you feel run down and Are you thin, no energy, no ambition, no "pep"? Now is the time to take Gude'i It will brace you up, give you a delightful feeling of vigor and ambition, enrich your blood, build firm, solid flesh, and bring the healthy color back to your skin. Your druggist has Gude's Liquid or solid, as you prefer. DOpale, all the time? easily tired half-sic- Pepto-Manga- equipment Danville The cause of the falluro of the Peoples' Hank and Trust Company of I'erryvllle, which concern closed Its doors. Is attributed to excessive louns which brought about deficiency In revenue. The bank had a capital ot $40,000 and n reserve of the same sum. Deposits totaled $300,- I'aducah The ltev. Harry C. Sims, 000 and loans ?475,000. who has served for three years as pastor of the Mechanicsburg MethoLexington Water had been used to dist Church In I'aducah, has been ap- refill several barrels In the bonded pointed district superintendent of the warehouse of the J. H. Rogers and The appointment Company distillery at Maysvillc which Louisville district. was made at the conference held In was seized by government agents, acnnrbnurvllle. The Ilev. .1. S. Hurton cording to Agent J. T. Tartar who rehas been named ns successor of Mr. turned to Lexington from assisting In Sims as pastor here. the seizure nnd Investigation of con- Peptojangan Tonic Glide's and Blood Enricher r Don't Cut Out a Shoe Boil, Capped jrlock or Bursitis for ditions at the distillery. veteran of the World War, died at the home of his mother, Mrs. John Story, nfter a two weeks' Illness of tytihoid Mr. Story became 111 while at fever. school In Howling Green, taking a voHe was u cational training course. member of the American Legion. Hur-la- l look place In the Story Chapel cemetery. SpKngs Mill At Montlcello Decker, 40 years of age, Ttobert killed his brother. Jake, 50, It Is alleged, by shooting him four times with a shotgun loaded with buckshot. Jake had been living on Hob's place. and hml recently moved away, and Hob now claimed that he took some property which belonged to him. Jake was standing In his yard and Hob was In the road about twenty-fiv- e feet away when the shooting began. Juke was unarmed. MurrayDavid Gambol Story, 27, Henderson After voting lo reduce Ihe salary of the county road engineer from $2,100 to $1.S00 per annum and the refusal of county road engineer Hopkins to accept the position with the reduced salary, the Fiscal Court reconsidered the matter and fixed the salary at the former figure and ratified the appointment of Hopkins which was made by Judge Morris. a reduce tham and leava no bit carinas. Stops lameness promptly. Does IiOt blister or remove the hair, and liorse can be worked. $2 JO a bottle delivered. BOOK 0 A free. it. F.Tnst. he 310 Tes;le St, Sprac&IJ, ffltl KILL RATS TODAY J Hopeless. She was a pretty young thing nnd terribly In earnest when she applied for a staff position on a Chicago papar. A woman reporter, emissary from GET KADT NOW!, the city editor, carried the usual mesteawi Prtw Al Onc sage, "No vacancies." I far "Well," she sighed. "I don't wUh ' mm win k. MrfctvtrV TrWDr,TrMwr"-J- ? eTXBrtaafWIISl WMrt WW ft (rB . wsrow nMMf vV inMU emMta the women on the newspaper any aa4 taanm to4 iWtlati inrf trained in. I harm, but I wish some of them would get out and give the rest of us a wans ee sue a ost ext. foway chance." "They don't, though," the woman re- mm Skunks vs. Bees. porter assured her cheerfully. "Even A report from Ohio received by the when they get married they hold on biological survey of the United States to their Jobs harder than ever." SSVilTiemsr. NEW Y0RK.N.Y. Department of Agriculture says that The youthful applicant regarded her 1IA.MK1I ULI AND VVOJIK-S- . who al skunks are giving a great deal of speculatively. to make ettra money aelllns Toilet Bruahea PRODWrite trouble to beekeepers In that region. "And they live a long time, too, and UrtiKElKts' Sundries. NEW TOnK CITT. UCTS. II Hudson St, The skunks visit the hives at night don't they?" she concluded. Wonderful Carburetor Makra (as; itarta at and scratch on the outside till the aero without profanity; double mlleace; leaa carbon. TVVTKORD CO.. South Hou.ton. Tex. bees come out. As soon as they apAs Kathleen Saw It pear the skunks eat them. The Molher (quotlnt; neighbor's clever ar need set be tntft at at survey recommends that under daughter to small child who has failed SLff . oratreake4w!Ui rra.-U-- BA such conditions the hives be fenced lamentably In a school examination) HAIR COLO In with chicken wire at least three "I can't think how you can be so revive II and briar back alt Its eric Why. look at little color and luxurtaeee. AtalIrooddniriiiita,Se.e stupid, Kathleen. feet high. CWata. BXK? HIS. TUX- She has passed direct from Marjorle D..nlels. Knthleen (weeping) with honors." IXOIUDA IM little home, overlooklai Love's Labor Lost "Y es, II mummy, b but you seem Gulf ot Mexico, for eale at 11.100 each. Included. LOCSON RBALTT Hotel "The fasclnntlng widow next door t to forget that 31 m marjorle CO- - Saervlce10th SL. NEW YORK CITT. VT. parents." has returned from her vacation," re- Daniels has c clever CINCINNATI, NO. W. N. marked the enterprising bachelor. London "Ah I Things are looking up." "So I trotted over at the first opportunity nnd told her how I cared for her cat with tender solicitude all during her nbsence." f.o.b. Flint, Mich. "That should have made you solid with the lady." "It made mo ridiculous with the lady. It wasn't her cat." BIrmlntj-ha- JIB rate-- am (.SKI IsL ifiriJKtft: HERS O-- Z V al onl-kl- T II abb. Vniir I.QII ! Ulll HHIf UISSK-IW- y pp TIt-BIt- 42-19- 22. $510 Age-Hera- ld Whltcsburg It Is said here that the booster good roads trip to Hindman, county seat of Knott County, resulted In the early calling of a bond election for the purpose of voting the neces sary bonds for the construction of the county's part of the Whltesburg-to-Illndmathorofare, which was started by this county Inst year, resulting In six miles of the highway from Whltesburg to Snndllck Gap being completed. Letcher County will complete the remainder of Its part of the 1!)23. road In n Lexington Mrs. SIHInrd Farthing, of Sheafer Station, near Itlchmond, Ky., was drowned at Iloonsboro Heach when an automobile which she was attempting to learn to drive got beyond her control and plunged Into the Kentucky river. one pound nnd two ounces, nnd measuring 1314 Inches In circumference was grown by W. X. Bard, who is displaying some apples of a new variety of wlncsaps. Mr. Hard is developing a splendid orchard In Western Kentucky. Cunningham Mrs. Cassle Moyers, of near Cunningham, has the unique distinction of starting back to school at the age of 50. Mrs. Cunningham was left a widow with several children nnd the management of a farm on her hands. She knew nothing about running a farm, and now she has entered the Cunningham High School, to take a course In agriculture. In addition to the farm course, she Is enrolled for the regular high school course, nnd has stated that she Intends to complete the four yeirs of work. llardwell An npple weighing of the most stubborn kind relieved in 3 to 10 days One trial AjCTTO XvJLXX.avW convinces AT ALL DRUGGISTS Klchly Displeased. Pamela (who lias boon told lo brush ter teeth) Mother, you always ask toe to do that, and It's my favorite thing I hate to do." Life, For pedr nd effective action Dr. reery'o "Dead Shot" baa no eosaL One doae at rjlcht on coins to bed will dean out Worzna br or Tapeworm yourmorrtnr. if yoa cannot obtain It In nelibborhood aend to cent! to 172 Pearl SU, New Terlc City. AdTcrtlaement. Prayers of Jesus. St. Luke on nli.o ncraslnnc U,Tl.l nttpntlon lo the nravors nf To.,- after severe labors; before the choos ing or tne uposues; berore Peter's great confession; at His transfiguration; for Pefer, In Gethscmane; for HIr murderers:. nnd fit Hip II ui death. His first j.rnyer that we hear was at Ills baptism. Farrar. of 1 The Better Plan. "Don't you think she should have her voice cultivated?" "Yes, rdowed under." Life. Everybody wants to save money, but few of us want to do without things to do It. God Will Protect God Is faithful, who will not mir you to be tempted above that we are able to bear, but will with the temptation also make a wuy of escape, that ye may be able to bear it. I Corinthians 10:13. Why Be a Genius? doesn't make any difference whether a man Is Inspired or not If he can get other people to think he was born with a gift. It Found Tea Plant in Assam Refreshes Weary Eyes said Heavy, use Murinr. tc In XUcommendai by A3 Dnmiita. FhenYour Efcs feci Dull It's a Little That Way With Men. Just about the time a race horse becomes s. sure thing some other horse comes along nnd outruns him. Milrs them Clear. Bright ana Sparkling. Hirmlrt. Sold a ad Ml Putting It Commercially. beautiful woman by her smtlet draws ttars from our purse. Vene- ronL a In 1S23 an Englishman by the name of Hruce was traveling In Assam, the northeast province of India. At thnt time Assam bad no commerce. It was simply a beautiful country where the quiet, Only One Virtue In Looking Back. natives lived on We ought not to look buck unless the tropical frulls which grow In profusion and raised just enough rice and It Is to derive useful lessons from past maize for their own use. While Bruce errors, and for the purpose of profiting was in Assam he discovered a tea by dearly bought experience. olant lie reported his find to the g good-nature- d Fulton J. E. Cunningham, who has served as county agent In Fullon Heat of the Sun. County for two years, has resigned his The outside layers of the sun are county position to accept the olllce of comparatively cool, no hotter than the ELECTRIC PASTE agent In Montgomery County, Ohio, It; alto kllla mice, cocknachea, water bust flume of a burning match. Sunspots ana ant. It forces theae petta to run from have about Th with headquarters at Dayton. the same temperature as bundles for water anil freah atr. A 3Se new position pays a salary of $4,000 boc contains enough to kill SO to 100 rata ore lamps, but the photospherlc gases or mice, (let It from your drug or general a year, nnd the farm bureau has a atl'le dealer today, about them nre considerably hotter. membership of 1,700. His successcr READY FOR No one knows how furious n temperaTHAN TRAPS In Fulton County bus not be.n named. ture rages In the Interior of the sun. Stockings. No temperature ever produced on The long stockings formerly worn Fulton Before officers were able to earth equals It; of this astronomers s Sam Simms, an Insane negro. w'tre called hose; when catch were Introduced the breeches were are certain. 00, It was necessary to knock about and the lower part him down with a stream of water. called upper-stock- s What Really Costs. s or stockings. The knitThey turned the fire nf they stated. Ourselves are easily provided for, ted stocking orlglmited In Italy; It hose on him. The negro made an circumstantials It Is nothing but attack on Dr. D. L. Jones, who was was first brought to England by Wil- ot life that cost sothe much. Alexander called to the jail to examine him, and liam Kider In l.'GI. Woven stockings on Police Chief Kd Drysdale. The lere devised by William Lee of St Pope. chief shot him and slightly wounded 4fohn's college, Cambridge, lu 1509. Heard on the Train. him In order to save his own life and Exchange. "Is this seat reserved?" Dr. Jones' life. The negro tore out a "It seems to be. It hasn't said a Something Saved. piece of lead pipe from the water Mary's mistress, awaiting tea, heard word to me since I've been here." lis tu res in the jail and defied all at tempts to capture hlni. The lire hose a loud crash In the next room. The Respected Calling, He will be lady shivered nnd rang the bell to was brought Into play. call Mary In. "lie's n reformed crook." ent to the asylum. "What was that 1" she asked. "What's he doing now?" "I tripped on the rug and the "Bootlegging." Kuttawa Kuttawa Is to have a new fell, ma'am." business enterprise In the near future "Did you manage to save anything?" With the establishment of a handle CINCINNATI MARKETS "Yes. ma'am, I kept hold on the tray factory. The factory will be opened all right." Exchange. by Miller & Lucas, of Dexter, Mo. They will begin operations In October. Hay and Grain Isn't Naturo Wonderful. Corn No. 2 white 7979e; No. 3 It Is said that the coconut palm wUl white 73A7!V; No. yellow 7S I'aducah In the appendix removed from Miss Elizabeth Xoonan, of this supply about every physical need of 71lc; No. t white 777Se; No. 4 yelcity, surgeons at Hlverslde Hospital man food, drink, thelter, fuel. ulen-- . low 77i(378c; No. 2 mixed 7S7Sc. who operated found an ordinary pin. slls nnd. If need tie, clothes. A South Wheat No. 2 rod $1.27 1.2S; No. 3 The nppendlx was difficult to remove, American proverb runs, "A coconut red ?1.2T.5iL20A ; No. 4 $1.21L24. nnd surgeons found that the point of tree Is a bride's dowry." Boston Oats No. 2 white 4S40c; No 3 the pin was protruding. The patient Transcript. 47 NSc; No. 2 mixed 474Se; No. 3 Is recovering. And Starts His Pump. mixed 4G47c. The mosquito Is an economical little Maysvllle For the first time women Butter, Eggs and Poultry served as election oilicers in the aviator. When he lands on you he alButter Dairy fancy 30c; packing ways shuts off his engine. Boston registration of voters, and proved stock No. 1, 27c; packing stock No. Transcript. more efficient than men. Little Inter2, ISc. est was taken In the registration. Eggs Extra firsts 42c; firsts 40c; In the Cradle. ordinary firsts 34c. "Isn't the baby beautiful?" Hardwell A petition Is In circulaIdve Poultry Broilers 2 lbs 23c; "Yes; my wife expects movie offers tion asking the County Court to call n fowls 4 lbs and over 21c ; under 4 lbs special election lo take the sense of any day now." 13c; roosters lS'.Jc. the voters of the county on the quesIt Is tne respectable appearance of tion of a bond issue for building hard Live Stock surface roads In Carlisle County. most sinners that makes them dangerCattle Steers good to choice $7.50 Warm support Is being lent by the ous. 10.00; fair to good fti7.M); comcitizens nnd Interest in the question mon to fair $4(30.00; cows good to Is keen. choice Sl.OOgCi.oO; dinners $22..r0; stock steers $."7.00; stock heifers $4T).50. British government, who Immediately Imported tea plants In great numbers Calves flood to choice $1212.o0; from China and fostered the ten Infair to good $S 12.00; common and Is one of the dustry, until now Assam large $l7.r. chief countries of the Sheep Oood to choice ?."i(!.50; fair INDICESTKWA Manning Temple In the world. to good $2j.00; common $1.00t..ri0; Cleveland Plain Dealer. lambs good lo choice $13 13.50; fair v STEARNS' .J USE-BET- knee-breeche- ther-stock- 1923 SUPERIOR Chevrolet Roadster This car averages the lowest operating cost per mile. It has style, finish and equipment that completely outclasses all competition in its field. It is the ideal car for daily use by farmers, salesmen, business or professional people, and all who want the most economical transportation for one or two passengers, with ample rear compartment for samples, luggage, etc. QUALITY has been still further improved by more artistic design and added improvements. 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The duke of Norfolk was brought to the block In 1572. and In h m perished the last surviving Kngllsb duke. For more than half a century Knglnnd had to do Its best defeat the Spanish Armada, conquer Ireland, circumnavigate the globe, lay the foundations of empire, produce the literature of the Elizabethan age without any ducal assistance. From Pollard's "History ""s"is OV'lir VILLE4 t JTLOOK. .masHsnsHSMMl' HOW TW o women m vmxewutt 0 iNGSVILLE. KY. J' plensant surprise, Mitiiiard! fou'd given me up. eh?" l'nr an instant mi one sp..i;e. Then Maillaril inocl sllgblly, mined lite baud Inward u button set In the wan near the safe. Tin- - voice of tbe ban dlt leaped out lit 'lilli like thin steel "(inlet, jou f If you touch Hun " billion .Malllard Mir1 in. I, and gripped tht table edge wi-i- his shaking hand. The bandit In. wed sllghtl.i. aMd ad dressed the gathering In n tone of dn , i . MAIM GRAB 'STEW ' plover rntenfeiaTluidl)fachi CASTORIA For Infants and Children. For Colds, Croup and Pains. Vacher-Ital- Avoid TO. druggist. La. relieves at Ask your W. Vacher. Inc., Advertisement. ; It Doctor Advised Use of Lydia E.PinI ham's Vegetable Compound Happy Results in Both Cases StJosenh.Missouri. "Roth of my eides swelled and hurt me so that I could not move or do any of my work. There was heavy pressure and pains through my lower orpins and tlio doctor told me to try Lydia E. Vegetable ComHund for these troubles. lie said I had this ono chance, nnd if the Vegetable Compound did not help me nothing; but an operation would. After taking severe! bottles I felt it was helping me and now I am able to do my own work. If my testimoYiialwill help others I shall be glad for them to read it and hope your Vegetable Compound will do them as much good as it did me." Mrs. Wm. Lockman, D13 N. 4th St., St. Joseph, Mo. White Plains, N. Y. "I had such a pain that I could hardly walk and tho Pink-ham's Mothers Know That Imitation. llOTtPaBedford"Jones Irwin Myers for Him. Hans Schmidt was reputed to be the meanest man in the neighborhood. He died. His body whs placed In the crave, und accordlug to an old Pennsylvania German custom the people Mood around the open crave, waiting for some one to say some pood things Hbout the deceased before tilling the grave. After a long wait fiustnve Schulz said: "Well. I can say Joosi one good tiling about Hans ; he wasn't always ns mean as lie was sometimes." A Good Word Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp. On retiring gently rub spots of dandruff and itching with Cuticura Ointment. Next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Mnke them your everyday toilet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, white hands. Advertisement. The fragrance of plants Is not for man's pleasure; It Is n means of Insects to fertilize them. The object of many present-dallorlsts Is to Improve a flower In its coloring slie and substance In short to "pain-thy e Man and the Flowers. doctor said that I needed an operation. 1 was sick for a year before I started taking your medicine and I could not work. I saw your advertise-men- t in a little book and that is how I came to tako Lydia E. l'inkhnm'a medicines. I have, been taling the Vegetable Compound and Lydia 11 used Lydia K. Pinkham's Snnativo Vv ash and the capsules and prescription recommended. I am doing all my work and have gained twenty jiounds. I am taking the medicine. still.but I feel fine. You have my permission to use this letter for the good of others. " Mrs. M uvMakk,U IlamiltonAve., White Plains, N. V. Sme female troubles may through neglect reach a stuge when an operation is necessary. Hut most of tho commoner ailments are not the surgical ones; they are not caused by serious displacement, tumors, or jrrowths, although the symptoms way appear the same. When disturl :ng pilments first r, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetal le Compound to relieve the prei-odistress and prevent more serious troubles. Many lettors have been lee. ive i from women who have been 's restored to health by Lydia E. Vegetable Compound after advised by attending physicians. ut Pink-ham- rinkham's Wood Medicine, also Lyilia H. i'inklmm's Liver Pill and lijdia E. Plnl:1i:un'.s Private TexMSont: upon "Ailments Peculiar to Women" will lie sent you free upon request. Writo to tbe Lydin. K. IMiililiain Meiticino Co., J..W111, .11 assaelm.se tt. This book contains aluable information. They cannot Improve the fragrance, which is perhaps the reason they seem to rare so little for Its d!s appearance under their handling. . change. lily." j&-B- i If You Need 2 Medicine You Should Have the Besi Hare yon ever flopped to rr.iwm whv I that w cany products that are ex tenrivrly advertised, all at once drop out l npht and are soon forgotten' Tlir it Wheat Cftps Jek &ri&?$F'Vsiri 11 Canada is the world's crcatest the United States rraaon is plain the article did not fulfill the proraife of the manufacturer. Tin applies raore particularly to a medioni" A medicinal preparation that has real curative rahse almost fells ittolf. a like an endlcfa chain fyftem the remedy is by thoe nho have leen recommended bmrfitcd to thote who are in need of tt. A prominent dracsift rays, "Take for example Dr. Kilmer'a Swamp-Rooa preparation I have eold for many year and never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every cate it shows excellent result, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy has so large a le." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have osed tbe preparation, the success of Dr ia due to the fact, Kilmer'a Swamp-Roono many people claim, that it fulfills almost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder ailments, corrects urinary troubles and neutralizes tbe uric acid which causes rheumatism. You may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Roo- t by parcel post. Address Dr Kilmer & Co.. ltinghamton. N. Y., and enelote ten cents; also mention this paper. Larpe and medium size bottles for sale at all drug stores. Advertisement. t, 40 bushels of wheat the tillable area ha been worked. ield per acre are net uncommon. Oals have Riven as lagh as l' bushels per acre, while 40 to SO bushels per , acre are , erdmary m I I ... -- co ,n .1 . . ... ... . .l.4.. V.. .1 -- .. tbnve'onthe native Rrasses which Ktow auundimtly ami com and sunflower culture arc highly successful. vet onlv about 12S of aecure for the industrious settler ample return for his enercr. Clearing tbe cot cf one's farm with a sinicle year's crop has an appeal, and has been dane br hurulieds of Western Canada IVriect farmers. Taxes onlv upun landlnot on churches, climate, attractive social conditions, Kood neichb-ira- . schools, telephones, excellent markets and shipping iacUities make uf e happy aa well as prosperous. For illustrated literature, mans, descnntion of farm ODOortum. ties in Manitoba. Saskatchewan. Alberu and Br.Usu Columbia, reduced raJway ratea, etc, write Stock Raising, Dairying and Mixed Farming W. S. N ETHER Y 82 East Rich Street Columbus, Aw1horl4 Asnt,Otp.or Immlrrstlefl snd Colonisation, Dominion ot Canada Ohio i A 10c Ohanges Las! Year's Frock to Hew Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes or tints as you wish DIDN'T GET AWAY FROM HIM A safe, dependable and effective remedy for Coughs, Colds, Distemper, Influenza, Heaves and Worms among horses and mules. Absolutely harmless.and assafe for colts as It is for stallions, mares or geldings. Give "Spohn's" occasionally as a preventive, bold at all drug stores. Discords Might Havo Been Omitted, but They Were Very Apparent to Mr. Splnks. were on their way home from a concert nnd were overheard discussing the merits of the cntertalnmcr t. "It set my teeth on edce." Splnks said, "to hear the orchestra playlnc "Yankee Doodle and 'Dixie' at the same time. The Idea Is all rlpht, of course, and even commendable from a sentimental point of view, but the two pieces, when played together, are full of discords." "But didn't you notice," said his wife, who is something of a musician herself, "that where certain notes or passages would have been discordant they were omitted from one air or the other and left to the drums!" "Of course, I noticed It," he testily rejoined, "but I could bear the discords In my mind Just the samel" Splnks, tlie musician, nnd his wife manufacturing the only high grade, low priced wagon in the world. Capacity, 3,500 annually. 42 years One-Hor-sc Two-Hors- e Wagons at $38.00 Wagons at $56.00 Clarluville, Va. C. H. Russell & Son, CONSIDER USE OF AIRSHIPS EmOb- PRISON LOSES "CAMERA EYE" Man With Exceptional Endowment Gives Up Position He Had Long Held at Sing Sing. Slug Sing Is without the "human camera eye" which pierced through disguises aud made nlllils futile, for Louis Towers, Bertlllon expert at the prison for 20 years, who und photographed more than 20,000 Sing Sing eomlcts during his service, has retired. He was famous for his ability to Identify criminals, nnd for years has been known as "the camera eye of llnger-prlnted Possibility of Their Successful ployment In Making Aerial servations of the Himalayas. Consideration has been given to the possibility of aerial oberatlons in the Himalayas. The range. It appears, has only six peaks above 27.000 feet high, and an aviator flying at about 2b,000 or 24,000 f t should have no difficulty In crossing If the highest peaks were avoided, while. If he chose Milwaukee Sentinel. certain of the gorges, an altitude of some 19,000 feet would suffice. The greatest of the many obstacles to be First Steam Transatlantic Trips. The American vessel Savannah encountered Is the mountain sickness, crossed the Atlantic from Savannah, which occurs In the highest altitudes Ga, to Liverpool In 1810 In 29 days through deficiency of oxygen. The gradd 11 hours. The trip wns made partly ual climber, going nfoot, is less In this respect than the aviunder steam but mainly by sail. In 1633 the Royal William, of 830 tons, ator rising suddenly from sea level In built in Canada, made the first trans- his machine; on the other hand, the atlantic voyage entirely under steam. pedestrian has more fatigue to undergo, and this practically equalizes matters. The chief consideration In any Stimulating Values of Colors. A French experimenter tested the case Is an adequate supply of cxygen, strength of the handgrip under colored with a proper Inhaler. lights, nnd found red was distinctly A man Is expecteir to take off his the most stlmuatlng color, the remaining colors falling In the order: Orange, hat because It Is nothing to hole nt. anyway. yellow, green and blue. hnndt-cappe- Sing Slug." He uas often called on fur Information nbnut criminals In various parts of the world, nnd frequently attended trials to establish prison records of men nnd women on trial. Ilesides learning by experience that women, even though preparing for the death sentence, were "very vain," Towers said he had profited little from his unique position except what lie obtained In the way of salary. Tuning In. Booli "How do yon get along tuning In?" Simp "It's rather easier than cranking n car." natter of taste rather than of Getting up early Is more often a If a man doesn't care for dinner parties ho doesn't even like to be Invited to one. courage. Anybody who speaks the truth Ie the hour of danger possesses tru Why Risk Your Health? the tea THE pathisofbeset coffee; ordanwith gers to health and comfort These dangers lurk, in the irritant, caffeine, which is the active principle of both coffee and tea. For those who enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, but find that it makes them nervous, wakeful and irritable, there's satisfaction and freedom from discomfort in delicious Postum well-made tar moe n red limit human life ""ALCOHOL-- 3 PER GJSrfl gei Ibere : .. . .lib the law. S empty jour pockets 01. i ilcmcii IiIn-!- ' the tnbte." Ills voice became rls tmglAcStoaafisandB Illtuirations luj "The Jeweled searfplns which jou re j eelved as'lavors this evening nmj tuldeil '.i t'ic collection: otherwise, I i c'i your shall private posses-lotis- . N .,i,t. 'ics, lliank you. Slall lard, kindly !.. . . ' I believe that yon varry u .. f. If you please. Copjriqhr by DoublciVjy. Page and Compamj Tho ban. r could not but obey. Ills bad vanished with Mnlllnnl. A voice hands treirbllng with fear and rage, ruse nt her elbow: lie took from his pocket it wallet, ami MIDNIGHT MASQUER!" "Mademoiselle, you are not less emptied n slieaf of bills iim the ! lucky than Sl.Nnl-SlO Teal Is to the tnbte liurmj ilic of after another, the other tin New oi leans I'jnitul jt.ihuii When It me1 fi..i . l his example. jpeatl!" Ji.clitn till, wmllny 1Iiouk!i She turned to see the rmnrlscan s uirn. .lachln drew a eai. . i itlzrii. r .mil ui longer masked, but now gazing nt sln.U ' ii from his pocket, nnd laid Aiink-a .1r.,tVim?(lvfcr an- ill u.iHtni; u fiia ot rol-lI'U'x l. an lixUvMunl known her from n frank, laughing counte- It (i as tho MUliilitlit Masiiuer. who. anaI "Y'oi, put some faith In that warnnance, still partially veiled by the a 'cM-Mmcs.iliiiuil u an uvlaur. Iuj brown eowl that was drawn up close ing. Mr. Fell?" The bandit laughed , uc Jetli-- t Ihr lard, ucallhy Kinker, la Kivlns a "Do you think that you will know me about bis head. I'all Hint nll.t. at ulil. h tlip Mas- "Henry (Jramimt !" she exclaimed. again'" hut h reaton- .1 lo ni'iar ami iiii'r raeSnaeSijnattfsJ "I .mlly believe so, sir." answered "Oh. I half suspected that It was you tile cuertH. FVII in.. I Allvlxy. . IV n (livlr his apologetic fashion. "Y'our to the nflali. mpfl a ilirl i!rtssel hs (NiliiinMue. Fi'einlni;- Is really eNcellcnt." "lint you were not surej" he dls.-- ' lint inaxknl. ha kn.m n to chuckled. "You're not olTended with ii.uik you." The bandit's voice neioniiianlei tl em to the bill I held n thin mockery, "("oinlnq from uie. Luciei" I filarial. reiently the uaril nf Iht nil' Jom jiIi Mali: ml. Is "I should be." She tossed her head. jou, Mr, that compliment is most weltli full i.ililnc At tli'e twi II. "You were Impertinent. SI. le prince!" come." nun of tho banker, acaln He made a ilistastef-i- l gesture. "What the devil does the fellow H liipiiiiK to lur anil Is rrfu.-fi- l. "Xotie of thnt, l.ucle! el !. to Imi ihniH of lirr iroH-itYou know I menu?" exploded Judge I'orcstcr. A 1'r.ini i'an ntnn!c Interests her " don't like It 'Then you are not aware that Mr. "Oh, la. In!" she mocked him. "SI. ' .i Is a man of large affairs?" The Exact Copy of Wrapper. THt CENTAUR COMPANY. HCWTONtf CITY. le prime Is seeing Amerlni, n'est ce CHAPTER II Continued. pas? He has come to America to tlnd 3 Had to Be Careful. Forest Station Established. a rich fe. Is It not?" girl Nulled n Hltle, "you "So." the Youthful president of the Oriole So marked has been the destruction (irmnniit's face lot Its smile, nnd would lieiray your friends In suddenly Sporting clul) Has anybody any ob- of the timber lands in the southern became almost harsh. order to make a bit of money for jections to HIckey becoming a mem- Appalachian region that the Depart"I shall cull upon you ut four totin-'ment of Agriculture has established ber of the club? morrow, l.ucle." he said, abruptly, and Miillliml Mured nt lier, "Well. If .Ilinmle Yeh, I have! Oneday I wns a new forest experiment station at turned. Nor did he pause to get her to determine methV"ii put it that way. yes! I'd do more reply. wlpln" apples outa Sloure's orchard Asheville. N. An Instant afterward l.ucle was " than that for nnd HIckey sneaks up and stolvd me ods of conservation and control, says Hirrotmded by merry group of whole bag full. Now, I don't think the Sclent ilk- - American. This station "Thank you," she Interrupted, her friends, und she saw no more of Henwo nughter have guys In we can't Is the first of Its kind In the eastern vniee rold. "I don't think I'd trust ry Cramont. states. A further object of the estab" trust. j.iiir sngaeliy very fur, Hubert. About live minutes later those In Chorus of Members Jlmrale's right I lishment Is to secure Information for ballroom distinctly heard, throng. .'. We don't want no crooks In this club. forests regarding the handling of She turned from lilm nnd was gone, open windows, the heavy pulsatlu.i- - ' A Kuy like that would give us Orioles southern trees. dnneliijr through the great rooms like uii airplane motor. an awful black eye. Life. true Columbine. Only Minor Scandals. Midnight neared. and brought a conCHAPTER III. Fish Story. Ethel "She believes In keeping cern lo many: the Midnight Masquer "Uh. Where Is that big fish you things to herself." Clara "That's had gained his name hy invariably The Bandit. why she seldom hears anything worth hooked?" appearing n moment or two before the Joseph Slalllard's library was on the while." "It pulled me overboard." .Iiii'liin Tell, who Mroke of twelve. ground floor of the house; It was u divided his time between enjoying the moMng room und unuderlng nliout sedate and stately room, nnd wns Inamong the masquers, perceived that variably shut olT to Itself. Xot even tonight, of nil nights, was It thrown Joseph Miillltird was watching the open with the remainder of the house. time with anxiety. Here Malllard summoned half a A large man, stern nnd a bit scornful of look, Mnlll.-in-l was Imposing dozen of his particular cronies nnd rather than handsome. He appeared friends, after the stroke of midnight the typical bunker, ellldent, devoid of had assured him thnt there wns no danger to be expected from the banall sentiment. Amused by the man's evident uneasiness, .Tuchin Fell kept dit. Ills son was not among the numhim In view while the moments ber. The half dozen were nearly all if You Don't," Was the Coal Threat, "Til Shoot You Through the dragged. One might have thought elderly men, nnd. with the exception of .Tachln all were men of promithnt the little gray man was studying the financier as an entomologist nent ulTnlrs. bandit's white teeth fashed In a About tho table grouped Slalllard smile. "He is n modest man, this atstudies n butterfly on a pin. ami h.i guests. Slalllard, standing he-- f torney! Shortly before twelve Columbine And n dangerous man nlso. I ire a small wall safe that flanked the ussure you. Hut come. Sir. Fell, I'll pirouetted up to mid accepted the tirm he offered her. They were for open hearth, lifted bs Mixer goblet, not betray you." the moment alone. In n corner of the usteam with beads. The moment for Juchln Fell obviously did not apprewidth he hnd been waiting was here; ciate the pleasantry. His shy nnd wonballroom. i" V'imcheil his little thunderbolt with dering "I must see you tomorrow, please." features assumed a set and ..f satisfied Importance. ir she breathed. hardened look. ".,: friends. I have a confession to "Whoever you nre." he responded "tlladly." he nssented. "May I call? he announced. "Todny I " a subtle click of anger In his tone, It's Sunday, you know ! SAY d a note from the Midnight "you shall be punished for this I" "If you will; at three. Something stating thnt he would be with us "For what. Sir. Tell? For knowing 1ms happened, but 1 cannot speak of It Does tiny one else know that this Evening, presumably at the hour too mucb of your private affairs?" Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are here. "is usual lime nn Hint vou are Interested In mvJ ul ' The bandit laughed. "Fear not I am not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by e words brought an Instant sl- - only an amateur at this game, foraffairs?" The men were tunately! So do our worst, and my physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions for The pule gray eyes of the little gray le s , , te- s.-- watchful, astonished. blessing upon you! Now, gentlemen, Hut Jlall-larman looked very Innocent and wonderswung up his silver cup and kindly withdraw a few paces. AH but ing. Colds Headache you, Malllard; I'm not through with lauahed gully. "Certainly not, my dear! Why?" "I took full precautions, gentlemen. you yet." "I'll tell you tomorrow." Then she Toothache Rheumatism broke Into a laugh. "Well, It Is mid- The hour of danger is past, and the The automatic pistol gestured; unnoi l.'iu bandit has not arrived or. der Its menace everyone obeyed tbe night and the Slusquer has not Lumbago Neuritis If has arrived, ho Is now In tho commaud, for the calm assurance of I'm almost sorry." The lights flickered off for n mo- hanw-- of the law. So up with your the bandit made It seem extremely Neuralgia Pain, Pain ment, then on again. The signal for cup.sj, my friends n lifelong health to likely thnt he would use the weapon unmasking! Slanll Gras, and damnation to prohibi- without compunction. The men withdrew toward tbe far end of the room, Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. The dancing ceased. From the whole tion' and the Midnight Masquer I" From everyone broke n swift assent where it word from the nviator halted room arose n babel of voices cries Hxady ."Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of U and 100 DrefgW. merry to the toast, a murmur of relieved ten- them. Malllard remained standing of surprise, exclamations, Aiptrt I U tn mirk ci BATtr HAnsfietm tt MoooActUocldMUr .f 8UcjUcaU The sliver goblets were lifted, where he was. laughter. Columbine removed her sion. (1 In a musical Pa Had His Revenge. ioti.-'i- . Warnec by Experience. clinking of edges, The JIasquer advanced to the table "Get your pa to come on out and Johnson." Stamnil ib' aromatic breath of Juleps' and gathered the heap of money nnd fii. i the library as the drinkers. In searfplns Into the leathern pocket of mered young Sankey Spink. "I want play ball with us, Billy," urged on your daughter, Zonza-lin- of the neighborhood gang. tru. couthern fashion, hurled noses his coat. During the process his gaze to "No chancel" ejaculated Billy with I'm not good enough for her. In the fragrant mint. Then, ns the did not waver from the group of men, emphasis. "The last game he played cups vere lowered, from the recess of nor did the threat of his weapon lift "You're dead safe In telling that with us I struck him out three times the .ntalned windows nt ono end of from the banker before him. Gap Johnson of and when we got home he said I'd tb ' :n enme n quiet voice: "Now. Slalllard." he quietly ordered, to me." Interrupted Ridge, Ark., "but don't let been wasting too much time on foolish I innk you, gentlemen I Hut I "you will have the kindness to turn Itumpus , .... 1.. .1 maw hear you say It. When I amusements and I'd have to study .. . 11.111 juu, .'milium, mat mere around nnd open the wall safe behind her courting the girl that Is my pres- more." Success. jtjj j was In the note." you. And don't touch the button." !fet wns not a time limit ent wife I told her mother thnt I With a simultaneous gasp everyone Slalllard started. Italy Leacfs In Violins. enough for her daughter, Why why d n you, wasn't good t i ned. Malllard staggered; his face "That safe! The best violin strings have always and b'dogged if she didn't believe me, ' dvitl. Every eye wns fastened til do nothing of the sort I" wi come from Italy. Why this should be It ever has been "If you don't." was the cool threat, and since." Kansas City Star. uj .i hat nmazlng figure now advancis something of a mystery, hut In tha ing from the shadows of the recess. "I'll shoot you through the abdomen. making of strings, ns In the making of It wns the figure of on aviator, clad A man fears a bullet there worse than are shut make no violins, Italy has always led the world. Books that In lenther from top to toe, the goggles death. It may kill you, and It may scholars. und helmet shield completely masking not; really, I care very little. You When yon cease Hoping for the best, you financier!" his head and features from recogniOstentatious meekness Is a form of you take an Inventory of what you'T Scorn leaped Into the quiet voice, tion. In his hand he held an autogot. egotism. matic pistol, which covered the group 6Corn that lashed and bit deep. of men before him with Its threatening mouth. "It was natural then that Lu"Not n sound. If you please." he cie should take Jachin Fell Into warned, his voice thin and nasal obher confidence." viously disguised. "I trust that none of you gentlemen Is armed, because 1 am very quick on the trigger. A very (TO BE CONTINUED.) uilllery: "The rl; :u s of property are to tin mm Genuine Castoria ,1m'dflt7Eta.-- k Always Bears the of n-- t Signature LW s lirti-.ti- In sume-wii1 t- iiiM-riiii- ' - Use s - I J.ia.-i.i- i TossofSixep. For Over - - rl . Ill Thirty Years .iii-l- e I.- i CASTORIA C (lood-mcht.- ! AsWRl N "BAYER" when you buy. Insist y e. re-le- iv i, Slns-que- half-doze- n . -- : mum-marr- but" 1 ' wm, im m mm st p-t- u Which Is Larger the Sun or a Cent The sun is the largest but you can hold the cent so close to your eye that you'll lose sight of the sun. Don't let a cheap price or a big can baking powder make you lose sight of quality. Its fragrant aroma and rich, flavor are delightful. Postum is made from roasted wheat and contains no caffeine, nor any other harmful ingredient whatsoever. full-bodied ixaoooooooooooooooooooooo "So," the Girl Smiled a Little, "You Would Betray Your Business Friends in Order to Make a Bit of Money for Me?" Historians Have Never Been Sure of Plans the Brilliant Adventurer mask. An instant later Joseph SlallHad in Mind. lard approached them, chuckling to himself and looking hugely relieved. "Hn, Lucie! I guessed you beneath Aaron Burr's conspiracy has never the Columbine daintiness! Have you been entirely understood by historians. examined your favor yet?" He went West on some mysterious Kemembering. the girl caught nt her mission shortly after his duel with corsage. Cries of delight were arising Alexnnder Hnmllton, which resulted In on all sides as the favors were re- the tatter's death, and It Is suspected vealed most handsome favors, even that his purpose was either to found for Slardl Gras! From the heart of n new empire by separating the porthe rosebuds In her hand Lucie re- tion of the country west of the Missismoved n brooch of old filigree work-se- t sippi from the rest of the Union, or with a group of pearls. She to make a conquest of Slexlco. In glanced about for Jachin relL but he 1S00 he gathered up a number of reck BURIES PURPOSE IS NOT KNOWN less persons around him and set out in the direction of Texas, ostensibly on a colonizing expedition. President Jefferson Issued a proclamation warning citizens against Joining this project, nnd later Burr was arrested by Jefferson's orders and sent to Virginia for trial. There ho wns Indicted for treason nr within this country nnd levying with n friendly nation. Various legal technicalities prevailed to secure his acquittal on both these counts. The matter of Hamilton's death was dropped, and Burr passed out of publio sight. OrderfromyourGrocerTODAYl Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared) made by boiling fully 20 minutes. CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER er beverage of no regrets. the table PAIR LIVE WITHOUT FOOD 20 DAYS Canadian Pollco Find Them Lost In PoStlim the Mountains Take Them to Safety. FOR HEALTH "There's a Reason Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc. Battle Creek, Mich. Prince Rupert, B. C Lost In the mountulns, Peter Stafford aud bis wife were found recently In the Inst stages of starvation by two constnblcs on the Knye river, 32 miles from Skeena mills. The couple had not eaten real food for 20 days, the only thing tbat bobbed. Sirs. TIIHe Livingston attempted suicide by Inhnllng gas In her home, Her condition Is nor serious. She had kept them alive being soup mnde by her hair linhhed despite her husband's objections .and n family quarrel fob boiling 6trlps of an old benver skin. Stafford und his wife were discov- lowed, she told the police. ered In a small tent, pitched under a big tree. They were left with friends, Aged Man Pitches Hay. Wayuesburg. I'a. Fred Steel, aged with enough food to last six weeks eighty-onyears, of GraysvIUe, vetand a store of medicine. eran of the Civil t,ar, spent one weeli Short Hair Scorned, She Tries Suicide. in the harvest Held, and despite hli New York. Because her husband years Is still able to pitch two ttacki reproved her for having her hair of hay In a day. e Is the quality leav-enfor real economy in the kitchen, alwaysuseCalumet, one trial will con- 5A0trAtl5! CALUMtf vince you. The sale of Calumet is over 150 fo greater than that of any other baking powder. BEST BT TEST THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER V left Saturday to be the bmiiil of his sister at OWINGSVILLE, - - - - KY. ( hi iicton. Deceased died in Porto Published Weekly, liico lat June alid the remains were placed in a vault and kept until reEntered according to act of Congress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post-oiBe- e turned to this country the paM week. Mi-- S Helen Fiftcd who is attending matter. as second-clas- s college in l.evingloii -- pent subscription ;i THE OUTLOOK'S rates are as follows: ibc ucel. end with her parents here. . $1..r0 One Year 75c. Sir Months ...... PEELED OAK 15c. Three Months .Mr. and Mr- -. John Stall and chilvisited Willie THl'KsnAY. OCTOBER 2. 1922. dren, of Step-lon- e Siull and family Sunday. E. D. THOMPSON. Mr- -. Price Calk, Mrs. Fannie LESSEE & OPERATOR Jones, Mr. and jr-- . Franci- - Hunt, Owinjisville, - - - Kentucky. ot Mt. Sterling. Mr. and Mr--. William Kice. of Mnjsvillo and Mk II. D. SALT LICK Paynter, of Yanocbiipg, were guests The ninth district convention of of K It. Crooks and family la- -t week. Y. C. T. I. wan hold with Salt Lick Mr. and Mr- -. K. T. Myer- - spent Union, Thursday, Oct. l!lh at the Sunday with It. F. Myer- - and wife deleM. E. Church, the following at Step-ton- e. gates attended: Mesdnmes C. K. Mr. and Mr. James Hartgroe Oldham, Tlioma- - Hcindrieh, Arnold, and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Crowe visPleen..on, Willi- - Henry. Dora ited relative- - in Rowan county In- -t all of .Ml. Sterling. Slate week. Treasurer Nora B. Talor, l.cxing Tlie Sick: The eighteen mouths Ion, W. B. fiordon. W. .1. (iiffin, Mary old baby of Sidney Hatton and wite Magee. Miss Elizabeth (Jtveiiwndc, is ery ill of membraneoii- - croup .?id Mi- - Liuie Cubit all of French Charliv- - Keed, who, ha- - had tonsil hniy:. A splendid meeting was itis is improving..The infant duitgh by all present. The moriinc: ler of Kobl. Crooks ha., about resession wa- - devoted to election of covered from an attack of bronchi Mr- -. otlicers and other li..J.Mrs. X. P. Kcid i.-- on the sick Xora McConnick wa reelected a 1. et President and Mrs. Hoffman At the pie npper and candy sale Wood reelected at the school hou-- e I'mlax night, the The ho.te-- s I'liion -- crved an pie-- brought $13.05 and the candy tlegnnt plate luncheon at noon and about ,ir afternoon program of inii-i- c and LOCUST 15R0VE readinps and drill by the school chilMr- -. Willie Heiidm has dipthcria. dren completed what one of the vi? L. X. Kiddle and Mr- -. Belle Stewilois called "A Perfect Hay." The HONi convention will K held in Mt. art are each having wells dug at their home- -. Sibling in May. 1. It. Stark- - ami family, of Walter Mare and wife, of Middle- town, Ohio, were called here by Mic came Tue-da- y of last week death of Mr. Maze father, James lor a short visit to Mrs. Stark-- .' Maze. mother, Mr- -. Georgia Kiddle. Mrs. Louida Myers has returned Mr--. Mollie Hemlrix returned home from a very enjoyable viit to rcla- - Friday alter a visit to her daughter. Mtve and fnends at Middletown, O. Mrs. ((mar Roger- - near Wyoming. Wesley Alfrey has purchased the Jacob Warner, wife and -- on. Lame bouse and lot of Walter Maze on fwere guests of their grandmother, College Avenue and will nunc to it Mrs. Georgia Kiddle recently. week. B. Stark and familv, of Pa- Mrs. Jbhn Jones, f Mt. Sterling, dueah, Mrs. Georgia Kiddle ami was the guest of relatives here the daughter. Mi Sam, were guest.- - of All' Vice and family near Hillsboro past week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Shoiiso mot- last Saturday. ored here from their home in Ind. Ira Coyle and, family, of Harpers, to viit the formers mother, Mrs. and Clyde Crouch and family, of Finn Crooks, and other relatives. Tunnell Hill were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shouse accompanied Mrs. John Kiddle Sunday. Mi-- s her daughter, Mrs. Sue Dawson as Koe Crump was a gue-s- t ot Mi tar as Lexington on her return trip her cou-i- n, Eddie Anderson to Oklahoma. near Wyoming Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Green are home Sunday. from an extended' visit to the latter's .Albert Moody and wife went la.--t parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Johnson Saturday to vi-- it relatives at Sherof Colorado. burne Miss Xniiuie Anderson was a Mrs. Colctnan Itazor ,aud mother, Mrs. Mariah Maze, of Fleming coun- guc.--t of her sister. Mrs. John Jones ty, were guests of friends here the on Smokey last week. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK K. 1.. .Myer.. pre eit .it ss ;i wife brought J. K. T y. and the remain1- - of their little daughter here Saturday from Bowman, Ky., for burial at the old Field grave ard. Mr- -. Elizabeth Williams and h were in Ashhtnd and Hun. tington last week on bii-iMi Cs Lizzie Swartz and Beltie Blevins were in Salt Lick Tue-daMr. Southern the Prof, of the I'll gazzi college at l,o.iiigtm wa.-- here last week on Mr. iinil Mrs. J. .(tray and daugh ter. Xcll were in Mt. Sterling last Saturday. Mrs. Yiigil Jones am' children Hilled on friend- - at Mt. Sterling la- -t 1 Jo-epne y. .-s folloxx- -: On the North by the I mil of Frank Junes, on the East and South by the land of Pike Treadway and on the We.- -t by the land of Mr- -. aioch White, containing 23 acre- -, more or less. Sale will be made on Piireha-- ei a credit of -- i. mouth- -. will be required to execute bond with good surely for the purchase price, payable to the Ma-tCommissioner and bearing six per cent intere-- t per annum from date of sale until paid. Bonds to have the force ami effect ' a judgment. LESLIE SHKOFT. M. C. B. C. C. cr MERCHANTS' BARGAIN OFFERINGS An offering of standard seasonable merchandise at bargain prices one day only SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1922 J. R. STEELE COMMISSIONER'S SALE. bath ciKcrrr oinrr Sidney T. Warren and Peachy Mr. (. I,. Fntzicr were i l Winches- Warren his xvifc and Lizzie William- -. IMaintitr, ter last week for a few dux . XOTICK 01' SAI.K versus J. M. Kicliardson and tamily, of Mt. Sterling, spent the day with her Laura ("ovle and Clcll Coyle her Defendants. parents, Wa-- h Spem c and x ifc la- -t hilsbiiiul By xirtue of a judgment and order Sunday. Tue-d.iy. GROCER FRESH AND CURED MEATS OF ALL KINDS EAT OYSTERS! Receiving fresh shipments every Fri-day and Saturday, NEUBERT'S Spe- cials and Standards. The oysters that really satisfy. Also Fancy Celery and Head Lettuce, Cranberries and other seasonable vegetables. T c li-- Di-tri- Oorrc-potidi- y. Mr. Travis Tackett and xvifc, of South Point. Ohio, visited their daughter, .Mrs. J. h. Gray Friday and Saturday. J. II. Swartz and -- on, Fred, and John K. McCl.iin, of Winchester, visited hi- - parent- - Geo. Swartz ami wife Saturday. S. MeClain. xvifc and daughter .nil son, of Detroit, Mich., are visitiig Mrs. MeClain's niece. Mrs. Pre-- s Blcxui- - and familx, and other old friend- - and rclatixc.-- here. Mr-. Elmer Mynluer and dauglrers of Middletown, Ohio, visited her parents W. M. Moore and wife last x of sale of the Bath Circuit Court, rendered at the October term there. in the aboxo styled action, of, as Master Commissioner of said Court, xvill on l!l--1 FRESH OYSTERS Celery, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1922, eek. Mr- -. h, Swartz - very ill. She xvith appendicitis. .Mrs. W. W. Pcnix called on her son B. F. Pcnix :n family at Fanners last Sunday. 'Mis Xornia Slasher, of Morehead formerly of this place, xvas recently Slush-jrj- s Mi-- s married to a Mr. Ju-ti- s. a nice and accomplished young lady. We wish them a long and 1.; ppy life together. She is a daugh-:c- i of Lee Slusher who recently died Fox i- - threatened kJ. Xew Mexico. Mi-s.Mary Welch and Ellen Spenec were in Salt Lick Saturday. Mrs. Belle Crockett and Miss Lane of Mt. Sterling, spent the night xvith I: cs Mis- - Fannie Lane here Thursdav. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. BATH C1KCUIT COURT past week. Ray- mond, visited in Huntington the OLYMPIA Georgo Jack-o- n ;md son. Stone, of Owingsville, spent Sunday with T. ec Mrs. Ernest CKrjton, of SI. Al- J. Hart and wife bans, W. Va., was the guest of her J. B. Hunter, of Paintsville, i, visbrother, Henry Craig and wife re- iting hi- J. I,. Gray and family. J. P. Wright, wife and ton, pat sn, cently. The sick of our town are El.-i- e vi-it- ng is and wife. Staton, of Middletown, Ohio, his parents M. L. Staton Plaintiff, versus XOTICE OF SALE Clay Carpenter, and B. A. Shrout a- - Guardian of -- aid Clay LKSLIK SHKOUT, M. C. B. C. C. Carpenter Defendants. By virtue of a judgment atid order Miss I)es xvho fell and inof sale of the Bath Circuit Court, jured herself at her home as report ;d rendered at the October term thereof, 1022, in the above styled action, lasj xveek, does not improve itiueh. i 1 as Master Commissioner of said Lost, Strayed or Stolen. Court, xvill on 0 lied heifer, xveight about 8)0 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1922, at about the hour of. one o'clock p. pounds and has a cropped ear. K. ward $5.00. m. (same being the first day of the J. D. & S. K. OKEKMVADK, regular term of tho Bath County Mt. Sterling Ky. Court) at the front door of the Court House in Owingsville, Bath ' Byron Brothers have laid a, coil- county, Ky., sell to the highest bid crete foundation for a jioxv xvarc- der the folloxving described tract o house on their t OM oherliu land. Said parcel of land is on tin The building is to be of concrete xvaters of Salt Well branch and is in block construction. . Bath county, Ky., and is bounded a Koy Wages and Miss Ella Well's were married Tuesday at tho honie of the bride's parents. Dr. Zaixk .Well- - and wife. Exx-in- Mat lie Carpenter at about the hour of one o'eloek j. m. (same being the lirst day of the regular term of the Bath Countx Court) at the front door of the Court House in Oxxingsville, Bath county, Ky., sell to the highest bid der the folloxx ing described parrel-o- f land. Said parcel- - of land are m Bath county, Kentucky, one ot xxhieli contains 124 acre- - and xxhu-l- i i bounded aw lolloxvs; ()n the North bx the land of William Hart's heir- -, on the South by the property of Nettie Clark, on the Ku- -t by the proper-Iof Wooley heirs and on the We-- l by Clyde Young's land. The other parcel of land is in Olyinpia and - hounded us folloxv- -: n the North by the property of Amanda liellit. on the South by & Ohio of Company, o,, the Kat by the property of .lames Case's heirs anil on the West by the lands of Mud Staton and .lames (iray. Sale xvill be made on a credit of s'i months for one. half and twelve months for the other half of the urchu-- e xvill be price. reiiiired to execute bonds with good Mircty for the purchase price payable to the Master Commissioner and bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid. Bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment. Che-apea- ke Kail-xx-aI'tin-hasc- Cranberries, Lettuce and kinds of vegetables, all other SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Five pounds Monarch Steel-Cu- t Coffee S1.87 Six cans of Eastern Star 20c Peas 1.00 len cans Campell s Soup 1.25 R. C BYRON, Home of Quality Groceries Fresh Bread Received Daily HAVE IT MADE TO MEASURE from the ALL WOOL LINE FINE You can buy an suit here for all-wo- ol WINCH JESTER Guns, Atminitiou and Oils. Get ready for the hunting season. f22.50 TO Specials for this Week HARMONY PHONOGRAPHS WITH 25 COLUMBIA RECORDS FOR $25.00 LESS 10 PliR CENT. FOR CASH OR 22.50 ONE GRAY WATER PAIL TEN-Q58 $35.00- - E. L. & A. T. BYRON Winchester Store, Owincsville, Ky. which will take a lot of beating when it comes to quality and workmanship. International clothes are never made from cheap materials no matter how low the Price. L. D. BROTHER, Owingsville, Ky. WE HAVE BIG ASSORTMENT OF FARMERS BUSTK OWINGSVILLE, KY. Ladies', Misses' and Children's COATS Wo will give special prices on Ihcs'i garments. See us if you want a wrap Capital $120,000.00 We do Surplus Fund $60,000.00 at your price. a general banking business. If you have any bonds due the 15th of December let us collect them for you. Your War Saving Stamps 1918 issue will be due January 1st, 1923. Let us take care of you. GOODPASTER & CO. Country Produce Wanted GO TO Weak, Ailing OD WOMEN should take I Bfl this season at Young Brothers' livery stable. As I have bought your turkeys for several years, so I would like to buy them this year, and I will pay the highest cash price. I am paying the following prices for produce: Good but- TURKEY ter in pound cakes 20c a pound. As I have a place in Lexinprton I will pay the HIGHEST PRICE for EGGS. BUTTER and CHICKENS. I will be in the GJ-AjVI- E C..W. YOUNG and get his prices on Potatoes, Apples and other merchandise. Also 35c; eggs 10c, 1A and chickens ARMY GOODS Mi K" Kh ALLEN'S POULTRY CO. Special Discount on OF Tlie Woman's Tonic 10 PER CENT. S I A I KAIV t: a6a.uisk deca ON ALL TUBES AND TIRES MRS. EMILY WARNER, Propr. Table supplied with the best of everything obtainable. Board by week or day and meals at all times Sold Everywhere DD One Day Garage Phone 5S. Only-- Sat OWINGSVILLE, KY. Oct. 28 A. N. DENTON & SON saves you costly repairs and adds to its appearance and value. Whether your property be wood, brick, stucco or concrete "Save the Surface and You Save All " with Paint is the best and cheapest insurance it prevents deterioration, protects your home against the elements, FELT TIRED, SO TIRED Indiana Lady Says She Was Ran. Down, Suffered Yith HerBack, Took Cardui, and Got Well. An item from the news of Eastern K. State Normal School is to the Varnishes Stains Enamels The cost of painting is small compared with the protection it affords, but you must buy a paint that will give you longest service at lowest cost per year. Pee Gee Mastic Paint for home exteriors, is a strictly pure paint, guaranteed to be absolutely free from adulturanti. by more than fifty year U contains a high percentage of ZINC ground in genuine linseed oik withstands all weather conditions and hat greatest covering capacity. of reputation. There is a Pee Gee Product for every Paint and Varnish purpose, backed Peaslc-Gaulbert Co., Inc., Mfgr., Louisville, Ky. Visit Ods ilof and let us advise irHh you regarding your paint requirements. Ark or Frea Paint Books and Color Cards. Ejs I, & A. T. BYRON Owingsville, Ky, it Richmond. Ind. "I thoucht I would write a line or so, to say that I oxve my good health and strenctn to Cardui," says a letter from Mrs. Cora Courtney, 31 Railroad Street, this city. "I was all until my family Ihoueht thev would lose me." writes Airs. Courtney. "My husband coaxed me to lake Cardui, so, to please him, I did, and will say I do not regret it, for I am able COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to do all my work and do my shopping. BATH CIRCUIT COURT "1 have live children, four in school. my husband and a boarder to do for, and J. K. Dawson, et al Plaintiffs, I do all my own work for alt of us, and versus NOTICE OF SALE find time to play. We all praise Cardui. Every sick and woman should Jennie Youii et al, Defendants take this wonderful medicine. I5y virtue of a judgment and order "I suffered with mv back: a verv weak feeling in my limbs. of sale of the Hath Circuit Court. "I felt hardly able to drag; just rendered at the October term there tired so tired all the time. 'It was an effort for me to do anv- - of, 1922, in the above styled action, thinq, but Cardui helped me so I felt like I as Master Commissioner of said a different woman." will on If you are in a nhvsical Court, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1922, condition, suffering as this Indiana lady says she did, give Cardui a (air tnil. It at about the hour of one o'clock p. should help yod. m. (samo being the first day of the NC-1Take Cardui. run-dorun-dorun-do47 that Herman Sneilejrar has treasurer of the intermediate ela-- s of that school. Herman Sncdegnr js a son of Oil Snede-ar- , of this county, and is a good student, interested in all school ( been fleeted regular term of the Hath Cotintv Court) at the front door of the Court Hoit-- e in Owingsville, Hath county, Ky., sell to the highest bidder the foiowing described tracts of land, all of them are situate in Hath county, Ky. The tirst tract contains 23 acre.-- , and is bordered on the North. South and West by the lands !' the Rose Run Iron Co. and 011 the Kast by the land- - of Wm. l'urvis. Second: A tract ot land on Nav- lor" Hraneii containing 123 and acres bounded u the North by the lands of the late .J. M. Richart, on the South by Naylor's IJranch, n the East by the lands of .1. T. Hart, on the West by the land-- ; of Ed Coyle. Said lir- -i and second tracts is the same land owned by the Deft. J. W. SImnkhuul and (!. B. Dawson, deceased. Third A tract of land on Slate Creek containing . 83 and !!)-Ki- ll 93-1- r j acre- - bounded on the North by the land., of Owen Roger--, on the South by the lands of Fannie Lathrani, on the Ea- -t by the lands of James Me- Nabb and A. II. Dawson, on the West by the lands of the late J. M. Rich-a- rt and the lands of J. T. Hart. Thi tract ij, known ar. the Happy Hollow farm of -- aid 0. B. Daw.-o- n, deeea-e- d. Fourth: A tract of laud containing !() acres, bounded by beginning in the center of Ridge Road I'ike, comer to .1. R. Dawson, thence N 9, E :S1.20 chains to stake in the D. B. Salver line, thence N S7, W 31.52 chain- - to -- take in said Salver line, comer with the Daw.-o-n Heirs land, thence S 20... W 1S.12 chains to stake near barn corner with same, thence S 'QV4, E 1C.41 chains t.. iter of said pike, thence with cen- nike v 72. E 2.17 chains ler of and X 874, 22.04 chains and X GS& chain,. 11 ml X S7 E 4.17 chains, X 70, E 4.90 chains, S 77,3, E 3 chains, S SI, E 2.94 chains to the beginning. This fourth tract ot land owned by Mrs. Mary P. Fieklin at the time of her death. Sale will be made on a credit of six months, the purchaser of tho tir-- t and .second tracts will be required to execute bonds for the one-ha- lf of their purchase price, payable to J. W. Shanklnnd, and bonds to the undersigned for the other halt payable to the undersigned Commissioner. The purchasers of tracts Xo. 3 and 4 will be required to execute bonds, payable to the undersigned Commis-ione- r. All of said lwmU to be on (i per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid and to have the force and effect of a judg-Men- t. K (i.-1- 0 LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B. C. C.