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Owingsville outlook: November 9, 1922 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 owi1922110901_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: November 9, 1922 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V TLO VOLUME XLIV OW1NGSVILLE, Mrs. W. W. SHIELDS. T; Kop r- -, ilaurliier VJr. ami Mr- -. On-- r Ii.n:. r- -, s brii ir .Shertmrne in ltailt eonnt. llet a J7, imC. ai.d !wd at l!'e li'-p'Wrtlttedity, Novemlier 1. I A hot t'ine bef ire -- lie die.' lie r:tf Itiiib to tv.i'i- - both bo . !'tir Tie I'lIU .1 twilli -- li'l bern. eoiidii'-teeri-eal the homi era! of lu r taiviii- - -- lie J- - b.nrieil at in I lie ItriM-llc- i and i.f I'lrtiy syitiuit'ii 'in ,t4:ilie-- . '.ie I. Ill'.'ed by ll.T Iii i ami, h.T lurtiil-- , two KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, GlMB-.. 9, 1922. Stetson lint- - ;it IH TV. NKsiWTT , CO., Mi. Stcrliag, Ky. PERSONAL Mrs. V"-- Frv.ik Gootinastcr. ( v 1'fljeli IStitU in lii,istn in Unu lr i atHrly. Mi ! YVtcr s:h1 foVuihia I'koiiograp'i 4erord. n .10c ich whle they last at Day"- - Jcaelrv -- tore. IVIiiht aa lit. a! atlr eat a- taken i'f; her I'liin r Tut -- day. .i.Mi'nU ill a tier limine in Mt. Ster ;ind died in a t'e" minute-- , it is :iiii1m.-- . i'.mi'i 22 I r. 1 WE NT YOUR Sw .. Wana TIW W. A. Y1aiIry and Mi vee grouted IHM Knii- - at Htriliaf. Kallani Vi I ho mil. r lrfl Tlmt-.l.i- y lu many In euHr lnu iu til. Latri. (liit ir ItartuT nunc Bimday i . mai iiiit'l alter !m S:iiui-I.i a cfa-tfcm- DOTY; XKKIMTT fi CO.. Ml. Stnliag. Ky. Gel ur pricis on cosl, lumber. J'wi.'hii.I oemofit before IiHying. Kight price- - nd prompt delivery. WALTEK VOUN'O COAL CT clerpri-ing wen of Vance Minify, are building and dHgifiUHr a modern shin- - ladiry. Soatc' baty. P0STED Y1 banting H'Mi Joss and gnu. Yinte-lsraw warned njwit they wiH hr 11 W tkmli willi cordiiij:lo law JAMES ami JoYlN CHAIN. p,,-8 -- f)r farm J n rain-- ' ter. of 1. ibis town. She - tf her life i" lliin.- ait'i'y ville, but after lh- - di ath of her re "i i to Ml. ti r'inyr to lii .. itxither of .Mr--. lic . H. S. thili- - . i.l Mrs. Carroll Ctienault, . 1 U4 UL Ckarii-lrxii0t, tn.lli l' Sierlinir, ttli.mt nr i nl a IVm da;.-.- . f her. Her uwiilili uawa vns Iterry M'- - H;i.U- - TurUy. .f Ml. Iiait.-,broili uud Khe na- - reared in the vicinity and an. I j- - llu ear-- 1 f U- -' Seltio Thaaa- -' ami Karl. llaii j of Sliarii-iii'!- ". She - -- unived by Tin!' year- - he liieil war liter M- -t .iJ. If. l?:ieim and Mrs. Tfeuias ZiamtrrmaB. of Ml. V.yoaiiiijr. She had a ?;reat nambe.-Mrs y,,, ,V(k o( siiarjilmri:. and reriiiK im visuiajf tlu l'aatily of i' frieud, a 'ill mis highly ieemrd. bnilier, 4ui . lli'iry. of Indepeu-leiirA. Nhronl. SIm? mduatetl from the eietuiKm Mo. Mi- -. liiMnl.i-ie- r inheritMr--. Ilraivt JIwri. of In fan', i -- chiHilnl It; fa f.utily v.ith h:;r'le t ed a furtiiiie, uhich -- Ii. Uit anrk, Aady Coylo ami honor-- in IMS and atleiidtd the i.ibbd to by prudent management. ;i r'y war town. Tliti Sehoul rniu 1!IS to During her residence here Mr- -. UoJu-r- t Her eliwrful anil friendly Uaalt. of as a good wit and kind ; won her ni.iiiy i'riitNl- -. mother and very generous to the aant, Mr--. IJiU-j- r and eerybndv I'ccily. Burial uill She liked r t 'hatulbr. at the il'e eeiiulery Imlay at p. in and l.fcil hT. Duriiitr her ?al a'ld vevv Mr. aud Mr.--. I' 1. llVt by the l ie In iiiai'.tancil Mi- -. of her iin-- I ii.nl who died I!. Ii. TTi'iinom vite in ls- - trying illue ai.il heerlullie-- s of .iiiii -- i.eclia-., - ago. me year;.ii Salurtia. w'diiW ' Mf' I.ry Ai-- ThU prt -- UIiM'll of jii;Hij"'i'y - I'l - . Ibeea-ii- " A. IbiiillllM in Mi. oe- ! - lui-'ii- ri We will ..avo l)uvors cnll at yojtr hi1 HI 3 -- anx-Swala- i -- Sn-rlin- s lul. ij - -l . , e. lii!lu'bt inarkt'l price, V Ho not sell until you iiet our mivv. Wil! pay ! cent niorn a pound al)o( X V buyer's jirice delivered at. our poultry f luinif willi JJL'N YOUR f i WINCHESThrf ifi PUMP GUNS jI ifi 3 1- 1 eoii-idera- V house. to-in-vil- am! aiiitinition now while our stock is complete y ifi aiuJ wc have a nice, fresh line to select from. ISJ-il- flN6SVILLE PRODUCE CO. T hr I - liw-i-e- ' H2 I nmipa Ml " XVA I E. L. & A. T. B YR0N -- Jjv 1 IglMEMBERII Owingsville, 5J Gifts & miifr) l.y. iiril. - Maii:ie llinnMa 1 ft Tett. T!feaicTtvmg for hns Mho aa Uintried to W. V. Sl ieb;. vi-- it i to r .1 --..eral d.iy NovcaAer Silth. The last nVv o;. Dev. , 1!21, hanHy a year liefwre Iimat Mt. Mertia ail vWch J,knHl;tiriMK day earn? ' 1 ' death, hi the Mimniir of lillll M- i- Willi IT. Calk, of Mt. Slrti- tth ws 1911 and lite next v.ijf i 'c bec.iiue a C'iritiau daring n Ji. IS. I rook.- - ami lam-i- . ia Jl'JW. wir. eiTI'titr hehl at Wyoiniajt by 11m. wl !' ;UU O.tk a ! H D. T1ioji.ii-atV. S. Tinidry. Tims did her Lord I MM HWtu fa) CBaMB3 Hil fit sife. i::ke her nxire iieanliiul nilb aha-ion. ymv ryes rit3t ghurs. No charg. Mrs. IdHini Ku4i wil leave ia tj anas", few tlay- - lo i.jHn.L-rii- c ar tMnimiHoH aa g"a-- e! winter vitl Her death oiinrrcd hea -- he fie oa ami sati-f- y iA yoi ir no sale. trr win, HnUn- - KasL anil he.i laeuly year of a;1', Key lowpfV. V'a. S. J. THOMPSON, jiu- -t enteriojr into the lull iui was 1". M. Annitajre oal vifr, of Hills ueoa of life. Hie ehanu of tier life thniuRli fare l'ritlay en ' a- - the uhieli rudiateo km ui-. SoMetawc before ifce hrst of uesi Hate t Winefa-t- w to attend t!n Inun her jire-inwheriAer -- he SMi" lUlii manly win tw divided itrtj funeral t.f .ir- -. Aiiu'la?1"- - fi!er. She was -- ndl a person, we ol" in on,-five edacalioiml Iktii uould jmle, that tin- - world need; Mrs. Xaaey Corlan jvu-ift- f vkia Member of tin? Board of Eh iviKs here l"r the ii' :i;c! il- - .iiMim. (iod yenra tit to several l wiN l't r4i-letaitu'HT remove her, and we know that He faker hntlber, Ttmrntuu Surlluig near 311. knows what in beht. We, too, i!l S'tpriiiif. uuderMaild why it was be.--t FOIJ SAI.K: lnmc am! Virpilinc It; ron. liraer 'ay. itt hm tiirtt avrntic. l.irt (twining . jjtni.1 :tsl iwtlmHil-iHf.- -. Crooks, I.ueillu Vice. Meir-- lSaseom "Not now, but in the coining years, Tliai)-!- ) Il may be ill the better laud, ami llroiik Dynm were in C We'll read the meaning of our tears. Ia'AuiI ii for (lie football jnwo ilKS. MAliYF. l'lHtKIKsi Ami There, sometime, we'll under-t.t;ut.- t. State and CoUv, i.mil.'.v. 1 ,1 Uateben, Ky.J ifr- -. Laujriili.i ;uul miji. Stanley IiultliM, of X.irtli Midtlletomi, Missl Why what we loap far nto- -t of nil, MiaWy, NtK 11 xt i;yrm'n llnrilwarc Maitie Lee I.an'aliti and l'rnak l.linles so oft our eaxer liand, Vtaaifier. ol, l.exiiu;tiiii, were 'here Wliy hoies are entslied nail eastles Kriday In attend tae fanei-a- l of .Mrs. fall Jib li- - Mh.v '.V. V. Shields !kwl Ctmi'is L'p there, sometime, we'll under, Garrett, f ln.lian Clrk Co.. stand. Mr. n:id Mrs- - David Stalon, of aurriiMl the lutme of ttii wtStt i!i ar SU I.iek, :anl Mrs. David Oar-uc- r, I iod k'ios ihe way, II.1 hold- - the key iitii-Ultev. Ii. L. llailoy of Mi."uri, aro vLi(iiit; tlieir lie sjniflo u with unerring hand: in lasr and brother in lav.-- , Sometime. Hvilh tear!e-- s eyes we'll VuiI- and wife o Flat Creek. see; Yihi run xivi iHoin-by lutjing Mr. Stolen S7 e;irs old and Mrs. Yes, up there, we'll yttar 'ltiki ami ivitiii:1s nn-- l Stilton is S- years old. Tliuy nav' S. I'lCICLlN. from the DivN'TOX MKICLX-TH.- i: been wiaiTit'd (il years. CO., nt HilMM.nt. Ky. Tlio.; T. J. JACKSON Iiarc tke biwivt riifs for .soveral fiiiml Overcoat- - of itialily. .1. .laek.-oi- i, known to ccry- yvaMK am! the lamr4 Mck of hut- DITV, XCSDITT & CO., liody here as Jeff Jnekson, died at Ky. Ml. ajiospital at lioauoke. Ya. Thur.-da-y nigtit. Mr. Jack-o- n had an attack If you inve-- t your turkey ntoney k I)cj-- Courier Journal, ami of pneumonia from which he was e mm year $5.50; DaVy Isiie;-tOin Home Hiuipuieut. It's penuatient. ed to have alums) recovered when H. I.. & A. T. 1JYK0X. Herald Outlook otie year at p!turi.y sujiervened, eau-in- g death iu a time. He was bom and College foolbal! lenni deCentre feated the team of Kentucky State wared near this town, where ho Notice To Taxpayers. -- pent most of his life. He loft hero 71w (Inwl.-Sehool tax - mur due. rniversity i't SttiU Fiuld, Lexington. about Ihrco years ago to become llcerutofore tWs lax has been jihW Saturday by a beore of '11 to 3. foreman of an iron ore mines ' the to tlw iHWifT hut tb'm year will lie Il the trenehe.s that were dug iu Shenandoah Yalle.v of Yirviaia. liayaV to J. Ii. AHtmer.naw, CoUeet-- r. About a year later he wa- - followed The jnahy s jinveriled hy France eeuUI be plaeoil iu one Callie !y h'.s wife who was Mi-- s Iriiu li it would tnunl the Ianr mt& he added aft.--r Die Jt Ongiry before her marriage. oi the earth u yard v.ide, a .left" .laeksuii, as he wa- - commonly The cplar ijMatterlyCor.fereiiee yard deip and JI0,(KM) miliv long. s, quiet and called, was an of ItV Ctri --timii ChureUes am! llibk dignilied citizen. He is survived bv Invi-- t your turkey money in - held of ltath county will ikhis wife and four ehldren; Wallace, nice sewing machine. Chri-liChun-l- i at the Oinap-xiM, of Detroit, Mich., Kollic, of K. L. A. A. T. I'.Yl.'OX. Saailay afntrnoon, Xov. 12, from J. Minn., .Mr- -. M. T. Case, of p. w. to 1 p. in. All intere-te- d in Ne.1 Attlo LicEnsc Syslctn. Frankfort, and Mr- -. Mack DeVaulL this work arc urged to attend. City, Tenn. He is al-- o Under the new law the auto lieeii- - of John-o- u C. A. riJiltV", Kiirviitd by brothe"-- , (ieorge .lack-sose for the eomiug year will lie MKf.. I D. KKOTHKi:, See'y. on a diffeient ba-t- s. Kacli of thi.- - town; J;i- -. K. Jack-o- n, will pay 23e on each machine of Salt of Dlympia; I'i'e.-.- s Jack-o- n, U. S. Amy Goods for Sale. ami 44'e on each 10(1 ponml-j- n ii'ck; and Wallace Jackson who' I have a lot of Hap and Car&on wtiglit. Thi.-- will make very" Ut- lives somewhere iu the west. shoos, O. I). Coats and Troa-er- s, ile difference iu the tax on a Ford, Xhirl- -, lUaokit-,- . Orcreoats and WiiiKini Biv-rHaU ami cnpri ami briiUes ad satl-itt- bat the heaier ears will pay higlier Wilbiiru Ib'rry, aged 77 year-- , died rales. at prices to juil tinte- -. at hi- - home in Xi hohis county Fri3t ii. W. COY LI J. The Woman.s Club iih--I Monday day night. Mr. Berry moved from his aftemooN iu the club room with Mrs. home near Sharp-bur- g about two It Lj mill that a party of State. Wat -- on Thomas, Mis KUa Hughes years ago to Nicholas county. He University and geologi-t- s .tail Miv. .J. W. Shanklaad, as host- - was for many years one of the best wMl an on bepiH e.M'.iva-tioipreknown farmers nnd stock trader of es. After a busbies- - se.v-io- n around Olyinjwaii Springs with sided over by the president, Mrs. Bath county, and had thu V ko of KHiling remains (.f pre-Kdgar Denton, tiie following program of being the largest man in this Into rie aMuwils, sutiilar to tho.--e ws- - givi2i on the Louvre: whole region, his average weight bend at BKf Ilootte liek. It i well .1. Fricl ing around 150 pounds. Mr. Berry Solo Mrs. F. :nown that those aHiiuuls freiiuente.1 lino History of the Louvre, Mrs. Turner is survived by his wife and two -- tilt. lii-- k all Milt .vlis to the .Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Monro-field- , I'erry; Lffe of DeYinea and his Mima Ijsn asul the Uisl and Miss Annie May at home. Kotice To Taxpayers. apjier, Mrs. IL C. (Stnbell; Piano The burial was at Sharp.sburg cemI hnve reeeiveil the tax honks and coWeet tases. We oaly Solo, Mrs. V. J. Friel; Millet, The etery, after appropriate funeral seram ready to haw a short time in which to eolleet (Hennery, the Angehis, Mrs. K. V. vices at home. and you should come in at onec autl RroUer. American Officer- - of Bath Fo-- t, sot tie as the penalty goes on soon. Tiuio-Sta- r (Daily) and ..'en will mm to night to ihi'iac Cuuinimti S. M". BST1LL, Sheriff. - for a celeotui here SaturOwing-- v Outlook one year $5.00. ly ';i li.no a . ., etiathell-- -, line of .niiiy brei i'Iii -- , oer caulein-Wmi-ilirf- NEW THEATRE PROGRAM ix-- l- ELECTION NOTES coats, '5c- - , cap- -, , 1 - !'it.s u Kleeliiui returns aiv iiieagi r at the time we go to prc-- s, but indieatious are Unit the Kentucky Congressional lineup i unchanged. Fields, Democrat, will win iu this, Ihe ninth district by a good majority, lie will ited bags, laundry bags, blanket and tunny other thing-- . bargtiiiis. Come, look them Thursday, N ov. 9lh er. C. W. VlU X(i. Nc-hi- ' -d pri'iKtring to put tt J. J. I'Vaturiiig (Jcoi'ijo Arliss jority, MoMlgomery county by about I'o'.Wf a concrete sidewalk iu front hi building- - on Coyle street. Thi- -. 501). Democrats carry New Yoik, FRIDAY'. NOV. 10. "On With ether with cither lecent impnive-iintit- die I)anc!" fenUtrini: Alae Alur-t:tDemocrat, warning iu the nice Smith, tlio stiir of "iVacoel: Alloy," on that ireet will make it one for (uirernor by a large majority. and "Fascination." Also I'atlio of lie- - ino- Indiana and Ohio racer, are close. News Weekly. of the town. carry Bath county by abuul "THE DEVJL," - s Hi 100 ma- m W of the biggest little store in the city s y, a Lfi i 5 -- Cereals Cream Whea- t- PufTed Wheat Wheat Putted Monarch Corn Flakes Post Toasties Kellogg's 15ra- n- Pillsbury's Bran Monarch Rolled Oats- - Armour's Oats Rice-Shre- dded lo sce-tif- i- wi-a- fi Ji-I- rr:, AVanic 11-1- lw-lH- a a NESBITT a Sterling, a MONDAY and TUESDAY, N0a E AIDER and of America's Leisure and a greatest character actors. See 'Ti-iiof erc married at the Litirrc si Valentino and a "THE DEVIL" ar the It. the a featurin? Rudolph tre, bride Tiiitrsday night. Agnes Ayrcs. Also Pathe News a W'iriirN' innn Tni1n nt'tn a dajk&ter of Mis a prize at noon at l:.f,. ifjc and lllzio Stone prnprietor of the Comfort a i tiddler's Tuesday night 20c and t at aiul the a Friday night. His Sidney Qne )f the great p;ctures of young man einpibyed jing tle a I'outth jirie. year. the lioodptstcr Oarage for theKrloae, a past si vera! months a SHl.VBa battery Fur two neik- - we will give special Ca-- h Discount on Ciins and Amnui-I'tioi- i. K. I- .1 oar store DUTY, when in Mt. Slerl- & CO.. mg. & A. T. I'.YIffiN. SATURDAY, NOV. 11th. A Splendid Western. Exact Selection has been made. Also Comedy. -Uhi-vcrs- al .ML Ky. Lsiisire-Warn- cr. - Drink Coffee Alonarch Steel Cut Golden Dream Washington Seal Ever Fresh Betsy Ross Brand--Alartha Fi.ii .Mi- -s ofluMtlimr r.;!ib y miiii.-te- r, .Mary Lee homo Ij. iv Ilev. The Kmily Ywi.iiei," Kestau-- fJcorge Arli i- one 13 14 him ii New Thea- Thar-da- y, Nov. !)th. j Alnf Buy Canned Foods Nov Alonarch Sliced Pineapple Libby's Fancy Yellow Cling Peaches AlcPherson s Red Pitted Cherries Alonarch Heart of Grapo Fruit Farm House Strawberries Alonarch Early June Peas Alonarch Red Kidney Beans fuoiuuvh Corn Alonarch Pork and Bean,- ' Walker's Chili Con Came ut grio-i- i who ha- is r.a industrioilbeen aH old won Hie fii'ot conte-Mt. ster-- ; son, oOc. ' v..ju a a a a a a a a a a a a? a a a a a a a a i' , matt. MK.3 Fk-ld-- They lei I immeliate5y after the ccri mony for Lexington, when they will make their home. Yowvi-Dean. T. QUIT V ' a i!l a m 1 rny Y Onl-bw- he-li- H nl d i- is lt. John Young, of near Shelhyville, and Miss (Hady- - Dean, of Spencer CMimty. were married la- -t Thursday iu l.'ia'-xill- e. At the -- ri'ne time and pla-- tMr. Young- - friend and neighbor, Elliott Loury wedded Mi-- s Olive Dean. The bride- - are John Young i.s the younge-- t son of Mr. and Mr- -. ,1. Kd Young and wa- - rear- d in tliis community. He is a line buy o" splendid character and one of our overseas soldiers having -- erved iu France almost throughout the duration of the war and was held iu the army of occupation in Cohleiiij, (ienuany. several mouth- - alter the aniii-lie- e. His bride, a pivtty and attractive girl of seventeen i unknown to hi- - nu'iiy lriends here but belong- - to a wry prominent ! icnly lid is iiiile popular in her Coi.li ihitti d. tui. ri itsascijix.lliimi'jflaii.i s;i w.'.Eiisaeai f 9l IE1 Bcffmniufi; Salnrday, Kov. lltli in-eludi- mr i iudii-triuo- UEW THEATRE PRESENTS e au Mitine-npidi-- THE SHEIK - f T T we will sell our stock of merchandise X at prices such as hav'i not been en-- J joyed in tliis eonnnunity before. Noth-- i 3ii reserved. Everythiiii- for sale, furniture and fixtures. Watch X this jiaper for list of prices next week. Our store will be closed Friday, No4 vember 10, all dav to mark down the prices for this sale This is a genuine sale. Ii very thi uj- that t we have must be sold by March 1st 10215. Nothing returned or exchanged. X. iMeythiniv sold for cash. - f f f f R. C. BYRON a a never Prices a a a iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.ar laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaii a a MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S g 1 7 Phone 48 Quality sacrificed to meet US 1 I$! 2.50 $30,001 a a a a a a 35 lWa Jk . KmP quit-busine- ss - Men,s Staple rIodels in Browns and Grays $12.50 to 20.00 shades, 20.00 and $30.00 Trices $12.50, al! IVi-iil- ent, n er with Agnes Ayres and Rudolph Valentino. MONDAY, NOV. l.'Jlh Alalinee (iOODL'ASTLill & CO. By Ford Tatterson j-.- , rP MEMBER . . at 1:15. TUESDAY, NOV. I I, night 7:l.r 1 it ml if" y. WnHTED o. Colorful Desert Stones with wild Riding and Exciting Action. A Flaming Romance love! Hinging away the tie is U chil-Ore- n, of Civilization! Leaving Ihe "lady" only woman, the "gentleman" only a man. The haughty English girl in the power of the Shot.:. The tale of a lawless Arab Chief who loved an English beauty and took her! Stormed her Carivan -- carried her oil' to hi:? tent lost her red her fought foi: her m ti won, heart' .mil A romance all coi , ' wifhar-bari- c ..'itsnlendor. as a galloping Bedouin, iiacng' through scenes that thrill wilh their beauty and daring. of DlsoiI trappings will o)en up next week at Young-lii-os-. livery stable, and will bo ready to receive turkeys at the 1 I iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaai The bi-t m vi Y-eo- sB & co. 1 for men! Kentucky physicians are planning a campaign for the treatment of ap proximately 12,000 crippled children- in the State who are in need of meit' icl attention. Octr land.- Li H GHEST CASH PRICE isliViO Overcoats and young men. DUTY, NESBITT & CO., .ML ! As I iiave bemi buvimv your turkeys .1. Sterling, Ky. r' :!: Sif. - rt-- f for several years, paying yon the top price, I will be in a position this year to pay you a better price than L have ever paid you. He sure and call mo and get my price before you sell your Notice To Creditors Fehei ea Ewing, Admr, of James Ewing, deceased, Vlainliif, rsus - Boys' two Kiir pants Suits, al DUTY, NESBITT & CO., ML November 11 Cij u !. : l'o- -' i Daily) and SterliLflvy. 'Mitlook one year $5.00. Additional Locals on last paye. Our first showing of Agnes Ay- - ' ers and Rudolph Valentino. Ah" Pathe News Weekly. id 20c Admission: Matinee K '''uesdavmight 7:15 20c and 30c. I j turkeys. ALLEN'S POULTRY CO. IVferd et al Notice is hereby given to ail n- -t having cliotus the tate of sahl deeed' nt. Inme.s K'rft to Hie their elai'ii-- . oui t pr7aaf ; Wfore the hih'" nMtssioHer on or before Fc'.. j.iv 1, lf23. LESLIE SIH.'O'Tr, 31. C. B. C. C. Ja iiie.s M. Ewing a-.-- Notice To Hunters. are posted against hns'r with dogs or gun. J. W. IlORSEMi'N, r t:Tiirr,n s I'llILLU AHi2. - HOI .;sk.y N, WU.L M. MO 31 V: A EM.a MS aRNP J. NATHANIEL 3LUJT1N M.VRK.I 5. rW-- ' i ,9 K. m aVSat I OWINGSViILLE Whitest-lireThe White Rlkhorr Coal r.iiiipun.v. of Ietroit. h:i pur- rha-- fl the siiinll mini's of the ls;lii-I.ew- ifoul ' mi :i n . uejir Wlille-i-htir- The nev owners will star! Improvement work at ome. - OUTLO C, GvVJNGSVIl! tucky Cullings pe of hout Otm Get Bash Your ..eaiti.li Ale you djji'ii; :iu.uinl 'i.n aiu-day witli a flull lie Are you tired and in 'iiinit- - Miliject to Hi and lies. (V'y ttab ku-k.i- i 1.1,1111- RUM DfflllHi BY f IT HUL1N6 HAVOC Egyptian . Break All of OF .ms DEAD ( NEW for Departed the Choicest inaware. dim most trmntplrlng nt state e ltonrhon Cirriilt Court Hied Milt for from Zor.i Sosh.x. on. plaintiff allege-- ; that .o-h- Frankfurt Articles of Incorporation of the In inellilt' Fire Insurant o Cotiipany, of llopkinille, were hy .lames K. lEame. Th,. atithorled capital stock of the compan.x is SKXMHUl. e Frankfur- t- Norman Wilhurii. used In :t, as strmk h h sireet car anil ilieil -- lie Hot !i an hour after the accident Tlisl at I.'! to the ilefeiKhilit. leps were severed at the knees lij tile car. The child ran In front of tin- - i.ir kfor- l- lleilronl .Mu.klin, of as it was coiiiim; down an incline. appointeil a member of the -! rtl of of the I'onfe.leriile Governor Frankfort Morrow me :il r'we, Vallej liy Covermir designated .lililie .1. ('. Pedman. .if He siieeei'il- - hii Jather, t'ynthiaii.i. iorrow. Judge of the Itour-bo.le.:imler W. Maeklin, who illiil. Circuit C.iuri lor the term heriii-uintill-w- as Iru-teesp,-,-uli g y Vliifii (tieie'ii surely some it'n kiiliii-l'i t. t u.nt fur mote ktioiih kidney tnmlile. (Jet luik your lieiltli ami keep it. Fur uuiek lehef get .iii.l pltnti ot .mil us. Tliey ;illl'. 11..11-.hldlli'! in(. 1 Iielped 1 mis your iieiyhbor 1 Inns limty I'.ii'l-? i Kciktii-ss- VIOLATORS OF PAST TO BE PENALIZED WITH THOSE OF FUTURE Assessment Of $12.80 On Each Gallon Of Intoxicants Manufactured, And, In Addition. A Penalty of $2,000 For Liquor Sold Without License-Prop- erty to Be Seized. Iml to relloiu Washington by Bert 'Hiurniaii, Collector of ltevenue for Indiana, violators of the prolilhl- i will he subjected ii. .11 law s to the niost striimcnt means ever employed to collei-- revenue taxes and penalties. Aeeordiu:: to the information, the revenue act requires tin- - aessiiient by , . , .r ; fl... I!... ..p.. .... ,11. i,ii in ...-.,f intoxicants iiiaiiufiic cull gait lured, and. in addili a penally of .VLMNHI fur the iiiaiiuf.it lure or sale of inloxn ating liquor nil limit a liceii-Tins tax anil penalty applies nut only to those who will be arrested in the future. Inn also to those arrested in the past. Hie word from Washington said. In casis where the penalty is nut paid, the Collector is authorized to Issue warrants of distraint, which place a lien against the properly of the law violators at any time such person may have property that the lev eminent could seize. These liens are never outlawed. Thiirman said. 'tin- - tax and penaLy would ho greater than any line and costs that violators of the prohibition act now pay. It was pointed out that Ibis ruling IVect tile ivould undreds of persons convicted as "bootlegger-.and operators of "blind tigers." If the tux: and tin- - penalties should be collected from all who have been convicted of violation of tin- - prohibition act It would pour millions of dollars into the Government's treasury from the larger counties of the state and large sums wherever persons- have been convicted of violating the prohibition act. Hick Maddux. Heputy Collector of Internal ltevenue at Gary and Hammond, said collection of Ihe penalty and the tux would mean ?I.M.IM fur the Government from Lake County alone. Indianapolis, ,sk An Ohio Case I tin Ceo. Muntz rilster Si ion.1. (lino. Kail a i. SH .lull nun ;i III' KIIIl-- II iia. k Inai ai n-.- a - m VjiIi- It hard lor me J to alii am lirmiK Wlien;' 1 v 8tiupeil I had s.i. il jErr,ric iut,IU Tf a5r ports received ul.irn OUT i .tiH.-l- k .III. a- Lexington pas-e- The il In the Kentucky canip,iiL-i- i Presbyterian at the half way mark 1're-l- ij terlan-- . Nin einlier Ki. .Iiulge lioliert 1a the regular Jilde, Stoiil. of Is III and unulili- - to attend. anil thev fooii rlil me or lln- times fril .it Ku II, nn'H ,i- i. in, j a .'li. 1 ' lii3?tWlV -- V i. ,l tin ! Kk'-5i-S; i VisVfF GOc i I,,,-,,- ) W wltera-orc- At Impel at I'eliti,am. Kentucky College for Women ilav- - iii s;!."i.tiM. I.elnsion"s ipiota i It was .innounriil that eery -- linliiu ?7l.l(Kl. of both institutions had Miliscrilieil to the J'resbyterian moement for ChrisHarlan The $J."..rt of tian At committee meetJmlse W I., l'.aile.v caiighl lire ami in ing it was decided to raise SI ".".(Ml ..edy of Holland The . ovri ' n mtrny cf all pains re200 ys spite of heroic ellorts In s.i, it was In I'.oyle County . toward the million-dolla- r sulting u kidney, liver and uric acid lnirneil completelv. The Jinlte ami goal. troubles. All dreggitts, three sues. his family were awaj in Knowille on eve ry hzr anil no one was in the house when name GoUZ Look for V.. S. Stuart. 01, lloikins die- and accept no itailriart- the lire starteil. Ixi-- s Is only parily died here of senility. Iir. Stuart was by insurance. a nathe of this county and had practiced at Fairvlew since young manImisi ille - ltispu-sto hood. In 1111" amiiimtins he sine about S.'O.IM) npproximalely Sl.mttMtKI will 1,. in with which the .lennie Smart Hossight as a nucleus for the endowment pital was built here as a memorial 10 fund for public Institutions when the his wife. The residue of his estate . Louis-- ille Foundation Is organlziil. now goes in that Institution. Sp 25c. Orahaeat 23 tad 50 r. Tslcu-- 25c It beiame known at a meeting of of ihe arioiu trust com -.- 1. IV Frank, llarrodsbtirg wholepanics with Major Qnln at the City sale grocer dealer of Present Strength of Army. Ianille. and The total strength if the :inn with Hall. Howard Waggoner, clerk in the Wag- In the contiuciiinl limits f the I'liltis) goner grocery establishment near ltur- the present time i 97.(.K). States at Hickman Aaron I'rovow. 11 years gin. had narrow escapes from death of whom some 72.i.Ki are army iiurss. old. fell tliiriy-livfeet from a pecan clerks, cutlets or members of "pe- tree In the yard of his parents. Mr. or serious injury, when a revolver field cartridge exploded in the lioul of , quartermasdal service, such :is the and Mrs. Thomas I'rowiw. here and was and finance died the hours later. The back of his pipe which young Waggoner ter corps, medical smoking. department. hknll was crushed. The accident occurred when the boy stepped on a Madisonv Ille Former County Judge There's a Reason. rotten limb, which broke beneath his W. W. Crick, charged in an indictment My llltle son went in :i (Kirly with weight. Willi exceeding by about $.".0,000 the Bie., legal limit In expenditure of county Whllc nt tnMe I reiumdosl him of hi Madisonxllle- - A Jury In Circuit road funds in HKM, was acquitted by manners by Faying "Xorhert. you for Court here returned a verdict In fa ou "Norbort. trot to say please' vor of the defendant In Ihe case of a jury in Circuit Court here upon peremptory instructions by Judge II. mut say thnnk yon," etc He replied. "It::!, mother. I'm noi Charles Vouiii, wealthy young fanner, K Wood of Carter County, appointed of Fast Hopkins County, against by Governor Morrow to try Tr'lutno. used to It." Chls-acthe case. whom a SI.imi damage suit had been tiled by Mrs. Hallle May Murphy, Whiiesburg Enoch Pol ley, former wife of a tenant on Young's farm, who ly of Letcher County, who was shot charged Young with assaulting her. near Cornettsvllle. Just across the lino In 1'erry County, a few days o. ami Frankfort Actin" under instruc at llrst thought to be fatally injured, tions from the War IVnarlineni. Adit. will recover, according to a late reClen. Jackson Issued orders for the port. I'olley a few months ago shot transfer of horses from the stations' killed Mundy V. Caudill and was already supplied to Hopklnsville and andgo on trial to for this killing the day Montlcello. Lack of funds, according following the attempt on his life. The to General Morris, prevented the gov which wounded him came from ernment from supplying a full quota shots the darkness. of animals to each cavalry unit In the state. Lellchfield Culling demonstrations held In Grayson County during tho Oivington (Iliu-kErnest Uradv, summer Just past hae played a big Covington; Iawrence Howard and part In ridding Hocks In this section Virgin It. Morton, alias Martin, of of the state of hens Mrs. Glenn Abbey that stopped layXewport, were named defendants In ing early In the season to loaf until PalnesviliO, Ohio "When I was an Indictment returned in the Fnlted spring. County Agent it. W. Seearee, Culte a young Etrl my mother pavo States District Court here on a charge says. A total of fifty Hocks were cullxno Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription and It was so beneficial that I of having conspired to commit an of ed, 70o of the 2o00 hens that were fense against the government by handled having been thrown out betaeverhave forgotten It and am always glad to recommend It. I had be transporting 410 gallons of whisky to cause they showed the characteristic come all run down, caused by overa point near PerryvlIIe. Iloyle County. signs of being poor layers. exertion In my playing and my mother gave mo the 'Favorite Frankfort Declaring that the busi Irfiulsville Ueslgnation of the Conand it was very quick ia restoring me to health and strength, ness of running a hotel Is industrial sumers' League ef Kentucky from the where other medicines which she in Its nature and not domestic In the Welfare league was accepted at a '.had given me had failed." Mrs. general meaning of the word, the meeting of the board of presidents of M)tcy, 201 Eagle St. Court of Appeals decided that Edith the latter organization In the assembly-rooh is your most valuable as- - A. llurres. an employe of the Hotel of the main library. The deci. not neglect it. 'Write Dr. President oI the Invalids' Henry Watterson, who was Injured sion to withdraw was brought about In an elevator, should have sought hy refusal of directors of the Board of n Buffalo. N. Y.. all about under the workmen's Trade to indorse the Consumers" You win re- - compensation i or daughter. lonfidcntlal medical advice compensation act and not by civil ac League as an approved rharlty, offin all cost Or. send 10c for tion. icers of the league declared in a letv? package o Fa vorito Prescrip- , ter presented before the Welfare Tablets. League body. iouisville John Creaily, .TO. South Eleventh street, stationary n Hazard Enoch Pol ley, 10. was shot for the Lanham Hardwood Flooring Company, Twelfth and Magnolia recently as he walked, toward bis streets, was perhaps fatally burned home near Cornettsvllle, in Perry are actually demanded year after In an explosion In the shaving room County. The woufll-bassassin fin-year uy more pcopic uianuuy other of the plant. It Is belicveu that Crearty four shots In the darkness, one of hoc in tue worm was the victim of a dun explosion, which took effect In Policy's body. He ...- hv--. Ptuvuai:;..r.v:j.':-- f lie was found lying on the floor, h! Is believed to be fatally wounded. vorcma-itbithrj mn as clothing ablaze, by fellow workmen, Policy was to go on trial in Circuit and was taken to Sts. Mary and Eliza- Court here for tho murder a few Protection Droll U in cnaracieed by beth Hospital. The man's eyesight months ago of Mundy Caudill, a tta price tumped on erory was saved by a pair of glasses he was young man. It Is said there was bitpur. of utff artory vvic wearing at the time the explosion oc- ter enmity against him growing out lure jTon tbem ronHdence of the charge of murder. 1b the sbo n4 In the procurred. It Is said. tection afforded by Ihe U'J noogla Trade Mark. Winchester J. W. Nelson, S. B. Augusta The Kentucky Federated W.LDOUGLAS Nelson and C. B. Harris ran their Women's clubs, of the ninth congresInto aJl of our 110 store at rfce factory cot. We do not mai Into the Kentucky sional district, held their annual meet- automobile full-lil- t on ceot of prcflt until the (.Oil miar.i The machine ing here, Mrs. George It. Iwgnecker, Blver at Boonoboro. ahoee are aold to yoa. It if H. worth dollar for yoa to mmd i. Ikmclmi mmme of Maysvllle, presiding. The follow- caught on the wires which guide the fhMirats u tkr rroktrifrher that vben yoa set tay tLtee at our etoree tit faMark i f sec ing state officers were in attendance: ferry at that point and prevented it Trudt tkr TOCPATlSLT OSKPnOFIT. vvrlj. Jt standi Mrs. H. (I. Iteynolds, l'adiicah; Mrs. form sinking. The Nelsons swum to IS o mattervh ere you re aoe :hehic1ut standard fQniitvmttJulr J. C Ijyne. Covington; Mrs. II. W. safety, while Harris, who was In the dealers ean rply ou with rtl potsttU cmU Tkt V.L.Doafla Fhcjri.Cot llayless, Louisville; Jlrs. Geo. lmg- - rear seat, was forced to tear the top mt4 prtc u bo more id 8an Fixnrleco plmnly itipd m necker, Maysvllle; Mrs. C 11. Semile, of the automobile away before be than they do I n New Kncloxd. Ike tur. The men COMPARE onr H n.1 $1 B K ! j rmrufl Louisville; Mrs. Stanley lteed, Mays- could liberate himself. vllle; Miss Ada May Cromwell, Jett; said they could not see the rher be$10 or 1J f h.x-- . tniwle. ry TO UCnCIIASTSt tr lJr(J-r--r nlA Miss Alice Lloyd, Maysvllle. The cause of the fog. They were en route next annual district meeting will be from Eat Bernstadt, their home, lo M ITJi. DragluMKCl. r held at Washington, Mason county. Cincinnati. yfl "I""". IVI atlApar SCrrW fUtt. when Sl.'.itli l.rltiuinir the total for .va tlie'fjtir 1.itlllle - Col-leg- e FOSTER. MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. DOAN'S troulili' C.f t Doan'i at Any Store, Doz e. N. Y. KEEPS CHILDREN WELL AND STRONG and delicate. n Glide's creates a bountiful supply of pure, red blood, restores Ixxlily strength, brings back color to the cheeks and builds firm, Pepto-Mangad fr al lr impoverished blood THIN, ile. children frail, backward When a mi. iber of an Egyptian household passtv away, every mirror In the house la taken out and smnshed together with the choicest of chinaware to be found In the home. It Is always the women who do the break ing, while the men sit quietly In a room on the lower floor of the house and smoke. Professional walling women go to the home which has suffered a loss as soon as the news reaches them. They are not Invited, but go of their own accord, taking with them drums, upon which they beut a loud tattoo. When the family, the professional mourners and the friends are all assembled at the bouse of mourning. the preparing of the house in honor of the dead begins. All of the pictures are turned face to the wall, the furniture Is carried Into the yard, the mirrors are taken out and smashed against a stone, and the choice china suffers the same fate. While the women wall and break the mirrors nnd china they beat their faces until tlrey are black and blue, nnd tear their hair until they are completely exhausted. During nil of this time the men hnve been silent, not even shedding WRrGLEYS l ilP LONG-LASTIN- G! P appetite aad dlgesttoa, helps to keep teeth cleaa aad breath sweet. It's BENEFICIAL! Aids It's Fall of flavor that won't chew oat. It's ECONOMICAL! treat for the whole family. cent package provides a A live tear. FAMOUS AS ANIMAL'S FRIEND Let Cuticisra Be Your Beauty Doctor a s flesh. For over 30 years Cude's has been recommended by leading physicians as a tonic and blood enricher. Your druggist has it liquid or tablets, as you prefer. Pcpto-Mang- an Irishman Father of Law Which Aimed to Put a Stop to Their III Treatment. 1 Pepto-anga- n e Tonic and Blood Enricher I "RAT'S" DIE" I CTC-ADRI- 10,000 MOTOR DEATHS II. 1921 lao killi mice, rorkniarhm, vra.4er buco anil ants. It forci-- a thrna In ,un from bulKllne for water ami frinh air. A J5 boi cnntalm enough ti IcllI SO to 100 rata or mlr It frum your lruc or eeneral etoro dal?r today. READY FOR USE-DETTHAN TRAPS It ELECTRIC PASTE Heavy Toll of Humpn Life Caused By Automobile Accidents In The United States 10,1(S Washington. There were deaths from accidents caused by auto- i;t Bilious Attacks i4re Usually Due to Constipation ) When you are constipated, not enough of Nature's lubricating liquid is produced in the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving. Doctors prescribe Nujol because it acta like this natural lubricant and thus replaces it. in u j o i ig lubricant not a medicine or so laxativo cannot gripe. Try it today. a during 1921 mobiles and motorcycle the dentil reglsrlatlon area of the Fnited Slates comprising 'M states and containing S2 per cent of the country's population, the Census Bureau announced. That was an Increase of LtHVi over 1020. The death rate per 100,000 iMipulatlon was U.."i compared with 10.4 in 1920. California IpiI all states in the death rate, while among the cities of 100,000 or more popula tion, Los Angeles led. There was a 2S per cent Increase In the automobile death rate from 1917 lo 1921, wlille the actual number of deaths In 27 states for which data Is available Increased 41.2 per cent. Deaths In the registration area by years were: i!)17. 0.72!: 19IS, 7,."2ri; 1919, 7,'.ISC; 1920, 9,10.'! and 1921, 10,103. In Richard Martin Introduced Into the British parliament In 1S22 an act providing punishment for the "111 treatment of cattle," and by the. force of his personality forced its passage as a law. "Humanity" Martin, so named by King George IV because of his Intro duction and support of the law, wns an Irish nobleman with Immense estates In Galway. Less than a year after Martin' death at Boulogne, France, In 1834, his original act was amended, and bull and bear baiting and cock fighting were prohibited throughout the British Isles. Two years after the passage of the act Martin organized the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Queen Victoria later giving her approval to the addition of the word "Royal" to the title. From this so clety originated the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani mals. Hook and Eye Becomes Popular. In the Sixteenth century the mnnu facture of silk, which had formerly been Imported from the East, was taken up In Italy, and the vogue of DOXT VET THAT COUGn COSTUrUBt Spohn's Distemper Compound will knock It "n Terr short time. At the tlrst aim of a couch or cold In your hi ra. kIto a. few ami of "3POHN3." tt will act on the it1 a id, "llmlnatis the dlaeaa ajerm end prer further destructh of body by disease. "S PO HN8 has - o thai standard rem r for DISTEMPER. INFLUENZA. PINS. ETK. CATARRHAL S 'VEIl, COL'UHS and COLDS for OT a rs of a century, 'is. ! la wo sizes at all drug-- store. srOHN 31FJJH AL CvlMrAN-GOSHEN lNHLUflV i Participation Sought A UJBRICANT-NO- T A LAXATIVE -- WL.DOUGLAS 567&8 SHOES Itjt'i r-.- .l lire-ma- imam GREEN MOUNTAIN e r ASTHMA t druggists. Tr COMPOUND quickly relieres the dtntrtaa Ins; paroxyams. Used for t5 yraxa and result of long experience In treatment of throat and lunp diseases by Dr. J. II. Guild. FREE TRIAL BOX. Treatise oa Asthma, Its causes, treatment, etc., sent upon remiest. SSc. and SI. On CO., RUPERT. VT J. II. GUILD row fta-S- O PILES Timely Aid. An old negro woman came Into n Hollywood real estate office the other day nnd was recognized as the tenant of a small house the value of which had become much enhanced by reason of a new studio building In thnt neighborhood. "Look here, auntie-- we nre going to raise your rent this month," the agent remarked briskly. "Deed, nn' Alise glad to hear dat, sab," the old woman replied, ducking her head politely. "Mighty glad, fo' sho. cuse Ah des come In hyah terdny ter tell yo' nil dat Ah couldn't raise bit rtla month." Saturday Kveiilng Post. DYED HER DRAPERIES, Geneva Informal negotiations have been going on for a time between the League ot Nations and the State De partment In Washington looking to American participation ;n uie election of Judges to the Permanent Court of International Justice. It was said at the league headquarters here. The statement followed receipt of Washington advices stating that Elk Teeth as Ornaments. were In progress looking Indian braves decorated themselves repreward American Government sentation In the noun, which was with necklaces made of claws taken formed under the treaty of Versailles. from the most ferocious animal in America, the grizzly bear. Only the squaws wore elk teeth as decorations, Boy Risks Life For Dog and they used only those from the Clill'slde, X. J. His arms wound animals killed for food and clothing. about a whining mongrel pup with a Now the white men are following the John Han- fashion of the squaws, but are paybroken leg, sen was found, weak from exposure, ing a price that tempts the lowest dug grave In Cliffslde characters to slaughter and waste the In a newly Cemetery. A caretaker, on a visit of elk for these really worthless trinkets. A fuller understanding of the history Inspection, found the child and do: and significance of the custom of While the pet, with bandaged leg, lickwearing elk teeth should hnve an Ined Ids bands, the boy told his mother In that while frolicking the dog fell Into fluenceand depreciating the market for them thus removing the Incenthe grave, hurting its leg, and that tive for this wanton he jumped In to get It. I'nable to onr noblest and most destruction of valuable game climb out. he cried and called for animal. Exchange. help, and finally fell asleep. even-year-o- this lighter material created a de mand for smaller and lighter dress fasteners. The hook and eye became more popular. Their manufacture was also made easier now by the application of water power to wire drawing, and from that time nntll the present day they have been continually In use. The first modern Improvement on nil these fasteners of old were the attempts at spring fasteners made for gloves when they sucthe ceeded the gaunttet. About 1890 a sewed-ofastener with a spring was successfully tried out on all sorts of clothes, and the making of these little snaps has now become a world Industry. They have their place In the museum at Prague, but what a long road leads back through time from the snap fastener to the bone pin of the caverns In the PyrenneesI close-fitting n Cause for Apprehension. "Tou must have been right smartly agitated tuther night when the White Caps came and drug your brother-in-laout to whip hlmJ" inquiringly said a neighbor. "You bet your life I was!" replied Gap Johnson of Rumpus Bidge. "I 'lowed for n spell it wns somebody trying to steal my dogs." Kansas City Star. Constipation generally Indicates disordered stomach, liver anil bowels. Wiisht'a Indian Vesretahlcs Pills restore, reeularltv wltrinut crlplng. Advertisement. . f The Meanest Man. Is said Mass. He sold For fcold. C'atip and rams. f of a cow, and his Use v.- ' m; It relieve1 at then refused to divide the milk, main Ask your taining that he sold only the front half. once. Att. I Imitations. The buyer was also requested to feed drugglsL K. W. Vacher, Int. New the cow and carry water to her three Orleans. La. Advertisement. times a day. Recently, the cow Shot! hooked the old man. nnd now he is Maurice, nine years old. received suing his for damages. the anti toxin treatment when a diphtheria epidemic seemed Imminent In ImDortant to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle Of the town where he lived Just at the CASTORIA. that famous old remedy, beginning of the school term. A few days after the little fellow', for Infants and children, and see that it visit to the doctor n frlcniL grownBears the -up, met Maurice on the street and he Signature of wns stiffly stalking nlong leaning heavIn Use for Over 30 Years. ily no a slender pole In his hands. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Thinking he wns acting, as children are wont she gayly Inquired: "Why. Maurice, what is the matter Let This Mind Be in You. Let this mind be In you. which was with you?" Maurice stopped and eyed her for a also In Christ Jesus. Let nothing be surprise. Interrogation done through strife or vainglory; but few In lowliness of mind let each esteem and disgust mingled in his look, and other better than themselves. Phllip- - then : "Why. I got shot!" he exclaimed. plans 2:5, 3. Indianapolis They that know no evil will suspect The man who wants nothing gets It none. The meanest man on record one-hal- Anyway, It Pays. About ten days ago Cautle lost a $10 MIL He advertised his loss and tw, si s later a man called and del Im the bill. Cautle gave li rt , , ; tv" ard and thought no more thi aboer tii except to reflect that mankir-- was more honest than mot peoplv w e willing to admit. A few days iu.tr ,,e changed suits and in the hip pocket of the other suit found !. i' '1 that he had supposed lov ! if It seeL s lit'' to draw a moral .i from thi 'mt it undoubtedly must be oil n juvor of the great American jrt of advertising. 'nlint. i l to live in Shrewsbury, - son-in-la- JZtx4yT&Z&ttl ff to-d- Greetings Sent By Radio A Forgiveness. 11 , r hoe. ArtlM.J(aw deaf and dumb person being ex asked, "What Is forgiveness?" took a Ind. Itadiogram Indianapolis, pressions of good will and devotion to pencil and wrote a reply, containing a common cause were exchanged be both poetry and deep truth embodied tween Alvin Owsley. National Com in these few words: "It Is the odor mander of the American Legion, at which flowers yield when trampled headquarters here, and Charles Ber- - upon." Toronto Globe. President of the Interallied tranil. Veterans' Association, in Removlna Stains. aboard the steamship George WashingAcid stains on cloth can be success mid-ocea- 10c Gives Old Capes Glow of New Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes ar tints as ytw irich Paris Elijah Barton, 5C, Millers- burg, this county, stepped from his own car and was struck by a machine driven by Dr. A. 11. Hummer. Itarton received Injuries from which he died at the Massie Memorial Hospital. n Coon Grigsby, who shot and killed West Godsby the first of last May, making his escape, was arrested recently after a pistol battle in which be was seriously wounded by Deputy Sheriff James Hudson. A reward of $200 for Grlgsby's arrest was offered by Governor Morrow. Jackson-Joh- HP Fudge! 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There was no Indication in the order of when the erection of a new building would be started, but there Is a rumor that work will ceirmenco In the spring. Whltesburg An Interesting wedding took place below here In Perry County, when J. M. Taylor, 00, formerly ol Blackey, this county, was married to Mrs. Mahala Deaton, fill, making the seventh marriage of the groom, the third marriage of the bride. Bowling Graen Mrs. little Jenkins Bay, Hi, commftted suicide nt the home of her mother, Jlrs Ixidwlck Jenkins, near ltrlstow, this county, by cutting her throat with a carving knife. She died Instantly. She had recently taken treatment at Uopkinsvllle Asylum. It is thoroughly reliohlc " MADE 0NLV BY Walter Baker &G. Ltd. Eubiuiti ma DORCHESTER. MASS. jMicf Omict Ktcifxi w Jrm monies of Newbottle between J210 nnd LM9 A. D.. and Henry HI, Is recorded as having given a license Just when coal was first used in to dig for coal in 1234. Great Britain does not seem to be very Salvage Ship Sets Record. clear. It was, however, used by early A new salvage ship recently comBritons and was to some extent an article of household consumption dur pleted In England, said to be the larging the Anglo-Saxoperiod as early est and finest vessel of Its kind aftont. ai 825 A. D. There seems to be good Is equipped with portable pumps which reason to believe that Britain was the can deal with 4.000 tons of water 'r, h- first European country In which coal hour. That Is to say, a 12,000 t( t h'p wat used to any extent-- A coal pit could be emptied of water In ice t Preston, Haddington, was granted three hours. Coal in Great Britain to the The meek may Inherit the enrth, hut that Is the only way they will ever get nny of it. l'oets remedy. are born nnd there's no n look to Your Eyes Beautiful Eyes, like t'lne Teeth, are the result of Cootnnt Care. The dally use of Mbri.w makes Erea dear and Radlanr. EnioTible. Harmless. Sold tni lUcommended by All Druggists. 'hn fully removed by first applying lemon Juice to soften them and afterward To Surprise William soaking the discolored parts with Despite former Emperor chloroform. Potsdam no expressed William's wlh that presents be ent on the occasion of CINCINNATI MARKETS . his marriage to Princess llermlne of Iteiis. a big surprise gift Is being prepared In former court circles here Hay and Grain Each day brings an appetizing grist of N'o. .1 Corn No. 2 whlt 7i;UiiiT7s-regarding event at Doorn and 70Q7i!,,sc; No. .'5 details 7(;7i;tc; y,,,. are devoured eagerly by th those Willie s.ic; No. I yellow 74'.4fi Monarchist colony In Potsdam. Frail s.ic: No. s4iiSt J mixed s.iffi .i'.e-Icin Goernltz, who preided over the Wbl'iit No. 2 red .Sl.'Jilfi UtO: No. :i imperial kitchen here for decades, has ?1.71M.L'S; Nu. 4 ? 1.2:1 i 1."i. been engaged to prepare the wedding Oats No " while 47iif?4SUe- v.. :t breakfast at Doorn 4(1 47e; No. '' mixed 4litf47c; No. 3 London Is Roused mixed 44J4.V. Butter, Eggs and Poultry London The reported legibility Butter Dairy fancv :;0c: n.ick!ni- may be sent Shatighnessythat lriiid representative from slock No. 1, 27c; packing stock. No. as diplomatic ISc. Canada to Washington Is creating in- 2. Eggs Extra firsts ."0c; lirsts 4Se: terest here. It is understood that for ordinary lirsts 41s-- . eign ollice would not object, as Can' lbs Live Poultry Broiler ada long has been free to use her disfowl I Mis and over 10c: under I lbs cretion in lid matter. In other quarters it Is regal ded as probable that 22c: roosters Canada will lake yd Inn soon, Jemllng Live Stock someone in ihe carrying out of the Cattle Steers good to choice S7.J0 policy of t litLiberal party now in H.oo; fair to good t07..i0: com- pow er. inon to lair S.'!.,i05i 0.OO: cows "ood in choice .".oofl.VrO: canners .SL.'sl? Cheats Law With Voison .'J.i; toi-steiTs S4..iOff7: stock heif After keeping ers ?.t.."K)S --"0. San Francisco. hisfcUveee liuih Sellars. bound and Calves Good to choice .f II i.rfi It; ga zgiil In lier room while he main- fair to good $7.."iOjrlo."'0: common and tained a guard oter her, according to large $4Q7.0O. polbe. Churle Itobalre. a Corporal in Sheep Good to choice ?oS(j.ri0: fair thI.'nlied States army, swallowed to good $2 5.00; common $1.0061.50; anison when police broke Into the lamb good to choice $i:i13.oil; Talr The girl tied to good $10 1.'!. Itobalre died. loimi. from her room while Kobalre'was abHogs Heavy fS.oO; choice packers She called and sent for a few minutes. butchers medium $S...0; jrilice from a friend's room. Ie. light shippers pigs (110 pounds seethes who broke into the barricaded and less) $7Q'8.CO. .room, found that Itobalre had taken poison and he died soon after. ? -l.'H-ic- . --$S-o- ton. Got. Henry J. Allen of Kansas. I contend that it is the duty of the gorernnient to provide justice to men who labor at a smaller cost to them and to their industries than is now paid to tarry on an ineffectual war which punishes the public and does not help the laborers. Grace Abbott, chief of the Children's Bureau of the TJ. S. of Labor. I regard national prohibition as necessary for the of the health and welfare of children. Ernest Fenwick Hall, Naturalized American, of any man is to become an American citizen. -- The highest Margot Asquith, English Lecturer. The ingrained idea that because there is no king and they despise titles the Americans are a free people is pathetically untrue; nnd you have only to watch the working of the prohibition act to see the dangers of repressive legislation. There is a perpetual interference with personal liberty over in America that would not be tolerated in Eugland for a week. Signor Guglichni Marconi. I have long realized that in America, more than anywhere else, the most cordial and generous encouragement is given any honest endeavor to apply science to useful and practical purposes. Clarence IT. Jinckay. There is as much chance of our junking the cables as there is of our laying cables to Mars. The wireless has a field of its own. The cables will still remain on the job. tTudgc John J. Sullivan, to New Chicago Policemen. It is your duty to arrest persons committing crime, but a higher duty than that is to prevent crime. And it is a harder job, too. Bev. 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V DOITBLEDAY, PAOE COMPANY Bakers Bake It For You no need to bake at home HERE'S is your full-fruite- old-tim- e d ra-- t b'ead with at least eieht raisins to the slice a! rajjr baked or you by master haters in your city. Simply phone your grocer or a ne.'wrhood bate shop and have a fresh loaf for lunch 01 ilmner to delight your folks. We've an anged with bakers in almost every town and city to bake ihis d raisin bread. Made with big, plump, tender seeded resins. The raisin flavor permeates the full-fruite- : bread. You've never tasted finer food. Order a loaf now and count the raisins. Raisin bread is a izre combination of nutritious cereal and fruit both pood and Rood for you. Serve at least twice weelly to get the benefits. Use d for home cooling of puddings, cales, coolies, Sun-Mai- etc may be offered other brands that you know less well than but the lind you want is the kind you know is good; Insist, therefore, on d brand. They cost no more than ordinary raisins. Mail coupon for free book of d tested Recipes." You s, Sun-Mai"Sun-Mai- SUN-MAI- D The Supreme Bread Raisin Your retaucr should nrll vmt Nun. Maid Raisins for rot more than th following prices: S 5 RAISINS !.) S4.I acdSradlree sac bbVbVsbf dri (in tSei.Uti fir.) 20c J'(H (inJet. t(Jfl;.- )- 18e ISc CUT THIS Sun-Mai- d Dept. Fresno, California Please send me copy cf your free book, "Recipes with Raisins." AND SEND IT Rutin Growers, I Blut Package Vast stretches of undeveloped fertile agricultural land of the highest productiveness await the settler In Western Canada. The land possesses the same character o! soil as that which has produced the high quality of crjeals that have earned on the world's premier honors to many times In the past ten years. V.- - Native Grasses are lUck aa Atranoant limited capital on Cattle fatten upon them without any erain being: fed. d lands is not a success, neither can tne tenant burdened with ruga rents hope to succeed. where land is chtap where a borne ma be made at low cost, ana wnere aairyixg, muta Jarming ms tlocx-rattigive an cuurtd profit. Land may be r had from the R "V z " monies land- -' . or from revs-.- t ,nrate I tm hrn.ioucl ; ire to !&1 rip.' B.!i.',ittirn nif " --ibk. 1 "1 f Ann oppcrtan' CotcbwMv. .kb4,raaacd Albert. railway .writ llie "t; W. S. NETHERY 82 Cast Rich Strset Colunbua. Ohis AutSMrhrsa ACtfrt, Dtl ststw mm Caleali . of tminl-- Dml Marcel Wave Is Fifty Years Old. Marcel, the hairdresser, who created the "wave" Iuioun by Ills name tt ever?- - woman. Is suing to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of his intention Just :is there are nnnlrersnries of poets scientist nnd statesmen. Marcel started IIf- - as a rather different sort of artist. Ills father wa. a stonecutter nnd tried to get bis son to follow In the parental footsteps hut young Marcel dreamed of dressing A Lady of Distinction nurt Indies hair. Is recognized by the delicate fascinatMnreel made his million, and then ing Influence of the perfume she uses. suddenly cIomhI shop 25 years ago A hath with Cuttcura Soap and hot He started to Italy, but stopped outrater to thoroughly cleanse the pores side of Paris nnd bought a chateau followed by a dusting with Cuttcura where he Is still livinc. Talcum powder usually means a clear, sweet, healthy skin. Advertisement. Sore Eyes, t Ejtm, Watery Eyes, Sticky Eyes, all hralrd promptly lth nightly applications at Unman Eye Dalnara. Adv. Law and Medicine. "I should think you would have been Symbolical. tempted to take the law In jour own Krlbs Gray neer did have anj? hands with that bootlegger." "What he handed us made us ton sense. sick to worry over any kind of law." Kross What has he done now? replied Cactus Joe "All wc could Krlss He sold his Liberty bonds In think alrout wns medicine." order to get married. mood-Sho- Suspect Made to Grow Beard. In order that officials of the hank at Nelagony, Okla, which was robbed orne months ago might have a chance to Identify the rohher. Andrew Jennings, held as a fmspect. wns or- aereu to grot.- - a neartl. Jennings wns dean shaven when taken Into custody. The man who robbed the bank wns described as bearded. Detective Story Magazine. Wasted. "Naw, I don't like euchre." "Why not?" "Can't bear to see good toker hands going to waste.' Hope without action Is a barren Man probably likes to go fishing beIlls wife doesn't care to go nlong. cause. The enslcxt way to be reconciled to age Is to observp a few young simpletons trying to net smart. Fooled Don't BeHigh Quality Low Price and Don't Go Together, Stick to CALUMET Th. Economy BAKING POWDER y, Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it will only mean disappointments and failwhich are expensive. ures on bake-da- Cilwitt Is a High Grade Baking 1 - r, Moderate in Price 4 : When you use it you never spoil any of the expensive ingredients used suchasflour, sugar, eggs and milk. V "You lent me those things ti. wear last msi ' " 'act. .lose night, and you tU.' own i. ny stock In "No. no." Intervened Fell pany at the time land save Oil Ml OO them to j on. my dear l I wc them by him, and of SYNDESIS -- DuriiiB Higae them to you Inn jears il., . .it all in t lie real es tlx Ni-Orlcanx rainU.it 8.i!oii UitMiuh someJai htu I VII. kept l liom until now! You ha rn corn that bought oiir St. what !iiiu-rlUrtlizcu. anil I'r beswamp lands anil nude a fortune off them: tboj are yours, nnd y Ansley. art- - tliat ussiiik a of come tin-ibelter limn een did poor tlieni. We hae really hhnncil him niblx-ricby an imliw.lu.il kinn Quccji IIorleiiM! as flit MMntKlit Masiiut-r- . uho. So say no more." most unjustly. 1 do not believe that atllrnl ao nn aviator. Iiiih Lucie leaned forward and Imprinted be lias profited in the least froir in. lime lelll th pullco. Jnsiili a kiss upon the cheek of the little Ills investments In the companic i I wealthy hanker, is Rliint: a gray man. "There! that Is all the cerned were made afterward, hall tli.it tiiKlit. at ulilch the to upie.ir ami ' io- thanks can give you. dear uncle; the am certain lu- sold the lam roh the anil Ansley. glfl makes mo ery happy, and I'll coin ly " on their way t the affair, meet a not pretend otherwise. Only, I feel as Lucie drew a deep breath. Ctrl ilre.xse.l ax t'olumhlue. though I had no right to wear them known to Fell, hut nuttkeil. ulio "I am glad you have said this. StlA tlium to the Kill they're so wonderful!" teturned simply. "It's been hard for rerenlly the ward I.urle I tut nil this Isn't why me to think that Facie Joseph had of her uncle. Joseph Malllard, Is you Mimiiioiied me here, you bundle taken advantage of me; I think thnt At the hall. Hoi) the Columbine. of mystery! What bothered you last he honestly likes me. as far as h Malllnrd. Hon of the hanker, acaln proposes to her and Is refused. He night, or. rather, who?" permits himself to like anyone." offers to buy some of her property Lucie hiugheil. "There was :i Fran"He'd not loan you money on It," A Franciscan monk Interests her. ciscan who tried to be ory mysterisaid Fell. "Friendship isn't a tangible lie turns out to he l'rlnce Oramont. ous, and to read my mind. He talked security Willi him." In his library Joseph MaUlanl and a croup of his friends are held up about oil, about a grasping, bard man. "Well, who reall.' did profit by my and rohhed by the Midnight and mentioned you as my friend. loss? Anyone?" I.urle l.edanols. the last of Then he warned me against a proan old family. Is In straitened cirFell's pale gray eyes twinkled, then posal that Hob might iniike; and sure cleared in their usually wide innocumstances. Joseph MaHlard's handling of her funds has been unforenough. Bob did propose to buy what cence. tunate. Fell Is nn old friend of her land is left to nie on Bayou Terre"My dear Lucie, is there one person parents and deeply interested In bonne, saying he'd persuade Ids oil in this world to whose faults Joseph the Ctrl Henry (tramont. really the Trlnce de Cramont, Is enamored company that there was oil on it. and MaUlanl Is deliberately blind ono of l.ucle. that they'd buy or lease It. I told him no. person to whom lie would refuse nothThe Franciscan, afterward, proved to ing, in whom he would pardon everyhe Henry Cramont; I wondered If you thing, of whom he would never believe CHAPTER IV Continued. had mentioned " any otll report?" 5 "Heaven forbid!" exclaimed Mr. "You mean " Lucie drew n quick "Von saw liltn:" repented the plrl, Fell, piously. "I never even met breath "Bob?" quickly. "What was lie like? Do you until last night! Do you like "Yes. I mean Bob. That he has know who lie Is?" him?" profited by your loss I am not yet In ,"Certainly I know- replied Fell, "Very much." The girl's eyes met n position to say; but I suspect It. still smiling at lier. bis frankly. "Do you?" When I have finished with the "Oh! Tlien wlio is lie?" "Very much." said Jachln Fell. Masquer, I shall take up his trail." "Softly, softly, young lady! I know Lucie's gray eyes narrowed, searched Jachln Fell rose. "Now I must be him, but even to you I dare not his face. "I'm almost able to tell lirentlie Ills name until I olitaln some when you're lying," she observed off. my dear. "Will you dine witli us tomorrow evening, Lucie? My mother direct evidence. Let us call lilru Mr. commanded me to bring you ns soon after the npproved methods of ns possible " and I shall expound what I 'Oil. your mother!" exclaimed the know. girl, contritely. "I was so absorbed "The bandit did not enter the liou.te In the Masquer that I forgot to ask during the evening, nor did he leave, after her. How is she?" nor wns he found In the house after"Quite as usual, thank you." ward," he went on. tonelessly. "So, "I'll come tomorrow night gladly. Incredible as It may appear, he was Uncle Jachln." one of the guests. This Mr. X. came "And we'll take a look at the Pro-teto the dance wearing the aviator's cosball afterward. If you like. I'll tume, or most of It, underneath his send Ben (.'bacherre for you with the mnsquerade costume. When he was car. If you're not afraid of him." ready to act, ho doffed his outer cos"I'm not exactly afraid of him," tume, appeared ns the Midnight Lucie responded, soberly, "but there Masquer, effected his purpose, then Is something about him that I can't calmly donned his outer costume like. I'm sorry that you're trying to again nnd resumed his place among regenerate him. In a way." the guests. You understand? Fell shrugged lightly. "All life Is "Well, then! Malllnrd yesterday rean effort, little one! Well, goodby." y ceived n note from the Masquer, Jachin Fell left the house at three-fortstating that he Intended to call Twenty minutes later the hell during the evening. I have Hint note. rang again. Lucie sent one of the It was written with nn extremely servnnts to admit Henry Gramont; hnnl pencil, such ns few men carry, she kept him waiting n full fifteen because It does not easily make very minutes before rbe nppeared. and then legible writing. Last night I asked she made no npologies whatever for Mr. X. for a pencil, nnd lie produced the delay. one with nn extra bard lead menNot that Gramont minded waiting; tioning that he had borrowed It from he deemed It n privilege to linger In Bob Mnllhird, ns Indeed he had." this house! He loveii to study the "What I Surely you don't mean " place, so reflective of Its owner. He "Of course I don't. Mr. X. Is very Taste, Mademoiselle, to cleer. that's all. Here Is what took "Poor Weary of Such Beauty!" Grow loved the white Colonial mantel that e, perpetually surrounded the fir place last night. Mr. X. brought us sheen of old another note from the Masquer, say- calmly. "You said that a trifle too alight, with its glei brasses, and the gl.ttering tire-se- t to ing that lie had found It pinned to the hastily. Uncle Jachln. W you one side. The very j don't air of the place, s a matter of fucL like him?" library door. the ntmosphcre that it breathed, was he had written It on n leaf torn from Fell laughed, amused. I sweet to bin. i. his notebook. I took the note from nave a prejudice sgal toT" at niIet th" ' him. observing at the time that the nobles. Lucie. Our own ar.w.,, L' .jrr paper had no pin holes. Probably Is bad enough, but- -" wn1'1 Inlaid pUIow and soft .V. coverings; walnut cabinet Mr. X. saw that there was something Me "He's discarded nil the made by Sheraton, with its qunlntly nmlss; he presently went back down- never French except In r:u:.i v 4 curved glasses that reflected the old. stairs, took the remainder of the torn "You speak ns thoug .,.:.' ' "j time curios within: the tilt tables, the leaf from his notebook, nnd pinned It liim for some .Ime. ) ) rosewood chnirs, the rugs, bought be- to the door. A little later I met him secrets from me?" rug market was nnd mentioned the lack of pin holes; "I have!" laughter dimpled In th 'or ' Mie oriental Senna he calmly referred me to the piece on girl's face. "For years and years' Hmdttf with machine-madiibout everything here had an the door, saying that he had merely When I was In New York with father, t;r.-torn off the note without removing before the war, we met hlra; he wns a.r it r.inifort, of long use. of restful-nesIt was not the sort of place the pins. You follow me?" visiting In Newport with college "Of course." murmured the girl, her friends. Then, you know that father built up, raw Item by raw Item, by hands of decorators. eyes wide In fascinated Interest. "And and I were In France when the wnr the be knew that you guessed him to be broke out father was 111 and almost It was the sort of place that decora, desperately to Imitate, and the Masquer?" helpless at the time, you remember. tors strive "He suspected me, I think," said Gramont came to Paris to serve with cannot. When she mnde her appearance, Fell, mildly. "It !s understood thnt his regiment, and met us there. He you will not go about tracing these helped us get away, procured real Gramont bent over her hand and admoney for us, got us passage to New dressed her In French. little clues?" "You a.e charming as ever, Shining "Don't be silly. Uncle .Tachln!" she York. He knows lots of our friends, One! And In years :o come you will broke lu. "You know I'll do nothing nnd I've always been deeply grateful be still more charming. That Is the of the sort. Oo on, please! Did you to him for his assistance then. of having n name taken direct find the airplane?" "We've corresponded quite frequent- beauty "Yes." Jachln Fell smiled dryly. "I ly during the war," she pursued. "I from the classics "and bestowed ns a was thinking of that as I left the mentioned him several times after we good fnlry's gift "Thnnk you, monsieur but yon house and came to the line of waiting got home from France, but you probautomobiles. A word with one of the ably failed to notice the name. It's have translated my name at least twenty am outside detectives showed me thnt one only since he camp to New Orleans ing It," times, and ILucie,weary of hearresponded laughingly. of the cars In the street had been test- that I really kept nny secrets from "Poor taste, mademoiselle, to grow ing Its engine about midnight. I found you: this time I wnnted to find out weary of such beauty !" If you liked hlra." thnt the enr belonged to Mr. X. your exename, "Not of "How simple, Lucie, and how very Jachln nodded slowly. His face wns gesis upon the Why but of I not be should It. clever! The chnuffeur worked a pow- quite Innocent of expression. displeased? Last night you were poserful motor with r muffler cutout at "Yes, yes," he said. "Yes of course decry my nnd now about the time Mr. X., Inside the He's a geologist or engineer, I think?" itivelyI rude, you leave you your man Did nil taste house, was making his appearance. It "Both, nnd a good one. Well, nbout scarcely sounded like nn nlrplnne mo- last night he probably guessed nt ners In France, M. Ie prince?" tor, yet frightened nnd startled, people some of my private affairs; I've writwould lmnglne that It did. Tims arose ten or spoken rnther frankly, perhaps. "You ask anybody on the Inthe legend that the Midnight Masquer Also, Bob may have blabbed to him. side If they ever heard of came nnd depnrted by means of air- Bob still drinks prohibition has not Memphis lizy Gumberts!" plane n theory aided Ingeniously by hit him very hard!" his costume. .Well, thnt Is all I know "No." agreed Fell, gravely. "Unforor suspect, my dear Lucie I And tunately, no. Lucie, I've discovered a (TO BE CONTINUED.) now " "Now, I suppose." said the girl, thoughtfully, "you'll put that awful Creole of yours on the track of Mr. X.? Bert Chacherrc Is a good chujffeur, nnd he's nmuslng enough but he's h bloodhound I I don't wonder thrt he Reason That Is Advanced for the Ap- tlnd elsewhere, nnd it Is possible, and parent Impossibility of Imitating used to be crlmlni.1. Even If you have even likely, that these make the subtle the Genuine Camembert. rescued him from n life of crime, you difference In the milk that shows In haven't Improved his looks." the dices: which distinguishes the genA man Interested In agricultural uine from the artificial product "Exactly Ben Is at work," asserted Jachln Fell. "The gentleman under products wanted to make cheese of And yet, the special grasses were suspicion Is very prominent. To ac- the type of Camembert, but while he only incidental; they were not the same ferment, employed the cuse him without proof would be hod the and used what seemed main grasses of the pasture, which utter folly. To catch him In flagrante same methods were the same as those found elsedelicto will be difficult. So I am In to be the same kind of milk, neither he Ellwood Hendrlck In Harper's no haste. Besides, I can ns yet dis- nor anyone else In this country ob- where. Magazine. cover no motive for his crimes, since tained the same result On visiting France h r usi d that the he Is quite well off financially. Well, Daily ThouohL tion were no matter! Now that I have fully makers of the cheese Virtue Is bold and goodness revet iillk, obunbosomed myself, my dear, It Is your very particular about i of a fearful. Shakespeare. taining It from the dull.. turn." district only. In the lields of these "All right. Uncle Jachln." Lucie A burled forest hna been discovered took a large morocco case from the fanners there grew, he found, u sprinknear Pctersborough. England. rhalr beside her. and extended IL ling of certain grasses that lie 'U ! FELL AND LUCIE 1" -. great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer 4 Co., Binghamton. N. Y., for a sample liottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. Frog Carries Young In Pouch. Lions s.tinhollze Africa; tigers, Asia; and the kangaroos. Australia, but South America's most characteristic creature Is the frog, says A. Klngsley Noble in the Mentor Magazine. There are no Important mammals In South America, but there are more kinds of frogs there than anywhere else In the world. Of these there Is no more Interesting one than the marsupial frog, which carries Its young In a pouch on lis buck. Noble spent many days with a Harvard museum ot comparative zoology expedition studying South American frogs. 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JJOIHT s, SpralBs, Bruises, sole Baachet: Heals I BaetcFtU ErB, Qmlttor, irurala and lalecteai I area ajaJckly a It la a poaitiva antiaepue ana germicide. Pleaaant to uw does not blister or remove the hair, and yoa can work tho horae. rtdace Infilled. F.T0C3G. be, S30pubottlcdeUered. Book 7 A free. 310 Trajla St, SpriarfeM. Mi f The critical time of a woman's Ufa usually comes between the years of 45 and 50, and is often beset with annoying symptoms such as nervousness, irritability, melancholia." Heat flashes or waves of heat appear to Eass over the body, cause the face to red and often bring on headache, dizziness and a sense of suffocation. photographs ofyour family make ideal Christmas Gifts MBAnaaT ITUOMS Sachrarh Cincinnati CW.Ii - and an reasonably prictd HI DixMArcad.. la aaogeartarj for yon cm hve Euclid. bra-renl- y. Another annoying symptom which comes at this time is an inability to recall names, dates or other small facts. 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"A lending London corsetlere who supplies most society men. puts down a good customer's bill nt $750 per annum. Lot no one imagine that It Is only fops who wear tbcin. The majority of wearers are military men. who. I learn, require u crvater amount uf padding tiian civilians. Others lire ordinary men. given t" manly sports, and by no means effeminate. "A man's figure lias to be gradually coaxed into shape, and it Is put first of all Into a soft silk with scarce'y any bones, until be attains by degrees to the full glory of the perfect figure. "This process usually tnkes three months, and live special makes of corsets are employed In the development, or pmiiaps it would be more accurate to say the 'repression. of the figure." corset-wcurfng d which he submitted his signaling appliances was made early In September, 1ST- -, at the town of Klnzua, on the old Philadelphia & Krle railway in northern Pennystltanla. ecrt Salvage. Cynical Rhadamanthus. Geneva, age three, had recelred a Pulled In for speeding the young In That Sense. gift of chewing gum and was Indusconple stood before the rural magistriously chewing It as she lay playing "Do you believe In trate. Suddcnly with her baby brother. "I generally follow any suggestion "Ten dollars for reckless driving," (lenevn raised up and looked nt her made by the motor cop. If that's what said the latter. mother, who sat beside them. In con- you mean." Boston Kvenlng Tran"I5ut listen. Judge." pleaded the young man, "we were on our ay to script. sternation. "I swallowed It." she Just breathed. have you marry us." Just Think of It! "Twenty dollars, then," exc'titav Her mother laughed nnd began to If they bsd bad eland treatments In the magistrate. "You're more rechi tease her. and then Geneva, her tiny MethuselahV time be might have been than I thought you were." I' --.ton face very solemn, said: get It out." "See if you llvlns yet. Pittsburgh Gazette Times. Evenlnij Transcript. To !cliee heroes. In ferred to as "the father of automatic Uis Intention Is block signaling." recognized the forerunner and at the same time the basis of "practically every automatic electric block signal system In use on railroads today." This tribute to lib work appeared In a recent report of the interstate commerce commNIon: "Perhaps no single invention in the history of the development of railway transportation has contributed more toward safety and dispatch in thnt field than the closed track circuit." Mr. Itnhlnson is very generally re- towns with his Jingling bell, they pp through many hands before erentn. ny reaching the factory, where tliej are sorted and reduced to a pulp. Xbis Is made into a raw. coarse fabric iif long fiber and great durability. Into every pore and opening of this cloth hot asphalt Is pressed and the la then covered on both sides with asphalt and crushed state. The product of the process is a very durable, waterproof solid material which Is used to cover most American nouses. Old rags play an Important part In the nation's housing supply, as most of the roofs or. modern homes are partly made from them. In the form of roll roofings ar.d prepared shingles, old nigs cover m.re American homes than all other tyivs combined. In the preparation of asphalt materials for Kxifins panoses thousands of tons nt rags are made use of every year. Thrift states. After the housewife has tnrown " away her accumulation of odds and ends or sold them to the leathern-lunge- d junk man who roams t'. t streets of all American cities ani the heroic makes Ttest faults. men are often molded out of Killing success. time means the suicide of nr. FIND CHEESE TO BE SUBTLE THING Its a main highway Postum, has become a world-wid- e way. This famous table beverage which has stood the test of twenty-fiv- e years, fills every requirement of taste for a hot and invigorating mealtime drink. Unlike coffee or tea, Postum contains nothing that can irritate nerves or disturb digestion. Even the children may safely enjoy it. Wouldn't it be well for you to avoid the harm which so many have found in coffee and tea, and protect health while pleasing taste, with wholesome, satisfying Postum? Order from your grocer today 1 THE way to satisfaction, cc.r.'ort and health cer-tal- Fostum eomts in two KILL TURKEY BUZZARD d The green fly and the turkey are two of mankind's worst bur-xnr- CHANGED MEANINGS ? e I - The sale of Calumet is 2H times as much as that of any other brand. 1WE TVOttLD'S GREATEST BAltlrfG POWDER i , i Had even the fiercest of our enemies, because they help spread In- ancestors been called a "silly-hwould not have ben dlspl' fantile paralysis germs nnd other malignant forms of disease. The buz- hi those days "sllly'n happy, and "Idiot" me zard wis in large measure responsible .'..t the jpread of rinderpest In than a private pers' In India nnd hae aken offense South Africa, the epidemic thnt JilUeJ off the water as j cralty swl' Imffnlo In the Philippines. The green lint'i ords the fly and the turkpy buzzard should undergone a ch " e- Cra be killed hi sight. Thrift Magazine. but skill, and u swindler vbo was merely good at nln. The word most generally 'iientary w&y, once 11y disposition. N- "conceited," f Ideas or ' and Ex- "oftl-Vjo- forms: Instant Posrom (in tins) prepared instantly In tfce cup by the addition of those who prefer to make the drink while the meat is beiag prepared; made by boiling fully 20 minutes. Th taro forms are equally delicious; and the cost is cnlr about c per cup. bailing water. Postum Cereal (in packages), for tice. I In , PoStUHl FOR HEALTH .bhools. the Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. "There's a Reason" j V. - i. . : 4 1 mm - 4 :' -. ff??; .xtmim ma Mil- - I f :l birthday reception Several from here attended court $l,(l(iS.S a (iler.xiK.d !nl LEGTl .RGAHIZED OUTLOOK were guests at the home I' Mrs. (indwell's pa- al Murehead Monday. mid for the, t'ommi I A? KY. owlntk wtos. rcstntnl. l rents, Mr. and "Mr . rlctchcr Pun 111 hex There ccm In bo lot i'S.C.!!. T on i tN4R Pub Vhed Weekly, t.i- -t 1m" ci week. (In , week. aid 011 .it Klciiiui" burg Allen, mi trm ! '"i t rr.l t. j Aii 0i7r.n1;. Mi- W liter Crouch and tamilx N nunc .nder-01- 1 of White er win lie v 'Uir. .0 eseeulo hwtiLs ! . ' jnii;: - t)r Ium.i Nag to net of s, Entered net tr .i'ii a. ('"lit Vn t icl.itivc- - in Onmsndle Saturday Oal; visited her brother. T. 1. And In- - ptun tm - i - ' mhI illtl e nt the G , incut. yillr, Ky., Kciitnk I'roir-- . iaiil Ltiiuv . nir.'it and Sunday. as second 3s matter. it tier eeiit mterc-- t tier ersi'n and her niece, Mrs. J. V. Ilcn-i!- iniee lie. 11 1.1 l.SLIH SllliUi' X C. ii v.i elVitd ut a meetiier TUB OUTLOOK'S' subscription bo sold from Saturday until Sunday. anuiuii ti'iiii il.de of sale till paid of I lie .iim rind mlettts of HiMie rates nre as follows.- 0QSM!Sr!il-iiaiOKLA S;UE. I. I!. Myers hou;;ht or Avery I..) i: I lie IWo C a .iudirmcnl rhe ! hi 1 enir.il KeBturfcy ,Onc Year $1.50 lll lw M itvrii t n; t T t oi ut I . .m S vcr.il frni In re attended hutvb Turner a liiuirh of hogs ul r.5U ier .nd- - lor the M.i Tin :tiii la.st S itrrd-iy- . Six Months ............... ......... 7.re. T. Var;c:j and Peaeby d hiiudred. atile to Kiid li. K. MuV for his debt i Three Months . ..... 4.rc. at Wxoiiiing"sSilui'ilay night. of thp li-- e is to bri'i u Ic and Lizzie '1 .r:. i ml ie-l- s, aiul tin Itoml r.cnlah M.ulili'V, of I'oblde, t iu'!in; eiluciitor- - ut' the THl'KSDAY, XOVE.MHKK !, () Al1 FORGE HILL Uil..ii:-- . A. M. P!.i;iT. Tapp ilrht will he taken titj'e'saM . xisind John D.iughcriy and family eet;on to lecture on uiotlern ! X maC OP SALE .s E. D. THOMPSON, ver- - Xellie and Ancs li'obin-.on- . Wax lie Tapp for his debt .d the Saturday night and Sunday. .....ma! ,.r..i.lem- -. on the OwinsviHe awl Shad lwo In;ks from Qwin-svi- lle LESSEE & OPERATOR James Bii.inngen vNitrd his ninth of Mooictield -- pent the past week ImjjCj. for the A lieu delit ttiil liesiEl.vi I ,ir.i !'.. le an.' ('Ml l'"lc, b r A eom'ilittee eoeiimsed of J. W. . niko mw fnmi n" SI m will I to alil in f wo tinefa m- IMV...l,,t . i,,!.,,,,! r Krankr.Ht, Mark Oltiwa. i li t 'i ixt Owingsville, - - - Kentucky. .. n, ill- -. Mollie tSilvin, of Sharps uith their uncle. Aaron Kerh utd j en t.. S. Atle,, for bis delit. . ! Tract No. 1 cuntammsr 50 acres witn improvements. ThwV family. lty viriue of a judnHut and milrr .1 Shelby x. He, A. K. Mckce, t liar - hfW Sntiinlux nie'il and Simd.a; . M. C. I!. C. C. bnv LlLli: SHI.'ul T, t a jroo(j of s)x Ykym outbaiklinffS, meat hoSfr m The -- upper rivih hen t'atunlay Mr- -, limner Maiklaml and ol sale of the J'.ith Circuit ourt,l rxKlsbarg, V. V. Martin, of winx - lien hotirp. OLYMPIA wat. slock barn, tobaccw (i4.it was iiiite a sunt'ss. of near Mt. Sterling, tvi h- -. d .t ti e iwhIht ten i! cr- - j viifcf, and J. W. Lancaster, of Mil well at the tloor, pJonty of grx all the fencing Vi!ke Warren, of Kansa, is vis. COMMlSStOiWS SALE. ' Mi-- s t'liii-tn- ie Harlier. of tiran-r- i Lowaeeo laml and plenty of fruit. iii t!e above styb-- actioa, h jof. v.a- - a:H..nt.l at the mct iting his cousin, Sid Warren and her brother several lays last wick. BATH ( il'll lT t'tU'BT City, visited Miss Clinstola. Coyle CoiiiHiU-nmIt.,- Oil Denton is vcrx po.ulv. of si'iil ing t. v.. irk oat the li,:.uicial nr wife and Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. ceres, ttnimprovo.1. TWis ipirt Id Tract No. 2 containing ' nrday night and Sunday. I'.i-p- c: Thmiia- - Sonvll and family. l.cm M.il some fruit, ami all the feiicii;' is jrvod. a l'!;.i:i li C.uiri, wi!! on Aimc of ..'iWUM'iit- - for the !rot:ram. ter Xannic Doxxiis has been Mrs. Leslie Atchi-o- n, of Monres inn water. More than half of this tract will xtv(' good tobaccjver-u- s MOXDAV, HQVEMBuR 13, NOTICE OK SALE t'tntrul Kentucky cilie- - iiilcro-t- rl her ister, Mrs. Lucy ,la"kson at IVnlon and l.miily xisited ("niley Siirnll and family, of Flat Creek, Ferry, spent Sundax with her aunt. day t'.irpenter, ami B. A. Slinmt Also at tho same time and place I will sell stick, crop aiul farn' Hitching the past week. at aiiout me nutir 01 one octucu j. . .11 the nKiveniciit are Danviitr, liar Mis. Eph Tliniiii-o- n who - xery ill. .1 . (uur'i:iti of .said Clny ing implements, etc. rmNburr, - the Hist lav St.int.wd, Nii-l- l K. ). Sxvartz ami Miss Lizzie Similar. Mrs. t ame Ik in of the , Versailles. Carp liter DciVn.lunt- .'I ll... I. l.tk t ..:.. L idusvdle, Iiwmirehui-rTERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY !o? SALE r. .iil.11 t Smarts were in Owingsville Mondav PEELED OAX SLATE VALLEY W . Fmnkfort, lit. .fl.7.-ae'- k. By virtue of a .judgment and order ! Cm t ) al the ii-- nt '" ',i r' dmir of tho Mr-- . Clarence Elisor and Kev. '.Mi-- Hcming-bar- g, Marie Mauley he tieojet.WB. of siil,. f tl. i,th Circuit Court, Curt House in OwhissvUle, TJath Rill Vlevins and wife h.ie taken randiiiother, Mr.--. Ann Stone, at Mt i!ri.x.i ami l.imih, of Ml. Sterling rendered at the O. tuS r term there- - ' ctuinty, Ky, sell to tho .highest May mv die, Cynthia na. Rich Carlisle, 1 roonN with Hurley Epperson and kv. Thursthix ,i; M. M. Statmi"-- . rlimr from Fridax till Smidnv. .mmd, ilillerHliBrjr, SbrfbyviJle, Sum in the above t.. i,M action, tier the following deserilieil pam-xxifc. I. 1' .Mis. I'resslej B.inie- and daugh- i Mrs. Hannah Coxle, of Prieklv Com.iii--i.iinill' said of lamL pur--l- s .is Jl.i-tMrs. Boh Smith went Tuesday to of land are wl, Sharpslmrg and OwingsviPe. 15. Crook 4 Miss Clxde. Mrs. The 1 olio wing well known ednra- will on with her sister ai, Ash, Mr. John Dimmitt and -- on, of ter. Court, :u Bath pjK'nd a few days omit y, Kentucky, one of . MONDAY. NOVEMBER Flat Cieek, Mics Jennie and Viola and daughter, Mr-- . E. I). 'I iiunip loi., are among iho-- e cjcled .H -, 13, 1922, Mt. Sterling. v.lniU i liiaii., acre- and hieh spent last Friday with Mrs. 1'rice Mrs. Miranda Davis, of Preston, IJithrain visited Mrs. ,lulius Bailey at about tho hour of one o'clock p. - I undid a.; Ill.v.s: ttn ihe North iectun- - duriuv tlw s r'i--: Ihr. JL V. Ca'k and family at Jit. Stciling. 1 SlWa, of Wis. onsii;, p. p. Claxton, ' 111. her sister here the past week. one day la.--t week. (saie, lic'tig the lirst day of the b the lah of William Hurt.- - h' irs, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Young and Vlrs. fvrmt-". S. Cna.Ks-ione- r Beadle and children Eila- -. of in Salt tenn of the Baih t'ountx Mrs. Press Itli'vins li the Soulll by the propi'rty of Netstioii; .1. J. Ti,.--- ;, George Beadle and family at .hihlrcii, of Sjieiii er county, spent Court) at the front door of the tie Clark, an the I'. S. Cmun-J--bvi- er Liek Satnnlay on luiine.-- s. Eat hy the properof wo do . until Saturday with Claude Young and Court House in Owingsville, of Education; lr. C. IL Juihl I Mrs. Chns. Craycraft, of near Howard'-- Mill from Thur-da- x Hath ty of Woutey heint am un the West fahiily. of CUieago I'nivers'tx ; llr. Bngley, X county, Ky, srll 10 the highest h'A-1- . by Clyde Young's JamL Kendall Springs, visited her father, Sunibiv. Mo.-- e Crowe ai;d n.fe, of near .Mr... Chris (lamer ami Mr. Kieh-ai- d roasona-Mi'- Q Dr. Uurtmi, ni . r the folhmiiiir lecri'Md tract f Milliard fiinter, Saturday. The other parcel of land is in C. dtttubia I'niver-ity- : (win-svillwere guests of I'.itfonl land. Mi. higan; iV P.attcr, I'uiversitv of .Mauley uncle, 1'eteW their Said parcel of land is on tb oixi ipia and is In. untied Master Ii'uby Jones, of Mt. Ster-!ii- i; follo.vs: I Detmis and family Sunday. . Khiipairiek, Cuiuaii.k; ; waters of Salt Well bran. Ii and - in Oti North by the piopcrly uf t e'l a 40;-)rsjient from Saturday till Mon- Hart near lYesion Thursdav. us Mis. Iio-- e ("enters who has been l! Mr. and Mrs. D.'. M Coyle and" i llr Alder ciniiily. K.v., and js bounded day with his grandmother, Mrs. ;n.'d.i iJellit, oil th Soulh hy th-.j xery ill at the '11111111' of her in t'e.'.ivx-s- : children visited Mr. and .Mis. John nan. Virgin::! ; llr .Mianu- -, YauuVrbilt c i),, the North by the land rop riy of Katie Costigan. & Ohio Rail la xv. Mi. Lucy Barber, has improx--iof Frank Jones, on tho East and way Company, ou the East by the "ti Dr. Foat, f SoutU Dakota. a Arnold Thomas on Fiat Creek Sunlro. linker has been holding stun,, and was taken Sunday to protracted meeting at Kotlnxoll, in day. Soiiih by the laud of Pike Trwulwny property of James Case's' heirs and the home of. her daughter, Mrs. D.m Conyes-Sam Peter Hart & Menifee eounly for two weeks. Hi and on the West by tho land of Mrs. 0 ;l.e West by the Inn - at Med Curky Hotises la Open In December. Diind, wo who has pneumonia, near I'restou May near Sharp-burLexiagtun, Ky, Nov. 4 hciv-.- r Enoch White, containing 23 acres, vtat'n and James (iray. hiid 54 converts, and 30 hy baptism, Willi,. I',, fall.. f Mi. st..rl Miss v1 Burley Tobui f more r less. Sale will lie madv on S i'e will be made oti a cred't of .lack Swartz, of Hodge, Ky. visit Tuesday night. tic-'her 11111 le, J". B. Crook., Mi. and Mr.- -. John Travlor visited ing is iiv$sv Association will lie ocnel iiion!1!- -. ed his mother. Mrs. D. O. Swartz a credit of sis Purchase! six iro.Uhs for owe half and twelve family. their grandmother, Mrs. Kate Man- time will bt. rcitiii'cd lo execute bond with month,, lor the olher half of the!1 m'civc Saturday and Sunday. ""'P .. .Mr- -. . 1 ... . K...i X. P. Keid is improving of evil xnu nrsi .inn iitieentu good surely for the purchase price, mu-!::- : i X sorvin'ii-- . Case, of Frankfort, i. the ley at .Mt. Pleasant Saturday night it . Porter t. I'linhaner will lie us? vou her illness though confined t'i and Sundav. according to inforuialiim week end guest of his mother, Mrs. paxable to the Mk-I- 't Commissioner rr.jui 'd to cxe. ute boads with good her nioin. give.t tn; Hoard f Din ctors i's rt and bearing six per cent iiiterest per sarety fur the iarcha-;Prudic Ca.--e. lrie John Young and bride, of Shell' SALT LICK at Mrs. Carl Peniek, of Ashland, is :iunuiii from dale of sale until paid. i'ble to the Air ier Conn,:-- - imi.v nlar taunt kly Uiweek at tihieb all the directors Y W. C. T. I". nu t "ith the president, coiiutx. aie spending a few dajs Bonds lo have tho force mul effect .tad - is jK r cent iuteretit per the guest of her father Elius Highlcy xx th In- Claude Young ami v.ci-' a judgment. presaMtt. Thry Iwiird .1 rei rt Mrs. Mary D.ioley la- -i Wednclav, and wife. annual from tlalo of i:la until iwid. wife and also visited Virgil Young t'"e tpensi .ii' aiarkctli.g the LI". LIE Slll.'lll T, M. C. P-- C. C. Wo were vcrv sorrv to hear of llid with :ib.iut fifteen members pre.' Bonds to havo the foreo and eu"H-- t :in. family of Montgomery county. of the Members, vvliich xilh the death of Jeff Jaekson, of Koa cm. .iicr the husincs.s w.is n jniJpnent. of 3 Mr. and Mis. (Icorgo Manuel, of every pmisihtc itevi oi' c.-- t COMMISSIONER'S SALE. aiULd noke, Va., fonnerly of this plaec. He xer an eiijnyalile niiisie.il jirogram I.S8IJK SIIKtlfT, JT. C. II. ('. C. Howard's Mill, sjient Suiulay with ''il nit exeeitl 7."e a hiindreil was n brother of Mr. J. K. Jaekson was rendered by Mrs. Adah Barkxl, f BATH CIKCIMT COl'lIT Willie Stall and family, of this, place and George .lackson, of f Lexington as xiolinis) and xoeal-is- t, Waller Thwinan and sou, Cli.irlcs lmuds, as contrasts! with a prob.1 , li. Dauson, ,t al Plaiiilil't'--tfiss Lottie Mae II arris, of Lv as..is(c( In-- Jiss Lucille Kant, 'wingsville. He has many friends I'jr.ner Brown, all Bowan eonn- - able averuKe ot ."flij a hundrxMl versus NOTICE OF SALE 'ingtoii. her gniudpnrent-- , pounds t.r the growtr. -- old h relatives who will mourn hi.: at the piano. Miss Tlielnia Pierce, and BeFendauts ty uieo, wcio arretted Salurdny , outside tho Jaiiii-.Diuialdsen ami xi!'e Sunday Ic'irie Young et al, Association; tenrned that loss. The bereaved family have our of Mt. Sterling, gave a reading en By virtue of a judgment and order !'",'at at l..eki!!g Hiver hrklcj; at thoy liad incrcasted the value f llieir titled, "The B.ibx at Church." which VlidMoiiiIay. sympathy. .if s.;'e of the Bath Circuit Court, !'aruiei"s, by ifolit. Dnff and deniititss. t(V.M-iOmar Barber, of Louisville, was $7 WW ty 1 ;ijvr was grealy enjoyed. Delightful ; Mrs. Chas. McGotlriu was in rendered al the October term there- A j:al!in and three nuarts of moon- - i calling on relative- - here Mondav. .id :"r dryins. -- crve.1 liy the hostwore Saturday on business. f l.iiii! was found in the tiwiiiiiie of, 1!)LJ, in I lie above styled action. The rcj: rt oi" Wrj. t'uSSr.-- , Clih." In.'.i i xxerc driving. Jas. L. Brown left Saturday to ess. As they as Ma- - ter CoiiimissininT of said COMHIISSIOKER'S SALE. of t'ifcj anin, tkat the As Pressley Jackson received mesvisit his mother at Morehead. .ililiroaced tho bridge they blew lusCourt, will on BATH CIKCU1T COL'l.'T tily for tJie polo to he raised hut in- s.ciation bow baa 73,2G5 members Bro. Tommie Crouch filled his reg- sage announcing the death of his MONDAY. NOVEMBER 13 1922, and that it is likely the number wiil ular appointment here Sunday and bmther, T. J. Jackson at his home in Wax ne Tapp PlaintiiTs. at about the hour of one, o'clock p. stead or the t'H fratc keeper, Mr. Sj Virginia, and burial Xov .'lid at John Outr and his depnties appeared antt exccwl 75,000 by the time contract Sunday sight. 111. versus NOTICE OF SALE (same beins the l!r:,t day of tile v ;;.g. -- isntd this week are in. Curry Gintcr left last week to son City, Tenn. Xo further particuHaves L.iiic, etc. Defendants. "pillar term f t'i ibr.li ('.! - autwl them. Tiny were brought iluiup!irty, if.ilin- - in vj L'niiuiiiy xxrit-inwork at the Y. 5L C. -- . at Lcxing-- : lars have been learned at this in j.til until Mondav '' fMTs'i'yr-- .' By viriue of a judgment and order Court r.Krtid an audit of t!u? iKxiks t.i m Deceased was formerly a well ton. nioieint; iv?ien they were taken in OviiaJville, of sale of the B.itb Circuit Court, Curi t: Uiaiunaa W. IL ShuiiLs, ur tho and will preach here next known citizen of Owingsville moving Bro. Baker CouimisHionrr Wood at Mt. , ' In eounly, the hijilks tag nho read tlie re- from there about three years. Ro ' tendered at he October term thereSunday and Sunday night. (Sterlinf:. While here ono of the men !r the fodov.ii'c; described line; ' Virginia where he had a position of, l'.)22. in the above styled ai tioii. land, It lioxi-.' v,Vsiii-e'- y itlentilied by a ucjfTo, I tHirtjj to the direclor-- . al! of them aro situate in B;.. I as Ma-t- ir Coiiimi. inner of said every cent received aceoaeted for with a mining company. STEPSTONE county, Ky. The lirst tract copfjj w i' e I'.iris. olSh srjJsl nre;, as the man nml that tiio ospon.se of warehou-- e Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Campbell have Court, will on Bom to the wife of Oscar llalton bordered 'on the viho hud been tralUckiuj' in mooit-'i.n- e .. . J returned from a two weeks' trip t.i MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1922, 2.1 a res and is YVc.--t in that neighborhood all suui-me- r. I't'crntion-- i for tk-- year was sjrj.u.J a riaufiiier. Xorth, South and by the I.mi.Is . i; 'ou.s-a.pounis and cl war. YoungV little son, Edward, Lexington, Cincinnati and other Bruce He was to tho liquor at about tb hour of one o'clocl l'- - of the li- - se Iiu-- i lion C-- . and on the ;j a thoustisi'i; and grading who was very ill last week is some iKJints. users of that lart if the comity (s , ii" the first dav of the. East by the la.ids ol Win. l'urvi-- . and puBnds. The Community Hallowe'en cele in. :a..i( . li e better. co;;i:uiiteu of wecond: A tract of land on Xay-lo- r' rcgula cini of the Bath Couutv Of the 5!,tKK) ia.sheads sohl t'.r Mojo." Wi'lie Shultz, of Ashland, who lyi bration held at the school building Branch cout.-iiuii-i l'Jo nml Couit) al the front door of the U. J. UcyuoluH Tobacco Coiiipany, . Mr been txisitinp his uncle and aunti J. was a splendid The largely ,r acres bounded 011 the Xorth hy Owingsville, i x. ouri 111 oiise in Bath hgshcaU. bad been delivered. 7v.o. Farms ant? Town Loi for Gals. !:l,T-1). Al.'xander and wife, relumed to building was thrown open to the county, the h ad- - of the late .1. M. Kichart, Ivy., sell to the highest bidt St nt. report. hI. Mr. Stone Kami of 71V. acres 1 UK his home Friday and was accompan- public and each room was attract :i on the South by Xa;.!or's Branch, der the following described parcels O'vingariUc on 'iharjisbnr;' pike .ii;!i said t'tat three of the big totKic- - EC ied by his cousin Sherman Alexan- ively decorated and the negro min- on the East bv the lands of J. T. of land, lying in Bath county, Ky, ' 3 rood house and barn; tann '20 cen-- . co concerns are ready to hay the to- - m trel (home talent) side show, lunch der. Hart, on the West ly the lauds of 011 the waters of llinkton creek and n haeco of tne a so. iatioa s soon as V , , etc., were well s3 fork , .l Sa't lic'j.ikc", 5 rinrn lion- Mrs. G. W. Kincaid returned home stand:-patronized, hounded by beginning at figure 15 on Ed t'oyle. Said !r-- t and siioui! mh? sum for the P.i- Sunday from a visit with her daugh- netting a haiul-om- c lam. Vacant li t C feet front it i delivered. the plat, corner to Thompson, Leggcl tracs js the s;nne land owned hy the rent Teachers' Association. lelli..ili t Church .n Main o., ter, Mrs. Carl Garrett at L. & E. X )! W 7.:U Deft. J. W. Shaiikland and U. B. Ha Gasfllitte Sliartage. street. H is on it In'- -t veil in town, '"Mr. and Mrs. Richard Havmakcr and Bailiff; thence was nccoinpa-.LJunction and by chains t figure 10 in the old road, Dawsim, deceased. That gasoliae prtNluctiuit is keep-i'.- g never-failin- g water. . arrived from Washington. 1). C. last Mr. Garrett and family. of; it v. corner to RatlilT and Johnson ;ihcnce Third: A tract of. laud on Slat." nicsnis p.i- e with ion is sho.vt: C. T. ilol.'SEMAX. Mrs. John Stull who was very iB week for an extended visit to the hit S 10 E 17 chains to a point at figure Cnek coulaiuiinr S.'l and by Ihgures of the Amoriean IelroIuui the. past week is some better now. I ter's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Sherman ie is a 17 in middle of llink-litrtvc i?i creek and .o res hounded mi the X.irth bv the which whows that where' J'-Airs. Haymaker lielore her Zack Veils, of Preston spentpiulli 'l IT, corner t same; Ihence with the mid- l.tiii' of Dwen li'ojrer- -, on the South formerly 11 per eent of the gasoline Thu.'day night with her daughter, marriage was Miss floitlie ("iullett, ot 'i ifc .1 !of. ni' thnutrU n- - !v..r 11 A dle of said creek as it runs X 71!, by the lands of I'aunie Lathraut, on .W!S obtaiiietl frwi erado oil, 25 per Mrs. Clark Wilson. this place, but for the past live years El chain to figure IS; thence S 7S1; the Ea- -t by tho lands of .lames Me- - rwv - 1. xy is now owaaievi. Hrtli an in- ii. J lx Mrs. John Carpenter, of near Mt. has been living in Xexv Jersey where a E 5.51) chains to a point at figure Xahh and A. II. Dawson, o Hi.. 't- -t tier cent initio Sterling, visited her aunts, Misses she met and xvas married to Mr. .'13 in middle of said creek and corner by lands or the late J. M. Kit too oil in- -. This jmpular young Harriet and Xancy Williams the past Haymaker. so to lot 12; thence with lot 1! X an! the lands of J. T. ll.nl. SOI pur ceet more couple are being given a cordial welweek. at figure .VI I hi tract is known in the IL ppx chains W chains J. D. Alexander, wife and son, come here. and corner to same; thence W '.i Mi.llow faun of (i. 15. D.'V-nn- , Mrs. Joncs 'as in Lexington the Lloyd and wife, returned Loco from chains to stone at figure .'!l corner deceased. 1.0....I bu.uetrs for the ilitllu past week. a visit with friends at Ashland. ! ir r.111 to same; thence X 5 chains to a Fourth: A trael of land eeiita:n-ii- i are at Jit, Sterling tlx rig Mrs. Amanda Moore is v .siting """ion Crain in Winchester " nn ru n n ii mj m inni stone at figure :ill, corner to same: r.ul.s, and locaiiog line, from the 1110 acres, bounded by friends at Olympia. the past week. thence. N S3 K 1.10 chains to the in the center of Uidu Boail l':I;t, WflMAfiLY ihillCrLLtO .Montgomery cou'tty border through Mrs. Etlie Cussidy has gone to AlCharlie and Joe Wilson and sister. point of beginning, containing il.'.l corner lo'.l. If. Daw.-ofcliey're Iulh county. wo ihence X II, Miss Alma, entertained at their home abama lo visit her daughter, Mrs. acres of land. E .'iJ.Jtl .hain.s to sl.ike in the D. B. night last week several young Alfred Pilkington. one AUo a .small parcel of laud ad- S'ah-eWork was commenced line, tlieneo X S7. W ::i.."2 'Twas Har for lltr to Stoy Work, Monda.v Mrs. John Myers entertained the folks. joining the above boundary and is chains to ..take in Miid Salyer line, iii: ni:ig on a lire cistern mi Slate Aid Society of the Christian Church BuiTItis Texas Laty Says Sta bounded by hcgiuninir at figure III) on corner with the Dawson Heirs lain!, I U. !'l iu ! the residence of 5,1 on lat Thursday with an all day LOCUST UROVE Haxl to fio lo B'jiI. pint of Ilovennale division and cor- thence S 120' ,. W 1S.1J chains lo Ic'l" lie'.'. Several from here attended Bro. meeting. About thirty five people, ner to the above described land; Helped by CarJaj. slake near barn comer with same, Triplett's meeting at Lower White partook of an elegant noon dinner. thence S 5 chains to stone a at figure thence S Dili's, E 30.11 chain- - t Two fuilts made and a silk Oak Sunday night. 31 corner to same; thence E il chains center of said pike, thence uii': cuS Sal.-.d-o, Texas. "I suffered 1 great Misseg Lilliau Joues and Lcona ipiilt laeked, besides other to a stone at figure 32 comer to ter of aid pike S 72. K 2A7 chains deal wiili womanly foubls" says Miss Gudgell attended a Hallowe'en party These ladies arc hustlers. same; thence a Northerly direction and X S7Yi, 22A)l chains and X liS", Ira Lillian Hart, oi Route i, t!;;s placi. Mrs. Everett e Razor was in Mt. City, Saturday night. to a set stone in middle of the pike, K (i.l'l chains and X S7'-- . !' 4.47 "I would, for? day o; two, feci drowsy, el-traSeveral from here attended tho Sterling the pat week. a direct oppo-it- e course of the line chains, X 70, K 4.00 chains, S 77'- -, stupid and li.WeS.; didr.'l feel like doing Mrs. W. J. Shouse is able to he funeral of Mrs. Wick Shields Friday. from figure .12 to figure 33 on plat K :i chains, S SI, K 2.01 chains to my v."or!.. Mt. Sterling, Ky. "1 would suffer pr.im in my sides ar.d Willie Hendrix and family spent out again after a long siege of rheuof division, an agreed line with Jehu-so- n tho beginning. This fourth tract ot back, and very sevue hcuJaches. matism. This will he gratifying news Sunday with Oiner Rogers and family Setters, deceased; thence along land owned by .Airs. JIary 1. t'ickliu $1 "l..am the Iionstkecper, and it w" near Wyoming. They were accom- to her many friends. very hard fo. mcto stop, but 1 won!-- ' jre" the middle of the pike lo the point at the time of hi r death. ) - r-I G. W. Kerr, of Spencer county, A tr rijisuch a i.'jstry I v.Dtild hr.vs lo t,o4o panied home by Mrs. Mollic Hendrix of beginning, containing acre-o- f Sale will be made o bed. I heard of Cjrcr.i.Ci'd thatu v....--, who had been there for several days. was a recent visitor here. land and being the same tract of six mouths, the pit pdforthii si!ffrin7. 1h2 very f'rst Mrs. Mollie Funis accompanied by , sT laud convex ed to R. E.May by deed lirst and second took scrcd io help me. I ui ' a! g"teer Afdv Jn-- s hjtl s3 C Ci ts--1 ij ,i. ij, at a ver low s'agw Mrs. J. B. Lindsey, of Odessa wcrs I PEBBLE er near so mu !, so scut for iIk J. A. Setters, recorded in deed iiired to cv.ee ciiig t. t;ie light ruin 1 all of the lite members of lh r"iscl Cort gucsts of the hitter's sister Mrn. much Kood for mc, 1 Everybody is out of wuLr here book 77, page 5U.S, Bath Count v half of Hi 't t'i": -t cud l.ti'er Fi? Andcrsa its yiM-sttxxo iuout'i.s. , tfiforCardufsriicertaia-- " Tom Powers who is ;H at her home and stock driving seems to have the Clerk's mice. to .1. Wi !. a., Kiach Iicrl.r in tb paxt rt : turki need." .cl nst.r dinner Tus- r. Reynoldsvfllc. day. at Sale will be mu a credit of the 11m, thxi need of sotactbii:;; 1 is uu. Tl r ..tttf. ttt til.' , Buth Hawkin Misa Thomas Hunt traded James Pow- C and 12 months and i sullicient payat is recovered t tent, such troiTe-- d tu'.'ng in the wat- front' an ell eight cattle and $55 for 5 horses amount of said land xvih be sold to of shingles. si thon-snoviri up vrc,u: rrawnhi Vie ; rjtery Pst AnMriea ir DSt J. R, DAY !ry this niilJ, pmOy, Mrs, and then houcht two more horses Hrttisfy the following debts, viz; The j ul otii. deJica. .ejsi,.h t jught af- - Lt.nu pbtaning a kig eWehrtUioM na'daJghter Gladye, for $120. Dallai'Cru .First the debt of It. 2. May of aim Oi'tometrist NC-- nj icr by hungry f Aruu. iu'e- Day, Xiu niber U. h. j . y 111 ! i Con-Ktw- -- 1 Post-offic- 1 ir 1 ri 1 r.Land, Stock an Will oITln ru. t in Si lo the highest ! v ilt J I . "SATURDAY, NOVEMBER assiM-iatMN- . 1!i , 1". O'CLOCK .Mi-e- i- . ; ! 'gd gJ f , u iot .I l:;-I.- T er , 'r-x- I lm l!,'v-i'.v- J. A. ?OW?E il ovij:gsville, -- er 1 1 JOT That d. ar r (lie vcrv best lino e. cumnit'i'ciul printing ami at blc prices, vi-ii- ed - S I i It' Ku-.-e- it.-H- IV-.bod- your uoxt order sj-t- er Che-.:;cak- d I ami let us. prove our assertion. s xi-il- ed g. Bear ' hi lrvrs te V" ..... want your busi Y and jropoio making ourselves & f f Dcx-cwI- Aro with -t c . The Old Reliable Corner" I n a-- s o n".-- , he-fo- re f I . I 1 -- kn-nv- n ! I 3 DiJ-lt- )i mil-ccss- !' J I're.-iihw- wtle-!'-i,:- HOW ABOUT YO 1 ! 1 p You O con-tuli- p! ought lo havo Clothes you can proud ainl that qua k V s Oo-ll- l'l m s. niattor that all niaKcrs I ' d IT? z 1 11 prodiie-IKtroIcui- n, matter that isn't aiwavs 'aro(l for ;itii. 'ie rt 5.-1- Oct bolli J I Style and Quality 1 vi-it- ed i 11111m n, -- Wo have the Clothes that give you know hoth; right. 1 r J 1 I fglear rt.e ar ys is ymfinyou wear & KRMfl c nessboth. arid far yours sighted-I- DUTY, NESBITT & CO. ti Satisfaction or money back. if 1 K.-a- ' Ni' 1 im t -t 1 Rl Iff 1 f 3 :a is ?:,, i 1 p? j-:- U ! L- w