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Sheriff Waller Hi yd received a tip thai .ni'iiiisbiiic whisky was Iseing si Id in i THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1921 NUMBER 52 The Flemnp1nj;r fluzdlc lms in its oflirp a new linotype. PERSONAL $8 Miss Sue ltaM-om- , is visiting Mrs. .1. of Millcrshiirgt ,. Kwing. FREE $100.00 IN PHIZES PHIZES of 8100.00. Boost Masters Ilntul Ti1iito Setter at K. I- - Jfc A. T. IIYltOX'S. Whcnt harvesting hands in the west are receiving $3 ft day as against $0 and $7 last year. .1. A. ery 1'iwer will make jiirhires evSatnnlnv at his hme on Route 1. The soldier Ikihiis hill will in all probability not he passed at this session of Congress. Hay the hest koe ten. iee-te- a Orange .1. Pe- It. RTKKI.E Tlie Outlook MtmuuHccment MfHK Let n- - candidate's cnnls and fence have your order now. prints Mis Kdith Palmer has heen eii. ployed to teach a school in Motit-Ht:ner- y county. Get our prices on coal, lumber, lime and cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Mrs. Frank Fritz, of St. Ijouis, is any ipiautity desired somewhere neir the piet of her sister, Mrs. Arthur tiwn. Boyd and his deputy Sam Eo- till ipiietly left town in search of the i vendor and bagged their game in A. II. Oiiwmmi and daughter, MaXewt Sbr.tut's barn, less than a rian Conner, wcrc'in Lexington last mile from town. They arrested and Tuesday. brought before Judge Atchison r. Miss l.jd.i Paw Min has rcturuei; man by the name of T. .1. Boaz. from u visit to her sister, Mrs. .1. t. .iz hail ahout a gallon of liquor Tyler Davis, of Oxford. in his possession ami the case rtaitist him seems to be eonclmivv. Alberta Piers, of lniisvillc, is visiting the family of Robt. Crooks ne.ii lie way ii'c:i-rc.i ben.! fiirni-Jie- .i by Dell Downs. It has beei an open Piestoti. that moonshine whisky was Miss Christine Anderson has. gone .ecrc! dispensed here regularly by men apto Frcilouia, Ky., to vi-- it Mrs. Win. and parently immune fromnrrest, Young for about ten days. tin' win le community is pleased that Candidates for the varioiis'olliees Mr. S. Clay Donohew and Miss of them, one has been captured If Ruth Honobew, of Mt. Sterling, were reports are true Boaz is not the on- have raised a fund to give a free the guests of Mrs. Henry S. Fieklin ly one engaged in this illegal traffic dinner at the Picnic in Kimhrougir.s tastfQfonday. iti.l .i lilt'e vigilance on the part of Pari-- , July :tll. ud Cntiieh, who has been making the town and countv authorilie- " nufflibme in Mt. Sterling for a year, ini) was visiting his old home and friends rat here Monday. i DINNER AT Boost Boost THE PICNIC OWINGSVILLE Saturday. July 30th. That the Lyric Theatre may not close during the1 hot weather period we, the following merchants and! business men of Owingsville and vicinity to stimlate and otherwise assist the Lyric Theatre and prevent losses in the operation of same offer as prizes for the next eight weeks listed as follows, one of such prizes to be given each Friday and Saturday nights, beginning Friday, July 15, which will be announed each week and displayed in the window of the merchant offering same. No member of the family of the merchant offering the prize wili be permitted to draw same. HERE IS THE SHINGLE You find them on the finest 20, 30 and 40 thousand dollar houses as well as the 4, 6, and 8 thousand dollar houses. They are popular on the 40 thousand dollar houses because there is no more naturally beautiful material to put on a roof than the attractive Indian red or the artistic sage green slate. The low price makes them possible on less costly homes. And they wear better. Neither wind, nor walking on them, nor fire nor. old age, nor the blow of a hammer will cause them to crack The asphalt in them protects from rusting off and shingles coming loose. The slate surface makes them They satisfy insurance and building law requirements. Finally they stay flat. nail-hea- ds spark-proof. $20 A Farmers Bank, Owingsville Banking Co. and E. L. Byron during this series ns capital prize of $20 will be given by $20 . ier-bone" Pure Robertson countv white clov- nt J. R. Steele's. Five Charles Hoop and wife, of Cincin. , iKmnds for 85c. nati, are visiting Andy and .lohu Coyle. Mr. Hoop mnrried the olljst One new and one second hand Bc- daughter of Robert Coyle, formerly mis Tobacco Setter for sale by of Owingsville. E. Ii. & A. T. BYRON". Mrs. WiUou Strader and children. We handle Mquha and Java cofljfcg fcf Lexington were week end piests , . .r . . " 1 f the bes. blend the world over. .Mrs. oirauecs oarenu-- , .nr. aim R. C. BYRON Xcsbitt acMrs. .1. companied' them.1 home. Ice Cream Supper Fassett Bottwudmaking great Thore will he an ice cream supper sfikress as travelingMsaufsman for at HanH'r'.s school house Satunlay, lie'Rowlnnd CordageJandiPaper Co., July 1C. of Iiuisville, spent severa' day The open season for squirrel hunt- with his part-i-ts Seth Hottr .. j ing is now on. No other game law here the past wi'k. will be out till in the fall. One must e Cell Coyle will leave this - h p. tut on Iike Michgan ' neu.-- j have license to hunt on his own land. t'hi trie- - in order to avoid hay fever diffA set4lement of the age-ol- d . which he is subject. He will be iculties lietween England and Ireland one nbont four'months and wiii seems more promising than ever be- hnve employment"' wltli. a 4 railroad fore in the history of these countries. company there. Miss Frances Snedcirar and aunt Ice Cream Supper y left Thurs-da- y month with friends In to spend n South Dakota and. ..with her aunt Mrs. Mary Brothur, in Chicago. Mis Eliza bcBrother MAYSLIOK Musicians BOYS BAND $ IJ8 1. 15 ALL GAMES 2 AND EAT! J.mtSlr,- COME! j & Co., Beaded Handbag value $25 Shrout, Piper & Shrout, Rockinp; Chair or Electrolier 10 E. L. & A. T. Byron, Decorated Parlor Lamp , 10 , Goodpaster & Co. , Lady's Silk Umbrella, 7.50 R. C. Byron, Grocer, 2 lbs. Mrs. Holiday's Candy 2.50 Ira Coyle, 25 lbs. Granulated Sugar 1.50 1.50 J. M. Steele, 3 lbs. Martha Washington Coffee Barbor Brothers 25 lbs. Granulated Sugar 1.50 Wells & Steele. 1 pair Lady's Silk Hose 2 2 E.L. Barnes, Undertaker, Cash Prize Reese Wells, 25 lbs. Lexington Cream Flour 1.50 Owingsville Banking Company, Cash Prize 5 10 Farmers Bank, Cash Prize 2 Service Garage, Cash Prize Byron Brothers, Insurance Agents 2 2 J. T. Kimbrough & Son, 1 Bottle Toilet Water 1 T. M. Perry & Co., Merchandise Prize 1.75 J. R. Day, Watch Coupon tickets will be sold ou with corresponding numbers The drawing will be made each evening at the show. No prize awarded unless the winner is present. .Boost this necessary enterprise. Everybody come. The cool est place in town; Lacy-Coo1 E. L. & A. T. BYRON. the rvfirorttMA StOW r ATTENTION The firm of Steele Crooks haviing dissolved I am continuing the busi- liess at the old stand with as good a line of groceries as can be found. All accounts positively due 1st of each month and no orders will be filled unless previous account has been paid. THE MIDLAND TRAIL " i meeting of business men of j ""f Amituipylhe name of shot nntflinstantly killed a young man by tho"riame)fDenby Harney across the river in Kuwait county, near Licking Union, which is in Bath county. It is said that Htuney Wilhuighbj'f' very ungty-f- it' ause he refused to divide his whltj-l:telling Kamey that he alren ly had too much. It is said that R l n Wlloughby home and as very abusive, finally told Willoijii ). e to come out of the house and would give him what he needed. Then Willoughby stepped to the door and with n shotgun shot Kamey dead. cy, . 1'nul Hinton, Greenview, 111., and Saturday, July 23. Mrs. Amos Bailey, of Milford, Ohio. Mrs. I. D. Wilcox, of Paducah. Is The annual convention of the Christian Churches and Bible Schools the guest of Mi6 Ues Ewing. of the county will lie held nt Owings.Ins. Arncld Mark, who left for ville Tuesday, July 267 Chicago a few days ago to accept a There will le an ice cream supper Mrsri)uWna'DafTeTtudv' at Upper White Oak school houst to visit Miss Snedegar's sister, Mrs. j position, had hnrdly landed there e; Daring the World war, 48,000 till he left in search of a more lively Americans .vere killed and during and progressive town and soon found Dawson Tapp . the same period of time 91,000 were himself th Hazard, Perry "county, Oaw.sou Tapp whose home wine killed on the highways of the country. where he soon secured employment three miles west of town, died Friday! in the County Clerk's oflice. morning after a brief illness, nis Martin Johnson, of Menifee counKIcMMugsburg and Sharpslmrg ball death is said to have been due to air Klla Armstrong, of Licking ty, and Arrangenients have been made by '"erdose of moonshine whiskey. lie teams played on the hitter's grounds Union were mnrried by Rev. 1. L. a. majority of the candidates to give wtis a son of Itiehard Tapp, deceas-isl- i Saturday, resulting in a victory for Bailey Snturday morning. ajfreej "dinne atj the .Picniq ,in Kim- -, ntnW as 4(1 yearsold. He is sur- - ' :hfti pslmrg bv a score of 10 to 4. hTouglrs I'nrk, batunlny July .in. j vive-- by. iis.avife,vho.wns-iliHigh- Marion Taylor formerly a vealuv Preparnlions are being made to feci icf of CollyerS ,lei.Ci,Sed and distiller of this FUnte, left in bis will the largest crowd ever in attendance four daughters, Mrs. Everett War.20 O00 t buy Christmas presents on a similar occasion in Bath county. ren, and Mrs. Mitt Weedon, oi' Cinfrr poor children of Xatcher, Miss In .addition to the free dinner there cinnati, Mrs. Peterson, of Paris, and his birthplace. will be two ball games between two one unmarried daughter at hemic. Come Snndav to see one of the of the leading ball fenms in eastern The burial was at Owingsil!e Kentucky. The Maysliek boys band Saturday, after the funeral best games ever played in Owings ts services at home. Kimbrongh's park. A com will furnish the music. ville. at j le. R. W. Kincaid was made and J. R. Ammerman secretary. After some discussion of the matter it was determined that the best way to attain the object in view would be through an association of business men similar to boards of trat3ein other towns, and the oi ganization was immediately The organization is to be known as the Business Men's Association of Bath County. R. W.'Kincaid was elected chairman, Shanklin Piper secretary, Leslie Shrout treasurer and Haden Lacy, Ford Patterson, E. L. Byron, J. R. Steele, Crit Vanarsdale. Sharpsburg: A. H. Points, Salt Lick; A. G. Shrout, Reynolds-villTrumbo Snedegar. Wyo ming; a. v. Johnson, freston; Clyde Young, Olympia; J. P. Ballinger, Bethel, directors. be-cu- for the nurnose of discussinc securing the' aland Trail through Owings- fS and means OI W' n. Memorial services were held at Ho-- 1 MAYSLICK BOYS' BAND WILL X. J., Sunday where lay the PLAY HERE JULY 30 cn'skets containing 7.204 men who m,Ic the supreme sacrifice .n the The Mavsliek Bovs' Band will plav baUle.iel.ls. He,,. Pershing, Senator j r , ,.icnic at Kimbrongh's Paric ,,ler distinguished men Saturday, July .'!(). This is quite a step forward in picnics as this i ra mmite to these iteml Heroes. the hrst tune that n tirst class eon- J cert band ever Martha KstilJ Carter the played an outdoor old baby of W. M. Carpenter and celebration in Owingsville. There wife, died July 4th and was buried are 38 musicians in the band dressed in the family graveyard. All was ill white uniforms and it is hoped do fur her that willing bands could everybody in Owingsville will be able ' to no avail, for she gradually i. i !i"i,r them. ts irse till the end. The resolution passed by Congress rural schools of Bath county declaring war with Cfenunny and opt), .'d Monday with a good nttcn.I Austria Hungary at an end has been ance. All the teachers for thesa signed by the President und the schools have hud at least five weeks United States is at peace with the normal training and it is expected world once more. that Jhey will do better work than ever before. The American Legion oilers $'J50,-00- 0 to any boxer who was a member There was a downpour of rain of the Allied forces to defeat Jack ehnmmon which lasted more than an hour here Dcmpsey the heavy-weigSatunlay at noon, flood rains fell pugilist. in iicurlv everv part of the countv i Monday was the last County Court the same dav. day heforc the August primary aua Olympian Orange Pekoe tea the there was a large crowd in town Electioneering was the chief feature best fiolden Dream coffee. of .the day. Cv BYKOX. It. 1'oUcii, ht ice-tea. I . . JAMES R. STEELE Owiirville, Kentucky. t ItTtYTTTl Beginning uioiisu T TTITH- - MCblY, ill JULY 11, I wU-ea-C an auto X via Mt. Star Paris mJL from Owingsville to ESPA MAZE VULCANIZING Bring; your old tires in and have them reDo not throw' paired for the summQi them away. Let "us matte new ones out of them for you for half hrice of new tires. All work warranted. x A - bined team of Sharpsburg and Ow ingsvillc players will play Morehead, Taylor Yoing, the youngest son of and a 'jrot'i Taylor Yeuag, er of Jwlge Allie W. Young, died at AHfreies, California, after a brioj Ihrcss. He was a native' of More- head but of late years had been mnk ing his home in New York City. Is . A Good Showing com of the mon schools of the county were lie. gun Monday morning. This is a good showing. The other four schiiols wil begin in a short time. Forty-tw- o forty-si- x Miss Maria Teal Dislocated Ankle Miss Maria Teal, who died at her Jlrs. .lacoii Kincniil met with a se home in Cincinnati of blood poison rious and painful accident SaturdVv was hroiuclit here and interred in the night when she fell from her )wings ille cemetery Thursdny. She porch, dislocating her ankle. The was a former resident of this town, ankle was so badly out of joint Hint being a daughter of John Teal, de- the side of her foot instead of the ceased. She was OS years old and uile was turned to the ground, the is survived by two. sisters, Mrs. Em- ligaments being torn. The injury is ma Crowdor, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. i very painful one and Mrs. Kincaid Amanda Davis, of Bath county. will be confined to her bed for som-- j time. makes a model Husband HER NICE now husbanrf. STEPPED OUT of tho houso. LIKE WHISTLING OR AN A i Taxed like 4bis everyday thlnir. LIKE A good i CROOKSm STAMPER. EARL B IS A CANDlfex' OMPSON TE FOR frot dm; K If a bird. ON ONE of thoso smoltM. WHICH ALARMED young wife. ESPECIALLY WHEN. SHE FOUND abo'd picked THAT SATISFY. WHICH CERTAINLY aro. v CLERK OFTHK THE REAL birdseed. FOR MAKING men. THE WRONG package AND INSTEAD of oatmeal. c TRILL THEIR pipes for Joy. SO LADIES, if hubby. Bath Circuit Court Subject to tjie Democratic party priinarj- - election August 6, 1921. Your support and influence res- pectfully solicited. 1S fiilbert Cassity, a Bath county An interesting feature of the Merboy who is a distinguished evangelist who has toured nearly the whole cury is the publishing each week af countrv in his work and has been portraits a n d brief biographical wonderfully successful, will hold a ketches of former prominent citl-.e.Groceries of Quali; ' Meats and of Carlisle and Nicholas couiitj revival meeting nt Lieking Union I get them weekly so as to keep Church, near his old home, beginning Last week's paper contained an y Choice home-kille- d picture of Rev. W. F. Cald-.ve- ll fresh stock. July 31. He is a son of J. M. who was pastor of the Sharps-!ur- g , beef, highest grade cured meats, al of Yale. Presbyterian Church for about so buy all country produce at th highest market price. A square Ieal 30 years and died in that town In Prize To Be Given assured and a share of rour trade To the holder of the most Flotilla 1808. He was also pastor of Spring appreciated. REBSE WELLS. soap wrappers at tlif end of sixty field Church, this county. day, beginning Thursday, July 14, NEW MACHINERY will be given a fine gold ladies' wrist Jee Redmond, an aged colored man, died Saturday night after n have received and have now in watch of a good make. I lingering illness. He was said to be R. C. BYKOX equipment operation an 00 years old. for shoe repairing, including maching LO'ST: Ixng silver Vanity, bc- and all ery for sewing or Aecordnig to the weather service other kinds of work requiring sew-- 1 Ween Xswt Shrout's house und (irs?i Horseman on June 27. Finder rx, people the hot spell of weather now ing or stitching. All work doncj probably at an end for nwhile, was manner. tarn to tliis oflice nnd receive rcwa--- 1 promptly and in first-clathe longest rec nled in 47 years. in by parcel posti Send your work ' M S T.cj of the Htteen teachers 11 who uy return maiu una receive u tjck the examination here Our canned goods are CLAY KOYSE. Buy from us and always get the best ei awarded second class certificates... OUTLOOK $!.50 PER YEAR. K. U. BYKOX is ut Ca?-sitte half-solinss , A HAD GIVEN BUT DON'T-tblnl- him blnlseed. from thla. THAT EVERY guy. YOU HEAR GOES AV.'AY whlstllnsr. YOU NEEDN'T worry. ALL'S SWELL. whistling. HAS NECESSARILY. BEEN ROBBING tho canary. OTHER THINGS Inspire. WHEN whistling. you say s THE ALMOST human malo. TO BLOW through his Hps. AND MAKE A RAISE, shrill noises. for cxamplo. header la on. OR A day oil when. A DOUBLE wonder the kept secret. You know the in- stant you light one that tho tobaccos in it are of prime selection, both Turkish and Domestic And tho blend well, you never tasted such smoothness and body! No "satisfy," that you're It can't "satisfy-blend- " be copied. is Did you know aboat tho Chesterfield package of 10? While you are Buying get the Best Hart, Schaffner & Marx CLOTHING Stacy-Adam- s BTTB Liggett & Shoes They go together LACY-COON- S Myers Tobacco Co. arcr" AND CO. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINGSVILLE. KY. PlalnvlIIe. W. B. Matnrriy, Junction City, was arrested by Sheriff Farris, Boyle County, on a charge of passing a worthless check. He was WOULD GO FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE Tennessee Farmer Wants to Go pm House to House and PRESIDENT HARDING Where President Harding Lives and Works VISITS CAPITOL KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Condenttd Nrwt of Inlerttt From AU Parti of the Stat ABLE TO "Jell Everybody About i URGES BONUS BILL BE PLACED ON SHELF UNTIL PURSE OF NATION IS FATTER. aniac. Accepts Full Responsibility For Action Certain Proponents of Veterans' Relief Measure Will Oppose Administration Plan, Tit Reported. Washington. Harding President Tislted tho Capitol unheralded and conferred for more than two houi-with his former colleagues on the Lexington. Miss Josephine Herring, University of Kentucky student a member of a camping party at Idle-wilnear Clifton, on the Kentucky River, was bitten by a snako and was taken to hor home here. Taducoh. Miss Sadie Minor Instructor in iJitln In the Paducah High School for the last four years, has been elected principal of the High School by the Board of Education semester. Miss Minor for the 1021-2will succeed O. J. Jones. 2 were called. Tho President retreated into the. President's room, situated Just off the Senate floor, and one by one conferred with an even dozen of the Senators, among them Frank 15. Wills, of Ohio. Senator Atleo Pomerene, of Ohio, Democrat, poked his head Into the room and asked, "How do you do?" The President and Senator Oscar W. Underwood, of Alabama, the Democratic floor leader, talked for a long time, supposedly about the bonus bill, Dlnera Follow the Leader. which Mr. Underwood opposes. He "People are, like sheep," said the Is a close personal friend of Mr. Hardcynical writer. "When a dinner is ing. The result of the conference Is to be ordered for a party of six there said to have been: 1. Indefinite postponement of action is generally one master 'mind who wtH select the kind of soup he wants. on the McCumber or soldier bonus Almost Invariably the others will take bill by recommitting It to the Senatr the same kind. So It goes down the Finance Committee, from which it Itac. There Is no Individuality, res, was reported with strong recommentill admit I usually suggest the more dations for its passage. expensive dishes to the master mind. 2. Consideration of only the legisIt boosts the check." New York Sua lation, such as tariff and tax measures, for which the special session purposely was called. 3. A "process of recesses" In the Sonata during the summer months whlje waiting for tariff and tar legislation to come over from the House. jyv UtHO ill. iuj I fk toMwmW go from .house tod the people about Ten-I. A. J. Livingston, n well-- . farmer, living near Ashland . Tetm. . "I bad stomach and kidney trouble and suffered torment with my back and ride. The doctors could do nothing for me. so I wrote to a friend of nttne la Nashville about Tanlac, and he advised me to try It. saying he had heard so many favorable reports about It and seat me a bottle. "After taking the first bottle I felt so uracil better that I ordered another bottle myself and the result Is I am a well man. I told a friend of mine about it ami ordered a bottle for him and be had good results. I can eat anything I want and It don't hurt me, can sleep like a log. To tell you the truth, I Just simply feel like a new awn and have more strength and energy titan I have had In years. It Is ebmfly the grandest medicine In the world. I would like to see all of my friends and get tltose who are suffering to try It. and I hope you will reach them through this testimonial, which 1 have gladly given." Tanlac, the celebrated medicine, which accomplished such remarkable results In this man's case, is a wonderful tonic, appetiser and lnvlgorant It ltwllds up the system, creates a lteaHhy appetite, promotes digestion and assimilation of the food and makes you feel strong, sturdy and weii as nature Intended. SeW by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement. nvV lt"l od formulation of a tentative legislative program. When It became known that the President was In tho Senate wing of tho Capitol the Republican sldo of the aisle became deserted except for Senator Heed Suioot, of Utali, who remained calm anil didn't even flicker wi eyelash. The President was sur rounded quickly, and retreated with his erstwhile colleagues Into the Senate dining room, where ho passed an hour lunching. Senator James B. Wat-siof Indiana, was among those who partook of the meal. This happened during the discussion of the McCumber soldier bonus bill and a call of "no quorum" was sounded. Headed by tho Republican floor leader. Senator nenry Cabot Lodgo, of Massachusetts, the runaways returned, but went away as soon as their names n, The entrance to A new and unusual view of the White House showing .he executive offices in the foreground. the executive offices is the door through which all visitors puss, who have business of any kind to transact, either with the President or his secretary. The President's office Is In the extreme renr of this building. Flemlngsburg. Arthur Collins was shot and killed by his wife at their homo at Plummers Landing, about 14 miles from hero. Five bullets struck him. The trouble Is said to have arisen over her having abandoned him. The wife was shot In the wrist She was arrested and Is in tho county Jail. Lexington. Dr. J. B. Miner, of the research department of the University of Pittsburg, has been appointed head of the psychology department of the University of Kentucky, It was announced here. He fills the vacancy caused by tho resignation of Dr. John J. TIgert to become United StatC3 commissioner of education. Springfield. Robert Baker, a farm er of this county, killed a snake that measured eleven feet !- length BRITAIN AROUSED OVER IRISH ISSUE OBJECTS TO TARIFF LAW GUNBOAT ARRIVES MEX. Americans Can Have All Facts Are Vital, French Say of Levies in List. Tint AT TAMPICO, LAND IN DEMAND Why Western Canada Can Take Her Pick of Settlers. Opportunities and Conditions There Appeal to the Most Desirable Possibilities of Ccuntry Proved. WbHe CaDada wants settlers, and Is pursuing every 'legitimate means to fcecsrc tbem, it Is realized, as pointed out by Hon. J. A. Calder, minister of immigration and colonization, that selection Is necessary, and' in order to keep undesirables out of the country Officer Made $14,500. Ottawa!. Testimony was given before n commission investigating soldier frauds in foreign exchange, in which it was charged the Canadian Government lost several hundred thou- legislation Is passed that will doubt less have this .effect As pointed out .the minlHter, the class of settlers 'which Canada stands most ready to welcome ane those who desire: C"oport"iulty to acquire good farm land, either free or at a cost wlthla their means. Opportunity to live In a country under healthful conditions and liberal laws and among an Intelligent and friendly people. Opportunity to live In & country where children receive free public education and where alt children are enabled to start In the battle of life with, as nearly as possible, equal advantages. Opportunity to live In a country where Industry applied to the land will produce something more than the bare necessities of life, and will afford' within reasonable time comfort and independence. Opportunity to live In a country where ambition Is not handicapped by any creed, birth, or class, but where every citizen has the right to aspire to the highest position In his or her chosen walk In life. These are the conditions which will appeal to the most desirable people for this or any country, conditions which, to a certain degree, make an automatic selection of the fittest Canada possesses farm lands In large areas which may be had free or at a cost within the reach of the settler of limited means. Vast 'areas are available for settlement within reasonable distances of railways. Land valy ues have In the last quarter of a received a tremendous impetus, sojtbat any good farm land which can stfll be secured In its raw state at reasonable .prices Is an attraction. Such lands today are probably more attractive to the settler than wore the free homesteads of the pioneer era.. The country has been tried out; Its possibilities have been proved; the trails have been blazed; the foundations have been laid. Railroads, telephones and public roads have been provided; market towns dot the praicen-tur- sand dollars, that a former Ottawa policemen made ?14,fi00 In this manner and left the country. The Government agreed, when Knglish money fell heavily, to pay to its returning soldiers the difference between the allowances they received abroad In English money and what these allowances Would mean In Canadian money at the normal rate of exchange. -- Although, agreeing to Washington. the bulk of the provisions In the naval appropriation bill, as voted recently by the House In attempting to dispose of differences between the two bodies, the Senate refused to yield on 19 amendments, and sent the measure back to the House with a request for further conferences. The amendments on which the Senate declined to recede Include provisions for two airplane carriers, aviation stations and increased expenditures for battle ships under construc$409,-000,0- Senate Stands Pat Paris. The French Government for warded to .1. .!u?enunl, French Ani- OF ARMISTICE IN lassador In Washington, fur transmis POSSIBILITY IRELAND AWAKENS GREAT sion to the State Department there, a protest of the French Chamber of EXCITEMENT. Commerce against the provision of the new American tariff law calling for Inspection of the books of French exAfrican Premelr, General Smuts, South to Dublin Unlets porters by American agents for the Will Not Return purpose of determining ad valorem ditOfficially Invited to Preside at Conties to be collected by tho United ference Crowds Block Streets, States. French exporters are said lo be disturbed greatly over tills feature London. Sentiment regarding the of the tariff measure, and declare that prospects of peace with Ireland Is un under no conditions will Inspection be dergoing spectacular fluctuations here, tolerated. where the topic Is monopolizing tho It is pointed out that such a privi attention of all classes of people. Pop- lege as the American law requests Is ular Interest in new development is not nccorded even to the French Govenormous. Crouds have been gather ernment except In unusual Instances. ed all day in the Strand and other The French in their protest say they main arteries of traffic buying every are willing to give to Treasury Departedition of Ihe morning and evening ment agents full rtatciuents upon newspapers. Posters plastered on the which the ad valorem tax can lit based. walls eloquently reflect violent revulAt the offices of the American Com sions of feelings from hour to hour. mercial Attat-hit was explained that The crowd waivers from hope to de- tho Treasury Department agents at spair, from certainty to doubt. of Par!-- , had made r00 Investigations Owing to the continuation of the exporters' costs of production within - the past year, and that tho ad valorem Foreign Office's pollcyof official secrecythe public Is plunged In perplexity duties collected at New York had been which only Is enhanced by variations based upon these reports, which connnd inconsistencies In the tone of semi sisted largely of voluntary statements official statements. by the exporters. The American rhe paramount question still Is tho Chamber of Commerce at Paris conarmistice. Information supplied from sidered the French protest at a meet au authoritative source was that a for- ing conducted in tho afternoon, mid mal written truce would be drafted at the matter was referred to the Spe Yet it wan cial Tax Committee. the Dublin conference. declared that the truce would take the The opinion was expressed, how- '.'gentlemen's over, that the law probably would form of an Informal agreement" that both sides would ab- have to be modified, inasmuch as it stain from organized hostilities as would be virtually Impossible to in long as negotiations are In progress. duce tho French exporters to consent General Jan C. Smuts visited Buck to Inspection of their books. It also ingham Palace, It Is understood, at the was said that there was a feeling request of the King, who desired to ob- among American business nen in Information about the Fiance that the provision would be tain statns of Sinn Fein sentiments. The found to be Impractical, but that a South African Premier will not return compromise might be reached by hav to Dublin unless he Is officially invited ing the French open their books to to preside at the conference at the public accountants. Mansion House. first-hand ORDERED TO MEXICO TO PRO- TECT AMERICANS IN THE OIL REGION. Obregon Government Refuses to Com ment on Situation Arrival of Ships Cause of Intense Excitement iTwo British Ships Ordered to Tamplco. Mexico City. Tho - In ci snal and the sua wot. " New Gun. Now York. A silent gun that will shoot fouMon explosive gas bombs 200 or 300 miles at a velocity of one to five miles a second is In process of development by Hudson Maxim and a roup of associates. The system is based on a new principle In the explosion of ordinary smokeless gunpowder. In a demonstration conducted in an floor of a New office on the fifty-firtion. York skyscraper, a steel bullet three Inches long and a half Inch in diameGerman Kultur. ter was shot through a "Lelpslc. Lieut-GeKarl Stenger, steel plate at a velocity pt one charged by the French Government mile a second. with having ordered troops under his command to take no prisoners and Epidemic Traced To Milk. kill wounded men during the fighting per cent Lexington, Ky. Eighty-fiv- e August MM, was acquitted by the of typhoid fever cases In this city German Supreme Court here engaged can be traced to a milk supply, acin the trial of cases against alleged cording to Dr. Mark V. Ztegler, of war criminals. Major Bruno Crusius, Washington, epidemiologist, who intried on a similar charge, received a vestigated the cause of the localized sentence of two years in prison and epidemic. Dr. Zleglcr does not at was forbidden to wear the German tempt to say where the milk was conuniform. taminated before it left tho dairy, but he announced that the supply hail been cut off and that the peak of Uie May Restore Sight eye grafting epidemic had been reached. Vienna. Successful was described by Dr. Koppanyl In a Robbed of $200,000. lecture before the Blol6glcal Society Philadelphia. Joseph Hascall, New here. Ho said that he had transplant od new eyes in blind fish and rats, suc- York jewelry salesman, reported to cessfully joining the optic nerves so the police on arrival here that a case that subjects regained sight Dr. Kop containing diamonds and other Jew panyl sketched a method by which he els valued at $200,000 had been stolen said It would be possible to restore from him on a train from New York. partial sight to blinded soldiers if Hascall said he had the case beside others could be found willing to sacri-fle- him at his feet and that he missed IT soon after leaving Trenton. an eye for the pnrpose. h United Statos gunboat Sacramento, sent to Mexican waters as a result of alarming reports reaching Washington, has arrived at Tamplco and Is anchored In the harbor there, according to advices received from that city. In View of the regulations of inter national lnw, which provide that for eign warships can enter the port of any friendly nation and remain for 24 hours, the Mexican Foreign Office has refused to comment upon tho arrival of the Sacramento at Tamplco. "The Mexican Government," said P. Ellas Calles, Secretary of the Interior and Chief of the Cabinet, "does not see In the (lisp:! tell of vessols to Tamplco a show of naval strength on tho part of the United States, Inasmuch as there is no conflict that might cause the hostile presence of those ships." President Alvaro Obregon refused to comment on the situation in t' c absence of ofllcial connniiii'mtion from Washington regarding the xcudliig of war vessels. Into MekTin waters. The President declared tile Government did not Intend to rescind the recent decreo increasing the taxes on oil exported from tho country, Faying that every barrel of oil taken from Mexico represented an exhaustion of natural resources that coul l not bo replaced. Tamplco advices describe the anchor ing of the Sacramento off the mouth of the Panuco River there, causing in tense excitement In the port, and how, later in the day, the commander of th warsijp visited Claude I. Dawson, tho American Consul. "Is a Sacred Mission." The Cleveland was expected to arNew York. Myron T. Herrick, for rive soon, while, according to n remer Governor of Ohio and appointed port in Tampico. two British vessels for the second time to be Ambassador n British Honduras waters have been to France, sailed on the steamship ordered to. Tamplco. France, of the Frencli Line, for his post In Paris. Mr. Herrick calls himTrials Ended. self the "Ambassador without a home." ondon. The trials of LIcut.-Gen- . Ills son, Pannley Herrick, he said, Karl Stenger and Major Bruno Cru had been Paris vainly for sius before the German Supreme Court two weeks tor a home. Before sailing at lipzlg, on charges growing out of Mr. Herrick said: "Mine is a sacred the war, preferred by the French Govmission, for tho world looks to us ernment, have been ended, according alone, to bring ubout the economic to a Leipzig dispatch to the Imdon reconstruction of Europe." Times. Sentence w'll be pronounced tills week. The public prosecutor Is tlrj Report To Be Offered. to havo abandoned declared London. David Lloyd George, Prime. 'barge that Stcngor rrdered his troops Minister, stated In the House of Com to take no prisoners uud to kill mons that ie was fairly hopeful of wounded men. being In a position to make a state e ment concerning tho Execution Is .Postponed, treaty soon. He added, however, that W. Va. Governor K. Charleston, such a statement would depend on tho F. Morgan granted n stay of execureplies received from the United tion for 30 days In the case of Hobart States and China. Premature declar Grimm, ordered to be hanged at the ation, Mr. Lloyd George asserted, State Penitentiary for the murder of would interfere with the success of Stephen Golchak, wealty Pittsburg tlh? negotiations now in progress. manufacturer, The stay was granted by the Governor after urgent pleas New Sultan Demanded. had been presented by friends of Athens, The Turkish Nutional Gov Grimm for commutation to life Imernment In Angora, according to ad prisonment. vices from Constantinople, has de manded that Sultan Mohammed VI, Train Strikes Auto. Warfren, O. Two persons were abdicate. The latter has replied he was ready to abdicate in favor of any killed instantly and five others In member of the Imperial family, with Jured seriously, two perhaps fatally, the exception of Prince Abdul Medjid, when an automobile was struck by an the legal heir, who belongs to the Na Erie railroad train at Ray's Crossing, near Courtiand. tionalist party, the advices add. Anglo-Japanes- app taken to Stanford and turned over to DO HER the Lincoln County authorities, as the alleged offense was committed In that county. After Loo; SafferiBg Mr. Siefert Was Restored to Healtb hj Louisville. Mrs. Arthur Graf was Injured seriously when the automobile Lydia L PinkWs Vegetable In which she, four other women aid Compound two small children were riding was struck by a motor car in which focr PottsvuTo. "I suffered soldiers were riding near Cook's Sta female trouble Pa. four or five yearswith and for tion, on tho Eighteenth street road, was very irregular. near Pleasure Ridge. The soldiers to do I was not fit stopped their car, but the women did my work at times and took medicine not ask their names. from a doctor and sB got no benefit I Owensboro. Walter Lanhan, 16, was aflK" 's saw Lydia E. killed Instantly by lightning on an InVegetable diana farm across the river from Compound adver( Owensboro. Ho was in a field with tised in-- the newsj Walter Smith when they saw an ap- -; papers and took it proachlng storm and started to a and got all right I gained twenty house. There was a flash of lightpounds or more and ning and both boys were knocked to the ground. Smith arose from the am now able to do my work. I recomground and saw that his companion mend the Vegetable Compound to my may was dead. The lightning struck Lan-ha- friends and you Mrs. use these facts as a testimonial.1' SALLIE SIEFERT, on top of his head, cutting a hole 313 W. Fourth Street Pottsvflle, Pa. through his straw bat The everyday life of many housewives is a continual struggle with weakness Frankfort A settlement of the and pain. There is nothing more wearcomplaint of the Louisville Board of ing than the ceaseless round of housebecome doubly hard Trade against the Southern Railway hold duties and theytrouble makes every when some female Company on the rate of $L34& put bone and muscle ache, and nerves all on Into effect December 20, 1020, from ff yon are one of these women do not various points on the Cumberland River to Burnslde and from there to Lou- suffer for four or five years as Mrs. isville by rail probably will be made Siefert did, but profit by her experience by the company restoring the old rate and be restored to health by Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. of $1.00. The case came up for hear- Pinkham'a ing at a meeting of the State Railroad Live Up to Their Name. Commission and both sides presented The French Invented the automobile. arguments by their representatives. and they also Invented the name. It Is derived from the Greek "Autos." self, Paducah. Organization of a Ken- and the French'moblle." movable, altucky Club in Paducah whoso purpose so uncertain and changeable. Perhaps Is to perpetuate the traditions of Pa- - It Is because of Its name that some h and to record all events of automobiles are so temperamental. took place at a meeting One can't very well call a thing uncer tizens held In the county court tain and unchangeable and expect It j. The attendance was good. to act In any other manner. to serve the club were C E. Purcell, president; Mrs. Turner, first vice president; James M. Lang, secretary, and . Seaton, treasurer. Constitution will be drawn immediately. Name "Bayer" on Genuine' WORK Pink-ham- m Od-chos- en ASPIRIN one- - of t item othc tion exec of t Con was also be roa the.' will In f iville. Hearing the walls of an Mrs. Albert Nichols, of Salvlsa, out onto her porch and found a tby neatly tucked Into a basket ; tiie little one from the basket flchols found the following note, ch was pinned a $5 bill: "Take f baby, and later more money ' How." Quite a lot of dainty othes were in the basket and Ids (ended to show that th lescrtlng mother Is a woman and refinement Ji. No trace of the yeggmen red three business houses In (town of Kevll, sixteen miles new uducah, has been found. Tho East i entered, the office of Paul An dealer, and blew the safe, fectl oflicl about $100. They also to n, of Thomas Penn, totalt Erator, and found the safe dnllu) gltmng ot value was stored eT The thieves broke Into a to 10C variouCnFKRTOiiauua public build- garage aad removed a roadster, but ings and on each ton a saving of after gaining the street the car balked. around 20 cents will be made. Winchesier. Plans for a wholesale Frankfort Holding that an act of jail delivery at the Clark County Jail the 1020 Legislature gives the State were frustrated here when Jailer J. S. Railroad Commission jurisdiction over Mulilns noticed peculiar actions of all concerns furnishing natural gas for some of the prisoners, and on InvestiIndividual users, the commission en- gation found that a section of bars tered an order fixing the rate for the had been cut. The cut looked as though National Gas Supply Company of a blowtorch or powerful add had been used. Among the prisoners Is Ova Bowling Green, to charge W. S. P. of slaying Roy of Cincinnati, at 15 cents per Faulkner, convk-tehundred cubic feet Commissioners Munn, a Powell County oil man, who Frank Burns and W. L. Kash held that escaped from the jail at Stanton and the act gave the railroad commission on being recaptured was brought here such Jurisdiction, but Chairman Sher- for safekeeping. man Cooper took an opposite view. The State Highway Commission let Frankfort Following a recent sur- contracts for the construction of the Ohio County, 4.3 vey of all of the public Institutions by following roads: o road, grade the State Board of Health and the miles, United Stites Public Health Service, and drainage, Costello Bros. & Mays, made at the request of the Board of Knorvllle, Tcnn ?Tfl00, of which the seventy county pays $20,000. Bell County, 2JS Charities and Corrections, o road, miles, cases of trachoma at the Institute were operated on by Dr. MIddlesboro to Tennessee line, peno-- t C. E. Downes. Of the number, three ration asphalt, Cordella-Bycr- s Winchester, $81,354, of which the boys. There were girls "and sixty-sevewith the county pays $37,000. Kenton County, has been a close work of tho State Board of Charities Covington to Latonla, half mile, on concrete base, Metzell & and Corrections by the State Board of Health In matters concerning the O'Hcarn, Covington, $25,764. general health and sanitation of the public Institutions. , Frankfort With the completion of the bridge over the Rockcastle River, Franftfort After nine months ot between Rockcastle and Laurel counwanderings, which took him to Canada ties, on the eastern Dixie Highway, n and buck. Chew Klein, who escaped contract for which was let by the State from the state reformatory September Highway Commission, State Highway p of last year, presented himself at the Engineer Boggs said there will be a front gate of the reformatory and ask- good road between Lexington and Tenn., for ijt least nine months ed admittance, saying that he was tired of belngihounded from place to in this year. The contract for the conplace, Klein was sent to the reforma-to-- - struction of the bridge was let to from. Iulsvllle to serve a sen- George M. Eady, and the Louisvlllo tence for robbery. He has two es- -. Bridge and Iron Company, for $70,000. ...o i.eiiit, on tue previous The commission also let a cop tract to Bridge Company, of one having been located in Louisiana. the Ylncennes Klein was one of the first men to es- Vincennes, Ind, for two bridges on the cape under the administration of for- Midland Trail in Boyd County, to cost mer Warden W. H. Meyer, making his $26,000. One bridge will be over Wil liams Creek and the other East Fork. getaway during a baseball gatne. ran-'yfllp, Hartford-OwcnsborFeeble-Mlnd-ed Manrlng-MIddlesborCon-pan- y, n rock-aspha-lt Jel-llc- o, Warning I Unless yon see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets yon are not getting genulno Aspirin prescribed by physicians for twenty-on- e years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told In the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism. Earache. Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also Aspirin Is the sell larger packages. trade mark of Bayer Manufacture ot Uonoacetlcacldester of Sallcycadd, The New Habit "Are you having any difficulty enforcing prohibition in Crimson Gulch 7" "No." replied Cactus Joe. "Man Is the creature of habit, and whllei we dunno whether we approve of It we can't help beln surprised at the number of men that has contracted the habit of not takln' n drink." or-n- ot Didn't Do the Expected. "It Is hard to forecast what a per-- , son will do or say under stress." said, a former army otflcer. -. lit; i" through a town In Kentucky during the war, when a sergeant came up to me and said that the town was the home of one of the men. who bad been married Just before he Joined the army, and that If we were going to stop for any length of time, perhaps the man In question might be permitted to see i-- his wife. "I hustled around and got word to the wife that her husband was on the troop train. She came a few minutes before the train was ready to leave. The soldier rushed out to meet her and Instead of throwing his arms around her he reached Into his blouse pocket and handed her a handful of Rather peculiar thing to do cigars after leaving your wife and enlisting and being under sealed orders that probably were takfhg you to France I 1 Bread for Austria. Swiss authorities report that Americans are now giving one substantial meal dally to 400,000 Austrian children Comfort Your Skin With Cuticura Soap and Fragrant Talcum Utr 2Sc, Cmtmut 25 ui 50c, Tilcw2Sc Dayton, ries and other agricultural districts; schools, churches, and all the marks of modern conditions' of life abound. Records which have been taken over a period of years establish the fact that Western Canada's grain production is greater per acre than that of probably any other new country. It Is worthy of note that the production of grain per acre In many of the older countries has Increased with the Intensified farming methods which the very high cost of land made necessary. This condition does not yet obtain to any extent In Canada, and yet the yield compares favorably with some such countries In which the cost of land is very much greater than It Is tn the farming districts of the Dominion. In most cases present owners of Canadian farm land who are not cultivating It themselves are willing to sell at moderate prices and on terms arranged for the convenience of the purchaser, provided that the purchaser Is prepared to go Into actual operation and bring the land under cultivation and cause It to produce. That Is the kind of,settler which Canada wants and to whom It extend pen arms. Advertisement car strike accordance with previously announced plans. Five hundred employes of six lines walked out following a meeting when the matter was put to a vote. The decision to strike almost was Alleged failure of the unanimous. companies to respect the arbitration agreement Is given as the principal cause, although the reduction In wages- - from G2 cents to 45 cents. maximum, figured in the deliberations known family. of the men. Three Killed In Crash: Detroit Midi. Two men and a woman were killed and a woman was Injured seriously when an automobile driven by Charles Butzln, of Dearborn, Mich, crashed into the engine of tho Pere Marquette line's Toledo express at the West Warren avenue crossing. The dead were : Charles Butzln, Dearborn; Frank Goulette, 38 years old. Artillery avenue; Mrs. Rachel Sharpe 25 years old, 5SS0 West Jefferson ave nue. .JThe Injured woman Is Lillian JHerrman, U2 years old, 4485 Cicotte Avenue. O. Dayton's third street In four years was called, In Car Strike. Given Coat of Tar. Worth, Texas. True to his oath to Ku Klux IOansmen, who first tarred and feathered him and then dumped him, naked, In the street In the heart of the city's business section, Benjamin Pinto, 2S years old. left Tarrent county. His whereabouts, according to his relatives and friends. Is unknown. The Klansmen, surround ing Pinto, ordered him to leave in 48 hours. "I will In less time," he answered, "but get after the others, too." Pinto is a member of a well Ft Taft May Be Taxed. Trotzky Placed In Prison. William Howard Taft, Washington. Paris. Reports have reached here from quarters that demand notice to as Chief Justice of the United States, the effect Leon Trotzky, Russian So probably will pay a tax on his income viet Minister of War, and Marine, lias of $15,000. And he will be the only been imprisoned by Nikolai Lentne, member of the highest tribunal In the the Soviet Premier, following the land who'll pay. Under n recent de Congress of the Third Internationale cision of the Court the Government No confirmation of these reports from cannot compel Federal Judges and official or other sources, however, is Justices of the Court to pay Income This Congress began ses- taxes if they were appointed before available. sions In Moscow a week ago, and It enactment of the income tax law. It was announced that more than 2,000 was held that the tax diminishes their delegates from all over the world salary while in office in violation of were present. the provisions of the constitution. Auto Hits Man In Bed. Delaware, O. Struck by an automo bile while asleep in his bed In his home here provided Levi Nackel the thrill of his life. Just before daylight Nackel became conscious of the fact that his bed was being pushed rapidly across the room. Opening his eyes and turning over, he found two glaring headlights confronting him. Nackel's house, one side of which was crushed In by the machine, Is located just off an abrupt right angle on the Ashley road. The car was driven by Burton Windsor, of Mt. Gilead. managed to carry on with extemporized lighting. This failed In the middle of the second act, but the audience came to the rescue with pocket-torche- Louisville. David Fahey, 60", for nearly half a century an employe of the Louisville Street Railway Company, was struck by an automobile at Preston and Oak streets, suffering Injuries which caused his death within a fw minutes. He was the second oldest employe of the company and was a drher of the old "mule cars" T. L. more than forty years ago. Dally, '34, a plasterer, residing at 933 South Shelby street was arrested immediately after the accident on charges of manslaughter and of driving a motor vehicle while drunk. Louisville. An attempted ovlctlon of a teaant at 641 South Seventh street resulted In the scooting and serious wounding of Mrs. Olllo Morgan, Morgan, 29, by her husband, Ralph. who leased an apartment on tho second floor to Pilkerson and his wife, Clarlne, told police that PUkerton d'd not pay his rent, nnd that he decided to make an 'attempt to collect Pllker-ton'- s arrears. All four parties were In tho hall and Morgan shot at PUkerton, according to the police, and the shot accidentally struck Mrs. Morgan In the left thigh. Money Flows Into Treasury. Washington. Total tax receipts by the Government for the fiscal year ending June SO were $4,003,033,248, of which 3,212,713,489 was derived from income and profit taxes, the Bureau of The Internal Revenue announced. statement was based on- - Collectors' telegrams of June 30, It was said, and It was explained It might be necessary to make slight changes. The statement showed that of the total collectpaid ed New York, with more than one fourth and led all Peace Design Proposed. Washington. Now that the United Stntes Is at peace It Is going to bo commemorated! Representative Albert II. Vestal, of Indiana, chairman of the House Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures, has been watting since Congress convened to report out a bill authorizing new coinage. With the signing of the peace resolution by President Harding, Mr. Vestal report ed his bill out favorably. It will change the design of all new dollar. coined, appropriate to the commemor- istates. ation. Comedian in Hard Luck 50 Vfc? Berlin, reports the London Dally Mutual Interests. "De man dat 'tends to his own busi- Express correspondent, has been sufness." said Uncle llben. "has cot tc fering from a new strike of electriInterest himself In other folks,' busi cians. The government employed solness, so cat ins ousiness kin help deli diers and Its new force of technical business along." Volunteers to break the strike. Is something cheapest bough! end often dearest paid tor. A rift off while operations were being performed and In one' case, It Is said, a child bled to death in the dark on the operating table. People also were exasperated at being obliged to walk home long distances In darkness Bitter feeling was aroused by the as bad as London In The strike was not without Its suddenness of the walkout In the One small theater trousers tecDltals the lights were suddenly est lighter Incidents. war-time. Monarch's Mummy Finally at Rest The mummy of the celebrated' Egyptian king, Rameses H, reposes In the Egyptian museum In Cairo. and the performance contin- The mummy was first Interred at and was subsequently ued for some time successfully. When the leading comedian was due concealed from grave robbers In the where It was to appear an nwkward pause ensued, shaft at and this continued despite encouraging found In 1881, and later removed to Finally, a tho museum mentioned. cries from the audience. shadowy form appeared In the darkest Every citizen of ancient Athens of portion of the stage, exclaiming In agonized tones: "I can't find my twenty years of age was entitled to s, l, SCRAPS French laws forbid painters using white lead or products containing It. Honey Is a more healthful sweet than cane sugar. Brighfs disease Is often traced to an excessive use or ragar. Honey contains iron and Is predlgestcd. By building two canals, one 45 and the other 30 miles long, and utilizing a river, the Italian government Is planning to connect Milan with the Adriatic sea. 1" rota. taking up and carrying out the acidity and gases which prevent good digestion. A tablet taken after meals brings quick relief. Keeps the stomach when healthy and helps to prevent the many Louisville. Injuries suffered he was buried from an automobile Ills so liable to arise from excess acid. stomach suffer caused the death of Spencer Van Den- - Don't you can from big box of miseries get a Eatonic when burg, 30 years old, Eastover Court for a trifle with your druggist's guarmanager of the Louisville Council, at antee. the Norton Memorial Infirmity. Mr. Van Denburgh was one of five men In George K. Dehler's car returning from the Round Table barbecue at Ten Broeck Farm, on the Brownsbora road. Mr. Dehler's car was struck by a smaller car at Chenoweth Lane, and hurled against a tree. The other ca A man 13 as old as his organs; he did not stop. can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep Nebraska requires tractors offered your vital organs healthy with for sale within Its boundaries to undergo official tests to determine their COLD actual ratings. 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STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE .1 BB mmY5TERY THE tfeL-op I SILVER DAGGE .t PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM RraMtrr DuMtraS tnrHir FaUtac Hctiam Colo ud to Cray and Faded Ha!ri Baotr ana jt. WlwrT Chera. w fca, ltctwtisw.T. ith trrt, iakr wlktar eav. Ua, by malt or at DrcC CliU. lIimsCbcKleatWorkaracboca,(.Z. 111LY GTOEAU Iocm. ta ooni HINDERCORNS arcra comfort tocm- tor all patsw tin KB AUTHOROP THE JTRANGZ C? CASB lULUyj f CAVENDISH WAI IONS - COPYRIGHT. ST RANDALL PAUniSH a note In code. Something had fright-enttl the lady, and she innile a night appointment over here." "Here! Ilow did she know the way I tut au Ple4 Killanywbm. DAISY FLY KILLER DISEASEand All Flies! attract Neat, rlMn, ornamental, connntent and will twit aofl orlnlnra aaythiriff. Gormntd. "A MILLION!" fimopsti. In a New York Jewelry store Philip Severn. United States consular acrent. notices a small 1oi which attracts him. He iHiri'lmpes It Later ho discovers In a secret compartment a writing giving a clew to a revolutionary movement In this country ostensibly seeking to overthrow the Chilean government but evidently International In character. The writing mentions a rendexvous, and Severn decides to Investigate. Finding the place mentioned In the writing apparently deserted, Severn visits a saloon In the vicinity. A woman in the place is met by a man, seemingly by appointment, and Severn, his suspicions aroused, follows them. They SO to the designated meeting place, an abandoned iron foundry. At the rendexvous Severn Is accepted as one of the conspirators and admitted. He meets a stranger who appears to recognise him. I out?" "She didn't, for the matter of that ; But she had been piped off on Jans' place, nnd agreed to be there ns soon as It was dark. I'm wondering If she showed up; let's go In nnd see." The three moved o(T down the still conversing In subdued tones, tin sharp accent of the Spaniard mixi prominent, and I became acutely aware of the black silence In vhteh I stood. There was no occasion for me to risk my life farther In nn effort to learn more. I had located th" secret rendezvous of this gang of revolutionary plotters. I was aware of their connection with the Chilean Junta at Washington, nnd it would be a comparatively easy matter now to capture I snw therefore no them reason why I should venture further, or endeavor to learn In detnll the nature of this message intrusted to the girl for delivery. My duty now wns to report wlint I hnd discovered, when tin? prompt arrest of Alva, nnd n few others, would end the whole scheme. It seemed simple enough. If I could only find my wny out safely. But escape unobserved wns fnr from being nssured. Any retreat by way of the lighted passage was Impossible; there were guards there at both ends; the only hope lay lit a blind effort for-pas-sng- t. FLY KILLER t roar dcakrar HAEOLD SOIiCKS. ISO JuiUt AvtUmUyii, K. T. ECZEMA gaa cured with Bismoline. Money bade if fret box does not show results. 60c by tnaU. F. H. Young & Co, Toledo, O. Old Ed Howe's Neighbor. and all skin troubles can be r Z jBBBBaar 4BBBBBBBGBlX If you a ant to talk blue talk; business all soiie to pot; country facing the worst time In Its history; haven't begun to see the hard times yet; prices going lower and half the merchants are s of the farms going to fall; will be foreclosed, and all that line of CHAPTER III Continued. conversation, don't come around nnd Times, In the first place talk It to the He pressed something In the we don't believe It. and In the second sliding bnck n panel, and disapplace it makes us feel bad nnd nervous peared, the rough boards returning Infor a while. Clay Center (Knn.) stantly into place. I was left alone, Times, staring at the spot where lie hnd disappeared. Beyond doubt the entrance Don't Forget Cutleura Talcum awaiting mc lay straight ahead, conWhen adding to your toilet requisites. cealed by the hanging curtain. I An exquisitely scented face, skin, baby stepped cautiously forward, listening; and dusting powder and perfume, rensome guiding sound from beyond dering other perfumes superfluous. for barrier, afraid to draw It aslile that Ton may rely on It because one of the and take a blind plunge Into the UnCutleura Trio (Soap, Ointment and known, I could detect the murmur cf Talcum). 25c each everywhere-Glas- s voices, several of them speaking Spanish, yet in such low tones I could disWorkers Lose Sight. Many of the workmen in the glass tinguish only nn occasional emia-slr.eword. There was no door befactories of Venice begin to lose their us; rlfit after they havo passed their for- tween nnd only that thick, hanging cur-taiI ventured far enough to tieth year ami soon become totally Mind. The impairment of vision Is draw this aside suulclent to peer caused by the excessive heat and the through with one eye. Beyond was a reasonably large room, but so dimly glare from the glass furnaces. lighted as to be scarcely visible from end to end: I could discern men presLADIES CAN WEAR SHOES lounging' nbout One else smaller and walk tn comfort by ent, a number of them, tulnc ALLrJNS JtOTEA8K. the anttiep-tl- c on chairs, their outlines being fairly rowdrr for th tttt-- Shaken Into tha revealed, but the light was not suffiahoes and aprtnkJM In the AUen'a t or new ahoea feel KootwBaee makea to give ar;caHonsea. prerenta BlUtars, Calloua and cient faces. It me any impression of sirea inatant relief to corn, bunions seemed quite possible their and Bora Spots.that I might slip In unobserved, nnd pass among them unrecognized except Substituted. dls-"So you have taken to carrying through nccldent. But the risk of covcry was too great. I must find some nrojmd a monkey 1 This Is going too other point of entrance. tar J" The private doorway through which "Well, yon never go anywhere with me." was Ms wife a somewhat Wine haa disappeared gave me the thought that there might also be othambiguous retort. ers. I dare not follow after him, but If there was another opening to be Al Bert -- How do these lore trl-a- found I was perfectly willing to ex plore Into Its mysteries. The search usually end?" Phil Bert "Most of them turn Into a wreck-- . was brief, yet the very nature of the rough board wall made concealment tangle." Science and invention. Impossible. Behind the dangling coats I uncovered what 'I sought, and not a moment too soon. Even aa my hand touched the exposed latch, a murmur two-thirdside-wall, d foot-batJfs-h1 w anl. I accepted thebnly course possible, nntl began to 'feel my way to the left, skirting the wall of rough boarding, until It widened out Into whnt was apparently the larger room beyond. No sound reached me from any direction, the silence and darkness oppressing me, ns though they had weight. Yet one fnct became more nnd more clear the deliberate purpose with which this deserted Iron factory hnd been prepared for a secret rendezvous. Apparently, from without, It stood grim, desolnte and deserted, yet the Interior 'arrangements were sueh that ' ' aXaLR. '''' g my ears mere were new arrivals questioned, and admitted. The panel slid back silently In Its grooves, nnd I peered through the re vealed opening Into absolute darkness. All I could be sure of, as exhibited by the dim light of the passage, was n single step downward, and then ap-- 1 parently a strip of earth floor, I dare not wait and meet those entering; there was but one choice of action. I pressed through the orifice, forced the panel back Into place, and stood erect So Tightly Grasped at the Throat as tc In the Intense darkness nnd silence, Be Nearly Strangled. listening for the slightest sound. I was still motionless, my heart conspirators could meet securely Inbeating fiercely, when several men en- side, protected from observation, In tered the passage I had Just left rooms through whose walls no gleam Pressing my ear against the thin cracj; of light might be visible from either I distinguished words so ns to piece' street or nlley. Only an accident, or together scraps of conversation. It constant vigilance without, could The purified and refined seemed to me there were three voices the true use to which the building one speaking Spanish entirely, the wns now being devoted. This knowlcalomel tablets that are others using English. One of the lat- edge rendered the peril of my own ponausealeUa safe and sure. ter spoke first I could be sition the more Intense. Medicinal virtues retain" "Tis a dirty night out, but good for killed, murdered, and no man would Sold ed and improved. our purpose. You came by motor, ever be the wiser. I would simply only in settled packages. AlonroT' vanish, nnd that would be the "No. Wine said that was too risky. end. Price 35c I walked from the cor Hnp. What's At that moment I had no thought but A up? Do you know, Captain?" to discover some means of escape. The The fellow addressed exploded in knowledge of the danger I was in Spanish. robbed me of all courage. I was like "Why you call me that? I tell you a child afraid In the dnrk. I moved my namel" forward, Inch by Inch, feeling my wny "It's safe enough In here, but Til be along the rough planking with one DRJ.D.KEU.OGG'S ASTH UA REMEDY careful outside. What was this meet- hand, my limbs actually trembling un for tho prompt rotlaf of Asthma ing called for?" der me. If I could only find some and Hay Favor. Ask your "It was a message from Washing- opening; see some gleam of light; 23 Canta and one dolton, orders maybe, that wc act soon. break away from this terrible silent lar. Wrtta for FREE SAMPLE. Kerlkrop & Lyman ConlnC,Bftlo,N.Y. I hope darkness. Is Mendcz I supposed I was moving with the ut "From Washington? most caution, every nerve on edge. here?" "Saprlsta, no! Can he move with- feeling a way forward with bonds and out a dozen spies at1 his heels? He find feet Once I stepped upon a shell of a messenger no one ever suspect. She somo kind which crunched beneath the bring the word." weight, and again my groping hand dislodged a small block of wood, which "She? A woman?" "Sure I that was better. No one fell with a slight clatter. I halted know her; no one ever see her with both times, my heart in my mouth, yet d our people. It was a good trick, nnd nothing happened, and I moved again confident of not being over It fool the pigs." A HOUSEHOLD "But who is the woman?" heard. NECESSITY FOR BURNS. BITES. CUTS, I could not have told what It was The other uttered a gruff exclamation of disgust that halted me. I remember I stopped f ITCHINGTsnirai r spiip SON AND "If I know, you suppose I tell? Not as though shot, my very breath sus much, but I do not know. They trust pended, one foot still uplifted In a step ALL DRUGGISTS. cuABAirrctD v her is it not enough? Tis my guess forward, my eyes staring nelplessly vO SOLON PALMER she come special for to do this." into the black void. The silence was "She is a Chilean then?" that of a tomb. I could feel the "Maybe; maybe American, Spanish. perspiration flow down my face in a What difference it she be In our serv- stream; it was an Instant of torture. ice? They know what she Is; tonight Then an unseen hand gripped me and t glared Into my she is Marie Gcssler If has the sound nn electric Beyond this I care eyes. of Switzerland. nothing." CHAPTER IV. But you have seen her, perhaps?" Pesky Devils P. D. "Not a sight ; none of the hoys have. Quietus, not as Insect powI Thief. She was to meet Alva at Times square Become a der but a cheirleaJ, no muss or oust, ana ctuaujr kuis this noon. I went with him, but no Tbe sudden, unanticipated attack, Bed Bugs, Boaches, Tleaa sad Ants, and their ers as VfaTTTM girl Just a messenger boy there with the burst of dazzling light la my eyes. welL Sic package makes a T can Ton, or mailed prepaid upon receipt of price by the LONDON IS HIT BY NERVES grandfathers used to talk about their gout and women who have struggled Owl Chero, TVortcs, Terro Haute, Ind., Genuine P. D. for the last few years to make a treasQ. is never peddled. Strain Has Wrecked the Health ury note go as far as a sovereign used War CABBAGE FIANT8 NOW BEADT By xsalL ef Thousands of People, Say to, now talk about their nerves Instead auna xor lata piantias prapaia. waai the Doctors. of about their servants. ILK; t.tet tltt; (Or. I1L0 J Jt. 4(e; tot.and ui Tomato, ltl. Canliaowar W. They have given up servants and PIERS. R. X, HASSILLON. OHia London, The trials of war and suffer from nerves Instead. tOc for S plaeea hUn- MC8ICIAS Send and claustroBoth agoraphobia ciaaa moaic. vajoe l. elite Kisa .wantea. worries of peace have played havoc Add. Smith's, ltU Monroe, Naihvllle. Tenn. of thousands of phobia, widely prevalent in England, ...... with thwho nerves knew they possessed are forms of nerves not so common ammn. racx nyarii never persons as the snappy temper form of nerves, any until 1014, say physicians. Men who went through the war now but more common thao they csed to tWgN.aUCINCINN ' tel about their nerves as their great- - be. te-tn- The next time ask for you buy calomel l alotabs rendered me for the moment dtterly tightly helpless wns hllndril. and grasped at tin1 throat as t be nearly I only dimly realized strangled. that was a man, hW grip that niy of a giant. Then, to my surprise, tho fellow laughed oddly, snapping out his li'Iil. and releasing his grip. "Well, If thin don't beat h 11." be aid, in the tone of cheerful dlsstist. "t'onie In here and let me look you o or." His hand closed on the sleeve of my coat, and before I scarcely found time to catch my breath again I had been dragged through a narrow opening and heroine aware that a door shut silently behind me. The fellow gave me little opportunity to either net, or think. A match Dared, and was held aloft to n gas J.t which Instantly broke Into a dull Maine, sullli'lent to render visible the full extent of the small room In which wo way 1 Mood. In some was aware of bare walls, of a small table opposite with some writing materials on it, and a short bench covered by a blanket. I suppose I saw these things, yet all thnt I seemed to perceive was the man fronting me. who stared In my face, n quizzical smile on his lips, ns though still half uncertain of the reality of my presence. He was tall, a trille angular, but exceedingly with closely trimmed beard nnd peculiar eyes deeply set In a rather chalky face. He broke the silence, evidently Inclined to look upon this meeting ns a Joke. "Don't recognize me, I reckon? Well, thnt 'iln't to he wondered at, for likely enough you never saw mc before. BeatK the devil though why you should drift in here; now I suppose It will have to he Ills words and manner gave mc a new lease on life. Whoever the follow might he he was seemingly friendly. I must meet the fellow in that same spirit and endeavor to extract from him some knowledge of whom he supposed me to lie. "1 do not quite get the drift of nil this," I ventured. "You Imply that you know mo." "H II, yes. Over in Bow Street, on the other side. The Hartlehury robbery case. I'd been hearing about you for years', and when that came on, I took n chance and drifted Into court one day Just to see whnt you looked like. You've shaved your mustnche, and look ten years younger, but I knew you, all right. I never forget a face. Say. who put you onto this game Waldron?" I nodded, tnklng n chance. "I'd have bet my life he was the guy. I might mo have known.be would double-cros- s some wujv Of course a tip's a tip in this game, and I don't blame you for hnrnlilg in. Naturally you never knew this wns my gnmc how could you? Waldron never said a word about me, did he?" "Not once." "That is how I had It sized up, so t don't hold nny grudge against you. Now listen," nnd he bent forward confidentially, lowering bis voice, so I could barely distinguish the words. "We'll tnlk It all over later, when we're alone. 'Tnln't exactly safe here, for these walls are thin, nnd there is quite a bunch around tonight. There's plenty for the two of us. If we play the cards right, and we'll let Waldron hold the bag. What do you say, Daly?" So my name was "Daly." Well, that was Interesting at lenst, although It gave me no new light. However, nothing remnlned for me to do except ngree to his blind proposition. "That's, mighty handsome of you. What's the figure?" "A million 1" enthusiastically. "Walt until I get n chnncc to explain the plan ; It looks like Providence hnd Just handed us put the money." "Why not explain the scheme to mc." "Not now; there ain't time." He glanced at his watch, "and besides, for all I know, some guy might be listening In to whnt we say. You see there s Is n bunch o In there waiting for mfe to give them n song nnd dance. I'm the big end right now, but I've got to sing low until I'm sure whnt word these guys have got from Washington. After thnt I'll know how to trim sail. You wait until I come bnck, Daly, and then we'll plan this thing out. You think I'm aiming to play fnlr, don't you?" nt Iron-gray llfty-flftyhell-cnt- "taPROVED FINDS WOMEN HARD TO SUIT H SundaySchool T iBy . D.. lttiV ! U FIT.WATUlt. T.aclier of Kngllsh lllble In the Moody bible liiMltutu of l lilrugo.l 1. I3.'l. Western Newspaper I'nton.) They All Expect Beautiful Pictures, According to Wail Made by London Photographer. People wcro never eo fastidious about their photographs ns they ore today. That Is the conclusion I have come to after ."0 years' experience. One reason for this is the develop, The famment of rapid photography. ily album type of photograph Is dead. The snapshots killed It. Now everyone wants to bo "taken" naturally, with none of the stillness nnd artifi- n i aSSKaSSTiH9SKnBBBaMSW ibiiiI Net Contents 15)?lmdl)ractai CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Lesson T III E LESSON FOR JULY 17 THE CONVERSION OF SAUL, LUSSON TEXT Acts 3:l-ljUOLDKN TKXT-T- hls Is a faithful saying, and worthy of ull that Jesus cume Into the world lu nave sin ncrs; of whom t am chlff. 1 Tim. 1:15 KEKEItENCE MATERIAL Ac :A5TD Y lfl LC0H0L-3PEKs.li- n .Ji Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tbe of r T ciality thnt characterized the photographs of our grandmothers. In those days the photographer Invariably mm :iM:oatneToMtrrRuli-- 1 ugw a. rti:i-:- i TOI'iC-Lcarn- Jesus. .JUNIOR TOPIC 1'itIMAHY lng to Obey ChrU-Uan- Saul Becomes u r INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC The I'liarisee Betomes a Christian. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC A Study of Paul's Conversion. I. Saul's Burning Hatred of Jesus 1, 'J). Saul knew full well that unless the Kiownii'iit set on foot by Jesus was stopped it would supersede Judaism, but be was entirely Ignorant of the enlus of Christianity. Christianity thrives on persecullon. Prosperity may ruin the church, but persecution never. The noble display of fulth by Stephen In sealing his testimony with his blood did not soften Saul's spirit, but rather Intensified his hatred for Jesus ami Ills disciples. It made him more determined than ever to stamp The In out this Nazarene heresy. tensity of ids madness nnd the extent of its operations are best set forth In his own words (see Acts 2J: 4 and . He obtained authority Acts from the chief priests to carry on this murderous work. II. Saul Kicking Against the Pricks (vv. The figure here Is that of following the ox the eastern with n sharp Iron fixed t the end of a pole. The animal Is prodded on with this Instrument and If It Is re fractory It kicks against this sharp Iron and Injures Itself. This Is a picture of Saul ns he was madly fight ing against Jesus. I. A light from heaven (vv. 3, In). The time hnd come for the Lord to Interfere. Saul Is stricken with blindness nnd falls to the earth. This nccentuuted physical demonstration the workings of his conscience which doubtless were going on, quickened by the Holy Spirit as He used Ste phen's testimony. (vv. 4b. S). A voice from This wns the Lord's voice calling Saul by name and asking, "Why persecutest thou me?" This moved Siiul to In quire. "Who art thou. Lord?" The answer came. "I am Jesus whom thou persecutest." ns If to say persecution of the church Is persecution of Jesus. Christ Is so closely Identified with that He feels their sufferings and regards treatment of them as treatment of himself. S. "What wilt thou have me to do?" (v. 0)). The dlctntur Is now willing to he, dictated to. The Lord told him to go tlnto the city where Information .would be given him as to what he mu't do. L Saul entering Damascus (vv. The haughty persecutor goes quite humblyi Into DaiSascus led by his attendants. Tor the bpaco of three days je remained In blindness and fastlnl. What ,wcr.t on in his soul In Ibose days no mortnl eon know, but we may lie assured that he, like the Lord In the wilderness, was too deep In meditation and prayer to der sire food. Doubtless In this time he got hold of the truths which he later proclaimed to the world; for his conversion wns the basal fact, of Ills In these awful days his theology. whole soul and being were being reorganized by Je.ms Christ. III. Ananias Sent to Saul (vv. iw. 1!(S:10-12)- i s ). Here appears upon the scene a hitherto unknown disciple. 1. Ananias' vision (vv. ). In this vision the Lord appeared nnd Instructed him to go to Saul, tie' gave hlra the name of the street nnd Saul's "Gentleman George." (TO BE CONTINUED.) WEDNESDAY IN HOLY WEEK dls-ap;e- Solemn Ceremonies In Slstlne Chapel Commemorating the Death and Resurrection of Christ At the office of the Miserere, which sung in the Slstlne chapel at Rome on WednesdAy of Holy week, n ceremony takes place In which a triangular candlestick, upon which are 15 can dles, corresponding to the number of psalms recited, Is placed at the epistle I side of the altar. After each psalm, one of the candles Is extinguished by a master of cere monies nnd after the benedlctus tho candle on the top Is alone not extin guished, but Is removed nnd concealed behind the altar and not brought out until the end of the service. 'While the canticle Is sung the six candles on the altar are extinguished as well as those above the rails. The custom of concealing the last and most elevated candle and bringing It forward burning at the end of the service, is an allusion to the death and resurrection of Christ. In the same manner the other candles extinguished one after the other may represent the prophets who were successively pub to death before tbe crucifixion of their Lord. Is drug-Klstfo- if PALMER'S LOTION for-wnr- ' host, and Informed him tffnt Saul was now a praying man and that he had prepared Saul by the vision for the coming of Ananias. 2. Ananias' fear and hesitancy (vv. He knew of Saul's mission and the authority by which he came. The Lord encouraged him to go, assuring him that Saul Is no longer an enemy, but a chosen vessel to hear His name kings, and the before the children of Israel. 3. Ananias' obedience (v. 1"). Ills fenrs being removed, Ananias went to the houso where Saul was staying, put his hands on him nnd affectionately addressed him as "brother." The savage persecutor Is now n brothei In He Informed Saul that the Christ. Lord had sent him with a twofold mission: (1) "That thou mlgiitcst receive thy sight ;" (2) "Be filled with the Holy Spirit." He received sight forthwith. It is not said as to whether he received the Holy Ghost then, but his life's work proves thnt he did. 1. Saul baptized (w. 18, 10a). After Saul received his sight Annnlas bap tlzed him. Since Ananias was not a church official it is clearly Implied that official rank Is not necessary for the administration of baptism. The Lord bestows the gift of the Spirit upon whomsoever He will, nnd may designate anyone, whether occupying an official position or not. to lay hands upon individuals. Thlsls es pecially significant since Saul's minis try wns to be entirely Independent of the other apostles. ). used the formula, "Look pleasant, please t" or "Now smile!" with the result thnt It Is almost impos4 ThrttvIromoljniDSrttof sible to find In any family album of MidRcstCaflOSS the period a photograph that could be said to be an actual likeness of Its lHIncral.1 subject as he or she appeared at the time. Tho modern photographer, with a knowledge of psychology ns a necessary pnrt of, his equipment, realizes thnt no one can smllo naturally to eTsSwJSjS order that the genuine smile comes from within. Consequently he does i..iri.lPme(fvfcf not exhort the sitter to assume nny particular expression, but seeks to catch the best possible likeness smile J X A c-- Sl.KE? or no smile. This, Incidentally, he often mnnnges to do without the sitter's knowledge. Experience has taught me that a woman's Ideal cf a photograph differs greatly from n man's. Her ideal is beauty; his Is personality IndividualTJKVV XWjY ity. Women hate to have their wrinkles shown in their photographs; men like them. "Don't eradicate my lines." a famous general said to me recently. "It Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CCHTAUn COMFAHT. NCW TO Bit CITT. has taken 35 years of soldiering to produco them !" But women seem to regard the phoAre Corns a Luxury? Around the Clock. tographer ns a beauty specialist The When Is a luxury tax? RepresentaYes, boys," continued the steep photograph of the average woman retelling "true" nnd tive Aaron S. Krelder tells this story: lejack, quires a good deal of touching up e thrilling who was A woman went Into a restaurant and stories, "yes, I was working on she Is satisfied with it A Photogelock tower one nfternoon nbout 12 ordered a plate of lee cream, and when rapher In the Continental Edition of a minutes to 0, when I slipped, slid down she came to pay. she had a check for the London Mall. the roof nnd caught on the long hand 15 cents and 2 cents was added to It There I dangled while She asked: "What does that 2, cents of the clock. the town folks collected below. So I mean?" Our Glorious Emblem. "Well," she was told, "15 cents for When Vermont and Kentucky were yells to 'em, "Say, you folks, go home your Ice cream andl 2 cents luxury to your suppers, Itil be close to half admitted to the Union congress dean hour before I drop." Houston tax." creed that after May 1, 1705, "the flag She paid it, and then she walked of the United States be fifteen stripes, Post. across the street to the drug story and alternate red nnd white, nnd that the. asked for a corn plaster, and she got union be fifteen stars, white In a blue Important to all Women a check for 10 cents, and 1 cent added. field." It was seen that the addition "What is Readers of this Paper She said:Is the luxurythe 1 cent for?" a stripe for every new state would of tax." "That flag from time change the aspect of the "Well." she snld. "this Is the first to time, so on April 4, 1818, congress Thousands upon thousands of women time I ever knew that corns were a passed n resolution reducing the num- have kidney or bladder trouble and never luxury." ber of stripes to thirteen (one for each suspect it Now that Is the way It goes. There omen s complaints often prove to be of the original colonies) and declaring are a great many things to be "conkidney trouble, that a new star should be added for nothingofelse but or bladder disease. or the sidered in discussing tax propositions. kidney reralt each state. Thus for twenty-thre- e From the Nation's Business. If tbe kidneys are not in a healthy con years tho official flag had fifteen dition, they may cause the other organs strfpes. to become diseased. You may suffer pain in tbe back, head ache and loss of ambition. Make Odd Collections. Poor health nukes you nervous, irrita ttswb the Tims to Cat Rid el The eccentricities of collectors make ble and may be despondent; it makes any Thesa Uflr Spats. amusing reading. Kate Yaugtan, ths one so. tbe sllfhtert There's bo lanceryour freckle, asBsd et Otnlna fseltng- - unimed of But hundreds of women claim that Dr. famous English dancer, used to collect to remove danbla itrength (a Swamp-RooKilmer's by restoring theee homely apots. penny toys. Small cannon bod an at doonla just Simply set health to the kidneys, proved to traction for Lord Powerscourt, while the remedy needed to overcome be such etrenstb from an ounce et Othlne apply a your drusslat, and Ultle of It nlrht asd mornlnr and 700 Miss Rothschild had a partiality for conditions. . should aoon saa that avail the worst rreekltf pipes. Dolls, women's stockings, hang Many send for a sample bottle to see t s . ... hnn tn itla9oar. whila tha aeldota hara Tanlahad entlretr. It great kidney, onea mora than ona ounce la neededla to comman's ropes, and Instruments of tor what Swamp-Roothe that ture fascinate some collectors, while liver and bladder medicine, will do for pletely clfr the skin asd tain a beautiful Dr. others spend time and money in ac- them. By enclosing ten cents to you clear complexion, i, for tha double strength Ba ssra to ask Y.. quiring royal relics the handkerchief Kilmer & Co., liinghamton, N.by Parcel Othlne, aa this Is sold undr suaxantea-. at money back It It falla to remova frecklemay receive sample size bottle on which Charles I blew his nose, tbe Post. You can purchase medium and table napkin on which William HI large size bottles at all drug stores. ! PUT BABY IN SECOND PLAC- wiped bis hands, the teacup from which George HI drank tea. London DIAMOND WORN BY CARLOTTA Small Sister Would Be All Right, Said Mail. Little, Miss, but Oh You Player-"Maxlmllllan Stone," With Unhappy Piano! Be Seer Fastest Star Can't History, Is Now on Exhibition The fastest star travels through at New York. nb1 taUhnrt-- h m!a Is space at a speed of about 300 miles a enamored of the 'baby next door. Yes-second. Tills celestial racer Is Invis diamond. fpnlfir the Interviewed her mother: A great greenlsh-whlt- e ible to the naked eyes, but has a known as the "Maximllllan stone," Is subject rhe practicability of having a number of other means of Identlfica on exhibition for tbe first time In this baby sister of her own. The mother Hon for the convenience of astrono country at New York. Like all large was sympathetic, but pointed out that mers. gems, this stone has a history which babies are expensive. is not happy. It was found 4n Brazil "How much would a baby cosw New Aquatic Sport about 1S50, and In Its rough state A new aquatic sport Is afforded by weighed nearly 50 carats. Ferdinand asked the "Oh, I don't know Just how much, a buoy in which a person Is kept per- Joseph Maxlmllllan, then archduke of fectly dry, bis legs encased In trousers Austria, traveled extensively In South but a great deal," her mother an on which are fins with which to propel America. While he was in Brazil he swered. " the "As much ns a himself through water. bought the diamond. It is said, for a youngster pursued. price approximating $375,000. was "Yes, more than a player-pianThe Unforglveable Defects. The Jewel today is in the same con the answer. "There are only two crimes men dition as It was when worn by the Then said the young miss decisively, never forgive women ; one Is plain Marie Charlotte In Maxlmllllan's "I think we'd better get a player-ness accompanied by dullness; the fchort reign In Mexico. xewtiTK isews. other is dullness accompanied by When Maxlmllllan was executed a piano. "The Indignant Spin-- commission was designated, to sell the plainness." Waiting for the Doctor. sters," by winirrea. diamond along with other gems that Tbe waiting, room of the doctor's had been part of the gorgeous court Be True to Yourself. vThe stone was bought by an American. office was full 'of patients. The docI look upon the simple and childish As part Of his estate the diamond Is tor opened the door of his private ofvirtues of veracity and honesty ns the again to be sold. fice and called: "Who is next?" root of all thnt is sublime In charac "Well, what do you know that's you think, be whnt you ter. Speak os news?" asked the doctor, as the next Eliminate Worthless Pictures. are, pay your debts of all kinds. If pictures are worth framing have man started to enter the door. Rmerson. Before the doctor could shut tha Otherwise put them them framed. away or throw them away. Don't let door of the private office all the peo-- I Not He. the younger members of the family le In the waiting room beard him "Aw, well." said the philosophical pin pictures on the wall. The edges reply: "I was Just reading hired man, "you can't make a silk curl and they soon become unsightly Dewey has captured Manila bay." purse out of a sow's ear." Small, fussy bric-a- dust collectors. life," returned an "You bet yoi He who has misgivings at the start brac should be avoided for the same other son. of sloth, "I ain't going to reason. will never finish anything. try to unless the old man raises my wages." Many dislike excursions, but nobody makes a man A little learning dislikes excursion rates. dangerous company for hlmset And Recreation. Visiting Curate Mandy, is It necessary for you to leave all these young children at home and go out to cook? Mandy Yes, sir; the doctor says I needs, a rest PI lingtAcStotcacasana Signature In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA bo-for- FRECKLES lla-ht- t, t, I player-piano?- Era-pre- ss where-Admir- CINCINNATI HARKETS. I Clc, flash-ligh- Kills Pesky Bed Bugs P.D.Q. Had Some Start y streets in this town?" "Any asked the Boston man, who was visiting California In his car, adjusting his spectacles. "Well, stranger," replied the native. "we had one once, but when we got one-wa- that last earthquake that street commenced going every-whlc- one-wah y way." Courage may be largely calloua nesa; but that kind Is valuable, too. Agoraphobia is the fear of open spaces and claustrophobia the fear of confined places. Well-Know- n Teaching of Jesus. Tbe teaching of Jesu3 Is revolution ary as to the supreme things. He never gave a little answer to a big question. When a clever man asked Him: "Who is my neghbor?" Jesus gave a reply that opens vistas of mean ing that yet challenge and surprise the world. Your neighbor Is anybody In the world who needs you. He may bo in your home, your neighborhood. anywhere In the world. Not Speedy. lolse of tbe rapid-firrestaurant "Yeh," returned Claudlne of tbe same establishment "But Lord, he's slowl Why, he's been out with me twice, and we ain't engaged yetl" e Corn white 6203c, No. 4 white 01C2c. No. 3 yellow Gle. No. 3 yellow oim No. 2 mixed WifoVAC Sound Hoy Timothy per ton S10.50 clover mixed $lG..r0. Wheat No. 2 red $l.201.22. No. 3 red $1.17L10. No. 4 red $1.14 1.16. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 30c, centralized extras 3Sc, firsts 33c, Hay and Grain. No. 2 white C3G4c, No. 3 "Will You Have A Lift" If you have reason to uelieve, as many have, thai: a change from coffee or tea would he wise,try Postum Cereal YovlH fancy dairy 2oc. Eggs Extra firsts 20c. firsts 26c, ordinary firsts 24c. lb and Live Poultry Broilers 1 over 34c. fowls 5 lbs and over 23c, fowls 4 lbs and over 23c, under 4 lbs 21c, rodsters 14c. Live Stock. craart-urugg- uts rup-Tfl- "Pint Is a nice little fella." said He Cattle Steers, good to choice $7.25 SD7.75. fair to good SG072o, common to fair $46.50, heifers, good to choice $6.508. fair to good ?5.50 6.50, common to fair $405.50; canners siocs steers ?12, stock heirers $5(G.oO. Calves Good to choice S1212-50- . fair to good $1112. common and large 5 9. iTom harm to nerves or digestion When coffee or tea disturbs, its easy to get up where you belong, others have found complete satisfaction to taste, and freedom find what thousands of : bj. i Swept 600 Feet In Canal, Lives. Holyoke, Mass. In an attempt to A True Friend. commit suicide, John Ivanovlcz, aged Miss Withers What would you do forty-flv- e of South Hadley Falls leaped into the first level canal of the Hoi If I should refuse you? Mr. Smart See if I couldn't And yoke Water power company, was swept over a dam and carried some other fellow who would be will more than 500 2eet down the canal by Ing to propose to you. Boston tne current before rescued. 20-fo- Sheep Good to choice. $4 4.50. fair to rood $2G4. common S1L50, lambs, good to choice S1L5O012, fair to good SSU.o". Hogs Heavy $10.10, choice packers and butchers $10.25, medium $10.25, common to choice heavy fat sows, $650 37.75. light shippers $10.25, pigs (110 lbs and less) $7sH.oa "There's a Reason Sold by grocers everywhere Postum Cereal Co,hc Battle Creek.Mldi. Hadebv brb! - f' . ii . mi. j.'LwotJSfVt'' ''1r ' r OWIRGSVILLE OUTLOOK! . lr 1 r 5- - home Sunday nftcr spend- a week wth friends :iml relatives KY. ...vlNUSVlULE. '.ere. Published Weekly, Mr. Carl l'enix, of Ashland, lier parent, VA'n llighlcy mid Entered according to act of Con- press, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post.ifo Iieio last week. matter. office as second-clas- s Miss IVarl lVrgicni visiteil InenJ subscription in Winchester last week. THE OUTLOOK'S tes nre as follows: Mrs. fleorge Warner nnd sister. i Year $1.50 V. V. 7.rie. Miss Liz7.it Stvnrtr. visited nth in Owingsville lust 4.V. Powers, ami wife Months Sumlay. E. D. THOMPSON. Mr. nml Mrs. E. Swartz were the - - - Kentucky. 'rjsvIHe. guests of their uncle .lack Italian! THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1921 anil wife Sunday. Mr. Knssell Northeiitt and hoiis. .JEMOCRAW ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge j of Ashland, were the guests of lier sister-in-laMrs. Toy Swartz Inst S. O CROOKS. j .t ' ls-:l- .m;rl Bom to Perry MeKee. and wife, recently, a daughter. Died, Snturdny July !), the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jones. It was two years of age and had Iteen afllieted from birth. The fololwing spent the day n Iho mouth of Fox: Mr. and Mrs. Johnd son Young, Owingsville, Mrs. Snedegar, of Wmmhiiit. Misers Mien Oillon, Mtv Shront, 1 utile Moore, and Leonn I'nu.icr, of Owing ville, Messrs. KiiviiioimI Steele i f Ml. Sterling, Osenr Shields, Owingsville, Walter Kineaid, Wyoming, Roy John son, Fleiningsburg, and Teddy Slory of (Irange City. Kny-"lfin- V-- atch the Following For Unusual Bargains. Prices . THE OUTLOOK $1.50 A YEAR The only pnper published in the county. advertising medium. Good. MEN'S NETTLETON SHOES. ALL SIZES AND LASTS $10.00, MICHAEL STERN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN $65.00 Suit $40.00, $55.00 Suit $35.00 $40.00 AH Suit 25. Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits 5 Price, Ladies' and Children's Slippers under competitors Shirtings, Sheetings, Cottons, Percales, Ginghams, lower than we have seen them for years. We are making prices on all merchandise in our house. Come and enjoy them. GOODPASTER & CO. SALT LICK Mr. and Mrs. Van Green, Mrs. Gorge Hownian, wife and eliildren l" Bowling (Jrceu are her Mary Green and little Mamie CathJOSEPn WILLIAMS parents, H. P. Shtiltz and wife here, erine Green visited relatives in LexW. D. BAILEY j Mrs. It. F. Penix of Farmers vis-- j ington last Sunday. For Sheriff Ewall Wright and Ilol.ert Shront itisl V. V. Penix and wife here one S. M. ESTILL. spent Sunday with friends near Fanning and Mason day last week. Deputies: Aaron wife, la- -t Grange City. JL l'enix Born II. Bolts. Mrs. Ernest Clayton, of St. Al- j week a son. ROBERT E. DUFF. School began here Monday, July mii, West Virginia, ami (lias. War Donuties: David B. Mvres. and Isane 11 with Miss Lane nnd Miss Steven- - ren, of Ashland,' Ky., are guests of Crais. Mrs. Win. Mc.Vnespy ami Mrs. .Totin sou as teachers. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY EWING CONNER JOHN CLARK vit-ili- n . I JOB WORK of all kinds done on short notice, at reasonable prices. Give us a trial. OHLI oait i ad mi Llbl nrnnnu nan UtrUdll DMIi - l THE BANK FOR ALL i SALT LICK, Unlettered Presidents. At least one of our Presidents, possibly two, never went to any kind of a school. The father of Andrew Johnson died when the I ml was live years old, ami his mother could nut spare the money to educate him. This condition of poverty caused Andrew to be apprenticed to a tailor, lie worked long hours and hard. One day a twin broiiKht a hook to the shop anil recited many selections that it contained. Andrew's umhition was stirred. Willi the man's help lie learned the alphabet. Hut he made no real progress until Ills marriage. His wife rend to him as he plied the needle. She helped him to learn to read and write. She was his school. Largely through her careful, patient instruction he was euuhlcd to become the major of the town In which they lived. Nobody Wants Bungler. KENTUCKY ' D. W. DOfJOETT CLARENCE B. CASSIDY For COUNTY CLERK ' ' j i COLE BARNES Denutics: Charles Bristow nnd Cliff Hendrix. For Tax Commissioner THOMAS L. JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Botho'. and Tlios. Crouch, of Preston. JOE ARNOLD Deputies: Roy Mny, of Shnrps-burnnd Stanley Clark of Snlt Lick. For Clerk of Circuit Court. EARLE B. THOMPSON WATSON S. THOMAS. For Jailer SAM T. JONES. CABE SNEDKGAR. FLOYD CROUCH CLAUDE STATON. 1 . , JJEE STEELE W. W,, NIXON, .,. . ' . NATHAN SQRJRELL, Tr. 'For Representative VAN Y. GREEN. THOS. J. KNIGHT. CLARENCE POWER. For Circuit Judge. HENRY R. PREWITT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. C. HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. OLLIE CRAYCRAFT CHARLES MYERS ANNOUNCEMENTS REPUBLICAN ' ' For Jailer x ROBERT S. ANDERSON. CHARLTE HORNBACK OLYMPIA if Charles Cornwell, of Rothwcll Ky., and Newt Cornwell, or Mt. Sterling, were here last week on business. James Penix and son, John, of Ward, West Virginia, visiteil his parents. W. W. Penix and wife here several days last week. Mrs. Sarah Kineaid, of Rothwcll, Ky., stopped over here on her way lnwe to visit her brother, George Swartz. She has been visiting her daughter, i!rs. J. W. Penix of Warn ville, nnd Leonn Gudgell, of White West Virginia. J. II. Swartz, wife and sister, Miss Oak, visited Misses Mabel and Ruby Lizae veteivWJnchestcjj.. AVednes- - Whitton Friday night nnd nttended Ithe supper at East Fork, Herman Whitton was at FaWi-.s- r Mrs. Uenrv, yTliurn and daughters, of Russqfl, are .housekeeping Sunday. Upper White Oak school onenet liore through the summer. Mrs. W. II. Jaokson and son Ran- Monday with Mrs. Burns Tackjtt as dolph, visited her cousins, Langley teacher. Adkinti and wife at Morehead last MOORE'S FERRY week. Brother Cobert Cassity, of Yale, 'Mrs. Louis Williams and little daughter, of Oley, West Virginia, pr.wched at Jom?L Chapel last Satare visiting her mother, Mrs. Lizzie urday .uih. and Sunday There is a protracted meetlug ijwartz. Brother Combs filled his regular going on nt Slatey Point in Rowan appointment here Saturday night county near lies' Mill, by Brother Brown of Morehead. and Sunday. Mrs. Clara Hunt, of Hoe's Kun, Mr. and Mrs. George Swartz had a family reunion Saturday and Sun vsitcd Mra. Ui.el Uazor U lies' M'il day. All the children were present: last Saturday and Sunday. Martin Spencer visited on Uppr Mrs. George Warren and two children, of Georgetown,, Illinois, J. H. Snlt LickWt Sunday. Mrs. LelU Staton and ihildren, of Swartz, wife and sons of Pineville, E. M. 'Swartz, wife and daughter of Farmers, visited Mrs. Martha Staton Pineville, W. B. Swartz, wife and and Mrs. Elmer Staton Inst Saturday son, of Gallegher, West Virginia, and Sunday. We had a nice rain here last SatMrs. W. W. Pierce of Handley, West Virginia, nnd Mrs. M. M. Steele and urday which was badly needed. The candidates are thick now daughter, Doris, of Russell, Ky There were 21 present and all spent There were several from Owingsville an enjoyable day This was the first at Salt Lick last Saturday. Mrs. Ed Staton has been attendtime they had all been together in ing the meeting at Slaty Point. years. 1 four George Razor is home from thresh ifrs. N. T. Clark is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ashton Thomas at ing wheat on Flat Creek and says the crop is very jioor. Huntington this week. T. F. Razor is on the sick list. iMrs. Collin Kelly, of Middletown, Crops are looking fairyl well. Ohio came Sunday to be the guest Blackberries arc nearly all gone. of her parents, W. R. Penix for a m Mr. and Mrs. Press Blevins nnd 'Vaig. old child of Roy A fifteen-mouth- s Mr. and Mrs. Finis Blevins visited Jones of Midland died of flux July 4. friends at Pine Grove Sunday. Mary, a little daughter of Win. STEPSTONE. Warner nnd wife, died of typhoid W. A. Conner and wife aftr -- pejid fever July !, after n short illnes, iug a few days in Clark county with nnd was buried the following day at friends returned I w this veek. Upper Sail Lick burying ground. Lej-li- e Utterbaek who has ousuin; The sick in our community n'e all improving. tion nnd heart trouble is very low. Mr- -. Amanda Swartz, of GalVi.-- r Mrs. A. W. Donohcw who has been poorly for n few weeks seems to be '"est Virginia has returned to her home after a visit ! her sisler, Mrs. improving at present. Chester Turlcy's little son, Everett David Hall. Mrs. Avo Jones died of llux the while playing Sunday fell and hurt, vast week nt the home of her father 'lis leg very bad. Charlie Payne and family, of Mt. Rev. Bill Jones, of near Midland. Sterling, vsited the latter' parents, Deceased had been living in Middle-towOhio, and came home about J. D. Alexander nnd wife. iLittle Dorothy Willmrn, of Russell two weeks ago on a visit and soon Ky., who is visiting her uncle and after nrrivng took sick. She leaves aunt Frank Brown and wife, enter- besides her husband, and eight tained the little folks at the home of Weeks old infant, mother, father and her aunt on Saturday night with u several brothers and sisters. Burial 'candy party. Those present were: whs at Clearfield Thursday. Rev. Lapham, of Morehead preach Mary and Lillie Jones and (ilad Miller, Landsot Price, Charlie Fnrris cd at the Christian Church Sunday. Mrs. Edna Randy who has been Ray Bauford and Norvel Jones nil of this place and little Berkcfv Thorn unite sick will be taken to a Lexingal of Mt. Sterling. All had a line ton for treatment. assi-George Jnckson and wife and Mrs. time. Stone Jackson nnd little daughter; Richard Carpenter and wife his .1 - Mrs Alfred Phillbi s.: Katherine Goodan, of Owingsville, nnd his aunt, Mrs. Jane were visitors at the home of Pressly Bennett at Nieholasvillo tho past Jackson last Saturday. Mrs. Ernc- -t Kercheval and sons, week also Mrs, Carpenters sister, Mrs. A. B. Thomasson at Mt Ster- Carl Shousc ul V rrest, spent Sunday in Lexhigt."!. ling. Logan Ealem and wife, of Spen FORGE HILL cer, visited Miss Eliza Maxey last This neighborhood is still very dry week. , Burl Stull and family, of Bourbon as we- have had but very little ram county visited n. D. Blevins and since May. Missis Ida and Blanche Goodpas-te- r family also P. n. Phipps and wife and Mrs. Raymond Goodpastcr, Inst week. of .Montgomery county spent Saturday and Sunday vith G. W. BarLOCUST GROVE. ber and family. Mrs. Mollie Hendrix and grand V. L. Carter, of Fulton, Ky., visiting her daughter, Miss Faris are spent the past w?ek with his sons dnnghtcr, 5frs. James Hopkins in here. Lexington this week. Miss Christine Anderson is visitW. n. Downey, wife and oon, of ing at Frcdonin, Ky. below Sherburne, spent S.uurdny On July tith, Mrs. Elzabeth Parker night and Sunday with his sister, celebrated her UOth birthday at lie. Mrs. Willie nendrix. home near here. Misses Ida Snedegar, of Owings n, h'o-pit- SIMPLE REASON FUR THRIFT Its Practice Neoe?eary That There May Be Margin of Production Over Consumption. Is it not mere caddishuess for one who can afford to buy aud does hay silk skins and silk stockings aud automoMles. and who freely admits that he wastes money, but who Justibelligerently fies himself somewhat by saying that he can afford to waste money, aii'd that It Is nobody's business, to object to other people doing tile same sort of thing only because he thinks the other people cannot Itlght down afford (he expenditures? In our hearts we know that the concern Is not nil with the welfare of those oilier people who are wasting Ibelr money; It Is really u mutter of Jealousy and of class distinction feeling that bused on clothing--!- ! these people Iium' committed social misdemeanors, ns when the cook duplicated her Inlstres's' hat. ''Anil "any one who preaches thrift' to (;;.'ope ni tlic ground that- - they should not what they like for their money Is simply preaching nonsensical cant. Ik-I- s really preaching revolution. If, then, thrift has no virtue In It self, If eery person within the limits of the law Is entitled to spend what he .can cam, and more than he can mini If lie can get away with It, Is there any unmoral reason for thrift? It The reason for thrift Is plain. is not ueci'lsary to talk about morality. It Is simply that If we do not have thrift we shall not mave a mar gin of production over consumption that Is. we shall not have capital. If wo do not have capital we cannot have 'progress, for we sbnll have no meant wherewith to make lmproement In ex- Istlng facilities for production. There Ami "Is th( danger of extravagance. It Is n very real danger. Samuel Crow-theIn the North American Itcvtew. r. U..der I'jwerfui Protection. On u traiiscoiiiiiieiital Santa Ke train we s;iw two interesting kiddles, it boy of tlkree nun a girl of Ml, who were hound from Alhuiiuc roue, N. to Omaha. The little girl wore a stout mnnila emclopc pinned to her frock, with the ticket Inclosed. On the outside of the envelop were their names, parents' names and destination, nml some few odd characters, which showed they were children of a memlicr of one of the world's mlgJitlest fraternities. Many trainmen belong to It, and In every car full of peoph- - you will see several more who nre entitled to wear It hut don't. These symbols would have carried the children from Uz to Tlmhuctoo, or anywhere In the civilized world. In as absolute safety ns men could furnish, nnd In every car they met igen who would have risked their lives for them If necessary. Kingston Journal. As strong and safe as honesty and prudence; make it possible. We invite your Banking business. ROUGH AND DRESSED HARDWOOD LUMBER OUR SPECIATIES: Flooring, Ceiling and Siding OUR MOTTO: There's no place In progress for tho bungler. The business man gets rid of the bungler as soon us he can. No organization wants the bungler uu Its rolls.' Furllierh'iore (.'here's little excuse for the presence of such a nuisance. Above all there Is no excuse for you to muss things up. You will do that occasionally in spile of yourself, because yon are falsely reMj'rted, misunderstood or Hut you don't have to make a regular thing of It. Correct the past by a more careful present and you will he wiser through the mtstuke. So too In. my over-zealou- I In the Making. "What If, I get hurt?" "We'll rush you to the iiospHnl and follow with n camera man. Then the hospital sets needn't cost a cent." Film Kun. Good Material, Low Prices and Tair Dealing. SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SALT LICK, KY- - ( hoy, anil make good. You have the world before you and your friends are waiting to help you celebrate, the victory. (irlt. Making Joss Sticks. The composition of the randies called Joss sticks, which are used In all the religious ceremonies of Buddhism, has long remained u mystery the preparation of the sticks being Intrusted to certain persons chosen from u limited class. Not long ago, how-eethere was learned the manner of making Joss sticks In A stem of biimboo Is rolled into a preparation containing 14 different odoriferous drugs, two of which are significant, ns showing n knowedge of chemical and physical properties. These are Hconlte, which serves to protect the sticks ngainst-thattacks of rats and mice, and camphor, which causes them to burn steadily without being periodically extinguished. r, Iudo-Chluc j The Twilight Gate. The Yomei gate nt Nlkko Is magnificent. The celling of Its entrance has a dragon gazing In eight directions, nnd the celling of the Interior hns a dragon gazing In four directions. The 12 pillars of the gate are of keynkl wood elaborately carved and Inlaid Willi all kinds of precious woods. The nnd each square beam'! are Is painted In minute designs. There are on this gate Innumerable carvings of dragons and lions, all painted and One becomes so lncnuered profusely. fascinated In studying the details that be tarries at the pnte until the day wanes. Thns It has coine to be called the Twilight gate. Florence Peltier In Asia Mngnzlne. Strike in New Zealand. in October. 11)13. that New Zealand experienced a food and fuel shortage us a result of a general strike, which began with n walkout .of shipwrights. New Zealand had been referred to frequently ns "n Innd without strikes" by magazine writers, who found in Its labor and social laws maIts Industrial terial for much praise. laws often were held up as models. New Zealand is a British colonial possession, discovered by Tastnan In lfil!!. The settlers have been often nt war with the natives, the .Maoris. The dominion does nut have a soiiallst government, although It has adopted radically socialistic policies. The government Is vested In a governor, appointed by the crown, and a general assembly consisting of a legislative council, appointed by the governor, nnd a house of representatives,' elected. t .3j PAPER FROM VENEER WASTE Possibilities Hitherto Material That Has Consld;red to Ce Without Value. in n ft'-e- It was Clarence Ulery hns resigned his position with the Louisville Furnish- rfg Goods 'Company' and accepted Cilfciiijiati and' 'Lebanon, Ohio. J. C. Stone, of Lexington, spoke to a large audience Monday at the courthouse on the tobacco situation. The speech was a very clear exposition of the aims of the Burley Tob:cco Association and the plan of cooperative marketing. But few farmers signed In the wood waste from veneer fac tnries 'he United States forest products lahomtory sees considerable raw material suitable for the manufacturf The cores of of. high grades of paper. many kinds of veneer logs, now used In n large parf for fuel, would make In addition, a excellent pulpwoqd. Said About Women. "Man Is the dry laud, nnd womnn, large part of thp clippings could be turned Into pulp stock with profit. h she Is the sea. For whosoever Among the veneer woods whoe In the earth, he llndeth out the possibilities' substance of It. Itilt he that dlggeth waste has , In the water Is for ever lighting lis are red gum, yellow poplnr, nml birth, tupelo, contrariness." From "The Book of Artemns." "If you describe a right beech. Many veneer factories cutting g womnn In a laudable sense, she should these sM'clcs nre. already within distnilce nt p'ulp.uilll.i. n certain have' gentle Tiiftnos! tender fenr, ami other' iiises" vcnVer" ri'i'tilries'"'aiy- sri 'parts' of life which t they' might 'Furnish' piilii--" frftm the other sex,v' Sir grouped Vi'o'ftlo'n Ittcharl'f StVi1le.','""!'.a's.t nmong the wood enough' to' wemilit ilie of a centrally to atcti mill. Other characteristics of woman Is that sweet motherly love, with which nature has economic factors beii'g favorable, such a gifted her; It Is nlmost Independent of a mill could profitably operate on dally supply of veneer waste equivacold renson nnd wholly removed from lent to .TO cords cf ordinary all hope of reward." Harder. Sclent lllc. American. dlg-getpaper-mnklng cotton-woodshiii-plii'ijtstln-'gulsli"lieth.-i'pulp-woo- d. Salaried, or "Worth His. Salt." the contract. HOT WEATHER DO NTS Eat us little ns possible. Don't eat articles of food that are hard to digest. Don't let your appetite get the best of yoji. Bathe often so as to keep the pores clean and the body healthy. Don't drink extremely cold ice wa- ter, or too much water nfter being " verhented. If these hints arc followed, there should be very few prostrations, ptomaine poisoning or other sickness traced directly to the excessive heatr Proof of War's Havoc. of the fact that the seagoing tonnage of tho United Slates Is today nearly Hl.l(Kl.tKNI tons greater than in 11)14. an advance of more than ."UKI per cent, and in spile of the Intensive steamship production In (Ireat Britain anil the t'nlted Slates for thenrselves and other countries. I lit world's steel steam mintage i.i now less by :i..MKMKKi ii.i s gross limn It woufd have been If the war hud not Interfered with the noiu:.il rate of expansion. In spile short while. v , Mrs. Denna Cardwell died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roe Swartz at the Olympian Springs last week and was buried at the Stull graveyard, Friday. She is survived by her five children, Mrs. Jack and Roe Swartz and Lucy, Michigan and Ohio. We Taylor of Middletown, extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family. Algin Clark, wife and daughter, Shirley, of Huntington, West Virgnia Sentinel Democrat lookin back- ward 25,-- 35 anil 40 years : Cabe S. HntlifT, announces ns Dem ocrutlc enndidate for jailer of Bath county. ' Craig Tolliver shoots ami seriously woumls the sheriff, deputy sheriff anil W. O. Logan at Morehcnil July 4. The C. & 0. track has been completed across Slate creek in Bath GRANGE CITY Itigdon Ratlin! is visiting relatives county, and is progressing nicely. Rainfall Like Noah's Deluge. The total annual rainfall upon all the Innd if the globe amounts to 20.H47 cuhlc miles, according to the United survey. Department States of the Interior, nnd of this quantity 0,.ri24 cubic miles drains off through A cubic mile of rivers to the sen. river wnter welchs about 4.20r,0.'0,000 tons, nnd carries In solution an average of about !2t),fKK) tons of foreign matter. In all about tons of solid matter I thus carried annually to the ocean, ami a good deal of this Is nnturally the fertile soil washed from the fields. . Marvels of Carving. On one side of n tiny n Mr. William Mct'leery has carved an elephant, and on the other side a spi- mustard seed der! in Covington; Mrs. James Costigan returned to her home near Frankfort Monday, after a few days vHt 'with her sis-te- r, Mrs. J. IL Collivar here. ed home Robert Phillips has from Lexington William Carter, a traveling salesman, and two sons, visited his brother Richard here Sunday. -t- A Discreet Forbearance. "Hiram." said Mrs. Corntossel, "yor don't tnlk politics ns much ns yor used to." "Nope," replied her husband, "we've elected our public offl clnls. Public officials nre servsntsfil the people, an' my experience Is thai when you've got a good hand anxloui to settle down to work It's a bnd plnr ' to worry him with Idle conversation.' Mr. McCloery claims, without much fear that his title will he disputed, to be champion carver of the He carries a walking stick minute. on which are no fewer than live hundred figures of men. animals, birds and fishes, for which, he he has refused an offer of ."KK. Kven his watch and chain nnd the buttons on his clothing are marvelous examples of his curious dwnratlve skill. I.on-d.Tit-I'.lt- clow In mi iiti'io- ..f :iloofne.is nnd detachment. ue;ir must come fiir. mid tbi fur luus; recede into the mists of iulinlty. Anno Xlinuo. . True Art. Art should seel, its inspiration in the world htvnd -- i sotixes. it must well ns with coin. The analogy may still be discerned In the expression, "He Is not worth his salt" that is, his perquisites. "Supercilious" from "Roast" Handball Playsrs. the eyebrow. Is literally eletittered by the The vating the eyebrows with disdain. 'iit baseball fan against the un- "Sierra." as In the Sierra mountains, lucky or awkward player In America aptly describes the serrated appearance are as gentle murmurs compared with of tills range, the word being Spanish he epithets hurled by Hie occupants for "saw." A "cur," from the Ijitln n( :!n- i.inici-- at the ciMiteMi'iils In ilie curtus. Is phllologlcally n dog. with Its game of In the pla.igi omuls til II cut short; hence also the word Spain. "Ilogue'." "Thief!" "curtail" with Its amplifications. And of Madrid. "l'oulct !" and "idiot!" are some i f curiously we rind "saunterer" sprung tlio mild terms with v hlch the play- from I.n Salute Terre (the Holy Ijind) ers are greeted when they miss a ball whitherward pilgrims were wontlels-Utel- y or send It back In Vn easy poitiin for to journey. the opponent to play it. for this excitement Is The rcas-Libraries In History. the prevalent betting. .In which the Harvard college led the way In women sK'ctatois participate us mm.li America to the first library. This In as the men. Professional bookmakers attend all matches, and their shouts stitution was established In ltsSN. SJx-tyears laler. In 17tl. n public library of the odds for and against the players are mixed with the cries of the was founded In New York city. The following year the Yale library was gambling sjicctators. until the sceno founded and In 1781 Benjamin Frankresembles a bedlam. lin started n subscription library in Philadelphia, the first of Its kind In America. The United States library, Buddhist Priest? Tame Fish. now called the library of emgress, There Is a certain bcnil of a certain was established In IMKl. hut In 1S14 In Burma, where the fish are river It was burned by the British. It ws venerated, tamed, treated as pets and rebuilt and now contains nearly ) called to meals by priests. Just why oluines, nnd Is one of the tln-- st this particular bend of this special In the world. As far back as ( It. river .should be so signally set apart the first public library known to Is not known, but ns these priests are the world was founded nt Athens. Buddhists there Is perhaps a connecF.iiglnnd's first library wns established tion between this favoritism nnd the at St. Andrew's In 141 1. Chicago In every land where Bud fnct that Journal. dhism Is the faith, there are certain J places dedicated to and Have Abject Belief in Fate, strange superstitions woven about the in the Koran Is found the Idea that place. These fish are a species of caton the brow of every humnn heltic nre fish which grow to a large size, nnd Inscribed invisible characters which they swim to the bnnk when called. decree the events of bis life and bU The priests not only feed the tlsh. but appointed time. The Hrst l term-- d they pet them ns we do a dog or n the second "Kdjel." From cat. Sopie are so tame they do not "Kismet." springs unnue:Ioned this belief even squirm in fright when they nre to the decrees of fate. Den fit picked out of the water nnd gently Is considered by Mosloins terrlhle onlv handled. In the abstract nnd when viewed from n distance. In poll'e soeie'y it N ne.-e- r mentioned save under mine Exceptional Case. name. "Cupbearer of the sphere-I- s "You will never succeed, my boy. If one of the more coimiiioii phr.ise-.you watch the clock." "I don't know, And never Is It mentioned except v. ben sir. Father's a train dispatcher, and prefaced by the words "Far be It from he's rr'i'n' to males me one." Bestoa you." , ipt. Trai s ii j hau-'Bi'y 2.IKK!-(XX- "Salary" Is from the Latin, sal (salt), being derived from the early ltonmn custom of comicnsut!ng her military ollicers with provisions as C we-Ic- . After a suspension of seven years BATH COUNTY RURAL SCHOOLS - . .: c of si!- it dollars has been j OPEN j Forty of the forty-si- x rural white schools begun their 1921-2- 2 term Little Martha Wasington DufF, ' Monday of this week, with bricht daughter of Jailer Robert Duff prospects for a successful year's and wife, has typhoid fever. work. The teaching force is better prepared this year than ever Granville RatlifF, son Ray Rat-Iif- f, nnd their professional standing ts of Addison. Ohio, on visit to the family of Mrs. Mihhie Good-paste- r, higher than in previous years. Unof tho Salt Well neijrh-bornoo- d. der a ruling of the Board of Educadied Tuesday morning, tion no teacher is employed this year after a few days' illnpss of pneu- who has not had at least five weeks monia. He was 18 years old. He Normal Training. The last week of is survived by his father, mother, five brothers and two sisters. the Institute was devoted to a study of the school laws, the Course of Study and the rules and regulations of the County Board of Eiluatio.. Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Those who are In a "run down" condition will notice that Catarrh bothers Teachers were urged to begin their them much more than when they are In ' rk thin year with a (leteniii-iuliwi- ; good health. This fact proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease. It Is (rreatly t produce lasting results. AVitJ: a Influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MF.DICINK la a splendid spirit on the part of UnTonic nnd Blond Purifier. nnt acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of touching force; with the close siij.c-visi- cn the body, thus rediicliu; the bilammatlon and restorlne normal ondlii-'nolTered by the Countv SuperAll druslzts. ClrcuMrn fr-F. J. Cheney 4 Co.. Toledo, Ohio. intendent and Supervisor; with the aud support of the patrons, Bath ('inty Schools shouV, Lykes-Whltt'his year, ma'se a record for theci- Friday, July 8, Andy Irvin L t selv.es.i- - f of. near Wyominp, aniliMiss jiUitR. : i'si KiiTi"t. 4incaid will spend fogr Iutotrcn 'Wliitton, of near Odessa, dayipjf, 9t h rwqellflip;;isiting atpl ntored topT4jOafc supervising schools. On Monday-Saturdawere married. Mr. and Mrs. Clei of each week he will lie in Riddle, cousins of the bride, accomhis office. Those desiring to comtwlt panied them. The groom who ha the County Superintendent shoni;t beta an orphan sinee infancy was an office on one of the above overseas' soldier and comes recom- call at his days. mended as a man of stdrjmjiflnaliiy. Kven a better attendance is exThe bride who is a daughter of Mrs. pected this year than last. The Court Zcla Whitton was lovelr, ylressed in CompulsSry pure white for the qce!niou .nay of Appeals has held the Attendance Law constitutional ami their pathway ever be as bright as it authorized its complete enforceis now. YVe extend exMtgjbahitions has ment. Neither the County Sup't. wr to Mr. and Mrs. Lvkes. Contributed the Attendance Officer has the legal right to excuse and child from attending school. The only legal acBILIOUSJHILOREH cuse that can he accepted is sickness certified to by a physician. Persons t, Long in Successful seeking to have their children excusUse, Praised by an Arkansas ed from school through any ofjiet Mother, "Soon Does source are wasting their time. Any Its Work." excuse obtained through any other of Mannaduke, Ark. Speaking 'liuunel would be illegal and wohM which from rhedford's long use In her household has become not offer any protection from the regarded as "the family medicine." penalties of the law. Mrs. Mary E. Hill, of Route 1. this The scarcity of teachers again this place, says: "When the children get bilious, I yeur has, to a certain extent, handigive them a couple of good doses, and when we have sour stomach, headache, capped the beginning of our schools. or any liver or stomach trouble, wo Every available legally qualified teach use It is an easy laxative, and soon does the work. I cer- er has been employed and yet. two tainly think It Is one ot the beat rem- schools are without teacher-"-. Teachedies made." acts on the Jaded ers have been assigned to the schools liver, gently, but positively, and helps where", everything being cunsidertii, It In its important function of throwing out waste materials and poisons t was thought they couM do tit from the system. best work. The ofae thing most needIn thousands of households i3 kept handy for immediate ed is yie and help . use in time of need. Prompt treatment the" men and. women of the courtv often is half the battle, and will often prevent slight ills from developing in- No teacher can succeed unless a&e to serious troubles. merit, daring has the support of the patrons of Its more than 70 years of successful use. the district. Even a poor teacher should convince you of the helpful can do fairly good work if she ts effects obtainable by taking for liver and stomach dis- properly supported. Stand behind Get a package today, and orders. See that your teacher, even though you are keep it in your house. words, not wholly pleased with her. Rememtho package bears the NC-Thedford's ber that the education and training of your children is the one big task; ywur T. S. Shront has begun work on a that your petty irritations, business bouse anil two dwelliug fault tindng, your coustant complained houses on the lots recently bought ing is but u stone in the path of V. S. Gudgell. ucational progress. . . c l ifo'a y Black-Draugh- Black-Draugh- t, Black-Draugh- t, Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht d Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- m jf