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Owingsville outlook: November 24, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921112401_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: November 24, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ...i'':";;" . A. B' j' NUMBER 19 Bhw . r m'S-- - f . OWINGSVILLE, L KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, Wr ' atr'l Half Wool Blankets. COOXS & i jiTi . PERSONAL !Mis CO. fiflon Sol i I ir Saturday. stock at IlilU-- , itcd ' Mrs. Mnry Capps, of Bethel, J. It. Day last week. V. vis-- 1 if 'I w - Thomas JIoQuithy, or Sloorefield, nnd son, Walter McQuithy, of Sharps SHINGLES VOR SALE. rHRATLIEF, Grange City tr. ! Iiurg, were visitors here Monday. John Peters, who travels for the . . . store, celery, t rnnbernes, at Monarch Range Company, visited U. C BYRON. his mother, Mrs. Laura Peters Tuesday and Wednesday. rlhs your hams, butter nnd ep Miss Lillian Itcdwine, who Attends R.iG. BYRON and pet tbe highest school nt Lexington visited her sjs-te- r, market price. Mrs. Jo Day Thanksgiving Day remaining the balance of , the week'. 'rwTilots'ior- vour stock Hills. nml Pinto Rcanjs, at BYRON. Fiti h, of Louisville, whs the nine up for a liinl hunt, gucpt of D. V. Daggett last week. Dr. J. - Mrs. W. 11. Arnold entertained n "Arm hi Heights' her country home hi the Sharps'mrg pike, Wcdiies!a J afteroou with u luiicheon-IiritlgTHOMAS-STEWAR- T J White and yellow rhrysnuthemiini Wi rd was received here sever;il were used in the decoratinii of til days ago of the marriage of J. .1 tables, with score cards in the sa ce Thomas, of Preston, this county, ai' eidor. Mrs. Arnold was assister fiy Miss Violet Stewart, of Ilindmnn, Ky. Mrs...!. W. Shnnklnnd nn.t .Mrs. K. Hiiidmau is VI miles from Hazard, II. Brother. The guests included Perry Co. Mr. Thomas fs the Mesilames Josh Ewing, Conner Ew-inhv son of Mrs. X. Y. Johnson A. T. Byron, J. L. Byron, Shank-j o,(5:t7,S5!; J2 Clark, Powell, Menifee and KMill, r,3,00(t. Total pomid- (H);l( I ti o.it- - l.SII,n2:i,('M. ' scv-on- d .icr former husband, Jolm Thomas, and is well known here, where he made his home for several years. His t.ritV is the daughter of the Proi nt dboro on'Sales Day, Saturday, 2G. Novcm,. Received a shipment s Kanawha Salt. ofrj. J. 'ted I "'TKELE. .'hps at R. C. BKON.,' the lands' jany. . .. . " V ;. . ...ing. ' - v - . ' val-- ?RON. - t" VkCO. ' jo hunU J in thi' v. . . . fee J..L. Jjh tiling in dllast week. lumber. Brutus Kash and' wjfe, of .Keystone, West Virginia, who had. been (iiidgell. JAMES M. ROLPH, visiting relatives her for several' days JAMES B. SPRATT Ihe lfawleigh Man, Slate Avenue, 'eft for their home Monday hy wn JaTes II. .Spratt died at his Jiome In order to get in Christmas goods Owingville, Ky. of Cincinnati, where Mr. Kash had in Mt. Sterfing Wednesdnv night of ' we will, lieginninjr Wednesdnv. Nov. ' nsiucss.. last, wefif, after n long Illness of j sell Indie-.'- . Misses' and ehil L Kentucky's tobacco crop of all ,., ,,.. , W1nr iican iroume. .u.nougn ue nan neen it cost, types this year is estimated nt 3 GREATEST COOPERATIVE RODYi ' .. j);ifti-i-?- --i 'w.l.iu-- ....... .i.;i.. v..... v,.,.t ..i.i.t per cent. less than last year and the . 1 .. I The hurlev Tobacco Growers Co- - iieuin came suiiiieiuy nuu uucAfcci-cdl' J IL .. t i ' v)Jciation, there are lots to select from. VIso ' orn at 15. per cent. less, by the Nov-- I which finishoperative n-Spratt was a native of ember crop reoort issued Saturday. edjlS preliminary work last week V" Bath county, a son of Jack Spratt, pecial prices on silks. All other crops show u correspondthe pooling f mon than 180,000,- - deceased, and spent nearly all of his WELLS & STEELE ing decrease. 000 pounds of tobacco q the less ife in the vicinity of Shnrpsburg. than 210,000,000 pounds grown la He had accumulated a handsome the hurley district in 1920, is the fortune He was a very liberal man. 1 largest single cooperative associa During the pntt two years he gave tion in the world, with 42,000 mem $10,000 to educational purposes and i bers and the probability that, it can about $5,000 to the. Mary Chiles WE HAVE A WHOLE PARCEL OF have between 8,000 and 10,000 more Hospital in Mt. " Sterling, besides if it decides to permit those who so numerous other charities. He was far have failed to' sign up their crops 0 years old at the time of his death with the association, to come into and was a nmmbcr of the Presbvte'r- the organization The burial Was in the i I'!. .ire!!. The association covers probably a Shnrpsbtfrg cemetery. His nearest wider territory than any other "c- survivig' relatives are cousins. All sizes, wool. hiive col ooperative body.- It includes the couri ' ties of Anderson, Barren, Bath THANKSGIVING SPECIALS Bracken, Boone, Bourbc, Boyle, On sale from Wednesday, Novem Bullitt, CarroiyCarter, Casey, Clark ber 23 to Saturday, November 2G inCumberland?aye, Fleming, Frank clusive: 8 quart aluminum kettle, lin. Gallatin. Garrard. Grant. Grav ladle, scoop and measure $1.48. 5- son, Greene, Hardin Harrison, Hart, pieee aluminum Baking set $1,08 Kenton -- n 20c. ScniyyJjferson, JessamiTin Rinsi" em-qjTh- ey iBe ""far- nrne ,Lieoln,Jr I iYKONi t ! ,,-- dent of the Ilindmnn bnuk, and said t.I.e an intelligent and attractive . nag lady. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas came to the home of Mr. Thomas' mother Tuesdnv. In order to accomodate the farrO. Comovlo tho Community Sale day ers of this immediate neighborhood VhilLSBORO on Saturday, Nov-a- u effort will bu made to establish iiijcr 26. On that day THE DEN-- a tobacco warehouse with a re dry j TOi MERCANTILE STORE will This could be have pecial sale on M'cns nnd Ladies ing plant attached. done with a comparatively small i Suits n,l Coats and Dry Goods ai outlay of money, and would doubt- - prices V lowest in 5 years. Su;';ir lc!js pay as transportation of tobae- - 1,000 pou(bj,wil be sold nt ai'iit ( co in hogsheads can bo done cheaper cets per pnd. than it enn he done in the leaf. Besides the, fanner would be dealing i with home people that they know and in Piper, Annie Kichnrds, Jess Hamp would be furnishing employment to "on, Lee Brother, B. M. (loodpasler, laboring men who would spend their money at home. H. V. Brother, V.. H. C. W. Young, lioodpuster, Roger Ammeniian, Cole-na- ii Heat Reaches 180 Degrees Elliott, Sam Crooks, S. F. OwsStacks of Rijwleigh black and red ley, Tom Robertson, of Bethel, Harpepper and sage. Get yours 'now ry O. James, of Paris, Misses and prepare to make some good sauLouie Lacy, Angie Annie Bailey and Mar; sage. e. g, Odd!.-PoweVoun;,-Jnckso- i THANKS - $' . Thanksgiving should bo ness as weH as a day of ' E.L 3 ! THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE $ IE-- W g .... 1 ' I y. r.... AB PRICESW Kutter;Sausagc Cutter 83.75 . .. ' ft I When you purchase a pair of I w. $ L. Douglas Shoes $ $ o.oo GOATS $ o.OO LADIES' COATS , AT $10.00 " you are getting the best shoe value for the price that money can buy. No. 10t, No. 112 No. 110 No. 122 40-Dound 4 . Lardwan Lardftun Lard cav 50-pou- nd 75-pou- nd 30x96-236x96-2- 4 4 Ga Gulv Slieoff Ga Gnlv SlicoB Px ri - Some all real fur lars. some arc plain anything you may want. Cood styles. nO. 75 9a. Butcher knives Lisk Blue &mimelcd Large 18-pound 2mt - 3V ' J BARGAINS OUR 15-nOS-o- iia Boaster Black Tijfkef .Boaster nrrfev Turkey Boaster Lisk Dark BxUimelcd Large : w&20i TSM05 rt i7y-.-.- - 4 vx" Monti on5iivr .c1.oro. Tbankgii' day as, Jian, t ,JPeHdjfon, .Poweljiob legal holiday. ertson, SVott, Shtlby, Spencer, Trim wtr - .1 rn f Jt- i A He, "Washington and Woodford, In -l 'i Kentucky; Clark, Dearborn, Frank ftdethe alc lin, Jefferson, Ohio and Switzerland, in Indiana; Mason, Cabell, Wayne l$hyl. '5c ? and Logan in West Virginia; Brown iliem N Ariatps, Clermont, Gallia and perhaps CHUBBVATSON SAM HARRELL Circus a few others in Ohio, and three counAm?rrcf Prcrtief A.utor LEONaRDMcMULUN jHrurkey mon-- "v ' CHIEF BURNS UnJet Dtitcllor. tj yjjf .TkTTyin F.rmet J Machine or a. ties in6rTennessee, which raise about OktoIcc IkSih W A i ETHEL' CLYNN eight ten million pounds. The proSukU oa lh Winn of the Plan. While Aero Company Sikcston Loopint the Loop duction of ihc entire district ranges .VAT. Bi KON AMERICA'S FOREMOST AVIATION STARS from 170,000,000 pounds in the poor years to, 300,000,000 pounds when ks.have pledged there is a full acreage and crop conViMfil' a mil nd a half dollars ditions are favorable. A- (co Growers' Sikcston,Mo.ti Septemba Brings Many Millions Aaron Sapiro, the California law- tinXTiemoti looking yeraBdcoepertive genius under Blue Grass Gasoline Co., c ii ISlpat whose guidance the hurley growers " :;. Lexington, Ky'. ; Daugherty, have organized, lias said that it would be worth between twenty and ksk were married Vl Gentlemen:thirty millions of dollars to the tobacco merj to form an organization -k ...-thank you We tor ol for the orderly marketing of their us and rendered us in- supplying your thex prompt Mj fiSTMeUe, k a for the, crops. This statement of Sapfro ha" Blue Grass Wood been borne out by the fact that to- on the Lexington mrJiUg his Ilwbc i Cali acco which sold gave Blue Grass We want Jj-A-ear- s. market in January 1921,, for two t .fer tbe . we have used any us much three cents a pound has been resold the , respond much quicker The motors 'seemed estlmateif that the ' turkcv by speculators who bought it at 12 makes of commercial gas -between speeds as. .when and cwnty will' bring tb to la cent a ponna wuen we mau anybody recommending .and we this year. Th focturer wanted that kind 'of tobac 'v5Ja&.J$f motors. 35c to 33c, a. pour.'' co. It is believed the growers lost twenty millions of dollars in Ken we can use only. "Movolino" tucky alone last year by their innbil recommended by .than and performs much te test tbe validity of ity to hold,their crops oft the ninr . twice as long "Movoline" One motor of ket, as maHlof lhclr lenders ndvis. me 'the 6&ae . motor make and seems our prposes in . Mont- - ed them toSlo. was decided fey the any The districts as finally agreed up use us as a Dont of the on and announced Saturday night, iiUfh k time . are as follows: DISTRICTS Wishing you a prosperous season, we "Me r signers to the Given iri the following order, No, itMiiitu Greweii' Coepera- - of district, counties comprising Qm, 42, efitracts .and number of pounds pooled in thnt )M6etwtj 177,521,268 district yours Very IbeSsrky tobaeco crop 1 Fayette, 10,812,540; 2 Bourbon, X ,vhi m n l en. io SAMMIE HARRELL S FLYING CIRCUS 10,019,346; 3 Shelby, 9,008,110; nri Vnsnn .7.23T5.5G7: 5 Scott. 6.971.951 0 State of Ohio, 6,700,000; 7 State & SH,R HUNTERS of Indiana, .6,400,000-- , 8 Woodfora yhc udersigu .l, land owners'of. Franklin, 10,204,887j 9 Owen Ojuntv lor tbeaurpose or pro. and CamJV8j498,435; 10 Henry and "wlbe littla gamXremaining on Trimble, 9,710,672;' 11 Grant, Oalln Bier Rmkincr. ... Tier ,. , .1 to prohibit hnntin; fin, Boone, Kenton and Campbell, 8, 0 or. ftny ;?021. ; 637,859) 12 Harrison and Pendleton Gndgell ' rncken, Robertson an1 He)20: 14 Bath and , pgWa'ps jofijobacc arolmcrketMond.' on, y sure and see are going Turkt" r, wrsf ji' fast. AAC "MORRIS a?, Ths. B rr i - rices jTopresci ill OS? IF mejit. OUR USERS ARE ADVERTISERS E. Sammie HarrcH's Flying L.I AND ' UNJT1 GOODYEAR TIRES A? - - VW 4p jSlWt during the service Pair. are taking this opportunity to gasoline . oil to for . s "irr gasoline to state that this year gasoline other better results than usual ppitting without to other sputtering it to take great pleasure in are used, using gasoline oil oil is the the that better satisfactorily as quart of lasts manufacturers. run cooler. to the regular oil reference at hestiate to 1 REDUCED Get our prices before buyfcl ing. Here are t A'0 many bargains: Non-skifabric 30x3 $10.95 Gord 30x3 2 Non-ski$18.00 1-- 2 d 1-- d . SHROUT,v PIPER & SHROUJ; . .HOME OF THE FORD c are , truly HAVE YOUR - I ;m per &r (ilD err v, .fit!BfMN8,-FiX-E aa ti Wefe. is Fleming, Blue Grass' Gasoline and Movoline Motor Oil are made exclusively from our own cent Kentucky products, and we ttv Hmrlo. which makes them 100 j other invite eomparirtTve tests with any motor oil made from Pennsylvania Cruder Movoline lasts longer and lubricates better than any motor oil sold in Cen- trai .Kentucky. We are anxious to prove this statement hy ANY TSJST ANY TIME Ft)E. y.'aiv make tliem Rod-Ction Winter use. good aseCieW. Let usf up,7,048,14'J v ;V . : ' -- - i : i. , . . . d Cfeez, )d "Jlercer, . ANWHEBE. J mess . r ; .- . -: r . - r. W 7,744,7 Washington!iJ.' r. ' ' - . mi WE ARE BOOSTERS KENTUCKY SOOTHE , Lirmakin We have reduced our lr"bor" ioc an ' . .rich, Oo6iiiyeJ?r'!nl ingyour repair bills,Ics tterles ,..ard Stpra' Repujyic: Tfres.'.Cpoper if . ? ym J KIM 1 X i , v - - -, . "w .? V ... IT. ... i '. 1 9 OUTLOOK. AND THE SENATOR SUBSIDED OWINGSVILLE. KY. IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL HEdlon' ",. N. Rejoinder to Statesman Who Had Corrected Hi Pronuncla. - tlon Was Crushina. Weak and Worn 1 'pells, with heact?'''1", harp, shooting J annoying Influenia and kidney irregularities? pip epidemics have left trn'aMn,,1 weak kidneys and failing Don't wait until serious kidney trout16 develops. Help the weakened kidney.' with Doan't Kidney PilU. Doan't' have helped thousand and should help you. Ask your neighbor! sumtrAT left you dull, tired; all, worn out? Do vou have constant luck-ache- IAPAN a SPfe irtORE WARSHIPS . Themns A. Edison, whose question 10 ctmegc grnauatcs cxcitea n good dcul of wrath In college circles, ft- -, can hold lls own with anybody. Once at a dinner In New York a . learned senator from Ilarrnrd took .' Tilr. I<atti to task for pronouncing .' vIie word "curator" lu the Scottish ay the Inventor Is of Scottish Pros 'ytcrtan descent with the accent on " Vne first syllable. "Mr. Edison," the wpntor Paid, "It 's t he usual custom tir fiilrJ.i?5 thin Vord following the analogy the Latin, In which tongue, ns .. ire doubtless nwnre, the penultl-syllabl, Is long." "ink you," Bald the great In-- r suppose you know, how- the Scottish custom to . . tne English, and in Its first rather r 'Ni5ut of course " ' of so learned v 'v . . luent an - X' -- ' lias pat. dir naire mm PLANT&CK WALNUT Sure !ieief FOR INDIGESTION 6 ELL-AN-S Bell-an- s POULTRY FLOCKS POULTRY PROFIT IS FEEDING Math of Bran, Middlings, Meat Scrap and Cornmeal Is Best, Experts Have Proven. bf the United Statu Department of Agriculture.) Valuable results of Interest to by the have been obtained United States Department of Agriculture In the experimental tests at the government poultry farm, Beltsvllle, Md., where different rations have been fed to vurlous groups of laying hens for u period of eight years. At this time, more than 1,000 hens and pullets nre used In feeding trials of this kind. The pens range In size from Si) to r0 hens, till the fowls being during the period under test. During the hist three years, the mash which bus ghen the most uniform and best production hns consisted of a mixture of 4 per cent bran, 4 per cent middlings, 20 per cent ment scrap, and CO per cent cornmenl. This mash was the result of experiments where the hens were allowed to select their own mash ingredients. When given free choice of these various Ingredients, the fowls consumed the various Ingredients In the above proportions. Several pens, both of Leghorns and Ilhode Island Beds, of 30 hens each have averaged from 140 to 135 eggs apiece where this mash hns been fed. The feeding mixture seems to be especially adapted for Leghorns, although It hns also given good results with the Beds. The Wyandottcs and Plymouth Rocks nre Inclined to accumulate too much fat when fed this mash, and one somewhnt lower In meat scrap coutent gives better results when fed to these two breeds. The Wynndottes and Plymouth Rocks maintained on the Beltsvllle fowls, farm are large, standard-sizand the tendency to take on fat on this mash probably did not occur In the case of smaller types of Plymouth Itocks, such as commonly nre found on commercial poultry farms. Experiments conducted during the current year In which this mash wns modified by the nddltion of 15 per cent ground oats and the reduction of the meat (Prepared poul-tryinc- n trap-neste- d e SundajSchool ' (liy Iir.V. P. B YVTZWATER. D. D., Teacher of English UiuU in the Moody lllblo Inatitute of Chicago. PET PLAN CI .TES NEED OF HEAVIER TONNAGE Mlppor-- f' THE AMERICAN TREES An Ohio Case Mra. S H M6 Ornw-fon- j. t'n; cur-A-to- r, e vI y . KM FOSTER-M1LBUR- ' or-A- DOAN'SAV CO toe tmall i an.! loins hen 1 s t o jT p e d iwi!n ocr the WlipnwaaI shara. cauKht It would hettye on mv kidneys. I tried Doan'a Klldnejr rills and they did all I expected of them ana i inavo tiad tnem tn uie House ever Bingo.' Get Doaa's at Any Store, 60k a Box la-k EL, Kostorla. OIilo, fbtys "1 liad a dull, uiiiini; pain across Walnut Statement, Urging Modiflca. Declares That Ratio Should "Exceed 60 Per Cent for Defense Purposes. Wnshliiirton, .Iiip:1ii-8 Particularly iapted for Public Parks, Lawns. 1tig Highways and other Places. Sure Relief 25$ and 75$ Packages, Everywhere Hot water Lesson 1 ElWft. Growing Children K of Red Cells in "When Copyright. 1921. Waatern Nawapaper Untoa. IPrp''y Te If, blnck-wnln- war dfniHiid drew heavily upon th Unllril Statrs Department of Agriculture ) BUFFALO. H. Y. Nothtng equals SAPOLIO for scouring It Uil'.ala r'ic Syrt. lsh. bilious, irntame, i. a traspoonfiil never '. and polishing cutlery, r full oti, In a few hoursjftn tan see for your- "u LuoroucDij jt wonts an the our bile, and undigested feed out of the bowels and you have a well, playv I mi cnua acaln. Millions of nipihert keep "California Tls Syrjjp!' handy. Thdy know a todav saves a; slrk child tn. morrow. Ask your druggist for cenn- lne "California FIj 8yJp,,, which has directions for babies and children of ail ages printed en bottle. Mother I Ton must say "California" or you may get an Imitation Us syrup. Advertisement. Makes all metalwaro look like new KING Known PLUG TOBA Pltplf JX, atgpivincT aSjgir Summer Birds of Missouri. Very few people realize the nuro Nber of different klnjjg of birds that , fuune weir norae nene annpxsuiu-nier. Some time ncoeif&iumbla llst of about a CREDIT fO ITS BUILDERS M'sourian published epecj tut one c' tlieIr KUD epuon to uie small House In Maryland toot list, ar,. the following, which Wit' Authentic Record From he had. persohally seen: Blackbird, yt83, Is Still Standing. blackbird, bluebird. blue-JaIndigo bunting, burzard," cardinal, TbeId Quaker meeting house nt Ens-catbird, chickadee, cowblrd, crow, ton, yd, is probably the oldest frame cuckoo, dove, field lark, flicker, gold- boihVhg stnndlng in the United Stntes finch, grosbeak, hawk, Jwt where it was built and ns It humming bird, martin, mocking bird. waf built, without nny change, addl- iiuwuuui, obi, uauimore oriole, or- - tlulf; or subtractions nnd with an nu- rtwrd oriole, pewee, phoebe, pigeon. l, record since 18S3. An roiui, sparrow, snipe, swallow, slonal replacing of the shingles on the scarlet tanager, summer tanager, rotf and of the weather boarding are brown thrasher, whlppoorwtll, downy iTthe repairs It has had. Its frame, woodpecker the assumption thnt tho United and wren. Centralk5HnsIde and woodwork, and some of the ' States would look Into such a request Courier. weathrr lo.inlIn: nro thi enmn S It Is only 1,500 mlle3 when built about the same time that with concern. eating. . William Tenn, who visited the bulld- - from Vokahoma to Manilla. Jthejdnlv worn- - Inir. was tnullnt? with tho Tnillnna nnrl Insistent Inquires finally wrought an . 111. .1 ... t If. I n I admission from the Japanese statesThe only preservative used on the men that submarines were not IncludHh.a Lwood has1 been ed In Uie tyn? of vessel referred to In whlte-as- h on the outside. Seven of the Ihe concluding half of the statement. Original .plank seats nnd the tjjy hiow itndyou, why ' . koia d y, d Njitlc occn-quai- timber suirolv. The became alannlnR. as It was Arcognlzed .ti.M.ifi.-atloi- , of the lliiilcition of nnvalrV. ,!Prr.Bthat unless theret., should i t. n,,.i.n (iriiiiinioni piosriim Misscsied by Sit refv'hnntnble trees would soon he gone. l.iry of Sttile Charles K. Hushes ot tl Fortunately, however, the wnr ended before the larger trees entirely dlsnpplenary session of the iniori' penred. Now a reaction Is setting In. tinn.il ('nfereiiiv. has bwn niaile ISInek wnlnuts are being plnnted In . small numbers by many persons, directIn nn authorized statement fcued by ly In harmony with the policy advoAdmiral Karon Kato, the Jn panes.' cated by the United Slates Department of Agriculture. l spokesman on anmeiit quesA conspicuous Instance of planting tions, this modification ws susgrsiod: occurred near Saginaw. Sllrh. Last "Keeanse of tieriuwriihlcnl isi- - fall, W. S. Linton, president of the lion, Jnp.in deems it lo b only fair at Northern Nut Growers' association, the present time that te other In- procured 30 bushels of walnuts from Ocorge Washingtrees nt the terested fniintrifs snould ajjnv that ton nt Mounthome of Va. These were Vernon, she nin'ntiiin n proportlo in general shipped to Saginaw and In the main tonnage greater , nan t por distributed among the school children cent, iiml In a type o vessel of of the county and planted, two In a hill, on school grounds and along pubstrlrtly defensive diameter, she might delro even lo approximate that lic roads and streets. Two thousand were placed In n nursery for later of i lie greater navies." ' fniler the terms of theiAmerlcan transplanting In one of the public parks of Saginaw. lr.ios;il for limiting the ivojes of the When It became known thnt these world, the replacement Iigi:(fs for capnutl were available for planting, very ital ships for the three powers keen nnd widespread In tbem Uie United States, (Irentritaln aid developed. Telephone Interestfor them calls .tapan. Is fixed at Wi.tnki flir were numerous. Antomobillsts Unllwl Stau ton- (jri.at for many miles to call In person. drove Since tons for .tupuu. an- - unit uistinct rrom this a then, enthusiastically nttended meetings have been places fixo-for auxiliary vessels, tho In the stnte to held In variousquestion consider the being followed. the United States would hae of black walnut tree planting along tho highways. The suggestion Is made l.0,000 tons, Crent Kritain A:fm that In view of the known differences tors nnd Japan 270,000 tons. Ycsscla of hirdlness existing In many species of this Include cruisers and de- of native trees, special care should be stroyers. exercised to avoid extensive planting The Increase asked for Japan in tho of nuts or trees from the wnrmcr portotal of rapltal yhlp tonnage caused tions of the country In sections wher great surprise among thos In close destructively low temperatures are octouch with the conference, because it casionally experienced. had been understood that Japan was Doutbless the safest rule to observe satlslled with the ratio that had been In the North Is to plant nuts from laid down for her in the American pro- trees that have attained good size and posals. On the day this program was announced. Admiral Knto, In response tn an Injury, .said that Japan was satisfied with a navy that would be approximately CO per cent of the size In capital ships of each of the two other great navies. It Is believed here tha-th- e Japanese anticipate objection from the American naval experts to Its suggestion for an increase in auxiliary tonnage. The close proximity of Japan lo the Phllllplno Islands is sulllelent io war-tan- t llrM proixwod ""'alnon ph-liiia-n- D BETTER DEAD GOLD MEDAL i ls- - LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 27 PAUL'S VOYAGE AND SHIPWRECK chlldrenrNjuently experienC ness. Girls uiLboys sometln; the young body Life Is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take Thi National Remedy of Holland for over 200 years; It is an enemy of all pains re- sulting from kidney, liver and uric add troubles. All druggists, three sUeS. Look for tbe nmm Gold Medal on every bos and accept no imitation nai ts t. fr e Bread Made Effective Weapon. During the recent disturbances In Upper Silesia, a purty of Poles, nrmed to the teeth, made nn nttempt to force an entrance Into the town of Korcl, which wns garrisoned by Italian troops. An Itnllnn sentry opened fire ns soon ns the first Insurgents tried to cross the hrlilge over the Itlver Oder. The Poles replied, nnd their attack would have, succeeded If It had not occurred to the sentry to seize his ration of bread and hurl It at his So stnrtled were they by this proceeding that they lied. Possibly they Imagined that this projectile was some new sort of bomb. ISy the time they had recovered from their astonput In nn apishment, pearance, nnd the situation wns saved. Not One Returned From War. One of the most tragic of England's wnr memorials has just been unveiled' Injlhe village church of Holywell, a simple tablet of white stone let Into the church wall. It only contains the names of twelve villagers killed In the war, but the tragedy Is these twelve were the village's entire fighting strength. With n population of less than one hundred, Holywell mustered twelve men of fighting age and they went with the first rush of recruits for Kitchener's army. Not n man came back. Five fell at Gnlllpoll. two at Jutland and the remainder In France. DOSCHEE'S SYRUP Allays Irritation, Soothes and Heal Throat and Lung Inflammation. 7 1 1 . wood-orkjnsl- lia'5had , from ' ewoods oie Maryl UEWk, pine c?lV-s- s "did J Deceiver. Mrs. Toddlchury lo Idlng somethlni? r ' . . v. -- faltered her hus- lou say that?" Imothy. Out with it jen doing?" If you must know. r"bat did yon do with a Los S Jrant, V a nearby ta movie ould have broueht It whose table L !iRI5t much to tJs .X natttrSo you. dear, but It was .desired. Tho man ate his soup In a sEuch a. warm dayfand I didn't think specially noisy manner. EaUng oway, he leaned towards you'd know, so I I spent It for a glass of buttermilk." New Tork Sun. Mr. Tucker and said: ThU is dum good soup, George." Very "Dead." "It sounds good," Mr. Tucker reIgnorance Is never shown more efplied. fectually than In an attempt to conceal It A countryman, roaming about Strict Commercialism, a cemetery, came upon f t "Tou moved your audience to tears,' bore this inscription: a stone which "Sic transit sald the admiring friend. gloria '"Tes," replied Mr. Stormlngton glory). mundl" (So passes earthly Karnes. "We're going to make some "What does that mean?" he nsked ""vmey out of this play." Sjurar Is being compensated at of the sexton, who was at work near- eke. JTT ire, and ' conductor neglected f by. desldes that we're d to going audl- - our weeping The sexton replied: "Well, It means that he was sick transiently and went to glory on a Monday morning." ' Wouldn't Commit Himself. the Terre Haute (Ind.) .uimii uuuu, luiiuwiug a suggestion oi Hear What Mrs, Ellis Sajs About It 'Superintendent TIHey, changed n rul-Covington, Ky. "During each exwhich had barred married women pectant period I used Dr. Pierce's Favorom teaching In the schools and them to come in. One of the ite Prescription. My friends were always very anxious about especially tne "tous ones present turned to Mr. last time, because I me, but setting over was jeet Til). "So you believe that women case of the c Butl am happy to say shotf.1 get married, do yon?" he tbtij fears were unfounded. Alter taking fitted. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription I had Mr. Riley's eyes twinkled. "Eltlier no trouble at all and comparatively no Buffering. Therefore I know the Tavor-it- e that or teach school," he retorted. Prescription' to be good medicine and in my opinion it is the very best thing a vjHappy Marriage. prospective mother can take." Mrs. happy marriage?" said Alma Ellis. 209 E. 3rd St Gs Obtain this famous Prescription novo at tt a wedding breakfast. Harriage," he went on, your nearest drug store, in tablets or liqDr. Pierce, president the husband endures uid, oriwrite in Buffalo, N. Y., forInvalids' Hotel free i doesn't complain, while medicaadrice. jtsa't complain and Becently per-'Ht- The Young Mother's Health is Most Vital W. N. U CINCINNATI, NO. 47-19-21. 7ESTERN CANADA Land of Parity, n. offer to home seekers ecpSitucklet that cannot beseCOTtd eljewbere. The thousand of firmer from the United States h0 have accepted Can- offer to settle on FR EE homesteads awjerop in her provinces hare been well crops. There is Kill available on easy terms Fertile Law! at $15 fe $30 land similar to that, which through many yean ham yielded from 20 to 45 buahela of Wheat to the acre oata. barley and flax alio to great abundance, while raisins horse, cattle, sheep and hog is equally profitable. Hundreds of farmer In western Canada have raised crops in a eisgja seaaonworUi more than the whole cost of their land. With auch auccesa cornea prosperity, irjdependenoe. cood homes and an the comfoxta and coareniencea which make life worth Urine. m Aere Krdes, Poultry, Dairying are aonrces of income second only to grain Farm etc !Unlm, end markets, pauue. Foe motrtd growing and stock ndainz. Attractire climate, cood neighbor, churches; school, railroad facititie. rural tele-- bi, 4oerlptlaii Into, e. of turn rku Sttoa Amftrit ajwrt. CWtaalaUaa, mm4 tailwar tato, ctt, vttt W. S. KCTHEIY. Basa 82. taier. i BW. Brtt. DamlKk. t ,xifnltrattMl Canada cough keeps the delicate mucous membrane of the throat nnd lungs In a congested condition, which Boschee's Syrup gently and quickly soothes and heals. For this reason It has been a favorite household remedy for colds, coughs, P'ick Walnut Trees Are Favored for bronchitis and especially for lung na in minions. ira BANDITS DEVOUR AMERICANS Public Park. Private Lawns .and 11 eiawUafwer the lastfnorr.j..iijrjer flfty-pvyears, eiubllng the patient to obtain a good --1 CTWfrwTjTTrrEaTenrn HaitCflT500'. Bnd as nearly as possible In the night's rest, free from coughing, with easy expectoration In thej morning. By Natives, Expert Tells Committee. Pfectlon wnere they are to be planted. no uurm is iiKeiy to result irom trans- Ton can buy Boschee's Syrup wherever ferring such trees from northern points medicines are sold. Advertisement A ashlngton Tortured nnd eatlnc to more southerly locations in" so far Convicts Operate Game Farm. ,of Private Ijwrence nnd killing nnd as reaction to temperature Is, conThe state of Washington maintains mutilation of Lieutenant Muth, of the cerned. 4The suitability of the black walnut tho only game farm In the world .Marine Corps, by haiidits of Ilnitl were described before the Special Sen- for home planting Is now being recog- which Is operated by convicts, says ate Investigation Committee, by P. II. nized as never before. That It Is one Popular Mechanics Magazine. Great Pllklngton, of New York, a technical of our' most Taluable American trees numbers of pheasants are raised by expert, who, n$ manager of an Ameri- and that Its numbers have steadily trusties on the penitentiary grounds, for distribution throughout the state. can developing company, wns In that been decreasing has long been realcountry two years. He asserted the ized. To n considerable extent this The men work ns freely as though cannibals had the primitive Idea that tree was planted on the western prair- they were not under confinement. by eating human flesh they acquired ies by the. first settlers In compliance Man seems to have lived Engthe courage and fortitude of their vic with the timber and stone act, repealed land before the country was in. severed tims, but related incidents of marines In the late eighties, which required frirra Europe. lost In the mountainous country being that trees b: planted In proportion to land taken up from the government cared for by the bandits. The natives generally were described Some planting has been going on In DON'T FEAR ASPIRIN by the witness ns amiable, docile and stntes and districts beyond the range IF IT IS GENUINE amenable. Lack of security for for- to which the species is indigenous. Even now the forest service of the eign capital nnd the failure of the Look for Name "Bayer" on Tablets, United States Department of AgriculUnited States to make the treaty ehe Then You Need Never Uve were criticized by Sir. Pllklngton. ture does not ndvise Its planting In Worry. pure stands on land from which InTo get genuine "Bayer Tablets of come is necessary during the lifetime Aspirin" you must look for the safety of the average planter, as no returns "Bayer Mall Bandit Nabbed. Cross" on each package and on in timber are probable under at least each Phoenix, Ariz. Hoy Gardner, mail tablet. 35 or 40 years from the time of plantbandit, who escaped under the fire of, The "Bayer Cross" means true, a score of guards from the Federal ing. Aspirin, prescribed by physiDepartment experts recommend thnt cians Penitentiary at McNeil Island, Washyears, nnd for over twenty-on- e ington, where he wns serving a fifty-yea-r the walnut be Included among the proved safe by millions for Colds, Deady species for planting In public parks, term for Pnclflc-Coas- t robberies, ache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, on .large, private lawns dooryards, d was captured Lumbago, Neuritis, and for Pain In here, by along highways, and in and ITerma n Inderlled when he attempted general. Troper and safe directions places on the farm. It is invariably to hold up the mail car on an Atchison, are in each unbroken "Bnyer" package. the single tree planted In the open, Topekn nnd Sofia Fc Railway train at Advertisement. apart from other trees, that develops the Santa Fe station. Into the most perfect specimen. It is American Bible Society. such trees that produce the greatest The American Bible society was ornuts. Usually the finest ganized In New York city In 1810, to quantity of Some Football. Hochester, N. Y. It became known quality of kernel Is from this source. encourage a wider circulation of the Bible. In 1841 an act of Incorporathnt a mall pouch containing negotiMight Meet Fool. tion was made and In 1832 "Bible paper valued nt more than $1,000,-00- 0 able Nailed to a tree along the side of a Bouse" was built, one of the oldest was thrown off n New York Central highway in Colorado there is a board office buildings In New York city. train here by mistake several days ago which bears this significant warning: The bonrd of managers consists ot 38 The mistake was noticed when the "Caution I Many Curves! You might laymen nnd the object Is to translate train readied roughkeepsle and search Meet a Fool 1" And nary a fool runs and circulate the Holy Scripture to was begun Immediately all along the the risk of being known as a fool at all the ends of the earth and espeline. The pouch was kicked about that set of curves. cially among the benighted and destithe Itochester Station for more than tute. It Is strictly undenominational Pneumatic Tires Wear Less. 10 hours, nnd then was gathered up and during 100 years 117,130,711 volAccording to the bureau of public umes have been distributed, printed with a bundle of empty sacks and sent roads, United States Department of In 1W languages. The society Is mainto the Itochester Postodlce. Agriculture, there Is less wear on the tained by bequests, endowments and roads when pneumatic tires are used subscriptions. Envoy to Remain. on motor vehicles. Washington, Ellis Loring Drcssel, Cutleura for Sore Hand. jof Boston, was nominated by President Most of Roads Are Gravel. Soak hands on retiring In the hot suds "Harding to be Charge d'Aftalres to More than 42 per cent of tho sur- of Cutleura Soap, dry and rub In CuGermany. Mr. Dresscl has been Amer- faced roads in the United States are tleura Ointment. Remove surplus ican Commissioner to Germany and gravel, 23.22 per cent are sand cloy, Ointment with tissue paper. This Is row Is in Berlin. Tho nomination of 10.03 per cent are asphalt and other only one of the things Cutleura will do Mr. Dresscl was said in official circles bituminous materials, 3.01 per cent if Soap, Ointment nnd Talcum are used to mean thnt probably no Ambassador are concrete and .02 per cent are for all toilet purposes. Advertisement. would be 6ent by the United States to brick. Berlin, for a time at least. Mr. Drca-sel'- s You've Got to Hit the Halibut. Geese Seldom Need House. presence In, Berlin will enable The halibut feeds on the bottom of Except In stormy weather during prompt resumption of diplomatic relathe sea and when he Is hooked he altions ns soon as the Senate acts on hii the rainy season geese seldom need e lows himself to be drnwn toward the house. But wherever t;hey are, geese top nomination. without very much of a protest. should be provided with a clean place, The struggle commences the instant with plenty of straw or shavings. PRODUCING MILK FOR PROFIT his nose emerges from the water and the possibility of n fight is anticipated ' A Just Grievance. Like Real Butlne'ss Man Farmer Crn-- x "I had to discharge our star's un- by a hard blow on the head. This blow not Afford to Keep OnprofjJ-abl- e derstudy," remarked the movie direc- must be sure nnd hard for ir there Is any compassion for the fish he Is as Producers. tor. good as gone, for nny opportunity to wns the trouble?" "What TJie way to make money out of the struggle menns Its escape. ' "He said that after he"' production of milk, Is to begin at life In leaping off thp''"' and home. Weed out unprofitable producVWP NlihtStronv.Morning. lng automobiles off If7H.althy Hav ers. No reol business man will keep sharks and doing. y.IftheyTire,Itch, a workman in bis employ a week If In our Smart or Burn, if Sore, an unprofitable "producer, and thinks tb."'v KfrC Irritated, Inflamed or the cow Is the dairyman's machine, right thefts lTL3 Granulated.useMurme jgt he dairyman's workman. lothaa. Refreshes. Safe for dult At all Drggiits. Write for K)k. HtrUt Eji eaitir Cc Colour ' I e world-famosingle-hande- The almost constant Irritation of a Pullets Liberal Ration of Scratch Grain In the Faff. scyap by 3 per cent and the cornmeal by 12 per cent have not shown any advantage. The evidences are . that grc'ind nnt5Btll i riur rstiwi " clucvs no beneficial results. It Mys to ,vnry the proportion of grains In the scratch mixture, from an .econom ical standpoint, according to the mar ket price of these farm crops. At present, a scratch mixture of three parts cracked com, two parts oats, and Give V onctpart wheat, by weight. Is used wltb this mash. I previous years fish meal has not proved a more profitable and practical source of protein In the mash than meat scrap, but during the present year the production has been very good where the fish refuse has been used, nnd as the price of this material has decreased, larger net Incomes result from Its use. Sixty per cent protein fish scrap nifw can be obtained for from SI to $2 per hundred pounds cheaper than 05 per cent protein meat scrap. Innumerable varieties of fish scrap have been fed nnd no harmful effects have resulted from feeding even fish scrap of varied compositions, some being unusunlly rich in oil conTests In which only 15 per tent. cent of meat scrap was fed In the mnsh have not resulted In as high production with pullets ns where 20 or 25 per cent of ment scrap was used, but with yearling hens the 10 per cent meat scrap has given practically as the higher. as good production With the heavier breeds. It Is advisable to decrense the amount of meat scrap during the second year, as such feeding tends to keep the fowls In better breeding condition. Save Poultry Manure. Road dnst or agricultural gypsum on the dropping boards will save the ammonium In the droppings from evaporation. It is the most valuable characteristic of poultry manure. too hard and oveltax their i They become pale, weak, an They lose their appetites, brC guid, and are not able to mak rees In school work. "Gro fast" Is often true. It is vSff-- - it Phil. 4:12, 13. tant to keep thoblood of "rowing gift PRIMARY TOPIC The Story ot a Shipand boys In a healthy aie. wreck. n keeps the blood pi areX JUNIOR TOPIC Paul tn a Shipwreck. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC The red cells In the blood are J; Storm and Shipwreck. .Wla creased. They carry TOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC cen to all Darts of the body, and violS Paul' Power Over Men. agalV "i some youthfulness blooms I. A Stormy Voyage (w. cloar comnlexlons. bricht eyes and 1. The ship. A ship of Alexandria buoyant spirits. Sold both In liquid sailing from Jlyra to Italy. and tablet form by druggists every 2. The company. Two of Paul' where. The name "Gudes friends, Arlstarcbus and Luke, are Siangan" Is on the package. permitted to go with him. Besides tisemenL these three there were 273 in the ship (v..7). FIRST TO HELP UNFORTUNATE 3. The storm. The ship made little headway on account of unfavorable Idea of Teaching Deaf and Dumb Had winds. Taul advised that they winter Its Inception in Brain of In Fair Havens (vv. but his ad Spanish Monk. . vice was unheeded. The gentle south they loosed wind deceived them, so Search for the first man to conceive from Crete, only to be soon overtaken the Idea of Imparting knowledge to the by the tempestuous wind, called En- deaf and dumb leads one Into a clols- -' roclydon. They did everything pos- t& In the Middle ages. There, In bis sible to save the ship. They took up little cell In a Spanish village near the boat which wa towed behind; Madrid, the Benedictine monk, Pedro they bound great cables around the de Ponce, pondered In 1570 over the ship to strengthen It for the storm; problem of how to make useful citithey lightened the ship by bringing zens of those who had been denied down from the masts and rigging ev- both speech and hearing. erything that was superfluous; and Two centuries passed befor finally, the cargo and tackling of the England took up this cjiarlty, , ship Itself were thrown overboard. All trolt News states. - George this seemed to be of no avail, so that finally succeeded In all hope of being saved was removed. deaf and dumb asylun It seemed that wicked men and ma 1702, and In 1S10 Thon terial forces were combined to pre- induced the city of. Ed) vent the great apostle from reaching low the example" Rome. However, this Is only apparAmerica's fir ent, for these very experiences were stitutlon was' overruled by God to bring good cheer after the far and salvation to many on the way. had Introdn' We should remember that tempestu teaching bot ous winds, as welt as the soft breezes, land. await God's faithful ones. The pres ence of storms does not prove that we If You Net are going the wrong way. II. Paul's Serene Faith (w. You S! To a man who did not know God, the failure of the sun and stars to shine for many days, th; fading of all Have you f hope, was natural; but :o the man ot is that so God it faith, hope still burns -tensively adv Is just as near to Ills own' In tbe midst of light ant of a stormy sea as In their quiet homes. reason i plai Note Paul's behavior: , the promise . , 1. Ills rebuke for their failure to applies more . heed his advice at Fair Havens (v. A medicini '' value 21). This was not a raer, taunt, but curative an endleu cr. a reference to the wisdom of his for- recommended mer advice urging them 'to give him benefited; to tin. , A prominent a more respectable hearing. example Dr. Kilo, 2. Bids them be of good 'taeer (v. preparation I have . 22). He Inspired them with hope. and never hesitate to 3. He promises them safety (v. 22) almoit every case it &. Though the ship would go to nieces. suit, a many of my en . No other kidney remedy l every man's life would be save). V 4. Tbe source of hl3 Infomatloo Mle." Aeecrdiaa- - rmtrom' U fw 23. 241. The anepl a-verified testimony of thousai ealoU- o rued the preparation, their There" ia dut rkness of storm that can shi it Kilmer Swamp-Roo- t so many people claim, that a angels, God's ministering from those who believe ami uuy. most .every wih It overc liver and hUddei 5. The reason of Paul's calm faith nary troubles an (v. 23). "Whose I am and whom I, acid, which cause serve." You may reeeiv by J III. The Ship's Crew All Safe on Swamp-Roo- t Dr. Kilmer & Cc Land (vv. and enclose ten c, This was exactly as tbe Lord had paper. Large an said. We can rest assured that all for sale at oil dm, Uod has spoken shall come to pass, even though there be a broken ship, Blcgest Boy it "Gosha-mlghtbrutal soldiers and a perfidious crew. bu Aside from the fulfillment of God's for this world I" sale promise, the most Important part f porter the other mot this section Is tho splendid sanity as Jan Van Albert d. which characterizes Paul's action on squeezed ti the way. Two things especially mark of a Pullman car, stral,. his sanctified common sense. nis run neignt oi u reel uuMie jr&ve 1. His vigilance had detected that the roof of the car an affectionate pat the sailors had planned to escape. He and then hustled to a telephone io orknew how much tic? would be needder his breakfast a meal that would, ed presently, and at once took steps stagger five ordinary men. He went to prevent their dscape. The "biggest boy In theyworld" Is Alstraight to the man In charge and said, bert, who is only nlneteenV By way of "Except these abide in the ship, ye diversion, he can wtlkV about the He practiced the streets and look In tho Second- - story cannot be saved." truth that genuine reliance upon God windows. Is the Incentive to human action. God's decrees always Include Diplomacy. the means for their accomplishment. K diplomat Is a man who, when he 2. He knew that the famishing conarrives home late, gets Into bed backdition of the people was not the most wards so that if his wife wakes he can favorable for the physical struggle say he Is Just getting up. London which ws soon to be undergone by Opinion. them when they must struggle through the water to the shore. So he gets IF MOTHERS ONLY KNEW tbem to take a substantial breakfast Dor'nt these days how many children are Ho had tbo good sense to look after ot headache. ferexiahBeas stomach tronMeaBndlisi aaglivrtfeiC'tjnotacr only that which was necessary. It was no knew what jfttber Oraj'a 8wH Powder time to talk to these men about their would do for-- their children no fa mil 7 would Ter These souls, for their bodies needed the main easr be without them. taaa andpowders at so and pleasant to so eefctlve in attention. His prayer for that meal their action that mothers who once tM them had more effect upon the people than always tell other mother about them. Sold by everywhere. his preaching would have had. Let us learn from this the divine method of administration, namely, God overruling wfcllo man trusts Him and acts. LOTION A vigorous fiJlth manifests itself in CONTAINS TH reasonable action. LESSON TEXT Acta 27:1-4- 4. GOLDEN TEXT- -I know whom I hav believed, and am persuaded that he !( able to keep that which I have committed unto him aKalnat that day. II Tim. 1:11. REFERENCE MATERIAL II Cor. 11:23-31 Pepto-JIangalife-givin- g ), V ). 35l bhtly. C( 27-41-). Jack-knif- e, r or drug-gist- s later seasons., Only hens whose Krst year's production Is unusually high are worth 80 Irx Rats are shrewd pests. You may have them though you don't see them. Clean up their breeding places as much as possible and place the setting hens In protected nests. The advantages of cood standnnl. bred stock are being so rapidly recognized that there Is a keen demand In every community for breeding stock and hatching eggs from good stock. The best way to avoid troubln in the flock of fowls In the winter la hv having open-frobouses. There will be less dampness, fowls win be healthier and there Is less risk of frozen combs. The hen shows her ability as an en: producer the first laying year. Production the first season usually Is 15 to per cent higher than Broad (J Eternal Life. What is thla bread, O my God? It is not merely the support which Thy providence supplies for the necessities of life; it Is also the nourishment of truth which Thou givest each day to thw soul. It is the bread of eternal Ws, giving it vigor, nnd making It grow In faith. Thou dost renew ft every day. Thou givest within nnd without precisely what the soul needs for its advancement in a life of faith and renunciation. For whatever happens to me each day Is my dally bread, provided I do not refuse to take It from Thy hand and feed upon It Fenelon. 4 PALMER'S St'P WONDERFUll PALMER'S LOTT AND I USE AU. DRUGGISTS. CUAJUUrTTID HIWVOSK SOLON PALMER ar A mm I ' - 'vaanlnv a aapnm1 t Up to the Poultryman. There ,1s a time In most poultry The Wish.' flocks when the egg returns become The desire to pic. very low and often It Is in the fall Just at the time when feed bills are bnvaras pleasing, high. The length of t'le time of loss quickly responsive"" depends on the skill" of the poultry-ma- some one Is trying t returns fall at If tn addition one i Why do this time? Because there are too the victory Is many early moulting hens In the flock a pleashv' average strac, which have ceased producing eggs. to be If Cows Were Advertiser. tbat "Manufacturers .of the world's most , n. the-ieg- Must Love God. Tou should frequently arouse within yourself the desire to give to God all the faculties of your soul that Is, of your mind, to know Him and think of Him, and of your will, to love Him; and further seek to consecrate all your outward senses to Hlrn. tn j all their actions. Fenelon. rroat a Boae strata, tu iBtwe, SpllMi, Carfc, si Bone, or similar troubles t I eta horsa going sound. ' acts mildly cut quickly a. (rood resalta ar laatlr Doe) not Muter cr renter hair and boras can bc'vro Pais IV fn pamphlat wll' DOtuoisus now, delivered. HsnaBerk W. Stops Lame :v F.TOraCfaOIO Tear f' r flttf perfectt " veil-ke- daljerd,' 1m- - V - ." . . 'bullet, v "-- v right lung. 5y was shunting jit tray bullet struck l'rcss- - Spanis iiimMnMimu himisli one-fourt- h X A. ;By Camilla Kenyon COTYRIOHT L THE COMPANY Win. ognlzlng lier powers. There wns not left port. If you like I will send The cily council refused dark slgnltlcauce In these "adverse In n man to the water-fron- t TREASURE ISLAND. with you and ;. llucnces," though w'lether they meant you i?ny be nblo to go on board and Sjdoctors but none Frankfort Adjutant General Jack-Fo- the request or the water board to raise Well, here'i a new kind of seemed to give me water rntw. Tin water board urged me or the family lawyer 1 was not sure. have a tnlk with your Morris accepted the reMgnatinn of aunt" "Treature Wland" a kind that Miss Higgleshy-BrownOr. Morgan, first lieutenant of the that an ordinance lie passed to increase however. Did 1 thank him? I have often would Stevemon .T?Per about Lvdia 173d Sam the. rates twenty-fiv- e per cent. In rehud assisted Aunt Jnne to find herself, wonder Meld Hospital. Winchester. when I waked up In the chuckle over, could he come fusing to pass the ordinance the counanil as a consequeiico Aunt Jnne, for. night back to read it. And by a woI. have a vision of myself utuits ltwpuunu SO tne comparatively trilling outlay need dnshinr out of the hotel, and then the El aecieed ti Lonisvllle With 1.7S0 high school cil declared Hint the rates should be man, tool So, at you may eaiily It submitted to the commissioners who fill to finance the Harding-Brownland before lip firs eximagine, it's different from the noys enrolled in the Y. M. C. A. hnck Mat brought mo Is bearing mo pedition, would shortly be the richer nwny. Bellboys hurled my hags In rank and file of the many I I bottle was gone an throughout the state. Kentucky rank will take otlice 011 January 1. found cre.it rtHof by atorie about treature islands. of a vast treasure of nfter rue, nnd I throw them largons among Ihe forty-eigh- t states of i nshg it untu I had taken sixth Juit the fame, it's a real Padueah designation Spanish doubloons. The knowledge of recklessly. Frank I. Mndly wo clattered over Jes. Now I am very well and the Union, Arthur X. Cotton. Interna Welland as commissioner of tiie treasure island story an unintills hoard was Miss Illgglesliy- - cobhled ways. Out on tho smooth of Paduiy own housework. I can gladly tional Y. M. C-- A. secretiiry, disclosed habited island, adventurers who eah Hoy Scouts has been accepts! by Browne's nlone. It had been revealed waters 6? the roadstead lny ships ;end Lydia E. Pinkham's meat cine during the conference with the Statu have adventures, members of the to her by n dying sailor In a London great ahdViinll. ships with stripped comwomen." Mrs. Bertha Board of the Y. M. C. A. treachery, violence and Spanish at the Watter- - mittee. Oscar K Scout executlvo promu., uavenswood, w. Va. yoa Hut el. hospital, whither she had gone on n masts nnd svjokeless funnels, others Holmes, who Is doubloons. And this time, for i wary day of most housewives inent In Scout work In Padiieab, was mission of kindness you gathered with faint gray .spirals wreathing upgood measure, love and rorfleicss treadmill or washing, elected commissioner to fill Ihe vacan that Miss Browne wns precisely the ward from their jstacks. Was one of mance and humor are thrown . . Jeaninc mendinc. nwerninoShelby. Hie MaJ. J. P. II. Purr. cy. Mr. WVIInm! served ns Scout com in. sort to take ndviintnge when people these the Bufus Smith, nnd would I id caring for little ones, IIow nn Inmate of the Masonic Home here The author, Camilla Kenyon, were helpless nnd unable to fly from reach her or him before the thin mlssloner for live years. del the tasks when some de-- died of Injuries was born in San Francisco, with suirervd when he her. Why the dying sailor chose to gray feather became a thick black 'Sit oi tne system causes a legend of a buccaneer ancesbearing-dow- n Columbia Columbia Is to have make Miss Browne the repository of plume? I thought of my aunt at the pains struck by the automobile of K. .1. Iic.i tor in the family. She fays the "ousness. Every such woman ner, a druggist, of 3101 West Jefferson radio station In tbo near future, an his secret. I don't know tills still re mercy of these unknown ndventurers sometimes thinks the old rover's out by Mrs. Lierine's exneri- - streel,' Louisville, to which place Mr, Instant news will he received from all mains for me the unsolved mystery. with whom she had set forth, help soul may have got by mistake member this, for over forty going. The steering geai parts of the United Slati-s- . But when the sailor closed his eyes less os a little fnt pigeon among The into her earthly frame. Anybextmo way, she always hat doted on the secret and the map of course hawks, and I felt desperately, that I . ma osa dccb rcaionng nealtn. on the druRgist's autoInto the loosi pnratus will lio localcd on top of th and the auto turned sea tales of adventure and feno' Court Iloi's i:i the ceni.'r of in there was n map had become Miss must reach her, must save her from now she where Major UufT wios standing. written one of her IIIgglesby-Browne'square. The connecting wires will b A them and bring her safe back to own that's better reading than Miss Browne now had clear before shore. How I was to do this at tho Installed In the Jewelry store of L. I most of those she has read. Lexington The city of Islington Young, who is promoter of the enter her the road to fortune, but unfortu- eleventh hour, plus nbout n Yes; it's ture different the was tined one cent and costs by nately It led across the sea and quite minutes, ns at present, I hadn't con prise. heroine tells the Jury In Circuit Court, on a clianre of out of the route of steamer travel sidered. But experience had taught story herself I An interesting permitting 11 nuisance, "taxlrab row, Capital In excess of Miss Browne's re- me that once in my clutches Aunt pepyoung person with a yarn that Vrankfort Information received sources was required. to be maintained. will keep you reading far beThe Indictment th- - State linking Department was t London prov Jnne would offer nbout os mnch re yond bedtime. charged that the taxicub drivers, who the effect that W. W. Rond, dofaultln ing cold before Its great opportunity. sistance as n slightly melted wax doll, congregate with their machines in cashier of the Moscow State ltuiik. had Miss Browne had shaken off Its dust She gets so soft that you are almost front of the Union Station and engage been Imllrted on four counts bv the and come to New York, where a mys afraid to touch her for fear of leav CHAPTER I. teriously potent Influence had guided ing dents. In Vamliling, drinking, cursing, fight Hlckmnn County grand Jury. Tv; Will her to Aunt June. Through Miss An Aunt Errant. ins and other indecent and lmmoiul counts chargo him with nihnpproprta So to get there, get there, get there. conduct." Never hud life seemed more fair and Browne's great organizing nbllltles. was the one prayer of my soul. lion of funds, one with forgerynnd on ; with embezzlement. I got there. In a bont hastily comHe Is at liberty smiling than at the moment when not to sp?nk of those newly brought . Auut Jane's letter descended upon me to light In Aunt Jane, a party of mandeered by the hotel clerk's depFrankfort Suit for a writ of habeas under ?.t,100 bond. like bolt from the blue. The fact stanch comrades hud been assembled. uty. We brought up under the side corpus to require H. V. llnstln, superHopklnsvllle That threats of vio Is, I was taking n vacation from Aunt a steamer engaged to meet them at of the little steamer, nnd tho wide Intendsnt, to release him from the re Uni June. 1 icing nn orphan, I was sup Panama, nnd It was ho, for the island surprised fnce of n Svedlsh deck- formatory whs filed In the Frauklln lence hafl been made here In the blue Pacific tnnln! hnnd stared down at us. Circuit Court by I'hll Oentlle, who nas ted States Conunlsslonor Alvan 11. posed to he under Aunt Juno's win, With this lyrical outburst Aunt Let me aboard! I must come tent up from Whitley County to serve Clark, nd a detective who came hero, but tills was the merest polite fiction, Jane concluded the body of her letter. aboard," I cried. eighteen months for robbery. Oentlle bemuse of their activities against boot and I am sure that no lien with one A small cramped postscript informed Other faces appeared, then a rope- contends that If lie had boon given leggers, became known here. Oonmila chicken worries about it more than ladder. Somehow I was mounting proper allowance for "gHl behavior' sinner Clark veritled a report that his I did about Aunt Jane. I had spent me that It wns against .Miss the last three years, since Aunt Susan wishes thnt she revealed their plnns It a dizzy feat to which only the tu ids sentencejwould have expired Octo i'fe had been threatened beceuse Ills action In casts coming befoio him died nnd left Aunt Jane with ail tho to nnyone, hut that she did want to mult of my emotions made me Indif ber 11. money nnd no one to look after but hear from me before they sailed from ferent Bare brawny arms of sailors where parties wrtv charged with viola me, In snatching her from the brink Panama, where a letter might reach clutched at me and drew me to the raduenh A verdict carrying life Im tion of the liquor laws. The Frenchman Pare In tho KIt. II Th- Pinnr tnnn.tM nu.cu k m . of disaster. Her most recent and nar her If I was prompt. deck. There at once I was the cenUJ j v. "a .ujvauj prisonment was returned by the Jury teenth century Invented three kinds woman carrle thn hesf stnrr nt th "And ot course," I explained to Bess ter of a circle of speechless and astonHal C. Bowman. CO, row escape was from n velvet In the an Daniels case. Daniels was I ... . n ..iin.r.i A ns I hurled things Into my bags, "if a ished persons, oil men but one. iiuum oca. oatiie 01 uasiinrs. convicted of the murder of his father. farmer of this county, was killed In tongued person of half her years who Well?" demanded a large breezy h Joe A. Daniels, a wealthy landowner, stantly by a interurban car turned out to be a convict on parole. voice. "What's this mean? What do of Calvert City, last Mnrclu The com on the Versailles pike about three She had her handbag packed for the you want aboard my ship?" LF monwealtli charged that wood alcohol miles from Lexington. According to elopement when I confronted her with I looked up nt a man In was given to the father In a soft drink the motorman, the car was about this unpleasant fact. Wlieu she came a large straw hat. seventy-fiv- e teet from the crossing of to she was bitter Instead of grateful, ,'d of and that the body was thrown Into "I want my nunt," I explained. Clark's Itlver by the son. where it yas the Versailles and Gum Lane pikes and went about for weeks presenting r "Your aunt?" he roared. "Why the spectnele of blighted affections when lie saw Mr. Bowman standing on found (floatlns. devil should you think Tve got your the track and with his back to the an which was too mucli for tho most self- nunt?" So It ended Lexington Work has started to Ir. proachlng car. The motorman applied npproving conscience. ; a luna-- , You have got her" I replied with In the crease tiie capacity of city water the brakes and blew fiio whistle but with niy packing her oft to New York firmness. "I don't see her. but she's where I wrote to her frequently and o wliom be reservoir Jo. 4 ntar the city, approxi was vnanlc to stop the car. here somewhere. kindly, urging her not to mind mo but mately 40 per cnt. it was nnnouncetl The captain of the Bufus Smith Frankfort Under the auspices' of to stay us long as she liked. by John O. Stoll, president of the lierer shook two large red fists above his Meunwhlle I came up to the ranch ington Hydraulic and Manufacturing the Ulson Club, of Louisville, and the head. married J Company. The Improvement will give Kentucky State Historical Society, the for a' long holiday with Bess and the Another lunatic 1" he shouted. 'Td baby, a holiday which had already body or William T. Price, known Inter.anJadditlorial of 22.1.000 000 as soon have a white (horse and a minItself out to Thanksgiving. Tried, my wife's gallons or nationally as the author of "Tho Anal- - stret-lie- d Tha Cam is to bo fcis wJRtp. ister aboard as go to sea In a floating Jade" my wife. the raised three Never say "Aspirin" without saying of Pbiv Construction" ami 'Tli- - and! threatened to last until Christ- fect. bedlam ! ' .father-in-laTechnique .of the Drama,' Ul'.l he In ning and As the captain's angry thunder V aa to Aunt Jnne. state of Jjfstepson. Then WARNING! Unless you see name "Bay Padueah Dde for more than forty-thre- e terrea tn the Franktort Cemetery, be- - was fntuously calm,mj she wns mind died nwjay came tho small, anxious Miuy years, two Interest coupons of Aido. the grave of Kentucky's well- - Ing with cousins, who live in a suburb you are not getting genuine Aspiring voice ot Aunt jane. Xfrrod that boy. $1.50 each were paid by McCrackep. known poet, Robert Burns Wilson. arc ' &r-- J r7 0.hJpJeasfl( tell Jfer0thcr' because he tVunty Fiscal Court the coupons Mr. Price was born In Jefferson Coun and, sure frightfully respectable. physicians over 2 J ars and proved . me wau's me matter 1 him wnstwiv. The they numbered no convicts Jpr; but he was also wc??orward6d to Padueah by ty, near Louisville, and w;as a nephew was Ing af she edged her way Into,' the am'ftng their acquaintance, or Indeed the of Gen. Sterling wife's stepdaughter. Price. group. Her eyes, round, pale, blink an one from whom Aunt Jnne was xandson, and that CitteenV Union National Rank, of ' Ing a little In the tropical glare. vt-iruiParif; Miss Sarah Daniel, for 'sev UkeljV' to require rescuing. And If It 01 my siepuroui-''ejwf- e Loulsvill, for payment. They were jrLumbago 1, 1878. It is believed the roved jDver the circle until they tit on Earache bad a son,' so my due June eral years engaged In farming in Bour came to a retired missionary I was me. Bight where she stood Aunt Jane ihe stepsister of my coupons bad been misplaced In the bon County, filed voluntary petition ln perfectly willing. Accept only "Bayer" package which contaiL petrified. Her poor little chin drqpped tut the cousins and their respect idmother. because papers of some estate and only recent- liankrnptcy In Federal Court In Lexuntil it disappeared altogether in the Ild; my father ly found. They were ordered paid ington, placing her assests as ?SO0, ability are of the passive order, where Handr tin boxea of "r2 UbleU Bottle. M 24 and folds of her plump neck, and she re without Investigation. my child, Aspirin ts ti trsd. surk of B7sr Msmfsctu c lleoctotlcst ' and her liabilities at $o,tG0.23. WIUi as to manage Aunt Jane demands ag gressive and continuous action. Hence "i Must Get to Panama In Time to mained speechless, stricken, immobile w.lfe; I am the assistance of a negro, Miss Daniel as a wax figure In an exhibition. Save Her." Louisville Frank Demetrls. 39, oil for a number of years conducted j who Is also EXPLAINED , DERBY fall hat. No, suh. BROWN a the bolt from the blue above alluded "Aunt Jane," I said, ''you must come .other; I am mnn with nn office in room 807 of the farm of 300 acres In this county. An to. mah last winter letter can reach her so can L At least right back to shore with me." I spoke I was swinging tranquilly in the w; my wife ltepuhlic Building; Harry Miller, 50, expert In all brandies of farming she I must take the chance of It What calmly, for unless you are perfectly As a Matter of Fact, George Was Very nau ny son Is my and Thomas J. Priest, 31, both of was ZZ as much at home behind the plow hammock,rayI remember, when Bess those people ore up to I don't know Far From Trying to "Rush calm with Annt Jane you fluster her. ' letters nnd then hurried probably tim my own whom gave their l;ome as SteubenvIIle, handles and In the harvest field as In brought He Wasn't Hunti! the Season." they mean to hold her She replied only by a slight gobO-- , were arrested near the Kentucky & the kitchen or dining room. She built a way because the baby had fallen ransom and murder her outright frr A noted evangelist was preaching; If It bling her throat, but slrr Lon- - Indiana K. It- bridge, on charges of with her own hands a large barn, a downstairs. Unwarned by the slight Is not forthcoming. Or perhaps some woman Inspoke in a loud the' other One morning, while folks still com 'n the church of which voice, addisorderly conduct and being fugitives corn crib, two silos and painted the est premonitory thrill, I kept Aunt of them will marry It her and share the dressed not to me but to the universe plained of the protracted hot weather. Bruee's parents were members. Jane s letter till the last and skimmed from Justice at Chicago, as-- o result of" residence. and the men had not discarded their was Sunday and the evangelist was to" Her work as an Interior spoils with Miss HIgglesby-BrownIn general. an alleged attempt to transport e decorator, took premiums at the state through all the others. Minor, family-homa accompany the of the for din"The Young Person Is mad I" It was straws In favorwoman's soft hats now ner. He was a man At lost I came to Aunt Jane. I Anyway, I must get to Panama In como settled In Westcott car to Indiana which if said and bluegrass fairs. In vogue, the course took of large physique, on unmistakably British Intonation. ripped open the envelope nnd drew time to save her." Varrlng factions to have been stolen. her post the establishment of one of with an appetite reported to be In ac"Or you might go along to the (led, this region cord with his size. Bruce, lingering Lexington Two ears of seed corn out the letter a fat one, but then Island," suggested Bess. the leading silversmiths of the city. Padueah More than 4,000 people believed to be more than a thousand Aunt Jane's letters are always fat ferful place for Busy about the entrance of the nearby, as the minister donned overI paused to glare at her. Nevertheless, as I spread out tho "Anybody that ain't goin in building was a t are many sec-- passed through the gates of the colored coat and hat, heard him remark to the ears old, will be planted next sprin; "Bess I And let them murder me, pages I felt a mild wonder. County Exposition tn by Prof. A. M. Miller, head of the de close-fillethat direction it welcome to itry yhat have very man, whose outfit was rendered com head of the family that he was not . , tool". ' jump overboard." imany of" lie people the opening day, and the venture Is partment of geology at the University Writing so large, so black, so stagplete by a stylish light brown derby hungry. Later, at the dlnnr, when "Or marry you " cooed Bess. gering, so mndly underlined, must InnculturaL Tiie wars pronounced the most successful ever of Kentucky. the preacher was doing ample justice J' hat Scientists at the unl- One month later I was climbing out dicate something 'above even Aunt region for attenmpted by Padueah and the counbed the While the woman made the mental to all tempting viands, Bruce aston(TO BE CONTINUED.) erslty have hopes that the seed still of n lumbering hack before the TIvolI . ,ve seriously Inter- ty. Displays of merchants, manufact- retains Its vitality. The ears were sent Jane's usual emotional level. Per- hotel, which reservation that the wearer was some- ished those assembled at the board square and white T thnnptit Tim . Js, though, of course, urers and farmers, and radiant decora- to Professor Miller by Albert Wachen-swant- haps In sober truth there was a mis- and imposing rises low green height IN EXISTENCE BY COMMAND what early with such headgear, a hv snvlni "Mister . on the sionary lland a rest, which will tions make the long hall a scene of handsome motorcar drew np at the wasn't hungry." His remark brought of Chllllcothe, O., who said he above the old Spanish city of Pan' &ben farming Is again beauty. Among Twenty minutes later I staggered the features in the obtained them from Dr. William C, a hearty laugh from the preacher. ama. In spite of the melting trop- Present City of Halifax Was Founded curb, and there alighted a gentleman, whose appearance and parade of fashion models, displaying Mills, archeloglst 'and museun curator, Into Bess' room. i Orders Given by British ical heat there was a chill fear at ray Under of the great oil fields latest creations In fall styles which of Columbus, O. "Dr. Miller Hush I" slie sai'd. "Don't wake the Englishmen Housewives. bearing bespoke authority and succlaimed Government heart the fear that Aunt Jane and .. fSffcr taJ, supply of are shown by Taducah's merchants-Farcess. In Lancashire, England, where both to have found the grain a little mouldy. baby!" her band of treasure-seeker- s had al . (ael and, consequently, crop exhibits and the McCracken In a Jar, sealed hermetically "Good morning, George," was his husbands and wives work In the mills, Baby or no baby," I whispered sav ready departed on their quest or by nallfax Is one of that small num- cheery greeting to alt, kinds can be County Poultry Show: jy of the smiling colored the husband does more of the houseagely, "I've got to are recorded a time-tablI crossed the broad gallery and ber of places that were commanded operated. It Is simply best In the county's history. The the nccident. In a mound near Chllllcothe I leave for the cityhave extonight to catch plunged Into the cool dimness of the to come Into existence, and obeyed. man. See you are early with your fall work than perhaps any other husband hose age is admitted to be several . peace, education and position will continue thsough the in the world. Many of the men can lobby In the wake of the bellboys who. Acadia was ceded to the British crown hat, arn't you7" thousands of years," say tho Literary the first steamer for Panama I" arm Implement News, Well, no, boss," answered George. make a bed and prepare a meal better week. Later, while the baby slumbered discerning a helpless prey, had by the treaty of Utrecht In 1713, but Digest In a recent Issue. ' early with mah new than the wives can. and I packed, I explained. This was swooped en masse upon my bags. little or nothing was done for a third "It ain't that Ise Either Way. IxMilsvllle activity was dis "Miss Jane Hardlng7" repeated the of a century to give It a British populaFrankfort The right of women to difficult; not that Bess is as a genueislest thing In the world played by the Greathealth department's- - serve Finally, in the spring of 1749, dty on Juries will .be decided by the eral thing obtuse, but because the pic- clerk, nnd at the cool negation of bis tion. man-tplay sensible, says a school physicians ana nurses during Court of Appeals when it hands down ture of Aunt Jane embarking for tone my heart gave a sickening down- the British government sent out In tie writer. The easiest thing la wild, Isle of rldjts 'for a man to play the the first month of the winter term of nn opinion In the case of Frank H. somehead oflone treasure-seekin- the Pacific as ward swoop. "Miss Jane Harding and transports, convoyed by war ships, a expe party have left the hotel I" 2,070 settlers, for the most part disSain against the commonwealth, an the tool. Anybody who's had, public schools. The doctors advls- the charged soldiers and their families. "For the Island?" I gasped. appeal from the decision of the ,Let dition was enough to shake the strong-es- t that- - Houston Post. d medical treatment In 275 cases. cher Circuit Court having been filed Intellect And yet nmld the wel He raised his eyebrows. "Can't They were well supplied with means made 4,434 physical examinations, with the Court of Appeals. Three ter of Ink nnd eloquence which filled say, I'm sure." ne gave me an ap- of all kinds, and told to found a city f. mortality of Egypt reaches 275 children with physical dethose fateful pages, stare. Chebucto cent among the natives. , found and vaccinated 460 children. The women served on tne Jury which gave hard fact confrontingthere was tho cold praising touched Perhaps the woe In on the shores of did; namingbay, which fects you. Aunt Jane my face him, for he descend- they accordingly the place Sain a life sentence In the penitent! nurses treated four children in school, ary for the murder of M. W. Cruhtrce. was going to look for burled treasure. ed from the eminence of the hotel Halifax, In compliment to George excluded IDS from school, gave 4,484 Sain appealed from the Judgment of In company with one Violet Higglesby-BrownSuppose guide said clerk where lt dwelt apart sufficient Montague, earl of Halifax, the mempupils Instructions as to hoy to over- Letcher Circuit Court on the grounds whom she sprung on you ly to add, "la It important that you ber of tho British government under come defects, made C41 visits to homes that women have no right to serve on without the slightest explanation, as should see her?" "This way there's safe and pleasant whose Immediate auspices the settleand forty-nin- e visits to dispensaries. though alluding to the queen of Sheba "I am her niece. I have come all ment was undertaken. It became at joad to your destination, with no risks or Juries. or the Siamese twins. By beginning the way from San Francisco expect- once the capital of Nova Scotia, and troubles on the way," and Frankfort Production of three of such it has continued to be to the Louisville Col. C L. Daughrty, com at th6 end nnd reading backward-A- unt ing to Join her here." the outstanding natural resources of mandant of the Confederate Home at Jane's letters are usually most The clerk meditated, his shrewd present day. It Is, therefore, the old"That way there's road that good Kentucky daring the last three years ewee Valley, accompanied by a score Intelligible that waj- - you managed to eyes piercing the very secrets of my est political capital under the British many have stalled on and turned back ws valued at $401,251,701, according to of residents- of the home left for Chat- piece togetner some explanation of soul. flag in all Canada. a report made by Dr. Willard K Jill- - tanooga to attend. Die tlirity-flrs- t from, but you may get through." this Miss HIgglesby-Brown- e "She knew nothing about It," I has anand her son, director of the Kentucky Geologi nual reunion of Uiti United Veterans. place in the scheme of things. It was tened to add. "I Intended It for a EnouQh Said. through Miss Browne, whom she had surprise." cal Survey, who calls attention to the Which would you take? Frequently a question contains Its fact that development of the natural This candor helped my cnuse. own answer, buch a question was the Frankfort A petition In bankruptcy met at a lecture upon ment, that Aunt Jane had corao to resources have been retarded by lack was tiled In Federal Court by M. Postum is thoroughly agreeable and Well," he said, "that explains her one put recently by a Kansas yonng and of base maps. "With proper mappings and George K . West, do realize her claims as an Individual not leaving any word. As you are woman who had failed to qualify for satisfying meal-tim- e drink, and you're nd development Dr. Jillson estimates ing business under the firm name cf upon the Cosmos, also to discover that her niece, I suppose It will do no harm a position as teacher. Feeling that sure it's perfectly safe for health. that the resources would run Into the McFarland & V8 ot Delaplaine, she was Jiy nature a woman of af- to tell you that Miss Hnrdlng and her she had not been considerately dealt Coffee contains drug qualities which disMtllons. Only 18,778 square miles of Scott County. They list their liabiU-tie- s fairs with a talent for directing largo party embarked this morning on the with, she wrote: "I think I am enKentucky have been mapped leaving turb and harm the health of many. at $IG0.S5, Ath assets amounting enterprises, although adverse Influ- freighter Bufus Smith, and I think titled to an exclamation of why I ences had hitherto kept her from reo St very likely that tho steamer has failed, anyway." Boston Transcript 21,820 unmapped. to S42U.45. ' . . - consul ted 4 several uy. housework. not able A SO Frankftrt After laying liy n crop, the proceeds from which will see lit? family throiij.Ii the winter, Zoke Andcr-?on- . who escaped from the Hockcastlo Suit fiir yiTi.OOO, alleging road uiep earl.- In the spring, volun.. was filed in Circuit Court against tarily returned to the reformatory t the Iiuisvillo Times by .leph K. servo the remainder of his fifteen Pangbum. member of tie Louisville j ears' sentence for murder. jtolice force. Henderson Doubloons e 11 PATS . 'jv WRIGLEV'S pg fj. t. mystery, Newest Creation yb. A ji yvQpf flavored sugar - v-- .i head-.ickach- hs fifty-seve- peppermint delfdous d 1 Veline Vfas-p.t.or- ing gum. Jacket around permint flavored shew , aid your appetite - 11 and digestion, polish your teeth and moisten your throat. ag-iin- wmfr -- wm H.-B.- 's vM The Flavor Lasts . . west-boun- d red-face- d Isl fSl x "By Of ' Toothache'SNeuralgia be-'"'- .s y; e d d -- z, fine-looki- r -- ,y g ' Why gtiess about When you can know about it? I a a e, a a p MICE a that ' - ... V--r- -? . . - - . The Chjldren'a .v' '- . . - vi. '- - - 'A't' vfV ' - Room. Chintzes and crelnnnea, brightly pafr two most important terned, are irleaslng against a plain mind when planning wall are simplicity and dur- ct a plain or Hat Cleaning plain effect; figures. If the velours hat la xhabby, put 'cidedly patterned some finely powdered salt In the oven. In a small When it la quite hot, rub It into tho Duli bnrl8,Bof t yel-'k- e hat with soft paper. Pay tjpedal at tho most tention to very soiled parts and dis. 1 sufficient card ths soiled paper for new occahe use of sionally. Brush with very stiff for brush. VHours responds ractarkablT two-tong. To Cut Cardboard. , i " JL. to rneb Cardboard Is used for so many pur poses that it Is well to know howj'to Never use sciscut straight edges. sors for the purpose, because that First lay a makes ragged edges. brass-edgeruler on the cardboard with brass edge upward. Aa the ruler Flowers Not Is beveled, the brass will be a frattlon All flowers grov of an Inch above the board when dahgerous in rooij properly placed. Now 'ocure 0' very tlliioss. Although Irmly, arfllfcvariably tak sharp peiqlfe, holdtl d and draw the knife along the brass blooms as hyacinths, edge. Do not attempt to cut through tuberoses, and even daffodils and the cardboard the first time, but mere- narcissus, be carefully avoided. ly score tt deeply. Now remove the The penr thouid ia said to be aa danger--' ruler and rat through the incision. m In b critical state of The result will be as clean a cut edge 'e of morphine would as a picture dealer can make on hlf messing the benefits mats, 'ometlmes confers. Postum or coffee? Which road? Why guess when you can know? Postum coms in two forma: Instant Postum (in tins) tnad Instantly In th cap br tha addition of boOing watir. Pottnm Cereal (In packages of larger balk, for those who prcfer to make the drink while the meaf la being prepared) Bade by boOIng for 39 s&rats. Sold by all grocer. t iklns. your '7 no more than enough to keep - Postum fer Health "There's a Reason" t 1 IP . r .ofiLLE 0UTL00 iVlKGSVlLLE. - 4 ly a class mate Jck." nx ,ttie Chirk, of ltusscll, Kyj, c guest of relatives here last Coj-Cress, e Entered according to act of nt the Owinpsville, Ky., Post-officmntler. br second-rlns- s TTTR OUTLOOK'S snWriptron $1.50 75e. 4.V. cites are One Year follows: week.. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. (liny wore in Louisvillo Snnday. P. P. Richardson, t' .Mt. Sterling, was here Sunday. 11. F. RoWrts, of Pnintsvillc. is Six Months Three Months E. D. THOMPSON. OwInrjsvlHe. --XOVEMRKR CITY Xriturky 24. 1021 TIirilSPAY. GRANGE here for a lew days. Mrs. Lucy Hart has liccn very ill, but is better Louis Williams, of Konda, W. Va., 11 visiting friends here this week. was in Mt . Mrs..E..A..Swart7. Sterling shopping Monday. Two Important School Evonts Reverend Dan Murphy filled his appointment here Sunday. Elijah Keeves and pons, Ted and Xoah, from near Shelbyville, visit -William Reeves and family recently Jeff Darnell nud family, of Owings ville, visited S..R..Ratliff ami family last week. Thomas Copher and wife visited friends near Maysville Sunday November 13. Charles Norton of Lexington was here Sunday. Mrs. Cecil Thompson was a visitor at Mt. Sterling last week.. Mrs. Linnic Thompson is convalescent. " Mrs! EUn Stone, of Harvey, Illinois, has heen visiting her parents, ( Frank Phelps and family. riilnr -- . n 1 V. y Two events ol scrred in the schools f Rath couty this.year are notable' ; mention. ,.:d deserve Otlober 21st, the patrons of the ru si I schools were called upon by th" County Superintendent to observe "fin To School Day." In respond to this call 015 mothers, fathers nn-- l friends of the schools visited the:r respective schools some time diiri that day. The purpose of "(io To School Day" was to give the patrons a better opportunity of learning just what is being done for the rural school children aiuf to better acquaint them with the aitual woik being' done by their children. On this day the regular class work was followed and the visitors were asked to observ-nreful- h. SLATE VALLEY ' The course of study was Mrs. Dora Crouch visited her sis.plaiiied and parents were taught ter Mrs. JIva Horseman on Wash-intrto- n liat their children must do a certain Branch the past week. .imou:it of work in each subject be James Mauley is on the sick list. fore promotions can be made to th "iVillic Rav Rcid and Miss Nettie next higher grade at the end of the Wnrren went to Ironton, Ohio, and term. were married Wednesday night. On November the 4th, the Sup't. again invited the patrons and friends HARPERS N if the rural -- chools to observe 'Plant Miss Lena Crouch, of Lexington. - xy ippi-- 110 p.ijmiUisop u Jv.q Hxv. hT' i jB'ruav 1 r;t o uir.ii oumiuy. and Jiiiia Horseman. 'Iee Missouri, twin hoys. Til - ". . . ' -- '.,'-' "v ' ' li . - . -. liraneh wns hiplier rains thnn it has lioeri s.eA the school house 9. The water enme up ! tloor of the schooj h' 'if" raised so ouic that it ier hurhest iwfore - . ...'' " '.Venknewit. T1k r sue kthe cih on the after unite a 1 to (he .hnibbery,' flowers, etc., were to plnntcd' with a view toward beautifying the school property of the county, and with this purpose in their hearts 1(13 parents visited their schools on this day and took with hem trees, shrubbery, etc., to be .diluted in the school yards. Manx pSVcts who could not visit the school fnd tnke part in "Planting Day' .ent their contributions by their children. So unanimous was the response that according to reports received from 33 of the 50 schools 327 shade trees were plamted, and in addition to this hundreds of shrubs, 'illies, lilacs honey suckle, holly tocks,fbuI'B,'.irose bushe, etc. were t outStd.'opni for tho counties 't childpJtfKiJSnst attcncliiwlTin k -- A . -- iiliforn5 .tMleld, .vts . Lthe vpw.tia&P- "Such hearty cooperIt is ation tbat the rural schools 11 eventually' come into its own, id will takb theigh place to which t is justly'.feititJedT o ast?f . . - Engagement The Frankfort Sftte Journal has the following announcement. TV1Mr.tfnnd Mrs. R. M. Lewis; a" homo fronJKx weeks' yibi. biother-inilaMee the engagement of their drfngh-- 1 I Mr. Ed .Denw. reV i 'ith Virginia, to Mr. Felix Wir-- j Fleming county rc . !. wedding to take place1 in LOCUST GROVE December. Mr. Warren was former Mrs. Walter Crouch has tonsilitis.. ly a Bath county boy and is now 'with.,'tlie American Railway Mrs. J. A". Vice, of Indian Creek, i'!. ft j. it v. .friui:' .'. . spent Cunday with, her aunt Mrs, lExpfe's'Company of Frankfort and Rute'nna. After thd wedding Mr. an! Georgia Riddle-Clyde Crouch and wife, of near Mrs. Warren will leave on a short Mt. Sterling visited relatives here riJ.il tour to hi' 'ton, D. C. s all' night. Igell and wife spent Sun Si'ERlFF'S SALE atives on East Fork. virtue of execution Xo. 527 la " Darnell and wife, of near m directed, which issued from the 4 spent last Friday with her ot 3 of the clerk of the Bath Circuit C 'irt, in favor of George Dickcrson against Olympia Oil Compu, a OLYMPIA Corona Oil and Refining Com a.' Mr. and Mrr. M. XL Steele and li. p' ; I will on tie daughter Doris, ot Russell, Ky., I Sn.'URDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921, were the guests of Mrs. Steele's pa rent Mr. and Mrs. George Swartz at .lie frontdoor of Frazieps store e"ic. Jnst in the town of Olympia, Bath county, the guest of her brother Chas. 0. at about the, hour of ten J.J. Swartz, of Pratt, W..Va., o'clock n, m offer for sale, to the Sherman Swartz, wife and baby, of highest and best bidder, the followRonda, Va., Ed Chalmer, of ITun ing described personal property, or tingt-.- . W. Va., WmKincaid. of so much thereof as may be necessary T W. Va., spent last week to produce the plaintiff's clebt, inwit' f, . Kiizabeth Swartz. terest and costs, to wit: Mi. T r Ballard, of Preston, d One Frick- - Lindsay Combination relatives here last week. Pumping Power, Mr. and ltr$J. L. Frazier nttend-c- l Nine 250 barrel wood tanks, the funeral of MrTFrazier's aunt Two 100 bbl steel tanks, i "rrs. Fannie Smith at Winchester last Two iron pruning jacks, . Two bets swing post castings, Mrs. Chas. Currj- - and little dan'gh-:te- r, Cp feet 6V4 & C casing, of MonticelW, Ky., were the COO feet 6ft & C casing, in guests her aunt Mrs.-J- K. Jackwells, son several days last week. About 2,000 feet tubing, in ' Miss Maude Pergrwn, of ML Sterwells, ling, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. About h line pipe 2,000 .feet . Pete Pergrem for the week end.. and cdnne ous, . James Brown, of Morehead, was About 2,000 .et sb sncker rods, in in for a hunt last week.. wells a- - u on lease, .Miss pearl Pergrem is in Ashland About 2,f00 feet pull rods and cou-Pergrem and wife. ' tcctlons, Mrs. John Winkleman, of More-hea- N.je old style working barrels in was the week-en- d gu?st of wells, Miss Mary Mays. Nine old style standing valves and Mrs.0mar Satterfield and Miss pipes in wells, 'Lsana Williams, of Preston, were Ten casing heads, Pinda"- - (niests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L". T-- elve- - stuffing boxes, x n" Frazier. polish rods and connections,, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Phelps check vrves, r o 'ot of miscellaneous pipe, fittings moji; to lorehead. . " PoUVIlHiicrltwas borne, for tfit r , connections, He waa j Wlot. ifyaU leaseiiools-i.i- S) iui until Lewis-Warr- en con-ttect-W-sKc-tucky, is-ite- , it . 4, two-inc- d, wlde-llie-" e lot of wire rope, Making Ove. noune " . SAYS Inereaue In Tlie chemical processes fo , at the si'ii-at:f lot of scrap iron, ic .Miini;U I toll Call, Xovcnl' laiiiation of prin'ec) book pajier".. U to . no 400 foot steel measuring line, tieen In use for some time, their ef f I""1"'"1 ll'iie N ..il -flclcncyvU reduced by the fact Hint the One 10 bbl water tank, cuta Hti v;c yft to cnu and llie nation ) chain of mechanical pulping forces :he lid. per-fV WtCX --(O 3xO? us P.PER, . i spend-IOne power lions.-- , One supply hon-c- . Chapters of the ICcit ( I uianently Into ihc fleers, says i'oiulnr .approximately $10,( 000 annual Saiil described property being lev- A nilture or JlccluinUs .Magazine. l lor tint relief of dlsaL d ten pounds of horai? ten 'rtmnds of icd on as the property of the defendmen and Ibelr families, while tlw ng CROOKED SfAUEl soap, two gallons of k'oroseue and two ants, Olympia Oil Company nud Co ErPK'i'tH receipts from last jinr's Roll gallons of plnu oil Is useil for soaking Call'wero ni'inltimtely Sd.lMIO.OOO. rona Oil and Refining Company. ,'J.OOO pounds of stock,' with enough will soli . I . . . of the Il.lVH) l!e.l Said sab. will be .nadn on a credit i . Jf ' 'n water to make a three to six per ..C?oss Chapters which still are helping cent pulp. The heater Is used to pull of three imitiths, the jiurchascr will Bohe the vcteraii' -- ol pn "f iidjuxt- tlie stock apart genuy. wnn n minibe required to execute bond paynblj; liJic himself to a n mum breakage of the libers and the an status process Is continued for an hour or to the undersigned with approVfiVsc-ctiritthat the Krcnter pn ost of this less, with the pulp heated to from service N borne. total sum for the payment ol the pirlfi.1 to UK) degrees Fahrenheit, by live vetcrap .' last year, iVU price; said bond to have the spent for At chase steam. The separated Ink and the National Headquarters expended u toJ J mil chemicals are then washed auay bj force urd effect of a judgment. The Inl of more thnn $!,G00.ntN. tin the usual method, and the reclaimed amount of the debt, interest and retiuilnllig ilidnirseiiient of npproxi a pulp Is ready to he bleached. co- -t to be raised on the day of sale mately $7,000,000 represents the con trthuthiii of Chapters In this countryThe Jolly Paper Hanger. .f 1,537.05. lie vacij wide effort to assist the Covernmcnt And tlie paper hanger Is rather a W. A. ROYI), Sheriff Rath Coim'y. III In providing the nld sorely needed by "CVID Jolly person, lie sings iitnl whistles & by BE MAE o those men and their families. the empty room, lie keeps to a tune, i IJV IM fy nwu day after day. until you know It. T. S. iShrout has begun Tmilding An Ever Expanding Problem He ships his brush as if he liked Ills two mere brick building.-- , adjoining That tha prohlem of the disabled EFsssl ft;.',?? work. It is u sticky, splashing, slosh- and he one on Vimoiit street, built tie.' sen tee mini Is lug slap. Not even a plasterer deals prohuhly will not reach the peak beAnd lie In more interesting material. a- -t summer. One of these buildings fore llKi", Is the nsscrtlou of settles down on you with holders by school Superiii-vdri- t 'ill be occupied A. I3oyd, Onvernmeiit and that and planks as If a circus had moved ' K'i'cnid as an office. 2,:t!7 Re-- Croi Cliapters reKard It In. After hours, when he is gnne.a us their most Important work Is eviyou climb on his plunking nnd cross 'A Niagara, as it were, with a cane unThe farm of 2110 acres of Sam dence that the expansion Is In nowise Standard Classification. balance. To this day I think of paiier Ratlilf, on Stepstoue, whi-- li was of- - confined to a particular . section but Is. The term prototype in meteorology hangers as a kindly nice of men. on the contrary, nation-wideAt the f- -r ; sale to the highest bidder ' end of the fiscal year, MtiUiikml to which who sing In echoing rooms and cat June 30, 1021, mciilts all oilgihal modem Clothes cleaned and pressed in "ncstlav. A "id tif .fid an acre was there were 20,a00 dlnhled service men ilbers inllst conform, ami which. pie nnd pickles for their lunch, way. Equipped witn steam pressing mahough It may be Imitated from "some- - cept for their Adam's apples gut with ( ade for the land but Mr. KsitlilT .1 .In tjie l,ra2 United States PnhlU liilllg else, Is lint fcipiired to conform gazing at the celling surely not the chine, the guaranty ol good work. No I,CI1111' Service, Contract and C.ovcm I wish to take it. The personalty to nujililtig else, but Itself serves na wicked apple of the Harden or scorched clothes. We call for and deliver 10 ment Hospitals nnd Soldiers Homes, i he ultimate dcllnltlou-oa unit. Thus to he n paper hanger. From "Hints wrll. rajs bringing from $4(1 t and that number Is Increasing nt a Hi lefcrclifc to the "metre des Arc- - to l'llgrlius," by Charles S. l'.rooks.. clothes. Prices reasonable. Located next s!10 each. ' rate of 1.0(H) a month. Iiles," mid tlie International prototype . 4 door to Outlook office. Tall Men. Thousands of these men receiving 'icier, and to the corresponding kilo- - ' The tnllest man about whom the ac untie.-- ' irrauii. them national standards an- The "pauper ci. medical treatment, compensation and '. pies. Mil their formal adoption as tual facts are known, other thnn those f Kentucky received n half niillim vocational training from the Governhistory, was one ment today, started their efforts to 'he airliorllative standards to which recorded In Itiblicul dollars more from the Slate than the llh'r standards in the Culled .Shite John Middleton. He lived In the obtain them through the Red Cross thrtt Sixteenth century and was commonly .ire to be conformed has cnii-e- d utal tax collected from them, ac- - riuipter. The Chapter, ' nrtlne as the 10 be called, perhaps with Justice, the tilled the child of Hale. It is said crrding to figures of the State A: tlKihlcd man's agent In claim against national prototype Jillogram and the that his hand from the wrist to the the 5o eminent. Informs the man as to national prototype meter. lilor. cnil of the middle linger, was seven-- , the prixedure Decenary to gain for teen Inches long. His whole height him that which N provided him by was nine feet and three Inches. Pliny, Easy Finance. Myrtle Basltford Federal statute. UN applications for There are somepersons who call the Itoman writer, however, mentions eleven-year-Myrtle Rashford, the compensation, medical treatment am' themselves "tlnanifrs" who-- e methods one Gnbnra as "the tallest man that daughter of (IraftJii Rashrord, training are properly filed with the aid hath been seen In our age." He f acquiring money are not essentially illlTerent from that of the small boy measured nine feet nine Inches in died at her father's home in Peeled of the Red Cross Chapter. iho went into the house the other height Patrick Cotter, who died In Oak neighborhood Friday night af Many Forms of Assistance morning nnd showed his mother n lSOl!, was probably the tallest IrishIf there Is delay before the man's Mindful' of pennies. "Look, ma. what man: he .measured eight Jcet seven ter long illness of tuberculosis. .Tim claim is ueted upon, the ,Ued Cros I've 'got I" he exclaimed. "Why.'; inches, beating ids countryman Charles burial was at Lower Salt Lick graveChapter lends tie man jnoney to meet his astonished mother, "jVliere OllSricn. vihoso .skeleton In the inn- it yard Saturday. the Imperative needs ot himself and dlif you get them. Harold'j" "Fouiid of the Itoyal College of SurG-e-t geons, London, measures eight feet dependents. his 'em down nt the corner." returned the . Most rltal to the mnn's gaining full young hopeful. "They were lyln' on .'our Inches only. There has been a great amount of newspapers In the doorway game killed since the opening of the benefit from the Oovernment's care Is n pile of Unwritten Law of Hospitality. keeping his mind free from worry nbout of Jones' store." And he put them Inhunting season. The record so fnr h's home. Keeping No less binding than the HIppo- to his pocket with the air of one quite the veteran's famI rjtlc oath, taken by physicians on en- i held by Wm. Boyd, who killed 102 ily from har&shly of etCry kind and satisfied with himself. Youth's Comterlng their profession, promising panion. informing him of its welfnre Is an rabbits in one dav. never to divulge nnyv secrets obtained . other province of the' Chapter. Free I through their practice n physicians. Affected by Vegetation. from fear on thin score, the man's rea"e KrPi,t ""wnucn ' ii"i"whole the Cohsldered as The heavy rains of last week put covery nnd advancement usually Is ,lh ,,f .,i..u ,n.- 'amy mat manes il omisaiory on ; ii n ,h,ir most of the water courses out of rapid. of the host or hostess or members lerlstle.nsrfect as viewed from m.:Ic lost's lioiiscuold, to respect- - the rer-Kvery month during the last year, their banks, but very little damage is fi, .in ' ri.. trt. o .l.,...i,. i,t 1.. .i .1.....li1f6"nalit.v of all those who tarry w ithln i. t - There was the American Red Cross has given reported in this county.heir gates. Itecoiintlng peculiari one kind or nnolher to an of red lustetid of green vegetation much damnge in many parts of the service of average of 120,21.1 former sorvlce men there. That its broad, expanses of ties or petty faults of our neighbors jijd acquaintances Ls nt best a mean State. and their families. An indication of forest and prnlre laud cause the cirtli oi u rellect a conshlernble rniannty oW wtj I. oivening ourselves unu .1our . the extent of the faith reposed In the green light to Its neighbors Utjfl-- Q"-- 1 l,0"s f U 's soiiif;iuiig ina i The next Legislature is to be ask lied Cross Chapter Is to be found in a)l d, "l s,,,,e time or ojbr-Ju- it the fact that there were 3Ti&.44 re- dlcated by the fact that at the tlmeS ed to make an appropriation'forh; mifitii wiioin we ,. quests for friendly aid In the solution of the new moon n greenish tint .... .... Pel 1 1 h'l''! memorial that part . ercctioa,oa nt Tinrnnnnl nrnlilnm .uiti' ii we have about thein was dehi the lunar sin race which Is then In Hospitals ionjaud Confederate, dead Illuminated only by light fromne prived when iliey were our visitors, our ilZ'r-''rftuWhile the man prior to entering bnduct Is beneath, contempt. campaign ' enre deals largely with tile earth. Government siege, v Chapter, afterward he comes Into con"MThe Mormons. tact with the service provided by NaA young woman has risen to fame is The Mormons were tlie earliest Mrs. R(eese Wells has been very tional Ilerihiunrters. There nro 44S n the American stage by a peculiar """'baii pioneers, who imideTtlie; I In the rnlted ill for a week or more and unleis Red Cross workers in The story of haw opportune "blossom as the roe. and Znt rtiute. kiiec'.!:ig States Pnhlle Sorvlce and con- imie st her door and found there is un improvement in a 'feT tract hospitals Henlth other Institution j n the face of grrat privations and and "itr in lu's Just come out In a news- days she will probably go to a hos In which these men nre being carrd ' Ilfiictiltics. They had been preceded. mper Interview. It is simply this: for,1, whose duty Is to provide for bl I '''ousands of years before, by ancient pital for treatment. "listened her wny" Into stanlom. i recreation, help him with his compan- - !""' forgotten southwestern peoples. s ii the background of many a man of Freph. j satlon claims, keep him In touch with atreasoy-'ive.ncur.ed wmse ennals. In some cases, they genius you will find n good listener Several meat hogs belonging .Mormons landed In Sun utilized. In short. tneeMnc hie nvm-tsually a woman to whom they could a Eph Thompson in the ncighborh6VrT,r,jr,''lts''"e of thnt provided by the i 'rancl.sco. on the ISrooklyn. In July. pour out their minds. Four such may unu in icsu louiiucu win iier- uorernment. wntie are a few of Ferguson's schoolhouse, wns kill eV the responsibilities ttlesethe XatI0n.1l ' Lardlno. in southern California, pur- - be named: Ihilzac. the novelist; the of composers, Wagner and Tschalkowsky, ;d by a stroke of lightning one da Organixatlnn, they are by no means 'luislng twenty-sevesijuare miles of and the nrtlt, Xllchelangelo. There Is 'nst week.- The hogs were in a pet nil. Awing other Ited Cross nccom- - the Lico rHnch, for if 77.."i(X), In deferred no question hut that tlie good listening More Mo wit is. A pllshments for the year nre: ''llylilehts. -- Los Angeles Times. A little girl vaj studylug In Snndny of four remarkable wonren fertilized at the time. It handled 70,732 allotment nnd al- he minds of the gifted men. The school nbout tlie Acts of the Apostles. i lownnce claims. United States "No Man's Land." ecords are In their letters. Good "Jlother. did all the aixwt!e- - get It delivered through Its Chapter or- There was a very large, crowd in In United States history, tlie term Is a ay confessional, It Is along with one asl" she ns'ietl. An- - rexas.iLaclyCcs&L ganlzatlon fc'l.aVi. allotment checks to , '.tas used of a territory 170 mill's long !Jk tenlug Mt. Sterling Court Day. A great one. of the .IJne arts. other little girl sang the llmj "This IilWii AbCc .veterans who bad.innvcd frjinvtheiad - ' and s'i'lnlles while in the liordcrlKUil," as "Jlrs. Is heaven's its t rw many cattle on the. niurket and. sales dresses furnished to the r.ureau of Testis, "ceded to the I'lilleitnorth 'of x ; States tardea ui , Realism and Romance. i:ans for the laud." Sbe sahl' siieJ i were brisk .and prices better than a War Hlsk Insurance. In ) and made part of Oklahoma in of Goc 5Ian likes to read about creatures tnougui sue was usins rne rgiu minis. It'pnn-iilea special fund of JlO.OOO ttJXt. I Set ween these years,' however. month ago. pupil had In Another Sunday-schoo- l for medical nsslstance to men 'under It lind no form of government and In whose nature he envisages his own and he likes. In fancy, at least, to go her lesn the word gul'lance. She vocational training. w-tlie resort of outlaws. "No Jinn's Bsrtlett. 7 '.Mrs. Realism told the teacher In a sudued vo'.ce It made .".3, 105 loans totaling ?4"i0,000 Land" Is also a narrow strip between exploring strange coasts. sor.. of Roi The first qunrterly Conference will this i ministers to the' one desire, nnd ro- that there were two words In the to men taking vocational training, of Oelnwnre and Pennsylvania. "About thr rs ago, By some mance to the other; nnd both are be held at the Methodist Church nt which 8.1 per that ousht not to In? in the Rlhle Tpry trltJ tent ha? Heen repaid. Jitloa: j It Is held to belong to the latter state. right. For that matter, when either guy and dance! A small boy. when sutferln. . e Owingsville on the 30th of NovemSome Individuals living there prefer realism or romance reaches Its highhow lie ll!;ed repllii! I hurt wo asked M.iiiilt -ber. Dr. Cameron will preach at 7 to perform their legnl obligations to est development. It does so by borI Just hk (tint l:e lll.ejl the te orr.T'i;v all rghl. Safeguard Frcin Influenza. Delaware some do not recognize rowing troni, tlie supposMlly opposite hut il.dn't like to have s stand or lay .lth anr co, p in after which the business will bo During an epidemic of cerebrocitizenship In either state. back, sides ad hed oil c spinal meningitis In Uganda. Ur. J. The great romantic novels "stnpetli rs" (supervisors) co"ims 'n great school. dispensed with. deal of trouble. j A. Taylor found thai a drop or two of nre tliiwe peopled by real diameters ; to his grade. Another bov xahl tliej "I was esne)'jNgjjyif African Game Preserves. Iodine on the :ougt:e was useful Ir. the great works of realism have found ail tat up straight when the ieuchtr light svlremtr P"l5y The railroads have cut the freight invu'iit.ng persons from catching It. The growing scarcity of specimens and evoked the romance of the humble. said "cliitet" ("it erect.) la :i mis people vre vef uneasy ab ion sell H my c'a was rmidiiii by sent me to my relattrw t This led him to try It for the sai.e In every department of zoology lias Shnkespenre was an Incurable rool ..'arm products 10 per cent. setting apart of do the ;:'.rshle of tbc talents. he has left us the greatan epidemic Influenza. . .is reduction will cost the railroads purpose in wns that amongof Europeans ledjo the in llie wilds of large game manticist, yet gallery of "real" people vere.little rliap InlorioiislytenreaiL "I changestt? ouid au me any CM preserves ped a Africa arid est portrait "I One The result a grrat putting them over .$50,000,000. ever filled by a single author. Chlctgo fear Hire because thou art an oys ar she bcii- why I believer' it all of whom ook the there was There seems In the charge of experts didn't u&a it asked v to he no animal that canman." not a single-ease- , although many of Journal, y it . . elded t not be partly tamed if a feeding s them were in dully contact with Only eighty-fiv- e ly tak.-- a fev dosOr deaths in Kentuc"I tut v Fire Horss Afraid of Mice. suffering j from the dbeasel ground and water In plenty nre given I felt it would do me Kod. Bible With History. ky last year resulted from automt It Attendant venture Into the In-- : "Why do you keep so many cats care' ho ' and I ui d it right a! Or. Taylor mixes not lire of Iodine On the desk of Supt. E. T. Garland (1 me- - Just a world of go bile accidents. tires and Mini! among the animal (It. I'.) and honey In eq.nil parts and of the Maine Iilble society at Port- around the station? a chief in a cltr and it Blnce w ca .rve i nT cv.c ce places two or three drops of this on t accustom them to the sight of huland Is n Bible that has a very In- tire di'jmrtineiit was nscd recently to praUo Cardul." tlrndunlly the heists are ll. at. I'chr.-' mf Nicholas and Bath counties each the tongue every three .hours. Of herd il in'ii smaller paddocks, where teresting history. This copy of the "So that Hen can sleep soundly, reCardut Is for simple fetnal; course he Isolates patients as well. r.lhle. which is substantially bound plied the chief, lien Is one of the signed nbout 98 per cent, of ther nnv MV'ull:irit!es that they may have plaints and womanly pnlns and A lu leather, has stamped upon the front fire horses. He Is a hig bay, kind and ,. In thar way healthy to benefit tobacco crop to the Burley Coopc-ntiv- e The Satellites. cover, "ISrlg KHen Jlaria." and utoii gentle. One rc:it trouble lien has Is ben found whia not lnthuuncidA to we" suta cises a rims'ant fear of rats and mice. Certain celestial bodies which re sj ii:iici; for the zoological gardens the hack cover. "New York r.lhle (Jo Association. "jiKon or The !nstnn a rut po'-e- s ts head up Vtiaioiint. that It.sot require set volve round some of the planets, as are assiirc.l. Society." The book bears the Imprint Try these latter revolve round the sun, of 1S05, nnd on tlie Inside cover, page through a cr.icS In the floor, or ventures up too near Pen. he throws Ids Japan strenuousyl objects to the nre culled satellites. Astronomers j is the note. "This .volume Is phi .red on ' feet on top of n railing which stands board for .the use of the ship's reduction of navies as proposed in sometimes apply to them the term j iV!CK!.E SAY- SJOBNWHITE&CO. j "secondary planets." The earth. M.irs. pnny and passengers, nnd should any nvi. leet from iImt II.mic and there he i the conference of nations at Wash'.OUISVIU.E.KY. jgRlfe Jnpller. Saturn. Ur.inus and Neptune changes occur It Is reifuesteil fhat ' s'air's urtlj i.tv rHmse or rnt !!en atMl the cats work toington. each lmvp one or more of these atfvUD be allowed to remain as a part of the ViUGVA NCAJCS. t Pn.b UtMral atsertmanl ind tendants. The motion of all the cabin furniture."' The Itlble event- - gether. When tlm horse OOWY V.'M4T A GOOD Full Vaiuo paid lor -- rt satellites except the eighth satellite of ually fell Into the hands of a thinisor lug on the railing and i:iik:n? ;il U'j-.-AArec ttyH Jnplter; Phoebe, the ninth satellite of family and was hyeui turned over kinds "f noise. t!w cuts have learned Raw 3 AID Saturn, and those of Uranus and Nep- -' to one of the .Maine Itibie society work- - that tliere is a moose In ItenN romer. They come fnnii H juirts of the staAV( VET SO.Ci OVXWESSiAHM U direct, thnt Is, front west to time. ers. Superintendent v'Unrhind con- east. The theory of the motions of' GUV PRWVriNG TUKC UJM fVWD templates returning the book to the tion, and ti" frihteneil horse Is the most prominent of the satellites' New York society with a sketch of soon nt peine again. Our Dumb ARE PEVTID BECOT. "tAES has been found to coincide with thuti .Its history, so far f he is able to Animals. Catarrh !a a local by const; fif the moon. learn It. Kennebec ' ml. L.L.-Front-Doo- r CVTA I'.eys in Paris. No rrrr v Jc and Kaol . Red Cross Provides Friendly Whtii i Amerhtiii sros "arls blood and Mrksv. "A Poor as Jc. Phrace Orlcina'.Iy French. f.nrt ttut ami rents " a simile ' Service of Many Kinds to "As poor as Job's ti.. Tlie English phrase. "The game Is mem or t ke;, . noui In T HI often used to indicate exi, ! iMver- - boos 'h- - ,,Mrv ii'iUHvntly It tit. not worth the candle," Is derived from Army of Disabled. ty. has reference to the' deplorable an old French proverb, "Le Jen lie on y for the fr.n: dixir. Thyi have a when state .to which Job was n'en vaut pas la chnndelle." which the unl nl tenderly stunrs the delhered by Rod Into 'the hands of j key i ." the front ibtor and tlwhha BULK OF WORK BY CHAPTERS originated In early times when games according to can Satan. "Job's were usually played by candle light. lose all 'n?e..-- n in bv ' "ut one featb- - ' the popular n' When Interest (lagged or the stake was n or t like It Ttte Uej .nlised to lean toiuc s en In Its tall, Ipo low to admit of excitement, and nile au.'- etgshs al 2,397 of These .Ane HeK gobble. The against the fe. r ii d Xoliotiy has even. cV prize not worth striving for, it originator of tin aying apparently frvet iIor key tit I'aris. If'jl Service Men Obtair line customary to remiirk, "The ' did not realize It would have been cpuseije. ntly iitMMly has. ls not worth tlie candle (we ' fits U. S. Pro' Impoiitdble fo- to jmisscss a turkey. Viilng) (ieorce Herbert, . thf ( ,. 'Sb.V to -- uke the Amerii-a-. since that hi . p;llsh poet, In his "Jacula H 'e sysp'ui 3allbiirton of Noa Tliomas Cha makes use of a similar ,1V. .e field of Ited Cr M nl'uny E ''k3 Ca.vAO)S of Scotia, who the orl.l" tlthJ Is n poor sport -V it of assisting dis' "' ' ' " .' l wrote ahum tlie. i "i:a&i Slick" . i anille.:' With us i world War, en , doing of "SanuWSHck' of Sllci'lfle.'' . thtfj inaulng of J;. nH),O0O greater efers to "Jo'tlSf tuvt"v'Lrii ttJls not, wrirrfil . , Iliad-QUBrteln ja 1 -- T I to the liigi.. j SATURDAY, y. 'Oil A NOVEMBER". ' - Air2 O'CLOCK P. lot of household and kitc'tun furnftt held in the store room Sale will Son, in the pocket: J. W. Lime ' g C. S. ELLIOTT the ! , d I ofTU-iiil- - W. Auctioneer. J THE PEERLESS SHOP ? j burnt f SYLVAN US LACY, PROP' CO H P COA 1 otir casli coal before buyi T. F. ALLEN ve-et- ' . THSMm & staple ano ianey. every derail. and oi.T-inenili- hn,cn . ns Edll&GllEST uur jm GRAB stock com MEAT SHOP COMBINFr meats call. $ v ". Phone 28. n 1 r n l. ti. m:-n- s slal-.r-l- pcr-son- n 1 -- s . ' r' $10,000,000 -- mm FursSXP , FORjETERANS if S M ?1 !v I j - H i ' . 'ftlpts-of-t- he AuriaSt-v sm- -