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Hal V aV. u 'truck for use LlnleniationnlsrX'oa run rnns. nave lyuiRiii a new N in Gfct odr p"Hefcs on coal, lumber, lime anrl cement before baying. Right " prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YODNG COAL CO Xonton Duff and Keller (iivcn iiave buupht the eonl, prain nnl feed business of I. P. Tal.b nt Mt. Sterling. J . Karly piahts for snfo, Toftintoes, oiibbiipo; eahliflower, ejrp plant, sweef pepper s.weet iotatoes. MnuleV seed. JOHNSTON A. YOUNG. 3t FOR SALE Bred pits, nc type Poland China subject to register. Al-- o open pit 5t nnd pis. WM. fiAItXKK, OwiiijjHville, Ky. REO, BUS LINE The Heo Hu roils twifd daily Uttinpflrille Ami Pari?, viti Mt. tn Srlinp. I make connection with tbe 7.15 C. & O. train at Mt. Sterling. ESPA MAZE, Mjjr. i"lle Local High Wins Ball Game Tim tins lull iexm of the OwinCT. Ifipli' ScKool went to Salt Uk Hie IWdity Afternoon nnd played U.ku School teant of that place win. v,'r by fl Mure of 4 to 2. TTr--. z' fa km (team g mis. Oar I WMIbV tiu Cnuin aped 30 years, "4TA. Brr. encer at her home rneii TburV;.; , j Miss Miclui Martin, who attends At a regular meeting of the City farm. She 4 "an S""the E. K. X. at Richmond is visiting Council of the City of Owingsvillc. i"! Imrrnm and i eft m 4e5itor o:' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. F. Mar. Ky., held in the City hall in said survived by her husBAnd. She won tin. City on Tuesday eveuing, April 4th. buried Friday at BhrotiKs pntveyarrt. Mrs. Leslie Shrput and children ,022 nt 7 o'clock p. m., the following guests of Mrs. SHirout ' TJio Jmnrv rin nnl Wll' eforil were A. W. aicitdilfaington, ststcr, diuance was passed: Mr?. for the The City Council of the City of - did great t c .i ' list Thursdaywcck cno. iwingsville, Ky., do ordain as fol !oweil landAfences Mi J. T. 4uehTKi?n and Esple lows: That there is hereby levied ihi' : A creatNinwCer of ;cU and ordered collected an advalorem Rilwrf wife and clnldreji. visited tKruined by ti e 're repoj 'i.ekson and family at HUltop tax upon all of the real and personal n the Mt. ster-jc- ! ':' Alrid property subject to taxation in the Kl ut and" Wy. last Sjnday. pU daj;i Siierman Goodpaster and ton, of City of Owingsvillc, for the use ot i;i i'liir tir ar Frankfort, spent the week end with said city for its government for havinirnTold bricl; his 1II22, the sum of 75c upon each S- Sl;n nt jk T. IlNh. Judge and Mrs. C. W. one hundred dollars thereof as shown . ... H. building at tne corner ol vimomrau Goodpaster. by the city assessment; made in the Slate avenue om Wwn aiffl will Mks KatblltM Palmer, who aterect a business houjeon the site in tends bus! s . lege in Lexington, year 1921, and there is also levied the tienr future. Xext to the Owings spent the week e.xd with her father and ordered collected the sum of $1.50 Poll Tux upon each male inloUse: th'is is tile oldest building in Oscar Palmer. habitant of said city subject thereto town arid was erected in the Curly Miss Xetti Bilio mold, who atfor said year 11)22, apportioned as ... Ae ninnMnlli nnllirv.. ...... llltlblkVU.U Lexing I'tlii 'l tends thfl Stnfe i'nive.s-i(y- . follows: ton, is Tsiting herjwiier.is. Mr. unn , . All 'franchise tax and 37 per cent 'Albert Bnstow, who lives on ,nrJWrs. B. AL ; rnold. of all advalorem tax and poll tax Wm. Wright farm ner.r town, had aJ son Strader and daughter shl go to the Street Fund. ot mules to run away u uesuay. Mis Mnrv Lee, Lexington, visited All License' Jax shall go to the wagon tongue wivs broken in thq tho bal- caught Min. tradei's parents, 3fr. and Mrs. General Expense Fund away andthe brokca,.end J. 'Xesbitt last Saturday. .ce of $15.02' in tliOtyTrcasufer's. ide nnd oT the mules in the "Mrs. O. S. Clay, of Waldron, I. J.. shall go to the' General Ex-p- 't from the tongue were run land Mrs. T. J. Dougherty, of Fleni- e Fund. the mules body. The mule died ngsburg, were recent visitors of I'. ."4 per cent of the advalorem tax mood. i lrom loss ol B. Myers and family at Bethel. hall go to the Light Fund. L . 1) per cent of the advalorem tax Misses Lucy Thomas, Ethel Ulery wm. wnue and Lydia Jane Maxey havelretum- - shall go to the Fire Fund. Win. White died the past week at All of the above ordinances were ed from Richmond where theyhave fSMioine near Woodruff, Mo., after passed by a vote of five members ot een taking a- ten weeks' course. an illness of several months. He was the City Council. Everett Young has returned to paiit fifty years of age and had lived I Afni-n-r twelve xnigton where he Attends a bus near Wesson, Mb., about " T.rV " pone there from this iness college, alter a wceK s visit lo years, having Gliomas, City Clerk. . Attest: county. He is survived by his wife his parents, Clyde Young and wife. who was Miss Mary Hollar and a Arthur Barber, who has been tak. mall daughter. r s a government vocational training -- County Court Notes Store At Preston Burns In the County .rrt Saturday, Fire supposedly originating from a Iirooks Morgan uis in lcxitfgfon i.ick neighbor detective line destroyed the store Kit Barber, of Sunday. i i d costs for building mtd stock of good of J. J. hood, was lined Mis,. Susan Richard wiw in Lex- Thomas - !p and .U ill Preston i last Tluiwdiiy. disturbing religion ington ;!:tunl:iy. A l.'frge part. of the tock of goods md costs on charge of drunkenness. Mrs. .1. L. Myron i the giisl of vns savcib'Buiblinc and Mock were Luther Padgett on clnvge of drunk Mrs. Mae Duncan Louisville'. Jfr. nness was given .ft) i costs. amply covered by ' niMirnnee. On the Saturday previous, Russell Morgan Atchison, Frankfort, cifmo Thomas .;iys that he expects to re- build af onre across the railroad 1 Myers, of Salt Lick neighborhood, Saturday to visit home folks. .Milton Kirk and Willi-- . RichariKon V where the store erf S. V. Johnson's' was lined .full and eosbi for shootiug public highway. burned last vear. f Mt. Sterling were here. Sunday. A mi k Lee Jones of Itoone cOfilf Fawns-Esti- ll R. I). Johnson, head of the Rat visiting his brother. Dr. Jone.- - lieriv,f Extermination Department of the Arthur Fwns and Miss Xell EsMises Louise Rietz and Christine Chamber of Coiumen c v hi.is that Mt. Ster. till took their frictd by surprise by Anderson spent Sunday in ,i turned eloping last week and beiffg married about 100 rat tails have ling. W oeople ot in Maysville Wednesday, leaving' for in during the past wees Miss Etna Stamper, of Hazard, is 1: paid the other points with a view to locating. the town on which he visiting Jut parents, .Mr. and Mrs. bounty. Their many friends here wish then' David Stamper. much happiness through life as thev Walton Ulery left TOsrfity Utr are prominent young people. Flem. Brooks Morgan i bui..i.iu Radio Hazard where he lias employment in ingslmrg Telephone set with which le hopes t. tli; post office. Miss Estill is a iMcr of Sheriff to pick up the messages Miss I.ouie AfeAli-tspent East, Sam Estill and is well knoiv'if here the large broadcasting ntli s in operation in the I'liited States. r with her father, Clarence McAI-istwhere she attended High School. And now even chivalry's !u time in Lexington. toast has been revised to read: "Tin Arrested for Horse Stealing Clark l$acom and de.ughtcr. Miss ladies, Heaven dress them." Sue, of Milersburg, were piests of il ! l n'ii.u, it liuilll 1II.iiiiwiim, .xilitrml Herald. friends here Sunday. rested at Flat Rock Sunday bj Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Shroul ha Sheriff Sam Estill and bniught here Fresh M'ents and vegetables, Our returned from a stav of severm and lodged in jail. He is charged ! 2t rices are right. with stealings horse from Henry veeks iit Howling (ireen. KERR & WELLS. bo teache Jit I Kelso at Jresfon about tM-- weeks Miss Elaii Elill ago. l lie horse was recovered, Salt Lick, spent the week Wilt wi Rosa Pergrem, tried on luna"y her aunt, Mrs. R. C. Byron. charge, was onlercd sent to thcnsyl. Plantii'lg of an avenue of tree Jiki Conner, Mt. Sterling, spent urn for tbe insane at Lexington. a from Lexington to Georgetown, Sunday "with his parents, Mr. niu! distance of 1:1 miles, as a memorial MrH.-W- . P. Conner nnd wife. Attend the sale of household to Fayette and Scott comity soldiers goods at J. R. Dawson's Satudav. Mr. nnd Mr. Millard Carter have who gave their lives in the world returned to their home in. Ashland war, has been proposed by Hie mnRnaaunonMBBamnnciij after a short "visit .to relatives --here. Georgetown jio&t of the American Phillip Anderson and f riendj-ATa''-'- ; J.cgiou. ter Wngn"3m& returned, to Cirnc1n!i" Store department ai.d tati after a several days vitdt here. fixtures ORDINANCE PERSONAL f1 ra-1 -Times-Democraer er Har-rodsbuc l. A. the highest cash price for eggs, poul- A try and hides, at the Jackson & Estill V livery stable. Will also pay the high- X est market price for hams, bacon and J' I WILL KllOlllUlMS. i v Hi COMPLETE EQUIPMENT ifi Lfi jB In Fishing Tackle at Byrons' ig ifi g3 I $ 1 1 1 4 Now on display Hardware. ! i.i.. 111 SLM1 VI n I i SL'Ull UOiaLUUS t Y where else. & Early Rose $1.90 k Early Ohio Si. 90 Irish Coolers $1.90 Eating potatoes $1.40 f I f To f Y Y Y Y CHAS. WEBSTEll Steel Rods. Reels. ifi Japanasc Cane Poles, Hi Hi Minnow Buckets, ifi Minnow Seines, Hi Hooks, Sinkers, Floats. g Come in and let us show sure )'ou will not hesitate Jto buy. Hi Hi ifi EGG CONTEST Y the family bringing most eggs to Y Y our store during the month beginning T Y FIRST PRIZE 50 POUNDS SUGAR SECOND PRIZE 50 POUNDS BEST FLOUR THIRD PRIZE 25 POUNDS SUGAR FOURTH PRIZE $1.00 WORTH COFFEE We pay cash or trade for produce. Makes Jack a dull boy." Y ifi Y ill A little recreation means much to all. Y Hi our baseball, golf and tennis goods. Hi ( "All work and no play Seeifi iH of cN. ifi Hi Hi Hi Hi E. L. & A. T. BYRON THE WINCHESTER STORE April 15 and ending May 18 vrc will Y Y : give free the following prizes: Y Hi W (MEMBER) ml Owingsville, Ky. si hi T Y Y Y Y Y Y Hi Hi ifi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi itz AUCTION Will SALE Y Y Y j Gilmore Brothers ODESSA, KY. &, Co, t Y ilftfiHiiKHiH&i n w Watch this space next week retain jewelry department. J. R. As will offer DAY jp " . th-ye- - - v- . li.-n- -- A ' S?1 SHERIFF'S SALE of Hath county I for sale to the highest and best bidder on the premises at the ( ihj injun n. Springs Hotel at the IlinjxJJl? V of one o'clock on , SATURDAY, MAY 6th, 1922 following property for taxe for the BFi the year 1921. 2 15 K. W. Willys Generator- - 2 27 h. p. Macbeth 'Lis Eiigin- s. 1 cyl. Jennings Puiiid .iuit ntti..g., 75 iron bed stenis, 75 mattresses, 50 bureaus, 50 was'i .lands, 30 dining tables, 120 dining ."hairs, 2 range cooking stoves, 50 druggets, assorted, 50 large leather chairs, 1 large mirror, 20 large rocking chairs, 20 porch chairs, 25 ward robes, 1 lot cooking utensils, 1 lot bed clothes, 150 feather pillows, 2 large refrigerators, 17 white bath tubs, 75 bed spring!, "25 small stand tables, 1 lot picture1 offlco fixtures,'?.1? bowls ami pitchers, 2 show cases, 1 large table, 25 ball room benches, 027 acres land. AH of said property levied on as the property of Olympia Oil & Land Co. I will sell a sufficiency of said property of said Olympia Oil & Land Co. to pay the taxes for the year 1921 amounting on the day of sale to $012.91. Terms cash. I of-li- ce A GOOD BUY Misses' Coats at I We Iiua c u whole "Rack of Ladies' and m t T T f make the best in the land Don't feed your family DON'Tbread wheii just at horns of ynu J, t i. V $7.50 AND $10 Special Bargains less than half price. memberJ mj f f mf T Hi f' Lexington Maid Flour JUST A LITTLE DIFFERENT f Its All is I LACY-COON- S & GO. f y f r T t y y y y y w Its usg is W00LC0TT LOUR MIL! a Habit With. Those Who have Pure Flour and Wonder" fully t t f f Tried It gi WOOLCOTT BROS.il WW mm ma PXINGTOX Wholesome MILLED FOR THREE GENERATIONS This combination wrench in using the Dc Laval. De Laval Cream Separators have the only autois the only tool required R. C. BYRON See our Special in Chamber of Commerce ad. W. A. BOYD, of Bath County. v course at Cincinnati for the past few Howard B. Goodpaster months, returned home Saturday, Howard B. (Doc) Goodpaster, naving completed the course. aged about 45 years, committed Frank Stamper, tit Ravenna, spent suicide at bis home near Weston, ho week end with his parents, Mr. Mo., tbe pat week. He was a former and Mrs. David Stamper. Accom resident of this connty and is surpanying him as guests were Misses vived by his wife, three daughters, Lucille Secrcst, Clara Winn and and two sons, also by bis mother and Slessrs. Francis Ratlin and Buddy one brother who reside in this coun- Pry. - ' ' if Then? are the Happy Days The Screen Classic of the The most s!mple,easiest running, longest lasting separator eve? excels all others of separation, ease of running, simplicity and durability. There is nothing abcut a modern De Laval Cream Separator which requires expert knowledge or special tools. Nor arc there any parts which require, frequent adjustment matic oiling system, which means an easier running and a much longer wearing machine. You too, floorscan have beauiiful - The Dj Laval Separator in thoroughness season with the Screen's Greaest KID STORY 4 in cvery-da- y use. CALL FOR BIDS ' V" r: WL i' V-?i-r- - SS'-iS- C -- .i; The Trustees of the Bethel Grade, School will receive bids for the ei Scavation and construction of a bast linent for a new school building to le omirfml ?n Rpthfil.J Kv. This work . . b.bk.WU ""to be dene according to the planM J. R. Day went to Morchcad Tues and specifications of the E. Stamler day on business and was accom- Go., of Lexington, Ky. We will re- - janicd home by his ivife and daugh ceive bids fpr the above work until ter who iad been called to Sand Hook, Elliott county on account of - . l. . May 1st. We re- - the illnesg of Mrs. Day's mother. Mrs. Redwinc, who is reported much time we will re- ctter of her illness. ". Wtion of a Anion? those wife were here to attend the funeral otMrs. Ella liar ans and halcy, per, were Mr. and Uns. George Iv 'Chairman Redmond, Paris, Mrs.'JSallic Rrother "- Brother, 2t Dawson and Mhw Id . Mr. and Mis Sallie Dudley LV paid lor an Mrs. S. S. Pinney, JL btrling, and J Hi Mrs. C. S. Ratliff, Inine, and Will e. Hanicr ot Catlcttsburg. 1 Miss Lucille Vice left Monday to enter the Eastern Kentucky Xonnal at Richmond. She was accompanied :y her lASHicr, 1Mr. John L. Vice, Mrs. ShankJJPiper, Mrs. Charlie Bristow nnd EwelF Shrout, who re- cumcd the same day J..R. BROTHER & CO. iand hard uiage and give longest vrear without crack, ing or peeling. Heels will not mar and water will not ducolor fee Gee r loor faint. improves llie appearance of the entire room nnd it takes so little work to keep well painted floors in splendid condi'oa. The floor you paint tonight will be ready for Mwa in tho morning, with a beautiful surface tHat will Wesley Barry IN SCHOOL DAYS The picture that'll make you youos and keep you young SUGAR SUGAR have a large quantity of sugar on hand which I will trade for hams, shoulders, eggs, poultry, etc., all kinds of eoimtry product-I will sell ba-to- n, . Pe Ce Floor P.int I mado ia nin beavtiial c.lora that will harmonize with tha color ackemo ol any room ia the hoaaa. At tor Fn Paint Book aid Color Csrjs oriertuta Manufacturer LOUIS V1LLE, KY. J I ;Vy, I J'. T fHttif yl cis-wit- fc ''V' TTabb Theatre Did you get your Lolly Pop? Alount Sterling: K' sugar at 80.50 per hundred cash JS. I . It's free. WEBSTER E. L. 4 A. T. RYRON 9. :.; 'A t O WINGS IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL VI. Mi-Careme OUTLOOK. OWING KY. TARIFF BILL NOW BEFORE THE SENATE ESTIMATED TO PRODUCE $350,000,- 000 A YEAR REVENUE FOR THE GOVERNMENT Measure Will Not Be Taken Up Before April 20, With Prolonged Debate Forecast Calls For Slight Raise Over Rates of 1909 Ad- Washington. The ministration tariff bill was n tho Senate. Senator Louis .1. Mc- 'tiniber. of Norlh l.ikot:i. Itopithllran In speaking of the measure, nnnounred Unit to give Senators time to study It long-audite- d pre-cnt- ed Paris Quee i SimdaySchool GIVE THEM D. P. B. KITZWATER, of English Bible In the Moody Btble Institute of Chicago.) Coprrlfht. 1122, Wntrrn Nwepep.r tlnton J Hei "Love Tow rou Need- - a Medicine Hava the Best J You Should (By ItEV. Lesson PRIDE AND MENT. Baker's Cocoa TO DRINK LESSON FOR APRIL 23. UZZIAH'S PUNISH- "JHE almost unceasing activ- ity with which children work off their surplus energy makes good and nutritious food a continual necessity. Of all the food drinks Bakers Cocoa is the most perfect, supplying as it does much valuable material for the upbuilding of LESSON TEXT. II Cliron. I6:l-:Ortt.nEN TEXT. Pride Koeth before destruction and an haughty spirit before fall. I'rov. 16:1S. nEKEUENCB MATERIAL Num. II: : Deut. II King" i. 8:11-16:a-:i- would not call il up before Anrll PRIMARY Proud King. God. TOriC.-T- he Story or a Man other estimates ranged as high as ihree months. 20. A few liepnblican leaders thought It would hp passed after (iO days, but JUNIOR TOPIC A nno roroi TUl'lli AND Fl.MUU INTERMEDIATE TOriC "Pride Goeth Before Destruc tion." -- The YOUNO Perils of Prosperity. PEOri.E AND ADULT their growing bodies. Just as good for older It is delicious, too. of people. fine flavor and aroma. Mad only by WALTER BAKER & GO. LTD. Esubtnhtd 1710 1. Uls Arc (v. 1). lie became king at the age of sixteen. 2. Length ot His Reign (v. J), lie yenrs. Ills motiiers reigned ufty-two I. Uzziah Made King (vv. nnino DOPXHESTER. MASSACHUSETTS BooUm of Choice Rcapal mm free Jehovah is able." or "Made strong of Jehovah." He did 3. Ills Character (v. 4). that which was right In the sight of the Lord. Though his father made several great mistakes he Is given credit for that which he did which wus worth while. The son is nlso com- was Jecoiiuli, which mi-uu- a mended for what he did which was right, but with his great opportunity he should have done better than his 4. Uls Prosperity (v. TO- - He defi nitely sought God while Zeclinrian lived, and becniue he sought him God made htm to proser ns long as he continued to seek him. He, like Joash before him, turned aside when the Influence of the man of God was removed. II. Uzziah's Achievement (vv. 1. He Iluilt Eloth (v. 2). This was a port on the Ited sea which had been lost to Judah. No doubt It was tne aim of the father to get possession of this port, so the son makes Its restora tion his first duty. It was nn Important trading point nnd the commercial Interests of the nation would be greatly Increased by Its possession. 2. He Had Military Success (vv. (1) He conquered the Philistines (v. C). After subduing them he dismantled their fortified cities and built new cities In their stead. (2) He defeated the Arabians (v. 7). (3) He made the Ammonites across the Jordan pay tribute (v. 8). 3. He Fortified Jerusalem (vv. 15). He took advantage of the pence which wns now enjoyed because of the subjugation of his enemies to fortify Jerusalem. He placed In the towers great engines of war for hurling stones. v. 10). 4. His Civic Improvements In the regions south nnd west of Jerusalem he built towers which served a threefold purpose, namely: observation, defense nnd shelter for his cattle. Tills ennbled him to carry enterprises, as on his they would thus be protected from tae Bedouin marauders. He terraced the hills and vineyards and cultivated the nlaln i 5. His Army (vv. It numbered equipped 307,500. It was thoroughly and drilled. God was with him, nhd bis fame spread far and wide. The source of his strength was Ocd. III. Uzziah's Transarestlon (vv. 16-18). The prosperity bestowed upon him by the Lord was too much for him his heart was lifted up with pride. Tills Is always so unless counteracted by divine grace. In his pride he pre sumptuously Intruded Into the priest's office. This act was not beca'use of forgetfulness, but of deliberate Azarlab and eighty other priests remonstrated with him, but this only made him angry. This act was a C-stock-raising ). pur-pos- father. Mothers!! 0S 'Mothers of the World" Write for 32- Page Booklet, Lloyd Baby CorrUjes aFunuhirr Loom Products Mfg. Co. Dart S Uord The Use This Coupon The Uoyd Mf. company f..i. '4 .thmiiIxim Experts who assisted the Senate Fi nance Commutes majority to prepare the bill estimate that the average of its rate is slightly higher than the average of the law. The leel was approximately 11 per cent on all dutiable imports. mid 21 per cent on all Imports free and uid dutiable. The average of the Democratic l'nderwood tariff, which the new hill would replace, was 37.rt and H.SS per cent, respectively. In 1011, the first year of Its operation and the only year when trado was not affected .seriously by the World War. Comparing this bill with the Ford- ney measure, which the House passed July 21. and of which this is a rewrite, the expcrt.s estimate that the average of all rates Is lower, though the specific rates and more partlcnlar- y Ihose on foodstuffs, are slightly higher. Exact comparisons of the ad valorem duties in tho two bills are different. because the Senate Commltteo threw overboard the House American valuation plan, returning to the foreign valuation principle. While they have not completed all calculatons, Treasury experts say that the Senate measure probably would collect between $.".:t0,O0O,U0O and $3."0.. 000,(XKl in rvvemie, as compared with the estimate of $:I00,000,XH for the Fordney bill nnd the ?30S,000,000 of the revenue returned In 1921 from the Joint ojteratlon of the Underwood law and tho emergency tariff act. Payne-Aldrioh ayne-Aldric- h - Here Is the ornate "love tower" chariot bul't for the "Queen of Queens,' and a portrait of the nnccn herself. Mile Germnlne Burnet of the carnival In Paris. GENOA CONFERENCE DEPARTMENT On Contracts, DOING UTMOST PROBE OF FEDERAL ENGRAVING BUREAU CAPITOL DURING OPENS WITH CLASH Secretary of War Weekr Declares In Reply To Charges Washington. In a formal statement replying to charge made- on the floor of the Hiuc. Secretary Weeks dethe War Department was clared. doing "everything possible" to settle war contract controversies In such a way as to protect fully tho Interests of the Federal Government. Cash and property amounting to "many millions-ha- d been recovered In the rcauditing ordered by the present Administration, the Secretary said, and other contracts were being reviewed as rapidly as possible Referring to statements that Weeks had tho firm of Hornblower been Involved in sale of the Bosh Magneto Company. Mr. Weeks said he hail not been n part of that firm since Have you ever stopped in reason why it is that so many products that are extensively advertised, all at once drop out of sight and are soon forgotten? The reason is plain the article did not fulfill the promises of the manufacturer. This applies more particularly to a medicine. A medicinal preparation that has real curative rslu almost sells itself, as like an endless chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who sre in need of it. A prominent drugzist says "Take for, - n. U":i cri Miss Blanche Holden preparation I have sold for many years Indianapolis, Ind. "When my daughand never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every case it shows excellent re- ter was sixteen years of age she consults, as many of my customers testify. tracted a severe cold which came near No other kidney remedy has so large a resulting In her death. But I oult all I other remedies and fell back on the sale." According to sworn statements and medicine thnt saved me several years verified testimony of thousands who have before, namely. Dr. Pierce's Favorite used the preparation, the success of Dr. Prescription, along with the Golden Kilmer s bwamp-Koo- t is due to the fact. Medical Discovery, and before the so many people claim, that it fulfills, al fourth bottle was gone she wns welL most every wish in overcoming kidney, From thnt time I have been recomliver and bladder ailments; corrects uri mending these two medicines." Mrs. nary troubles and neutralizes the uric Mary Holden, 48 South State Ave. acid which causes rheumatism. Health Is of vital Importance. Do You may receive a sanmle bottle of not neglect your most valuable asset-G- et Ewamp-Roby Parcels Post. Address famous Family RemeDr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., dies Dr. Pierce's neighborhood druggist. from your and enclose ten cents; slra mention this paper. Large and medium size bottles In tablets or liquid, or write Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, for sale at all drug stores.Advertlsement N. Ys for free medical advice. Preparedness. 'Doctor, if there Is anything the matter with me don't frighten me half to death by giving It a long, scientific name. Just tell me whnt It Is In plain English." "Well, sir, to be frank, yon are lazy." "Thnnk you. doctor. Now. tell me Known the scientific name for It. I've got to report to the missus." Birmingham I r 4 KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO as SOVIET ENVOY CALLED TO TASK BY LLOYD GEORGE ON ITS INAUGU ARAL DAY Don't Overload The Ship Or All Will Go Down, Is Caution of Britain's Premier To The Russians France Reduction of Will Not Discuss Armies. Genoa. A clash over n disarmament proposal by George (.'hltclierin, the Foreign Minister, Soviet Russian which took place between Cliitcherin and M. Barthou, France, threatened to llsrupt the European Economic Con ference, opened here. M. Hnrthoti said hat France categorically refused to discuss disarmament at Genoa. M. Chltcherin replied that Ilusla thought France would he ready to disbecause cuss this question Arltlde Brland, former Premier, had said at s the Washington Conference that armaments had made disarmament Impossible. Premier David Lloyd George, of Great Britain, In answering the Hes sian Soviet delegate, insisted that tho onference would he a failure unless it led ultimately to disarmament, but urged that before disarmament came then must bo peace and a peace basis at Genoa. Mr. Lloyd George begged Chltcherin to confine himself to the enda and not press for an extension of the Genoa conference. If you superadd to our proposals," ie declared, "you will wreck the con Bus-sia'- 0PENSAT BOND Age-Heral- "that good kindH cIry you will know why ,at r.113. French Lose Paris. 11 Dead Uith. au Slate.. Germany her people Paper Marks and Gold IX Eleven French soldiers were killed and 10 injured when in the explosion Sunday, near Glciwitz. when a bomb was detonated In a graveyard by the soldiers who were searching for hidden anus. Tho guardian of the church In the cemetery was among the killed. Fifty rifles were found conceal, ed under the earth of the cemetery. This Information was given out officially. A commission of Inquiry has been appointed. Officer Sacrifices Life. Manila, Philippine Islands. Captain William J. Briscoe, of the Philippine Scouts, burned to death In attempting to rescue one of his men who was surrounded by a forest fire near Baguio, Province of Benguet. The Captain took two other soldiers to safety before he suffered fatal burns. He was a native of Indiana and was 30 years old. He entered the army as an Inman In the Twenty-ninth Iteferrlng specifically to requests for an Investigation, made by Representative Royal C. Johnson, of South Dakota, and Boy O. Woodruff, of Michigan. Republican, the Secretnry said that If Congress thought an Inquiry were advisahle the War Department would "welcome It." Creditors of the Lincoln Motor will ho heard by Attoniey-tlener.i- l Harr? M. Daugherty on the question of whether or not the (rovernment should press for preferment of Its claims of Com-Jiaijy approximately $5,000,000 against the company. Department of Justice officials said, in commenting on charges in write J on hold German ifarkaS3. for free pamphlet No. TBUST StCL'BITIES CO. Dank Building ST. LOUIS, MO. th- - tho House that the department had failed to proceed against the company. Ban Overruled. ATLAS 720 Central National apt to put nicn to Meep. The girl with dreamy eyes is not Host men who don't would be clad to pay a large Income tax. Why Men Take Mastins Yeast fantry. Plan World Ijondon completed Flight ference." Corning, Ark. Even though she Turning to the delegates the British Prime Minister exclaimed: "If M. powders her face, uses a lip stick Chlctcherln removes the load line of and follows Dame FashionVs edicts our conference ship he will sink It, ns to dress. Miss Pearl Pugsley, pret student, bus tho and I would point out that he miglii ty elghteen-yenr-olbe among the drowned. We may have right to attend classes, despite the a rougli time ahead and we don't wai t ban of the Knobel School Board l- s agnst modern methods of feminine to be overloaded." Circuit Judge The matters on the agenda .'Ir. personal adornment. Lloyd George continued, were inor;n- - W. W. Bandy decided that the order ously Important, and It wouH ' be of the board was unjust and that criminal to destroy the hope mil Miss Pugsley could go back to school. d - Vitamon Tablets To Clear The Skin and Put On Firm Flesh Easy and Eceoomial Resstts Qskk Arrangements have been fjor tho attempted flight around the world, to be undertaken by two Austrian brothers. Sir Boss Smith and Sir Keith Smith. With an engineer they plan to start from Croy don, near Ijondon, April 25. Radium Deposits Found lions by endeavoring to solvo more problems than possibly could if Han- ! aged. . .. . age, he advised, "and go nom- with all he nui carry, then we will welcome him on another voyage when wtiknow what sort of a passenger he Is." May Be Prince's Bride. London. i' Funds Voted Police. Now York. While the police were confronted with two new murders. two gun lights and minor crimes, the Board of Aldermen, after listening lo nn attack on Police Commissioner E. Enright. authorized Richard $400,000 bond issue to pay 350 of the 1,192 'It M. Chltcherin a . . yoy- - trespass against IV. Uzziah's God. Punishment (vv. 19- - face? careworn, sickly-lookiIf you want to quickly clear your akin and complexion, put some firm, ng Of what use are fine features with on ugly, mottled skin, flabby flesh, sunken cheeks, pouches under the eyes, or a healthy flesh on your bones, increase your nerve force and power and look and feel far better. ahnDlv try takine two ot MASTHfS tiny yeast VITA- mus TAUU.1B witn eacn meat ana watch the results. MAST! ICS VITAMON TABLETS contain not only the purest form of concentrated yeast vitaminea, but all three Titatnines scientifically combined with specially prepared organic iron for your blood, the necessary lime salts and other true vitalising brain, bone and tissue making elements which Nature provides to 'produce real "stay-therflesh, dear akin and increase energy. Under their purifying influence, many embarrassing akin eruptions seem to vanish aa if by mseic leavim the akin and complexion fresh, clear and glowing with ruddy health. To protect yourself against imitations and cheap substitutes INSIST upon MASTIN'S to get the oririnal and genuine VITAMON TABLETS, recommended by physicians and used cj millions. At all good druggists. e" 21). While raging In his wrath and about to burn Incense he was smitten with leprosy, al dreadful, incurable and un This Judgment came clean disease. upon him as a consequence of his overweening pride and vanity. He was thrust out of the sanctunry excluded from God's house. Indeed, his own conscience smote him, and he hurried' ly went out because he knew that the Lord had smitten him. He not only was excluded from the place of wor ship, nut was uetcroned. Ills son Jothnm was made regent. His Judgment was: 1. Sudden. The Lord smote him while attired as priest, with censer, In Frequently God's Judgments band. ore speedy. 2. Severe. The leprosy broke forth upon his forehead. The same Judgment befell Miriam for speaking against Mopes (Num. 12:10), and Gchazl for lying to Ellsha (II Kings 5:27). Grctt sins demand 3. Conspicuous. severe punishment. Azarlah and all the priests looked up and beheld the leprosy (v. 20). The spot on Uzziah s foihead proclaimed him as the object of God's wrath. How many todny are bearing abo'it the marks of sin God's Judgment I He was henceforth 4. Humlllatli.g. unclean cut off from the congrega tlon. This Is what sin always does. 5. Fatal. It ended In death. 'The wages of sin 1$ death" (Horn. 6:23). Borne. Badiura deposits have been discovered In Valleluris, says a dispatch to 11 Mondo from Mondovl, In Piedmont. Specimens of uranium tak en from the district are said to have shown a sufficient quantity of radium to warrant further Investigation. Ohio Fines Are $28,825 Incomple returns from Washington. prosecutions of the prohibition law In Federal Courts of Ohio, disclosed by the national prohibition unit, show that there have been 358 Indictments returned by Federal Grand Juries In the last six months, 201 pleas of guilty and 104 convictions, with n total of $28,825 in fines Imposed. Kentucky re ported 460 Indictments, 240 pleas of rulltv. 292 convictions, and fines amounting to $25,492. Fire Loss Is $200,000 four-story additional patrolmen requested New Orleans, La. The building at Canal and Soiith Peters streets, occupied by the Menge Marine Hardware and Supply Company was damaged by fire of undetermined origin to the extent of approximately $200, 000. Soon after the return of from the Board of Estimates. the Prince of Wales from his visits Wild Steer Injures Six. to India and Jauin his betrrthal to Lady Mary Cambridge will be an Lincoln, Neb. At least six persons nounced officially, according to relia were Injured, one believed to be ble information. seriously, and several others scratch when nn enraged ed and bruised Trade Data Sought. steer, breaking away from tho slaught Wshington. Trade as&elatlons ering pen of the Lincoln Packing Com were isked by Secretnry Herbert C. pany, charged Into the business sec The Hoover to provide voluntnrly to the Hon, scattering pedestrians. Commerce Department statistical In animal, galloping and charging over formation concerning Industries, to 14 blocks of the city's main thorough' be published by the Govomment for fares, turned Into the residential secthe benefit of business and the public tion and cavorted over two miles of streets and property before it was generally. shot dead by police. Recognized A "Phanlim." America's Claims Supported New York. The dally olIee line-uWashington. Secretary Charles E. at headquarters wtfere She night s haul of burglars, hold Up men anil Hughes received from Ambassador suspects undergo the scrutiny ot 250 George Harvey, In Ixindon, a note from masked detectives, brought a sensa Lord Curzon, Foreign Secretary, which tlon when old time detectives said stated that the Government of Great they recognized In William lonner, Britain would not In any circumstances 31 years old, the "phanton burglar of desire to question the rights of the I he phan United States in Its claims for pay Fifth avenue homes. tom" has eluded detectives for a long ment of costs of the American army of occupation in Germany. time. p George's Future Home. it-- and She was one of the richest widows In Washington and owned a magnifi WORLD WAR ALLEGED AUDcent home. Therefore the marine ITORS SCRUTINIZE BOOKS himself very fortuaate considered Action Comes On Heels of Order Oust when he won her heart. TREATED ONS Ing Thirty-OnNew Angle of Mys They sat side by side In the Hostess WEEK FREE tery Crops Out In Case As Result house at Quantlco. while the leather Short breathing In a few bourat of Finding Canceled Paper Money In necks and lassies swayed to the music i I fewdays:resulitealhellTer.kldneya.etomacb Potomac River. of the latest waltz. Finally she murmured: "George, ana netrt; puruiea tne dwxxi. sirensinena tarn Writ Washington. Behind closed doors a dear, will I always have as fine a entire system. BEHEST I or Ftm Trial TnatmtmU CSU.0U DROPST CO, Dept. CJ3..1TUITA. U. corps of Serret Service agents, expert home as I've got nowj" iiuditors and counters, began an invest! George looked worried. "Why, you gallon which is expected to fix the re-- ain't thlnkln' of raovln', are you?" he ponslbility for alleged duplication of asked. The Leatherneck. Government bonds at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. For the first timi! in histiry, tho big Government printery and its force of more than six thousand employees will lie Idle while the investigation Is on. Nearly two PEPTO-MANGA- N weeks will be consumed In the inventory and study of conditions which resuUed In the dismissal of Director Janvs Wllmeth and thirty bureau It Is the Safe and Reliable Tonic for tho prompt relief of Asthma arid Hay Fever. Aak vour drusslatforlt. heads. 20 cents and ono dollar. Writs for -Used by Physicians for FREE SAMPLE. Mst of the alleged" duplication Is Northrop&LymanCo.,lnc.,BurTalo,N.Y. said to bave taken place during the Thirty Years war period, when three eight-hou- r siiifU were kept constantly at work turning out the $25,000,000,000 of war There are "new styles" even In bonds issued by the Treasury. medicines. A new "fad comes. Is The new evidence Is said to show popular for a while, and then fades A HOUSEHOLD alleged Liberty out of public view. A remedy that has that Ihc amount of NECESSITY FOR BURNS. BITES. CUTS, bond duplication was surpassed durin; stood the test for thirty years must ECZEMA AND tho Htter part of the war, when Vic have remarkable merit and cannot be ITCHING SKIN AND tory bonds were being printed. SCALP TROUBLES called a "fad." Such Is Gude's Affording to reliable Information, ALL DRUGGISTS. originated by Dr. A. Gude CWUUMTttO BY the vast amount of war Issues caused over a quarter century ago, which SOLON PALM EX tlie work of. the bureau to fall bohlnd has helped many thousands of people MWTOatt the demand for the Victory bonds. As back to good health by Improving the a result this Issue was completed In blood. n Is an Iron tonic comparatively small sections. That In It contains Iron In a special form easily ISr.l'.y.llsiSa'JzJISIirTTj certain Instances these sections had absorbed by the system. It puts color been duplicated Is the charge made In Into the lips and cheeks and Improve, unofficial reports. 'iOTTHE FIRST the entire body by Improving and. en- - i A new clement of mystery was In richlng the blood. It Is sold by drug, Uf A COLD-US- E jected Into the Inquiry by the find' gists In both liquid and tablet form. Ing of 200 sheets of cancelled $5 bank If you want to be well and strong and , notes, with a face value of $4,000, floaL look tine and healthy, take Gude' ing In the Potomac River. The sheets Advertised ent. of mirney were found In the river beI M tea Mi iU ""WfJ low the Bureau of Engraving, which Is Catch as Catch Can. w, a, comtaxt. croon locate-- ! on the banks of the tidal basin "Don't rush away, old man." that empties into Ihe I'otomac. "I must. My wife Is sitting up and Secret Service operatives are busy If I miss the last train I shall catch It, trying to learn how the sheets but If I catch it I shall miss it; that Is, got out of tho bureau. It Is believed what I would catch If I didn't catch it, that the money was buried near the therefore I don't want to miss It beriver bank and washed down by recent cause I don't want to catch IL Catch heavy rains. Efforts also are being onl" A man is as old as his organs; ha made to ascertain whether other notes can be as vigorous and healthy at Important to Mothers and are hidden In the banks of Examine carefully every bottle of 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in the river. CASTORIA, that famous old remedy performing their functions. Keep for Infanta and children, and see that it Four Dead. DUPLICATION e DROPSY TAKE GLIDE'S Asthma Remedy LOTION PALMER'S Peito-Jlanga- n, Pepto-Manga- SK.' Pepto-Maoga- m MAN'S BEST AGE your vital organs healthy witl San Antonio, Texas. Death of another soldier Increased to four the total irom tne explosion of pyro technics, set off by the backfire of faulty rockets In a target pit at Camp Bulls. The dead: Private John A. Benner, Baltimore, Md.; Private Joseph H. Sillier, Reading, Penn.; Private Adolph Anils, San Antonio, and Private Felix Catchings, San An- tonlo. "Wild Man" Is Free. Doylestmvn, Penn. Roy Hecox, the Haycock Mountain "wild man," who was under arrest here on suspicion of having killed a Constable 22 years ago. Is on his way tor Grass Valley, California, to work o'i his brother's fruit ranch. He wis released from jail when tr brother, Walter Hecox. made defi'ite Indentiflcatlon and offered a JV lo toy. They had not met since wandered away from Tucson, .rlz--. 11 years ago. y Signature In Use for Over 30 Sears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Ca3toria No Doubt. (fi&tl COLD MEDAL "Put and take isn't always a gam- The world's standard remedy for kidney, ble. It's sometimes a sure thing. liver, bladder and uric add troubles since When you put more effort into your 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates vital business you'll take more profit out of organs. All druggists, three sixes. It." The Kodak Salesman. Look for tha nam Cold Medal ea arary and accept no imitation m YOU CAN WALK IN COMFORT If you Shaka Into Toar Shoes soma AIXE7TS FOOT" EASE, the Antiseptic. Ileallnc powder for shoes that pinch or feet that ache. It takes tha friction from the shoe and rtres relief to corns and bunions, hot. tired, weatlns;. swollen feet. Ladlea can wear shoes one also smaller by ahaktna Allen's FootvEaaa In each shoe. AdTertleement. I1 convinces "T.vTJ!T Somehow, the average man doesn't feel called upon to worry over the PILES. FISTULA, t IXEKATIO.V. , loss of his neighbor's money. PATION. bleeding1. Itching-- cored at home. l' 1 of ihe most stubborn reBeved in 3 to IO days "J Thinkers, not tinkers, get the most from their machinery. Trial tree. S. TAKNBT. AUBURN. IND. 22. IW. N. U.. CINCINNATI, NO. Army Officer Suicides Rail Board "Failure" KeepYourSkin-Pore- s Active and Healthy With Cuticura Soap Sap 25c, Oistaeat 25 aaJ 58c, TsIcbbi 25c Almost any pretty girl will brine oul the silliness In a man's nature. Pawnbrokers are able to see the sll ver lining of yonr clouds. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION Vr)s? yvk i m i ti mm it: t y 2Sfc aWd ELLTaNS 75$ Packa Everywtere 6 waier Si're Relief Ho Pell-ah-s of Chicago. Severe condemnation San Francisco, Cal An army board nnd the law of Inquiry into tho death of Major the Railroad Labor Board Frank W. Duryea. In his quarters. which established It marked the open biennial convention of fouijd that ho had committed suicide Ing of the sixth Tax Returns Decline by shooting, but learned nothing of the Railway Employees' Department of the American Federation of Labor, New York. Income taxe collections the motive. Duryea, a member of wealthy New York family, served two Samuel Gompers, President of the fed In the New York District for the first Prospect of Deaih in Old Age. years overseas In the Ordnance De eration, and Bert M. Jewell, head of quarter of 1022 reached $S6,!)S4,058.87, I fully understand that age nnd In partment and had been stationed n of 35J1 per cent from the the railway department, scoring the a decline flrmlty make you look at death from year during the at Ninth Army Corps Area Head' transportation act as "the most vicious amount received 1921, Collector correBowa much more serious .point of view quarters here. In the Finance Depart' piece of legislation ever foisted on the sponding period of than when you only contemplated It ns ment. ers announced. people." thing. The, vogue, distant an afar-of- f prospect which comes from time to "Fatty" Arbuckle Acquitted Served In War. Bride Elect Sails Again. time during n busy life. arr.Id many San Francisco, Cal. A verdict of ac. New York. Miss Mary Iindon distractions. Is but a dream ; but death Baker, of Chicago, sailed on the Philadelphia, Penn. Arrested here quittal was returned by a Jury In the V. ("Fatty") Arbecomes a very different nnd far more Aquitanla for France, firm In a deter as a suspected cluircater, a man giv- third trial of Ros real matter when you contemplate It mlnatlon that Alllster McCormlck, also ing his name as John Imber, 35 years buckle on a mans'aughter charge growVirginia In solitude nnd old nye, It costs one of Chicago, would not be disappointed old, Huntington, Ind., told police, It ing out of the deatli of Miss little to accept It froci afar nnd gen a third time In his efforts to marry la s:iid. tlmt he had been senterupil Rappe, motion-picturactress. The 1,,u slx minutes. The de- erally, ' to give onfs self up delib her. "I am going to be married to six years ago to the Indiana State Be- - j Jur' Wi,s mlt erately, with a calm gsze on approach L"""" "J! "i".- him In England," she said. "Twice I formaforv to 14 vears' Imprisonment Ing death. Is a much freater struggle. There was no neconstration, the have made up my mind nnd have failed for killing n man, but had escaped judges having warno--' against it. Mrs. Nature must shrink from the bitter to go through with It. Tills time after two yeart, and had served overcup, but let the Inner being say with Arbuckle, the defendI'm going to he married as soon as seas In the army under an assumed Mlnto Durfee our dea- - Lord : "Neverflbeless not what the miles of red tape which, I am name. He said that he had shot the ant's wife, cried quietly. Both she t will but what Thow vrllt- - Fenelon. told, surround marriages In England, man because he had been attentive to and Arbuckle sKuiok hands with the Jurors. his wife, according to police. can be cut." How Many Stars! of stars We think of the multitude cxlsttuce ns l bird, the hare once a and would In nil probability say that year, at Eaiittr. lays 'lu gaily colored on a clear, frosty, moonless night wp eggs that are the symbol of the awakIn reality, on see millions of them. ening of cnrtV. nnd the renewal of life. such n night. If we leave out the Pretty Legend Which Connects the formed her Into a brisk, This Is the raythologlcal explanation faintly luminous milky way. we see' 8ymbol of the little qui'druped with long ears, a Hare With the fewer than 3,000 distinct stars. In the warm furry coat, and Awakening of Life. tall to spink of the connexion of Easter eggs and whole starry sphere, of which we see of, ready and able to summon belated bunnies, but there are many other why only half of any given time, there are It onnears from a very ancient, but spring from wherever she rolgbt be stories temig for thethe sportive hare bright-hue- d stnra, Is response eggs only a score of little known tradition, t'aat the rabbit i lingering, nnd to guide her safelyeven at this siring festival. . ...... .1 , . beginning with Slrlns, the brightest of me iuure. vain, "rnong the Icebergs of the, iu or rauier them, nnd Including stars like Orion's v. Thenceforward tbelmro. the was originally a bird, very possj' right shoulder and left knee, Betel'geay. ns the of fertility, wns kn'm HadAlmost Too Much Learning. The goddess finding the swallow. and Higel, Vega and Arcturus. ! The cultured calculators have been messenger of the spring was not fitted winged sr I Jd In memory jt her former extretely rare. The extraordinary and climates, t ' endure all e b-- Bootleggers in Feud. Chicago. One man was killed and three others wounded in what police declared was the outbreak of hosrii itles between rival gangs of boot leggers and gamblers. Zita's Exile Will End. Tho Allied Council of Am. bassadors, tho Central News Agency says It has learned, has decided to grant 'former Empress Zlta, of Austria. Hungary, permission to leave tier exile homo on the Island of Muderia. The condition will be made, the agency says, that she live where the Powers can exercise authoritj. in order to prevent the recurrence of Incidents likely to disturb the eace In Hungary and Austria. It Is expected that she will seek permission to live In Switzerland. Ford Plant Stormed Detroit, Mich. Several squads of Springfield police er cealled to the River Rouge plant of the Ford Motor Company to disperse a crowd of 2,000 unemployed men who besieged the gates in search of Jobs, which It was reported were to be had. The men were scattered only after .a sever fight In which many were bruised. The gate of the. plant were leset at an early hour, and investigation showed that a general report had gone out that work would be plentiful this week. HOW TWO WOMEN ESCAPED OPERATION Doctor Advised Use of LydiaE. Pink-ham-'s Vegetable Compound Happy Results in Both Cases "Both of my Sr,Joseph,Missouri. sides swelled and hurt me so that I could not move or do any of my work. There was heavy pressure and pains through my lower organs and the 's doctor told me to try Lydia E. Vegetable Compound for these troubles. He said 1 had this one chance, and if the Vegetable Compound did not help me nothing butan operation would. 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It HAIK NETS AND ARMENIANS MADE POOR RENT COLLECTOR I HAD TO HAVE CONSERVATORY Most Parents of Six Marriageable Daughters Will Sympathize With This Home Seeker. Charles M. Schwab said nt n rccep tlon In New York: "The world Is hankering after disarmament and universal peace as tha househunter hankered after a conserv- Interesting Comparison Between Cost Indianapolis Man Evidently Too of the Former and the Clothing to Succeed In That Line of Business. of the Latter. The hair net milady wears would clothe several orphan children In Armenia for more than six months. That Is, the cost of them woutd. Even Armaria n orphans are sometimes more modot-tha- n milady. Exerts have figured that S1.S0 will completely attire In unbleached muslin rurments a child of the Fnr Hast relief orphanages of the Transcaucn-slafamine tones for six months. And expsrts also figure that milady's bill for JSair nets during a like period would be In considerable excess of that amount, depending utKin well, upon sfeveral things. Hair nets are of un- I . ) Bachelor Joe Stokes, the druggist, never gets peace from his friends. Joe owns some rental property In one of the Industrial districts. Things have lieen a bit slow In Industry lately and Joe has had trouble collecting his rents. Uls real estate broker constantly wns returning word Hint he could not collect. "I'll go out and collect It myself," Mr. Stokes said, n bit peevishly that Is, If Joe ever gets that way. Anyhow, n day or two later Joe started out on a rentn" collection tour. Late that afternoon he returned to certain durability under any circum-stancr- his drug store. An unusual little smile And milady Is not always was working at the corners of Joe's over cautious. Even an expert hesi- mouth. "Any luck?" one of the clerks Intates to nnznrd some guesses. The Near East relief 1ms Just pur- quired. "Any luek? Boy. you're crazy! Inchased 300.000 yards or unbleached mi 111 for summer garments for Its stead of paying me, they borrowed ward In Transcaucasia. Where Is money from me everywhere I went." household head Indianapolis News. them a ungn'Jant enough to remark that a History. Cucumber conntry full of orphans Is not the A strange recipe was once given for greatest liability In the world? the use of cucumbers. It stnted, peel Evening Tost. off the cucumber, slice It, pepper It, put vinegar to- It, and then throw It la It Progress7 out of the window. It Is, of course, "It may be progress or It may be difficult to account for tastes; but this another form of motion," said Old Man rather suggests advice prompted by Doodle, "but It is apparent that now- an enfeebled digestion. The cucumber adays the loss, of a reputation for has for centuries had a place In the proJilv am irtue Is not so much of world's dietary table. We have biblical a fesudSE," skf 1' was a few years ago. authority for the statement that when Inward some handclap-pln- g the Israelites complained to Moses, In fact, I on the rlmlraj ncqulttnl of they said: "We remember the fish crooks." Chicago which we did eat In Egypt ; the cucumnctori' Dally News. ber and the melons." There may be Imaginative minds who will see here a link with that popular English dish of Paett Laureate. There is no noet laureate of America today, salmon and cucumber. Chicago and no Mich appointment has ever Journal. been made. The first and only state to Something In IL appoint 'a pHt laureate Is Nebraska. Juliet "What's In a name?" Borneo which In 1921 declared John O. Nel- -' "Well. If you take mine you might hardt, a native of that state, entitled Ret a good home nut of It." to that honor. n s. Oil-Cair- o atory. "A househunter was looking for a cheap, smallish house with a large conservatory. The agent showed hlra a number of houses, but as they all lacked conservatories the hunter turned them down. Finally the agent said In a disgusted tone: " 'Of course I thought your conservatory Idea whs Just n whim. A cheap nine-roohouse with a conservatory I Why, man, It nln't to be found. What's the reason you're so crazy after a conservatory, anyhow?' "Well, confidentially.' sold the househunter, 'It's like this. Wife and I have got six daughters, and all six have had young fellows kind of spark-Iround 'em for a long, long time; s what we need, you see. Is a conservatory. The girls want somewhere to do the rlpenln' off In.' " n' . murdered us, nd robbed us of nothing but tl prt3lons they had V eaten; they n"er nil, ns much . ourselves. Yet right on the . i con- t there remnliinl duct In Invndi: camp and trent-wlt- h Ing us as prison the threat of darker pnsslhl. I fnncy that Santa Mnrinnu Justice works mainly by rule of thumb, and that the courts do not emlton-n- t themselves much with precedents. Oily I hope they did not shoot the picturesque Tony ngnlnst a wnll. The power-- s in- - i .nanned by a crew from the .i r .mis to be taken to Snnta Mnrlm enor Gonzales f remained with the day ns our guest, and on the net the boats from the cutter took off the pirates from the cave. We did not see them again. Through the con n r1ntlclty of Snntn Marlnnn rr 'tire. Mr. Tuhbs wns herded alr . lti M.e rest, al- -, , though he might If hypocrlt-- . hnve pleudet. ' he had com- plied with the will of i 'Invaders under duress. Aunt .' ite wept very much, and handed .ir I'aeans of I'as-ftislon with the requr-.-- ' she might never see It again. We parted from S u onzales not - an Impreswithout regrets. It sive Indeed, Senor Gonzales In his least wor6 nnd gesture wns Impressive. Also, he managed subtly and respectfully to Impart to me the knowledge that he shared Titian's' tastes In the matter of hair. On his departure lie mnde a pretty little speech, full of compliments and floral specimens, nnd bestowed upon me as being mine by rlgfc, he earn estly "protested the two bnf.s of Span ish doubloons. htgh-hnnde- d ,'i.i-Ically. leave-taking lue Not a Debatable Point. The Woman wns calling on her next-doneighbor, nnd while seatet. In the living room the front doorbell gave a sharp ring. As It happened to be the mold's day out, the small daughter of the house answered the ring. A penetrating voice reached us from the open door: "Is your mother engaged?" Mary Ellen's shrill treble was a mingling of astonishment nnd IndigNo, nation. "My mother engaged! ma'am; she's been mnrrled for years." Man's Troubles. Audley "Every man has his Bass "Yes; and most of them trou-ples- Since the above was written. Mr. Shaw has run across Tony on the Ban Francisco water-fron- t. Tony tells him that they KOt oft with three months' Imprisonment. The American consul Intcre--1'- ! hlrrsult and the schooner waa restore 0 rir owners, who were Tony's and hence did not prosect.(t. the disthep lie Cap charged prisoners left a card tain Magnus was stabbc ' ' Same by a native. Mr. lubln married a wealthy womin. t ic ownei of a fine plantation, but a perfecllv genu lne Mrs. Tubbs from Peoria . urmJ un lat er, and the too much married II. II. was oblleed to achieve one of his - nr.. rei'-Jon- s "But the boy has everything to offer yon his imrlent nnme, his splendid unstained youth, ii heart that Is nil loyalty. He Is strong and hrnve and beautiful. Virginia, why couldn't you love him?" "I could not love him," I replied, very low, "because my love wns not mine any more to glvrt. It belongs to some one else. Is his nnme nn- clent? I don't know. It Is his, nnd he ennobles It. Cuthbert has youth, but youth Is only promise. In the man I love I find fulfillment. And he Is loyal and brave and honest I am nfrald he Isn't beautiful, but I love him the better for his scars " After that I sat quite still, and I knew It depended on the next half mlnutb whether I went all the days of my life crowned nnd glorious with happiness, or hurled my shame nnd henrthrcnk under the waters of the cove. And then Dugnld Shaw took me In his arms. By nnd by he said huskily : "Beloved, I had no right to nsk you to shnre such n life as mine must be the life of a poor sailor." At this I raised my head from Its uestllug-placand laughed. "Ask me? Silly. I nsked you! Of course you could have refused me, but I depended on your not having the courage." "And Indeed that Is n charge I'll not allow thnt I am so little of n man ns to let my courting be done for me. No, no. It was my love compelling you that made you speak the words you did the love of n selfish man who should hnve thought only of shielding you from the hardships of such a wandering, homeless life as mine." "Well, Henven reward you for your selfishness," I said earnestly. "I am thankful you were not so noble as to let me throw myself nt your head In vnln. I hnve been doing It for ever so long. In fact, hut It Is such n thick Scotch head that I dure say I made no Impression." "Sweet Imp! You'll pay for that oh, Virginia. If I had only something to offer you I" "You can offer me something thnt I want very much. If you will, and at no cost hut your strong right arm." "It Is nn arm which Is nt your service for life but what am I to do with c hair-cas- te over-nig- Hillings. CHAPTER XX. ' When Will There Be A Disarmament of Dining Tables? recognize the fact that there's no gain but much loss in keeping up hostilities with the stomach! Suppose the ancient aggravation of improper food on indignant digestive organs should be settled with guarantees of sensible diet and tranquil digestion Suppose everybody would 1 The saving would be beyond all possibility of counting. Yet millions go on declaring war on the stomach and accepting war in return loading up on starchy, heavy, unbalanced food at breakfast or lunch and wondering why comfort, happiness and efficiency are out of reach. Grape-Nut- and highly-seasone- d The Bishop's Chest We waited nine days for n - rning of the Rufus Smith. Dur'nw n nine wear skirts.-- ' an episode occurred as u r:i.it of which I sat one morning by mv.self on Thoughts of what might have beea the rocks beside the sloop, oi which i are an injustice to today. tiered, such ardent hopes hnd been only ' like the derelict Itself t.- i wrecked nt last. It was a lonel- - sf"' i t and I wanted to be alone abused, and sad, and sore. I real'zf ' that I was destined to do nothing harm In the world, nnd to hurt people I was fond of, nnd bo nlsunderst nd by everyone, nnd to live on- - ' I wasn't lucky enougi. th mev w piiu- . premature and suii'l. sour, lonely, ct .oted ot t a je, 'Grape-Nut- s makes a friend jrili-ess I had ir e1 would wish anybody, nnd might even finish by of the taste and an ally of the to n Matrimonial Agenn. stomach. As I sat nursing these melaiitholy There's charm and satisthoughts I heard a footstep. I did it look up for I knew the footstep. I faction to this delicious food should have known It If It had trodden which prompts appetite to say, over my grave. digestion "There's a meal!" and "I take It you are not wanting company, you have come so far out of the to answer, "Thank goodness, way of It," said Dugald Shaw. last! here's peace Still I did not look up. Grape-Nut- s is the perfected "Nobody seemed to want me," I reHe marked sulkily, after a pause. nutriment of wheat and malted made no reply, but seated himself upbarley sweet, crisp, and wonon the rocks. For a little there was derfully nourishing. digests silence. quickly, and provides the neces"Virginia," he said abruptly, "I'm thinking you have hurt the lad." elements, including "Oh," I burst out. "that Is all you vital mineral salts, for body, think of the lad, the lad ! How about nerve and brain. me? Don't you suppose It hurt me, loo?i Order Grape-Nut- s from your "No," he mnde deliberate answer. grocer today, and let delighted "I was not sure of that. I thought taste pass a treaty of peace along maybe you liked having men at your ." tn -- a at It sary the a to an enthusiastic digestion and assimilation. feet." s the Body Builder "There's a Reason" Mad by Poatnm Ceral Co., Inc., BattI Craalc, Mich. FINDS HER BROTHER AND SISTERS Kidnaped In Her Infancy Woman Reunited to Family After Twanty Years. la WUmlngtira, DeL Kidnaped In this city when she was barely four years old and tnken to Washington, l'a where she was adopted by the family of an undertaker after having been deserted' by her kidnapers, Mrs. Helen Smith was the otber day reunited with CREDIT ACCORDED LUTHER partment she was Informed her mother and father had died during hei long absence, but her brothers and her brother and sisters here after sisters were living here. more than twenty years. Severed Man's Nose With Razor. Mrs. Smith said her kidnapers went an Iselln, Pa. Marko Martuzzl to California after leaving her In Washington, and although she was swered a knock at the door of his very young when spirited away from home and faced a stranger, who home she had a vague recollection of grabbed him by the nose nnd severed her brothers and sisters, and only a that member with n razor. The per son making the attack was so well a&ort time ago began an investigation disguised that police have not Uw of her lost relatives. Through a letter to the pollea de I slightest clue as to bis Identity. LAZZAR0N1 OF NAPLES One story ascribes the flrrt Christmas tree to Martin Luther, who conceived the rather pretty Idea that the dark branches of the young spruce, gayly Illuminated with colored candles and hung with Its bright ornaments and gifts, would suggest to the children the dome of heaven with Itc The lazzaroni were a class of vagabonds In Naples, Italy, which formed a distinct caste In the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries. They annually elected a chief, called Capo Laczaro, who was recognized by the authorities and frequently took un acana, perhaps. tive part in political affairs. In 1047, stars, bought of praise and gratitude to beaded by Masanlello, they overthrew who la tha Giver or all 300a the government and held possession of the city for a few days. In 1703, Insti aronna mm. - gated by Cardinal Buffo and led by Mlchele Sforza. they successfully the attacks of the French. The lazzaroni bad no homes nor regular occupations. They wore ragged clothes, were filthy In their habits and slept In the open air. They got their name either from Lazarus, the beggar, or more probably from the hospital of St, Lazarus, which served as a place of refuge for the destitute of the city, Some authorities say the word Is de rived from the Italian laxaro (lapaa or pauper). Liked to wound Cuthbert Cuthbert? Oh, If only It had not happened. If we could, have gone on being friends! It wns all my fault for going with him Into the cave. It was after you had burled the skeleton, and I wanted to see poor Peter's place. And we spoke of Helen, and it was all frightfully melancholy and tender, and nil at once he he said It. And I meant he never should I" In the soreness of my heart I began to weep. "There, lassie, there, don't cry I" he said gently. "The boy didn't speak of It, of course. But I knew how It must be. It has hit him hard, I am afraid." "I suppose," I wpt, "you would have had me marry him whether I wanted to or not, Just to keep from hurting him?" "No," he answered quickly. "I did not say that I did not say that I would have had you marry him. No, Uss, I did not say that." Then why nre you scolding me?" I asked In a choked whisper. "Scolding you? I ns not. It was only thnt that I love the lad and I wish you both so well I thought perhaps there was some mistake, and It would not matter nbout me, if I could see you both happy." "There Is n mistake," I said clearly. "It is a great mistake, Dugald Shaw, O oh'" wrot:;?" "Whatthat you should come to me and court "Nothing "illy there Is n crack In me for some one else." There was silence for a while, the the bottom, running all the way along kind of silence when you hear your where It Joins the side." henrbp." v "Wnrped a bit, I suppose. No mnt-tesh-- : it can he easily repaired crack? tie spoke his volco was I say, lasslr, loou here I" "Liked It? resting-sun-drie- d steel-sinewe- d - Dugald Shaw Took Me in His Arms. It now? And Indeed I think It is very well employed at this moment." "But It must be employed much more strenuously," I remarked, moving a little away, "If you are to get me whnt I want. Before you come, I was meditating possible ways of getting It for myself. I wnnted It for a melan choly relic n sort of mausoleum In which all my hopes were burled. Now Its purpose Is quite different; It Is to be my bride's chest and hold the dowry which I shall bring to one Dugald Shaw." "You mean the chest the chest that Jield the Spanish doubloons that lies under the snnu in tne sloopv "Exactly. And now I shall know wjiether you are the true prince or rot, because he always succeeds In the tasks he undertakes to win the princess." It was low tide, such . tide as had all but lured me to my death In the caye. One could go nnd come from the bench along the rocks, without climbing the steep path up the cliff. It was not long before Dugald was back again with spade nnd pick. He tore off the shrunken, boards fronijhe cabin roof, and fell to work. ft was not, nfter nil, n laber of Hercules. The cabin was small and the chest large. I watched with the pride of proprietorship the swift ease with which the arms of the Scot made the enked sand fly. Then the spade struck something which sent back a dull metallic sound through the muffling sand. I gave n little shriek of excitement. Hardly could I have een more thrilled If I hnd believed the chest still to contain the treasure of which It had been ravished. It was filled to Its brass-boun- d lid with romance. If not with gold. At length, kneaMhig be'ore It, 1 raised with an effort the heavy lid. "Empty, of course no more brown bags. But oh, Dugald, had ever a girl such u wonderful bride's chest as this? Under the pressure of Dugnld's fingers the floor of the chest was swinging upward on nn Invisible hinge. Between It nnd the true bottom wns a spnee of about three Inches In depth. It seemed to be filled with a layer of yellowed cotton-wooFor a long moment we held our breath, guzlng nt ench other with eyes which asked the same question. Then Dugald lifted n corner of the sheet of cotton uml plucked It uwny. At once all the hues of the rainbow seemed to be flashing nnd sparkling before us. Huhles were there like grent drops of the blood that the chest and its treasure had wrung from the henrts of men; sapphires, mirroring the blue of the tropic sky; emeralds, green ns the Island verdure; pearls, white as the milk of the coconuts and softly luminous as the phosphorescent foam which broke on the beach In the darkness. And there were diamonds thnt caught gleams of nil the others' beauty, and then mocked them with n mntchless splendor. There were nine heavy bracelets, all Jewel-set- ; twenty-thre- e rings, eight of them for the hnnd of a man. Some of these rings contained the finest of the diamonds, except for three splendid unset stones. There were numbers of earrings, two elaborate rope-lik- e chains of gold adorned with Jewels nt Intervnls, nnd several Jeweled lockets. There was u solid gold snuff-boengraved with n coat of arms and ornamented with seventeen fine emeralds. There were, besides unset the three diamonds, eighty-twstones, among them, wrapped by Itself In cotton, a ruby of extraordinary size and luster. And there was a sort of coronet or tiara, sown all over with clear white brilliants. Ours? Yes. for whether or not there were nn Infection of piracy In the very air of the Island, so that to seize with the high hand, to hold with the Iron grasp, seemed the law of life, we decided without n qualm against the to Its surrender of our treasure-trovtechnlcnl owners. Technlcnl only; for one felt lhat, In essence, nil talk of ownership by this man or that had long ago become Idle. Fate had held the treasure In fee to give or to withhold. Senor Gonznles had had his chance nt the chest, nod he hnd missed the secret of the hidden hoard, had left It to lie forgotten under the sand until In some tropic storm It should he engulfed by the wnters of the cove. More than this, had he not most specifically made over to me the Island Queen nnd all that It contained? This was a title clear enough to satisfy the most exacting formalist. And we were not formalists, nor Inclined In any quibbling spirit to question the decrees of Fortune. As treasun-hunt-erwe had been her devotees too long. So after all It was not my tomful skepticism but the high faith ot Miss HIgglesby-Brown- e which was Justified by the event, nnd the Harding Browne expedition left the Island well rernld for Its tolls nnd perils. Plus the t.bags of doubloons, which were n' l d to the spoils, the treasure brough. a a sum so goodly that I dare not nun It, for fenr of the apparition of Senor Gonzales and the Santa Marlnun navy looming up to demnnd restitution. Like true comrades, we divided share and share alike, and be sure that no one grudged Cookie the percentage which ench was taxed for his benefit. Ana now I come to the purpose of this story for though well concealed It has hnd one from the beginning. It Is to let Helen, .whoever and wherever she may be. If still of this world, know of the fate of Peter, and to tell her that when she asks for them she Is tc have my most cherished relics of the Island. Peter's Journal and the silver e which he found In the and was sand of the treasure-cav- e taking home to her. Only, she must let me keep Crusoe, please. THE END. l. o e s, shoe-buckl- i TINGLING with abundant energy, appetites hearty, nerves steady and their faces radiant with the glow of perfect health, the entire family of Louis Gingras, 9 Harrison Ave., Providence, R. I., are an eloquent tribute to the Representative ot New York la the case of Chas. E. Van Colt's family, residing at 120 Fourth Ave, Albany. He says : "Every member of our family la enthusiastic over Tanlac. It's certainly a medicine for all the family." From faraway Canada comes this message: "My little glrL my son and splendid myself are all enjoying health now and Tanlac brought It all about." Mrs. Bert Hewer, 103 East Avenue. Toronto, Ontario. "We call Tanlac The Famll7 Medicine here In our Virginia home, because It restored my mother and sister to perfect health. Just the same as It has done me," Is the enthusiastic statement of Mrs. J. F. Robertson, Danville, Va. And on through the list, men, women and children from every state In the Union and every province of Canada unhesitatingly come forward and tell In words ringing with sincerity of the wonderful benefits of health and happiness that Tanlac has brought into their homes that were formerly darkened by the gloom of sickness, suffering and despair. And should yours be one of those homes where any member of the family is thin, run down and weakened from loss of appetite, caused by Indigestion and stomach troubles, you have at your very door the means that will no donbt bring the sunshine of vigorous health back Into their lives and yours, Just as It has done in so many thousands of other cases. Do not delay. Get n bottle of Tanlac from your druggist today. powers of Tanlac, the greatest family medicine the world has ever known. "I've put Tanlac to the test four times right in my own family and It hasn't failed me once," declared Mr. Gingras. "My wife, my son and my daughter, as well as myself, have all runbeen built up from a half-sicdown, worn-ou- t set of people into a healthy, happy family brimful of new life and energy." And the experience of this family Is only typical of thousands of others whose statements are on file In the Tanlac offices. Hardly a day passes that does not bring scores of such messages of praise from every part ot the United States and Canada from families where mother, father, son and daughter have all found health, contentment and the Joys of living through simply taking a course of Tanlac. Take, for Instance, the case of John WIdner, 1571 Roosevelt Ave, Los Angeles, Calif., who says: "My wife, myself and little boy are now as healthy, happy family as you will ever see and it's all due to Tanlac." Or that ot Mrs. John Marquis and her family of sixteen Jiving In Manat 202 Belmont St. chester, N. She says: "Tanlac has been the only medicine used In our house for two years and it has kept every one of the sixteen here In the best of health." In Chicago, Frank R. Richards, of 441 South Wood SU writes: "We will never be without Tanlac in our house after the remarkable wty It has built up my wife, my son and myself to where we are the very picture of health." Ambitious Man. la very Visitor Rastus Johnson shiftless. Isn't he? Sambo No, suh. Dat man am de most ambitious wat is. Visitor Ambitious? Sambo Yessuh. He says he won't be satisfied until his wife nm doln' all de washln' In town. Wroe's Writings. 4 A Marriage. Woman's trip Into the business world usually Is an excursion. Permanent sojourn generally Is prevented by Cupid. How long should a girl remain In business before marrying? About Ave years, advises Prof. Ralph I. Powers of the University of California. Women In business are going to colAt the age of forty n man Is either lege training themselves to be better home managers. an old bachelor or a pessimist. How easy It Is to suggest a remedy A Is a man who never , gets mad on a street car. for other people's Ills 1 J WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin'. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe, by millions for Headache Colds Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia' Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions XnlsSa la ta ClA spirm f SAINT OF EIGHTH CENTURY Is Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet Also bottles of 24 and 100 Drnggtoa. txada mark at Barer Uaaafactar cf afoooanticaeUeatcr at 8aHerUcaeU To Swithln, Bishop of Winchester, Traced Tradition Concerning Forty Days' Rain. St. Swithln or Swtthun was bishop of Winchester from 852 to 802. According to the Eleventh century "Life," attributed to Gotzlln, he was tutor to Egbert's son, Etbelwulf, under whom he wns made bishop. He was a devoted builder of churches, and a man of unnsual piety and humility. He also built the' bridge at the east side of Winchester. He died In 862 nnd was buried in the churchyard oi Winchester, having asked, says WlUlam Malmsbury, to be laid where "passers-b- y might tread on his grave, and where the rain from the enves might fall on it." It was fabled that he many miraculous performed cures after bis death, and, although nevet regularly canonized, he was translated with great ceremony on July 15, 071, and received his title of saint on bis transition, when his remains were deposited in the cathedral. It Is said, though unfortunately not by contemporary chroniclers, thnt this translation wns delayed In consequence of violent rains. Hence, the still current bellel that If It rains on July 15, St. Swith-In'- s day, it will continue to rain foi 40 days. Through Life's Pilgrimage. And thus ever, by day and night under the sun and under the stars climbing the dusty hills nnd tollln; along the weary plains. Journeying bj land nnd Journeying by sen, comlnf and going so strangely to meet, ant react on one another, move we restlesf travelers through the pilgrimage oi life. Charles Dickens, In "Little Dor An attorney for Loa Angeles advertised for a chauffeur. Some twenty-od- d responded and were being questioned as to qualifications, efficiency and whether married or single. Finally, turning to a negro chap, he said: "How about you, George; are you Great Expectations. Young Doctor Look here, Isabel, considering that I have Just started practicing. Isn't that string of pearls rather an extravagance? "My dear boy, I wouldn't love you as I do If I hadn't implicit confidence In your future success." rjfe. Cutlcura Comforts Baby's Skin When red. rough and Itching, by hot baths of Cutlcura Soap and touches of Cutlcura Ointment Also make use A Distinct Benefit. "The world conference will result In now and then of that exquisitely scented many benefits," remarked the observer. dusting powder. Cutlcura Talcum. onj "True," rejoined Senator Sorghum; of the Indispensable Cutlcura Toilet "and one of the most Important of Trio. Advertisement. them lies In the fact that a number Explained at Last. of gentlemen from abroad were deElsie Why does n clock start aU tained long enough to get actual Information before going home and writ- over again when It gets to twelve? Bobby 'Cause thlrteen's an unlucky ing their impressions of America." number, I s'pose." A nu:.'8 tendency to give advice is I A noisy nrgument draws disputants In Inverse ratio to his ability to mind as custard pie draws files. his own business. "Naw-slboss, mah own HvlnV r, married?" naw-sl- Ah makes From Judge. r. From a Bride: "As a young housewife of only lf years' extwo and one-ha- r, perience I am glad to find that even we amateurs can cook successfully if we use Royal Baking Powder." Mrs. J. L. M. Ngood for such a watchmaker, kinq tt. ,,; . -- y?i .... viv v. :--. 'x ndon ' ', - tuthday of King Qeorge in the year 1764, Mr. in Ar-- " present-;:.1- s . with a repeating watch ,1e for him. The king and 'Wily were filled with de- - J-' ' ..; ' . "Y '. r, - ' . - ' 'pennyweights, Tnlration for this wonder- -' I work, as this repeating ' than n silver dime In Jl contained 120 parts. It seven and thin way combat the mischievous sen Inevitable Gossip sation mongering tendency and the development of deceltfulness. Through The Inveterate gossip Is a victim of education the bias for creating scares the meruit longing for excitement. and sensations may be diverted to a Sensation Is the breath of lfe to many useful goal. Exchange. persons hav.'ng n few Interests and an Rest Needed. Insatiable r avlng for thrills, and the Doc There's absolutely nothing the ingenuity Jiey display In weaving romances about their neighbors nnd ac- matter with you, madam. You should quaintances' it extraordinary. Parents seek quiet for a whlla. She But, doctor, look at n.y tongue. and teachers ydiould strive to direct to youi Doc The same applies the valuable nstlnct of curiosity towards useful and social ends, and In tongue. Placing trade routes; and when ships beenme of the population of ancient Antloch too big for river ports, new cities at the time of St. Paul. The second sprang up aid old, glorious cities died. and smaller Antloch was situated to Europe is full of dead towns trail- Some have come to life again, like ,'i9 northwest in a small province ing glories from tho ae before the Florence nnd Nuremberg and Seville, known as Plsldla. It was near Colosse n Turks captured Constantinople and because of nev conditions. Some, ll'io and Lystra and several other places la which St. Paul Columbus discovered America. Many Pisa, and Rclhenburg In Bavatla, end preached. Today only a few ruins of of them lie on small rivers, as Brug;s Ragusa In Dalmatla, stayed dead. Antloch of Plsldla remain to mark the does. For In the days when an ocean Built Ovit- Ancient Antloch. site. It was also called Caesarea, alship was only ai enlarged rowboat a ntloch though the greater Caesarea s.ood on Part of the rite of ancient river harbor as referable to the best ncpnn nort. Such Seville, sch occupied by the modejj? known the s!ior; of the Mediterranean, not ',on of far fro Jerusalem, and waa tha politiAntakleb, laving. was Pisa, such once was Florence?! cal cap.' u of Palestine. But when the TuiVa cut the andlarrft out 28,000, vhlch Dead Eurcie. v- - rlt." -- .n Towns BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste Send for New Royal Ca Jt BooJfe It's FREE Royal Baking Powder Co., 130 William St, New York ROYAL well-know- 1 - V - u . - ; .'. i . - .j ' .4 i r V. Mi-- W X; J '. : T t fm - m mm l'r ... .A I 0W1H5SVILLE o'.vinusville, Published Weekly, ... OUTLOOK Howard is contacting a scries KY. ofl He will begin :i niectiiij; nu'otmira. here sometime during Miiy. ' - - - u PEELED OAK s, Entered according to act of Mrs. Will Phelps left Saturday to Post-08nt the Owingsville, Ky., sin-aa few day with friends at matter. n second-clas- s subscription i'arU ....Miss Nellie Donohew after TIIR OUTLOOK'S rntps nr as follows: a short visit with home folks, re$1.50 turned Monday to school at One Year Six Mnnth .................................. 75c. Mr- -. Maggie Hart is improv. Three Months 45. ing t' her illness.... Mis- - Lottie Mat? Harris, of Lexington visited hei E. D. THOMPSON, - - - Kentucky. mother, Mr. Win. Phelps and grand: Cwlnqsvllle, pjMeuts, Mr. and Mr- -. Jame- - DonTUESDAY, APHIL 20, 11V2Z aldson last week.... Miss Sallie Kent returned Wednesday from Itichmuiu STEPSTONE where she ha- - been attending -- ehool. , Mrs. A. B. Thomasson and eliildren ....Mr. and Mr. Prank ot spent Saturday with CinciiiiiMti, were here last week. Mr. of Ml. her mother, Mr. Callie laj?in....Vil-li- e Jiek-o- n left this neighborhood when Cancnter and family, of Ruiirlioii a boy eleven year old. He is now (irt Cail fiarrett and family, of L. & 11 thi- - being hi- - second visit back here. Jiirition, Clay Jones and family, The lir- -t one being jmt 40 years ago Luther Kendall and wife, .1. M. Steele in ISS'2. He linds many changes hav TNimas Donoliew and 1 B. Wilson taken place in that time, but he was spent Sunday with O. ". Kineaid glad once more to visit the -- cenr-ol nud wife.... Hollie Carpenter and fam hi- - childhood.... The Kaster proily, of Bourbon moved in with his gram gien b the Sunday School father Hoc Carenter this week. a? I'niou Church Sunday morning Rcllio is in very bad health.... Char- was very interesting nnd enjoyed by lie Blevins, of Bourbon eotinty wi all. Mi-- s Artie Kineaid of here Sunday Mt. Sterling vUited Miss Clay Blev-- : SALT LICK week.... Joe Mosley and fam . lArnold Daw -- on, of near Lexingil, of Mt. Sterling, visited his pa- ton, - a guest of friends hrrc C. ri ntis, G. W. Moxley the past week. S. Bates and wife left for their new ....Clyde Brown, of Mt. Sterling, wa home in Winchester the pa- -t week. Collins Baker went hero this week. The total receipts taken in by the t j Paris this week to see his brother play given here and at Farmers and AllcU, who has Wen very siek Alorehead, by members of the 0. E. Burl Stull atid family, of Bourbon, S. chapter, of place, amounted ' yKit Sunday with H. 1). Blevins and to $7S.5X....Mrs. Frank Wills lniilyBom, to the wife of Hoyt her friend, Mrs. Anna Trnmbo, at Th- rapson, a daughter!. Dr. Wells Morehead Wedne-da- y Sherman and wife, of Preton, visited their (lullett and wife have gone to Logan l.iughter, Mrs. Clark Wilson in the residence they recently Kalem nnd wife of Sjwneer sjwnt purchased from C. S. Bates here Suuday with Mis- - Eliza Maxey. Mrs. Ernest Wills and sons, of Frank Young and wife, of Owings-vitl- Prize, Ky., are guest- - of her mother spent Sunday with Mrs. Sue Mrs. Elva Speneer.....Mises Lucille JonesAClark Wilson went to a hosy Knutz, of Lexington, Christine Alex, 'pitnl'in Cine'iiinati' Monday where lib .under and Irene Frizzell, who attend w:!l'be under treatment, by the E. K. X., Richmond, aiid Miss Razor Willie who attends W. K. X. sit Bowlin for lung trouble Carpenter and family, of Bourbon, Green, were home' for the Easter his parents, Mynhier Carpen. hoIidavs....Wtdt'er' Razor was iirough'l tcr and wife. to his father's home here from Enterprise, where he hail been seriousPRESTON ly ill with pneumonia, but is thougfit We had r. very hard rain here last to be better now. Friday. The creek was higher than lor years, doing considerable damOKLA age to plowed ground Mrs. Lillie Afr. and Mrs. Paris Crain, of Con Hornbaek, of Mt. Sterling, visited her cord, visited the latter s parents, parents ner.r here the past few days. Thomas Denton and family Sunday called ....Mr. S. B. Ilitt, of and were accompanied home by Mr-- . on friends here' Sunday. Miss June Crain's sister, 5li-- s Ruby Denton.. Xion Trent SaTurday lo Mt. Sterling Ed Dangherty, Hcndris Daugherty, lo' sf'nd few dnys with Miss Ves- - Robert Whitton, Abbic Powell and i Heath, also her aunt STk". .1. D. Etna'Mlidfiox were in JInysvillc lust THi .....Rev Baker and Cassity Saturday. John Mason Hcdrick and jfreache'd at Blevin's Valley SaruniiJy James' Roe Hedriek were in Owings- niglit and Sunday. Rev. Baker was villc Saturday. employed to preach iherc 'this year. Mrs.'S. V. Johnson spent a few FORGE HILL lys in Huntington, 'W. Va. last week Mrs. Gcorgo Roljerts, of Hat m guest of hereon,' tl A. Thomas.. Creek and Mrs. Omar Rogers, of Th ! stor.' of S. V. Johnson's burned Grange City, are with their mother, here Thursday about nine o'clock. Mrs. John Davis, who has been very Fire caught from the flue. It took ill for several weeks. Ira Dftskins hard work to save the dwelling oc- and Miss Christine Anderson. ; t cupied by W. E. Fitch.....Mrs. C. L. Richmond, 'srit'rit the Easier holiilaw Johnson and daughter visited rela- with hoihfr'roIks.ll.Oscar'bncy soVl tives at Farmers Sunday.Mrs. Sara nis larm to uaytur ice tor .fu.OOO. Cassity and son, Ernest, returned ..Mrs. James Sne'degar"arid children Saturday from Weston, Mo., where spent the past week with her brother they spent the winter John II. Lacy Sorrell and family ait ifoorcs Glntcr and familv, of Spencer came Fdrr':- - "" Con-ctvsKieh-moml.- ... Jai-k-on1 vi-it- ed ng e, Oov-rnime- nt vi-it- ed Ver-ailles, SATURDAY, APF L 29TH 2, Wl! .! BE - DOLLAR DAY Shrout, Piper up 0vhigsville,Ky. Through the Chamber of Commerce your- dollar will bring more on that day than on any other day. Look over the list and see the posibilities of your dollar. and -- Shrout 1922 A CLEAN TOWN; FAIR PLAY; NO LOAFING; BETTER BUSINESS. EXTRA SPECIAL Try a sack of the best flour sack in the land. One 24-lb. Specials for April 2oth, ONE DAY ONLY CASH I$I 50.00 27-50 Lexington Maid Flour This price is for one day only and only one sack to each customer Don't miss this opportunity This price for cash only; n i Hoosier Beauty Kitchen Cab net Sellers Largest Kitchen Cabinet Cedar Chest 48x20x21 inches Chairs each Double Cane-SeDavenette, Rocker and Chair, 3 pieces Gasoline a gallon at 1. 00 55-oo SPECIAL SALES BEGINNING $i.oo 23 R. O: BYRON - FARMERS TRUST CO. KY. Saturday, April 29, 1922 In order thnjt farmers may have .1 ready market for their live stock andcHer farm uroducts the Owintrsville Chamber of Com merce wilf establish a Special Sales Day on the last Saturday of every monfh. beginning Saturday, April 20, lSUi ll you have anv kind of live stock or anv other farm products that you wish to sell buy or trade brinjr same to Owintrsville on that day where buyer car meet seller and seller can meet buyer. OW1NGSVILLE, JUST RECEIVED- A FRESH SUPPLY OF want your properly taken care of and properly distributed after your death have the Farmers Trust Co, to look after it for you. If you Auto Faints and lop Dressing AT SPECIAL PRICES SATURDAY, APRIL 29 Let us show you the new Cooper Tirefc oil which we make our own adjustments-- . We Will appreciate any shop work or business given us. Will act as fiduci- or, trustee or in any ary capacity. ft FREE BAND CONCERT There will be a free band concert in front of the Every member of the Chamber of Commerce in town will endeav or to ofTer some article in his stock at specially renucea prices. Come, brinp your family and let us all profit by trading with one another. court-house. A. N. Denton & Son ipttupe-Baans- , Vegetables J -L- -ET- US OTIL7D OR REPAIR YOUR OLD ONES. - OF ALL KINDS FRESH EVERY DAY Highest cash price paid for eggs and butter. 18 BARS WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP ONE DOLLAR Saturday APRIL n r Y0TJtllT01lA0E BATTERIES We appreciate any shop work, or any business you may give us. Get our prices on everything for the Automobile PHONE 132 E. B. THOMAS BARGAIN DAY 1 Five Cans Mountain Eose Coffee 81.00 1.00 Four cans good table Peerless Five cans Eellhart Peas Other items in proportion for cash. . 29 will be dollar day with us. We have too much for '$1 tojjut it-ithis spae& Weu will show you Saturday what a dollar will do. Goodpaster & Co. ! t Goodpaster, Garage Comfort ResWOraDj MRS. EMILY WARNER, Propr. Good Meals--Goo- d Service J. R. Steele i t i $1 SANITARY G. W. Belcher, Propr. "The House with a Welcome" BARGAINS APRIL Plates Jl 29 3Vt Regular' Meal" service and Short Order service, Soft ! J' ai: Drinks, It XAi 'n. r i. v Cigars,-- . Tobacco and Candy.i Your patronage is appreciated Chamber of Commerce Specials SATURDAY Set Cups Set Seven Each Aluminum Aluminum . , - . M W. E. Fitch We are authorized to announce er, Mrs. Clark Shultz and family spent Sunday in Jit. that the contest between the WoSterling with P. P. Richardson and men's and Men's classes of the wife. Christian Church Sunday School will close April 30, instead of Go To Sun. OLYMPIA day Sidiool Day in May. Mrs. B. F. Roberts, of PainLsville, The Rev. John Gillespie, Louisville, and daughters, Anna K., Neola and Mj-rvisited Mrs. Roberts mother, will preach at the Presbyterian, 'hurch Sunday morning and night. Mrs. Lucy Hart Saturday and Ellen Spence visited in Salt Lick Saturday..... Mrs. Ben Downs, .Mrs. Amanda Spence and Mrs. Clara Pergrem were called to the bedside of their sister, Mrs. Jeff Staten, of Stepstone who is very ill. Born tovjame.s Penlck and wife one dayJafwecka daughter...Dr. 0. P. Clark, of Winchester, was here on business Sunday...Mrs. Lee Mann of Winchester, was here last week with her sister, Miss Martha Per brilliancy RETAINS itsthe surface grem who hag lecn quite sick....3Iis scs Grace and liazel Kinney, 01 longer because it contains Forge Hill were the guests of their more pure lead per gallon. aunt, Mrs. E. A. Swartz Sunday.... That's why good paintcre Mr. and Mrs. Frazier were in Win use and recommend it Chester Sunday to visit relatives.... It is guaranteed free from Frank Satterfield, of Preston was adulteration. here Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. pure Made from 100 Finis Blevins..Sid Warren made a carbonate of lead, zinc, trip to Jenkins the latter part of linseed oil, dryer and collast week....Mrs. Millard McGIolhin ors and Kurfees reputaof L. &. E. Junction, is visWng her tion. It goes further, wears mother, Mrs. David Swartz...!Iisses longer. Costs no more Lizzie Ingram, Opal Moore, Vnletta than the ordinary kind. Jack-soand Virginia Crouch spent Come in today and let Easter with Miss Oakley on Rosi usshowyou how little Run.Y.Quite a lot of excitement pc. it takes to paint your vailed here Saturday afternoon wt'en home with Kurfees. Ae a dog, supposedly mna, entered depot, making an effort to bite every T. M. Perry & Co. thing it saw until it was finally ki'Ied) Owingsville, Ky. Several dogs were bitten by t 71 e G J. Katz head of the dog was sent to L 'U Salt Lick, Ky. ville Sunday morning toctenna.c whether or not the dog was mad...... fer... nfaSeveral from here attended the mtt ing ai foiKBvuic ountjay wuere r. and Saucers LACYrCOONS & CO. Percolator, .81.00 lloaster 1 We take pleasure in serving you. Infinite attention paid to details. Skilled barbers, who take delight in doufg your work in a satisfactory manner. Remember we have moved to Vimont street two doors from postoffice. We sell ten yards Lavn Cloth for $1.00 Palm Olive Soap three Cakes for 25c Come and bring the family to the big Dollar Sales Day. E. L. & A. T. Byron Pur Paint ' 11 JIahhXI FORMULA 1 OLYMPIAN Hi EH SPRINGS 24th, PROPERTY V. M. Pursuant to the order of the U. S. District Court, for the Eastern District of Kentucky, in the case of et al vs. Olympian Springs Hotel Co. On O'Neal MONDAY, APRIL at two o'clock p. m. 1922 4 96-1- 00 V B 5s Bi Look for this Inside Informaiion Don't just trust to luck or chance when you buy paint. Know exactly what you arc getting. Hanna's Green Seal Paint gives you this "inside information." That's why the exact formula is printed on every package of HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT and we want you to know it. The formula proves it has quality through and through. The result is more wear and a more satisfactory- job all around. Insist that Green Seal bo used on your properly. Its use means true economy. Sold by - n taxes for 1922. Upset price fixed by U. S. Court. $20,000.00 Terms: Purchaser must pay $3,500.00 cash and execute three bonds for balance of purchase price, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, payable annually from date until paid, due in one, two and three years from date of sale. Possession-pivcn will sell the Olympian Springs Hotel property, consisting of two tracts of land: First tract containing 576 acres and the second tract containing 51 acres. On this property there is' a 70.ROCXM 3 ICPTCl j and several cottages, and a number of unexcelled mineral springs. There will also ba said at the same time beds, bedding, household and kitchen furniture and equipment, etc etc All of this property will be sold free of all liens and encumbrances, except that the purchaser must pay advalorem JJ-- 10 the undersigned For furth particulars see or write in ten days. It's good paint, containing the best ingredients, - - John T. Kimbrou Son Ik Ik. 6 i Special Commissioner and Trustee . f j Tifi ' "Rnniihlifi T5ir71rlm1 1 - O' TiOnisvillp. . TCv -- - - AsL. . - ft 1 - 'ts mm. t