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The election held Satuidav, Sept. lllth., was a ipiiet all'air, no dislur bam f any kind being reported from any of the precincts. A full ote was polled m nearlv every precinct, the ole in Owingsvillo being larger than usual. The proposition to issue .s:ilHl,ll(IO in bonds for the jtiirpo.e of assisting in he constnK1-tio- ii Ibith il ro.ids and bridges was voted in the dilTerent count lini itii In the majoril) lii inp nlioiil t.ll in f;itnr f the issue. The iiffii i.il count W.U.TKK YOl Ni; COW, CO. '1 - 5Ts gmyr 1 .lob,, of I'.iris. was here Saturday. Mrs. Reese Wells spent Monday in II I j. & A. T. KYKOX. Lexington. VOll KKXT: .My house on Main Edgar Denton was in Morebead Mrcot. last Friday. MKS. .101 IN' A. I)AI(IIIK1JTY. Arthur Marklaud, of Paris, spent Saturday hero. The Pliiiiuigraph ileal wont la; Mrs. A. X. Crooks of .Mt. Steiling .. . mug aii .1. pnrc. f one now. nil" ni'i u;k hero Saturday. T- & A. T. r.VltON. M l. II. C. (Jndgell was in LeMiigto'i rOI.' SAI.H: O110 man Foul top. the lirst of the week. will Ih- - 111. ill - Friil. iv. alw ngular style Ford lop. Call at Mr. and Mrs. A. II. iMusou were Outlook oflice. in Lexington Tuesday. Hioccuyh Victim in Weakened ConSirs. Robert Bailey was in I.e.ving dition. AUTO TOPS. ion one day the past week. Mrs. Virginia Tatum, of Louisville Tip (oji time n talk top troubles. Mi-- s Maxmie Donaldson is visit ibo has been sulfcring with hic HATH 1'OFNTV CAKACK. ng I'nonds in Madison eoiuily. coughs for the past thirteen days is Owingsvilli Kv. It believed to be a little better, having Mis. Kathleen Palmer, of Lexingbeen able to gel a little Jeep and Canada's wheat crop this year i ton, spent the week end at home. r. ivord breaker being :JSS,770,000 Mable Viee, of Moorelield, lake some nourishment the last feu Miss t bushels. siH-nthe week end with Mrs. Frank days. Every possible remedy has been Used in the case. ' Medicines Collins. Get our prices on coal, lumber, have been discarded and psycholoVilIi lt'iehardsoii and Burwell lime- and cement before buying. Right gical means employed which seems Howeii, of Mt. Sterling were here prices and prompt delivery. to get better results. Physicians THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Tuesday. believe that if she can get a long Hiuomni, Corbett kit Sunday to wiil .Inini's "Mabaney, proprietor of a. enter the University of Kentueky at period of sleep the attacks cease. Mtft drink Mand in Mt. Sterling diel Lexington. of beart trouMo while being shaved .I0I111 C. t'lavtou and wife of It haN been the intention of tho at the burlier shop of V. 1). Hums came Saturday to visit Mrs. Ovvingsville Hand, with the assistin II. tt citv .Monday afternoon. Pierre (oioilpaster. ance of a carnival company and iMi- -s Xan Steele, of Ciiieinuati, is other attractions, to put on a FOR SALE visitng her niece, Mrs. Charles Myhere September -- 7 to 30 in17fi acres of land six miles east clusive. The agent of one of the See 0. B. Thompson ers and other relatives. of Carl Rolph and family, of Mt. huge carnival companies was to . 3 t Salt Lick, or write A. I;. Vice. Stirling, visited Mr. ItolphV parents have been here Wednesday to make , Pa. Yet Grant Avenue, Dmiues-neI. T. Rolph and wife Sunday. contract' but at the time we go to examining trial Tnesdayji Misses Lucile Wilson nd Clancy press, has not come. If arrangeAfter tin - I morning Jim fSrpentcr was placed Jacobs, of Moorelield, were weekend ments arc made in time the fair will be advertised by posters and handin jail to :nMM(Martion of the ruests of Mish Xettic Thomas. tealinu grand jury 01m charge of McAlister, who has been vis bills. It is expected that a portion Ward of the School Rally which has been I flnnr. 1 yiting his grandmother. Mrs. Lou held here for the past several ears Fratman, left Sunday for Pittsburg. will be held in connect ion with this Big doings at our ON'IJ and TWO .Mrs. C. S. Brother anddaughter, i elcbralion. uL! niintnr. Shirley, left the past week for their E. 1 & A. T. HYIfOX. home in Hazard alter a visit to Mrs. Tobacco Association Elects Officers. E. II. Brother. I am prepared to examine and fit E. II. (ioodp.iler Omer Rogers Sherman fioodpaster, of Frank-fot- r, ur eves with glasses'; Xo chatgs and Frank Hcndrix were elected spent Saturday and Sunday vjminntinn and glasses must delegates to the Barley Tobacco' with his parents, .Judge and Mrs. C. you or no sale. and Growers' Association to the district AY. Gooilpasted. ouvention held at Mt. Sterling Mon S. D. THOMPSON', W. J. Lawson, wife and daughter, day. Registered Optometrist. These delegates had been preMrs. Wm. mnders, uf Moorelield, viously nominated with thrco others were guests of the family of lroy by members of the Association of Mrs. Thomas Cox. Sirs. Thomas Cox, aged 27 years Dunaway Sunday. Bath county to be voted for deleMr. and Mrs. XathankM Marklaud gates at an election held here. At died at her home at Sharpslmrg Mondayof heart trouble. Dceeased have returned from a two weeks' the district convention Ben T. their son. John Marklaud Wright, of Mt. Sterling and Sharps-bur- g, was a daughter of Thomas Staiificld. visit ' She is survived by her husband and and family, of Paris. was elected as a director of several brothers. The burial was at Misso.s Lucille Yiee and Yirgalinc the Association for the ensuing year. Shaqburg Tuesday. Byron were in Sharpsburg Saturday given by ti attend a luneheon-bridg- e 'The Wals, Company, incorporsj ated have moved in their new store honso and --Miss .Marv agoner licrry. YOU SALE: .111 1. Slate avenue. Lot contains Misses Ida Belle Brother, of .Mt. on South Maysville street which 1 4 avnw, good well and oiitiM.lid-ing- s. Slen iig and Angio Young Jackson, gives Hum larger quarters necessi' 5 f Il'ltop, Fleming county, are tated for their increasing business. MRS. MARY F. PERKINS, Their .showing of Fall and Winter . s- 1 .Miss Louise Iiey. gtu-'.Hillsboro, Ky. g R1 clothes, hats, shoes, shirts, and Y Mr. and. Mrs. X. A. Shrout and goods for men and young men Johnson Y'ouiig and Henry Said It. is now complete. ,I)o not fail to looK 70,1 Mlss Jfac Shrout left Tuesday for a for us in our new quarters, South Hctirv Fonl has notified his t motor trip to the Mammoth Cave. Maysville Street across from A. B. . TOO employes' that if liquor is smell- - V Miss Christine Anderson, daugh- Oldham & Son." 2t 'ed on their breath or there is anj '1 other evidence of their having been ter of Mrs. Etna Anderson, has gone THE WALSH C0MPAXY, drinking they will" be immediately to Elkhoni City, Pike county, where Mt. Sterling, Ky. tjiseharged. she has 11 jKisitiun as teacher in the llu.l. s!..l,,,.l Robt. Dull arrested James Spenec J-of Scott War , County Judge Henry Wesley Scott and Theodocfc on whosiilaee east of Pcasticks he countv. has a win ted Mrs. Eva Moore, of Lexington, were visitifrs discovered ftud destroyed a still and a barrWsjif mash. Spence Moss jailer of Scott county to here Monday. Mr. Scott has a g1 her husband Sam Moss, who ; iKsition in Lexington and this is .vas Uikl'n to Mt. fjterling and his iioud fixed at .f 1,000 by Commission was removed from the office by Gov- - , firjjt vjsit (o j,;s ol,i uomc (owu er Wood, which he had failed to give emor Morrow because he is alleged ,uVerai years. to have released Jack Eaton, a up to date. Thomas Loun&ford and wife, of i prisoner, to a mob of prominent I Cincinnati are visiting Andrew Col , Sit tt county men. 47 miners entombed in the Argoand family. Mrs. Lounsford will be naut mine at Jackson, Cal., August remembered by the icopIe of ProhiiMlion officer DulT, who has licrn at ns Miss Bena May Coyle, '27, were found to be dead when the vaca- second daughter o Kobert Coyb?. rescuing party reached them. A note ) home for a week or two, on a tion from his labors in other coun- Her marriage to Mr. Lounsford is of found on one of the bodies indicated that all the men had died within five ties has been active in Miprcssion leeent date. hours of the beginning of the lire of moonshine dealing in Bath coun-- . Miss Nettie Thomas cnteVtniiie.l August 27, ollicials said. ty. Several arrests have been made with a dance at her home oiiKlate In the last IV lays. Some of the Those avenue Saturday evening. Richard Crouch, of Windsor, CanKtuff rapti.rcil a. " bronght to town present were Misses Mable Vice, Lu- ada, is visiting bis parents Ctirrau Ml. ' and most poisonous wi the cille Wilson and Clancy Jacobs, of Crouch and wife. j, here. . liquor ever.Moorelield, Clara Arnold, Xettic Bell Arnold, Lucy Toma, Kuth Denton, Mis. Olliu Knight, of Sharpsburg, '' NOTICE Mary Alice Thomas, Messrs. Omar was tho guest of Mrs. Win. IS. Art v'TSic Walsh Company, incorpor Botts, Bascom Thompson, Virgil nold, near town, last week. ated have moved in their new store Thompson, Andrew Denton, Frank :j?n South MaysTille etrcct which Stamper, Clell Johnson, Frank The soldeirs bonus bill has passed fives them larger quarters necessi Weaver and Roy Blount, of Moore-bcl- the U. S. Senate by a vote of 35 to tated for their increasing business. and Willis Richardson and 17. Their sdiowing of Fall and Winter French Turley, of Mt. Sterling. g e'othes, hats, shoes, shirts, and It is rcpor'id that former F.mperor men and young men goods for William, of Germany, will marry Thomas Jackson Schowiach-Corolat- h h now complete. Do not fail to look i 11 Thomas Jackson, aged G3 years, Princess for ui in our new quarters, South died at hi.s home near the Olympian Xovimber. Mayevillc ' ireet across from A. B. Springs last Thursday morning after 2t a long illness of cancer of the stomOldham & bun."" It is reported that a good deal of ach. Mr. Jackson had been married good quality tblmceo is being raised THE TYALmm COMPANY, Ait Stirling, ICy. twice a:ir " survived by bis second in (icnnanj tins vear. wife a1 U four children. He was a The new .tariff law will likely There was a very large cr svd atl "on o B.iIW Jackson, deceased. bi.r-aJack-tso- a cause an increase of 15 per cent in was a the Batley l the Rose Kitpn show here JHouttay i T''e ' Uie price of clbthing. graw;yard. x Oct hilc llu- - ' a Phonograph :nul Keroril, getting i good, at 1 1 - A Habeas Corpus Case. case of iiim-ii.- il interest was Conner's court tried in Judge I'licsJav. Timotliv Warren and bi.s wife had been separated for some time and their two children hud licci linking their houie with their grand father Henry Warren, of the Kendall Spring neighborhood, who scenis to have been caring for them as if thev were his own. Their father who is a carpenter and lives in Cincinnati also contributed to their support. Their mother, a daughter of Perry Met 'arty and a former school teach er, js now working in a. kilchen to support herself concluded that she iv anted her children with her, and she demanded them of Henry Warren their grandfather. He refused to give them up. The children's mother I he, il to habeas corpus i had l ioecedings. The whole of Tuesday was taken in hearing evidence, a great deal of which was interesting and some of it rather sensational. At the conclusion of the trial Judge Conner decided that the mother bill ;'. right to the posossion of her children. The children, who are six or eight years old did not want to leave their grandfather and bad to be forced to go with thi-jmother, who is now doing the housework lor a .Mr. Hovernialc. who is a widA ic-or f APPLES APPLES t v I We have six HARMONY r f t t y t r have bought tho apple crops of the 1 PHONOGRAPHS 1 t orchards of Dr. A. W. Waldcn and IMor Hart and havo several hundred barrels of choice apples which I will All sizes and V st'U Ht moderate prices. T J varieties. L also have a quantity of j vindfallen apples, which are in good t t 1 with 25 Columbia V Records for X X : i X : With snfcin torms or cash discounts r portunity for the to annly a nne School ' to have one. ... op- - J shape, but will not keep as well as j thosefjpieked from the trees. Those iI will sell at bargain prices. Now is the time to lay in a supply of apples for the winter. E. L. & A. T. BYRON X V member VvSs-ty the fYMOfSTRjivyx -- K Owingsville, Ky. 4 A yy f A. C. W. YOUNG Straight talk on Cream Separators by noiesome, ' appenzmg Cov-ingo- ower. NOTICE Dish CON-CONCARNE eele-iirati- -- "The Yals, Company, incorporated have moved in their new store on South Maysville street which ,'ivcs t!u ni larger (pinrters necessitated for their increasing business. Their showing of Fall and Winter clothes, hats, shoe, shirts, and goods for men and young men is now complete. Do not fail to loorc lor us in our new quarters, South Maysville Street across from A. B. Oldham & Son." Jt THE WALSH COMPANY, .Mt. Sterling, Kv. fur-"isin- CIIILLE if J. R. Brother A De Laval brings prosperity Butter-fa- t is the most valuable product of the farm. Twice a day. every day in the year, gravity skimming or a poorly designed or cheaply constructed separator wastes this high-price- d Owinesville, Ky. & Co. One Pound Ground Steak Onions Four medium-size- d One can Red Kidney Beans ' ifi One can Tomatoes h box Spaghetti Hi Mexican Chillies and Salt to Taste if! Remember this is the universal favorite: while you have if! the chance don't fail to revel in its enjoyment. (Ictlicl School Opens. The Bethel public schools opened Monday, Sept. IS. The school is ia food. if if if if De Laval has won 1.091 grand and firit prizes at all important expositions. A De Laval Cream Separator steps ihii. less of piofit. It supplici the extra money that you need. R. C. BYRON MEMBER ml charge of Prof. W. C. Taylor, of Augusta, Bracken county. Ho is assisted by Mrs. '. uingi . ot 5. ibel, in i t!ie Junior II'-, i eii , thy Womaok fiitip, i.: .1.10 s .1 .1 Mi. ale gr Bessie Gilveii. who ' . .night the primary grades for ti p.ust four years. There is enrolled in the High School 21; Gr. tuinar Grades JC; intermediate, ;5:i: no pi unary 37; total 107. This is the largest enrollment for Bethel tor a good many years. Bethel has a parent-teacheassociation which has done much good for the benefit of the school and which will be organized again this vear. ' . . 1 ! . . '1 rs Home of Quality Groceries i A w"'! . cTe "1. Laval Crra- - Separator your farm v.re prfit- Tf . x j, s " lr U tor than 2,5CJ,JOu ! tfifiifiifiifiifi-fiifiifiifinf r.- other tarmers. uy a lie LataI on narli trrmti thjt It iill actuAlly pay for tt.rlf wliilo urr ufliiir It. Come in and talk It over. Tou ran 31 ifi ifi ifi ifi OXJR if FALL GOODS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY 1 1J.-K- fur-nisin- s''. " Tobacco growers desiring to join the Burlev Tobacco Growers' Association this year will have until .Monday, November (ith., to sign the contract, after which time no new members will be received this vear. The anthricitc mine owners of the East say they must add $1 per ton to the price of coal above what it was when the strike began. Coat Suits, Dresses, Fall Coats in all We have bought tho grocery store jjj jjj new cloths and shades. Prices very jjj ifi and. meat market of Kerr & Wells on 3. ifi attractive. Call and let us show you. p Main street and solicit the public pa- - Sjj ifi Hi uur irienus are asiced toe ail Hi S ironage. Hi S on us when in the market for groceries Hi 15 MEMBER ml fi or meats. We want all kinds of conn- - !fi Hi Hi Hi NOTE OUR SPECIAL PRICES ON MEATS g! Hi Hi T BONE STEAK 25c PORTER HOUSE STEAK 25c u: Hi 25c 25c ic Hi LOIN STEAK ROUND STEAK LACY-COON10c 10c FLANK ROAST RIB ROAST ROAST 15c A full line of clean, fresh groceries, vegetables and fruits. FORliQUARTER NEW FIRM 1 if XffsviV B. 1 7 suc--ce- "he Tale of a Car- arrival Joke That Led to Grim Realities S ft . CO. - -- 56 ji The Mardi Gras Mystery By H. BEDFORD-JONE- S WEBSTER & CENTER iHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHi The setting of this charming story is not the New Orleans which General Jackson defended, neither is it the New Orleans of George V. Cable; but the modern - commercial metropolis d, fur-nisin- made rich by shipping, industrialism and the development of oil, sulphur and other nearby resources. However, the author docs throw in some of the atmosphere that still clings to the historic place in the undiminished gayeties of Mardi Gras and " and in glimpses of and the surviving pride and hospitality of Creole aristocracy. It is an engaging narrative in every respect with a delightful love interest, two heroes of most contrasting types and a mystery that will capture you and keep you guessing until the end. Mi-Carc- "Kvidciiee has accumulated on every hand that prohibition has promoted public health, public happi-i.cs- s mid industrial efficiency. This evidence comes from manufacurers, physicians, nurses of all sorts, school, factory, hospital and district and fi m social workers of many raci'S and religious laboring in a great nii'"lvr of fichU. This testimony demonstrates beyond a prohibition is actually doubt the terrible forces of dis sapping ias, po.u.. crime and vice.' .' Dr. Chain Kliot, Harvard -- A representative of the State road department was at Kleiiiiiigsburg Monday and together with local officials went oer the roads from r'liningsbiirg to fairwew, Wyoming and lAixport, a total of about Hi miles with a view to recommending them for Stale aid. great I.loyd (icorge'jj memoirs of the World War, which ho is now "Caju-nism- It Will Appear Serially in hhii paper soon. J J A great niuuy Hath county people attended county court at Mt. SterClcctric Lights Forty Years Old. ling Monday. There were about t September 1, 1022, marked the and they 000 cattle on ibe sold well at fron-l- o to Ge. a pound. fortieth anniversary of the opening Prices were better than last court of the lirst central station. This, was the Pearl street station of the day. Illuminating Co., Xew York City. Ohio will vote at the November The Owingsville Ilich Sehool and election on an auiendiiiuit to the "sale Constitution legiliziiiij the man--a- d Salt Lick High Si I. ol bastball are and sale ot ' h. wines aiJ teams will play at Ki chrough park Friday. iTi.u-kcKdi-son writing, sold for .jCillll.tlOO, twice as much as the book on the same subject brought. This is tho t. largest amount ever paid for a The serial rights also sold for the largest amount. ever paid for any other publication. man-iiscrip- t SAVR ON tires; r iu ? every T t and Lee Tire t United States, Gowlyear to October y y f from September t types and carried in stock. t f f SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUT y t y T n x . nor opiit.. casn (iiscouuLi on , 1 T sold 20 1. V All sizes Y r The Virginia Kentucky Miciation is bein held at Winchester today. County Attorney D. W. Tl:c railroail shop crafts anil the Iloprett. of thU county is in This meeting is expected railroads seem to lie settling their railiinlly. Aliout 40 per to hive some important results. liiireri'iu'os rent of tin- trik!iif; shopmen have r ppli Ashbuger of Bueyrus, 0., returned 'i 'I $200 i.i- ing .0 gallons Hascoin, ot Sharps-- , insje v.a. iv his posession. luirjr, who Iia lisien very ill of tv- -i phold fever count,. j tobac- il r several weeks, is bi helievcd to improniij;. of Miilo cults are solliiijc lWf some them liriiifjiiiK only A - - 5?t JfPH, II i IIPNVI Benefited by i fippiiiifj Hi II OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. RAILWAY STRIKE OWINGSVILLE. KY. Whole System Is Tanlac Thourands of frnll, nervous people end convalescents everywhere Jinve testified to the remarkable power of Tnnlnc In bringing hack th?lr lienlth. Strength nnd working efficiency. It seems to quickly Invigorate tlie constitution, nml Is a powerful foe of weakness. Sirs. George (1. Owen, of Salem, Oregon, says: "My nerves were upset nnd the little I nte wasn't enough to ktn-- up my strength, so 1 lost weight nml became bo weak It seemed I hail no energy nt all. Tanlac restored my health completely, nnd I gained twele jwiunds In p Mrs. Harding Visits .Disabled Veterans DAVIS WAGES WAR ON COAL PROFITEERS SEEKS LAWS TO CURB EXCESSIVE PRICES OR TO SEIZE PROPERTIES Proposals For Lower Prices To Con TERMS EFFEGTFD UNION MEN YIELD TO SEPARATE PEACE TERMS NEW WAGE SCALE STANDS All Shop Kentucky News Culiings An pftom of thm mast events transpiring throughout Him state attempt Im-part- rr Workers Are to Return With Rank Held Last June Joint Commission to Be Formed to Act Upon disputes. sumers Again to Be Made to Operators and Dealers Drastic Steps to Be f'ade If Terms Are Spurned. Columbus, O. With a narrow inar-!- n In each branch, the Ohio General Assembly paed as an emergency measure the bill of Governor Harry l Davis to oMnlilNh a fuel adminis tration in Ohio. Tho action followed short but spirited debate. The I till was passed in the House, Mi to -, and the emergency clause was adopted i to 11, one more than the necessary two thirds. The Senate passed tho bill, 2S to It. The emergency clause was adopted, tfi to (!. with Senator lone Cleveland, James Reynolds, of the lTpper Democratic member House. asting the deciding vote. Columbus. Pslng the strategy of Isolation, combined with the massing of ocru helming force. Governor Har ry U Davis, employing the Ohio Assembly, began his final maneuvers gainst recalcitrant Ohio coal oper ators to compel the hxlng of lower prices for fuel and the surrender of Cynthiana south-bound An to wreck rl departineiit of Hie of l.alior. The number of roads that have agreed to renew eontracls with the shopmen's union was not contained In Mr. Jewweight." It was underThere Is not n single portion of tho ell's aiinoiiiu-emeiibody that Is not benefited by the help- stood that from 10 to (V) roads would The ful notion of Tnnlne. It enables the nceept the terms Immediately. Ftomnch to turn food Into healthy strike was called July 1 when shopWood, bone nnd muscle, purifies the men refused to accept a wage decisystem nnd helps you back to normal sion of tho United States Hallway weight. Get n bottle today at any Iihor Hoard. Approximately 100,000 employee-- ' Chicago. The mllroail strike Is ended. Ollieial aiinoimi'eiiieiit was made by 11. M. Jewell, l'reiili-ii- t of the 1 & N. passenger the train was discovered Just in time to prevent the disaster. railway American IVderatinn Mayfield E. Robert rennington, an employe of the Mayfield Canning factory. sulTered severe injury to the hand when he was struck several times by a windlass of which he had lost con trol. Lexington Jeff Blevlns, of Wayne County, who was wounded In a bat tle at Mt. Plsgah, Wayne County, In which two friends of Blevlns were killed, died nt a local hospital of blood poisoning. Mnyfleld W. D. Gordon, 82, a well- known resident of this county, died at his home nenr Lynvllle. He Is survived by five children. Funeral services were held here with burial In the Rhodes cemetery. Hendorson Shirley Ball, coal miner, employed at the Southland mine, was perhaps fatally hurt when slate fell upon him while mining coal. ni3 back was broken at the fourth lumbar, an operation which was performed revealed. t. good druggist. Advertisement. In Right Triumph Beginning. with certainties ( 1 if a man begin be shall end In doubts, but If be will be content to tiegin with doubts, he shall end In certainties. Bacon. In contemplation CRAMPS, PAINS AND BACKACHE St. Louis Woman Relieved by Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound irith cramps I St. Louis, Mo. was bothered and pains every month and i Dad DacKacnc ana had to go to bed as I could not work. My mother and my whole family always 's took Lydia . Pink-ham- "I men walked out. A memorandum of jigreement, as contained In Mr. Jewell's statement, contains eight clauses. First, It Is agreed that the agreement Is made "upon the understanding, which the parties hereto accept, that the terms hereto shall ho carried out by ollicers of the companies and the representatives of the employees In a spirit of conciliation. Second, that all men are to return to work "in positions of the class they held June :t0, ISC', and at tho same point." g cannot he Fourth, If disputes adjusted otherwise they shall he referred to a commission to he established. This commission will have final authority. Fifth, the commission shall he com posed of sis railroad representatives and sir representatives of tho union. This commission is to be established within 13 days "from the signing of nrl-in- Mrs. nnrdlng, wife of the President, takes an uctlve Interest In the welfare of the malmeil nnd sick service men. She Is here shown visiting th veterans who are In the Walter lteed hospital In Washington. CITY SHAKEN BY TERRIFIC BLAST CREW EXAMINES RAIL BRIDGES DEPUTIES SURPRISE DYNAMITERS SETS FIRE TO SCHOOL Because Girl "Did Not Like Place" And Was Too Old For Grade, Is Story of Officials New York. Because she "didn't like the place," and rather than remain In :i grade with pupils iimcii younger. Sergl, III jears old, of Antoinette itronkl.xn, sought a way out of the situation by attempting to burn down the school. Such was the complaint made In the lilldren's Court, where Antoinette ilinly told of what she bad done. Monday she went to Public School o. II! in Brooklyn, and much to her cha grin was assigned to Grade 5 A. Her companions and playmates were advanced much further. Returning to the school from lunch the girl Is said to have brought a With this. small bottle of kerosene. It Is alleged, she soaked papers found In the basement and then set lire to Another blaze was started in them. like fashion in a hallway. cooperation. His purpose Is to obtain a vote of iihsoluto power to control prices, seize mines and regulate distribution and then renew proposals rejected by fuel producers. If they once more decline the suggested basic prices the power probably will follow. If his renewed overtures are accepted legislation asked for today will not he utilized. This plan was revealed by the bill drawn by Attorney-Genera- l John G. Prico and fathered by the Governor. In the first paragraph of the measure authority Is given for the appointment of a Stato Fuel Administrator with ex traordinary powers. Peculiarly enough, this authority Is made discretionary and nut mandatory. In other words, the Governor Is not required to proceed, after the bill Is enacted into law. Immediately to name this otlici.il. The last paragraph declares the ex istence of an unlawful emergency af fecting the welfare of tho stale, and making It necessary for the erection of machinery to' control the fuel Industry without delay to the end that public health, peace and safety tuny be conserved. In effect the first anil last paragraphs of the special measure, therefore, are in violent contradiction. Inquiry develops the fact that the optional feature of the bill was inserted with due deliberation of Intent after it had been niailo a mandatory Instrument. This the operators Twenty Thousand Affidavits Charging Attacks By Strikers And Sympathizers Presented By Government In Chicago Rail Strike Injunction Cass. Compound for such troubles and they induced me to try it and it has helped me very much. 1 don't have cramps any more, and I can do rny housework all through the month. I recommend your Vegetable Compound to my friends for female troubles." Mrs. Delia Scholz, 1112 Salisbury Street, St. Louis. Mo. Just think for a moment Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been in use for nearly fifty years. It is prepared from medicinal plants, by the utmost pharmaceutical skill, and superior methods. The ingredients thus combined in the Compound correct the conditions which cause such annoying symptoms as had been troubling Mrs. Scholz. The Vegetable Compound exercises a restorative influence of the most desirable character, correcting the trou-bl- e in a gentle but efficient manner. This is noted, by the disappearance, one iter another, of the disagreeable symptoms. Vegetable Mutt Be Well Dressed. "She wants n new gown." "What for?" "She's going to sing over the radio Vxt week and she couldn't think of appearing for all those people In a town she has already worn twice." Detroit Free Prc&s. 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Sixth, all parties agree that neither deputy United Stales marshals arc this settlement nor any decision of tho searching for the scene of the blast. commission shall be "used or cited In It was by far the most powerful any controversy between these parties heard here since the railroad strike or between railroads signing Hie s.ime was begun. or any other class or classes of their Jacksonville, Fla. Deputy sheriffs employees In any other controversy reporetd that they had surprised four that hereafter may arise." Seventh, both parties pledge them men who were attempting to dynaselves that no "intimidation nor op mite the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad e Creek near litre, pression shall be praiHiccd or per- bridge over mitted against any of the employees and, after a pistol battle, had capwho remained at work or have taken tured two of them. Chicago. With more than 20.000 service or as against those who recharging attacks by strikers sume work under this understanding." Eighth, nil suits at law now pending and strike sympathizers on railroad as a result of the strike to be with- workers In every section of the country, the Covernment launched forth drawn by both parties. Its endeavor to show a concerted effort by the striking shop crafts to InBandits Kill Two Ohioans terfere with interstate commerce by Columbus, Ohio. Police attempted driving railroad employees from their solution of two murders for robbery, work. Overruling objections of attorneys believed to have been committed by the same gang. Frank W. Cooke, High for B. M. Jewell and John Scott, strike street cigar store proprietor, bound leaders, Federal Judge James II. admitted the allidavits In eviand gagged, was found In the rear ot his store with Ms head crushed. From dence, for the time being at least, in $50 to fCO had been taken from the the hearing on the Government's hill cash register of his store and his for a temporary Injunction against 240 clothing was stripped of everything of shop crafts olliclals and their followvalue, William Empfield, night watch- ers. The Court likewise deferred for tho man at a South Side garage, was shot by masked bandits and died three present, argument on the defense motion for modification of the temporary hours later at a hospital. restraining orders now In force. He ruled that the Government's contenDealers on Their Honor tion that the dominant purpose of the New Tork Coal dealers of the alleged conspiracy Is destruction of Instate will be placed on their honor terstate traftlc would be a vital factor In the matter of fair prices and equit- In determining whether or not unions able distribution for the time being. were entitled to any modification In the It was Indicated at the office of Fuel order, and directed the Government to Administrator Woodln. Once a dealer proceed with the evidence on which Is suspected of proflterelng or of it expects to prove that charge. hoarding fuel. Sir. AVoodln, It was Would Obviate Loan said, will make use of all the powers with which his ofllce has been vested Panama The Pnnaman Government by the Legislature. has been making efforts to obtain a loan of $10,000,000 from American Cruelty Charge Flouted, bankers. It was revealed In the NaWashington. Investigation of con- tional Assembly when Deputy Dutary ditions in the United States Veterans submitted a measure advocating realHospital No. 81, Kings Bridge Hos- ization on property and securities pital, New York, has disclosed only valued at $0,000,000 and held in trust one case of cruel treatment of a pa- for Panama by Win. Nelson Cromwell, tient, according to a report prepared general counsel for the New Panama for Director C It. Forbes by M. I. Canal Company of France. Deputy Mclnerney, Chief Iniestlgator of the Dutary said the liquidation of this property was preferable to the borVeterans Bureau. rowing of money. Maine Vote Just A Dream! Portland, Maine, Senator Frederick Republican, and Governor Hale, MIddletown, O. Mrs. Gideon DenP. Baxter, Republican, were elect- nis, 519 East Second street, dreamed ed In Maine by majorities falling de- that her house was on fire during the cidedly below those given to Republinight. She awoke from a doze, seizcan candidates In 1020. Iteturns from ed her young babe and fled outside, 484 election precincts give for Senator screaming that her house was afire. Hale. Republican, 60,200; Curtis, Dem- Fire apparatus was called and upon In ocrat, 47,027. vestigation it was found that it was "just a dream." Steamer Rescues 340 London A radio dispatch received Williams To Succeed Sims. by Lloyds from the British steamer Washington. Clarence S. Williams, Castle, reports that the graduate of a Springfield KInfauns (Ohio) steamer rescued 340 persons from the school and Annapolis Naval Academy, German steamer Ilammonla, which was appointed by Secretary of the sank In latitude 41:50 North, longi- Navy Edwin Denby to succeed Rear tude 1:50 West The KInfauns Castle Admiral William S. Sims as President Is due to reach Southampton Tuesday ot the Naval War College at Newmorning. port, R, I. Six-MilWilk-erson Per-clval Whltesburg pany has been C. Dixon. II. The firm will O. K. Coal Com organized here by W. D. Cadlll and others. operate wagon mines. Wagon mines are active In this section and are being given a much better car supply. The MURDERS TWO DAUGHTERS Then Throws Bodies Into The Missouri River, Is Alleged Confession of Kansa City Father Paducah The Rev. Roy Rutherford, formerly pastor ot the First Christian Church in Paducah has resigned his pastorate at Amarillo, Texas, and will return to Kentucky, according to information received here. It is said be will accept a pastorate In Central Kentucky. Fulton While working In his garden, R. E. Pickering, one of the best known men of the city, died suddenly as the result of a heart attack. He had been In falling health for some Mr. Pickering vas a native of time. Tennessee but had lived here for a number of years. His widow and six children survive. equipment Railway will cost 50,000,000 will be furnished tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, of Maryland, by tho Girard Trust Company, of Pennsylvania, according to a lease of railroad equipment filed with Secretary of State Fred A. Vaughan. Kansas City, Mo. A confession that he had killed his two daughters and thrown their bodies into the Missouri River was made by Tony Dinello, of Kansas City, Kansas, to Henry T. Zimmcr, Chief of Police, and several detectives, the Police Chief announc ed. Dinello was arrested after the sec ond of the bodies had been taken from i sand pit near Nnploeon, 311 miles down .stream, by a fisherman. The girls were 11 and 1" years old. DInello's relatives became suspicious several days ago. when they visited him and he gave conflicting explana About tions of the girls' absence. the same time a body was found tied In a sack and although it was not then Identified, It was establ'shed that the girl had been struck on the head. The second body showed the same kind of fracture. Frankfort which understand. Guided By Dead Wife Chicago Miss Ilelene Rogers, of Des Plaines, III., became the bride of Vincenzo Gullatto, a Sicilian violinist and music teacher at Mooseheart, 111., who said the young woman had been chosen by the spirit of his dead wife. The marriage license was Issued sev eral days ago. ".Miss Rogers Is the Eighteen Drown choice of my first wife," Gullatta said Homenille, Ga. Eighteen negroes in announcing his wedding plans. He are believed to have drowned when a then went to Sicily to visit his moth motor truck filled with fans on their er. He told friends his first wife's game plunged spirit had been guiding him to happi way to a hasebaP through a bridge. Fourteen bodies ness. had been recovered. Only four ot the Lumber. Embargo Ordereu" :!'. passengers said to have crowds Into the truck are bcltaci'd to .hare Washington, A temporary embargo escaped. Few details of the accideht were available. Reports agreed, how on lumber and all forest products, to eer, that a wooden bridge over the he effective for a week, has been de Satllla River gave way under the clared by the Southern Railway to heavilv loaded truck throwing the permit the road to move priority freight and to clear the line of lumber occupants Into deep water. already In transit. Kallroad olliclals said today they expected the embargo Loss of Life Heavy to be lifted "in a few days." Southampton There was consldBank Head Reticent erable loss of life when the German off steamer Hainmonia foundered New York. Joseph W. Harriman. Vigo. Confirmation of this was ob tained when the British steamer Kin President of the Harriman National declined to discuss a report that fauns Castle docked here with 2So to the passengers and members of the Ilam the bank had lent monla crew on board. Captain Day, United Mine Workers of America at labor organization was commander of the KInfauns Castle, time when the possibly would in need of funds to provide tents and said the loss of life food for striking coal miners. reach SO. Others on board estimated the dead at 1.T0. Bunkhouse Fire Accident k, Frankfort During the past two years it has not been necessary for the Workmen's Compensation Board to uso any of the tax received from insurance companies for the maintenance of the department and all of the funds so collected have been converted Into the state treasury to the credit of the general fund. Frankfort Reports covering investigations of Oldham. Carroll. Trimble and Elliott counties were filed with Governor Morrow by State Inspector nnd Examiner Henry E. James, who covered Into the state treasury $123.07 collected from delinquent officials of tho four counties. Ho reported $2(3.03 still due from an official of Elliott County. Frankfort With the completion of the new fish hatchery at Glasgow, Barron County, which Is now being put into shape for hatching fish next the Kentucky Game and Fish Conmisslon will undertake the construction ot the third state hatchery at Pineville. In Bell County. This plan was announced by Dr. It. S. Tuttle, executive agent of the Game and Fish sp-ing, Commission. Innocent Man Slain Fire Captain Is Killed Captain Md. Baltimore, George Lentz was killed and 17 other firemen suffered burns nnd cuts nnd possibly more serious Injuries as tin result of an explosion, while they wen fighting flames In the umbrella store and manufactory of William Reehler, Inc, In the heart of the business dis trict. Fire officials said a back draft caused the explosion. The blaze was confined to the Beehler building and no more damage was done to adjoin ing shops than by smoke and water. Five Injured Clifton, o of them prob injured seriously, ably fatally, when the automobile In which they were riding was struck by an Erie Railroad train In Athenla, o suburb of this city. The injured: Charles Demmert, Rutherford, N. J.; Mrs. Charles Demmert; Charles Dem mert, Jr., 10 years old: William O'Keefe, covery. Boy Scouts 31 - Chicago1 Police are seeking to determine whether they had killed an Innocent man. Charles E. Jacobson Betatr to Cny and Fded Hali) was shot and fatally wounded recently when he fled from a Northslde apartment, when It was raided by stnf- - all rUa nniTN romfer Vim othh. pv. Is, by ". rk w&itvintr mi or at lru postal inspectors nnd policemen. Jacobson lived only long enough to tell police he fled in fright, when the Balloon Steering. Drifting for miles In a free balloon raid took place. Edward Nelson, the might seem to offer little prospect for object of the raid, sought for the a landing again on your own doorstep. postal robbery, later appeared at the But an accommodating air current and apartment and was arrested. a little head work turned this trick for To Build Two Cruisers Junius P. Smith, of the army air serv ice, nt Langley field. Virginia. His llghter-than-aexperience Is unique In Tokyo The Japanese Navy Departwork. Carried off In one direction by ment has issued orders for constructhe wind, the aeronaut ascended until tion of two new cruisers. One of he struck a calm. Figuring that the them, with a displacement of 7,500 calm was caused by two strong air tons, will be built In the Yokosuka currents moving In opposite direc navy yard and be named the Klnukasa. tions, he threw out ballast, rose above The other, of similar displacement, the calm, caught the current moving will be built in the Kure navy yard swiftly In the direction opposite and and named the Furutaka. These are returned to bis starting point. the first war craft to be started by the Japanese navy since the abandonMost Unwelcome Truth. scheme ag a ment of the eight-eigThe kiss of a pretty girl is always result of the Washington agreement highly regarded among men, but as a Wild Voyage Described rule, after a man passes fifty he New Tork Officers and crew of the would rather have a mess of young New turnip greens. Houston Post. liner Philadelphia, the American steamship which was abandoned as security to a host of Spirit messages at a seance listened to with rapped attention. Italian creditors In Naples, arrived here on the Cameron with the tale IIIMUCTilAt aael Hi of a wild voyage which ended disIVULHmm Straw.Tire, Itch, astrously In the Italian port. The hUl fcvis. SmartIf they if Sore, 175 seamen, whose passage In third or Born, "3 M class had jKJrClrntated, Inflamed or American been arranged for under JR llYUGmiuIated.nseMuriae marine laws, arrived penften. SootbM, BafrasheaT. Safe far niless and almost In rags. Captain fatfast or Admt At all Druggists. Wrfte for and Mrs. William McLeod and their - nfta. . Free Eye Book. Hate Ek tasjr tOisji I children came as saloon passengers. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Fire f lr r. J. persons were Brooklyn, and Mrs. Emma O'Kcefe.. Demmert and O'Keefe are said to have slight chance for re To Help Tork-Napl- E. . 1 York Twenty thousand and 2,000 Scout Masters will aid the Safety Institute of America In a campaign to prevent public accidents which will be inaugurated with a "Safety Week" In October, It was announced by Elbert II. Gary, Chairman of the institute's Public Safety Committee. At the same time appointment of Franklin D. Itoose-veas Chairman of the Boy Scouts Commute of the Puhllc Safety Committee was announced. lt New Jury Pittsburg, I'enn. Investigating the tire which destroyed Ottawa. Reductions in wages made a Pennsylvania railroad bunkhouse effective August 10 for Canadian em here September '5, with a loss of seven ployees of the Michigan Central Rail lives, returned a verdict censuring of Paducah A heavy charge of dyna road were fair, two members of the ficials and employes of the company mite blew off the front porch and caved to Min for the condition of the building and in a lower front room of the residence Board of Arbitration reported ister of Labor Murdock. holding that the blaze was .iccldental. of Joe F. Walker, master mechanic at the Illinois Central Shops. Walker Lasker Not To Reeign Thy Name Is Mud! and four members of his family were asleep in. the house at the time of the Washington. "There Is no truth In Two Moscow. Seven million Soviet ru explosion but none were hurt. the report that I have submitted my bles to the dollar Is the new rate set of his sons were In a room adjoining resignation to President Harding," by the Government Stock Exchange the one wrecked, but escaped injuries. said Albert D. Lasker, Chairman of the Commission which has just begun op- The residence was damaged considerUnited States Shipping Board, when erations. This Is the lowest point ably by the blast. his attention was called to a reportthe ruble has reached. Maysville Stanley Barry, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barry, of Falls Dead in Church Escape Burning Oil Fleasant Ridge, this county, was killNew York Survival of an explosion ed while riding a colt up a steep hill New York As he was Introducing to the large congregation of the First of thousands of gallons of gasoline, when the animal fell backward upon Baptist Church, In Mt. Vernon, the which tore a vessel to pieces In an him. The boy was crushed so badly new pastor, whose Initial service they Argentine river, scattering blazing oil he died shortly after the accident. had Just heard. Rev. William A. Gran upon the water for yards about her; Cadiz The first step toward consol ger. 711 years old. President of the fight with passengers and crew to gain New York State Convention of Bap the deck and then a daring plunge ldation of schools In Trigg County list Churches, and for IS years pas overboard and a swim under water was made when the Trigg County tor ot the First Baptist Church, fell until the fire zone could he escaped, Board of Education approved the plan was the experience of Professor Ed- for a consolidated school at Cerulean dead. The body was removed to Four rural schools will be morgue on authorisation from Coroner ward Keiumerer, of Princeton Univer Springs. Edward Fitzgerald. Later It was tak sity, his wife and their two children, consolidated with the Cerulean school Ruth, 11! years old. and Donald, Io. en to the Granger home. Whltesburg By a Jury Frank Sala. rorraeny or Tennessee, was sentenced Officer-WiveNever! Blackhanders. to fifteen years In the penitentiary on Washington The law athorlzlng an the charge of murdering W. S. Crab- Washington. Persons sending let tree at Jenkins, this county. May 7, ters through the mails threatening Increased allowance to officer-hu- s Crabtree was from Virginia. bodily harm or Injury to the proper bands In the Government service can 1010. ty of the recipient would he fined not be stretched to include ollicer-wiveruling of Controller under Frankfort Dr. R. S. Tuttle, execu $,1,000 and imprisonment for two years He denied a claim tlve agent of the State Game and Fish under a bill, by Harry S. New, Indiana, General Republican, reported favorably by the entered by Surgeon Margaret R. Stew- Commission, stated that reports from Senate Judiciary Committee. Senator art, of the Public Health Service, who various counties of the state Indicate Now said his bill was Inspired by holds the rank of Major, that "If an that quail will be plentiful this fall, "blackliand" and other threatening let- officer husband Is entitled to th In some of the counties reporting that ters sent to olliclals and private In- crease because of having a wife, con quail Is more plentiful than at any should be al time during the past ten years. dividuals In large numbers, especially versely an officer-wif- e lowed the Increase." during and since the war. Japanese Expert Dollmakers. Americans In Peril Loss of Gems Cause The Japanese have a genius for New York Mrs. Marie Harrison, Smyrna The Greek troops, accent anydolls. They Detroit, mother of "Donnie" Harrison, ins 10 auvices irom me front, are re making flowers, fruit,make them of of a beans, even chorus girl, who tried to end her life fusing to make any stand against the thing Their quaint by poisoning arrived here nnd hurried advancing Turkish Nationalists, and It few wisps of straw. In play this field ; to the bedside of her daughter In Is feared that unless the British and humor finds free nre pleased with the odd hospital. Mrs. Harrison said me rrencn lane energetic action se the childrenmost grotesque Bellevue the better. she Intended to take her daughter rious events may take place In ones, the draw and cut out surback to Detroit when she Is released Smyrna. The American and allied Tiny children clever dolls from paper. A from the hospital. "Irene's act her consuls had a conference on Inard the prisingly will dress up a cushion and name is Irene and not "Donnie," said Iron Duke, the British flagship, here little girl to tie It on her back ; one her mother, "was the result of worry and formulated measures for protect get someone twice to see If It Is a real over the less of $4,000 worth of ing meir various nationals and re has to look jewelry which was stolen from her moving the refugees in the 'event ol baby. before she ;eft Detroit" the fall of Smyrna, A Coroner's s, s, 11 . Wage Cuts Approved Benton J. M. TIchenor, 62 years old, 11 merchant of Calvert City for more than thirty years, and one of citizens of Marshall the County, was Instantly killed and George Nolcs, a tenant on the TIchenor farm, was seriously Injured, when a mule hitched to a buggy in which they were driving became frightened and ran away. The cause of the run- possible 350. away is unknown. best-know- n LonlsvfJle After being tola by SEEK TOO GREAT ACCURA neighbors that police were looking for him. Philip Monohan. 21, 1720 Even Celebrated Engineers Have Been . Dnmesnil street, went to the Seventh Known to Waste Time on Undistrict police station and upon his necessary Measurements. arrival was arrested on a warrant charging him with shooting at withThere can be too great accuracy, ac out wounding. cording to Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, which says: Danville; William Sfcigncr, a farm"We recall one where a er, 75, placed three sticks of dyna- celebrated engineer instance was preparing a mite under his body at his home near let of tables publication and was Burgln and exploded the charge, which lslng a set of for logarithms. We blew his head and shoulders from his isked why he used tables and body. Stngner, according to his le replied that they were the best he physlcan, had been worrying, but ould find, that he had heard there about what he could not say. Ha were tables but he had been leaves a widow and seven children. anable to locate them. The Interest-:n- g thing about this anecdote Is that Henderson Fruit growers from practically all the data which the cele many sections of Kentucky, Indiana, brated engineer 'was tabulating had Illinois, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Ten in accuracy which was seldom better nessee gathered here to attend the than 1 per cent, nnd an ordinary eighth annual meeting of the State slide rule would have been amply Horticultural Society, held under the iccurate for the work. auspices of the Henderson Fruit 'Again, when a young engineer is Growers Association. The meeting about to make a mathematical calcu was held In various orchards of the lation, say for example the surface of growers. heating colls necessary to obtain cer tain results, he will almost Invariably Flemlngsburg At Ringo's Mill, this sit down and calculate It to an accounty, Lewis Cooper, 15, . ommitted curacy of a tenth or even a hundredth suicide by cutting his throat with a of 1 per cent, of the knife. Despondency over 111 health Is fact that the and this In spite In the said to have caused him to take his equation (the constant factor rate of heat transfer) Cooper left his home and went may life. not be known within CO per cent. Into the woods a short distance from "Herein lies one excellent reason the general store, where he killed himself and hail evidently started for hla why many a practical man with good common sense and a wide experience home before he collapsed. has been able to compete with enLagrange Fire of undetermined or- gineers In many fields." igin destroyed the home of Charles W. Smith, farmer, on the Sllgo SPELLS THAT ARE POTENT pike, about three miles north of Lagrange. Damage estimated at $S,0C0 Evidently There Is Something In the was caused by the blaze, which com"Medicine" Devised by East menced In a spire projecting above African Witch Doctors. Neighbors assisted in rethe roof. moving the furniture, most of which AfriQuite a Klkuyn was saved. The house was Insured can) hadrecently put on him (East witch by a a spell for $1,D00. doctor, whereby he was compelled to Louisville Mrs. Marc! Crady, 24, kill the first man he met. The Klkuyn and had to and her husband, GlcnvIIle Crady, 27, wentspell another witch doctor was cute. removed. But No. 1 the 113 Dixie avenue, and Mrs. Ethel He placed a medicine on the Klkuyn's Chambers, 21, 4120 South Second doorstep so that when the latter Street, were cut and bruised about stepped over It the spell would be rethe faces and bodies at Eastwood, placed. Ky on the Shelbyvllle pike when a The Klkuyn came out of his hut radius rod on the automobile in which shortly afterward. Immediately ran they were riding broke, overturning amuck, went down the street and the machine. killed the first man he met another Klkuyu. The witch doctor and the Lexington Edward Bronston Old- old murderer both stood their trial and ham. :tl, son ot Mr. and Mrs. William the witch doctor got the longer senDowell Oldham, died at Trinity Hostence. pital, Milwaukee, as the result of At a place called KIbos there once suffered In an automobile accident, according to word received here. lived an old gentleman who rarried Mr. Oldham was a member of the Old- around a monkey's paw strapp d to ham Brick and Tile Company and. ac- his finger. Whoever be pointed this companied by his wife, motored to Mil- at Immediately fell down stone dead. waukee to attend a national conven- He caused so many deaths that he ultimately had to be removed from tion. the district by the government LonLexington What Is believed to have don Express. been the largest illicit distilling plant In the history of Fayette County was Apples Breathe. seized by County and Federal officers Every living organism, whether aniat the Scott County line. State Prohi mal or vegetable, breathes; that Is, It bition Director Sam Collins, Chief absorbs oxygen and gives off carbonic Agent Felix Fields, and Sheriff Powell acid. Bosworth were members of the party. which does not Any organism The plant had a capacity of between breathe may be considered dead. Now, SO and 100 gallons a day and all apparipe apples plucked from apple trees, ratus was complete In every JetalL are not dead. They are not so vigorously alive as while the sap ran Louisville A formidable army of through them, but still they are alive, business and professional men have and so they breathe and absorb oxyvolunteered to speak in favor of a gen. It Is found, too. that apples $750,000 bond Issue for Waverly Hills stored In an atmosphere of oxygen and Tuberculosis Sanatorium before elec- carbonic acid keep twice as well as tion day. Realizing that If the bond apples stored In common air. issue falls to pass 4,200 tubercular No doubt the oxygen stimulates patients will be barred from the san- their respiration and Increases their atorium, judges, merchants, physi- vitality, while the carbonic acid serves cians and manufacturers have come as food, provided sufficient light forward to present facts to voters. reaches the chlorophyl In the skin of the apple. Bowling Green cn E. Topmlller, 45, walked Into a dark section of his Watchman Helps Men on Careers. ice plant here, reached for a light "I've helped make more big men switch to light up the dark place, and have, despite Topmlller was than most old fellowscourse I haven't was electrocuted. standing In a pool of water caused my menial Job, and of young upstarts through giving by melting Ice at the time, completing done It financial backing." boasts the venerthe circuit from the light socket to able night watchman for a large downthe ground, which killed him Instant- town corporation. ly. It Is believed a higher powered, "You see, people who come and go wire crossed the light line some place, here after seven o'clock are supposed increasing the current. Well, a lot of to sign In and out. In a to get Sergt. B. Gallagher, of young fellows are don't hurry to sign Frankfort want Company A, 149th Infantry, etatloned out and oftentimes 1 them, though, and In at Beattyvllle, made the highest grade out. way make big bosses, scanning the the that at the state rifle match at Camp Knox, time sheets and personal reports, ieam It was announced here by Acting AdjL young So and So Is an IndusGen. Ike AVllder, who acted as range that overSergeant trious lad. who often works officer during the match. them Gallagher's score was 321 out of a pos- time. Christmas presents from attestannually, sible 350. The second highest score net me a big penny ing appreciation for what I've done. was that of Lieut. James H. Harvey. New York Sun. Company F, 140th Infantry, Boone-vlllHis score was 311 out of a e 12-inwell-know- n es e. a if V Paducah Purchase of a Interest in the Paducah and Illinois railroad, owner of twelve miles ot track from Paducah to Metropolis landing and the bridge spanning the Ohio River at Metropolis, and purchase of the bridge by the Illinois Central railroad mora than thirty days ago ha3 been confirmed. Already the Illinois Central is operating a number freight trains over the of north-bounPaducah and Illinois Hue, and the traffic is expected to increase steadily. one-thir- d d Bear Island. Midway between Norway and Spitsbergen, Bear Mend thrusts Its head, known as Mount Misery. aboe the cold waters. The whole Island, save for moss nnd lichens Is almost destitute of vegetation. Lone ago !t was Joined with the Spltzbergen archipelago; the continental shelf upon which the island sits shows a drowned valley deepening to 200 fathoms; this marks the c?urse of an ancient river system '.hat must hvr drained asj area larger than the present basin at ' Volga. Cunningham Leslie P. Jones of Mayfield has been elected principal of the Cunningham school for the 1922-2semester. His salary as principal will Mr. Jones Is a former repbe $200. resentative of Graves County In the General Assembly. 3 CINCINNATI Corn MARKETS Hay and Grain No. 2 white- - G5UGGo; No. 3 No. 3 yellow- white Gdc: No. 4 white C4C4Hc; No. 4 yelBardwell County Judge Bishop re- low iViSIViiic: No. 2 mixed O.'fJO.'iKc. convened the board of tax supervisors Wheat No. 2 red $1.12'.41.13 : at the court house to talk over the No. 3 $1.0914 1.12; No. 4 $1.05 LOS. question of raising the amount deNo. 3 Oats No. 2 white manded by the State Tax Commission. C0CI0Jc: No. 2 mixed 29340c; No. CommisT. R. Jones, of the State Tax 3 mixed :H5&3Se. sion, addressed tbs board. Butter, Eggs and Poultry Butter Dairy fancy 30c; packing Frankfort Perry County, Ky., had a population of 20,042 In 1020, as com- stock No. 1, 20c; packing stock No. pared with 11,233 In 1910. The coun- 2, ISc Eggs Extra firsts 33c; firsts 33c; ty contained 346,015 acres of land. Hazard, the county seat, has a pop- ordinray firsts 2tfc lbs. and Live Poultry Broilers ulation of 4,318. over 2:1c; fowls 4 pounds and over Maysville D. D. Baldwin, of this 22c; under 4 lbs lCc; roosters 13c. county, captured two young foxes and Live Stock chained them to a tree, expecting to Cattle Steers, good to choice $74 catch the mother when she appeared 9.0O: fair to good ?G.0OS7; common to hnnt for her young. The game to fair $4.00!!00; heifers good to warden had Baldwin arrested for hav- choice $709.50; fair to good $5.507: ing fur bearing animals In his possescommon to fair $.150fJ5J0: cows good He was fined $23 and costs. sion. to choice $55-V- ; canners $1.502i.--; stock steers $37.00: stock heifers His Wail. $4.O05JO. 'Pears like the older I grow the Calves Good to choice $12 13.00; less luck I have." grumbled a citizen fair to good SO 12.00; common and of Straddle Ridge. "At the picnic large $5S.OO. down In Red Hot Holler tuther day Sheep Good to choice $4.305JiO; some gent was selling lemonade so fair to good $iri()4Xi0: common $1 strong that when the bar'l got tipped 1X0; lambs good to choice $K55U14; over by the rush of customers It fair to good $9.5013.50. burnt off all the grass It touched. And Hogs Heavy choice $9.00 9.75; dad-bumy fool picture. I'd stopped packers and butchers $9.75 meso long on the road to talk hoss swap dium ;?y.SO; common to choice heavy s with a feller that there wasn't nuthV fat sows $C7X0; pigs (110 left but the excitement when I jot and less) $7 9.50. there!" Kansas City Star. C4(5e; SS9 4141c: li ' 00; r! - t I. I . ' OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILI.E. KY. I. ct Contents 15Fluid Drachm cjes and turnec. to a nullum Kom senior at my sldi. And that was all for liin.. Biij, for RKIEYS - 'V 1 THE; telling you "Chew it after I'm every meal" The Perfect Gum Made of purest materials In modern, sanitary, sun-li- t factories ri No expense spared to make it wholesome and full of flavor Wax-wrappe- d and sealed to keep it good: WRIGLEVS is bound to be the best that can be made! It's good and good for you aiding digestion whitening teeth clearing breath Soothing to over wrought nerves and a general 0 Nr mxEXBStzzzswe in hi mw in pick-me-u- p. Marriage rn Haste. "What do you think Is tlit cause of bo many unhappy marriages?" "Tim many people are married before tliey get MMise enough to stay single." Miami Herald. Na robber ta rot f run or eweau fhom ptm Bran tbnUeae Spnnsa tfre the etretth. ASK YOUR DIALOt. If hcVtren.l,rno..rnd dlrrat. ffmnf deaWa name. Acrfpt no aunttitutr. Get the gmillvF Ia4 for and unw oo buckle. W nte for atory o? Spring fctrrtch. A MI Mf a man ruirmntml (7S( and Mr) rwS mar or and Hntw SaprMTbTafaUritn Garten IWr) CIIQOruncnp Monkeys. Wells, explorer, while tramping in Malay Jungles, found that the natives had trained broks. small monkeys, to run up trees and pick coconuts for them. That Is interesting because It happens far away. But. shucks ! In our country the monkeys' descendants have been trained to do "a heap sight" more than the liroks. You hae noticed In a circus that the monkeys are just as Interested In i;s ns ue are In them. Is one of the reasons. This Craveth men-iigeri- ra.,, .., 22. suspexoot company - sntrcH ..4 l.'MI. c oVioroA-HAdrian. Mich. tWMfe W. N. U, CINCINNATI, NO. The Cuticura Toilet Trio. Having cleared your skin keep It clear by making Cuticura your every-da- y toilet preparations. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal, the Talcum to powder and perfume. Jfo toilet table Is coirmlete without them. Advertisement Who First Licked Stamps? Dispute Is being waged as to the earliest postage, stamp liiker. Claim Is put forward for James Chalmers of Arborath, Scotland, who submitted specimens of adhesive postage stamps to a select committee of the house of commons In lisU. Kowland Hill is also credited with the Invention, having jxrerimented with glutinous washes In ISI7. As Kowland Hill directed the British iMistal arrangements, he was pit.bably the first man to lick a genu ine post otiice stamp. Dr. Perry's Vermlfme, la or a "ajrnip" but a real. dora of medicine, which with rleana nut wnrma or Tap-wor- m Money back It not aatlaflcd. alnR- l- doae. Advert Isement. not & Didn't Want to Talk. In the smoking room of an d car the other evening there uere two men one of them grouchy, the other receptive. After smoking two Indifferent cigars the latter said to the former: "How fur are you going?" "Buffalo," acknowledged the other, token off his guard. "Is that so? Well. Buffalo Is a great town. I have a cousin living there and I've been there myself several imes. Er what are you going to do In Buffalo?" "Change cars." Chicago Herald nnd Examiner. east-boun- .Taa snot." "tozenee" 1 Independent Icelander. The native of Iceland Is dependent j,.n ids own sources for all the There s a Difference. necessities of Ins - .'Ar. Hi? makes She I suppose you'd like to be free his own clotl.es. b;uld own IidWk. to marry again! and shoes Ids ".ti linrws. He Xo. Just free. I- Nice Enough to Eat. Absolutely. "Seen the Mack hats trimmed with Fluhb What do you consider th white cqrlycues?" "Yes. they look largest expense In running your house? like chocolate cakes with Icing." Dubb My wife! If you don't do your best you will Early to led nnd early to rise, give you a grip that you can't nwriyze. set the worst of It In the end. Itecipe for success: "Do as well as The prlek of certain fresh water you know, and know all you can." catfish stings like that of n wasp. apply to any interior surface. The sure result is beautifully tinted walls in exactly tke color you wish. Just mix Alabastiae with water cold or hot and Alab&stine comes in all standard colors and these intermix to form count-les- s others so that your JVona fnuinm without thm Cross and Circl printed in rtd. bad never seen any one like lilm Tall, handsome, brilliant, at per feet ease, be plainly dominated cverj group of which lie was a part. Towanl him every face was turned- - jet he never seemed to know It. (Whatever I bis faults, .lerr. Is not conceited. will gie him credit Tor that!) 'Ill me he did not speak again that da am not sure that he eeii looked at me If be did there must stlU have been In his o.xes only the "Oh. s me friend of Helen's." that I had seen nl the morning introduction. I did not meet him again for nearl.x ; but that did not mean that I a did not hear of him. I wonder if ever noticed how often I used CHAPTER IX Continued. On Hie uiglit before eomiiieiiceiiienl Helen Mr. Harold llartshnrn ascended our to get her to talk of tier home and iier All tile evening I wax uiil. liln- - illld front steps, rang the bell. :iud called family life; and hou Interest, il I v.a listening with her ees and her for m. father. I knew because I was In her gallery of portraits on H- i- man eer.thing he did. owr thing he -- nld iipslohs In my room oer the from tel there were two tine ones of her so door: and I saw him conic up the walk brother there. so wanted M. Ml, it to like him! Helen was very fund of her brother minted .Molber to see lm reallj tine and n ;i ill him ask fur I'alher. I soon found that she Iom-ito ta and splemliil and unlilc lie mis ltut h, Joj : iih. happy day! lie knew, (hat evening Why couldn't he stop lie had seen It ns I s:iw It. lie hud about Mill- - if she bail a good listener talking about the prizes he'd won, come to gain Father's permission, tlint Needless to sax she had a ery good rillil the big racing ear he'd Just or lie ml lit be :i llll neereillled suitor one In me. Jerry was an artist. It seemed, lb ns for my baud ! dered fur nevt slimmer? There tw cut j ears old. and at nothing tine and splendid ami noble Paring llie next ecstatic ten min- was he hadeight no won small distlnclion about that. And uere his linger nails utes, with my hum! pressed against mj ready Prizes, medals, honorable and Blways so dirty? ullilh heating heart, 1 planned m a special course abroad mention, tbesi all Why. Mellier would think wedding dress, selected with care and Mother did no) stay In the room all discrimination my trousseau, furnished Helen told me about. She told me. too. the time: but she was In more or less the cottage far from about the wonderful success he had Just bad with the portrait a certain often to unlcli the game; and at half-p:i- t the madding crowd and wondered New York society woman. of She said nine she brought In seme little why her did not send forme. Then that It was Just going to "make" Jerry cakes and lemonade as a surprise. I thi- - slam of the screen door downstairs thought it was lnely; but I could sent me to the window, a sickening that he could have anything he wanted now anything. have shaken l'anl when he pretended terror within me. I saw Jerry myself during the Fastto be afraid of It. and ashed Mother Was he going without seeing me, IT ll,..l-.- l ,. ,.U .1 It. If er vacation of my second jcar in colhis future bride? Imposslhle! lege. Helen invited me to go home A stick! The Father and Mr. Harold Hartshorn witli her, and Mother wrote that I Just knew .Mother wouldn't like that. But If she didn't, she never stood on the front steps below, talking. might go. Helen had been home with In another minute .Air. Harold Hartsme for t lie Christmas vacation, ami showed a thing In her face. She Just smiled, and said no. there wasn't any horn had walked away, and Father Mother and Father liked her verj had turned back oil to the piazza. much. There was no hesitation, there stb'k In It; and passed the cakes. As soon as I couid control my shak- fore, in their consent that I should When he had gone I remember I visit Helen at Easier time. So I went didn't like to meet Mother's eyes, and ing knees. I went downstairs. Father was in his favorite rocking-chaiI didn't ask her how she liked 1'aill Helen lived In New York. Their I advanced slowly. I did not home was a Fifth avenue mansion with Mnyhew. I kept right on talking fast sit down. nine servants, four aiitomohllvs ami about something else. Some way, I "Was that Mr. Hartshorn?" I asked, two chauffeurs. Naturally such a scale didn't want Mother to talk then, for trying to keep the shake out of my of living was entirely new to me. and fear of what she would say. correspondingly fascinating. From Hi And Mother didn't say an.Mldng voice. "Yes." elaborately uniformed footman that about Paul Ma hew then. But only a ".Mr. I repeated stu- opened the door for me to the awefew days later she told me to some French maid who "did" my hair. him again to the house (this time pidly. "Yes. He came to see me about the I adored them all. and moved as In a to a chaliug-dissupper), ami to ask Carrie Hey wood and Kred Small, too. Downer place," nodded Father. "He dream of enchantment. Then came trl(i Jerry home from a week-end'- s We bad a beautiful time, only again wants to rent It for next jeur." 'To rent II the Downer place!" (The and I forgot everything ehe. Paul Mayhew didn't "show oft" at all I knew from the minute Ids eyes In the way I wanted him to though Downer place was no looked Into mine that whatever I had he most emphatically "showed oft" In been before, I was now certainly no his way! It seemed to me that he mete "(Hi. some Mend of Helen's." I bragged even more about himself and wns (so Ids eyes said) "a iloiiccdly his belongings than he had before. pretty girl, and one well wortli culAnd I didn't like at nil the wny he tivating." Whereupon bp began at ate his food. Why. Father didn't eat once to do the "cultivating." like that with such a noisy mouth, In less than thirty-sihours I was and such a rattling of the silverware! caught up In the whirlwind of hie Anil so It went wise mother that wooing, and would not have escaped she was! Far from prohibiting me to it If I conbl. have anything to do with Paul May-heWhen I went back to college be held she let me see all I wanted to my premise Hint If he could gain the of him. particularly In my own home. consent of Father ami Mother, he She let me go out with him, properly might put flu engagement ring on my chaperoned, and she never, by word linger. or manner, hinted that she didn't adBack at college, alone in my own mire Ids conceit and braggadocio. room. I drew a long breath, and began And It all came out exactly as I o think. It was the first chance I had suspect she bad planned from the beehail. for even Helen now had become ginning. When Paul Ma.xhew asked to Jerry by rellectlon. be my escort to the class reception ill The more I thought, the more fright-- l June. I declined with thanks, and Im and despairing I be- nil. mediately afterward told Fred Small ane. In the clear light of calm, sane I would go with him. But even when reasoning. It was all so nnsi I. so I told Mother nonchalantly, and with Wb-'- t could I hive been carefully averted ees, that I was gothlnki' c ot? I ,'iust fi r r Jerry. ing to the reception with Fred Small r. Hired bin In Aodii"".-U- . I In even then her pleasant "Well, that's pi'-u- i ... him good!" conveyed only cheery mother 'I''". ' "IKing to I'nttitf, io Mo ier. Interest; nor did a hasty glance into Absurd. What had Jerry to do with her face discover so much as a lifted learned treatises on stars, or with the eyebrow to hint, "I thought you',1 a stupid humdrum, everyday life-ocome to your senses sometime!" small town? For that matter, what Wise little mother that she was! had Father and Mother to do with In the days and weeks that followed dancing and motoring and painting (though nothing was said) I detected Jerry Was an Artist, It Seemed. society queens' portraits? Nothing. u subtle change In certain ma ters, Plainly, even If Jerry, for the sake however. And as I look back at It cottage far from the madding crowd! I can trace its origin to Why. It was big. and brick, ami right of the daughter, liked Father and now, I am my "affair" with Paul Mahew. Evi- next to the hotel! I didn't want to Mother, Father and Mother certainly would not like Jerry. That was cer dently Mother had no Intention of run- live there.) ning the risk of any more courtships; "Yes for his wife nnd family. He's tain. alo evidently she Intended to know going to bring them hack with him Of course I cried myself to sleep who my friends were. At all events. next year." explained Father. that night. That was to be expected. the old Anderson mansion soon be "His wife and family!" I ran Imag- Jerry was the world; and the world wns lost. There was nothing left ex came the rendezvous of all the bovs ine about how I gasped out those four cept, perhaps, a few and girls of my acquaintance. Anil words. remnants and scarcely wortli the counting such good times as we had, with "Yes. He lias live children, I be- pieces, excepting, of course. Father and Moth Mother nlnnys one of us, and ever pro- lieve, and " er. But one could not alwa,vs have posing something new and Interesting! But I had lied to my room. one's father and mother. There would And because boys not a boy, but After all, my recovery was rapid. 1 come a time when boys were as free to come to the wns in love with love, you see; not Jerry's letter came the next day house as were girls, they soon seemed with Mr. Harold Hartshorn. Besides, by special delivery. e He had gone to me as commonplace and next year I went to college. And straight home from the station and be nnd free, from sentimental In- the it was while I was at college that I gun to write to me. (How like Jerry terest as were the girls. met Jerry. Again, wise little mother! that was particularly the special- Jerry wns the brother of my college delivery stamp!) The most of his let But, of course, even 'this did not friend, Helen Weston. Helen's elder ter, aside from the usual lover's rhap prevent my falling in love with some one older than myself, some one quite sister was a senior In that same col- sodies, had to do with lans for the do together outside of my own circle jf intimates. lege, and was graduated at the close summer what we wo- cottage In My especial attack of this kind of my freshman year. The father, nt the Westons' sunn came to mo when I was barely eigh- mother and brother came on to the Newport. He said be should run up very early; teen, the spring I was being gradu- graduation. And that Is where I met to Aiulersonvllle early just as soon as I was back from col ated from the Audersonville High Jerry.It might he called meeting him. lege. In fact, so that lie might meet If school. And the visible embodiment He lifted his bowed, said a polite Father and Mother, and put that ring of my adoration was the head master, nothing with hat. Hps, his and an Indifferon my linger. Mr. Harold Hartshorn, a handsome, (TO riK CONTINUED.) man of (I ent "Oh, some friend of Helen's," with years of age. should Judge) thirty-liv- e rnther grave, a little stern, nnd very dignified. But how I adored him ! How I hung upon his every word, his every glance ! How I maneuvered to win from him a People of Anatolia Believed to Be SurL. Westermnnn In Asia Magazine. few minutes' conversation on n Latin vivors of Those Who Founded Their women, for example, go unverb or a French translation! How I Ancient Galatia. veiled; and they eat with the men. thrilled if he bestowed upon me one Once a year (a priest appears among of his Infrequent smiles' How I Below the surface of the general mem anil in secret they partake of grieved over his stern aloofness ! Turkish-Mosleunity of Anatolia of These Klzllbashes By the end of a month I had evolved today singular strains nppear, both the communion. this: his stern aloofness meant that religious and racial. In the central represent u case of Incomplete conver he had been disappointed in love! his ranges of the Pontine range, for In sion to Islam, as well as Incomplete melancholy was loneliness his heart stance, He the villages of n people racial mlxt ure. Throughout tne Near East many such strange survivals are was breaking. Uow I longed to help, cnlled In Turkish, "Klzllbashes" to heal, to cure! How I thrilled at the Bedheads." They differ markedly In to be found, broken bits of ancient thought of the love and companionship physlcnl type from the other Anato peoples, of primitive Christian beliefs, cveu of paga:i religious I could give him somewhere In a lian peasants nhout them, being either cottage far from the mad- light brunette or blond. The beards rites curious relics of the past. ding crowd! (He boarded at the of the men are light brown and curly, hotel alone now.) If only unlike those of the Turks. They are Robinson Crusoe Land, he could see It as I saw It. If only by In all probability the survivors of old itoblnson Crusoe's Island now con-- t some sign or token be could know of Gallic tribes who hewed their way dn- - 300 families, who support theiii-rK.the warm love that was his but for Into central Anatolia In the Third cenby fishing. This island, a few the asking! Could he not see that no tury before Christ, founded the Onla-tla- uumj'cd miles olT the coast of Chile. longer need he pine alone and unap kingdom, and later accepted Chris - t'le island of Juan Fernandez, and preciated in the Audersonville hotel? tianity. They now profess to he Mo was there that Alexander Selkirk Why, In Just a few weeks I was to hammedans. But they do things that was monarch of all he surveyed for lie through school. And then no orthodox Turk will do, writes W. years. MARllfP ILLUSTRATIONS BY that day I watched him whenever opportunity offered ; and suspect Hint I took care that opportunity of I I mi.H fascluattd. fcrcd fri'ttu-iith- . 1 me All Children Cry For ELEANOR H. PORTER KH.LIVINGSTONE. lit split IT Tl laa . . rnnni -- 1 PF.n CESTC AAofi"itfI'rcn.iratIoaCrAj u tinothr'StrchS-u-tflws- I '9ZTti 1 T COPYRIGHT BY ELEANOR H. PORTER 1 1 That Batty should have a bed of Its own all are agreed. Yet it is more reasonable for an Infant to sleep with grown-up- s than to use rtkAAw.iAie inn Nra.uiuuiwi a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of .oWhaMnnitim.Morohincnorj .n .m that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Heither would Amva j be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. , A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving rf7aX'Ji to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepard for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that fr,if you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of and DiarrMC' Constipation your Baby must receive special care. Ho Baby is so abnormal that ana rcvCTibii-the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily TccnP.SlEEP rcsttlUntftwfrOTMajrf afc Special Care of Baby. v ,m 1 1 j mi prepared for grown-upREAD s. Vac Simile Sijnrtcreof MOTHERS SHOUID THE BOOKLET THAT tS AROUHD EVERT BOTTLE OF nnCHEffS CAST0R1A GENUINE iHECEKTAmCow.cor. CASTOR A 1 ALWAYS Bears the Signature of ' Exact Copy of Wrapper. Idea-Moth- er! TMC C1NTAUH COMPANY. 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A new archbishop on his way to be consecrated ' fjflll In olden times, had to walk from this church to the minster In his hosen. He usual-- 1 ly rode from I.ishopthorpe to The Mount, and was there Joined by the clergy, who nluays roberl nt St. James' church. disappeared The church several centuries ago. A LUBRICANT-NO- T A LAXATIVE la oat ot fIiloa 2 la uanrtr-arfor 70a caa hre abnndaot hair M of lb? original ahade t7 nafar Hair Color Rratorrr. 8af aa water trj It. At all nod UmiriWta, 7 crata, er direct from HOSK-E1Cl.ft Mania. Taaa. Grav Hair matter-of-cours- Cutting Down Time of Apprenticeship. The Industrial association of Sun Francisco. CaU has started a school of r apprentices with some novel features. The boys have hern divided Into three IX: M.L.R. C.I D u clashes and one class moves along behind the other. The first two weeks a(mriSs,a.T.aJ will be spent In school after which ;u they will be put to work as assistant MARSHAL FOCH b cihST PIPE helpers for four weeks after which they will return to school and so on French General Discarded Cigarettes during the term of their apprenticeship. In this manner of alternal r When Great Offensive Ataint the school and shop experience It .s German Enemy Oegsn anticipated that from 12 to IS months The truth nhout Koch's fninous pipe will be saved and the boys will be plumbers in two and a half came out also on the Metz trip. It was on the wny home, nnd the marshal was or three years Instead of four. The dining In 31. Tolnrare's private car. apprentices will be paid for the time After dinner the prime minister Mid: they are at work, but not for the time "I'ray smoke your pipe If you like, mar- at school. shal." The .soldier pulled a henittlfiil Woman's Sphere. ease, containing two handsome plpss, The ladies wish to have the right from his pocket. As the chief of state commented on their beauty, he said to vote. Has the rough sex them of this right? They had they were given to him by a group of this right since the creation of the American artists. "Have you been smoking a pipe for world In funerals, disputes and In all that excites the feelings of the inmates Ions!" asked I'olncare. "Jly tlrst pipe was on July 18, of the harem. A woman or a girl Is not made to make us hear her sweet 101S." "The very day you began the offen- voice in elections, but within the walls sive that led to victory?" exclaimed of her house In fondling her children, In consoling her husband. In I'olncare. (Egyptian Mall). "Yes. The cigarettes were fearful singing. at the time, so 1 took to .he pipe, like Fowls of the Air. cverjbody else." And that Is the trim story of the fa"See here." said the angry customer, mous "peace pipe" of Marshal Koch. If "when I order poultry from you again we can trust Le Sifflet. I don't want you to send me at of those airplane chickens." Record Grain Elevator. "What kind do you mean, sir?" The largest grain elevator In the "The sort that are all wings and maworld was built at Minneapolis Junc- chinery, and no meat." Boston Tran- tion. Minn In The building Is :!36 feet long, !)'J feet wide and 175 Every man likes to hear a wise feet high, with n storing capacity for woman talk because she always talks 2.000,000 bushels of grain. to him about himself. i flAGARAr BLUE RIBBON rta vi a i ti-xi-O YVVLL Ladies Let Cuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Young Saap 25c. Oiahneat ZS aid 50c. Talcam 25c. BELIEVED IN "EARLY TO BED" 5 i ll Town 1 Evijert Ac.-.sT- o'.t y c PlacfTTTar City's .t-- l d U. the gb;s. 1, .ispaper correspond'.. er ents .'.ere sent to the coal fields la Clay county, where martial law has been declared, and In the evening they wandered to n small village near the fields in an effort to find some enter- tainment. d cIoed for the night?" "I don't know," the other replied, "but I think we had better get to bed before they move the curbstones In." Is the night, On Inquiry they were told that "It Is past nine o'clock." One correspondent said to the other: "Well. Mack, do yott suppose the hotel After walking up and down Slain street several times, the correspondents sighted a public drinking fountain. It was then nine o'clock. On examination they found that the drinking fountains hail been locked by tha town official for the night. Then they headed for a drug store and found the proprietor locking up for A X Indianapolis Xews. kind?" Probably a Hard Worker. "So your son's a contractor? What "Debts." If no one could make lots of money. envy would almost cease to be. clean-slmvei- i, well-set-u- p "1 HAVE RETAINED GALLIC QUALITY cIhe Cap thai neverfits TVTO harm can come to mo from coffee or tea," is Yet those same people are often quick to note the signs of coffee harm in others. How familiar the danger signals are upset digestion, sleepless nights and irritability all warnings of the nervous breakdown that lurks just a little way ahead. How easy and how delightful the escape by drinking delicious Instant Postum instead of the beverages that contain the irritant caffeine. Instant Postum is the tempting cereal drink made from roasted wheat. It is prepared instantly in the cup by the addition ,of boiling water. Its snappy Savor is not unlike that of coffee. It is safe for everybody in your household including the children, and there's nothing in Postum to keep you awake even if you drink it at midnight. IN what so many people say. 's n I H " There's a Reason" 1 decorating taste may ba accurately followed. Instead ofKalsomine or Will Riper ine you enn't play golf "Nonsense, nfter dark." "Oh, but you tee, mother, he wns Daughter had been out for the eve showing me how to hold my hands ning, presumab'y to a moving picture nnd my moutli bo I could piny propshow. Her mother heard them come erly." home rather early, but daughter wns nearly an hour on the front porch Had It All Figured Out before coming In. The next morning Little John had been promised a her mother took her to task. sister, and to the consternation of the "What took jou so long on the hoy, the stork left n bnby porch last night?" she asked. brother. He was keenly disappoint'rWhy, Fred was giving me a golf ed, because, apparently, he had absoson." lutely depended on a sister, and could Her Golf Lesson not break himself of using the pronoun "she," when speaking of the baby. When his mother reprimanded him for It e replied airily: "Oh, I am going to call him 'she' until he hasn't any more dresses on, then I'll call him he.1 " 1 POStlllTl FOR SATISFACTION mm POSIUW BEVERAGE rtot parts cl i Postum Cereal Company, Inc. Battle Creek, Mich. Tonmy" Object. -- three-year-ol- d 'Tommy Jones I Does your mothei know you are learning lo smoker "No; I wu'.it It to be '8urrrtft." Boston Transcript. . A - Sirs - ' i V ' r OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK Stale BanlhIno tle Totem Pole. i' I. .lones and Sundav nigh. spent Salurday TU'1" ,,f Pu.l Stull and famdv, of F.mnl.on Il,T,;01";:,M""1 K falling Into iIIsum- OWUCtJS VILLE. - - -- - KY. Carrie Hates ami MisPre nislttV aTlil !?unday xitli their uncle, .ountv and Mr- -. P. II. Phipp-- , ol in p.rlilsli t'oliimtiia anil Alaska. Published Weekly, iMtrd Mr. and Mrs. Claud Kr l)ae Whaley and family on Last lie- - nlaee. sneiit Sum av with their I tirmerly Hie iiiieiii poles were ne-iij- xerj simieii eHiHie anists wort;- tlrr at Kilhiirn - Sunday. Fink. li! oilier, .1 ill Stall and family iln; oxer perimls of xcars In some KntfiPd according to net of 11 Jliss Lcou.itil Malic Panic- - is IliitV was called to the lied e I IMMII.I ;in.l uenlllir iullm'iillal nt the Owinpsvillf, Ky., OLYMPIA it in-- ; here. Ferond-cl.Kmat lor. ns side ol his luolher, P.ooiie, who is families lavished fortunes on these ran real moniinieins. Ilmee Salver and little son, ol Mr. .I.ilni Kalinin is no subscription ot TPK Ol7TlA)OK'S ill. eami! wlii-the I m pole was In., illne.-- s. Middlctoii, Ohio, are visiting rela-lixrules ure ns follows: and Inilidreds nf ifl lienniiK Thomas. Tnrley and wife, of Ml. $l-- r, On.- - Year here. Mr. .mil Mr--. father Puree, of U SterliiiL' visiteil A. W. Donohew and - lletn of ranks weie lmlt...l in :l Wi. Ml. Sterling win. Months j lend Hie Six wlileli special . Taylor I'.Iexin- - :iiu family hail a have been guest-- ol liMMIiy OUIIil.i,. y Jo. rltten Three Months irlKht.il" songs were the lorinerV sister, Mr. Will -- ale Saturday and will lenio for I M- ia Knrrick iclurned home mih iiie of Hie family TliritSPAY, SEPT. 21, 1!22. K.uilr. iilurncd to their home Sun-d- a Middleloxxn Monday. Ihi - week from a xisit with friends !ls 'h ph ted on the pole. The gift y ii or rare nir- -. i Mr.--. i;iialicli Williams w:is in . t Mt. Sterling. . and eami-- s. and urien a nailxe. In or- E. D. THOMPSON. one day last week on hu 1'.. Wilson coiilinin cr poorlx. der. to . .. Hiem. would ioipmori--.. li LESSEE & OPERATOR iucss. noi om.v mmseir, lint soinelliiies II- ISLATE VALLEY In en on .I Mr- -. Wilson lias al-- o Kentucky, lnmlly. and oxen 1.1s ei;,n. OwiiiRSvillc. The Mrs. .1. I Cray ami .Mr-- . Kohetl -- ck Ii- -t this week. Mr. and Mr- -. Kugenr I'hclp-- . l -- i.,.,i r;,na.limi i:oxeriii,.ei,i liViinldsille -e Mr--, Smith were very ill one day la t week Mr. ami ( nil Carrett mint i udim; ortrles ami lamilx. ol I,. v ; niiiixes In iiie-PEELED OAK and now. with a x. rx f. w e, e,.,.,n-- . lolin Tr.ixlor Saturday night and liutare hdlcr. K. .Illlicliuii visited (i. W. Kilieaiil ,. ,l!,s H' '.v I' --l. Mrs. Delilah Donohew visited" hrr Sunday. Miss Mary Kelle Fearing will leave and wile Saturday and Sunday. thPiugli the natlx.-s- - iiiier. our.e with Atnhrose IMcrx .mil family Monday for chool at Lexington. Mi.es Kiienia Dailcx and Xan--x- c Alex Karnck ha- - icturned to lux Hi s w hllo man. in ( lvv.neville iino lnx last week. Conxcr.s, visited Mrs. Morion 'Sid Warren and Sol Statin hit home in Vc- - Virginia afer a xistt Lohengrin. .Mm Onldy ami faini'v. of Salt Paijev at Salt Lick Mon.lax. week. lor Ohio with hi- - parent-- . Thomas Karriek I Lohengrin, Hie Knluht of Swan. Is spent Satur.lay and Sunday fXoxa (loodpa-le- r Mi-- s l.i.k. Peltie lilexiu- - returned home ami wife at this place. I the heio of mediexal Herman ro-has diphtheria. with T. M. Ooldy and family. Wil-oMr. and Mr- -, ll.ixvlc.x Kxcimaii .itl' r -- peiiiling a month at li'cv. Mar tin re malices mid of one of Wagner's muwife and Walter ,Hcn visitil,S sic dramas, la Hie drama Hie PrinXrxvt WiRrentoii and chddrcu, of While Oak, xi:.i'cd tin"- -, at did Landing. children, ami Mr- -. Katherine lj cess Klsi of I r: i is Mr--. Flem Conner and hit, con-i- n. 'Mr. Tom Jackson died la.--t Thnrs of the murder of her lirother. Mr. an.l Mr-- ., Italia.- - M. Nal.l. last of Illinois, came la-- t week lo .ce r past fcxv . relatives here for the by Tclraiiumd lay morning after a long illue of their Siinda.y. Mr- -. Charlie Kay and and her guardian, fount In tils wife. ie..noiie d("K. of the -- tomach. lie leaxe- - a lirother Kiehard Wil-o- ii .liner and family. t .Mis.s l.ucx Uailev iilunml to hii, M.r iri,jer, l.ohengiin. who is a Knth Denton, of OwinRsvillc, Mis wife and sexen children Ixvo On Tur-da- y home at Salt Lick Monday aftcr they all pent the dax lnlelit of the llolt I, mil i and a son .. .. ..r Nellie Pnnoliexv one is ted Mi in Mis. ICIiahcth llouu and with .Mrs. , ,, nit c fav. also Koberl i 1,1 !... it .i l ollies i.. ;i oo;u, uiauu Mr- with her xraiidiuotluT, visit t'x a -- wiin, to eli.iiniiiiii her cause. His niplit last xveek. Mi- -. Annie Collixer, lioth of Ml. Wil-o- ii Sara Pailcx-- . and lamilx, ol Spencer. or one stlpiilallon Is fiat F.l-- a shall not Mrs. Gxvinn, ol" Mt. Sterling, is tilling, lie was a -- on of I'.ailcv mlin.s William., and family, Mrs. d. j lsk his mime. He lights and defeats Lee Beadle and son, Telramiuid and marries I :isa. Her foe.i, .', visit iiR tier limthrr, Xonnatt Testcr-ma- n , ;itid wife, both deceaseil. I). Alexander. Mr- -. .,' W. his aieuts. (leore Peadle and .lek-o- u In.hy.j iy .. ir,.:,k lu.r , and family. The liurial ook plat c at the old .laek Mi family near Ml. Sterling Sunday Klia Ma.ey, John and Lee j promi-- e. I.ohcuxrin nduetaiilly Iclls while lianpii;: Flcniinj: Conner M son graxcyard near Pond Lick. The Mavex. of thi- - ulaie. s":'n ai.ie:irs to nijjht. . in his liarn one day la- -t ',1,V U,i"i,m K,,SnM S-M' - 31 lart Porn Sept. Kith to .lametMU"' "' V ElJVhunS; n.' k, fell, badly vj.niinin hi- - ankle. I.. Martin, ol Old Land- wife form, mid a doxe Collin- - Paker ami and xvifc, a son. and hears Mrs. .lack" I'urcdl and children, of ' . ' Mis-llcs-i- e Carter ancl Florence ing. Ky.. will begin a meeting here pent uii.lax with IJoger (.ui-ei- i... 'u''.vit ........ I. ..l...t : iii iiisiii m!i r niht Xorri-- , of near Ouin-vill- e, minium Winchester, sjient Saturday Chri-tia- u Church Saturdax herrv ;iml familv. xisited at the a d Sunday with her sister, Mrs. l.il-I:- Mi-- s Koxie night Sept. "Jit. Fxerybody welcome. liarher Sniulav. A Turncoat. Donoliexv ar.l family. Clarence Turner'- - family, One bright morning In springtime, n , preen caterpillar, on the hough of n Paml-xill- e, The xvomo,-- of this community are came in Sunday to xi it CBjartPscnl LOCUST UROVE trie, was gazing at a ladybird and collcctim: a lmrrell of npple-liuttfolk- -. t home seemed hem upon, making her There xxerc SI in attendance at i . tor :iie Christian Church Organs' xigin lark, ot Huntington, vi- - i Ilowexer. the hnl.xhird OfLcuisviilc While Oak Sunday School Simda; The Sunday Home at I.ouisville. disdained the and Hew away d hi- - sister. .Mr.- -. () Jaek-o- u one opt.NS ocror.f.tt 2. .mmi:ii- Mis-- e Miss l.eona (indwell among the Mowers. TO 0. XOON MSIOXS School children are trying to pet lo- lay la- -t week. Some time sifter. In the summer, the Mildred and Julia Hcdnck at (iinngi Device. 0ur-- e enough dried apples to till a Pr. Kohins, of Ashland, wa- - her- ladybird xxns earnestly udmlrlng a l li.irlM 11. C'ltv from Frnlav till Sundav. Wneilin. INrry II. rwd. l:..l.i'tt heiiutlfiil hutterlly whieb xvas (hitter-hundred pound sack to send at the I.fon !1. Millir. II. M. I Walter Crouch and family spent Saturday to see John lVniek who i, Ing about near her. She ex en u- t illl.lTt. J 'H J. I.HU. i:l.1Kl .1. Mine time. xery poorly. pionehed the pretty creature sinil b I. il. vil! Millr. r. luriuoil 11. Jlalliy. Sunday. a guest.-- of Mogau llaxv-kin- s i J. j.li I'. I'. IBorn to Xorraan- Tetenuan sno Mr. P. P. Ifichardson and xvifc. of! gsin u com ersat bn. xvhen the butter-- ( and family at Ode.-.-- a. for ll.i!ieuc iir.il ntlirr lnr.irm;itl n fly cM'Iaiined. ".No. no, madiim! I do wife last Thursday night, a dauh- .Mt. Sterling, xvere here one day la- -t itililnAllen Campbell bought a 7 monlh.-ol- d not xnlue i ompliments from turncoats. .,.: i i.i.i ; .Mii.t.rt:. s;c r. j w eek. ' You were f. ashamed of my appearance Ir- r.l.li., male calf of .Mrs. (Icorgia Kid-ll- e ll Bv mistake the vi-- it of xx hen j I xvsis only a caterpillar: but Virgil Junes and family th" . for now that I linve n in the world. Crooks, of Pinexille, to hi- - parents, j day Sunday with hi- - father, W. F.. Mrs. .Ijine Poxxer?, of Kcvnohls- - ' iIiMilitlevs joii xvunlil he xery pistil to Ifohert rnnk--s nnd xvifc xvas not ! Jone.s at Pine drove. insiki- - my :iriii:iliil:inc." j ville, is visiting her lirother, .1. T. aeeom t printed last xveek. He W. P. Swait. of (ialleger, W. Va., The ImttiTtly t licit out its fliwgell and ftunilv. llclit xviiis :inil llrxx- - iiujiy. t!n panted bv a bov fnend and thev xxerc J spent Saturday ami Sunday xvith hi-- I lail.vhlril to lnr mvti i.. limine it'iiiincii iiouic .uurenroute from Cincinnati to Pine. ville parents, do. Swartz ami wife. day from a visit to his son, Charlie xvith a Ford truck. Mr- -. Cilda Well.--, of Midillelown i near Troy. 0. He saxs Charlie isti": II rv m OnHair of Dathers Turns Green. n Mrs. Clarence Knsor, of Mt. Stertlic uf I'lni's tlu-nsin- I u ' ' ame Minday to be the guest ol ... .1' i,: . 1...1. :it.. xvlilrlt wells aro ii:itiir:illy ..,,. at., h.... t II .1 niateil ami, ling, visited her pjrent.s here one lid. .(..iiu.iiviiis, jieiie l. clinrcoil xvltli nullum ulilrli tiro inurli Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody visitday last week. l xvifc. vntiflit InTlln. III!' '. ed relatives at Sherburne Saturday ii it t-- ly attjK'lK'd Illtoilllinti'ls IHI, lioanl llllllll' Mrs. M. M. Staton and little niece Is furnnil Mrs. M. M. Steele and little daugh P Sundiiy. nished nt :i ruthei hlgli llj:iire, xvilli filadys Barlier spent Sunday and and ler, Don.,, of lJussrll, Ky., and lier tfie iirlvllese of the vxells tlirnvvn In. Willie Heiulris and family attendSunday night with relatives at Forge mother, Mr... Geo. Swart: left Mon The !i:itliin method Is simple and ed ihe tent meeting at Sherburne last Hill. HI J r.'ttliet prlmltlxe. A piece of cnnxiis Is day for Kothwcil to visit her -i ter w Saturday night. sprcn on the ground; the patient Pits II .P. Payntcr, Price Calk Jr., and in laxv, Mrs. Sarah Kincaid. HI In the middle of It and txvo muscular Vera Whitton visited Irxtn Lykcs .lame-o- n Jones, of Jit. Sterling visini-'lift the end''. I.ovvem! into the James e- -i and family, ot xvater hole oni) is Immersed for a moited their uncle, Hoht. Crooks and and xxifc in Hapjiy Hollow Saturday Virginia, suite Su'ii v to visit n- -. ment i.r txvo only. More xvijuld he too night and Sunday. iamily fe night la.t week. al her. W. T. Paker.' tnticli The heart tnlizht he ilaiiKcroni. ly hrlef a .lit) Mrs. 0-- s Jackson culled on her Ijyu nfter ODESSA tl.e lviT?-- r l SALT LICK sister, Mrs. .oah Park.., of Sloops, fHsTa n lolleil lolister. red Mrs. Ex"a Evans returned to hei Misjj Hc'cn Fried and a party of who xv.r?rxcry ill, a- - xveek. Womrn who t.il;e the dips are wained fieriuj, from Ixixingtoii, spent Sun-da- y homo Friday near Plmnnicr's Landto axiild xxettl.iK their heads. The ing, after a weeks' visit xvith her milium xxater turns the hair strecn. parents here. STEFSTONE sister, Mrs. II. S. Cilmore. She xvas First llluctratcd Cook. The many friends of Mrs. W. J. Frank Pn.w-- si ml xvifc were in Influence of the Opal. It xxas the lloinan antlior Vnrro. Phou.-- e . glad to see her out last accompanied home by her daughter, Mt. Stilling jiie day the past The modern upcrtiiloii which rexvho In 15. "C. 70. Issued the first lioo!; F.ulenc. Mrs. Ciliuore and family gards the opal as an unluck.x gem is Saturday as it has been Tlioma- - Kul.eii illliMrated x.lth porttalts. .Moore, Au-ti- n lie was not a crent writer and lie had lieen traced to an ignorant prejudice which mouths since this popular lady lia xvill remain until Sunday. -, uiset.bi-i- v, Ifobert Turt-0. V.. MrncKlim; for recognition for a ood arose in Italy during the plague in 3frs. Alice drain returned to her Tnrley been able to leave her home. the Fourteenth century, ltofoio this and xvifc, Mr--. Callie Pagan many jears. xvheu he Middenly last xxeek after ami daughter, Willie, Mis., Clay Iilev-'iis- , 3!r. Parker and son, of Lexington home at Htll-biithe idi a of preparing a volume time it xvas considered a most fortunate stono. particularly to those several days' visit xvith her cousins, were here Sunday. Mary and Mona ffoodpaster, eontalnlu;; the biographies of TtHl of horn under the heavenly constellations his famous History Is Frank done.- -, Mrs. John Markland Mr. and Mrs. Everette Razor, Mr. So bigldy Ardensi siml May William-o- n attendsilent on the rather interesting ques- I.eo. Libra, or Aquarius. was it prized in ancient Home that and Lathram attended and families. ed the lent meeting at Mt. Sterlieg tion xvhether Vnrro thein for Ids serxiccs. hut it Is loud In Ids the Senator Nonius chose to bo exiled prnlse as the lirsf w'rlter xxlio een-- ' rather than sell to Mark Antony for ei'lved tlic Idea of lllnstrallnj; his 'JO.IKVI sesterces an opal ilng tl.at lovexvork xvith portitilts. They xvere sick Mark wanted to bestow on Fair last xxrek. Mi. and Mrs. C. S. Rites, .Airs. Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Yn-aliii- e, A. FELT TIRED, SO TIRED i Which Daily Paper? A Question - Con-trros- Post-ofrir- S r eM-nillltir- I . Indiana Lady aajs one Wa? Kua Down, Suffered Willi Her Back, Took Cardui, and Get Well. A that is Quickly and readily answered. The Courier-Jbunr- al es llnl-lie- d, LAUfSKST HORNING CIRCULATION I l j fon-isie- mo-ii- ' 1 ' ... I I s cuuu licillll alio sui:iii;ui J UlUIII. a.ivs J letter from .Mrs. Cor? Courtney, 31 Railroad Street", this city! wns al, lintd tlictiRtit they woulil lose me." rtte"s Courtncv. "My . limliand coaxid me toI r- I i I.:... i uiu, .inu inai, wkc canim, so, 10 will say I do not regret it. for I am able to do all my xvork and do my shoppmR. . :.. l. " mi. . live cm f.i mrcn lour in sci.jo.t nave rmi-iloMt-?. 'i-.- r pa-a:. " ... .J 1 i: "'T.V.'l ' .... .. ll,n..ol,l f ,.,n..M , OF ANY KENTUCKY NEWSPAPER "I 1 Knjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It is essentially a paper intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureau at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and the Kentucky Cenera! Assembly in VJ'22, the l is the paper you will need. By special arragemeiits we are now able to offer Courier-.Journa- , ". ii, ; fal-e- d l'-r- Ilr.-lrii- -- i do all my own xvork fur all of us. anu find lime to play. We all praise Cirdni. p.vcry sick and v. oiian should n lake this xvondcrliil medicine. "I sulfcrcd with my back; a very weak feeling m my limbs. "I i,.i hatdlv able to drair: tUSt tired so tired all the time. "It was an effort for mc to do anything, but Card ii i helped mc so felt like a (lilterent woman." physicit If you arc in a condition, suffering ar. this Indiana l.idv says she did, give Cardui a lair trial. It should help you. NC-tT?:;e Cardui. I 1 n 47 ' " 'T The Daily Courier-Journ- al Outlook and Owingsville Roth one year by mail for only 5.50. This offer applie lo renewals as well as to new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscritions may. if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening paper you may substitute the Louisville Evening Times for the Courier-Journa-l. Send your subscriptions to the Owingsville Outlook office. oi.-ti.- ll, j ; ' (u-or- cd ,,... j T" lT ""' :na1 J St.-rim- ds e- -- I I : l . .. i -- ... Ln r.n-ul- fc-ni- ? j in-e- vi-it- cd 1 j ' er f.-th- . . iiti-n- 1 I il-- lls f i f - The Silvir Stilnrj. The Mrlio;s of :i violin ure each of n different thlekne-- s to meet the nts of tone nnil tension. The fourth strini Is coxered with line wire, either a x Idle metal or real silxt r. hence it is olten csilled 'the silxer string." Viola- -, violoncellos :in basses haxe two coxered strings--, the object being to a sullieietit gnuitj of tone xvilhoiit hax--- I ii ir too clumsy si m:iierial. The striir:s on the guitar are upon u basis of silk of csitgut. The best gut comes from Italy, xxhleh has been famoii for centuries for this product. Strings nre seleitcd and graded as to size -- o that they shall be uniform. The larger strings for the bigger instruments are stretched on frames for three or foar days. The coxered strings are Hnisheil on u lathe, xvhiib covers th. with lloss sill; or tine sllxerphited r or ex en silxer. ilmi-hie In-u- re ad cari-full-ehil eoji-pe- GIVE THE OUiLOOK A TRIAL ORDER FOR JOB PRINTING SUCH AS Lettr Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements Posters, Dodgers, Etc. j j j V ii Imii-l.l.- Ku.-se- I r'-e- f j ' Thedford's BLACK- - ri'lli-ctlon- s ! ,.. 'in . j j J . - srx--rr:- I - lll-- l. I HRAHRHT VIUIWIII Liver Medicine 1 Bride Behind the Veil. A (piaint marriage custom Is In ogue In the Andaman Isles the penal settlement to which "lifers" from I'.ritlsli India are sent. There are lSJMHt prisoners in the settlement, and every Saturila.x morning all vvoin- eii who wish to le married are heav- lly veiled and panidod around il siilare. .Men prisoners, iptalilied by good conduct for the privilege of marrying, stand outside this magle circle, judging as bo- -t they inn the merits of the camliilatcs. When a man makes a solectlon. bo Is at Utterly to have the object of his choice picked out. mid the xeil removed. No alternative to ncceplln;; the woman then remains to blm. Women, on the other hand. h;tx-- the option of txvo refusals, but the third occasion Is final, one xx:iy or the other. K. change. PRICES RIGHT j I J , I The OUTLOOK! , ' $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE, Is the only p;ipir published in Hath county, and an advertisement in it al ways brings results. J Pijneer in Ocean f.'eJsurlr.if. The safe and swift ocean travel of today xvouhl be Impossible the obserxatloii of winds mid currents, the marking of tvg and krherK limits r.ud rain arras, nnd .oun;lln for tempeniture. jTIiti ildoneeti In thi s work name 1.4 ns familiar to the "navfpttor as that of I 'urn in to the naturallsti In ll;e early annals ijf the American nnvy he Is linked with Charles Wltkea" and .Matthew Cnlbrnlth ferry. There was 110 naval academy xvhen Mnury "entered the navy He had been In the so proficient In malhoiuatl'-country school hi Tennessee that Ji xvas culled .iy.n by hlsTteactier'to in- struct the, jTiinger boys, and on stip-lioahe ciiutinueil the niethodtral study xvhleh mailt him the tirst scholar and scientist In the navy. When but twenty-eish- t years old he published It at his treatise 011 navigation. tnictisl a great deal of attention, aud the text boot: of tl'.e navy. Maurj-.'swhos rd liet-.iu- ie K-t- ep 1 iift-ct- ed. annor-gnllery- txx-- o sex-er.- ro fellow-cltlzen- and collection of suits-- ' of nricor. I'oundid before the i'i.ii- -' quest. t''o castle xvas at one time a stronghold of the great Nevilles. It changed hands nlno times within the I xears between lir.--.' and lM" when I It nassod inlo the fnoNllv of llie nros- ent owner by the marriage of the , helress of the to the Viscount Ilo.xne. The art treasures of UraiHopeth Include paintings by Fr.inz Hal.- -, .loriiaens. and Snyders, unit sev eral of Hogarth's xxorks. . 00 Kti.-sellsi-.- th J An:i:nt English Stronghold. Branicpclli castle is hellexed to haxe been the UrM forlllled building in Piirhum. largely modernized, the! :istle retains an undent with feudal days in It's baron's hall, its High Citizenship Great Need. Our tlag Is most eloquently described and I. Hilled. The principles for which It stands are emphatically TI,,'M' llf'" lo.-- ' "or 10 an o.ners. ,dangemt. are protect.M with treasure, '"- - saiTilu-- bill would require If given constant -- orv"""-""'--'""'ne "e Mr.-.Ch- as. Clou-pntr- crudely dntxvn. Hut they were illustrations nil the same, and after that the custom of einhellislituK historical works xxith such drawings became n fad nmoiiK the xvrllers of those days. Nonius had his precious opal buried with him, and It was found a few xears ago in his tomb. Feeds Upon Gold. epocli-matilni- Sf eaves you costly repairs and adds to its appearance and value. 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BYRON OWINGSVILLE,' KY,, where be lives and swims call him to xveur knitteil silk stocklnsy. A the Wizard. It Is a pretty yellow hundred .vears later one Ilimlres something like our dure, a factory foi MocMics in or more like the the Itnis do I'.ouloirne. This xvns the pike, or Knglish boys know llrst factory in France. It was u suc- small daddy-riilT- s cess from the start, and xvhen it re- about. The peasants of the Uhone ceived prolecllon from tin- ministers xnlley persist in maintaining that the it became a cohl mine. In KBK! the Wizard feeds upon grains of gold it xeiriure turned into a company. picks up from the sand of the river From It arose the sne;ty of Mooklns tied! makers. At this time ribbed stockings xvere made In i:i;Kl:;nd. hut It World's Oldest Museum. wns not until nearly a century later The 0I1 test lauseum in the world that such wear xvas Introduced into may be found in the city of Hum. the France. former capital of Japan. Since Its foundation in T.'i;, It has gone through Shoulders Not Alike. nil the changes of the Japanese emTo the majority of port-onthe pire without a single addition to Its statement that their shoulders are not collection. The museum contains about of the same height will as u sur- :i.(KM articles, which aro said to be prise, hut tailors know that almost In- among the most beautiful specimens variably the left shoulder Is higher of deconitixe work xvhleh have ever than the right, if a baby's shoulders been produced by 'iiiinan hand. The an measured It xvlll bo found that museum Is opened .m only one day of they are exactly even. That they do the year, when an odicial committee not remain so Is blamed upon parents, makes a visit of inspection to see ttiat who as a rule leail their young and the collection remains intact. growing children by the left hand. Controversy About D;w.Drops. This is a natural manner of leading Old xvriters looked upon dew as tlip the child, as It shields it from bump-- . of persons met in Its xvalks, but the magicrl breathings of Uio gods. Kels muscles and bones are thus continuand worms were supposed to come ally raised and in the end drawn perfrom them, ntid even today the name manently out of position, although the "dew worm" Is used to describe one change Is so slight that It Is not nokind of these creatures. Certain ticeable unless accurate measure- blackberries, with very larse seeds, are still called dewberries, und are ments are taken. supposed to be poisonous. A century ago a tlerio centre ersy raged on the Green Peas Cause Divorce. It xvould seem hardly credible that subject of dew. tine side held thai the eating of green ports could supply it (ell from the a'r. their opponents mi.iutained that It rose from the earth; fxounds for divorce, but some few but no one could say for rertalu xvliere years ago nt the rntho'oirleal congress lew really came from. held In I'nrls curious lalements were made about vegetable.) and the effect nir.ns in Wood. they produced on t' human race. While all the trees of the Temporal Haricot beans, xvhld we heard so much of in xvar time, xxerc supposed rlteglon and tunny of those from the to give brain and braxvti, spinach Tropics have growth rings. In not all cases are the contracts In dens'ty and xvould prexent ilaxvilll.-.-s In the house, bold, but green peas were to be taboo, color great enough to show prominfor It was said that they ilexelopejl ently in the linMicd material. Com mon examples are hasswooil, asnen. frivolity and made vmen capricins paper birch, tulip xvood. holly, tupoloJ and reckless. Men aVl women dirtied lueko. yeiioxx' it irs and certain o the pandcr their lnlluen". .iruces. thologist's nttnhutc! ity of flip tlic plntf, lv in. divorce cuues to tin JsnLUig or peas. I watl-eyepike-percs s x , 1 There are sexeral kinds of perch, as xvell as the black striped green one Silk Stockings. with the red tins lads like to catch s It appears that Henry II. when for the iiimi ri:ic- - of his sister but hate to scale. One of them is in l.Vi!). tirst had the Idea for silk called the Aspro. or to give him his hose. M. V. (Hradford). and at that proper name the perca aspem. though ; event ho wns the llrst the lisheriiie.'i of the lilmtio In Kurope oiuniccc wins. What mav he called the 'Siamese Twin.." .if llio li. o ivnrlil li fntmil on an Island formed by two branches of the MKsIsMppi river, at Keck III. The Islaml. occupied by an arsenal of the fulled States government, embraces some 1M0 acres of luxuriant forest, comprising many varieties of trees, and almost In the center of It Is the txvin tnv. an oak and an elm, the trunks of which having grown clore together many years ago, appear to be merged Into a single hole to a height of tixe or Mv feet. At this height the trunks, says the Kctrolt N'exxs. are entirely separate, each bearing its own peculiar bark formation and foliage. The twin has been estimated to he a hundred years old. tint Is still of xlgorous gro.xtb. Origin of "Sincere." " Superlicially viewed, the xxoril doe, not soimu to bear any relation to "waw" .nd yet "ccra"' tthe Latin for xvax) Is probably one of the component parts of 'vineere." preivdod by the particle "sine"' (xxithoiit). So " " would mean "wit and hence, of course, strained liom-.x- , honey without an admlMure that would haxe to be got rid of honey would he pure, the best on the market. This derivation of the word purity of purpose and freedom from pivtene. may sound farfetched, but there are words of equally Ingenious origin Hint answer exery test of etymology. "sin-ccro'slne-corabout-wax111 1 in J:ri;tjtem. Ki;.g Clu-rltangeo is cerefull..- prv.orxed in tl.e Cathcdnil of Ai. The late Marquis of Iti.t. li.nl his heart conxeyed l.y In tl.e custody of his !li!i-s- t and favorite daughter, from Scotland to the .Meant of Olixos. at Jerusalem, for entombment. The heart of King lioliert P.ruce Scotland's national hero after the strangest vicissitudes In connection with a vain attempt of his knight, lihuk ioiiglas to conxey It to the Holy In fid lillmcnt of a vow made by that mon arch, to make a pllerimage to .Icnisa brought back from Spain, Inn. and lies buried in the now ruined als bey of .Melrose, the "Kenmipihalr" of Sir Waller Scott's story of "The Ah hot." Wlen King llruce's body was found in l.Nlil. In the if the Abbey Church of Hunfe nallne. It was hown that Ms breastbone had been savviil through. n order to iicrtnit the removal of bis great heart. Hearts Cnton-.beThe heart of the d h:-:- " si-:- s Ko'-er- t suhx-a.;lt.- s (g m I COMING I Mary Wmtie, Best story ever uriUcn by Chinese Mscn Tcast. of Moon Ca;esi. The Chinese which fall on the llth of September. Is the day when all K'd Chinamen must eat moon ciikes. The festival lasts for :t day and a night and Is celebrated by the eating; of cakes made in the shape uf the moon and liberally sprinkled with all sorts of seeds. All the Chinese grocers sell packages or these cakes, ard the xery oorest Chinaman consider himself hound by ttie faith of bis fathers to purchase at least one package. The greater number of ml.es purchased the greater b considered the purchaser's respect for the night's chief luminary, and some xen black fate is Ik'HovciI ti. bv refor the Chinaman who falls to ft a cake before the festival Is over. Tills doom Is expected to fall upon him before nest Moon Cake day. The Macaronis. The term "macaroni." which In the time of the American Kcxtdution meant "elegant" or "high toned" has lost its original significance. In that age xvhen alt elepmt things came from Italy, the exquisite In clothing unit manners was complimented xvith the tiesiguatlon That, of "macaroni." course, because of the name of national fowl. When Yankee Doodle put a feather In his bat. In order to tool: like a dandy, be "called It macaroni." The crack regiment of the Continental army, recruited in Maryland and Virginia, called "the. Macaronis." The usage Is forgotten. l!y some strange chance, a "madrone" In Italy Itself is a dunce, u dolt. Origin of Folding Bed. s thousand jears ago the boasted folding beds. What Is more surprising. 4.:M jears ago the duelliirs along the Nile cherished folding I km Is. This significant bit of news, brought to tlie Metropolitan Museum of Art with a folding tied purloined from a tomb of old Kgypt. proves that ! the folding tied xvas prizis! as u u:.ury j xvhleh only the very rich xvho could j build marvelous tombs could afford. I The same archeologlst brought ba-- a ! bunk Used on the boats of the Nile .1 (1X1 venrii !io Tlio Imnk iIHT.ts In ' no particul.r way from stateroom berths of modern craft. four I's.x'p-tinn- ELEANOR H. PORTER "Pcllyanivt," "JuitDacid. "Daitn. " etc. tuMor of tl; Mountain Shaped Like a Woman. Crossing th- - bay from San I'ran-riseIn the direction of Sansalito, one sees in the distance an enormous piece the llgure of a of natural beautiful xvoman, xvonderfully It Is Mount Tnmalp.ils, on llie summit of which is being installed a search. light of r.t!tiiHM,ooo Kquipped with a lens of five feetui diameter, Its tight. In the clear Cali- I fornia atmosphere. Is expected to be visible from Mount Shasta, 175 rulles o candle-power- Demure, studious, still as a mouse while Mary; gay, lively, lovable when Marie, she w ill sm'Ie or dance her way into the affections of every leader and leave a glow in the hearts of all grownups and children. If you have not s read this wor.derfi'! novel and made the acquaintance of Mary Marie, the ' sunbeainitl, distant. you will have the oppor- titnity, for it Jt to he printed as a Eenai iiarung ' First Student of Germs. In 1(575 a merxhaiit ot Amsterdam wanted to determine thai there were as many threads In a given area of linen as the manufacturer clalmeiL and for the pnrp-- e ierfeitil more powerful microscope than had hitherto 11 made. A drop of water fell by accident open the line he xvas exatr-Inlti- B one day nnd he round to ' V amaze" tout it xvas full of mo.ms - trying otner sulrjecls. thii;-- s i be ii.i-,some tartar f run 'lis ' teeth, ti course, found bacteria. -Hj. ton .mil xvith the ltoyal So ciety or h:.i, who haf a duplicate lens, and f.om this grew I mmt-.ti- ie 11 if - i , tliisljjaper soon. J .