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Thomas wiif A Si,t"l;,.v Mrs. Robert Hailcy spent for sale. WALTF.K YOl'Xfi COAL CO. K- i. w' I . in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. (i. C. Kwing - FOK KENT: My house on Main l'vingtoit Tuesday. . . n uummuimy Fair I I -- I We have six HARMONY PHONOGRAPHS T T 1 ""as. John Letter, of Lenov, is . Lester. bis iini-leDr. .1. A. T. ltyron visited his sun, flet a Phonograph ami KeronU Ityrou ai Indianapolis, la! w while the getting is good, at Miss (Iraee Crooks, Shnt' E. L. & A. T. I1YKOX. spent Sunday with Miss LuciU (let our priecs on coal, lumber, Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. (!ihh lime and cement before buying. Right lel'l Monday for a to re priees anil prompt delivery. in Louisville. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Miss Ruth Soper, Paris', b Sxvial sale of 5 dozen Lineoleum turned home after a visit to x.)l nirh. (n .) each. lJont Lcona Palmer. .jugs, Miss May Daugherty has ru miJhis value. J. R. BROTHER & CO. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. ; Paxton at Ashland. A. II Rotls. of Huntington, The Phonograph deal wont last tlie week end with his parent long at the price. Get one now. and Mrs. Seth Holts. E. L. & A. T. I5YKON. Mrs. J. .?. Thomas has rcl...i. . from a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Wine FOR SALE: New four room house and Mrs. Rose, at Huntington. and live acres of land in cast end of Arthur Tenipleman, of Green east!' Owingsville. Ind., eamc Saturday to visit his un ARTHL'R HORSEMAN. cle, Ambrose and Edmund Wells. ' The school and church at Ho Misses Madge Shrout and Xellie nrd's Mill have been closed uutimOouohcw left Monday Ao enter the I November '1 on account of an epi- - eastern Kentucky Xtroial, at Rich I deimc ot xirlet fever. There an mond. A six cases oJ disease retried, Miss Rose Jones, of Winchester, in light form except one. spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Floyd Ross and her father Sam I am prepared to examine and fit Jones. your eyes with glasses. Xo charga Misses Yirgaline Byron and Lucille for examination ami glasses iiius Vice nt tended a bridge party Satfit you and satisfy you or no sale. urday given by Miss Carolyn llas- I S. D. THOMPSON, Ot 10111, 01 oiiarpsourg. Registered Optometrist. Mrs. K. II. (lonilpaslcr went to New York Saturday to meet Miss Specials, Saturday, September 30. Katherine Rice, who has been spendPure Aluminum .percolator $1.00; ing the summer in Europe. Gray Granite Coffee Pot, 47; 14-- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kineaid and qt. Dish Pan, Gray Granite 50. little son spent Sunday with Mrs. 4 ""jt. Dish Pan, Gray Granite 50c. KincaidV parent, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. L. & A. T. BYROX. 0. Crooks, of Shaqisbiirg. FOR SALE: First class. C II. P. Rev. IL S. Ficklin left Monday rnirbaiiks Engine and 10 inch cut inorniug for I'iiris to'iilfTlul the ting, Box, Belt, Saw Rig and EnieryJ State convention of the Christian "2t Church and Ribio Schools. Grinder. Apply to J. R. BROTHER & CO. Charles Andcrsoni and wife, of Milwaukee, visited Mr. Andersoifs The soldier bonus bill was killed mother, Mrs. Etna Anderson several by tflc Senate with five votes to days last week. They made the trip spare, sustaining the president's by motor. veto. Tie vote was 28 to .44. the 'Adair Richards will leave Monday House had previously voted to overto attend the University of Virginia. ride the president 25S to 54. ndrcw Denton andtsister, Mis Ruth Denton visited tfi May&viUc FOR SALE: house and -it btrcct. MliS. JOHN A. DAUOHERTY. AND- f op- - with 25 Columbia BAND OWS, CARNIVAL .With special terms or cash discounts Records for OWINCSVILLE KY. RIDING DEVICES, BAJJ.OON EACH DAY ASSCENSION Yj t t t t A to apply a fine nortnnitv for the "School" to have one. K. L. & A. T. BYRON - J 1 T tub TYNCffSTRjsvu. Owingsville, Ky. i -- 3PTEMBER 27, 28, 29 AND 30 VT ff-(member) 7 1 Taini'm,In - -- -. ""..'ui s T7ATTT) I V U IV POPULAR LADY First Prize Lady's Wrist Prize Lady's King- t V BIG DAYS COITEST-TOR- EE 4 Third f t T ted f t ft- t I - -- "" - I the Hughes Atkinson farm, near this city, was badly injured Wednesday afternoon when struek in thieve by a sharp stick thrown by Will Thomas, colored boy, living on the place. The two men were at play when 'he accident happened. Mr. Reynolds was brought to the Mary Chiles hospital ami (o save the sight of the other eye the injured eye was removed, the operation being perform by local surgeons. Mt. Sterling Advocate. Mr. Reynold-- . 1., a son of Jonas Reynolds and wife, of near town, and is well known here. His many friends here regret to hear of his injury. Marry at Mt. Sterling. John McNabb and Miss Beatrice Beadle were quietly married at Mt. Sterling hist week, tho ceremony being performed bv Rev. F. W. Chap- v pel. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George ilfndle, a fwnncr resident Mr. McNabb is a son of James McNabb, of the Wyoming neighborhood and is a brother of Win. .McNabb of this place. He is now making his home at Paris where he is employed by the express company. After a short bridal trip they will return to Paris to make their home. Tho best wishes of many friends go with them. Mrs. Noah Parks. PRIZES CAKE IS FOOD; SERVE IT OFTEN V These prizes are on display at J. It Day's Jewelry Store. Hi BAND CONCERT EACH OF THE FOUR BIG DAYS ifi iC To oldest inhabitant registering Up to 4 p. in. Saturday, Septei UT ber o0; one Easy Chair, donated by Shrout, Piper & Shrout. S J5 To man with largest family at the Fair Saturday, Sept, 7 31 Ham, donated by Webster & Ginter; f If one barrel of nice apple,s by C. Sung. 1C S 30-pouii- iL Wat&h; Second 1 c'v.c Lavalier; DEVIL'S 1 1-- FOOD CAKE cupful of supar, 3 eggs, beaten light, 3 tablespoons melted butter, 2 ounces of melted chocholate, J milk,l 3 cupfuls of SWAN - DOWN CAKE FLOU spoonsiui oi oaKin powaer, x- -t tea spoonim 01 and chocholate, and alternately the milk has been sifted with the baking powder a pan ixll inches about 2o miutes r ... . s These contests in charge of IL W Schools, Dr. II. J. Daily and Frr.nK, PARAr Most Novel ami attractive pai ATHELETI 50 yard das..' 100 ya'rd datS Hi lor ait Remember I have a FULL LIN Kinds oi uaKe. s .. R. O. BY ome of Qusf . - -- J00 yard dasf Shoe Knee, b$ Kuniiiiig IJro.l HumitJJidi J Standing Droatf .lump. ." " 'e' over s. I co'H --T. lot on Slate avenue. Lot contains last Thursdar. . l?i ings. acres, good well and outbuild11-1- 0 MRS. MARY F. PERKINS, IIHlsboro, Ky. It 1 John Moore, who has been in the west and in Texas for several years visited his sisters Mrs. Laura. Kash, and Mrs. Ben Arnold for several days Ia-- t week. 1 NOTICE 11 will, at the first October pardon day, make application to ti Honorable Edwin P. Morrow, (yoVcrnor, for a pardon for my husSjand E. C. Kiinurcll, now con- "'lined in th.c State Reformatory at Frankfort, Kentucky. This September 20th, 1922. AIRS. E. C. KIMBRELL. All friends and patrons of school are urged to be present the at a V meeting in the City School Chapel Friday,. October G, t three o'clock to discuss questions of interest t loth parents and teachers. Mrs. Bcttie S. Harris, of Frankfort, will make a talk on Parent-Teacher- s' Associations. Important Announcement. arc respectfully invited to attend, the. open air meetings near the OwingSvifie posfoffice, Saturday, 'Sept. 30th, two thirty and six thirty, p. m., conducted by It. E. Boggs, 'blind Evajigclist. Subjects, "Golden Gems of Truth." Music, Touch readings, etc AH (0TICE - v . ... " . wv-- - . " V - busiuevvyilio town of Owings ville, County of Bath, State of KenC. M. Carter and wife, of Ashland Uifi tucky at thty- - nose of business on 15 th day of September, 1922. visited Mrs. Carter's mother, Mrs. Jennie Myers, last week. Mr. Car KtSUUHUtS I? ter is one of tho striking employes J, Discounts 1 Loans and 3!)S,3 11.85 (member) ml of the C. & 0. railroad. They were Ovordraftrt, secured and unsecured 4,302.80 accompanied by E. B. Gilliam who is A letter from M. C. Hart, of s Stocks, and other Securities. also one of the strikers. vI51oinnfield, formerly pastor )f the Due from lllanks 11.853.54 MUs Amanda Salver, one of tho Christian .Church here, states that . Cash on li'aiul ... 23.404.4D teachers iif the Owingsville Jlighl he is able to he again at his business C'lccTcs aud other cash items 104.04 School took her class to Booncsboro though he lost about 30 pounds durBanking Ilmise, Furniture and Fixtures 7,975.00 Saturday on a dayV outing. The LACY-COO- NS ing his illness. Some of his friends Other Kcal Kstatc 18,645.20 class was composed lif the following: here heard from him some time ago Other Assets ntjt included under any of above heads 390.44 Winston Byron, Gladys Snedcgar, i stating that he had a few broken . .... Nannie Carter, Gladys Bashford, rib's and a dislocated vertebrae sup....Total.. GS0,511.52 Florence Xorri-i- , Loui-- e Ross, Mabel posedly occuring in all auto accident, Horseman, Hester Bashford, Eula though LIABILITIES 'it. he never said in any of his Warner, Lucille Arnold, Ruth Power, letters here. The Outlook heard Capital Slock paid in, in cash 120,000.00 Carrol Steele, James Kerr, Callis something of his trouble shortly afSurplus Fund (0,000.00 Coylc, Bob Ross, George Young. Mrs ter it happened hut didn't make notI'ndivided I'roiiJ?., less expenses and taxcs paid 28,349.30 Ellie Roi, MNs Lcona. Palmer and ice of it thinking that more complete $171,91-1.1Deposits subject to cheek Miss Elizabeth Doggctt accompanied details were forthcoming. We are ed. 1(5.00 Certified Checks ii them. glad to hear tliat he is on the road g Cashier's 00.00 $ 471,930.47 to recovery and know that his many Due Banks antj Trust Companies 231.75 Mrs. Mary Chappel King. friends are pleased to learn the FOR CONSTIPATION Mrs. Mury Chappel King died at same. Total... i $080,511.52 1. J the houie of her son in law, Dr. II. Black-DraugRecommended by STATE OF KENTUCKY J. Daily, Thursday afternoon of Directors Receive Small Pay. ' an Arkansas Farmer Who Has- COUNTY OF BATH softening of the- - brain. Mrs. King The directors of the Burley To Used It, men Needed, wujl a woman highly respected by all bacco Association receive the salnry "frc, I. B. Goodpaster and E. L. Byron, Fresident and Cashier of the v who knew her and much loved by of $121) per year, $10 per month for Xjiove named Baiikj do solemnly swear that the above statement is true those who were intimately acijuaint- - incir services and traveling expciis' Ji the best of our knowledge and be lief. jlh her. She was a lifelong to and from Lexington why"" f J. B. GOODPASTER, President ) gf the M. E. Church and a are called there for nyetK L. BYKO.V, Cashier. Vjic Sunday School. She other purposes. day of September 1922. i nome wiiu ner oaugn- - was made by W. HVK K. L. (Dad) Richards has been The LineoIeums nigs we are ofNotary Public. Daily since the death the directors- and si;here for tho past week assisting in fering are a wonderful protection to hrc; years ago. She the report that promoting the Fair to he held here the carpet from tho intense heat of Lineoleum Ifugs in different pat-jrof being seventy handsome salaric Old Grocery Concern Sells. this week. Mr. Richards has tried the grate or stove. ami colors at an unusual price . The funeral services Grocery Co., to get up as good a fair as possible T. R. BROTHER & CO. 7.rx- - en eh, at of Mt. Sterling, which was founded under the circumstances, the time . First W Nw J. if. BROTHER & CO. in 18G8 was sold tho past week to being limited, and from indications A jruy compr 1 smrvned men the Ilodgkin Grocery Co., of Win- here Tuesday it seems that we will cmpanclc I University The new concern will take have a good one. Mr. Jerry ?e. Hardeman was indicted by chester. Ewing i MarshOf rk county grand jury on over tho warehouses at Mt. Sterling all the balloon man arrived Tuesday tho cae.'of ) o?kxs ocronnrt z. aitek- of murdering Leon Uenakcr. and will make a strong hid I of havlnir mV liOOy SESSIONS 4 TO 0. for ths and will make an ascension each Fox and Mrs. Leon Itena-- w !!.. -' ; ycar Course 1.Ii.R. cretr.-: business of this territory. Farday if the" weather remains favorSjmo . WilCtatl of the murdered man, Vaust r.rry Fl.ld. in H r. IL MRobtrt P. '.eoa 1 Lenl, Dtnttn, able. Several showg are rep?-- )! indicted charged with cornJ. M..Drtaot 'o??a '. Lau- iri Thy! Lineoleum lings, 27x54 inches to be on the way Lcre also UIi r r CaiLx. er the murder. a Hardeman . aresjust the right size to use in front Inf irall.n 1 bail but Mrs. Rcnaker I . r t jusu. ml add cre released on $5,000 tail of the grate or stove. B(.-nd182.-1U4.1- Xoah Parks, aged 10 years died at her home on Flat creek Friday after a long illness of tuber- culosis. Mrs. Parks was a daughter: of Felix Clark, and was a good woman, wife and mother. She had been twice married and is survived by her husband and one son and brothers, J John, William and Jeff Clark and sister, Mrs. Oscar Jackson. The burial was at Kendall Spring graveyard Saturday. .Mrs. I5esl One Dozen ears of A. II. Dawson s Best I'cx'k of Irish Potatoes. 'J. W. Yo)ung, Biggest Kershaw. -j- Waltnr omg i out 'oinpanv., T Itiggei t Pumpkin Service Oarage Ikst (i hands or wta'.ks-o- f tobacco, J. K. Brother & Co., pocket knife, worth I wgrici3ral CONTESTSNj 4 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 $2.50 ffi rrs--. Manley, Conycrs, Mrs. John Snedegar, Hrs. hart Cram, Mrs. JoVnson Sh'out, Mrs. Thomas Crouch, Mrs. Henry Cliue and Mrs. Arlie Toy. It was a novel sight to see twelve wome sitting in the jury box and caused much comment. But the ladies were poi-e- d and sat with becoming dignity apparently unmindful of the gaping, curious crowd, mostly men which tilled the court-rooIt wa.s almost night when thceasc was .handed to tc jury'. After deliberat ing about an hour they reported that they could not agree and were discharged. There were ight for acquittal and four for conviction, a result that had been predicted by experienced men who beard the evidence. Bridges White, of Mt. Ster-ling- , represented the defendant, and County Attorney Doggctt prosecut- M!rs. Kuhen Report of the Condition of the ifi v J dsi? 7?tTZ& FARMERS BANK Coat v Suits, Dresses, Fall Coat new cloths and shades. Pr&attractive. Call and let us shov - ""j r ft CO. t y : r.-- I SAVE ON TIRES I per cent, cash discount on ever United States, Goodyear and Lee .Tire sold from September 20 to October All types and sizes carried in stock. Checka'-vut-tandin- ht f 1 1 ..-- ii 1 1 - -' f SI, ns Chiles-Thomps- SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUTt w DM;.. ..UP rd 1 1 J. . & CO. i OUTLOOK 51.50 PER YEAR, LooIat Ky. f CLOOK, OWINGSVIL1 .id . VjMFORM SENATE BACKS VETO OF BONUS They Moved Their Bfl'lll VjJ DEATH IS FATE OF ENTOMBED M "WE'RE GOING TO LEA lIlirawEwtaataM iinfortiinnte , , lit" Jlllllllll . Minnded'Jy Wil liam Hoylen, . Ifi Spring St., Bristol, Party Lines Obliterated In The Votes Of The Two Branches Twenty Four Conn. Mr. Hoylen was a victim of Senators Absent Or Not Voting, But stomach trouble in Its worst form, hut Made No Difference In The Result. was completely restored to health by taking Tanlac. He soys: Washington. Soldiers' lionus legisla "For fifteen years I hail nltnrks of stomach trouble, and lmd been In bed tlon received its drain Iil(v for this for three weekR when I pot Tanlac. session of Congress when the Senate but three bottles built me up fifteen voted to sustain the Presidential veto pounds, and made n well man of me. of the bonus measure submitted to him I am now eating steak and onions, by Congress. Advocates of the bill lacked funr votes of the necessary s and feel Just fine In every way." majority of Senators present Undigested food ferments In the stomach and the entire system Is and voting to override the President. filled with poisons. Tanlac was de- The vote was 44 for and 2S against the signed to restore the stomach to a motion to pass the bill over the Presi healthy condition and build up the dent's veto. hy whole body. Millions everywhere have 7 Knrll(r ln " day. acclalmed Its wonderful power. Get n thp overwhelming vote of '.".s to M, and with virtually no debut.-oted bottle today. Tanlac Is sold by all good druggists. to pass the hill over the vet. of the President. The vote, on Its original Advertisement. passage In the House, was IKtt to 70. The action of the House was expectHostess Tact. "Will ye stay to tea?" asked Mrs. ed, interest llnving been centered Murphy of the caller whom wished solely In what the Senate would do. would depart. Tlie reiilt In the upper branch lion "No, thank yon," was the answer, "I out predictions that bonus supporters must be home to look after John I" would be unable to muter sufficient "Ah, sure, ye mustn't neglect him." votes to enact the bill into law' with(aid Mrs. Murphy, relieved. out the President's signature. ' "I think I'll May. though; 1 henr the Although 21 Senators were absent kettle staging," was the unexpected or not voting, a check-uof pairs rereply. vealed seven more votes for thi op"Oh. den't take any notice of that 1" position than would have been nec said Mrs. Murphy, scornfnlly. "It sings essary to defeat Hie bill if all Mind. for hours before It bolls !' been present. This would have en to opponents of the hill a total of A FEELING OF SECURITY votes, two more than would Ii:im iW.-necessary to sustain the Preslil. in Party lines were obliterated m i'ie You naturally feel secure when yon know that the mrdicine )ou are about to votes of the two branches, ililioip. take u absolutely pur and centaini no too much significance cannot be harmful or habit reducing drug. to the vote In the House, uijre Such a mediein' u 1T. Kilmer's Swamp-Boot- , members knew that the Senate wo!W kidney, and Madder remedy. throw the hill Into the legislative The arao"".ixUrd of (writy, strength discard. Xo attempt was made to lllie and excellence i maintained in every botup support for the President In t'tie . tle of It " scientifically compounded from House, members being left free to obtain whatever political advantages ratable herb. It is not a stimulant and is aken is they might gain by playing to the solteaapoonfu down. dier vote. is not recommended for everything. ( .It t ii nature's great helper in relieving Right To Shoot Upheld. vercoming kidney, liver Philadelphia, Fenn. Judge Bonnl-welstatement of purity in with In Municipal Court ordered a dee of Dr. Kilmer's Swatnp- fendant, charged with unlawful maim. sromnt.. LACKS FOUR BALLOTS OF NUM. BER NECESSARY TO OVERRIDE PRESIDENT FAREWELL SCRIBBLED WALLS OF ARGONAUT Hastily Built Bulkheads F Witnesses of Plucky FlghtJ Fsj Men The Forty-SeveBelieved to Have Found I. n .EV. P. D. CTTZWATER. O. D., Btbto ln tha Moody in Institute of Chicago.) Onion. rlnht. ltlZ. Wntm Lissoif Nwptf OF JOHN T her of English LESSON FOR OCTOBER 1IRTH 1 Jackson, Cai: The Argon j has given up its secret: The answer is ''deatii;." J All 47 Iniuers are dead: .1 port 47 bodies have been I though not identified. TheyJ entombed since Augijst 21 crews, entering the 4;C0-foo- t craliing their way through i heads which the men had hti themselves face to face witt some sight: A note from William Fess the dead miners, was found upon u timber where the h It saldl ".1 a. m. Gas Is gi strong. We are going to leav William Fcssel;" Fessel was the liubatid Annette Kcssel and father tlil.ii 15 years old. Two rows of corpses, ly by side, were ranged along t helitnd the secomt lnillieaiU of the tnen had stripped o clothing to plug the bulkhead a naked. One row of bodies waj main drift and the other at tl of a fork or cross-cu- t departl the main drift nt that point. To this underground cross ro entrapped miners had crept i endeavor to wall themselves In. ly from the fumes of lire. Tha posed place of refuge became common grave. Death had come not from sti tlon, hut from gas fumes, and It come In the earliest days, perhaps ti." eatUt moments oMh& This was established by the con. lit im of the bodies, which were not e u. iated, and their position, which .sho.i.d that the men had Iain down, side ly side, like brothers to die, and by the condition of the second, or Inner bulkhead, which was but partly built. , dl.-.ist- THE BAPTIST hurt t . one poh w. ' lit two-third- 1, . Jennings, Mich., was a thriving village near Cadillac depending wholly on the lumber industry When nil the timber hnd been cut and sawed up the c'tizens had special motors constructed which within n few days moved the entire village to Cadillac. One of the houses Is here seen en route. BONUS VETOED BY PRESIDENT HARDING BILL LACKS PROVISIONS FINDING FUNDS TO PAY COST FOR BRITISH READY FOR WAR Turks Mass At Ismid And Chanak, Defying Allies To Bar Thrace Invasion Constantinople. The Itritlsh are mobilizing every available warship, man, horse, automobile, cannon and rllle vrij-i- n reach of the troubled zone. They 'tre preparing to deal a tremendous blow by land, sea and air If provoked by ;he Kemalist army, which, according to the latest reports, Is concentrating feverishly around Ismid and Chunak. IImmk! lley, the Turkish .Nationalist representative here, informed your correspondent that it was certain the Turkish army would declare war on the Itritlsh If the British attempted to Interfen with the movement "of the Turkish troops across the stn'" to p Predicts That Ultimately Veterans Would Be Provided With Pensions-Revi- ews Efforts of the Government to Provide For Disabled Veterans. Wellington. toed Hie Congress I.. mils President Harding ve- ler "tramp-Root- -- X -- a medicine, you should Jn ale at all drug ttorei ves, medium, and large. 1- vn am to ti im ten cents to lr. X. V, for a "ting be cura "vertisement. t. Wls-- hill and returned it to with a message giving t ho reasons why It was unacceptable to the Kxecutlve Department. The veto was not unexpected, but there was no little surprise nt the finality with which the President removed all possibility of Kxecutlve approval of any measure that sought to pay additional compensation to former service men from th United Status Treasury. The President gave as his oplnloi that this country would be engaged for years In a prgoram of economy for years In a program of economy point where It would be possible to take care of the veterans by payments of pensions, which, he predicted ultimately would be necessary. There was no Intimation in the mes- ;' t the Government ever would v,.M,... no I have rXV w ile J""nvi: to shoulder a financial burden right to submit any person to the Xs tIm Pending bill would have humiliation of being searched without t first being armed with a search warone ptovlslon of the bill rant, and also declaring such a perfcTS. was Hie President son was entitled to use. every bit of said that he force necessary to resist It, to the ex- V snirit of tent of using weapons If necessary. t. Ny"ression l X who Youth To Life Term d able-bodie- d l. - Thrace. All the ' n ConstanHriUiU-U" tinople lf.'e been evacuated and re jj.H'nrc marching In the streets of .he capital, which i hating a sobering effect on the i.vubernnt Turks. The llritlsh soldiers ""- headed for strategical points on .he straits. - Harding Seeks $200,000 Washington. MINE YIELDS 1,'S DEAD Nine Bodies 'Taken Fiom Argonaut Mine Identification w"' Be Difficult Argonaut A,7:r" J,T -- Serve s W, Cal. Nine oodles from the mine were ,lrst hrnught to the surface of the Kennedy mine. Thirty-eigh- t more wVre In the mine. Kach bod was wr'PI'P'l In canvas loaded on 0 skip u'd taken up one d air power to by one and froin there Committee. the J,'.--, throug! g Kennedy for Girl Married At he laborious Jackson, b. priation of ?200.ooo for relief of American refugees in the Near Kast was recommended to the Sennte by President Harding, after receipt of an official estimate from the State Department that 1,100 Americans were in pressing neetl of assistance. "It is apparent that we have an obligation to afford relief," the President said In his letter to Chairman E. Warren, of the Sennte Appropriations 11 An emergency appro- Lexington The modern dance, joyriding; Improper dress, especially at the bathing beach, legalized gambling and nintlnn pictures were scored ln a report of a committee on "public morals" at the closing session of the one hundred and annual session of the Elkhorn Baptist Association, composed of thirty-thre- e chrurches in seven Cenrtal Kentuc ky counties. thirty-seventh Paducah Seeking to collect fifty dollars from the county In payment for services rendered In the conviction of an alleged violator of the prohibition law. Jack Nelson, city detective, has filed suit In McCracken Circuit Court against the county. A hill for fifty dollars was presented to the county by Mr. Nelson, but the Fiscal Court refused to allow the amount Angel Brings TOPIC-- An nisvllle A. J. Goery, of Lexlng-- a PRISIA-t- T racehorse owner staying at the Good News. JUNIOR TOPIC The Birth of Johirthe lacti Hotel, slipped upon the side- - Baptiit. . In front of Sullivan & Brach's INTERMEDIATE AND BENIOP.TOPIC on Market street, and suffered Preparation for tha Coming of Christ. TOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC h on his head. The Place and Work of John the Bap- dtesbtirg John D. Boggs, 28, for- - Uat. of Virginia, was killed by fall-laWe are today entering upon a six at Potter's Fork, In the coal months' course of stndy ln the Gospel of this county. Boggs died with- - of Lnke, whoso general subject Is few hours following the accident. Jesus the World's Savior." Today's hvm n trlfrt nn fnmttt- - nf Put. lesson concerns the birth of John the fr'orlc Baptist, the forerunner of ChrlsL I. The Parents of John the Baptist rse Cave James Allen Scott, (vv. ant, of Center, this county, and 1. When They Lived (r. 5). "In tha bresldent of the First National days of Herod the King." They, lived r. of t Horse Cave, attempted In4 u rfi or vifiA a r uuwuaauwju uui iitl. nnrfntlllnflaa urn riff Scott cut his threat with a The priesthood was very corrupt and in a barn near his home, and Is the ruling classes were wicked. Zach- kpected to live. arias and his wife lived ln a when It was not so easy to nkfort Word has bpen received 2. Their Character (v. 6).r They of the death In Cleveland of were righteous before God. To ba m Force Cromwell, 2(5, who was righteous before God Is a high tribute. d In an auto accident there, Many appear to be rig.iteons before Crom-wh- o well was a son of William God. was clerk of the Kentucky men who are not righteous before they Their lives were so mated that e many years. walked In the commandments of the Is dtpburg Perry County's Fiscal Lord blameless. How beautiful It In and wife are united Court has called for an election to when husbandwalk together In fellowvote on road bonds In the sum of the Lord and ship with God. The highest In wedded $300,000, for good road work ln the life ean only be attained when both Iscounty, and It Is expected that the are united ln Jesus Christ. Their pracsue will carry. So far. Perry County tical living was manifested In obedihas no modern roads. ence to God's commands. (t. 7). They Were Childless Harlan Frank Clem attempted sui couple were well cide here by drinking four ounces of Though this godly Joy of iodine. His case ln the Harlan Cir mated and they possessed the the Lord In their souls, there was a, cuit Court for the killing of Henry) home. No home Is Howard last 'March was docketed for' real lack ln that no' child has trial and It was while on his way to quite Ideal Into which husthe courthouse that he drank the poi- come to gladden the hearts of the son. Prompt medical aid soon restor- band and wife. 1. The Birth of John Promised (w. ed him. '. collision vti ST-LESSON TEXT Luke GOLDEN TEXT He shall ba great la tha alcht of the Lord, and he haU drink no wine nor strong drink. Luke 1US. - Mai. REFERENCE :- MATERIAL Iaa. -. (05; S tc ). sul-M- tin)" -- rom' Los years fJlif'has been sentenced - Blaszvk. to Igi Imprisonment In San Quentin tio TjpJitlary for the murder of Mrs. of 51. Wlieelock, who was stran-- hor. her jewels here last spring, witt "jst stood trial with Blaszyk, me s convicted. A third de- Adam rdeaded-"""!"l Arigeles.y-Ca- l. hoursjj so Louisville. Ky. Married when che was 11 years old, divorced and married ntjiiin at 1(1, was the matrimonial rec ord given by Myrtle Taylor, of .Tcffer-- n County, when she appeared at courthouse to obtain a license to rWl William Sutto;v of OTtannon. The groom Is 40. The girl gave the date of her birth' March 12, 100C SI rled when 11 and . e months ago. j .Wrecked persons njured when an tern electric train co tfjiotiw t h ,an riitontoiiii, miles west of tnis dace. ,'oach was overturned and f.Ui, who New York Allan A' io sleepi;ri were derailed. The dead: a i;tItIon "ln voluntary hankrnpi umiaNiijlor, CO years old; George July, with liabilities of ?1S,Oi.i last 'St, a son, and John Pcter-V-Zpapers In OiK). tiled incorporation 00, all or Troy, III. They were bany for the establishment of t new Arm dealing in stocks and bonus, to In tiie automobile be known as Allan A. Ryan Companj, Foresees Brief "Next War" Incorporated, with a capitalization of riO.000 h:ire of no liar value, ViOU Atlantic City, N. J. The next great shares of class A and 2,r00 shun of active capital f w.ir will last but u few days, will be class B stock. The yc (nipanied by the bombing to death the corporation will be $."0,000. and of thousands of uoncomhutants will he won bv the nation or allied Typhoon Loss Heavy group which controls the air, Major George II. Harries, Command Manila. Heavy lumage Is bellevet Oenet,aI er In Chief of the Milltnry Order of to have resulted fro'JutJyphoon wh the World War, predicted ln an adfor-thas swept over the lidlii-tne- s convention here. wires dress at the order's All 30 hours. last Ti typhoon In the North. are down Jury Reconvenes traveled westward, and, according to the Weather Bureau, has silbslded. Marlon, III. The special grand Jnry Investigating the Herrln mine massaMinneapolis Man Chosen cre will reconvene here after a reSince the grand Washington. Frederick . B. Cole cess of ten days. man, Minneapolis, was nominated by Jury recessed after returning 3S murPresident Harding to be Minister to der and 38 rioting and conspiracy 13 more of the Indicted men Esthonia, Latvia and Lithuania, three Baltic states recently recognized by were lodged In Jail, making a total of 'M held. It Is reported that 30 more the United States. Indictments are expected. Injured By Hazers. Sixteen Die In Erin Mt. Victory, O. A Wnzlng inquiry Is Belfast. Ten Republicans and six beiiig conducted at Mie high school Nationalists were killed In a fierce conhere. The liroTHty was ordered after flict at Errls, In Northern County John Gamble, a freshman, wa Injured Mayo, ,when the Republicans, retreatfccriously, i tid. An electric ap- ing from Balllna, were attacked by paratus was used, '! is reported. Government troops. ee . . Tj'BP' i f) SS COAT, CURTAINS jdiMOND DYES" rDiaroond Dyc" con- imnle any woman can fold, worn, faded thragi hai never dyed before. jew, rich color into shabby warn, coaia, swcaingr. Inn. draneries. hanzincs. other Buy Diamond Dycs-- no nerfeet home dveinz is euar-..Tniit tell tout drucriit whether . erial you with to dye is wool or r whether it it linen, cotton, or goods. Diamond Dyei never streak, I fade or ran. Advertisement. Understood the Feeling. fou admit yon were speeding?" fes, your honor." frank confession goes n long war ln this court. What excuse have you for exceeding the speed limit?" "A man In a little old rattletrap flivver drove op behind me and bawled to me to get out of the way and let somebody use the street who could get more out fit one cylinder than I could get out of six." "Umph ! I do a little motoring ray- self. I'll let you off with the minimum Birmingham fine this time." after counting u, Collections on foreign j . sf rwneUness wnlcn the Government waaGr lifl likely to receive. then went At the outset of his message, the 'resident stressed what the Govern ment was doing for the disabled vetDeadlock erans in the way of hospitalization and vocational training, the tremenWashington. Conferes on the fact- dous cost that it involved, and the finding coal commission legislation ap- determination of the Administration peared to have reached a deadlock to leave undone nothing that would and, after a fruitless session, It was add to their comfort and well being. said by several members that It would Stick With 'Em, Birds! not be "at all surprising" If there was no agreement on the differences in Stockton, Kansas Swarms of wing bills, as passed by the Senate and ed grasshoppers flew over Stockton House. for six hours, feasting birds accompanying the flight. The pests moved Ford Factories To Reopen :00 feet in the air and one mile an Old settlers say they are the Detroit, Mich. Ford workers, laid hour. off when Highland Park, River Rouge, same variety as those ln "grasshopper Few dropped here and the and Dearborn planfs were closed last year." Saturday were notified to report on swarm Is moving South. The grass. their regular shifts, starting at mid- hoppers were so thick at times the night. The order sends more than sun almost was hidden. 70,000 Detroit men back to work. It means resumption of work for 30,000 Road's Petition Vacated others throughout the country. Norwich, N. Y. An order vacating Oil Company Formed the petition of the New York Central Railroad for an Injunction to restrain Oklahoma City, Okla. Organization striking shop craft workers from In of the North American Oil Company, terferlng with Its employees at Its a 535,000,000. corporation, Into which shops In Syracuse was handed down Is merged the North American Oil and by Judge Ray. The petitioner previ Refining Company, the Noco Petro ously had notlfled the Court of its leum Company and eight other com desire to discontinue Its nctlon, since . panies, was announced by C F. both parties have adjusted their difPresident of the new company, ferences. -- af yf n, tele-jxn- ' Age-Heral-d. Train Wreck in Mexico Examine carefully every bottle of. CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and sec that It Sons Accuse Mother Chicago A mother was held bv police on charges filed by her two sons, and Investigation was rrrown-ubegun Into the mysterious disappearance of their father from his farm near Stlcknev. III. With 'the prisoner. Mrs. John NittI, was held Joseph Pudello, a farmhand employed by Nlttl, who was 40 years old. The two were held to the grand jury under bond of $3,500 each. The two sons, James, 24, and Michael, 21, said their n Important to Mothers large number Injured ln a railroad passenger wreck of a Laredo-bounSignature of train, which left Mexico Olty at a vll In Use for Over 30 Years. lage near Queretaro. Spreading rails. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria due to the heavy rains which fell recently, are said to have caused the Irrelevant. accident The train was preceded by "Dearest," whispered the 'movie star military escort train. When the lat who had temporarily busted his crust ter was ditched the passenger train while doing n stunt. "If I should die crashed into tbe other. father had disappeared. Would yon marry again?" Military Order Meets More On Priority List "Why, what In the world would your Washington The Interstate Com dying have to do with it, darling?" n replied his wife, the merce Commission issued a new ser Atlnntlc City, N. J. Hundreds of vet vampire. Kansas City Star. vice order covering preferential ship men ln uniform, commissioned ments Eastward from the Mississippi erans of land, water and air forces, "Dead XnaUt upon TiaYlnr Tr. Tttrj" and adding mine supplies, medicines, arrived here for the second biennial Shot" and tbe drat slit will not tn!t upon bavin aometlilnc ela. A roarDead Shot la all you need slnaU don fertilizers, seeds, newsprint paper and convention of the Military Order of -to rid th of petroleum to the list of commodities the World War. Included In the list avc (TSttra of Worm. A t cent bottl money and lnconvenlcnc. 171 The .if speakers are War Secretary John to be riven priority movement. rott tlm. New Tork City. Adrertleemcnt. paarl St, order, effective at midnight, Septem W. Weeks, General John Pershing, Chief of Staff; Major General James her 20, also permits use of open-toFound at Last. cars for commodities other than fuel Guthrie Harboard, Deputy Chief of A Carrollton Western Exchange citizen who went to the northern is permitted under the ruling of road Staff, and 5InJor General John Archer and building construction material, Lejeune, commander of the United lakes returned last week and con$5,000. States Marine Corps. fessed that he hadn't caught a single ore and mine supplies. fish. Diogenes may now blow on: his Ught and He down to pleasant dreams. noxious weeds or wasto grain, ?jd Boston Evening Transcript. remainder Is made up of usefuil ties or neutral Insects. Assuming! makes a merrv com. Th Services Rendered by the Meadow ample. Is a familiar bird of grassland nn adult lark destroys CO gras? pardon, but a sorry wife. throughout the whole United States. pers a day a conservative estlra Lark Should Be Appreciated by Every Agriculturist Alike on Eastern ineadiws. Western and that five pairs of larks nes",' ' Refreshes ffiary Eyes prairies and Southern savannas, Its senson on every When Your Eres feel Dull There are a number of common clear pipe, as sweet and clean ns sil- where they are not persecut and Heavy, UM MmWu. It birds, to be found on almost every ver, may be heard ln spring announc- number of grasshoppers d!j Clear, BrHtht and farm In the country, whose economic ing the return of th(- - season o dally on such a farm during. Mikotl SparUins. lunnlca. aoid and Ji- Ecommen dedkyAuDtuaUu. means a boon the enllghtenci value cannot be disputed for an In- procreation and growth, st .t, although, unfortunately, many More tnan half the lane's food con must appreciate. farmers do not realize this, writes the sists or narmfuuinsects. its vegeAfrica has' 'only f ourjjjper DnUook. The meadow lark, for ex- - table food IB .'composed .of either d ly well-know.1 1 p Twenty persons, Mexico City among which are thought to be sev eral Americans, were killed and W a d d y The MIddlesboro Elmer Thompson, 20, home of Charlie Rhadman was struck and wife, 22, of Sewanee, Tenn were by lightning, damaging It considerab Estimates Arc Prepared Ford Officials Hopeful killed by lightning on the porch of ly but none of the occupants were their home. Thompson's mother and Washington The Hudget Rureau Detroit, Mich. Officials of th6 Ford hurt. his baby, ln another part of thi house, has begun shaping tbe estimates of Motor Company are hopeful that the were severely shocked. Thompson a Lexington Power to bring suits laborer formerly lived at Hagan, Va. Government expenditures for the fiscal near future will bring developments in year lOUl to keep.-Uitotal outlay the coal crisis that will permit a re against former officials of Fayette within the estimated revenues for the sumption of operations by the huge County to recover all excess salaries Frankfort Henry D. Ormsby, of vear of SUOS.OOO.OOO.DIrector Herbert industry, which closed Saturday, Ed and fees over the $j,000 constitutional Louisville, was appointed by Governor VirtuitJIy all of the ;el"T5. Ford, President of the company. limit upheld several months ago by the Morrow as a member of the board of M. Lord declared. God Will Repay. spending agencies and departments of V saldj The basis of the hope, however, Court of Appeals was asked of the visitors of the Kentucky School for If another - Is unjust or Injurious, divulge. Nothln the Government, he said, have turned Mr. Ford did not Fiscal Court by Spence S. Carrlck, the Blind. Lewis R. Atwood, of Lords, has not God said He would repay? In their Individual estimates JCor next would be left undone, it was said, to county attorney, in a written com ville, recently was appointed to this But we may think Him slow. We may year, and In about two months the find .a way to obtain at what was con unlin cation. post, but was unable to accept. doubt If He will remember and atdetails of the appropriations uecdoJ sldered to be a fair price sufficient tend to ur matters. So we use our will be ready for the President daughter T fuel to reopen the plftnts Paris Beatrice, Paduach Judge Bunk Gardner, of hands and our tongues to give others Mrs. Fount Tankersley, Mayfleld, declared that It Is entirely what we feel they deserve. We "doubt of Mr.-a) Checks Mailed died here from the effects of what up to the superintendent of public In- God and make things worseBe Ion' ' Iclans say was strychnine poison- - struction to Investigate the matte-Checks covering' San Francisco Buffering - nrdallVgi' four weeks' compensation were mall-- , older sister, who Is afflcted the location of the normal sct ed to widows of miners who perished ' had been takln; Murray. So far as he kne 'n the Argonaut Mine disaster, It .tyasf As prepared by the field has taken no hand In tnnounced by Claude W. Fellows, , n. The younger child "Of course," said Jud of the state Industrial Mm-rjarents, secured ths "Mayfleld deplores the r perjitlon .,fund. Checks will be rt commltt' .. f . lilt, P number of the normal school Murray UL IOC Mmnl IH1 TO ,lie UepCIlUL-lllthe school In ward, while at elded views about If victims. The total compensation mine will exceed 5100,000, the weekly checks j suddenly strlc-m- d am concerned, I kr rnnzlnE from $17.50 to $21.50 each, died before any legal action c and the individual compensation t jummoned. Held concernlnr the widows ranging from newly-constructnd v' ttr-ible, -l -- Its Padcahu Fees for the keep of prisoners serving sentences in the county Jail for violation of the state prohibition laws must he paid by (h city, according to passage of a motion by McCracken County Fiscal Court. The motion provides that the county specified. will not pay fees for prisoners serv Flemlngsburg Ed Gleason, report- ing liquor sentences In the county jail after September 1. The county does ed to be under arrest at Dayton, Ky was tried and convicted here twelve not derive any revenue from the fines. years ago, on charge of manslaughter, Hopklnsville The district game and sentenced to serve from one to twenty years In the Frankfort Refor- warden has been here for several days matory. Gleason killed George Court- and has begun to round up men who ney at Ewing, thls county, after the are charged with violation of the game two had bad trouble over Gleason's laws. Already two prominent citizens Gleason hed just married n have been fined $20 each and costs wife. young 'girl of the Ewlng neighborhood for hunting without a license. It Is understock that the game warden has at the time. fifty more other names; most of which Carrollton John Hunt, 34, soldier, are hunting without license, but some shot himself thru the heart with a for exceeding the bag limit and a few shotgun, using a piece of Iron to touch far hunting out of season. off tie trigger. He was to return to Murray Murray, victor in the con aroiy service, having been home on a furlough. He borrowed the gun from test for the location of the new Wesa friend, saying he was going squirrel tern Normal School, feels that It has been. In a sense, misrepresented In a hunting, and telling his wife good-bye- , fired the fatal shot within a block large section of the public press. The of his home. Besides his widow and reason Is that the many advantages one child and two children by a for- which this city offers were not dwelt mer marriage, he Is survived by his on, nor was the fact stressed that Mur of mother, Mrs. Will Hunt, of this city. ray satisfies the recommendation the commission that a smaller city Frankfort Careless expenditure of Is preferable for the location of a state and county funds, unpaid normal school than a large one. teachers' salary, missing record books Paducah Paducah's curfew ordl- and an outstanding indebtedness cance requiring that all persons must which exceeds the limit allowed by be off the streets by 9 o'clock, which law are charged against W. A. An- was adopted as a strike emergency county school super derson, former measure, resulted In the marooning of intendent of Ballard County, by W. L. ninety-sipassengers at the Paducah Threlkeld, school Inspector, who filed whsrt for more, than two hours. The a report covering an Investigation of passengers were aboard the steamers the affairs of the Ballard County Alabama from St. Louis, which ar Board of Education with Sueprlnten- - rived here at 9 20 o'clock and did aot- dent of Public Instruction George Col leave until nearly mldnighL Several vln. Paducahans on board were allowed to closing today go to their homes. Frankfort With the of the headquarters of the Kentucky Whltesburg Elbert Church, 20, Fuel Commission, Governor Morrow young married man, son of William announced that he will be glad to be Church, a farmer of the Pond River notified promptly of any emergency Section, Just beyorid the Kentucky-Virginwhich arises which demands lmmedl border, hissed his wife goodate attention for coal supply. The bye, and walked Into the mountain closing of the headquarters of the com squlr?el Later, young hunting. mission was made necessary by reason Church's body was found, with the of the fact that the Hoover Fuel Com whole top of his head blown off. A mittee,- - Washington. D. C, disbanded forked stick, found nearby, Indicated some time ago, and the Kentucky com- that he may have committed suicide. mission was left without power to con Church had arranged n forked stick, trol cars, and without authortly to en- with which he fired the old fashioned force rules and regulations. shotgun. No cause Is given. x ia 1. By Whom (v. 11 : cf. t. 19). The angel Gabriel appeared and mada, known the good news to Zacharias. This exalted being, the special messenger of God, was sent to make Ud disclosure. While officiat 2. When (w. ing as priest this good news. him. Zacharias must have been defi nitely praying about this very matter (v. 13). As he burned incense, which typified prayer, the multitude without were praying. 3. Characteristics of the Child (tt. (1) Shall be great ln the sight of the Lord (v. 15). Though the people did not greatly esteem him he was highly esteemed by the Lord. This Is Infinitely better than If he had been greatly esteemed In the eyes of men or In his own eyes. This Is the esteem, for which we all should long and pray. (2) Shall drink neither wine nor strong drink (v. 15). The child shall become a Nasarite, separating himself from the sensuous things and dedicating himself to the service of the Lord. (3) Be filled with the noly Ghost (v. 15). The energy of the divine Spirit would enable him to lead the people to repentance (v. 10). (4) Shall go In the spirit and power of Elijah (v. 17). In this power he was to prepare the people for the coming of the Savior and the salvation which He was to bring. III. Zacharias Asking for a SlQn ). j . the aged priest was earnestly praying for the salvation of Israel the. gracious promise of tha angel, which wis the beginning of that salvation, staggered h'J faith. He was unable to believe that that for which he fondly hoped and prayed would be realized. The angel gave Zacharias a sign. He was smitten with dumbness which was to continue rinjl the fulfillment of the promise. Because he refused to pralsu God ln falth or this gracious promise God caused" his tongue to be silent nntll the promfsQ was fulfilled and his lips could open In thanksgiving and praise. Though he was thus rebuked, at the same time his faith was strengthened by the manifestation of the supernatural. God wants ns to trust Him. to believe his promises, no matter how contrary to reason they may, seem. ). IV. The Promise Fulfilled (tt. 57-03- (vv. Although ). When the time came for the birth of John, Elizabeth brought forth a son and the neighbors rejoiced with her. On the eighth day they clrcnmclzed the child and gave him a name according, to the Instruction of the angel (v. 13). The name John was contrary to the family custom. By means of writing Zacharias made known the name which he would have by divine At th!s time God opened Instruction. the mouth of Zacharias and he offered up praise. Y BIRD IS TRUE FRIEND OF FARMER Jlon. It reqty nglnnd some Jeved that a certs' 'ggs only In to yiT required a er pen the egg I good-size- d URlNEs