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BYKO.W ty this week. Mr. Barber has been Tuesday. a member of the Louisville police de" Miss Mary Oudgcll was in Mt. partment for the past several years FOK SAI.K: One man Foul top, also regular Ford top. Call at telling Sunday. and now hold-- , an important position. Outlook ofilce. Andrew Denton, dr., was in Mays-vill- e ; Mrs. Nathan Sorrell celebrated PERSONAL lai-- t Friday. Albert CJark has roamed his work Mrs. Kccm Wells lias been in Cina express messenger. His run will cinnati the last few days. bo between Lexington and Cincinnati. Roger Amuiernian spent Sunday with relative in Cynlhiiiiia. FOR SALE: New four room hou-- e Mis, Sallie Brollicr, of Ml. Sterl mill live i. re,j of IhiiiI in ca- -t end of ing visited friends here Saturday. Ouings .Mrs. Bet tie Atchison and Mrs. Dol- AifTIIUH HOUSEMAN. lie Owings spent Tuesday in- - Mt. ';"nes Snedegar of near Moores" Merlin: Kerr i is very low with typhoid fever Mis Lucille Catlctt left Sunday complicated with pneumonia. for her school, Virginia College at Sheet iron Wood Heaters from AN UNFORTUNATE FAIR her sixty, eighth birthday Sunday 11 --A I .1 IV 111 i!VtrTJ 1 tfsll'l IXJV-CS- " with u family reunion. There were eight children, thirty live grand chilI dren and eighteen great grand children present and more distant relaTin: okoroia tives making in all eighty live guests wry little cooperation from local ffi WITH rilTTDN Itl.OSSOM who enjoyed the day and the delightHi people and did not stand to make And Thirty-fiv- e Minstrel Entertainers ful picnic dinner served on (he lawn. anything out of the affair. Friday morning a number of tho lown'-- t Edw. Clifford, iVlinstrelsy's Premier Barititone CIRCUIT COURT NOTES worthys got their heads together in Circuit Court opened here Monday an attempt to stop the fair, which MATE MULROY DENTON I HANK WHITE Horning with Judge Henry It. Preu li nut with the approval of the major-i- t Save Money Be Comfortable Comedian Dancer Male Soprano I Black Face Etertainer itt, of Mt. Sterling presiding and v of the band, and then another h5nk oj ctuilly tivinj monry witnout navmj; to M Roanoke, Ya. ill represented by Com- hunch of townsfolk met with the j IlKVAKO AMI BLACK I'idelln Hedriek and Miss Florence mtli t?r jcriFccf plesiur er eomfsrt. HW Jeu win hem ibl FACE BAR COMEDY Entertainers !f llDCAKl.O A. T. Byron has returned from a monwealth's Attorney Hamilton an I to io it befjT? Ic pot on b tJoiw, tut et the n tinw nr ind Horseman, daughter of V. T. IIor.-e- -, in members of the band and said that' eddjJ'ccrafortl cut b mjatdt. Larue Byron County Attorney Doggctt. man, were licensed to wed Tuesday. ten day visit to his mui, they could not stop the fair as it nee PRICES-Matiadults 50c, Children 25c, Plus of Indianapolis. GRAND JURY. .i,.! turns nr.- . if. i.n iiiiiiii-c- i.t.l mill full- - . u vaTax Night 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, Charles Horseman ami wife have Get our prices on coal, lumber, Charles Atchison, t'lem Riddle, pecting it to continue and the btiVs 33 ORIGINAL lime and cement before buying. Right returned from a year's stay at o Walter Lowry, Charles Maddox, J. agreed to see it through after they SEATS ON SALE AT LAND & PRIEST'S, Mt Sterling HOT BLAST HEATER prices and prompt delivery. Springs, Colo. W. Shrout, 1). B. Myers, Walter Ilen-dri.- were promised tv5rt H to H Swt h"! ' d n timt (W ef ou dcuU hntinj a measure of local TnE WALTER YOONQ COAL CO opacity. CottwintidlttujMplintlifMhirnnd gtunnte of tKiiHtt. John Atchison, Arnold Mrs. Alice Ferry of Mt. Sterling support. They couldn't stop thereN.iac Crouch, Iewis McCoy, fore had to go on. The merry go has been the guest of her daughter. ls I have about one hundred mil Scott Robertson. & A. T. BYRON round and other riding devices which of seed wheat for hale at $130 per Mrs. Ford Patterson. PETIT Jl'RY. Morgan Atchison expect,, to leave were contracted for failed to put in Report of the Condition of the bbcl. 1,K1 John B. Colliver, Lee Butcher, W. their appearance. The man in charge jyVCffSTJlsiQ& the last. of the week to make hi .1. B.fiOODPASTEK. I. Whaley, Richard Mauley, James CITIZENS BANK IgfMEMBERjSj home in Denver, Colo. of the minstrel show paid nothing T.' Coylc, Orlcy Stephens, Geo. W. Owingsville, Ky. for the privilege of showing owing doing business at the town of Sharp slmrg, county of Bath, State of KenPennsylvania Cacuiim Cup Cord Prof. C. F. Martin was in Carlisle Belcher, Isaac Bailey, James Page. to a loose contract which ho was tucky at the close of business on 15 th day of September, 1922. Casing, $15.75 and ton tested heavy Saturday to attend the funeral of Matt Craycral't, Chester Sncdegar, ur able to override. The lady balloongiven free. tube his Miss Aletha Martin. , Mark Triuuho, Whaley Bailey, Geo. ist RESOURCES made one ascension Friday an .1. It. DAY. John H. Stricklin, of Insko, Mor- Bennett, Tom Gmlgcll, Rennic Horse61,SG7.51 Loans and Discounts gan county, Republican nominee for man. George Hunt, M. M. Mauley, the parachute failing to open fell tFor Rent or Sale from a great height, seriously injur1,421.43 unsecured Overdrafts, secured and Congress was in town Tuesday. Wm. Yanlandingliam, J. H. Alexan ing My farm of 50 acres '4 mile from herself. She has recovered to Due froni Hanks 20,71S.91 Wm. Jones and son, Adrian Dciu-areder, Ed Daugherty, Waller Hcdrick. some extent and it is now believed wingsville on Sharp.-bur- g and Ow. 0,492.40 v "ash on hand of Cynthiana were here several Clav Donohew and J. L. Atchison. wille pike. she will live. The trouble n' 2t days G0.40 checks and other cash items the past week visiting relatives. ED HENDERSON. spoken of was settled by 7,001.60 .. Banking House, Furniture and Fix tures Seriously Injured. Balloonist yj To the Public: Mrs. .1. H. D.iiley and son, Frank, some 'wheel concessions, a jingle' Other Heal Estate 1,786.3C .Mrs. James Chambers, known as Mrs. Robert Motley, of Ercl, was spent Sunday with Mrs. Daily's sisboard, and a gypsy fortune teller, Other Assets not included under any o above heads 11.0R ! The following is a list of tbe goods on display in my taken Monday to a hospital at Lex- ter, Mrs. Broiiton HotTstetter, of Madame Stella Jagier, a balloonist, who was said to have "gypped," out ifi store and store windows. Note that these nr Kpasnrtnhlp was seriously injured here Friday ington for a Mirgical operation. She Carlisle. of money, a few who visited her tp articles which make timely suggestions: . ..Total $105,392.70 was accompanied by her brother, Dr. Mr. and .Airs. Kirby Bradley, of afternoon when a parachute failed These place were closed up. M.s Monarch Self-RisiPancake Flour LIABILITIES J. K. Wells, of Heynoldsville. Joplin, Mo., are visiting Mrs. Brad- to open in an exhibition llight. Shj Eula Warner was Hie only rntrj ,r Monarch Rolled Oats VMv ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. fell from a great height Cornflakes amLPost Toasties the popular lady contest. ifi t .ij tal Slock paid in, in cash ,.. 15,000.00 250 feet into She A complete of heating .slovcs Darnell. New Canned Goods arriving each day &TW3G The fifty yaid dash for girls was Surplus Fund 7,300.00 tempting a double drop, tk. . drop New stocl- - of Peas, Strawberries, Pineapples coal hods, shovels, pokers, and all Mrs. A. N. Crooks, and daughter, Washingtoi won by .Miss .Martha 77G.43 Undivided Profits, less cxik-'c- ; .ed taxes paid Chilli Con Came and n my others are in now. ping from the ballooi. i i .me parastove accessories. l)u(T; 100 yard dash, boys any age, Miss Mary Robinson Crooks, or Mt. Deposits subject to check 82,103.SS chute and then dropping from this E. L. & A. T BYItON. ' These an ail , "ck products Sterling, were week end guests of and are the best ob- by Orvilie Highley; 50 v....' 'as . v . shicr's Checks outstanding . 00.00 S2.103.S3 Hi parachute with another. On the sec- lable. Prices ngnt. friend.--, here. boys under twelve by r v1,. Banks aud Trust Couv:.ii ;nd drop she was too near the earth According to statistic more peoJames Turley ami wife, of Mt. for "the chute to open entirely and erts; Shoe Race, won bv S'aulct ' .. k ple bave been injured by falls on J .. ifi Sterling were visitors here Saturday. she struck a tree limb breaking it off Bailey; 200 yard dash, Doggett Pal...Total... $105,392.70 ii.ird than by all of the They will soon start for Florida to and striking the ground w'ith terrific mer; llroad Jump, and Running ; id steamship lines in this mire- ..o,,.i 4i... niuiLii Uroad Jump both won bv Stunlev i'TATE OF Kb:ITUCKY .ill; force. She was taken to the Owings van.. . r' . t . - tin i h Hi ?h4r. Bailey. Mrs. C. W. Young and House after the accident in an un-1 , i.W-ns, President and Cashier of the School children's special on pocket Gladys have returned from their conscious condition. She regained QUALITY VS QUArlTIl r that the above statement is true Hi HwvS? do solemnly Home of Quality Groceries boc i western trip of two week's and re- consciousness several hours aftercutlery this week, see window dis-- . K the best of our kir ledge and liolief. port a delightful visit. wards and has since improved conplay. .! J A. Ci'l.i rn's Jlinstrels BEX T. WRIGHT, President Miss Nan Steele, who lias been siderably. It is difficult to determine E. L. & A. T. BYRON. Theatre, Jit. Sterling, K Hi T. E. ADAMS, Cashier. visiting relatives in and near town her condition at the present but it Monday night, Oct. 9th, have estwi Subscribed and swon. to before me this 23rd day of September 1920. It has been persistently rumored for several weeks, left for her home is thought that she has not susaiued lished themselves as olassy enterinternal injures. It is thought by tainers, their particular claim fJv My Commission expires Jan. 2S 1920. J. C, VAXARSDELL, Xotarj- Public. that I intend to resign my oflice as in Cincinnati Saturday. Jailer. I want to say to my friends Mrs. E. B. Thompson has relumed the physicians that her spine is in popularity and patronage "Clcai 31 and the public that this is untrue from a month's visit to her cousin, jured and as soon a$ it is possible comedy and Quality" rather thijn Report of the Condition of the iff and that I have never had the slight- Miss Bessie Belle Barton, of Dayton, to move her to a hospital an quantity in numbers, or spectaeiilfj. m EXCHANGE BANK examination will be made. est intention of resigning. Ohio, and other relatives. seenii! display. Combining t)ldtiitc ROBERT ANDERSON. y and Modern Minstrelsy, line singiiL;, doing business at the town of Sharp .sburg, county of Bath, State of rrs.. A. N. Denton and Mrs. T. J. Interesting Reunion ot Kinsfolk. dancing and nothing but' the best Jn at the close of business on 15 h day of Sepiembcr,' 1922: 'ilavcn.s have reiurnert trom a visit f LAND FOR SALE. Ed Barnes and wife had a reunion Minstrel Vaudeville. That brae to their brother, Elzie Richards andJ Hi RESOURCES t A small tract in the tobacco of kinsfolk at their home Sunday. fun that Grandad took firaridimi Uiis family at Portsmouth, Ohio Hi of Indiana. Some good tobacco land; Those present were: Mrs. Caroline witness, the oldtime darkey u- . ',oans and Discounts SS.095.36 Hi Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson Ada i good grtfss land, especially sweet nis and daughters, Mrs. Jennie tho 303.49 latest and best in vocal and i " i Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured clover; a few acres bottom land. have returned to their home in Mil- Ashury, of Springfield, III., and Mrs 4,900.00 Hi cal numbers, the snap and pep f Stocks, Bonds and other Securities waukee after a visit with the for- Mary Near Laurel, Ind., on good road. Anderson, of St. Louiw, Mo., something doing, every minute, u Due from Banks .'. 9,809.23 mer's mother, Mrs. Etna Anderson. George C"A. Buchanan, Laurel, Ind., It. 3. Jackson, of here, J. K. Jack- laugh, jest, song and comedy. 5,200.50 Cash on hand it Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Vunlandingham son and wife, Olympia, Mrs. Jane rehearsals you hear "Cube's snap ji Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 4,000.00 Hi PIE SUPPER. of FIcmingnburg, and G. T. Vnnland-ingha- Jackson, Robert Bristow and wife, to it boys, come, alive, on your toe, 10S.37 Hi Oilier Assets not included under any of above heads There will be a pie supper at Bethof Chicago, visited Mrs. S. Charles Horseman and wife, Colo he is one of the hunch outside, Hi el Saturday night, Oct 7. The pro- E. Hewitt and family Thursday, last. rado Springs, Colo., Mrs. Sam Barthere they must deliver ..y....Total $112,4S3.0d Hi ceeds will be used in buying play Mark Thomas, wife and two ber and son, Ora Barber, Louisville, the goods. This year an all ' no' Hi ground equipment for the school. daughters, Nettie and Mary Alice Mrs. Lila Donohew, Preston, LIABILITIES John company costumes and scenic . ; Hi Everyone come and have a good left Monday to visit Mr. Thomas' Wnrtcn, wife and daughters, Fanni 1 (MEMBERJ m) Hi meat, is said to bo tho best atti.n 20,000.00 in, in cash ','apital Stock paid time and lets give the children a brother, John Thomas and family at ers, Clarence Ulery, Walter Kincaid. tion he has bad. For nearly twenty Hi S.OOO.OO Surplus Fund chance to play. Maysville. Mrs. Robert Bailey. Mrs Caroline live years, each season a better aid 759.04 Hi Undivided Profits, Iess expenses and taxes James Jackson and wife of Jit Adams is SO year old and left here bigger show "Oilc of the best bit Hi subject to cheek $S 1,087.41 100 Keen Kutter pocket knives, Sterling, visited Mr. Jackson's moth- in 1S07. She is the widow of Joe not the biggest,) they are the strojg 00.00 81,087.41 Hi everyone guaranteed, from 15c up 'Cashier's Chceks outstanding $ er, Mrs. Sarah Jackson Saturday Adams, who A'as connected with one favorites in the list of seasons enDue Banks and Trust Companies 2,146.83 Hi $1.25. These are rare bargains, 25 They were accompanied home by of the greatest tragedies that cvr tertainers, 489.78 Hi LAGY-GOONReserve for Taxes yer cent under regular prices. On took place in the county nnd was Mrs. Jackson. a5 mil Oct. 4th to 11th inclusive, sale from Raymond Sncdegar has returned triediand acquitted in the first court .H5 week only. "See window display. $112,483.00 ........Total.. Adrian Duff, sou of James Duff, fron a month's stay in Denver, Col., ever held in the present court house. and wife, of iaaiSHiHiffiHiifiaHiHiHiHiHigHiaffla E..L.& 'XT. BYItON. Shaqisbitrg neighborGeorge Jackson is S5 years old, J. STATE OF KENTUCKY where 'be went to be with iiis. wife, K. Jackson is SO years of age and hood, and Miss Mary Ellen MeCIaui, COUNTY OF BATH who is in the Agnes Memorial Report of the Condition of The Iindiophinc Broadcast station of the same neighborhood, were HurMrs. Jane Jackson is SO years old. for treatment. jWc, F. S. Allen and S. C. Allcu, President and Cashier of the above FARMERS TRUST CO. Wednesday 3 p. m., New York ried Saturday at the home of the named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to doing business at the town of Owing sville, county Giants win the first game in (lie Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beckett, otlieiatiiig minister Kev. It. L. Bailey. Holds Annual Election. of Bath, Stato of Ken, the best of our knowledge and belief. world series, 3 to 2 over the New Worthin'gtoii, Miss Sallie Wort'' tucky, at the close of business on the lath day of Sept. 1922. " u regular meeting of the Royal York Americans. ington, of Mnysville, and Mrs. J. li RESOURCES !. Chapter, No. 02, Tuesday Sept. FOR SALE: S.' C. ALLEN, President house and Li Carpenter, of Millersburg were tlu ' '22, the fololwing on Slate nvenutt Lot contains S. C. ALLEN, Cashier. . ollicers were lot Loans and Discounts 17,225.54 -. Jack Thomas iiad the .bones in his guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shrout 1 for the ensuing year. A. T. 1 acres, good well and outbulid-'gs- 205.95 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of Sept., 1922. lorearm broken bundav morning Sunday. toe. High Priest, Clyde Young, 15,000.00 Stocks, Bonds and other Securities .. My Commission expires Jan. 9, 1920. W. S. LINDSAY, Notary Public. while trying t crank aSFord aulo-- 4 M1JS. MARY F. PERKINS, Dili; from Banks . ......... . 31.2S4.73. Among those from here who at- K'y. Jno. R. Ammcnnan, Scribe, mobile. He hns suffered consider It 1 Hillsboro, Ky, tended the Christian Church Con- F..G. Collins Capt. of the Hosts, C. ably from the injury. n no At a session of the Fiseal Court notc Total ference at Paris last week were Rev. Bj. Martin, Principal Sourjourner, $ 63,716.22 nan Gil Tuesday, Andy Jones was DD . LIABILITIES George Belcher, little son of Wash um, Mrs. U D. Brother, AO. Kimbrough, Royal Arch Capt. Clyde Flanncrv. azed 14 vcars. oiu- Weak, Ailing L. Byron, Master 3rd Veil, W. C. Belcher, has been suffering from County Road Engineer for the enCapital Stock paid in, in cash .......... 30,000.90 Bath county and 3Hss Virgie Kidd, ftMrs- - LesHe Shrout, Mrs. S. M. Estill, suing term of two years. Mr. Jones I. y, Master 2nd Veil, E. M. Shrout tonsiliti. . Surplus Fund ..........L...... ........ ....... 10,000.01) age 21 years, of Elliott county, were I""1 ilrs- - uanm 1 '!". has Riven general satisfaetion as an .AMer 1st Veil, 11. J. Daily, Treasup t Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid i. If 9,115j54 married Sept. 25.-- xiowan uouniy fr .Mrs. u. 11. liurst ana. uaugM r. should take n officer during his pasd term. rer-, C. A. Ulery Secretary, J. F. DO Other Liabilities not included under anv of above heads .. 14.600.6S News. Ambrose UJery has been fpiitc ill Winchester, and H. M. Swetna u ConVrs, Sentinel. at his home on Slate avenue for sevCovington, visited their sisters, Mia. John Mcllvain. "Sl. C. A. ULERY, Secretary. . Total eral da vs. $63,716.: I am prepared to examine and fit Laura Kash and Mrs. Ben Arnold John Mcllvain, aged 72 years, died STATE OF KENTUCKY your eyes with glasses. No charge several days last week. Thiy left pionday at his home in the Peeled T; iWoman's Club held its regu-la- s COUNTY OF BATH FOR RENT: My house on Main Oak neighborhood. Mr. Mcllvain for examination and glasses must for home Saturdny. Mr. Sw nr. ," loi'dy in'ing Mondav after- street. paralysis fit jjou and satisfy you or no sale. suffered n of We, J. B. Ooodpaster and E. L. Byror reldeut and Secretary of the suffered a stroke of paralysis seven I uoo .ei: ( i;b room. The host- a MRS. JOHN A. DAUGHERTY. above named Bank, do solemnly sw car t mt the above statement is true years ago from which he never re s. d.'thompson, time ago n s considerably imp-- tli I'lernoon were Mrs. W. Woman's Tonic nn i cd. to the best of our knowledge and belief Registered Optometiist. covered aud had been almost helpless li. Wild, and Mrs. Earle "Phelps. A -- L. lu entitled "The World's Arts'' Espy Barber has been sufTefhrtt ever since. He was known as a good .PASTER, President pre S'1- - J. Sold Everywhere I from an attack of tonT.ittli-- fRrnnt Ten thousand Knnfn, iizen. He is survived by his wife. tobacco sticks -jt BYROX, Set rstary. I" jStedegar and wife, four sons aau two daughters. He 00 .for sale.. Wi Subscribed aai. sworn to before ,me th - ':i of Septeas er, 19221 an 3 Cn,. . 1, buried-a- t $1.50 p oir 00K $1.50 PER YEAR. the P ts graveyard. ftiUack of flu. ."inn My Commission erplrt' Jan-1- 3 19- JJJCALT. ''VIXG, Xotary Public, v ' I " The street c.i ueld here las week brought big ci.iwd on Friday and Saturday 4iid large crowds were here cery night. Merchants and con- eessionaires all did well. The event was given under the auspices of tho local band for the purpose of raising money to defray expenses. A little money was made probably $100 tc $125. The band soon found out after starting the thing that they had : j I g THEATRE MT. STEELING MiVTINEEy NIGHT V "1,"J,UULiv7 I urn IJ.A. COBURN'SI M NSTRELS I-TOL.T T)AjST g HJrYy""1 ROLE'S v, Good-paste- in tm-hc- - g the 1 .- e, I Window and Interior Display ng ( I i . s 1 t- R. C. BYRON vJ '.' ,e X-r- Ken-luck- FALL GOODS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY OUR ln-l- - S Coat Suits, Dresses, Fall Coats in all new cloths and shades. Prices verv attractive. Call and let us show you. r v i i paid-Depos- its S & CO. s"a:ii-toriu- m S, j-,- '1 i- 11-1- G WOMEN i w y CARD (11 Ik ? - B- r I 1 Jy (7 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGS. L.LE. KY Bowling Green Mrs. Jennie Crump, of Smith's Grove, this county, fell on a wet pavement during a rain near her home, breaking her left hip. She Is the widow of William Crump. IMPROVED UNIFORM DiTERKATIOHAL Jne Good Merchant in Every Tqwii A' REBELS SET UP RULE IN ATHENS ARE CR1LS FOR A REPUBLIC HEARD AMONG THE REVOLUTIONARY ARMY MacMillan Back From Baffin Land TURKS YIELD TO BRITISH DICTUM WILL RESPECT NEUTRALITY STRAITS, PENDING ARMISTICE CONFERENCE OF yMtabliah a profitable and permanent Kentucky News Callings Ah pltomm of the matt Important mvmnta transpiring throughout thm state ,busineaaon limited capital through the f 5ALL5 METHOD SundaySchocl " 'L. DOUGLAS 'nenReierreSystem .mb arranged fT roar flt, and throegb It .fits Are Guaranteed , Women's. Boya' Sboea .lew plan of distribution Sv r "Disturber Political EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS lohaadlathu groat aatioually ad rertlfed product. AardeaJerwBoaell aboea ran lnereaae lilt proflu by adding W L. Douglaa aboee to bla Una. Hl$h quality, eat werkraaaebip coupled a lew prteee and lateat' and' nukii in tarn-ore- r Mir aelea tmall lureatraent. rre-'-of roar k eiprtwn and freight, 10 e rt per lr allow-weMlaeVaalpr-l- , and bonded SI boar of the ptI aerrlee belp lnereaae proflu and make e lareataaeata aaneeeeaary. Write now for .leg and fall Information. If tbere la no jrtaa dealer rn roar town you may be awarded it's Deaglaa afeoea are tbe of Orders" Regardless of Affiliation to Be Punished All the Strategic Points In the City Leaders Received With Enthusiasm. y Athens. A "ProvMimal iterolutlon-arCommittee" lias boon formed and has issnetl the following proclamation : "An accord having been reached with the Trlantalllhikos Government, who resigned, the Provisional itevolullon-arCommittee will assume power with the least possible delay. "Until now It has been relying for PPMPMRPP KcniC.ITlDC.lv No other eboea can equal W I. Dowrlu In Quick aalaa. beeaaae peopleeall for them. Thereanltaof tbla adrertlainc anfl 46 yeara of boneat aboemaa lixg raeaaa aalea and pruflta for yon. WX.DSUSLAS b r..rnhMbeenapentln adT,rtlaln Aatt ! Tat trt E Im fri nnxWal Sm. CO, IS SeirV Street BrotUcn, Mtu aboea. ysnr Dealer for as flAGARAr La BLUE RIBBON" the maintenance of order and the protection of all citizens, without exception, upon the patriotism of the Hellenes and the ardent desire of the people for reconcllllatlon and bridging over the chasm a desire the revolutionary party espouses. "Disturbors of orders, to whatever political party they belong, will bo punished In accordanco with Itcvolu-tionary Committee." "WALL PAPERS Mala. I Ask rr fUanfa. Bwu W.Ww t&ift sWl af KWM IrtUvtMfk tm -- ' T .VttUU WAU WEI tt Mspn fa, M.T.- -J It Is reported that a section of the revolutionary army Is imbued with the Idea of a republic, and that the accession of King (I corse may be accompanied with dilhVulties. An Impressive dem- mor cwvatecd Cte and 56c) , full OutmjbtV) tad Ho SapportcnlftDaiM, Hm'i rtr N rubbrr to rot from heat or .wrsU. BrooM RurtkM Spring glv th stretch. ASK YOUR OCAtXR. If b eaftt npplr 700, wt5 dlrert, ffirac drlft't bum. At? tm -- ubsjotut Look for ffuuuotM UN Gt ram proofed oa bocil. Writ for tor? of asd A SUSPENDERS J. Spring Etrrtch. STSCCN ftUSFaKOOt COMPANY W Hs, ! r-l Us- .- JfW Adrian, Mkha Dsvpt. C onstration took place In the city today. Thousands of persons, including troops, paraded the streets, singing and acclaiming Venlzoles and waving portraits of the former 1'remlor. The throng marched to the French Legation, crying, "Viva France I" The revolutionists have occupied all the strategic points and the Ministries. Colonels Flastlras and Gohatas, leaders In the revolution, entreed Athens at the head of their troops and were received with enthusiasm. Hazing Is Under Ban Im Enston, Penn. Hazing In all forms Lafayette College has been ordered STAINLESS at be abolished by the Student Coun-dWHITE to it was announced, as the result of the rough handling last week of Bobert Cunningham, a member of the freshman class. Cunningham went to his home at Morrlstown, N. J., and a committee appointed to investigate data Wlife Oaahaear Waffle Stoi CbtAiag If you aufFrr from Wee or Hemorrhoids of any LmJ the affair Is awaiting his return beaend for a Jar of ALBASAN and srt quick rtlltf. fore any action Is taken against those ALBASAN relieve where othera hare failed. We guarantee that If you are not aarifed with the who participated In the hazing. money will reaulra fair be refunded. ALBASAN la aotd and cliacribured only by the Albaaan Company. Sent direct to anr addreat on receipt of lljOOL SEND TODAY for a jar of thU dean, avfiire. stonuVn and efidenr olnrment to L obtained after a trial, rout Train Service Annulled Washington. More than 100,000 miles of tram service was annulled during the recent rail strike, according to statistics compiled and made public by the Ballway Mall Service. Hubert C. Work explained, in making public the statistics, that postal employees throughout the showing In handling malls In the face of unprecedented difficulties." Sixteen Die In Clash. uPontBulWlns: THE ALBASAN COMPANY Wilmlncton.DL to replace old.y aboald be rrow-luall tbe time. Will U TVB wm m " Hair today It's Toele Coat set bald, ret a aaoeh aaare pleaaa&t. At all rood drarftat. 9e me direct froaa HUlCttla. (WlA. laila 1mm. New Hair w - it w " WANTED MEN AND WOMEN who want to rnaka eatra money aelllnr Toilet Uruabaa I'rtOD-UCTand Dnutlata' Sunrirlea. Write O-It Hudeon St, NEW TORK CITT and Da Tuor Own llematlteblnx Attacbmant nta any machine. JMO, buttonhole. IS: hand embroiderer. I I.lo. Areata wanted, btenbenaon. Zz Qniney St ChlcaaTO. country established "a remarkable ldlea. rieoUnc Sweet Young Gardener. Numbered among my acquaintances Is a Tery sweet young woman who, like many other maidens, during thls year became obsessed with the desire to hare a little garden of her own, and being like raost young woraeyi, very fond of pickles, she tripped J&ayly one lay Into a store where fcey sold gar--n and flower seedt and wanted to pow If they kept any pickle seed. Wallace, ?cretary of Aviculture Vashlngton Star. iase take jr El Paso, Texas. Sixteen men were killed and several wounded when In a battle near ProvidepfW, Chihuahua, between rebels, headed 17 General Roiallo Hernandez, and Federal troops, commanded by Major Carlos Aceveuu. Details of the fight were received at the military headquarters In Juarez from General Eugunlo Martinez, commander of troops in Chihuahua. Sun Cure A Success Augusta, Maine. Success of the sun cure not only for bone and glandular VVhaaeVriean, "Absent-Mlndetuberculosis In children, but for tbe "Flappers In Floppers," Is as neat a pulmonary forms as well was an headline as we've seen this season. nounced at 'the opening session of the By the way, a correspondent sends us New England tuberculosis conference tbe following, which he found in the by Drs. Cole B. Gibson and John F. writings of Jonathan Swift: "Absent-minde- d O'Brien, Connecticut. The speakers people always kept a flapper are superintendents of the only state In the family as one of the domestics." sanatoria for children In America. Boston Transcript, . a He Knew. rhapsodlcally asked the pre"Ah I" siding elder, "who really knows what k little boy like this one Is thinking?" "I do," replied Gap Johnson of Bum-pu- s Uldge. "And after you're gone I'm going to lick the thunder out of him for it" Kansas City Star. In Overalls, Crack Safe. Brandon, Manitoba. Six robbers, clad In overalls and wearing peaked caps, entered the Union Bank at Moosomln, Sask., blew open a vault and then an Inner safe and escaped with $8,000 In cash, but did not touch any bonds. Admits Double Murder SHE DYED A SWEATER, SKIRT AND CHILD'S, COAT New Xork. Edward Hodnctt walkWITH "DIAMOND DYES" ed Into police headquarters and announced himself as the person who Each package of Ditmond Dyes" con- shot and killed Mrs. Lillian Schmidt go simple any woman can tains directions and Bernard Rossner In a room on the dye or tint her worn, shabby dresses, East Side, i Hodnett, who is 22 years skirts, wiirts, costs, sVxkings, sweaters, eoverings, draperies, hanginca, everything, old, said the shooting was accidental. even if she has never dyed before. Bay "Diamond Dyes" no other land then Bank Loot $37,850.00 perfect home dyeing 1s sure because Diamond Dyes are guaranteed not to spot, Cincinnati, O. A haul of $37,850. fade, streak, or run. Tell your druggist d of which was cash and the whether the material you mh to dye is woo or rilk, or whether it is linen, cotton remainder negotiable Liberty Loan bonds, was obtained by fire heavily or mixed goods. Advertisement. armed men, none of whom was maskEnglish Dally for Jerusalem. ed. In a spectacular daylight hold-u- p Jerusalem soon Is to have a dally and robbery of the Hamilton County newspaper published In English. It Bank, 2S00 Woodburn Avenue. vill be owned and edited by an American woman, Mrs. Catling of New Judge Backs Girl, 15 York, who has spent several months New Xork Fifteen-year-olEllen ln'Palestine studying local conditions. Bamett was supported by Justice Mrs. Gatllng has pa I $250,000 for a Brooklyn Supreme of building to be used for her venture. Court, In tbe her refusal to leajre her presses and other mechanical The Chicago and to equipment for the paper are now on adopted parents In their way out from the United States? mann, to her mother, Mrs. Mary Neuof Brooklyn, from whom she more than 14 Watch Cutlcura Jmpreve Your Skin. had been separated for chlldreV was years. Ellen, one of six On rising and retiring gently smear mother, when the face with Cutlcura Ointment adopted was Inher hospital, destitute In 1907. 111, a Wash off Ointment In five minutes and Soap and hot water. It Seven years later the mother remar with Cutlcura Is wonderful what Cutlcura will do ried and brought back five children to for poor complexions, dandruff. Itching lire with her. end red rough hands. Advertisement Teachers Quit Legion Post in Korea. West Frankfort, HI. Nearly 100 As application has Just been re6Cbool teachers who have ceived for a charter for an American elementary any pay abandoned their Legion post In Korea by the Legloh'a sot received There are IS dassas and sent 3,800 children to their national department persons eligible for membership in homes for ah unexpected vacation of Korea and the application bears all vndetennlned duration. The schools the names. Tbe local post will bar are In two townships. Dinning and Frankfort The action of the teachers its post In Korea, and Is being orgai lzed by M. L. Swlnehart, treasurer of resulted from the defeat by voters of tbe Southern Tresbyterlan mission in a $61,000 bond Issue, designed to de-that country. In his letter accompany- fray a school deficit and to pay teaching the application for a charter, Mr. ,r'a salaries. The Issue was defeated Swlnehart said: "Please have the ap fey 6S3 votes. plication acted upon as quickly as pos sible, as we have good reason for wanting to get busy and get the pos' organized Into a going concern." one-third re-to- WERE IN SAME LINE OF BUSINESS it Method Is a time-save- One Occasion, at Least, When Extortionate Paris Restaurateur More Than Met His Match. KeepYbur Honlthy EVes Clean - Clfsor aWte M.A r Morning hi. r .a i ' Tpi. The owners of restaurants In Paris ttre no more scrupulous than their American brethren, and Paddltlon of tip. one Is likely to be as unreasonable as the bin of the other. However, L'tTplnlon of Paris prints an anecdote which. It avers, is "rJEOureusemeni an Frankfort KstIU J. Hitchcock, wub the courthouse that he drank the poiappointed Justice of the neiice for the son. Prompt medical aid soon restorThird Magisterial District of Boyd ed him. Constan innple. Kemullst forces county. have orciii!Ml without oirpositlon posiFrankfort The deflclt In the gen tions in tho regions of Dumbrek, Frankfort-Mr- s. Ida S. Ward, was eral fund of the state treasury has been reduced $0735.59 since Septem Lumpsakl, YuUiJllnr nnd Sangakell, all appointed police Judge of Rochester 1, It was by State Treas In the neutral zne of the Dardanelles. by Governor Morrow. She was elect- ber James A. stated urer Wallace. On Septem This Is the fifth violation of the zone. ed by the City Council to 1111 the posi ber 1, the general fund was overdrawn Kemon.striiiiees by the British officers tion. $350,5)02, and the overdraft was $2S9,- failed to stay the advance of the 107.TO. State finance officials estiTurks. British jgS were posted YosemltL Howard Claypool, 19, mate that the overdraft should comthroughout the Invaded territory. who shot and Instantly killed James pletely disappear. Constantinople. Possible war be- Adams, was held without ball In court tween Great Britain and Turkey at to await the grand Jury. Frankfort Ten Kentucky National Adams least was temporarllj averted by an leaves a wife and four children. Guardsmen of Company K, Livermore, eleventh hour dechiratlon of the under command of Capt. Oren Coin, g Kemallsts that they would respect the Hazard County Judge Joshua A. were ordered to Central City by neutrality of the straits pending an Smith olllclally called for a bond IsAdjt-GeT. W. Woodyard. under armistice conference. The declaration sue of $500,000 for road building. A orders of Governor Morrow. The men relieves the situation which even the largo part of this amount would he will report to First Lieutenant Camspent In the construction of Perry eron British had admitted was critical. A. Brown, who Is in command of The Nationalists now are on both County's part of the Kcntcuky-Vlr-glnl- a Highway from Lexington to the fifteen guardsmen on duty in lb sides of Chnnak, flanking the British county. l'otindgap, a. both east and west. The Chanok area, however. Is within the range of fire Harrodsbiirg While taking care of Lexington The modern dance, joy from the dreadnoughts, and the British the baby a little son of riding. Improper dress, especially at 15. MiicMHInn. Capt. Donald arctic explorer, and the schooner Bowdoln are confident of being able to hold Mr. and Mrs. Will Carr went Into the tbe bathing beach, legalized gambling on which he and his expedition huve Just returned from an exploration of their position there. barn lot The lad was knocked down and motion pictures were scored in a Baflin Land. MiicMHInn Is holding one of the dogs thnt were In a message to Kemal Pasha at by a large hog that trampled the baby report of a committee on "public morwith the expedition. Smyrna, General Harlngton urged an and Injured Its head severely. The als" at the closing session of the one early meeting of the British and boy was also palnft.hy Injured. annual hundred and Generals nt Mudanla or Ismld session of the Elkhorn Baptist AsBLAST TO LI IS NEAR 150 KING CONSTANTfN as the most effective way of reaching Bowling Green Robert Crump, a sociation, composed of thirty-threfarmer, lost his stockbarn, three miles chrurches In seven Cenrtal Kentuc-Lightning Strikes Italian Fort Maga- an amicable understanding In the present difficult situation caused by the south of Bowling Green on the Small-hous- e ABDICATES THRONE zine, Injuring Hundreds of Soldiers Kemalist advance In the pike, by Are, entailing a loss of Dardanelles. Frankfort All of the public Insti Spezla, Italy. The number of dead The message, which was most con- $3,000. The livestock was rescued. will reach 144 In the explosion at ciliatory In tone, declared It would be with the exception of one hog. Hay tutions In Franklin County were PRINCE TO SUCCEED FATHER AS Falconara Fort, near here, according a pity at the present Juncture to allow and some feedstuff were damaged. found to be In good condition and well BEARER OF TROUBLED In the report of the Franklin County to available lists. Several hundred local occupations on the straits to Jeop- The origin is unknown. GREEK CROWN have been Injured seriously. A ma- ardize peace. grand Jury made to Judge Sam Hurst jority of the victims still are buried Prior to announcement that the KeFrankfort Tvo farmer Labor can here. The jury returned thirty indict Sections Of The Army In The Aegean beneath the wreckage. Fifteen hunIslands Revolt Ministry Also Quits dred tons of explosives were stored In mallsts would respect the neutrality of didates for Congress have filed notifi ments most of which were not made the straits Hauild Bey, the Angora rep- cation and declaration papers with public because of the fact that defenRevolts the deep tunnels of the fort Martial Law Proclaimed The Reported to be of Political Nature. entire top of the hill on which It was resentative, said to the correspondent: Secretary of State Fred A. Vaughan. dants have not been apprehended. "The Kemullsts naturally will come They are II. H. Seavy, of Corbin, of The Jury recommended that the patrol located was blown away. across the neutral London. King Constantlne bus abthe Eleventh District, and Merman F. system ot repairing county highways The explosion was caused by light- they have not the slightest zones, but Young, Intention of of Louisville, of the Fifth Disdicated In favor of the Crown Prince, ning striking the explosives. be adopted by the Fiscal Court firing upon the British according to an Athens dispatch to Pitiful cries for aid are heard com- zones. If, however, occupying those trict. the British move the Central ' News. ing from beneath numerous heaps of Louisville Fifty out of every 100 Louisville Gambling at the State Athens. King Cnostantlne told your debris, but though the rescue work Is against us we will be forced to reply." deaths In Kentucky result from a pre Fair came to an abrupt halt when, on correspondent of the Associated Press proceeding actively. It will be a long complaint or citizens to the Board of ventable disease, according to one f Twins' Hang Selves that he would stick to the throne un- time before the last victims are exPublic Safety, notice was given to the educational exhibits being made In longer tricated from the wreckage of the Imtil his people told him they no where paddle the grandstand building at the KenPassaic, N. J. Residents of Passaic every concessionaire wished him. mense number of houses which were diand Little Falls who knew Charles wheels, games of chance or similar tucky State Fair by the extension Athens. A crisis is rapidly develop- razed. are operated, that arrests vision of the College of Agriculture devices ing. The King has proclaimed martial Troops, firemen and civilians are nnd James Westervelt feel certain It would follow If the devices were conat Lexington to show the need and law. Eight thoussind troops at working bard to clear away the wreck- was their bodies which were found tinued In operation with any element Importance of keeping the grounds have revolted. Insisting on a age. Their task is an almost super- hanging from a tree near Gorham, of chance. around the farm and home In a clean Maine. They were Inseparable and change In the Government. Sections human one. were known here as "the twins," alOwensboro Hardin Tanner, 37, was condition. of the army In the Aegean Islands though no one here was sure they shot and probably' fatally wounded also have revolted. They demand AMERICAN SPURNS CROWN Glasgow Hamp West, merchant at were twins. They left their home by William Lysle, 45, at a mining that the King abdicate. Part of the wounded army In Thrace demands that the King Has No Aspiration To Reign Upon September 0, saying they were going camp near Deanfleld, Ohio County, Ky. Stovall Crossing, shot and on a trip for their health. Those who Lysle was arrested by the sheriff ot Lon Pursley, wealthy farmer of the Join the army there. Throne of Greece, Declares Former knew them appear to think that the Ohio County and was lodged In the same section, here. The men were The Ministry has resigned. Mrs. Leeds fear of being separated by death county Jail at Hartford, on a charge driving In the southern part of town reThe officers and troops who Paris. "I have no nsplratlon to rdgn prompted them to die together. of shooting with intent to kill. lie when the shooting took place. West volted at Salonlca have sent word to claims self defense. Athens Insisting on the imprisonment upon the throne of OregjB Neither claims they were In an argument and Two Bandits Are Killed V will of several of the former Premiers, In- has my husband, who lT he thought Pursley was going to shoot Hickman Contract for the con him. Pursley claims that there had cluding M. Gounaris and M. Straltos, refuse the throne If It Is offeri him," Eureka Springs, Ark. Two unidenwho are held to be responsible for declared Princess Christopher, formerstruftlon of 350,000 yards of levee been no trouble and that he did not the adverse campaign. They also de- ly Mrs. William B. Leeds, of New tified bank bandits were killed, one was work within the St. Johns Levee and know West was mad until he shot him. wounded fatally and two were shot at Drainage Dlstrlqt was mand a change In the Government York. awarded to Iff the noon In a running battle "My of Memphis when bids Tbe bullet struck Pursley and the establishment of a neutral adopted heart bleeds for my unhappy after the five had looted with citizens Winter-Roaccountry," she continued: "but the First Na- for the work were opened by the Mis breast Cabinet. tional here Impirtant contingents of the army neither Prince Christopher nor myself $X,000Bankbonds. of $25,000 money and sissippi River Commission. The aver Money and bonds age in Hopklnsvllle Two new rural mall heights of the work Is sixteen feet on th! islands of Mitylene, Chios and will return there until the country v. re recovered. All members of the again becomes normal. routes are to be established In ChrisCrete also have revolted and the price Is 18 cents per yard. Thpy sont Ss not true that I gave mone; guut;, six In uumber, were killed or tian County, absorbing one of the presan airplane over Athens which re- to "It E. G. Smith, Cashier of . assist the Greeks In the war against captured. ent routes. Route "o. 6 Is to be abLouisville Plans for the recrultln: leased pamphlets demanding the ab- the Turks. I was opposed to the war the bank, sounded the alarm by step- of a pigeon company In Louisville, to sorbed and In Its place will be a new-Ndication of the King, the removal of from the start, and so was King Con ping on a section of tbe bank floor be made up of the regular quota of ap ft which will take In considerable the Ministry and active continuance stantlne, but Premier Venlzelos, pusbJ connected with the bell. proximately 220 men, with more than new territory in the northwest part of of the war In Thra""!. eu into it by England, began uie war 3,000 homing pigeons for use In the the county. No. J, an aaaitionai rouie All the revolts are reported to 6e which my brother-lntTo JJe Scattered signal service In war time, are being for this postofflce, will be started Novof an entirely political nature. was forct- ,to craylj . ember 1, and will take over another k. The ashes of Mrs. Marie made by officers of the Organized part of the old No. 6 and reach Into Prince iirw' made a slmila ' In Louisville, with the aid Preacher Ousted 3wartz, niece of the late Wll-- . Reserved declaration th .t would refuse tt territory east of town. The postofflce e Sohmer, Controller of First LIuet. John K. Shawvan, of Chicago Bev. John H. Williamson, accept the throne If it devolved upoi discontinued when the (York State, who died at her the Signal Otllcers Ileserve Corps, at Carl will be In operation. him by the failure of the Crown Prlnct $10,000-a-yea- r Chicago's "law en to accept new routes are pigeon expert. in Brooklyn, will be scattered forcer," was dismissed by Mayor Wil g tbe flowers of "grandmother's Peters, governliam Hale ("Big Bill") Thompsan. The Sam Lexington Frankfort The Inspection which reIn Prospect Park, If her last Shoots Girl; Kills Self Sheets, minister, who was appointed to the In the indictment of former ment distillery guard; KJrtley whh is carried out Mrs. Sohmer- - sulted unique position eight months ago, re cotspany guard; Jerry Blxler, superwas a County SupL E. B. nemphlll by the New York. Driven to desperation SV,artz, who was cremated, Judge Distillery, ceived a letter from the Mayor by griat lover of flowers often was Knox Circuit Court was made by W. intendent ot the Old her continued refusals of when he reached his office. The dis- of marriage, Murray Levlson his offers sein In park gardens. and Fmnkfort were arrested by Dep L. Threlkeld, state Supt George Col shot and Da missal of the "law enforcer," whose seriously wounded Nina DIgnura, chovln said. The audit covered the re- uty United States Marshal Flint duties have been extremely vague and rus girl, and then killed himself. The Volcano Again In Action cord of Hemphill from January, 1018, vis on warrants charging tnem witn rob the disundefined, was the climax of differ shooting took place In the girl's apartto June 30, 1021, and disclosed an al conspiring with others to ences with Police Chief Charles C ment tillery of fourteen barrels ot whisky. tome. The Stromboll volcano, on leged discrepancy of $10,177.17 which Fltzmorris. an Island of that name off the coast the state superintendent recommend Thev executed bonds for $5,000 each Betsy's There With Goods! of Sicily, has resumed activity, emit ed that tbe Knox County school board for their appearance In Lexington for "Sassos" Chief; Suspended Tneir arrest trlaL ting ashes and lava, accompanied by recover. The Inspection charged that preliminary Ottawa. Champion of the terrific explosions. Inhabitants of a horse, blanket, saddle, typewriter brought the total arrests In connecEverett Mass. Because he received shore In and other things were bought without tion with the case to len. a curt answer to a telephone call and universe Is the title claimed by off- tho Island have rushed said other citizens complained of sim- icials of the experimental farm here caie It is necessary to leave. proper authorization. will Pndiieah Court proceedings ilar treatment, Mayor Christopher Har- for Betsy, a White Leghorn hen. Betrison suspended for one week without sy has laid an egg a day for 107 days Titled Briton Expires Frankfort Immediate abandonment probably be invoked to determine the pay Nathan Nichols, City Treasurer. without a miss. school cniiuren of PIcadome High School, In Fayette right of thirty-thre- e London. Earl Spencer, one of the County, and placing of public schools residing In Llttlevllle Inside the city The Mayor said the City Treasurer Germans Are Stirred terminating, hung up," the talk. larzest land owners hi Great Britain, of the county within legal reach of itmiro tn Attend a county school Im beall pupils by some means or other. Is Mayor Harrison had not made known Berlin Commenting on the recent dial. He owned 27,000 acres and was urged upon Supt George Baker and mediately outside the city limits Mc- his identity. the sixth Earl Spencer. His son, Al cause of a contract made by the In Japanese newsannouncement the Fayette County Board of Educa papers that Dr. Paul S. Relnsch, for- bert Edward John Spencer, who was a tion by State Supt George Colvin In Prneken Fiscal Court with the scnooi Dismisses War Fraud Jury Cattatn In the World War, will suc a letter made public here. The pupils board. Validity of the contract Is at mer United States Minister to China, to the title. of PIcadome should attend the Lexing- issue since it Is disputed by tne scnooi Washington. The special grand jury trad gone to Peking as financial ad- ceed ton city High School, the superinten- officials. The children have been de which was convened last May by act viser to the Chinese Government the Suffocated By Salt dent believes. The Fayette situation nied the right to attend the county Congress to Investigate alleged war Allgemelne Zeltung says it Is Importof grew out of the sale of trucks by school, it Is charged. The scnooi was tofrauds and which handed down a ant for Germans to recall that "this Kansas Clty, Kan. Martin Plate- - which the county In recent years hunt- nnrl nalrl for by the Fiscal Court tal of IS Indictments after Inquiry man who, day and night n 1017, ness, 05 years. old, packing company transported children to the consoli and delivered to the school board in Into sales of surplus lumber and the bored away at Chinese Government employee, was suffocated by salt when dated schools. This, according to the accordance with the contract whereby Old Hickory Powder plant was dis- circles until he achieved the stage that superintendent has left some children a high pile which he was shoveling beyond legal reach of the children might attend scnooi. missed by United States District At- produced China's declaration of war collipsed and buried him. tbe schools. torney Peyton Gordon. on Germany." County Lexington Forty Nelson Cynthlana Bert Beagle and James Laundry Work on Top Sturgeon, accused of an attempt to enwn.A- - aefomnnnlprl hv ConntV Acent Army Appropriation-WashingtoMargaret Wilson Accuser wreck an L. & N. passenger train. C. L. Hill, recently joined In an auto Army appropriation Harrisburg, Penn. Laundry work were tried in Juvenile Court here and mobile tour whicn iook tnem to we New York Miss Margaret Wood-ro- was one of the most hazardous occupa estimates for the next fiscal year, callCollege of Agriculture farm at Lexlng- ing for the present strength of 12,000 Wilson, daughter of former Presi- tion! In Industry In Fensylvanla dur acquitted. Both boys proved an alibi. tnn nnd nther nolnts of Interest in we officers and 125,000 enlisted men, will dent Woodrow Wilson, appeared In lng the first six months of this year, After Inspecting Columbia Hon. Sam Lewis, who bluegrass section. be submitted to the Budget Con- Essex Street Court as the complainant on the basis of accidents covered by ousted from the chairmanship of the various lines of work being caragainst William Cook, negro window the report of the Workmen's Com was Republican ference with the assertion of Secrethe Executive Committee ried on at the college farm, the tary John W. Weeks and his advisers cleaner, whom she charged with theft pensation Bureau, made public Of of Adair County, August 7, and who continued their trip to proraln that deterioration In the military es- of a $100 gold watch and curtains and 60,231 Industrial accidents reported up Sixty had appealed to the State Central nent farms In that section. tablishment will continue unless the curtain rods worth $40 from her apart- to Jaly 1, 13,501 occurred in laundries, from Campbell County, Regulars are restored to the strength ment in Greenwich Village. Miss Wil- the largest number In nny Industry. Committee, has announced that he fnrrn bovs County Agent H. F. Link, of 13,000 officers and 150,000 men. son, who told the Court she was a Public service accidents were second will not contest the action of the headed by County party at The War Department, It was explain- student, declared the articles dis- In tbe list, 10,787 being reported dur- local committee and has resigned the Joined the relson chairmanship. Lexington. no option In presenting Its appeared after Cook cleaned the win- ing the first six months. ed, had figures. dows of her apartment Louisville Tbe Sinking Fund ComPlnevllle Jesse Hayden was seri mission made public figures on tax ously lnlured and seven other occn Fraud Scheme Florida Judge Removod Young Couple Slain collections from the Kentucky Jockey nants of an auto hurt when It slde-New York Three officials of the Club, showing that the organization swlped a telephone pole In an effort Crager System, Inc., whose New York Tallahassee, Fla. Judge J. R. JohnNew York Mrs. Lillian Schmidt 23 has paid the city a little less than collision witn ano to avoid a heau-ooffice was raided by Federal officials son, of St Lucie County Court, who years old, a pretty blonde, and Ben $30,000 for the privilege the club ex- ther machine. on charges that they bad ,used the recently ruled that state authorities Jamlu Rosner, 27 years, also married, maercises In operating malls to oetraud investors throughout could make no arrests In prohibition were found mysteriously slain, in a Covington Curtis Gent. 23, charged the country of $1,000,000, were re cases unless the liquor involved had Greenwich Village rooming house. chines during the spring and fall meet- with murder at tiazaro, ivy, was ar leased on $10,000 ball each for ex been determined by analysis to be In- Evidently lured to the room by Its ings. Cash collected by the Sinking rptpi with two companions bv De amination October 10. Meantime au- toxicating, has been removed from of- occupants, known to police, the voting Fund Commission from all source? fectives James Hlgglns, Mason Par lies for the spring and fall meeetlng-amountethorities resumed their search for 13 fice by Governor Cary A. Hardee. couple was sjiot down and the ker and John Drees as they ap other men named In the warrants as The removal order, it was learned, dragged under a bed. Roomers ..i the to $29,475, which include proached the Covington end or tin ' more than 1,500 coun house say they heard no shots and U censes on parties to the fraud. Those arrested was signed after machines, Jo' suspension bridge on their way to were Benjamin Crager, Treasurer of ty residents had signed a petition police believe a silencer was attached keys and trainers. I Cincinnati. the concern; his father, Henry Crager asking the removal of both the Judge to the gun. The slain man was identified by his brother. and County Prosocutor Carpenter. and J. E. Dora. Worth Listening To. Canadian French. Jean bad always wanted a dogio There Is a difference between Pari time for GO francs. The gentleman tloa of the B. R. T. recently started one day her wish was granted.- As sian and Canadian French, easily unCommuters who use the she was playing In tbe yard a str age derstood when It Is remembered bow smiled and paid, whereupon the head running. many years have gone by since Canada Long Island terminal there welcomed dog came up and looked on. waiter asked.: Jean went running Into the h, , received any Immigration from France. thentlque" In which the restaurateur "What restaurant do you manage?" the ride up tho long flight of stairs, saying, "Come quick and listen tr tr But it would not be exactly correct gets distinctly the worstj of "17" said the other. "I don't man- but it brought no relief to the superstitious negro wotium coming In from dog making thunder at another 4." to say that the French spoken ir A lady and gentleman had Just fin- age any restaurant Canada Is faulty and Incorrect The ished a rather modest luncheon when "But you said you were in the same their day's toll In Flntbush homes. Penetrating. ; English of two hundred years ago Many of tho worner refuse to use the the waiter presented a bill for 120 business 1" Percy Pm sure my eloquence i would sound very curious In our francs. "The gentleman called the head "I nm. I'm n professional thief, like moving stairway, believing It will ears. The French taught In Schools bring Ihem bad lucR. "No, sub," said trated your father's mind. Living Age. waiter and bado him: "Go tell the the rest of youV-Th- e Peggy Yes, papa said he was d and collep'-'- . Is as near to thai used one eWerly hoeworker, "I rode In manager to give me a special price. I tn Franc- Possible. one of ther rigs onct and stray fully bored. am In the same business' Escalator "Bad Luck." ' m.rTabn flAlllv tho oa. cats foil I fa' three week-l Ata, A few minutes later, the head waiter came back with a n?w bill this calator In the antic avenue tXF Act-tinMuli-lepbe- rg st thirty-seventh e h one-timgux-en,- Of British Fleet Turned On The Ready to Open Fire If Ultimatum Is Disregarded Messaga Conellntory In Tone. i.. barians Harlan Frank Clem attempted suiT T cide here by drinking four ounces of Iodine. His case In the Harlan Cir cuit Court for the killing of Henry (By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D, Teacher of English Bible tn tha Moody Howard last March was docketed for Bible Institute) of Chicago.) trial and It was while on his way to Oopyrlsht 1111. Weetern Newaoaper Baton. LESSON FOR OCTOBER 8 THE BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD OF JESUS 40-LESSON TEXT Lu Ice i:l-JOOLDEN TEXT And Jesus lnereaae In wisdom and stature, and In favor with Oou and man. Luke ZttZ. REFERENCE MATERIAL Matt lUSi 233. PRIMARY TOPIC The Boy Jesus. JUNIOR TOPIC The Boyhood of Jesua. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Jesus at Home and at School. TOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC The Religious Training ot the Young. Lesson r I It. was at a of (w. time when the Jews were coming un der the Roman power. It was a moat propitious time for the Introduction of the gospel. The whole world was under one rule, making It possible for ministers to go from place to place easily and without molestation. . Bethlehem, as the 2. Place of (vv. prophet had foretold 700 years before (Mlcab 5:2). God moved the emperor to enforce the decree of taxation In Ume to cause Mary to be at Bethlehem1. 3. Circumstances of (v. 7). His sur roundings were of the most humble sort The Almighty Creator conde scended to take upon himself humanity to be born In a manger, becoming the poorest of the poor that none might be hindered from coming to Him. II. The Birth of Jesus Announced 1. Time ). I. The Birth of Jesus (vv. ). (vv. L To Whom (yy. 8. 0). The shep herds who were watching over their flocks by night The glorious gospel message was first given to laboring men. 2. By Whom (v. 0). The first gospel sermon was preached by the angel(of the Lord. The angels have part In making known the gospel to lost men. These glorious beings no doubt deeply men. sympathize with fallen, 3. The Nature of the Message (vt. It was good tidings of great Joy. It was good tidings because tbe way of salvation was about to be opened for all Jew and Gentile. So glorious was this news that a multitude of the heavenly host accompanied It with a song of praise. It la through Jesus Christ that God's kindness and good will are made known to man. 4. The Shepherds Witnessing (v. They made a prompt InvestigaWhen tion of the angel's message. they went to Bethlehem they found everything Just as represented. When they beheld the Lord of glory they could not remain silent They went back to their work praising God. III. The Chljd Jesus Growing vr. d 10-14-). nir egg-lay- to-th- Jesus Christ was divine, but His deity did not Interfere with His development as a human being. The processes of bis physical; mental and spiritual growth were the same as those of any normal human being. L Jesus Tarrying Behind at JerusaAt the age of twelve lem (w. years a Jewish child took his place as a worshiper In the temple, for he was considered a "child of the law." Being conscious of His mission when His mother and Joseph were returning rrom attenuance at me rassover, jesus tarried behind to enter the temple aad of the ordiInquire Into nances ot God's house. He had' an alert, eager mind which Inquired after truth, especially he .truth concerning His Father's house. 2. Jesus Found In the Temple (vr. When His mother and Joseph had gone some distance on their journey they perceived that Jesus was missing and sought for Him among their kinsfolk and acqualntapces. Not finding Hun there they returned to Jerusalem, where they found Hun In the temple. (1) He was "sitting" (v. 40), showing that He was no passing visitor or sightseer. He was perfectly at home In His Father's house. (2) He was "hearing" (v. 46). He was hearing the teachers of God's Word. This shows that He was eager to learn 40-1). 452). God's will. ,3) ne asked questions (v. 46). His growing mind was inquisitive. It more than received what was taught; it Inquired after. (4) He answered questions (v. 47). His answers showed great wisdom, such as to astonish those who heard Him. Yet we should not surmise that He was consciously displaying His wisdom. It was not an exhibition of His divine wisdom, but the expression of the workings of a perfect human mind suffused by the Holy Spirit 3. Mary's Complaint (vr.' She remonstrated with Htm for His To this He replied In a behavior. dignified, yet tender manner. He made no apology, showing that He was more than the son of Mary. God was His Father. Though these things were not understood, Mary kept them In her 43-50-). heart w vis-irn- r filial obedience. 5. Jesus' Development (v. 52). (1) He "incensed In wisdom." Mental. (2) FbysteaL He "increased In stature." (3) SplrltuaL He "Increased In favor with God and man." Must Beware. 4. Jesus Obedience (v. 51). Though He was fully conscious of His divine being and mission. He lived a Ufe of u parl-mutu- In a medieval pageant In Florence a boy was covered with gold leaf as a crowning triumph of luxury In scenic effect. The gold formed an impenetrable skin over the sensitive flesh, and the child died ot suffocation. So we, too. In an age when worldllness and are on every hand must beware lest we encase ourselves body and soul. In a glamor of material success and become stifled by It Keep Yourself Unspotted. pnri-mutu- Pyre religion and undefined before God and the father Is this. To visit the fatherless and widows In their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world. James 1:27. Much Truth In Short Sentence. community that spends more money each year on Its fire department and on rebuilding structures destroyed by fire, than Is spent on fireproof buildings and other ways of Is putting the cart before the horse. Exchange. A - aai-An- t So Rarely You Find 'Em Healthy. Adv. In Exchange-- ' -- Wanted, bya nple. furnished refined but healthy bungalow for th nmer. Boston , iTarucriGi. OWINGfc OUVLOOK. OW1NGSVILLE. CHILD-STEALING KY. BY Rheumatism and Dyspepsia Are SoonEnded of stomach trouble nnd rheumatism often find that when their stomach Is set In order, the rheumatism disappears. Thousands of people everywhere have testified that Tnnlac has freed then, of both troubles simultaneously. Sir. Robert Trotter, 148 State St, St. Paul. Minn., says: "About a year ago I began to go down hill. Sour stomach and rheumatism in my arms and shoulders kept me In misery nil the time. Since taking Tnnlac all my aches and pnlns have gone, and my stomach Is In fine shape. I'm glad to endorse such a fine tna m Badly digested food fills the whole system with poisons. Rheumatism and many other complaints not generally recognized as having their origin In the stomach quickly respond to the right treatment Oet a bottle today at any good druggist Advertlse- rnont. Victims MUCH LIKE THE DAYS OF OLD Skill of Ancient Tournaments Exercised In a Modified Form In Two Southern States. lnimiients In which mailed sted with lances for the fax i of a fair lady, are perpetuated In a modified form among the descendants of the early settlers of Virginia tournaand Maryland. Horseback ments with lances nre n feature of almost every fair and old home day In the country around Washington. Instead of driving his lance against ( SMARY MARIE By Eleanor H. Porter Illustrations 9. by H. Livingstone CHAPTER Then IX 24 Continued. kn.;.' c ... his antagonist to unhorse or disable him. the modern knight of the tournament attempts to pick three rings suspended from crosspleces over the course, on the end of his lance, while galloping through the course at a prescribed rate of speed. If he picks nil three, two white clod pages, usually pretty girls, oscort him back past the Judges' stand. Sometimes a dozen tests are necessary before one knight shows his superiority over the others. He then Is permitted to pick the queen of the tournament who is the belle of the ball, which always follows the event AH the time you are sure of Is now. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS Read This Letter from Mrs. W. S. Hughes was nnder the Greenville. Del Impression that my eldest daughter had CMjTTTTTTTTTmiiiiiiT I some internal trouble as ever since the first time her sicknesstp-peare- d she had to go to bed and even had to quit school once for a week. I always 's take Lydia E. Pink-ham- "I Compound myself so I gave it to her and she has received great benefit from You can use this let testimonial if you wish, as I ter for a cannot say too much about what your medicine nas done for me and for my daughter." Mrs. Wu. S. HUGHES, Greenville, Delaware. MolVrgan'ter times grandmothers 1 h- -e ,hav f 1! r .d the value of Lyi E. I aytam Vegetable Compound. So they rea nutni the medicine to others. The best test of any medicine is what it has done for others. For nearly fifty years we have published letters from mothers, daughters, and women, young and old, recommending the Vegetable Compound. They know what it did for them and are glad to tell others. In tout own neighborhood are women who know of its great value. Mothers daughters, why not try it T Vegetable it of me, of my chllil hi'inm to (iilvor. things so much nmrr rleiirly hen vou Mmiil olT nt a dis tiince like this, you know, limn ou rim when you nre elose to them! Slie broke down mid cried when she spoke of the divorce, mill of the liillu-neIt liiiil iiHtu me. mill of the falsi-Ideof mHrrliigf It caw me. She Mild It whs the worst kind of thine for mo the sort of life 1 had to live. She snld I crew pert and preoolous nnil worldly wise, nnil full of servants' tnlk nml Idons. She een sjtoke of that iiIrIu at the little mfe table when I gloried In the sparkle anil spansles and told her that how we were seeing llfo real life. And of how shocked she was. nnd of how she raw thet what thN thing was diilns to me. Itut It was too lute. She tohl more, nuieh more, about the later years, mid the reconciliation; then, some way. she brought thing around to Jerry nnd me. Her face flushed up then, anil she didn't meet mj eye. She looked down nt her sewing. She was very busy turning n hem Just so. She said there had been a time, once, when she had worried n little about Jerry and me. for fear we would separate. She said that she believed that, for her, that would hnve been the very blackest moment t? her life; for It would be her fault, nil her fault. I tried to break In here, and say, "No, no," nml that It wasn't her fault; but she shook her head and wouldn't listen, and she lifted her hand, nnd I had to keep still and let her so on talking. She was looking straight Into my eyes then, and there was such n deep, deep hurt In them that I Just hud to listen. She said again that It would he her fault; that If I had done that she would have known that It was nil because of the example she herself had set me of childish willfulness nml selfish seeking of iiersonal happiness nt the cxiense of everything and everybody else. Ami she said that that would have been the last straw to break her heart. Hut she declared that she wns sure now that she need not worry. Such a thing would never be. I guess I pisped a little nt this. Anyhow, I know I tried to break In and tell her that we were going to separate, ami that Jhat was exactly what I had come Into the room in the first place to say. l'.ut again she kept right on talking. and I was silenced before I had even begun. She said how she knew It could never be on account of Kunlce. That 1 would never subject my little girl to the sort of wretchedly divided life that I had to live when I wns n child. (As she spoke I was suddenly back In the cobwebby attic with little Mary's IidihI, mill lu-- r Von can mv sw fxike iiv e luute good of all, especially of Kunlcr She went right on then quickly, before 1 could say anything. Sho said that, of reurse, I understood that I was still Mary ami Marie, even If Jerry did call me Mollie; and If Marie had married u man that wasn't always congenial Willi Mary, she was very sure Mary had enough stamina and good sense to make the best of It; and she was very sure, also, that If Mary would only make a little effort to lie once In a while the Marie he had married, tilings might be a lot easier for Mary. Of course, I laughed at that. I had to. And Mother laughed, too. Itut we I We both understood. understood. had never thought of It before, hut had been Marie when I married Jerry. I loed lights and music and dancing and gay rowds Just exactly as well as he did. And It wasn't his fault that suddenly turned into Mary when the baby came, anil wanted him to stay at home before the tire every evening and slippers. with his dressing-gowHe No wonder he wns surprised. hadn't married Mary lie never knew Mary at all. Hut. do you know? I'd ueer thought of that before until Mother said what she did. Why. probably .lerr- was JuM as much disappointed to tlnd his Marie turned into u Mary as I Hut Mother was talking ngaln. She said that she thought Jerry wns n wonderful man. In some ways; that she never saw a man with such charm and magnetism, or one who could so readily adapt himself to different perAnd sho said son and circumstances. she was very sure If Mary could only show a little more Interest In picture (especially portraits), mid lenni to discuss lights and shadows and perspectives, that nothing would he lost, nnd that something might be gained; that there was nothing, anyway, like n community of Interest or of hobbles to bring two people together; mid that It was safer, to say the least, when It was the wife that shared the community of Interest than when It wns some other woman, though of course, she knew ns well ns I knew tlint Jerry never would She didn't finish her sentence, nnd because she didn't finish It, It mnde me think nil the more. Then, In n minute, she wns talking ngaln. She wns spenklng of Kunlce. She said once more that because of her, she knew tnat she need never fear any serious trouble between Jerry and me. for, after nil, it's the child that always pays for the mother's mistakes nnd Just ns It Is the sol- 1 1 s. DEFIANCE OF TURKS EACl -- S MUST END AT ONCE BARBARIANS ORDERED TO LEAVE THE CHANAK ZONE, BY THE BRITISH Envoy of French Meets Leader of Parley May Clear rz Invaders For Lloyd George Present Regarded a Extremely r.r-i-Situ-jtip- f hou jf, Cases Have Been Reported, Omit... loglets Doubt If Bird Ha Requisite Strength. Some More Truths. "'WT'OTJIiD ':' Ixmdon. has sent n The Hritish virtual ultimatum - ri meiu Mus- - tnpha Kemnl I'nsha sf that hi ' troops must leave the ink zon" a nrltls.' After the Cabinet inspokesman said the n was extremely grave. The Hrltish military authorities in the Chanak zone have shown the greatest discretion so far In preventing a collision, lie stated, but with the Turks continuing to send troops to the zone this situation could not continue nnd the Government therefore hud Informed Its military representatives lint the Kem.illst's troops must ho withdrawn. Hrigndler-fJenera- l Hnrlngton wa In formed thnt h had the full support of the Government In taking whatever steps he considered to he advisable to bring the Turkish occupation of Unforbidden zone to an end and thus terminate the situation, which wns con sldered to ho nothing less th in Turkish defiance to the Hrltish Empire nnd In direct contravention of the terms of the allied note. The Hrltish (Jovernment's view re garding this note is thnt if one p.trt of It Is broken the whole of it becomes Ineffective. U wns added tlint the Hritish Government no longer would he satis fied with Kemnl's promise that Ills troops will advance no farther, but would require the actual withdrawal of the Nationalist forces. According to the official view lure nt the coming meeting between General Hnrlngton and Kemal nothing will lie discussed but actual military matters, that It Is Intended to clear up any misunderstanding arising from the Ke- mallst's chnrges of aggression. It will be contended thnt the British operations are necessary and Justifiable but not hostile. , Compelled to do so, the nn catch tlsh on his own uccoun' .inl ics been shot while Hm.i .ode. around n bnrnynrd. He will i tfy If nil manner of fowls nnd oven str.nll pigs and Iambs. There are even Instances of the cngle currying oft" small children. A num-'e- r of years ngo In Georgia an eagle snntched up a baby sleeping In Its crib In the shadow of n hofe and flew off with it to Its eerie i ni'le awi.y. When found by a com-...iof m- - .hers a number of hours ' h' tiis dead. Ornithologists, In jf many reports of by eagles, oftentimes doubt the strength of the eagle to do so. They declare thnt n bird rnrely weighs more than ten pounds, nor does he hnve u wing spreud of more than ten feet. Oftener tlinn not lie Is smaller. The question of chllil kidnaping by eagles Is still, therefore, an open question. There Is no doubt, nevertheless, that the birds would steal a child If opportunity offered and they found the strength to carry It nway. The bald eagle Is found nearly everywhere on the continent of North America from Florida to Alaska. There was a time when It was frequently seen In the Iclnity of and along the Schuylkill valley, but that time has passed. Today the sight of a bald eagle In this vicinity is a rarity. The eagle lays two and sometimes three gray, or whitish eggs in the springtime anywhere from February to May or June, according to climate. After a month the eggs hatch. The little eaglets do not leave the nest for from three to four months, during which time they nre fairly stuffed with food by the parents. Oftentimes the usual order is reversed the youngsters becoming so fat and large that they are actually larger than their parents. Philadelphia Inquirer. i "1 chlld-stealiii- g you use a steam shovel to move a pebble? Certainly not. Implements are built according to the work they have to do. remedy for your baby's ills? Certainly not.' Would you use a grown-up- 's Eemedies aro prepared according to the work THEY have to do. All this is prelMnary to reminding you that Fletcher's Castoria was sought out, found and is prepared solely as a remedy for Infants and Children. And let stuff that this be a warning against Substitutes, Counterfeits and the may bo all right for you in all your strength, but dangerous for tie little babet that lies within your heart cries out to you: Be true to All the mother-lov- e Baby. And being true to Baby you will keep in the house remedies specially prepared for babies as you would a baby's food, hairbrush, toothbrush or sponge.J Just-as-go- od Children Cry For $pffikr.t Contents lSTluid TJracta III! ijsi I'hlln-delphl- n 1 Are You Prepared? mm AT PRESENT RATE OF GROWTH Youngster Could See His Once Small Piflgie Develop Into the Stature of an Elephant. 1 BANDITS SECURE $75,000 diary, and I thought what If It were Eunice writing Hint I) She sold I was Uie most devoted mother she hud ever known; that I wus too devoted, she feared sometimes, for I made Kunlce all my world, to the inclusion of Jerry and everything and everybody else, llut that she was very sjire, because I was so devoted, nnd loved Kunlce so dearly, that I would never deprive her of a father's love nnd care. I shivered a little, and looked quickly Into Mother's face. Hut she wns not looking nt me. I wns thinking of how Jerry had kissed nnd kissed Kunlce n month ago, when we came away, as If he Just couldn't let her go. Jerry is fond of Kunlce, now that site's old enough to know something, and Eunice ndores her father. I knew that part wns going to be hard. And now to have Mother put It like Hint I began to talk then of Jerry. I Just felt that I'd got to say something. That Mother must listen. That she didn't understand. I told her how Jerry loved lights nnd music and dancing, nnd crowds bowing down and worshiping him all the time. And she said yes, she remembered; that he'd been that wny when I married him. She spoke so sort of queerly that ngaln I glanced at her; but she still was looking down at the hem she was AIR DON'T-DESP- If yea are troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful passage of urine, you will find relief in C&LD MEDAL - cir. ihe dwindled t one, Clarence J. ' Then She Spoke of Me, and of My a jeweler, kind he sold the club Childhood, and Her Voice Began to too lonesome," he, said. "Wh, Quiver. of the old fellows come back thC dier that pnys for his commnndlng off- ways bring a lot of wives nnd thing." icer's blunders. Tiint's why she felt W3ien the break In the ranks started thnt I had had to pny for her mistakes, William W. Pearce offered a silver and why she knew that I'd never com- loving cup for the first pair of twins. pel my little girl to pny for mine. She Ten years later he won It himself. snld tlint the mother lives In the heart Stork Leaves Quadruplets of the child long after the mother is gone, and thnt was why the mother Braddock, Penn. Mrs. Mary Kii- always hnd to be so careful. korlan gave birth to quadruplets at Then, before I knew it. she was talking briskly nnd brightly about some- her home here. One of the babies thing entirely different; nnd two min- died shortly after it was born. The utes later I found myself alone out- others were rushed to a hospital. All The combired side of her room. And I hadn't told of them died later. weight of the Infants all girls was her. 19 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Krlkorlan llut I wasn't even thinking of that. moved here from Philadelphia nine I was thinking of Kunlce, and of thnt months ago. Mrs. Krlkorlan, who Is round, childish scrawl of a diary upweighs 125 pounds, years old stairs In the attic trunk. And I was 22 recovering, and physician said. her picturing Eunice, in the years to come, Is writing her diary; and I thought, Steamer Is Aground should have to If To-d. While in the country tract year n little city boy snw his first baby pig, and It made n great Impression on him. Vancouver, B. C. Three unmasked So great was the impression. In fact, bandits held up F. It. Schooley, City that the youngster made the pig the Paymnster, nnd Robert Armstrong, an first object of bis concern when the aid, and robbed them of $75,000 In family ngaln visited the country place currency Intended for a city pay roll. this fall. Armstrong nnd The bandits escaped. "Where Is my little plggle?" he ImSchooley were returning from a bank mediately Inquired. to the City nnil with the pay roll "Come with me, nnd I will show nnd hnd reached a point within 25 feet you," his country cousin replied. of the City Hall entrance when the When the city boy renehed the pen men sprang at them, ordering Arm- with his companion nnd snw whnt strong, who wns carry the satchel con- looked to be nbout SOO pounds of pork taining the money, "to drop it quick!" "on the hoof," he wns dumfounded. "I did not drop the bag," Armstrong "And did thnt little plggle grow ns snld, "and all three men fired Into the much usmt in oae year?" ground. I made a desperate attempt "Yes City Hall door with the to reach the In jn-eyewonder the boy ex- -' three men surrounding Schooley nud myself. I was within thrtfe fee: f i ilnieJ: "Gee! I betchn when I come back the door, when one of the men hit me upon the Jaw, felling me. I suppose next summer he'll have a trunk." Youngstown Telegram. I must have dropped the bng, as when I recovered consciousness it hnd disappeared." Long Wear to Rubbers. ! inltt l'olice announced they Itiihbers will wear longer If a half- clue to the Identity of rt. : jndit- 'nyer of tissue paper Is crushed ; uto the heel. The paper will form a Sold Bachelor Club cusht'in for the hard heel of the shoe ;ihu lessen the wear on the rubbers. years waukegnn, in. rnirty-twFoundation of All Things. ago 23 Waukegnn busir ss men for swore marrlagi a hnchel",sJJ,lth nnd fidelity nre the pl':.irs of club and bougr aS& of world; wh.-- t'. Hold Up Vancouver, B. C, City Offi cials And Get Pay Roll 1 d I . . o A doctor la the house all the time would be a good idea. Yet you. can't afford to keep a doctor In the family to keep baby weU or pre- -' rotflMnsndRcstContstOl . vent sickness. But you can do almost . the same thing by having at uiim,... neither C?iam,Morpnuic n hand a bottle of Fletcher's Castoria, because It is a wonderful remedy HincraL NotXahcoiic: for indigestion, colic, feverishness, fretfulness and all the other disorders that result from common ailments that babies have. -I ir.'j Fletcher's Castoria is perfectly safe to use. It is a harmlese substitute for Castor 011, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. ChUdrea cry for Fletcher's Castoria, and mothers recommend it because they have found it a comfort to children and a mother's friend. .UnaT. If you love your baby, you know how sweet it is to be able to help baby when trouble comes. You cannot always call upon a doctor. a ,fnfiifRcmedyftr ConstIpaSonandDianWxJ But doctors have nothing but good to say of Fletcher's Castoria, because theyknowthatlt can only do good that it can't do any harm and tcxniBfL -and they wouldn't want you to use for baby a remedy that you would use for yourself. a. jgSJa t,c p MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE B00KIETTHATI3 AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTOtIA InxCnrraraCoOTfflfi GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS j Exact Copy of Wrapper. TUB CINTAUR COMPANY. MW YORK CITY. 10 Cents Gives Charming Niw Color Tone fo Old Swtattrs PUTNAM FADELESS DYES dyes or tints as you wish During the dlspl. y of the Perseld meteors one August In France simultaneous observation! were made In that country from points about six miles apart. From the parallaxes thus obtained the elevation or serenl conspicuous meteors above the earth- - i calculated. The height at the beg'u ning of the flight varied from 60 to 175 miles, and at the end from 22 to 41 miles. The longest distance traversed In the atmosphere was about 132 miles, and the shortest 35 miles. Height of Meteors. Ancient Costumes in Greenland. Men's costumes of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth centuries have been They aro In an found In Greenland. excellent state of preservation and resemble the clothes worn by Dante In the published pictures of the Italian IKiet. They are not yet open to public view, but may be exhibited at some Iike. hushes all to I J re oroKeii i0 plecerf.5 ,m. ii Fragile. - "What Is that architect figuring?" "Stress and strain." "The average friendship will stnnd very little." future date. These interesting finds were made by Dr. Noerlund. a Danish scientist, while excavating In ancient burial grounds in the southwestern part of Greenland. They are the only existing specimens In the wtrld of garments by men In the Thirteenth nnd F- arteenth centuries. Being deposited in the frozen earth for about 600 years has preserved them from destruction by moth and age. - ' A FREEDOM FROM A (Legal) Tender Parting. LAXATIVES wife's farewell as she starts for touch- the summer resort is usually a ing one. Boston Transcript. , The wood's standard remedy for kidney, fiver, bladder and uric add troubles and National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Thne sizes, all druggists. Leek far tka aaraa CaU Madat em arary kax aad accept m ImhatSooi what she I went upstairs then arid read thnt dlnry ngnln. And nil the while I was reading I thought of Eunice. And when It wns finished I knew that I'd never tell Mother, and thnt I'd never write to Jerry not the letter that I was going to write. I knew that. IJKACTY IN KVEKT BOX TRKMOLar Is a awdloatad raw wfelta that ooaa maim for tha eomslrxloB. BamoTet tal tea bVaeh. co Kali I1J6. J KHH BOOKLKT aa.cn. ntvwv cmcaao aire mkh ma turning. I went on then to explain that I didn't like such things; that I believed that there were deeper and higher things, and things more worth while. And she said yes, she wns glad, and that tlint wns going to be my saving grace; for, of course, I realized that there couldn't be anything deeper or higher or more worth while than keeping the home together, nnd putting up with nnnoyances, for the ultl- it 1 11 They brought Jerry's letter to me at Just that point. What a wonderful letter that man can write when he St. John, New Brunswick. The Ca nadian Pacific Railway Company's steamer Empress, plying between St. Tohn and Digby, Nova Scotia, went ashore near MIspec, New Brunswick, in the Bay of Fundy. The vessel was on her way to this port with passengers. Early reports did not state whether or not there had been loss of life. Food Poisoned wants tol says he's lonesome and homesick, and that the house Is like a tomb with out Eunice and me, and when am I coming home? lie J. w j- - ii m iiiii 1 1 DzKBlloggs VOICE ALWAYS RETAINS QUALITY Fixed Feature of Human Vocal Organs Which Is Regarded as Something of a Phenomenon. The changes that come with age, reserves the editor of the New York Medical Journal, are so muntfold nnd striking that we are. Inclined to overfor the prompt relief of Asthma and look the persistence through the years Hay Fever. Ask your druggist for It. of the quality of the voice, and yet 28 cents and one dollar. Wilts for this one fixed" feature is remarkable. FRES SAMPLE. Even those who hnve lost most semHerthrop4LymanCo.,!nc.,Buffalo,N.Y. blance to their former selves have not lost to any extent the peculiar organs of their voice. When one notes that the organs IS IDEAL Asthma Remedy Sat- Cuticura Soap For the Hands 2Sc, Birmingham, Ala. Chemical action caused by mixing ground cooked beef, cabbage, celery, pickle and mayon? i nalse "wag said to have been the I wrote him tonight that I was 'probable cause" ot Illness affecting going tomorrow. approximately 700 students In Wood-law- n THE END, High School, In a statement Issued by Dr. J. D. Dowllng, City Health 1 1 1 1 1 h-h-i i Officer, and Dr. James D. McLeeter, medical director of schools. Many of the students stricken were seriously 111 for a time, but It was said that all but one were out of danger. which, In their functioning and, hence. In their structure, have so endured. Four Die In Fire. are relatively small and delicate and In very frequent use, the phenomenop New York. Several persons burned Is of greater Interest. A vocal nppa;v to death In a fire that broke out In ntus may he Injured or worn by over- a y apartment house at 241 use, and the power of n singer does West One Hundred and Ninth not Inst for life. Hut, though its flexl street. Flames shooting from the winblllty, power and range may diminish, dows made It almost Impossible for ordinary purposes the quality of firemen to enter the building for from speech remains easily recognizable scaling ladders thrown up from the ind apparently hut slightly Influence, street. Four bodies were removed y compared with the from the upper floor. Three firemen and destruction which lias gone managed to reach that floor. Ten per. forward with the passage of p. decadl sons were injured. Three of the injur or two. , ed were firemen m n m mil Peculiar and Annoying Fact. It Is an unaccountable peculiarity Pills and salts give temporary reof the fellow who hnsn't much of an lief from constipation only at the exargument that he wants everybody to pense of permanent Injury, says an hear It. Toledo Blade. eminent medical authority. Science has found a newer, better way a means as simple as Nature And Find Out. Itself. "Whnt nre the wild waves saying?" In perfect health a natural lubricant "Soon we can listen In on radio." keeps the food waste soft and moving. Louisville Courier-JournaOut when constipation exists this natural lubricant Is not sufficient. Medical authorities have found that the CINCINNATI MARKETS action f entle lubricating that of of Nujol most Nature's own closely resembles Nujol is not a laxative lubricant. As It cannot gripe. It Is In no sense a Hay and Grain And like pure wafer it is medicine. Corn No. 2 white C9V0c; No. 3 harmless and pleasant. No. 3 yellow 67 white Nujol Is prescribed by physicians; 68c; No. 4 white G6&67c; No. 4 yelused in leading hospitals. Get a bottle low GCi467c; No. 2 mixed G7uSc. from your druggist today. Advertise"Wheat No. 2 red $1.17 1.18; No. 3 ment $1.1401.10; No. 4 $1.101.13. Why the Umbrellas? Oats No. 2 white 4214043c; No. 3 A rather amusing sight was that at No. 2 mixed 40&41c; 4141c; tork beach one rainy day recently, No. 3 mixed 39040c. when a party of bathers all ready for Butter, Eggs and Poultry ' the morning dip came from their cotButter Dairy fancy 30c; packing tages on their way to the beach all stock No. 1, 26c; packing stock No. carrying open umbrellas. Vacationists, witnessing the procession of bathers 2, 18c Eggs Extra firsts 40c; firsts 3Sc; approaching the water all set for the plunge, wondered at the theory of carordinary firsts 32c. to protect themlive Poultry Broilers 2 lbs and rying "bumbleshoots" when they would under 23c; fowls 4 pounds and over selves from the rain while taking their 22c; under 4 lbs lG17c; ' rosters shortly be drenched morning bath. New York. Sun. IStfc l. Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced Them. 67CSc; French parliament over the retention of Latin and Greek as compulsory studies In French colleges. Socialists and others with modem Ideas want to abolish them and give more attention to training and Industrial sub " 'ls and conservatives in .s ,rvat danger to the stata - l,s the study of the lanin auar guages i. .vhlch French was derived. America was cited as having brought studlen up .9 date,Nbut the reply was madi aat even li America a certificate as wox' chopper WOMEN HEED SWAMP-ROO- T would not help i iVrcc'. on. CThousands of women have kidney and Dr. Perys "DssjJ Shot" 1 Tiwirfat bet 71 years of aaecaaa ha a&fa. wa pcona r4 ft. bladder trouble and never inspect it. dbi alngle Women's complaints often prove to bo witn ba npellad coa. Worms vr i aad ns can from the system, nothing else but kidney trouble, or the castor oil or othtr pursattra shoo! sa naad not eaUeoed In addition. Money back result of kidney or bladder disease. Xdrartlsemtat. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may caiue the other organs Busy Masculine Knitters. to become diseased. Knitting Isn't exclusively a woman's Fain in the back, headache, loss of ambition, nervousness, are often times symp- work or pastime or art. In every tiro engine house throughout the District toms of kidney trouble. Dr. the fire laddies are bnslly engaged In Don't delay starting treatment. a physician's pre- making- - fancy sweaters of intricate Kilmer's Swamp-Rooscription, obtained at any drug store, may design for wives or sweethearts. In be just the remedy needed to overcome one of the most popular art needlesuch conditions. ' Get a medium or large size bottle im- work shops in Washington there Is a man Instructor In knitting, who can mediately from any drug store. However, if yon wish first to test this work all sorts of pictures Into the great preparation send ten cents to Dr. mesh that glides through his fingers. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a One of the most prominent men In tha sample bottle. When writing be sure and Carnegie Institution has been a knit mention this paper. Advertisement. ting artist for years and makes elaborate bedspreads, dresses, draperies. A Hard Luck Record. Richard Lnze, driving his car to Washington Star. town, skidded Into a telephone pole. Coming back with the garage man to clear up the wreck he found thieves had stripped it of tires and fixtures. Walking homo In the rain two high waymen with howitzers took all his cash, a watch and his package of plug cut away from him. Finally reaching home Luze discovered lightning had struck the born killing a $250 Missouri mule and that the hired man had lit Hot water out with the family savings amounting to $140. This made Luze, a loser fire times In one day. Capper's Weekly. ml e-- Fight Over Latin and Greek. A bitter war is being waged In the exrt UT t, Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION IS m five-stor- For Colds, Croup and Pains. Vacher-Balm- ; It relieves nt Ask your Avoid Imltntlons. druggist B. W. Vacher, Int, New Orleans. La. Advertisement. Tiny Township Has Mlohty Thirst. Itutnurutt, n tiny township In Kenya colony, in East Africa, claims the distinction of being the thirstiest town in the empire, according to the London Live Stock correspondent nt Nalrotsl. Times' Rumor or Decanter? Cattle Steers, good to choice $70 "There's a rumor that Wombat has There are ten adult Europeans In the 0.00; fair to good $10007; common a decanter once owned by General settlement, which has now four liquor to fair $7.0000.00; heifers good to Lafayette." "Is there anything In Itr licenses and Is planning to have a choice $700.50; fair to good $o.K07; Judge. hotel. common to fair $3.5005.50 ; cows good to choice $500; canners $202.75; stock steers $507.00; stock heifers $4.0005.50. Erery genuine Calves Good to choice 12.50013; package has to good $9012.50; common and fair the cross and large $408.00. circle printed Sheep Good to choice $4C; fair in red. to good $204; common $101.50; lambs good to choice $14015; fair Use once. 25$ and 73 PadcageEwerywfear D EL LANS of ihe most stubborn kind reKevtd in 3 to dys Onetrl lurT-rir- i 0 AT ALL DRUCOKTS Make youT kjlol wans MIDDY BLOUSES For SCHOOL and COLLEGE GIRLS We manufacture our own MIDDIES. PLATTED SKIRTS, BLOOMERS and SPORT HATS. and Braadcloch era tut coloc and old with de-rn- , to good $10.50014. Hogs Heavy $10.50; choice packers and butchers $10.50"; medium $10.50; light shippers $10.25; pigs (110 pounds and less) $8010.25. Aid Redecorate with NE i Our NTT Bill FIuneL Srta Write for FREE Booklet Ma3 Ordara Promptly Ffflad for New York. Oatnoi 2S mi SOe, Takne 2Se. r W. N. U, mm CW NNATI, NO. 39-18-22 as the American sliver dollar. It wns recognized as currency by the coutl ! ental congress. The'head on the ccta A Spanish silver coin bearing the Is probably that of the Bourbon king, date of 1778 was7 picked up on a road Chcies III, who reigned over Spain Good Louse Killer. recr t by Mrs. Fred Mabee of Mon- fror S759 to 178S. His long hair ana A mixture of blue ointment and half roe r Y., the New York Times re- the evident worn condition of the dls ports. On the back was a crown and t "red coin would give the Impression lard or tallow makes a good louse woman's head. oi killer. four .Js. At the office of the t society It was said that the Vrance Nation of Farmers. Eggs From Pullets. rolnfcvas an old Spanish milled dollar rming was the occupation of more Late hatched pullets do not lay as which was In common circulation half the population of France be. mantsM as ariy hr3Ullets. this country during and prior to I I the World war. same tup nvtimip". ii is auum-t- e ri1 -- - - nu O Lf rinUS UIO OpanjSn UUin Sorghum Fit for Silo. Sorghum should not be put In the silo until the seed are practically mature. If cut too green a watery, sour silage results. In the next three years approximately $2,404,299 from the federal government as an aid In the construction of The state of New York will receive little trouble, less expense and greater satisfaction. There Middy Blouse Company 133A Broadway SaaaarrOla, Maaa. HOMBERG is one to do stale and county highways. Roads In National Forests. The federal government Is spending $12,000,000 on roads in national forests In the western district. Time to House. Pullets. House pullets not later than Octo1. it best way PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM fUtorM Color ud Hah BMt7 Cray mad toss. am. tLM at Dnrrutaw TTIswt Charm. Wa. PjctyqcS IE T ber v Instead of Kalsomine orVtfoll Paper Iabasiin aaaWSlafc FaM a. ar Mail eras M" 2!h "fS lUanxCliamlaaWarkj.ritaascaa.X.X. Mam. ata, atova all rala. HINDERCORNS tuavms Onma, Cat. nwa coarfart to taa ua odd hoara. Wrlta today. Btteloaa LOS ANQELE.1, CAUX. 10 (or Ill S. Broadway, r . V ) ..IINGSVILLE ... QWIKGSVILLE, - OUTLOOK and wife Sunday. - -- KY. Mr;. J. L. Gray was in Mt. Sterling osc day last week. ODESSA Published Weekly, Entered according- to act of Mrs. l.my Swctnnm is eotivalr e at the Owingsville, Ky., cent. matter. as second-clas- s Mr. aud Mr. Charles. N. Anderson subscription THE OUTLOOK'S and their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Men-rntes are as follows: $l-rlfee, of Ambia, Ind., Tsilrd Mrs. J. One Tear 'n 75c. 15. Lind-e- y and Mr. and Mrs. Turner Six Months 45. Anderson, from Tuesday until WedThree Months nesday of hist week. TIHTJSDAY, OCTOBKR. 5, 1022. John B. Collivcr and family, Clyde E. D. THOMPSON. Snedcgnr and family and Mrs. yir.i LESSEE & OPERATOR Lind-e- y attended a surprise birthKentucky. Owingsvillc, day dinner of their grandmother Mrs. Curley SoiTell on Mat Creek Suniln. OLYMPIA Mrs. J. T. fiudgell relunied home Bout forget Bro. Baler will preach Saturday after a week's stay in Owing- ille. here Saturday night and Sunday. will have , Mi. nnd Mrs. Kirby Bradley and The Christian Chunfli Prayer Meeting here every Wednes- little -- on, Harold Milton, of .loplin, day night. Everybody is invited to Mo., arrived last Thursday to vi-- it Kjeir parent- -, .Mr. and Mrs. S. B. come and take part. Darnell and family. Mrs. M. M. Steele and little daughMr. John T. (iiidgell is on the sick ter. Doris, returned home Monday !i t. He bad not been well for -- onic with her pa after impending a week and late Saturday afternoon he Geo. Swnrtz and wife. n'r rents, Mr. Ben Downs is visiting her lo- -l his hearing, eould hardly hear brother, Jeff Staton at Stopstonc, a sound, but he j., some better at who K very ill. this writing. Mr. ami Mrs. Chester Snrdogar Mis Hoc Clark who has been at MilisoII, Ky.t for home time is visit and two children spent Saturday night and Sunday with their mother. , ing relatives here. Mrs. Virgil Jones and children Mr--. Duleina Darnell, in Owingsville. were in Mt. Sterling last week where LOCUST UROVE little Ruby Jones had a slight oper Bom to Clyde Bailey ami wife, a ation. Master Xcal Swnrtz nnd Harold on. Miss Ruby Whltton spent the past Hunt, of Winchester, visited Xenl' s randparentfc, fieo. Swartz and wife week with her sister, Mrs. Irvin in Happy Hollow. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ambro-- e Jones and family Misses Mollic and Stella Highley tended her mother, Mrs. Nathan ore visiting Miss Nada Craig at Mt rl Sorrell's birthday dinner on Flat Sterling this week. Miss Mary E. Maze is visiting in Creek Sunday. M Mrs. Mollie Hendnx is visiting Sterling. Everett Young, of Ilnldenuan, her daughter, Mrs. Omar Rogers, near Wyoming. visited home folks Sunday. Mrs. Belle Stewart lo,t by death, Rev. I. P. Martin closed his meet here Wednesday. There were a young mare, caused by getting ing 30 additions, 17 by baptism. (aught in a wire fence .nd remainRev. L. P. Martin, W. T. Baker, ing there all night. There were SI in attendance at Mrs. Press BIcvin, Miss Lizzie White Oak Sunday School Sunday. Swartz, Virginia Crou1i and Bro. Hall closed his meeting at attended the State Christian Vyommg Sunday night. Convention at Paris, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jaekson called PEEL!D OAK on friends in Owingsville Sunday. Derritt Swartz and family moved Ford Donohcvi returned Sunday to the house vacatel by Sol Staton. from a ten day- -' stay at Middletown. Tom Steele, of Flat Creek was and Jim Brown and family moved to the house vacated by Swartz. here one day ast week to see his W. R. Jaekson, of Paintsville, wa mclc John Mclfvai'n who is very ill Arthur Dennis, wife and two chila caller liere one day lnt- week. Sid Warren has returned home dren, if Middletown, Ohio, and Miss from Middletown, Ohio. Martha Denni--- , of Mt. Sterling came. Si''.iiay to visit relatives here. Albert Lanster and sons, of Versailles, arc visiting old friends Mrs. G. W. Barber, of Forge Hill Clay Jarvis and family, f Sharps-- 1 and. granddaughter, Miss ChriMinc burgvislted Mrs. .Tarvis'.'sister, Mrs. Barber came Sunday afternoon to Clyde Young and family here last visit Mrs. M. M. Staton. sfatt Craycnift aud wife, of Sunday. Ohio, who were called hero JMillard Jfcdothin and family, of Dodge, Ky., arc. visiting relatives a few days ago on account of the. ifrness of their father James Cray-crafSeCC of Kendall Springs, returned J. M. rcnix, who has been very home Monday. ill, is improving. IJobL Staton, of Catlettsburg, Miss Lcnora Davis accompanied spent Thursday night with his pa- by her aunt Miss Alice Daniel, of rents, Mede Staton aud wife. Morehend, visited relatives here last Mr. O. L. Frazier had an aceiden' Saturday. with big car in Hamilton, Ohio. He Calvin Alsburg, of Modesto, 111., is bruised considerably and had sev- and Mrs. Mary Anderson, of St. eral stitches taken back of his car. Louis, Mo., after a few days' visit Several from here attended tihe with Mrs. Delilah Donohew here and fair in Owingsville last week. other relatives at Owingsville, WyMrs. Ella Highley, of Huntirigton,-isite- oming and Salt Lick, left for Louisville Tuesday where they will stop friends here last week. B. P. Penix nnd family, of Farmfor a day or two, after which they ers, visited his parents, W. W. Penix will return .to their homes. Con-OT"cPost-oi&c- SALT LICK Mrs. Sallie Fitzgerald is suffering severely from a broken arm, sustained by falling otf a porch at the residence of Mr. W. IJ. Kuror where she boards. ' Mis- - Bertha Howell surprised her friends by getting married at Oliv? U.il! Sept. 23rd, where she 'had go ie for a t. The groom is a Mr. Foucli of that place. Congratulations are extended. Rev. ("heap and Fryman stopped off over night with relatives and friends enroute to the Conference at Barbourville. Mr- -. T. B. Slaggs and little granddaughter, Nancye I.ce Sylor left for a visit at Charleston, V. 'a. Mr- -. Luther Cas-it- y has returned trom a vi-- it at Lexington. Mrs. Caroline Barber Adam- -, of St. Louis Mo., who is visiting her old Kentucky home alter an absence of 51 years was the guest Sunday night . and Monday of her niece Mrs. Win. McAne-p- y and nephew, Pre ley Jackson, of this place. Mrs. Barber was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. J. C. of Springlield, HI., and Mi's. Mary Ander-on- , nf St. Loui- -, Mo. Mrs. Barber finds many hangcs but ha- - greatly enjoyed meeting old friends and relaties. vi-iI I Al-bu- Walt Whitman! Dally Bread. Few poets have hnd a more vnrleil existence ilian Walt Whitman, who rv gnn his career ns nn errand boy In a lawyer's olllee nnd tried In turn work-in- s In n primer's olllee. touching In a country school ami editing the Brooklyn Knglo. He fomuled nml edited his own paper, the Lour Islander, but ' .vc It up nnd tried building and selling small houses In Brooklyn. During this checkered career, Whitman was writing poetry, mid llnnlly. In I8.V1, he published a small book containing n collectluii of his poems under the title of "leaves nf lira." It whs ch:irnrterl7cil liy Kincrson as- "the most extnionllnary piece of wit end wisdom that America lint yet contributed. Whitman's life ,ns poet's life free, unhurried, unworldly, unconventional, unsellish, cheerful, os tiinlstlc, and it was contentedly and Joyously lived. 11 E, L. & A. T. BYRON GIVE THE OUTLOOK A TRIAL ORDER FOR WINCHESTER STORE Owingsville. Ky. JOB PRINTING I I! mw I 11 Let Us Hand You This Bag of Money Make With Cole's Hot at SUCH AS Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements Posters, Dodgers, Etc. PRICES RIGHT V Blast in Your Horns OUR GUARANTEE IKS JJ I 1 Saving in Fuel You Can a STEPSTONE Clark Wilson, been in a 'hospital at Dawson Springs near Louisville, came home this week to see his family, ife seems to be JilllAOjdlU! OI OJ UJIItU 1AV OJJ who has Intelligent Investor. Tlie commuter went for n cup of ten, to jret another story of lier neighbor's colored innl'I. and. as usual, was not dlsapixilnted. Armlta. the innl'I, wits out. having demanded her money. As told by the neighbor: "Yes. ma'am. Miss .nnlc. I Just nati'lnilly p'Hn have ma money today 'cause Ulllle Mnlonc wim't wait." The nclelihor. keenly Interested, asked, "Hut who Is "I dunno.'' Ulllle Malonei" "Hut. why give him money?" "I dunno." "No, ma'am, I "Is he n relation?" nln't never even saw dat man; but nm ole mlsslc, what I used ter work for tole me I must clve It to him ev'y month before the 10th." 'Hut surely. Armltn, you must have somcthlnir to show for It, papers, receipts or something" At which Armltn disappeared and returned with n book on which was clearly printed "Building nnd Loan." Imagination. Imagination exercises a wonderful force upon our health for good or 111. Samuel Kegel's, the poet, tells of n man who, resolved mi siilrlde, picked up a dose of poison, but died before he could bring It to his lips.. Another innn caucht n violent chill by Imagining himself In a draught from n window leading Into a booUcae. A hardy soldier In the trenches swallowed a harmless spider. Ills mates agreed, ns a Joke, to tell him that It was a venomous Insect, nnd all pretended that his looks were ghastly and alarming. The Joke was, carried so far that the soldier, completely believing them, fell Into a state of coma and nearly died. Efforts Not Appreciated. An Kngllsh priest, Monslgnor has written his recollections of Cardinal Manning. The. cardinal wns evidently anything hut n severe or lugubrious person. Iteing In Norwich one dny during a heavy shower. Manning happened to take shelter In a chemlsfs shop In company with a very lady. Wishing to be agreeable. Manning tried to say something the occasion or of Norwich ami . Med. "The man In the moon came down' and lost his way to Norwich. The man In the south has burnt bis mouth with eating of cold plum porridge." "I hate a fool," remarked the austere lady. severe-looking 1. We tnarantcr a minis tt onr thir l In rati ortr anr.lowcr drll jiotccI the sane sift--, with sott coal. jlfniicvcsiK. 2. We cuarantce Colo's Hot Blast t nw hird coal lor nesting a Ei -n tpscc than snr base burner made with same size ft pot 3. We cviarantfr'ihal the roor-- n can beheatrd from one to two hoars each taornini m:a the tact put in the stop Iho ermine tf tore. 4. We tuarantce that the store trill tioH fire with soft coal or hard coal troa Saturday ercsis: ta Moo-d- i . mnrniac. s. We guarantee a uniform beat ar aainltht with st'.t mil. nard coal or ilgcil. K We cuanntee evrrr Uotc to regain absolutely air tiiht as long as usM. 7 We guarantee the feed door to bo smoke acd dast proof. The OUTLOOK V i draft to prercot 8 We luaractco ths puffin;. The abOTe puarantee fs mid with the understand lor that the stove he operated according to directions, and connected up with a good tine N0.JIS K2I rr ? a Z- X. Dt..t. Jin No-lr- ft "f .1 $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Report of the condition ol the BETHEL BANK loins business at the town of Hetbel, County of Bath, State of Kentucky at the rinse of business on 15th day of September, 1022. RESOURCES Lo.ms anil .... OuTilral'ts, secured ami unsecured .. . Stock.- -, Ioiuls and other Securities .. Due from Hanks C'a.-- Ii on hand Cliecks and other cn-- h items . Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .. I V Is the only paper published in Bath county, and an advertisement in it always brings results. 1 ............. l.y-ke- J n, . J t, hospital again Thursday. Mrs. Clay Jones and children, nf Lexington, visited her parents, (1. W. Kincaid and wife the past week and visited H. D. Hlevins and family Sunday night. Several from here attended the Fair at Owingsville. Mrs. V. E. Cnniiichacl who was poorly last week is able to be up again. Mrs. Emma Alexander and daughter. Miss Winnie of Mt. Sterling, spent Thursday night with Mrs. Cal-li- e li'agan. Kichard Carpenter and wife returned home Tuesday after visiting his sister, Mrs. Alfred Phillips, at Lexington, and aunt Mrs. Jane Bennett at Nieholasville, and uncle, A roll 'White at Winchester. They also visited Mrs. Carpenter's aunt, Mrs. (J. V. McGill and cousin, Mrs. Albert Burncs near Lexington. V. E. Canniehael, who was well known at this, place and had ninny, friends and relatives in Kentucky, died this week at the home of hi, daughter, Mrs. Virgil Cassity, in M:i. He was brought to Mt. Sterling and buried Sept. 30. He leaves four boys John, Shirley, James and William, six girls, Mrs. Walter Hcdrick, Mrs. Alex Karrick, Mrs. Clyde Staton, of W. Va., Ms. Dawson Koyse, of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Sam Blevins, of HI., and Mrs. Virgil Cassity, of Mo. Wc extend sympathy to the family. L. B. Wilson seems to be some better of his illness. Mrs. Albert Ginfer has been poorly for some time. Mrs. Prank Brown and son, Clyde returned home this week from a visit with friends at Ashland, parents shdrlu II ?t cndcrV tlb(,fri Beware df the fellow who tries to regulate the moral of the world. He has not time to cultivate his own. (jennauy's debt of $250,000,000 Which Daily Paper? A Question that is Quickly and readily answered. . ,. 50,597.53 2,920.2') 1,338.00 14.627.S5 2,198.12 243.85 4400.00 $SS,031.87 The Courier-Jounr- al ..Total..., LARGEST MORNING CIRCULATION OF ANY KENTUCKY NEWSPAPER Enjoys 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 General Assembly in 1922, the Courier-Journa-l is the paper you will need. By special arragements we are now able to offer LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in Surplit-- ; ea-- h ... ....... and taxes paid ......5ol,-182.3- Fund 15,000.00 0,000.00 I'liilivideil Dcpo-it- I'rolits, Ics espenM-- s s Mibject to check Time DopoMtN ;? Cheeks Hue It.ink-- , anil Trust Companies 0,707.00 00.00 vtrssftf Gl,189J5l 2,300.60 ....Total., STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF BATH .SS,034.S7 nprrW The Daily Courier-Journ- al Outlook and Owingsville Jf... l'ru-Mde- to for maintaining the American army of occupation on the Rhine is to be paid by means of dyes. "WORSE THAN PAiN" Louisiana Lady Says She Has "Ncv. er Found Anything Belter Than Cardui for a n Condition." Run-Dow- get your copy of one or all three of these books. 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Once the motor 1 The Jewel was developed from Its ' the shutter Is won'--- started Wtti.to Its hlghe-- t In Kgypt nt set ltiVruls. pe' plain, uuattracthe stone to Int- - i'f.' 5"V.,ch exposure. T ' and iiecklucwt 'JQ times mor-at- e camera Is flipped vith a "betwe than any that -- had been " shutter which Is so design ,for centuries. Yet nexerdii this ns to expose the entire sectlou of .11) rfil did the jewel lose Its primary In of a second nnd'thorc! e and Importance us a. thing of eliminate distortion Introduced by magic. U (lli( In passing, however, focal piano shut tecs. give expression to some early form.s of religion, if they may be so called; It Use of Coal In Great Britain. aided in the rise of sculpture; It made Just when coal was llrst used-Ipossible the later development of Great Rrltnin does not seem to be very by originating the use of glaze; clear. It was, however, used by early and last, but by no nVans least. It Britons and was to some extent nn paved the way for the world trade article of household consumption diir. Uilrh came with Alexander, by pnv period ns early vldlng a medium of exchange. lnc the Anslo-SnxoXo ns 825 A. D. There seems to he pood other single form of human opiesiiui, reason to believe that Itritaln was the sae that of speech Itself, has played Rrt Knropean country In which coal so long, si) varied and so Important a was used to any extent. A coal pit part In the Vvolutlou of the human nt Treston. Haddington, was granted race. National Jeweler. to the monks of Xewbottle between 1210 mud 1210 A. D., and Henry HI. Really Dry Territory. Is recorded a having Riven a license One of the dry est parts of the Unitto dig for coal In 12.'M. ed .States is what Is called the I'apago country, a region Including nbout Natural Death of Trees. sipiaru miles In southwestern In some natural pine forests where Arizona, so called because It was long the trees, grow very close together u;o Inhabited by the nomadic I'apago statistics show that more than t.000 Indians. The broad expanse of desert trees per acre die between the ages of country, which lies between tlila rier ten and eighty nnd that only S00 out and the .Mexican boundary, contains of the remainder die between the ages many groups of volcanic anil other of eighty and one hundred. With some mountains, separated liy broad alluvial this natural dying proceeds faster than basins, which, though the rainfall Is with others. With pine, hlrch, aspen sin.tll and the temperature Is high! sus- - j ind all species which demand a great tuln a scant growth of desert plants, denl of light, the death rate Is enor- Including orchard-likgroups of ! mous. The spruce, beech, rlr and. genstrange trees. Here the bold Mopes of erally speaking, nil species which are mountains, the general alrscnce of wa- - I satisfied with less light, are not affect- tering places, and particular forms of ed so. seriously. the vegetation Impress the traveler strongly with the majesty and the mystery of the desert, anil excile his The North's Call to Trade. Oreat Britain has always been to wonder as to the origin and history of some extent n trading country. Long the natural features. before the Kommis came the Phoenicians (who are the same folk Ready for the Bugle. as the Philistines mentioned in tU Several of my father's comrades Bible) were sailing from Tyre and had dropped away during the winter Sldon to the coas of Cornwall hi or- (he was eighty-fou- r years old) and der to purchase the tin that was he was aware that all his generation mined therfe even In those days. Their were Hearing their end. "Tbcie's chariots, their weapons, perhaps even only one more migration left for us," the armor that Oollath wore, were he said composedly, yet with a note formed from bronze made with Corof regret. Not on the strength of any religious creed, but by reason of mannish tin. ly faith lu the universe he faced death. He was a kind of primitive Lead In Cut Glass. warrior who, having lived honorably, One reason why cut glass Is so was prepaied to meet what was to heavy Is the fact that about come. "I've no complaint to make," of It Is lead, the lead first being he said. "I've had a long life and on changed Into lead oxide by burning, the whole a happy life. I'm ready then In Its red powder state It is for the bugle." Hamlin Garland, in mixed witli silica, which Is line while "A Daughter of the Middle Border." sand, with some potash, and it becomes clear glass when melted in the Grandmother "In Bad." furnace nnd can be blown Into such Mildred envied Patty her grandshapes as may be desired and later mother, for, us she explained, her own put In shape for sale after the full was In. heaven. And she and Patty's cutting has been done. grandmother were good fi lends until one day the grandmother was cross. She scolded the two little girls for Mother's Helper. Doris loves to help leaving the screen door open, for walkmother, nnd since the new baby has ing In n flower bed and dropping come she has taken on the added re- crumbs on the lloo. The two youngrefuge on the porch. sponsibility of keeping him quiet. The sters other ilny he was crying, nnd Doris, Grandmother started to follow them tiptoeing out of the room, came back there a little later, to try to make presently and leaned maternally over up. She realized the necessl'j of dothe basinet. There was a welcome lull ing so, for when she reached the door In the walling, and Doris, stealing to she hearij Mildred say, "Patty, I wish her mother, announced proudly: "See, your grandmother was vlsltlu my mother, he's not crying now. I gave grandmother today." him a raisin." A camera, Both one year by mail for only 5.50. This offer applie to renewals as well as to new subscriptions, but only to people- livinc 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 Send Louisville Evening Times for the Courier-Journa- l. your subscriptions to the Owingsville Outlook oflice. - We, T. S. KobcrtM.n and .1. I'. 11 jlliner, and Cashier of the above named Hank, do. .solemnly sn'.-a- r that the above statement is'truc to the best of our knowledge and belief. T. S. 'ROBERTSON, President, ' J. 1. BALLIXGEIf, Cashier'" ,p, - . Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd dav of September. 1922. t" UUUS liAU.NKS, Clerk B. C. C. L. C. WILLIAMS, D. C. B. C. a Report of the condition of ths He Saw Her Finish. In the rnrly days of the Canadian West a Scotsman named Duncan MacArtliur and his wife Janet ranched a tract of land nbnut forty miles west of the steel'town of Verona. Duncan wns a past master at the national accomplishment and on market days always returned home gloriously drunk. Janet's schemes to conert him always failed, but in desperation she tried once more. On market day she said, "Duncan, every time yon take a drink today I'm going to take one. too." The incorrigible Duncan replied, "Then ye'll be glide nnd drnnk by six o'clock. Jlrs. JIacArthur." San Francisco Argonaut. Founded First Medical School. According to a flreek legend, the founder of the first lhedical school was Chiron, the Centaur. Aesculapius was the only one of his many pupils who equaled the master. He stwU led the curative, properitles of plants and the treatment of diseases and wounds. If one can believe Homer, the two sons of Aesculapius. Mnchaon and Podatyre, organized tlie first army medical coirs, which functioned during the siege of Troy. Crecce irindc demigods of her scientists and doctors, and the Iliad remarks that a physician "is worth many men." Criticising Critics. "Don't say 'can n't' for 'can't'. It don't sound nice." Montezuma Iteeord. "And doij't say 'don't' for 'doesn't'. It Isn't good grammar." Milwaukee Journal. "And don't t you, Mr. Critic, 'gtxnl gramA sentence Is either grammar.' matical or ungrammatleal. Grammar Is neither good or bad." Jacksonville Times. "'Neither good or bad" I neither good nor bad grammar, Mr. Critic of Critics. It is Just no grammar at all." Wellington News. So there ! Boston livening Transcript. talk-abou- SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK doing at the town of Salt Lick, County of .Bath, State of tucky at the close of business oa 15 h dny of September, 1022 bu-in- os i'!eiiv Ken- the-lens- RESOURCES n scl-en- Loans nnd Discounts . Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonils anil other Securities Hue from Banks Cash on ham! 207.loG.2i; 2,1GG.10 . ' 2,700.00 S.2G4.03 7,130.23' FLxt iirot; . Banking House, Furniture and 5,700.00 n .,...Tot9li.". LIABILITIES' Capital Stock paid in, in cash ... Surplus Fund L'nilivided l'rolits, less- - expengos and taxo paid '. Deposits subject to cheek ..... 175,40(i.4o Cnshicr'jj Checks oitstaiiding . 00.00 $ Uthcr Liabilities not included under anv of above heads ..Totul.. $233,11.07' 30,000.00 10,000.00 1G,296.30 175,40G.lo 1,414.22 $233,116.97 O . . STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF BATH - - e I We, .1. II. Campbell and A. II. Points,. President and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement "Is true, to the best ofur knowledge' and belief. J. II. CAMPBELL President, , A. II, POINTS, Cashier. N 'ry Sulseiil)cd and sworn to before me this 22nd day of September, 1022. Commission expires Feb. 24, 102 1. C.'D. RAZOR, Xotary Public The Harassed one-thir- d Five-year-o-ld Prophet as Poker Player. There are few allusions to Moses (or Mesu) In the ancient Egyptian writings, but W. K. Durand, civil engineer nnd scientist, of San Francisco and I'alo Alto, on his return from "Tennis-Cour- t Oath." Kgypt laid before the San Francisco Scientist: Battled. The "Tennis-Cour- t solOath" win a Engineers' club some recently dlseov What do the eye spots on butter-tile- s' emn oath taken ly tht- - members of ered evidence In wings mean? The naturalists mummy papyrus the national assembly of t'nince In that Moses wns a jMiker say. frankly: "We do not know." It Is 17S, to n flayer. A the effect "that they would thought that these eye spots jnay continue to moot translation reads, "Mesu. I pray thee, for the dispatch of open the pot." have some utilitarian application. San Francisco Argoherever circumstances mlRht naut. They form one of tlie most Intricate require, until the constitution of the of yll natural designs. The fact that kiiiRdoin had lecn established upon Man's Work of Destruction. butterllies have been captured with sound and solid fonndatlon." The Tlie last passenger pljeon, pathetic their eye ipots pierced, as If from the oath derived Its name from the royal attack of birds, has been ued as uu tennis court nt Versailles, where the remnant of a species that numbered blhlons within the lifetime of men not argument In favor of the view that assembly met on that occasion, admisthey must be "protii'tive markings," sion to the hall of the Menus I'lnlslrs jet past middle age. has been dead imitating eyes because birds strike t( bavitiR been refused them by Louis these ten years. Tha'bufTalo survlve3 only In zoological guldens ami prirltstj the eyes of their victims. But thl's XVI. the elk holds hU dwindling ractnl remsuivostlon Is hardly regarded us s:'fF" Ist'" tory. Among butterflies the m. t When the Wcrld Was Without Oceans. nant by the altfdf a few friends; many s i. King examples of eye spots 11 There was a time In the earth's "nls- - other faunal families. are extinct ornearly so. TheojJore-iLfound ou the undersurface of t Knappa wings. - Ocean Reclaimed Island. Islands, in some Instances, are n very uncertain kind ot real estate. Twelve years ago an Island off Salvador, In the Ilopango lagoon (Central America), suddenly began to sink. Boats carried off a good many of the Inhabitants, were not but thenenough for all. and 170 men. women and children were drowned when this patch of what had been supposed to bo term (irma slid Into the depths. The catastrophe occurred In the night, nnd In the morning there was no sign of the Island. - Salesman. This pathetic letter recently reached a lan;e business Iioiim in Itochestcr, Xew York. It came from one of the firm's salesmen who was traveling In the "West. Oo you suppose be ever Rot bis check at nil, nnd If so, how' The letter ran: "Where did I tell yon my check for this week? I to copy of my letter, so didn't keep don't know where you were to svnd It, but wherever It was to be sent. plen-- e send It there nt once; only, bow am I to know where It Is so I can j;i there nnd Ret It. as I leave this town tonlRlit and don't know where I will be next?" Youth's Companion. , st-ii11 tory when there was no sva. The surface of the young earth was too hot to allow-- the accumulation, of water In basins. More than that, there were no basins, for the surface of the earth must have been at any one place as tlat as n pancake. On nn aveniRe there are three nnd n half pounds of salty material to every hun-ilrpounds of eawuter. More than s of the salts In the sea consists " ol common salt (sodium chloride. three-fourth- i r - n-- , V