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Owingsville outlook: October 12, 1922 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 owi1922101201_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: October 12, 1922 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XJ.IV OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, PERSONAL Dr. A. W. Walilrn THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 192. NUMBER 13. FOK SAl.K: One man Foul top. hImj regular stvlc Ford ton. Call at Outlook office. n, in Uwing-to- n Fridaj. V Edgar Denton wn- - in Cincinnati LOST: Ladies Brown Coat. Sat D. on business Tuesday. Return t I Brother's store. Rev. Crates, of Mt. Sterling, visitMRS. ROBBRT CLIXE. ed friend here Monday. Ford Pattcron h:is returned from Up to last Saturday tho Burley trip to Cincinnati. ii busine Tobaero Grower- - Cooperative AsMorgan AlchUon left Monday to sociation had 70,0(10 members. make hi home in Denver, Coin. Raymond Steele, of Lexington, Get our prices on coal, lumber, lime and cement before buyinp. Right spent Sunday with relatives here. pri" - nnd prompt delivery. Mis- Elizabeth Botts, of Ahland, TUB WALTER YODNQ COAL CO is isiting her aunt, Mi's. .1. I. Ewinp. Albert Wilon, of Versailles, -r I have about one hundred ls dhis brother in lawf T. S. Slirout, at $1.30 per of seed wheat for sale a few days last week. bushel. urday,- Sept. 30. vi-itbu-hc- J. B.GOODI'ASTKR. Sheet iron Wood $1.75 up, Heaters Adair Richard resume hi studies at the Univerity from of Virginia. Eugene Stone, of Bourbon county, is left last week to at E. 1 & A. T. I1YKO.W viiting the family of his uncle, We will have a hip dress display Elnicr Stone. Omar Botts, of Mt. Sterling, spent Sunday with hi parent, Mr. ami Mr. Seth Botts. at our store Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14. flOODI'ASTER & CO. Eleventh Grade: Edward Kichnrd, Palmer Coxle 02: Morgan ! paster 02; Nellie Hamilton !M; Bed ford Reid ill; Julia Goodpastcr ill; Nathan Darnell ill). Tenth Grade: Mona Byron Well., !!: Charles Ilonakrr 00. 03; Ninth Grade: Violet Bailey Elizabeth Wells 02; Aitkin Darnell ill; Mary B. Daily 00; Earl Ulery 00. Teachers, Mr. Horton, Miss Martin and Prof. C. F. Martin. !!.'!; Many Bath Counlains at E. K. S. N Association Sells Balance of Crop. CITY SCHOOL NOTES M, ;, lobaeco Growers Enrollment at the Eastern I' opened Owingsvilie city Nchool rlo-.'- d a contract Monday with the largest attendance ccr be- tucky State Normal School shows uu li'eynold Co., for 51, 30 per cent in quant it v fore known in its hitory. It ha 11S increase of f tobacco which boy and 110 girl in attendance and and quality of tie student body this 000,000 pound car over any other year before. alMiut winds up the Association's first mouth's more to come. The are business for the past ear. There school work was tiuihcd Friday, Two thirds of these students Sept. 20. and a a whole was a fill'.' High School graduates ami will he remains no doubt that the organizamouth's work. A large per cent of in the college department of the in- tion is a sound, economic institution. the boys and girl. have done excel stitution. One third will be in the It i more than a system. It is a Many of the powerful merchandising organization lent work anil you will lind the names secondary department. who haw made an iicrngc students are returning to complete with physical properties of immense of thoe percentage of !0 on their studies the necessary work to secure their value. The best warehouses of the and W) per rent in detriment ami lite diplomas, while others are here Slate and the best acreage is theirs fi and there is no doubt that the iusti- attendance, on the honor roll. Their for the first time. enrolled for ! lution will stand a monument to its These students have names are as follows: luiildcrs. one semester of twenty week, inHONOR ROLL stead of one term of ten week a HIGH SCHOOL in former years. The elimination of Cane Ridge Church to ho Siirinc. 1 ML -- V from a visit to her Seventh Grade: Carroll Steele 01; Grinder. Apply to 10..1A Wilson Strader, of Lexington. Martha Duff 03; Arnold Thompson T. COYLE. JAS. C. L Jones, of Spiceland, Ind., 03; Hester Bnhford 01. visited hi niece, Mrs. Leslie Ateh Teacher, Miss Palmer. A defect in the petition railing for r Sixth Grade: Winston Byron a vote on a road bond issue in Mor- ion at Moorcs Ferry Saturday. Ross 03; Jack Daily !I2: gan county has caused the election Mrs. II. J. Daily and children spent Ionise to ne postponed for sixty days; Sunday with Mrs. Daily's sister Mrs. Gladys Snedegar 01; Nannie Carter ill; Gladys Bahford 00; .Mabel Bronston Hoffstcttur, of Cnrlile. A complete stock of heating stovcs Horseman 00; Florence Norris 00. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathias, of coal 'hods, shovels, pokers, and all Fifth Grade: Mildred Young 04: 's Carlile, spent Sunday with the stove accessories. Lillian Palmer 04; F. F. Friel, Jr., parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. E. L. & A. T. BYROX. 04; Virginia Duff 02; Nancye Robin'f;' Barnes. son 01; Roe Brother 00; Sherman Jack Winn, son of Mx. and Mrs. l?uscll Crooks and friend, Joe Henderson 00; Joseph Shrout 00. John C. Winn, of Mt. Sterling, has Thomas, of 'Pincyillc, visited Mr. Teacher, Miss Salver. been cng.iped as coach of the foot Crooks' parents, Robert Crooks and Fourth Grade: Roger Byron 05; ball team of the University of Ken- wife Saturday night. Robin Byron 05; Marjorie Animer-ma- n tucky this season. 04; Marian Conner Dawson 04; Mrs. M. L. Thomas and daughters, I'M ward Goodan 04; Margaret Misses Nettie and Mary Alice, have School children's special on pocket 03; Hayden Horscnvan 03; returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. cutkry this week, see window dis- - John Thomas, of Maysville. Mary Lathram 03; Clay Slirout 00. Third Grade: Lillic Jane Shrout Miss Kathleen Palmer, of Lexing 105; Marjorie L. & A. T. BYRON. Warner 01; Edna ton, spent the week end with Theodore Crouch 04; Em The special Keen Kuttcr pocket father, Oscar Palmer. Miss Helen I ily Hatton 03; Bettie Hatton 02; A knife sale will be continued another Christian accompanied her. Reese Everman 02; Pierce Hatton week. See window display and mark - 01; Bobbie Warner 01; Bettie Big-sta'.Miscs liernice Florence, oi onawdown. 00; Ewell Horseman 00; Nona han, and Marvin Chamberlain, of E. L. & At T.:BYRON. Lexington, were week end guests of Ratliff 00; Austin Robinson 00. Mis Nettie .Belle Arnold. Teacher, Mrs. Floyd Ross. Lost, Strayed or Stolen. Firt and Second (Snides: Nancye Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Pinney, of Red heifer, weight about S00 Shrout 03; Mary Barber 03; Jouett pounds and has a cropped car. Re- Mt. Sterling, and daughter Miss tannic Maybeth Pinney, of Washington, Duff 03; Louise Bristow 03; Rusell ward $5.00. D. C, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wells 02; Lucille Robinson 01; Mary J. D. & S. R. GREEXWADE, E. Warner 01; Robert Toy 01; VirE. II. Brother Sunday. Mt. Sterling Ky. ginia Shrout 91; Lillian Hatton 00; T J. Havens, Mrs.H. B. Anderson I E. Denton 01; E. II. Brother Mr. Frank O'Brien will be at our md children, of Shawhan, spent James I 90. store Monday and Tuesday, October Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Hiram Royse 03; George E. Bel23 and 24 to take measures for tail- Mrs. A. X. Denton. Mrs. Havens, Ammcnnan 03; or made clothing. We invite you to who has been here for a month's cher 03; Martha Mary II. Coyle 02; Mary E. Hatton inspect thi. line. visit accompanied them home. 03; Katherinc Jackson 02; Gordon GOODPASTER & CO. Mises Clara Arnold, Mary Aliec Byron 02; Oscar Palmer 01; Morton Thomas and Nettie Belle Arnold were Bashford 01. For Rent or Sale in Mt. Sterling Sunday. Teacher, Miss Byron. My farm of 50 acres ,A mile from Mrs. Bettie S. Harris of Frank Owingsvilie on Sharpsburg and OwFriday to organize a Gives Property to Baptist Church. ingsvilie pike. 2t fort, was here Win. Moore, of the Farmers Bap ED HENDERSON. Association was formed with a goott tist Church left his estate amounting A large crowd was in attendance membership. The following ollicers to about $10,000 to the church. The here Court day. There were a good were elected: President, Mrs. An will was contested and the lower many cattle on the market which drew Jones; First vice president, courts decided in favor of the consold brikly at prices about the same Prof. C. F. Martin, Second vice testants. It was tried on appeal be as the previous court day. Mule president, Mrs. William Hamilton; fore Judge II. R. Pre wit t at the last colts were low, bringing from $20 to secretary, Mrs. Floyd Ross; treas- term of the Rowan Circuit Court and urer, Mrs. Leslie Shrout. While here on peremptory instructions of ihc $35. Mrs. Harris was the guest of Mrs. court the jury upheld the provisions of the will, which gave the estate to L. D. Brother. LAND FOR SALE. the church. No appeal was taken and A small tract in the tobacco belt this act of Judge Prewitt's settles In Serious Condition of Indiana. Some good tobacco land; Mr. I. R. Darnell, who is in the the contest. good prass land, especially sweet clover; a few acres bottom land, Mary Chiles Hospital at Mt. Sterling Duff Active in Montgomery. is reported to be no better. Mr. Near Laurel, Ind., on good road. Darnell was taken to the hospital Prohibition agent Robert Duff and C. A. Buchanan, Laurel, Ind., R. 3. suffering from pressure on the brain, son, Robert, Jr. on last Saturday sinus. night near Spencer in Montgomery The Owingsvilie High School base caused from pus in the frontal The sinus was opened and drained county, arrested Boyd MeCarty, ball team was defeated by the High School team of Sharpsburg on the by Dr. Reynolds, of Mt. Sterling, in John Collins and Jim Busby on the hope of relieving the pressure on charge of having in possession and lattcr's grounds last Friday by Ls in a serious transporting moonshine whiskey. A to 5. Thev were defeated the brain. Mr. Darnell score of 6 half gallon of moonshine was found Lick the previous week by condition. at Salt in the car and car and liquor were a score of 9 to 5. I am prepared to examine and fit confiscated. They were taken before your eyes with glasses. No charge Commissioner Wood and released on Giants Win Series must bond aggregating $1,000. On MonThe World's- series of base bal for examination nnd nt you nnd satisfy you or no sale, day night on the streets of Mt. Stergames played between the Giants ling he arrested Dr. Keller Johnson, S. D. THOMPSON. Had Yankees both of New York was of the Paris pike. He found in t received here in detail by radio at Registered Optometrist. car a half pint each of red Goodpaster's Garage as it was play liquor and moonshine. Both car and M. E. Church Notes. ed. The series was won by the U. V. W. Darlington, Bishop of the liquor were conlicattd. Giants; in four games. A tie was the best the Yankees could do and district composed of Virginia, West Mr-- . James Chambers, known as this game was called on account of Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. ' Dr. G. W. Banks, of Winchester, pre- Ajiid.tmo Stella Jngiers, who was darkness. siding e'.dpr of the Maysville District setously inim ;d in a fall from a 'ii'-a as taken to St. Joseph FOR RENT: My house on Main and D V. F Arnold will be at tho balloon hospital at Lexington Friday. Her ' Ifethodist ;, Lurch Wednesday, Oct. street The p ylic is cordially invited. condition has not improved. MRS. JOHN A. DAUGHERTT.'pS. 0-lat-tcrIIov-orma- le ff Mr. A. E. Richard left Friday to GRADED SCHOOL FOR SALE: New four room houe join her son, .1. M. Richard for .i Eighth Grade: Opal Hamilton 02: and five acre. 'f land in east end of stay at Martinsville, Lid. 02; LilGeorge Young 02; Bob Ro Owingsvilie. Mr. and Mr. John Marshall, of lian Goodpater 02; Lucille Arnold ARTHUR HORSEMAN'. Dayton, Ohio, are visiting their niece ill; Duke Young 01; Ruth Power ill; Lucille Jones 01; Delsie Jones 00; FOR SALE: First class, fi II. P. Mrs. R. B. Crooks and family. Beulah Jours 00. Fairbanks Engine and 10 inch cut Mr. J. J. Xesbitt has retnrne.l Teacher, Mrs. Martin. tinp box, Belt, Saw Rip and Emery daughter, Mrs. Judge Bingham Makes Loan to Association. For second time evidencing ah solute confidence in the iiccc of the cooperative plan for marketing1 JOHNSON BROS. ENGLISH IMPORTburley tobacco. Judge Robert Ding- ED CHINTILLA ham, of Louisville who led personally ' ami with his newspapers the cam j PATTERN SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND. p.iign for the organization of the Meat Platter 25c Dinner Plate $1.45 set'. Burley Tobacco Growers' Cooper- ifi M- -j Meat Platter 50c jr; Breakfast Plate $1.25 set 1i ative Association, last, week sub T11..U... fif irk Tea Plate $1.00 set 5 I .scribed for $(100,000 of the $720,- - nr h Meat Platter 85c Si Pie Plate 75c set 25c ifi 000 of warehouse stock available and S3 Baker B & B Plate 60c set 7- - inch Baker 30c Lfi thus furnished the funds necessary in Teas and Saucers $1.40 set 8- - inch Baker 35c IC for the financing of the warehouse h Coup Soup Plate $1.25 set 7- - inch Scallop 30c r Ifl Fruit Saucers 50c set end of the business until next year. LC 35c ?P 8- - inch Scallop Oatmeals GOc set GOc n At the meeting of bankers last fall y: Covered Vegetables $1.25 each Sugar Bowl 25c ifl when money was to bo raised to Err Covered Butter 75c each Cream Pitcher make a loan of $5,500,000 to the As- - j BARGAINS A crowd estimated at approxi- sociation. Judge Bingham niado a the term plan saves two weeks, ono week of enrollment at the beginning mately 2,500 gathered at the Old Brine your want list and get a real bargain in pure white Jfi loan of $1,000,000. of the term anil a week at the end Cane Ridge church, Bourbon county. jp English China. Full line displayed in our show window plain figures. of each term. The next semester j lat Friday morning to pay tribute Statement of the Ownership, Man- in Prices marked in will begin February 12, 1023. The to the memory of Barton Warren agement, etc., required by Act of majority of the present student body Stone, forerunner of Alexander Congress of August 24, 1912, of E. L. & A. T. BYRON will remain for the entire year with Campbell, recognized founder of the Outlook. imblilipil winl-f-l THE Christian denomination. STORE many others coming in at the at Owingsvilie, Ky., for Oct. 1, 1022.1 A campaign was launched formal(MEMBER the next semester. That the names and addresses of the Owingsvilie, Ky. The following js a list of the ly to raise $20,000 to convert the publisher and editor are E. D. students "I Eastern Kentucky Nor- old Cane Ridge Church into a per- Thompson, Owingsvilie, Ky., that mal from Hath county: Ella Adkiu-on- f manent memorial for Barton W. the name and address of the owner s, Stone. It is proposed to rcstoro the i O. B. Thompson, Owingsvilie, Ky., Nellie Doiiohuc, Lillie Mao Irene Fri.zell, Ella Goodpas- church to its condition of 120 years that there are no known landholders tcr, Ethel Karrick, Clarine Liggett, ago and then erect a larger building or mortgagees. Albert McGlothin, Mrs. Jennie Newell to enclose the old structure. (). B. THOMPSON. Already $2,200 ha. been subscribNannie Ramey, Madge Shrout. Subscribed and sworn to before ed and the remainder will be raised me this 0th day of October, 1022. President's Stone's Statement. through a national campaign. CarK. I.. BYRON, Notary Public. In discussing the big tobacco sale lisle Mercurv. My Commission expires June 14, made Monday President Stone said 1020. Road Work Order. in part, as follows: "It is of course The Fiscal Court on Tuesday of r matter Tor gratilieation that tho An infant child of Earl Phelps died if; patience of the loyal growers has last week made an order for begin- Saturday morning and was buried at tfi thus been rewarded by the sale ot ning work on the Midland Trail at Bethel. their holdings. The sentiment of our Licking River bridge in 1023. The yj HOME-MAD- E is members has been loyal throughout. Court will meet again Thursday to aac They have desired us to merchandise have thi order rescinded and the ziaa DD the association tobacco and have work it. !egin on the Montgomery Weak, Ailing loyally stood by us and waited pa- - end oi nr road A committee oom- f County Attorney I). W. tiently until the time came when wo ' ""s-Hi W Rufiis Knight and T. B. could sell their tobacco at their price iV-t't- t, should take i DQ jS Staggs were ent to Frankfort to instead of dickering with speculators & as they used to have to do individu- confer with the State Road Commisifi Ifi ally and dividing the profit s' with sion in regard to the work and the first order did not meet with their these speculators. Ice- - ffi fi "It has been a great day for the approval and the change was made. tobacco growers. To me, it is :f The roatf department promises to ifj iiR great sourse of pride that men who have a corps of engineers in Bath TJie Woman's Tonic have stood so loyally to- - Mier have county in a short time to go over , r,.i,lp.,M'li! rout" and Make a survev. me as tr again chosen pi and general manager i Sold Everywhere "ji'o.. P.berti- up .n on desire is tnat 1 .'iaj nici-ui- e nn Hi A E . ilictW Willis Robtr: , aip that capacilv to 'ac expectations of DC nn his home west of town rialurday) the farmers of If'" burley district, ruing of typhoid fever and tubcr wlw have entrusted not only the i mii'sis. Mr. Roberts was one of the Tortolas Centuriei uitf. property but the welfare of their That the slant tortoise lives to nn families to our hands for the next substantial men of his community Immense age ts an accepted fact. Exand is survived by his wife and sevperts have no hesitation In allowing 31 five years." eral sons and daughters. Funeral tbem from 200 to 300 years of life erviccs were conducted by. II. S provided, of course, no accident occurs The Mt. Sterling papers are offerto hurry them out of existence. The Ficklin Sunday morning, after which living patriarch of ing their columns to President Rusthe race today Si the burial was in the Roberts grave might have been a bright youns egg sell, of the BIuegrass base ball leagwhen Unleigli was beheaded and the ue, for a statement as to how he vard. wmihl he tlte execution of Charles-arrived at his conclusion that contemporary history of his hoyhootl. The pennant of the Blue Grass Ills father wntilil, perhaps, be a link had won the contest. Fans with the discovery of America only League has been awarded to. Cynthi-anlike to see a statehere would also Maysville won the first half of ono life away as the giant tortoise ment from President Russell. counts life. The giant tortoise lives jjl the .season and a scries of games arc long, hut he Hies very, very slowly. Sr When raging with thirst, he plunges houso and being played between these teams. FOR SALE: his head Into n pond to drink ; It takes En fi on Slate avenue. Lot contain lot him six seconds to swallow a single The condition of James Snedegar, mouthful. acres, good well and outbulid-ingij us who was reported very low with ty11-1- 6 Human Eye's Many Expressions. phoid fever last week, remains un. MRS. MARY F. PERKINS, AH comprehend and acknowledge changed. R. 1 Hillsboro, Ky. the power that speaks In the flaming m eye, that Inspires terror In the guilty and fresh courage In the virtuous; In iWork is being rushed on the picAn all day meeting will be held at tho commanding1 eye that compels awe Sharpsburg Methodist Church next ture show building and it is expected and prompt obedience; In the "look (member) Thursday, Oct. 10. Visiting minis- that they will be ready for showing that speaks volumes" when the tongue Hi falls to express the ters present will be Rev. W. E. Ar- next week. thoughts and emotions. As a natural ifi Winchester, Rev. T. L. Ilulse nold, or;m ot language, the eye may ex- Si and J. B. Adams, of Louisville, F. Pennsylvania Cacuum Cup Cord press all the uobler emotions of tho Si may It be made tho B. Jones, Paris, and Bishop U. V. Casing, $15.75 and ton tested heavy mind; 50, also, Si servant of baser uses. The look of W. Darlington, Huntington, W. Va. tube given free. coarse Insolence, the leer so uxpressiie of n brutal mind, the Insinuating Let all the members of tho Bethel J. R. DAY. glance that hints more than the Hps Sharpsburg circuit come, bring and dare utter, arc some of the forms of lunch and spend the day. the lower language of which the eyes IffiSiSiSiSiSiWHSiSiHiSi OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. C. B. PILOW, Pastor. are susceptible. 1 is Qtieensutere Specials E ch ic 10-in- A. ch S S e begin-ning.- "fflCfSTR toIff) g Vr7 J Em-moii- I REMEMBER CANDY the wife and sweetheart Saturday, October 14th, with a nice box of CANDY, for this i I NATION DAY WOMEN I i SARDUI A fresh stock of dolicious swoets and Miss Holiday's Canity for this day. By the way have yon triod our .Si 1 1 Cream Suckers? '"ft 1 R. C. BYRON;! OUR -- !... FALL GOODS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY Cyn-thia- a. li s. Coat Suits, Dresses, Fall Coats in all new cloths and shades. Prices very show you. attractive. Call and let S 5 Mrs. J. B. Hampton entertained with a bridge party Thursday after noon at her homo on the Preston pike. The house was lovely with its decoration of Autumn (lowers. De- lightful refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. Those present were Mesdamr.s E. V. Brother, Shanklin Piper, Conner Ewing, Edgar Donton, Charles Bristow, Robert Catlett, C. W. Young, J. L. Byron, T. S. Shrout, Alex Goodpastcr, Misses Oddie Power and Louise Lacy. Some person or persons broke into Mr. A. P. Brown's residence at the Olympian Springs and broks nearly all of the large bottles used in shipping the Olympian Springs water. Arthur Bristow's eleven year old son has diphtheria. Also a son o Oil Gillon, aged about 15 years, has the same disease. Little Lucille Snedegar, daughter of Clyda Snedegar, is very' il' th what is believed to be paeumorou Argentina's Favorite Horse. Itenowned among turf followers the world over, was the racehorse I'ota-fogArgentina the darling Black-DraugFound Valuable by tiul. Though only of the clsht years old, he died recently at JIar del Plata. Not a Texas Farmer, Who Has partlcularlj fortunate in his parentage, Known Its Usefulness as great racers usually are, he neverOver 30 Years. theless became a phenomenon of the track. At two years he sold for $'JTi,- ilthough he was never 000 at auctl Thed-ford- 's Naples, Texas. "I have used ht for years I can good looking. When lie raced the horse stretched himself out like a safely say for more than 30 years," det,Yey hound, lie lrjtile his debut in clares Air. H. H. Cromer, a substantial, farmer, residing out from 11M7, and all flie classics fell before here on Route 3. his amazing speed. One day when he jf "I am 43 years old, and when a small was nut In form and lost to Oray Fox, puny and boy I had indigestion and was ifi event was regarded In Argentina my folks gave me a liver regulator. Then the quite a national catastrophe. In a was advertised and we as suhseiiuent "revenge race" he defeated heard of it. and his conqueror with perfect ease before yp; "I began to tane have used ft, when needed, ever since. the greatest crowd that ever assemnow in my home, bled at the Pelermo tracks. I use and certainly recommend it for any liver trouble. First Aid Treatment. "I have given it a thorough trial, and If something ci'ts stuck In the after thirty years can say It has saved me many throat try first n Hliurp hliiw ttween is my stand-bSick spells." the two shoulder lilades, nest drinking Mr. Cromer writes that he is "never water or some hot drink to relax the Lfj and says several out o! throat muscles, then eat a piece ot of his neighbors prefer it to any other plve an emetic to bread. If these fall, liver medicine. "1 always recommcna Induce vomiting. I.Oion Juice will disto mv friends," he adds. This valuable, old, powdered liver solve a .small Isli bone. A simiriu one emetic consists u it medicine is pseparcu irem meaicmai mots and herbs, a.id lias none of the bad In a em ti! if of mustard effects so often observed from tiie use of water. This maj ifj - 'beneficially usm f2lomel, or ether p jwerlul mineral drugs. whe- ucate headache .3 caused Be sure togei ihe Genuine, Thedford's. SAVED SIGK ht SPELLS a, ss Si Si Si Si Black-Draug- Attention I jNovemhcr G Unsigned Tobacco Growers1 1 has heen named by the Si Si Si Si Si Si well-kno- ffi Black-Praug- ht Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht y. Black-Draueh- t." hoard of directors of tho Burley To- - g hacco Growers' Association as the dato Si of closing books for the 1922 crop of jS H tobacco. Positively no extension of Si H time. Get in before it is too late. You jjj will be the loser if you do not. The Si Association does not r huilarly jiC' : Black-Draue- ht ' g JOHN R. riOCIC T : . Chairmai tfnCunaitv,. . - NC-1- lndlte.-rio- n. 45 f. TJiSiSiffiSiSiSiSiffiffi OCT- - OWINGSVILLE IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Ob, .OOK. OWINGfc .CY. Is Backache Crippling You? it bard for you to get around? Are you lame, Fore and tortured with sharp, rheumatic pains? It's time, ing some attention to your persistent backache is often Nature's first signal of kidney kidneys! 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DOAN'S "yfV Skin Eruptions Arc Usually Due to Constipation When yon are constipated, not enough of Nature's lubricating liquid U produced in the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving. Doctors prescribe Knjol because it acts like this natural lubricant and thus replaces it. Dinioi is a lubricant not a medicine or so laxative cannot rripe. Try it today. Get Doan's at An? Store, 60c a Bos HKKintENi'B UATUIUAL-Mu- lt. Phil PllISlAltV TOPIC What John Eald About Jesus. JLWIUIt TOPIC John Preaching and Baptising. INTIiUMKUlATU AND SKNIOH TOPIC A Fearless Hefonncr. YOUNG PKOPLK AND ADULT TOPIC -l- heaen In 3:2. ut hand. Matt. U:S-- for the Docs. tejxntance: What It la and What It Degeneracy of the Times I. The (vv. 1, A UUBRCANT-NO- T A LAXATIVE I you," Parrot Got Busy. Johnny played with his little friends next door, where tbey had a loquacious parrot. AVhen mother wanted Johnny she would telephone and the message would be shouted out the back door. "Johnny, your mother wants you." Whereupon the lad would k home. One day, hearing the familiar words, the boy trotted back to his own house and reported to mother. Imagine hU surprise when she said. "I didn't call The parrot had learned the combination. "Johnny, your other wants you," and sent the boy home. Aspirin Say "Bayer" and Insistl The Jews Imtl sunk to a very low level of civil, moral anil religious life. Luke carefully enumerates the civil and religious rulers In order to show the profligacy of tl.c times, nntl therefore the eed of n messenger to call the people back to God and virtue. Herod, the son of the Croat, was u murderer. Annus and Calaphas were corrupt ecclesiastical rulers. II. The Nature of John's Ministry (vv. In the wilderness he underwent a discipline which fitted him for his task. Out of the wilderness he flashed forth preaching the baptism of for the remission of slus (v. 3). This ministry Is declared to be a fulfilment of Isaiah's prophecy. The message was described as one calling upon the nation to prepare for the coming of the Messiah. This preparation was presented under the figure of a monarch of the East about to make n Journey. A servant was sent before Valleys to prepare the highway. needed to Ik- - filled, mountains and hills needed to be lowered, crooked places needed to be made straight and rough places needed to be made smooth. Today before the nations will receive Christ the valleys need to be filled with righteous deeds, the exceeding high mountains of sin and Iniquity need to be brought low, the crooked dealings of t'ie business world must be straightened out, and the rough ways of nations and Individuals must be smoothed out. lien must repent of their sins before they can Despite the great receive Christ wickedness of the nation, John declared that all flesh shall see the sal tation of God. Tills Is the note of hope needed toi'ny. The only hope for the world Is God's salvation through Jesus Christ. Let men accept Christ nnd all war and contention will end. lien will then love each other Instead of bate each other. III. The Content of John's Message ""CHess you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physicians over twenty-twyears and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache o Toothache Earache Neuralgia Pain, Pain Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" only. Each unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and 100. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldester of Salicyllcacld. Advertisement For Visitors Only. The primary teacher asked the class for s definition of the wprd "blessing." None of the pupils seemed to know. Finally Johnny's hand went up. "What is it, Johnny?" said the teacher. "Papa says the blessing every time we have company." 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Ont des auflclsnt. It talis, ws will refund roar money, It Pearl St, New York Cut. Advertisement. til Apatite is on the free photographers. list brother Milk of human kindness should not be turned sonr by Ingratitude. Som of that is to be expected. Sure FOR INDIGESTION VBi.U:KrSl 1. Denunciation of Sin (w. 7, 8). He called them "a generation of This shows that he charged them with deceltfulness nnd wicked ness. Knowing the subtle hypocrisy of these Jews, he demanded evidence of their sincerity the genuineness of their repentance was to be demon strated by their works. 2. Announcement of Judgment (v. 0). He declared that the axe was laid at the root of the tree and that the tree not bringing forth fruit was to be hewn down and cast into the Are. John made It very plain that for their sins they should be called Into Judg Paul's preaching of a Judg ment. ment to come made Felix tremble (Acts 24:25). 3. Instructions to the Inquirers (1) The people ivv. lO, (w. 11). Each man was to turn from his besetting sin and show love and kind ness to his fellow men. Clothing and food were to be given those who had need. They were to turn from a life of selfishness and greed and do unto others as they would be done by. (2) Publicans (vv. 12. 13). These tax gatherers who were guilty of greed and oppression were not asked to give up their occupation, but to exact only that which was appointed Dy law. (j) The soldiers (v. 14). These were likely the policemen of that day at least men on mllltnry duty. He told them to extort money from no man, to ac cuse none falsely, nnd to be content with their wages. To all these classes he made It clear that they should henceforth perform their duty from a motive of love Instead of selfish ness and greed. 4. Testimony to Jesus (vv! The people were musing in their hearts as to whether John was indeed the Messiah. When John perceived this he with fine humility declared that his mission was so lowly In com parlson with Christ's that be would be unworthy to perform the menial net of a slave In loosing the latchet of His shoes. John baptized with water, but Christ, he declared, would baptize with the Holy Ghost and with fire. (vv. 19, Whltesburg The family of Bud IV. John's Imprisonment 20). Brown, farmer of Taney County, Mis Because of his reproof of Herod for souri, arrived at Uz In this county his wicked lewdness and other sins having traveled all the way in an old John went to the dungeon. The preach fashioned covered wagon. Mr. Brown er of righteousness must become was accompanied by his wife and martyr. God's faithful prophets are ten children, and the trip was made usually despised by the world, even without Incident save for a few days' cast into prison, burned, or beheaded. illness of one of the small children. After visiting for several weeks around Uz they will return the same wayThe sources of artificial strength aboard the old covered wagon. The and artificial weakness are being dried distance traveled in reaching Uz was up. Governors jnd governed, employ around 1,000 miles. Some rough road, ers and employed, are coming to be It is said, was encountered. same ends. Not for the the old mercies repeated, but new mer Whltesburg George Nichols and cies going vastly deeper than the old Hood Lawson, young men of Carrs these are what men are beginning to Fork, Knott County, are held in Haz see that the world Is needing and that ard Jail, charged with the robbery God Is giving to the world He loves. and murder of Carl Dunlgan, 17, near Phillips Brooks. Lennut, on the L. & N. Railroad, about a year ago. Dunlgan was the son of Prayer. The W. A. Dunlgan, of Blackey, this coun"Ask nnd It shall be given you ty. He was last seen with the young Vrnr n blessedness to sneak to Gnrt lIn fldnncp to onen the heart to tiim men on the night of the tragedy, The grand Jury returned Indictments and to be brought Intimately near Mm against Nichols and Lawson In their In prayer, iinppy is uie soui which closing deliberations at Hazard fol blessed In prayer by the presence lowing warrants sworn out by Moie Fenelon. God. Watkins, of Beattyvllle, Leo County. ). 15-1- (w. A verdict of suicide Itnrhourvllle was returned by the Knox County coroner In the death of Gall Lowe, Lexington At the close of two days" fit), whose body was found near Dish-ma- n registration period 1.4ii3 students had Springs. The body was found enrolled In the University of Ken by Judge S. 11. Dishman. 100 more than registertucky. This is period ed during the corresponding Frankfort Mrs. S. J. Greer:, of last year. Louisville, hits been npp. lm1 clerk to Judge Charles II. J' orman, of Mavsvlllc Milton Moore. 27. of Con Louisville, member of the Appellato cord, Ky.. was shot and probably fatal- Court. Mrs. Green succeeds Miss ly wounded by (he accidental explo Artie May, of IxiiisvUIe, resigned. sion of a rllle cartridge In the hands Clayton of his hunting companion. Louisville That the defendant "took Thalr. also of Concord. The bullet hold of his coat and Jerked hlni about" lodged In Moore's spine. Physicians Is the allegation made by Fred Bauer, say he can not live. suing E. P. Rucker for $5,000 damages for alleged assault. Bauer says that Incorporation Frankfort Articles of the attack occurred as he was leaving Hiillding and Loan his residence, 1014 Alfresco Place. of the Pearl City apAssociation of Iiopklnsvllle were proved by State Ranking Commission Ixmlsville Lawrence Huff, suing The company Is thru Itoliert Huff, his brother, as next er .Tames P. capitalized at 520.000 ami the corpora friend, demands $5,000 damages from tors are U. !. Woodward, K. U. Wool-ridg- e the and .Nashville Hallrond an.l X. IT. West. Company antl F. D. Dixon, private poemployed by the railroad. liceman, Whltesburg line to the uctlvity of Hurt says he was shot by the oflicer, the V. S. Court at Jackson. It became claiming there was no provocation for necessary to remove sixteen of the the act. prisoners convicted at the term to the Whltesburg Jail. The Jackson Jail Frankfort Kentucky ranks nine Some was crowded to overflowing. teenth among the states of the Union eighteen or twenty prisoners also were n the value of Ice manufactured an taken to the Knott County Jail at nually, according to the United States Ilindman. ensus of manufacturers. This cen sus .shows that there are ninety-nin- e Jackson Sol Noble, ft", patriarch of Ice plants In Kentucky and that the the Noble clan, was shot three times value of Ice manufactured In 1021 was and Instantly killed at Grapevine, sa.cso.ooo. Just across the Ureathltt County line Ftigate, ltoozer In Perry County. Howling Green Officers, directors who Is charged with the shooting, Is and a manager were elected by the sought by posses sent Independent Strawberry Growers' Asn fugitive, being out by the sheriffs of Perry and Ureath sociation. They were T. E. Toting, ltt counties. president: E. E. Veatch, vice president; G. II. Sklles, secretary; Hubert Campbellsvllle The Campbellsvllle D. Graham, manager; James M. Elkln, Episcopal Church, South, Tobe Jenkins, C. L. Donaldson and IL Methodist Just completed at a cost of ?S2,000, K. Doty, directors. was dedicated, a crowd of 4.000 peo prohibi Lexington The Kentucky ple witnessing the ceremonies. The Itev. II. C. Morrison, of t llmore, Ky., tion ollice Is not open to chnrges of preached the dedicatory sermon, and unnecessary delay In acting on appliMayor Hntson Quln nnd W. T. liaker. cations, anil there Is a "sufficient legal reason" for every permit revoked or. of Louisville made addresses. application disapproved, Sam Collins, prohibition director, said In anITenderson The Presbyterians of state swer to complaints of delay and "arrienderson closed their campaign for bitrary" action on applications for per$."Vi,000 as their part of the Kentucky movement mits. Presbyterian educational for $1,000,000 with $3r.rrj9 subscribed. Hickman Dink Evans, young man The campaign closed one day ahead This Is the first time of this city was shot by John Adalc of schedule. few miles west this has happened In any of the cam- at the latter's home awas over cotton conducted by the Presbyterians of town. The affair paigns pickers whom Adair had hired away In the South. from Evans. Evans was round roadside b;- - a passerby La Center William nugli Peal, son n tree on the to town, brought lie declares nt Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Peal. Sr.. of La nnd window, as Center, who was selected as the Rhodes Adair shot him from a Kentucky, left here for he passed. scholar for Mr. Peal went to Oxford, England. children of lifnrt Crlnnled Lexington and will go from there to vocaWnshtncton before rolnc to New York. Kentucky are entitled to receive rewhere he will Join other Rhodes schol tional training under the civilian Thirty-tw- o states are senumg habilitation act, according to Superinars. tendent of Public Instruction George scholars this year. Colvln, who addressed communications superintendents received by to all of the school Fulton Word has been nsfcinc them to furnish him with a relatives here of the death of the of the crippled children In their Iter. Charles II. Gauldcn, formerly of list respective counties. Fulton, which occurred at his home In Tacoma, Wash. He was a minister Henderson Fire at Corydon, nbc. in the Methodist church and was well ten mile? from tW'- - 'y, ,two In this county. Ill health business' bout, known .riling a loss of up an active pasforced him to give $14,000, and threatened to destroy the torate several years ago. He was an irhnli hnslness bl'lck. Condon lias uncle of Mrs. Weldon King, of this no Are department' The fire was get city. ting such headway that tne duckci volunteer brigade could not check County and a call was made for the Henderson Before Hart Munfordville could regain Its composure here be Are department for help. cause of the presence of Robert Lam bert, confessed bank bandit and prin Central CItv A movement In behalf cipal witness against W. V. Bell, pres of retired ministers of the Methodist ident of the First National Bank of Church presented to the Louisvnie Horse Cave, and charged with con Methodist conference In session at spiracy to rob the Canmer Bank, feder Central City by Dr. Luther E. Todd, al Department of Justice agents and secretary of the general board of fin Investigators of the Indiana motor ve ance. The movement coniempiaiun hicle department uncorked another r.ilslnir a fund of $10,000,000, about sensation when they announced that $250,000 of this to be raised by the Hart County and surrounding terri churches of the Leuisvme conterencu. tory had been a market for Louisville t Tmld reported that $1,000,000 was automobile thieves. already In the hands of the board for A Louisvnie woman re the cause. New naven Ack Beeler has filed cently made a contribution 01 $iu,wa suit In the Nelson County Circuit pvnnk-llThomas Jackson Butt, 12 Court, through his attorneys F. E, Daugherty and Osso W. Stanley, years old, was shot and killed while In against Charles G. Stiles, for personal a hickory tree, gathering nuts, and LuInjuries. The petition alleges that ther Sneed, 40 years old, after being utiic tnken from this City to the plaintiff was driving along a high .mici way when the defendant without Bowling Green, due to fears of mob cause, maliciously and wrongfully shot tnionrt. The child, who was ueax and killed three of his fox hounds, and onri tho son of Conn Butt, was In a the report of his gun caused his horse woods owned by W. G. Harris, a mile J. G. to run away and throw him from his and a half west of Franklin. buggy. The plaintiff further alleges normra artin lives on tm adjoining he was in consequence seriously injur farm, heard the shot and hastened to ed in the back, arms, fingers and left the scene. He caught the boy as he eye. Mr. Beeler sues for $2,500 dam- fell from the tree, but the iaa aiea in ages. few minutes. Nurses Gain in Health. "Manj delicate girls take up the nursing profession and become strong with the regular life," says the matron of one of the large city hospitals. Don't Forget Cuticurn Talcum When adding to your toilet requisites. An exquisite face, skin, baby and dusting powder nnd perfume, rendering other perfumes superfluous. 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For Instance, lu the years of the Norman conquest, one shilling was ner- Oiii'liee. Ontario. Tliirty-tlirw- " the price of u sheep. Other products vmw :in. fcitmvn In lu ilpnd nnl nr3 varied In price, but the single test apsIMy fifty lost their lives In the brush plied to every price was, "Is It Just?" anil furcit llrt'-- whlrh sin hunilns In 'erhnps we might learn something in Northeastern Onthe Culmlt district from the rules which then governed tario and In the St. Manrlro Valley In prices. In n manual for confessors, Quel et much In use at the time, are con said that from tained the Karller reports rules under the heading :m to 100 persons lot their lives In Sin for Worldly Gain." A reading a panic to hoard a relief slirp at the of them plays havoc with the notion Ilnlleilinrv dock were erroneous". In that the Dark ages were really such addition to the known dead many pcr- - frightful times. Here are some of the on who lot their homes in Uie num- - pertinent definitions. Avarice was de ins f the country villages, lncludlnc scribed as "sin for worldly gain," and the town of Halleyhury, are reported Included these offenses: lo he tnlsaln" Another renort hroucht To sell a thing dear, to buy cheap. In hy refugees was that scores had To He, swear and forswear to get a I lieen injured and several persons higher price. to dentil when llanies swent the To have varying weights and meas church at Halleyhury. caiMns a panic ures. nan gamercd amniiK tne nmuireiis who To buy on the greater and to sell there for safety. on the less. Although the fires which razed six To "top" a measure of ale with mining towns In the Halleyhury disfroth. ex- trict in Northwestern Ontario are To make a thing seem heavier than vected to be checked, timber land In It Is. the St. .Maurice Valley. In Quebec. Is To sell cloth In a dim light. ablaze, llres spreading south and To sell subject to receiving a high this city ami Uie er price nt a Inter date. southeast toward Montreal in Ullages lying north of Usury was defined ns: what is described as t'anada's worst To lend money and get more than contlagratlon. Its value back In goods. Port Neuf, to the north of Montreal, Employing nn agent to do this: by the St. Maurice Is threatened To Inherit wealth so acquired. Itlver llres. Reports reaching here Borrowing nt a low rate of Interest state that n large tire Is burning and lending at a higher rate. Itivierre-a-Peand Kosseau's Selling at a high price because the Mills and threatens to sweep through buyer has great need or cannot wait. Dame dea Iiuylng In time of plenty when the forest areas of Notre Anges. wishing for a time of .carclty. MichWith reports of heavy fires In To lend on condition that profits igan, to the east in Quebec and over are shared but not lost. Lending a poor man a penny but the border in Maine, farmers working In a potato field on the outskirts of taking In return three pennyworth of Halleyhury started a rubbish fire of work. dried potato tops. Tonight, as a nniv 20 homes stand In the pic "Having His Pitcher Took." turesque Inke town of Haileybury. "Send the police right away," said From the potato patch the lire spread nn excited voice over the telephone to bushes and then to neighboring at police headquarters Monday afterwoods, which were dry as tinder. noon. "There's a crowd of boys armed Soon the fire was beyond human conwith revolvers in a vacant lot near trol and was not checked until five TVarman avenue and West Tenth mining settlements which dot of the street." the area was destroyed. Sergeant Fields nnd a squad of po lice reserves hurried to the scene and, ARMY CARS IN SWINDLE boy, on arriving found n with a revolver In his hand, posing In Maryland ndictments Are Filed At "wild west" style before a camera In Camp Bought For A Song the hands of a companion. "Just havln' my pitcher took," the two Tlnltlmnre. Md. Indictment of lad told the police. Indianapolis former army officers here has revealed. News. It Is declared, frauds against the nuirreiratlng at least $100,000 Too Much of a Good Thing. through sale of automobiles at Camp A certain professor confided to a The two men ugainsi Holablrd. indictments were returned by a friend that he had been very happy Federal Grand Jury, accusing them when, after years of wooing, the lady of his choice had said "Yes." specifically of the then or two auto"But why did you break the engagemobiles, are Major Italph S. T. Evans, ment so soon after?" asked the friend. Baltimore, and Paul U Kllnger, Kala"It was she who dissolved It." mazoo, Mich. The case Is said to In"Really? How did It happen?" volve 2." or :!0 other officers, many of "It was due to my accursed absentthem still In the service. It Is alleged that when a number of mindedness. When a few days later old niitomohllos were lined tin for sale I called at her home I again asked her at auction they were bought at $."0 to marry me." Harper's Magazine. apiece. The car then was paid Tor jinrt lnnkod. The number was chip Docker Carries 716 Pounds. com ped oft and placed on a car that was In a dockers' virtually new, and the new car driven petition In France the winner carried aw ay. a burden of 710 pounds a distance of s i trani-iiIimen u re-oint weight-carrying granted that sharp practice and trad ing had to go together, writes Mil- Once upon a time It was taken for can establish a profitable and permanent shoe business on limited capital through th One Good Merchant in Every Town fe W.L. 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Edward Young Clarke, Imperial Wizard pro tempore of the COMPOUND Ku Klux Klan, has resigned. It was quickly relleTes the dlMress-Inparoxysms. Used lor announced at Klan headquarters. Ford Is Supplying Coke Mich. The Ford Motor Detroit, Company has begun supplying its employees with coke at $S a ton. It was learned at the Company s offices here Rejected who are constantly in direct touch 'with the public, there is one preparation that has been very successful in overcoming these conditions. The mild and healing influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rois soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of success. An examining physician for one of the prominent Life Insurance Companies, Ir an interview on the subject, made the astonishing statement that one reason why so many applicants for insurance are rejected is because kidney trouble is so common to the American people, and the large majority of those whose applications are declined do not even suspect that they have the disease. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ro- ot is on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if yon wish first to test this Judging from reports from druggists CINCINNATI Corn MARKETS Bardwell Painful burns about the face and hands' were suffered by John G. Roberts when the automobile In which he was driving caught fire. Mr. Roberts stopped the car as quickly as he could, but was burned before he could step from it The automobile was completely destroyed. Paris When Itlchard English of Paris, applied to Postmaster J. Wale ter Payne in the lobby of the for a C O. 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Calls want to Unit ourselves bare at Mime siili ("irnll'iil niiittiitnt I l'.l ivtirrtin hit Henry Gramont, and would The talc of a carnival drop tl'. .iri e stuff altogether If the.-- e jotfve a hundred or so In join eM--joke that led to grim realiright now:" Frencli o iirotmd here would let "Not I," rejoined Fell calml.t "One blui." ties. ' t ll, A page Fell, iVmlno. bill. Also I left n .i watch at home. And I'm not dressed; 1 don't discarding the masl, '.t.-w ihe domino my pearl studs." about his shoulders, :mn t'e two men care to CHAPTER I. "i:ii?" Ansley frowned. "What do left the club In company. They sought their destination afoot you meiin'i" Carnival. the home of the banker Joseph Mull-lar.Ineliln took a folded paper from his Jnchln Foil iniMifil nslilp Hip rIixss pocket The streets were riotous, filled and handed it to the physician. rurtnins hetuivn Ww wilumluoiis "I met Maillard at the bank this with an eddying, laughing crowd of In tin windows of the ( masquers and merrymakers of all ages nml Chtvkt'rs club, iiiitl pizeil out upim morning. He called me Into his olllce and handed me this he had Just re- and sexes; confetti twirled through the riotous Mroots of New Orlciin. ceived It the air, horns were deafening, and in the mall." llnlf an hour lie lintl lieen wnltlns here Doctor Ansley opened the folded pa- laughing voices rose Into sharp scream' In the lounge room for Or. C'jrll Ant-le- j. of unrestrained delight. bachelor who luul per; an exclamation broke from him it inltlille-iiKei- l At last gaining St. Charles nvenue, practiced In Opoluusns for twenty us he read the note, which was with the Maillard residence n to their host of the evening. yours, mill wlio lunl come to the city blocks distant, the two companAnfestivities. for the Murtll Cri-"Joseph Maillard, President, ions found themselves well away from mnn might have seemed irritated other "Kxeter National Hank. City. the main carnival throngs. by the wult, but Jitchln Tell was quite "I thnnk you for the masque that As they walked along they were sudunrullled. you are giving tonight. I shall be pres- denly aware of a lithe figure approachlie hud murh the ulr of u clerk. Ills ent. I'lease see that Mrs. M. wears her ing from the rear; with a running leap features were thin and unremnrkalile; diamonds I need them. and nn exclamation of delight the fighis pnle eyes constantly wow an ex"THE MIDNIGHT MASQUEH." ure forced Itself In between them, pression of wondering nloofnons, as grasping an arm of either man, nnd though lie saw around him much that Ansley glanced up. "What's this a bantering voice broke In upon their he vulnly tried to understand. In his some hoax? Some carnival Jest?" train of talk. "Maillard pretended to think so." entire nmnuer was a shy reticence. He "Forfeit !" It rrlnl. "Forfeit where eviFell shrugged his shoulders us he was no clerk, however; this wns are your masks, sober gentlemen? Tills the note. "Hut he was nerv- grave physician may be pardoned, hut dent from his attire. He was garbed from head to foot In soberly blending ous. He'll hme a brace of detectives not a domino who refuses to mas'.; I shades of gray whose richness was Inside the house tonight, nnd others And for forfeit you shall be my escort notnble only at close view. One fan- outside." me whither you nre going." Ever since the first ball of the year and take cied him n very precise sort of man, nn t.aughlng. the two fell Into step, by the Twelfth Night club this Midwrong sex. old mnld of the glancing at the gay figure between Doctor Ansley, nn Inverness flung night Masquer, as he was termed, had them. A Columbine, she wns both over his evening clothes, entered the held New Orleans gripped In terror, cloaked nnd masked. Encircling her lounge room, and Fell turned to him fascination and vivid interest. During was a magnificent scarf shot with the past month he appeared nt least lialr designs of with a dry, toneless chuckle. mrtal solid gold a most "You're the limit I Did you forget once a week, now nt some private ball, unusual thing. Also, from her words we were going to the Mnillurds' to- now nt some restaurant banquet, but It was recognized night? However, we need not leave for always In the same garb: the helmet, them. evident that she had huge goggles and mask, nnd leathern yet. at least." fifteen minutes "Willingly, fair Columbine," respondDoctor Ansley laid aside his enpe, clothes of a service aviator. On these ed Fell in his dry and unlmpassioned throbbing roar of nn stick and hat nnd dropped Into one of occasions the motor had been reported, so that tone of voice. "We shall be most happy the comfortable hlg chairs. Indeed to protect and take you with "You Intend to mask for the us- - " Ansley cast his eye over the "So far as the door, nt least," intergray business attire of the little man. rupted Ansley, with evident caution. never mask." Jnchln Fell shook "I Hut Fell drily laughed aside this wary his head. "I'll get n domlnn and go as limitation. I am. Kxcusc me I'll order a domino "Nay. good physician, farther!" went now. Hack In n moment." i on Fell. "Our Co'umblne hns an excelDoctor Ansley followed the slight lent passport, I assure you. This gauzy figure of the other man with speculai scarf about her raven tresses wns tive eyes. Well ns he knew Jachin woven for the good Queen Hortense, Fell, ho Invariably found the man u and I would venture a random guess source of puzzled speculation. that, clasped about her slender throat, During many years Jachin Fell had lies the queen's cn.'.'ir of star sapbeen a member of the most exclusive phires " New Orleans clubs. He was even reiblne broke a "Oh!" From tl:- t ceived In the Inner circles of Creole cry of warn!':, ti ift dismay, society, which In Itself was evidence su"Don't V"- - diva me. sir preme ns to his position. At this par: tlon" !i,rP club he wns famed ns a wizard ticular F hi 'id with a .nuckle, nnd muster of chess. He never entered a sub. tournament, yet he consistently defeatAn y regarded bis two companions ed the champions In private mutches with sidelong curiosity. He could not defeated them with a bewildering ease, recognize Columbine, and be could not a shy nnd apologetic ease, an ease tell whether Fell wns speaking of the which left the beholders Incredulous scarf and Jewels In Jest or earnest. nnd aghast. Such historic things were not uncomWith all this. Jnchln Fell was very mon In New Orleans, yet Ansley never much of a mystery, even among his heard of these particular treasures. closest friends. Very little wns known However, seemed that Fell knew of him ; he wns n lawyer, nnd certainly their cor.', .l'nn, nnd accepted her ns a maintained otllces in the Maison r ,it the Maillard I.ouse. ft I! iw a;i Blanche building, hut ho never : "Wh'lt out on the In the courts nnd no case of his .1 Fell " Eh? A Piker When He 'Ud pleading wns known. II iul?' a Hundred Thousand t1 lend sslT it;, r xnly. Ansley knew him as well as did most men, and Ansley knew of a few who it was popular gossip tl u he .anded relatives to .n ? Coliunblne's laiightet pe. ind could bonst of having been a guest In on the roof of 1:1s d"s!'gnnted victims sho pressed Fell's nrm con- . '. Jachin Fell's home. There was a moth nnd made h's away in the same "Have l i., t some little rlfcln.- - i . the er, an Invalid, of whom Fell sometimes manner by n!- - !n.ie. No machine spoke and to whom he appeared to de- bad ever been seen, nnd the theory worb' 'H'iisiiiir'" she said In French. iigling with the dear vote himself. The family, nn old one was believed by some, hooted nt by "I In.. i'c r ' ,ylng them, before I go crowds In the city, promised to die out with others. to be buneu in he dull splendors of Jachin Fell. Doctor Ansley glanced at his watch, Ansley puffed nt his cigar ..nd con and deposited his cigar in nn ash tray. the rich man's house. Tell me, do you thUlk that the Midnight Masquer will sidered these things. Outside, In the "We'd best be moving. Fell. You'll make an appearance tonight?" New Orleans streets, was rocketing wnnt a domino?" "I have every reason to believe that the mad mirth of carnival. The week "I ordered one. It'll be here In a he will," said Jachin Fell, gravely. preceding Mardi Gras was at Its close. minute." Columbine put one hand to Now, as ever, was Mardi Gras sym "Do you seriously think that note Is and shivered a trifle. bolized by masques. In New Orleans genuine?" "You you really think so? Cou are the masquerade was not the pale nnd Fell shrugged lightly. "Who knows? not trying to frighten me?" Her voice pitiful frolic of colder climes, where I'm not worried. Maillard can afford wns no longer gay. "Rut the Jewels the occasion Is but one for display of to be robbed." If they are taken by the Masquer " Jewels nnd costumes, und where nctual a calm one!" Ansley "You're "In that case," said Fell, "let the concealment of Identity Is a farce. chuckled. "Oh, I believe the prince is Here In New Orleans were jewels und to be there tonight. You've met hlui, blame be mine entirely. If they are lost, little Columbine, others will be costumes In a profusion of splendor: I suppose?" lost with them, fear not I think that but here was preserved the underlying "No. Heard something about Mm, Idea of the masque Itself that In con- though. An American, Isn't he? They this party would be n rich haul for the cealment of Identity lay the life of the say he's become quite popular in Masquer, eh? Take the rich man and his friends they could bear plucking, thing! town." crowd! Rogues all." When Jachin Fell returned und light Ansley nodded. "Quite a fine chap. that "Confound you. Fell!" exclaimed ed his cigar he sank Into one of the Ills mother wns nn American she luxurious chairs beside Ansley nnd In married the prince de Gramont ; an In- Ansley, uneasily. "If the bandit does dicated a newspaper lying across the ternational affair of the past genera- show up there would be the very devil letter's knee, Its flaring headlines tion. De Gramont led her n dog's life, to pay!" standing out blackly. I he:,r, until he was killed in u duel. "What's that about the Midnight She lived In Paris with the boy, sent Some thrills await you In the Masquer? He's not nppeared ngaln?" him to school here nt home, and he next installment. "What?" Ansley glanced nt him In wns at Yale when the war broke out. surprise. "You've not heard? Good He was technically a French subject, heavens, man! Il showed up last so he went back to serve his time. (TO BE CONTINUED.) night nt the Lapeyrouse dance, two minutes before midnight, ns usual : A detective had been engaged, but was afterward found locked In n closet, bound with his own handcuffs. The Masquer wore his usual costume and went through the party famously, Artists of Today Are But Carrying On architecture, ornnment, the crafts, stripping everyone In sight. Then he the Work of the Old Master nnd much sculpture, and have tried to backed through the doors and vanCraftsmen. form themselves from ancient models ished." In pednntry of the schools. They Fell pointed his cigar nt the celling, ages Is really nre the off from the stem and they The art of the Middle cut "Ah, most Interesting! the art of youth. It has no finality, nnd sighed. languish. But painting, like music and The loot was valued nt about a hun- because that which it expresses can poetry, has gone on without a break dred thousand?" never be finished. It lives with unnlive today. . . . Let us take "I thought you said you'd not heard measured potentialities still liefore It. and Is We are the heirs of those old of It?" demanded Ansley. Until the Renaissance, nnd men's sub- heart. l'ercy Dearmcr. Fell laughed softly and shyly. "I sequent concentration upon commerce craftsmen. didn't. I merely hazarded a guess." and science. It seldom rested In the to Cardinal Gibbon. "Wizard!" The doctor laughed In West, but grew from one stage to an- Pope's Good-bI cannot help recalling an Instance unison. "Yes, nbout that amount." ns In our still living arts of other "The Masquer is a piker," observed painting, nnd music, poetry, and the where a lady, n guest nt the White Fell, in his toneless voice. drama we still move and change and House at luncheon, asked the late Gibbons whether he really be'"Eh? A piker when he can make a grow. haul ?" The Middle ages were the age of lieved that the pope was infallible In "Don't dream that those figures rep- youth. I do not mean merely of young all be said. The cardinal smiled and resent value. Doctor. They don't All nations, but of men who were build- unsnered: "I enn only respond to that, madame, by saying that whets the ioot the Masquer has taken since ing up the future and had unlimited the last lie )gan work is worth little to him. development beforo them. It was our the pope bade me gond-hJewels are hard to sell. Of course, the youth, and we are growing from It. time he said, 'Addlo, Cardinale Jib crook has obtained a bit of money, but In so for as our nrt lives the art of bones "Maurice Francis Egan in tin not enough to be worth the risk." our Intelligentsia It Is growing from Hex lew of Reviews. "Yet lie has got quite a bit," re- that stem. In so far as It Is dead, It It Is well to understand that It Ii turned Ansley thoughtfully. "AH the Is In those forms of art which have men h8" mnnr, naturally: we don't Ignored their own parentage, such ns sorcetlnies xvell to stand frrm under. i I'fiv iM-l- t i r b.-"--. 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The first railroad In Canada was the one built between Lapralrle and St. Johns, Quebec, and opened for traffic In July, 1830. This railway line was established by some prominent Montreal business men. and the railroad was constructed of wooden rails, horsepower being employed during the first year. In 1837 the wooden rails were replaced by Iron rails, and the horses by a steam engine. The railway was known as the "Cham-plai- n F. W he Books A free. 310 Tojlt Si, Sprat&U, Kts. 40-19- 22. W. N. U, CINCINNATI, NO. Among Small Boy's Distress Had a Whole Lot More Than Mere Sympathy as a Basis. A Ind In Washington got a Job that didn't at all plcnse him shoveling the mow from the sidewalk in front of his house. There was n good bit of ground to cover. After nbout two hours' toll he began to cry. "Whnt's the mntter, son?" nsked n sympathetic neighbor, ns he cntne upon the scene. "A tramp came along and stole the shovel from the boy next door," explained the lad between sobs. "Well, son," continued the neighbor, "It's a fine thing to be sympathetic, but you mustn't worry so over other people's affairs." "It ain't thnt." ndded the boy, "I am crying becnuse he didn't steal my at, 1 shovel, too." MllWHukee Sentinel. As We Grow Up. About all the difference between children and us grownups Is that we weigh more and ain't so happy. Atchison Connty (SIo.) Mali. Spoiled Diamonds. the crown Jewels of the Hapsburgs were two large diamonds of ruby tint which were always regarded as especially valuable and whenever the royal Jewels were placed on exhibition these stones were under special guard. It was necessary some time ago to dispose of the Jewels, and as they were being prepared for exhibition, prior to being offered for sale, they were put through a wash which unfortunately removed the color of the nnd St. Lawrence Hallway com- precious stones and left them perfect-l- y white. Instead of demanding a pany." The Chnmplaln & St. Lawrence Railway company received Its charter fabulous price as ruby diamonds, they were sold simply as white stones. in 1832 ninety years ao. Chicago Journal. Always In Style. Slight Modification. They were going through the furni"What Is the difference between a ture factory, and Mrs. Smith was amazed at the great proportion of politician and a statesman 7" "There Isn't much." replied Senator chairs. "Well, ma'am," responded the In- Sorghum. "During a campaign a statesgenious attendnnt, "you see. It's the man Is a politician, and after a camdull season, and most of our furniture paign a politician Is a statesman." Is out of style, but settln' never really Always. goes out of fashion. "When do you expect your husband A stolid temperament Is to be de- backr "When I least expect him." Life. sired. It doesn't worry. LEGATEES OF THE MIDDLE AGES -- sJVvtttf- y Car-dim- :! hundred-tliousand-doll- 1 y Mm SBBBBBBUSBBflsSBBBBBBBBBBKasH Why sign notes at the dining table ? drowsiness (as so often happens) why not stop giving the promise to pay? It is so easy to keep out of debt by turning to Postum. your mealtime cup of IFmidnight wakefulness coffee and leads you into mid-afternoon 1 W. S. NETBEBY Celestas, 0. Davt, 62 E. Eich St. larant, him the other day, what did you do Brilliant Record In the World war?" "'Oh, don't ask such ridiculous questions, Willie,' said the veteran. Admiral Sims, discussing the controvercy that still 'Just keep on cleaning my medals and crops up nt times, said nt a dinner: be quiet.' " "There's a great deal of truth In How Came the Word Academy. the story about the chip who held Away back In the Fifth century dangerous post at the Hotel e down the present era, the Athenian Crlllon In Paris all through the war, with "cnsl.inrl Ri!'I:;s by limousine philosopher 'lato carried on hl. philoto Ti'iirs Mnil lni'.OD and the Riviera sophic teac .ii lu x training park for athletes. ;,..- - ; In ilc wns ..wned by a ioii. " r this chnn's ild eald to man nan. i v.-- '1 --jj.Henco the bo-for- park was called Aknderaia. The word Akademla gradually came to be applied to the place where Plato trained minds, and Its use as the designation of Akademos' physical training quarters, fell into the limbo of forgotten things. Thus the word Akademla (or academy, as wo have It) took on the meaning of a place xvliere minds are taupht how to think. Despite the sweep of many centuries and races over the original Greek st jck, the place where Tlato taught, near Athens. U SUU culled Akademla. Poetum comes In two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared Instantly In the cup by the addition of boiling; water. Postum Cereal (In packages, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal Is being prepared) made by boiling fully 20 minutes. Postum is a satisfying, mealtime drink, rich in flavor and aroma and with no regretful settlements, afterward. Why not try Postum instead of coffee today, and pave the way to better health and happiness? FOR HEALTH Postum 9 SKSfX "There's a Reason" Sold by All Grocers Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. 4 0 ' Jackson attended (he Stale Sunday hae stopped most penile from haulThe year' disasters reported In$1,441,486 A YEAR'S floods, nineteen cluded twcnt-slSchool I'liiivention at Winchester on ing waler. fifteen tires, four epidemics, - - - - KY. OWJNGSVILLE. Ifobert Davis, if (Snivel Ridge was Thursday and Friday and enjoyed denize Stewart bought of I!eilli;i Iwo shipwrecks Published Weekly, DISASTER RELIEF COST two theatre collapses, a hrldce coltfi conceit given by the large choir Anderson one hog (7 10c a ound. here Saturday on business. (on ah airship), and lapse, mine explosion, railway J. W. Ilendri.x and L. A. Stephens on Thursday evening in the Christian Entered according to act of Conand n dronxht. Of the floods In SLATE VALLEY were in May.sville Saturday on Church. gress, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post-offi- ce the United States that at San AnRed Cross Aided 145,000 VicMrs. Juliiis Bailey returned from a Mrs. (Jeorge Diekerson was taken tonio, Texas, caused the greatest matter. as second-clas- s tims in United States Losses properly loss, $0,000,000 and the high visit to her sister, Mrs. Lee (iood-pastsubscription to Lexington for uu operation the THE OUTLOOK'S mark of fatalities, 100, while the Never Again. and Mrs. Alt" Stephens at past week. rnles are as follows: Total $30,000,000. flood In the vicinity of Vlcksburg and One of the liest KiikIIkIi vlub stories $1- One Year Peeled Oak. Natchez, Miss., forced 31,000 persons J. W. Reeve,, is seriously ill with Is ttie follow Iiik : "Tlw liest club chairSix Months Mr. Sam ConyerN Mrs. Carl .Man-le- y t.xplniid fever. Seventy-twdisasters, with hun- from their homes. man I eer knew was Colonel llnrim;, 45c. Three Months A National Calamity i well known ns ltoli. At the Travelers' dred"! reported killed and Injured, and visill with very and Mrs. James (loodpaster lames Sncdegar In the lied Cross disaster relief more than MS.IMtO either homeless or we mice bail u ease of sulrhle. ()' , THriJJ-'DAYOCTOBER l- - VS22. ited the .Misses Coyle on Naylor's fever. requiring aslstnnrp, called for emer- - records there will probably remain of our nieinliers had jnssi-most Vency relief measures and tlie ex for many years one calamity which Branrh Friday. J.U iifn I,. j,.,. it,,! ,,...,ir...l EI?. THOMPSON. ny me tourhed nearly every state with n OLYMPIA that Indifference to life which H Iioncimire or was LESSEE & OPERATOR American lied Cross during the fiscnl sense of horror and of loss. Tills suppoved to he a characteristic of Its LOCUST UROVE root Doiit forget we will have I'rajer 30, 1022, nrmrdlnx the distressing collapse of the Kentucky. rritr endlnc June Owingsville, InliiiMlnnts. To ndil fo the eniiilllc Theatre In of the Knickerbocker L. X. Riddle sold a 'Jtill on the pound Meeting at the Christian Church of life he ninety-lived on his to a statement based report of the Ited Washington, D. C resulting In nlinunl hog to Omar Rogers at !le per pound. every Wednesday night. Everybody capital. ain Mew out his liniltw in deaths and 12." persons injured. six The Rreatest toll of life wits r PEELED OAK the hllllnrd room of the club Crns. Clifford Situated In Ihe renter of the beautiStone Saturday invited to come ami take part. penl by hurricane and tornado, when his capital rinne to mi end. lints taken section, this Millard Oihbons and little night st ml Sunday with his hrotlier, Mr. while the nvertltiwlnc of rivers, t life ful Northwest residential Miss l.i..ic Swartz was in 1 InK and had happened (o he the was patronized breakin;; Of dnms and torrr'nllal rains motion picture theatre on, Frank and Arthur Dennis and Klra Stone and family near Owing-;-v- i Thursday of last week on only meinliers in the nl the time. the grealest ntimlier of people by many persons of prominence both Maid Naa few lajs He. he epre.ssid the greatest Indig- drove llielr homes. family after i The property loss In the official and civil life of the business. fhrti nation nt whnt h called 'an ontrninV was estimated at more than ?"0,- - tional Capital, whose family and perwith their mother, Mrs. Klein Conner Mrs Klmcr Ilighb'y isn't so well Charlie Swart, has improved very He emirludiMl n furious oiitluirst by sonal connections radiate! out over l niionno. and liber relatives, returned Monday of her illness. saying to me, TU take Vd care he much of his illness. never jrets Into. n, olber club Ve Striking New Red Cross to their homes at Middletown, Ohio. The lolhiuing; spent, the 4th of We had a nice rain Friday night anj thing to wlih.'" .Millard Crowe and wife arrived Oct. with Mrs. ficorgia Kiddle, it and Saturday which was very badly Thursday from Forth Worth, Texas, being her birthday: Mr. and Mrs. needed as water Metaphysics. was getting scarce. A friend's husband Is nn electrical to KjH'iid a month with their daugh- l'olk Butcher, of Falmouth, Mrs. All' Finis Itlcvins, wife and little daugli ter. Mix James Hargrove and their Vice, daughter, Mrs. Luther Hawkins ter visited Mis. lilei ins' mother, Mrs. engineer In charge of n large power plant. The only child of the family Is jj (amett, of Mt. Sterling, and Estill Vice and wife all of llillsboro, John Satterlield, near Preston a small boy, aged four, who Idolizes They Mrs. ('unlit Mose, of near Owingsville. his father and who takes deep Interest Cilhvcr, of (Irange City, and SuuihiN. 111 his work at the power plant. The left here about twenty years ago (o and Mrs. Zcla Whitton and family, Mrs. Finis Blevitis was in Ouings-vill- e mother was tlip Hide fellow make '"eir home in Texas and this of this place. It was Mrs. Butcher's the Lord's prayer, and il Was very apSaturday. is their first visit bnek. birUidaj al-Mrs. Cojley, of W. Va., was tin; parent that his Inicrvst was nut In the teaching. lCach evening at bedtime n Charlie Karriek and wife, of Ver.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Henderson, of guest of her sister, Mrs. J. K. Jackhit more was laboriously memrrl7d. sailles, visited his parents, Mr. and near llarrodsburg. were guests of son last week. 1'lnally, one evening, they reached the Mi. Mo-- e Karriek Iat Wednesday Mrs. (ioorgia Kiddle Sunday night. I Mrs. E. A. Swart, and Mrs. O. L. phrase, "for Thlno Is the kingdom, the power timl the glory." At that the hoy and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Yanland-- ' Frazier were in Ml Sterling last raised his head, his ejes bright w'tli O.irnett Crowe and family, of Mt. lugham of Flemingsburg, were guests w cek. Interest and. in ills father's inost proSlotlinp. and Mo-- e Crowe, wife and of his nephew, Willie llendrix and fessional tone, he said, "Mnlher. what Mr- - Maltha M Glothin was in kind o of power does Uod use?- laughter, of near Owingsville, Uiled family last Wednesday and Thnrs Owingsville Saturday. Journal. avlativcs here Sunday. Epie Stull and wife and Mnble The Modern Naturalist. Mr. Delilah Donohew visited relTom Colliver and wife, of East Thomas have gone to .Middletown, One of the most hopeful develop atives in Owingsville Monday. Fork, were guests of his mother, Ohio, to make their home. ments of our time Is the change that Will Ellington and family, of near Mrs. Rodney Yanlandingham last Rev. Baker tilled his regular aphas come over the name of naturnlkt. Sidevicw, spent Sunday with Mr. Thursday. pointment at the Christian Church The word was often used to describe a man who was Interested hi stuffi-and Mrs. Fleming Conner. There were )3 in attendance at and Sunday night. hints; the collector wlm gave the fullMr. and Mrs. C. B. Reid visited White Oak Sunday School Sunday. Miss Zetta Wells, of Mt. Sterling, est play to his most selfish Instincts, ami was chiefly concerned to have John Ifeiil and family at Owingsville - visiting her sister, .Mrs. Boh Smith. In his possesion something that no- Mondav. Wm. Kincaid visited ii-- mother at hroly else had. We now understand SALT LICK by the term a man whose weapon Is Cranston Cheap returned Sunday Rothwell last week. ODESSA Mis. K. A. Thomas and" Children not tho gun, but the enmern, who does j from a visit to his father's .family not ant to have a dead bird on his Mrs. J. W. Oilmore spent from aij.ouisa. have returned home- UT Huntington, mantelpiece, but to watch n live bird Monday until Wednesday, in Richwith In the tree; whose Interest Is not In . Mrs. Win. McClain, of near Flcirtv Y..Ya., mond. .Mrs. Thomas' mother, Mrs. X. T. specimens but In free and beautiful and hnppy life of n living creature. Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Markland, Mr. ingsburg, was the guest of her sister Clark here. Manchester lluardlan. .Mrs. W. .1. Shouse last week. B. Lindsay attended and Mrs. J. Ben Penix, of Farmers, visiled his Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bates, of WinHearing Affected by Sound. court at Morehead last Monday. brother John Penix who has been chester, were here last Sunday It Is reported that certain experiWe had a fine rain here Saturday ments have shown that a vibration of Mrs. .lames Hall visited her ilaugh sick since Spring whieh was badly needed for stock T. J. Hart has been improving of sound having an amplitude of less than ter and attended the Sunday School of a centimeter water. .i t Convention at Winchester the past bis illness lately and is out again. could still affect thej-iRsof hearing. . Frank Jones delivered eight 130 Curry Ginter and wife have movSuch n vll.'ntlon '"''l be so short week. pound hogs to Omar Rogers at eight that It would have to f.c enlarged 100 ed here from Ashland. Sherman Gullet! is building a large micro and three fourth cents per pound. Mis. Kvn Ballard, of Chestnut times before the most powerful supposscope could render It visible, Mrs. Chester Sncdegar .spent Mon- store room on the lot adjoining his Grove, is visiting her sisters, Mx. ing that It were capable of being seen day with her mother, Mrs. Duleina residence. nt all. Old iiersons. It Is said, do A. J .Ballard and Luey Hart. Riveting the attention of the beholder on the fact that the Amerinot hear high notes which are audible A great deal of work has been Daniel), in Owingsville. A pie supper will be given at the can Red Cross is chartered by Congress as an official volunteer- relief to young persons, and there Is reason Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jones ard two . done on our streets lately whieh is Christian Church next Saturday to believe that babies hear notes that organization the dome of the Capitol at Washington, upon which is superimposed a large Red Cross, is the central figure of a new poster for the daughters, of Owingsville, sppnt last a prent improvement. night tor the benefit of the Church. are IriauiUble to their elders. Annual Red Cross Roll Call. The poster, which has been pronounced one Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Clcmma Kinibrell is home John Costigan and wife of Kose of tho most striking of innumerable representations of the famous.-domExplanation of Sleep. Mr." and Mrs. A. B. Jones. from Illinois. She was accompanied Run visiled friends here Sunday. is the work of Franklin Booth, a New York artist of wide renown. It will It Is Impossible to give any precise be displayed throughout tho country during the Roll Call period. Armistice Mrs. Otis Evans and three chil- home by her grandmother. explanation .of the phenomenon of Day to Thanksgiving, when the Red Cr6ss membership for 1023 will be sleep. Vet many theories liavcjbeen dren, of Hillsboro, spent Thursday Born to Ray Perry and wife, a PEBBLE' Igendre has shown by enrolled. advanced. of last week with Mrs. II. S. Gilmorc son Ray, Jr. The baby only lived Several from here attended court fairly conclc tvo arg'imr ended June ftO, 1022. will show 24,r.2S "Upand family. , a few hours. Burial at the Jones at Owingsville Monday. Ko e nelthe, schools enrolled, with a total of 4.4S1,-S-1- 5 by cnfbiHilc acid Intt.. Mr. Jan" Swetnani, of Mo., and graveyard. Rev. Shields filled his regular appupils wearing the "I Serve" hut-top. of narcotic sunstancpK In liom Stfei-vn- a Mr. and Mrs. John T. Norris have pointment here Sunday and Sunday the hi ire and Miss Charlotte of the American Junior Red Cross tho that have In turn oi theories I.egendre Intimates the hadgc of unselfish service earnnam vwited Miss Mao ond Mrs. moved to Martha, Ky., where they night. been ndvanced. I ed by each Individual member through Lucy Swetnam Tuesday of last week. will live in a tent until cold weather. Thomas Hunt was in Carlisle last his preference for the view that 'ieep personal sacrifice. Is not the result of fntlgue. Inn 'is nn Mrs. T. G. Thompson has returned Monday on business. Clyde Bennett and wife, of East In International school correspondInherited Instinct design?;! to protect The advancing standard of the Jun- ence 73(3 classes and schools engaged of Forkf spent Saturday night and Sun- from Cincinnati where she had taken Charlie Whitton sold F. P. Calvert the organism against the ior American Ited Cross made two out- In friendly communication with OEt fatigue. day with. Mr. George Bennett and little Marion Knox to his mother. a horse at $50. standing gains during the last year schools In European countries, P0 Mr. and Mrs. Clint Alfrey and one in the field of domestic activity, schools In United States territories, family. Tobacco is all housed and most of Tin Lena In Use. which Is rapidly Unking up the schools 13 In South Africa and 10 In a miscelBorn to Herman Garner and wife, mother motored to Frankfort Sat- the corn is cut. Seeding is under Tin was mined by the early Saxwith the Junior program, the other a laneous list of foreign countries. The ons. History Informs us that the tin urday daughter, Oct. 3. a great headway hera. gain of a dozen countries in Europe work In foreign fields In estahllshtng f mines In Cornwnll were In operation Mr. John Homback and Mrs. S. S. Mrs. Carrie Bates and Mrs. P The rain here Saturday secms to oer 2,000 yenrs ago, and known to pledged to organize Juniors on the- playgrounds, school llhraries, sewing lines of the American organization. and manual training classes, homes Pliny, the the nnclent Phoenicians. For this accomplishment the American. at war uiiiiaii?, siuooi ret,"ua3iruc Knmnn historian who lived in the First devastated areas, eneotiragtns Juniors earned the hearty endorsS'4 tin' century A.tD refers to the wealth of nient of the League of Red Cross So Cimimtutlty.xardens and many other the Co'rnlsh tin mines and the high cieties, for Its "creation of an Inter- activities was financed through the quality of the metal brought from national spirit of human solldari'y National Children's Fund rnlr-eby Cornwall to Rome. The metal Is known among young people with a ilew to the Juniors at a cost of $,i:Wi;i7.-IO- . to have been taken to Italy through preparation of a new civilization for Ouring the year $."C.fi22.79 was conOnul, Immediately after the conquest peace." tributed toward the fund, in which on of Ilritaln by the Unmans. The forthcoming nnnual report of July t there was a balance of the American Red Cross for the year Art's Real Purpose. Art Is the expression of the nation's OWINGSXILLE OUTLOOK Woodard visiled relatives at Fann- ers from Saturday until Monday. x GIVE THE OUTLOOK ORDER FOR r collt-uln- er JOB PRIN SUCH AS i o Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements Posters, Dodgers, Etc. PRICES RIGHT forth-enmln- c top-tloo- 1 Poster The Sal-unl- 0UTL00K5 al- g $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. o. Is the only paper published in Bath county, and an advertisement in it ways brings results. 1 s. 4 Chi-cag- "VVVVVVVVVV Which Daily Paper? A Question that is Quickly and readily answered. ''"f e Courier-Journ- al tfV! rtVWWrtVAw?WVt,V - The LrA Courier-Jounr- al - s - VP .1 ftr mm. mm mm t Enjoys a OF( , AN YJC RGtJS'T MOfeNING CIRCULATION ENIUCK.Y .NEWSPAPER - ' r nation-wid- Chartered by Congress IToRelieve and PreventSufferiti$: InPeace andlnWar AtHome&Abroad 1 It is essentially a paper intent upon giving news matter prestige and reputation. first consideration. Maintains its own news bpreaujat Washington and Frankfort. Member of the AssociatfdPrcss. With important legislation'corrarig before Congress and the Kentucky General Assembly in 1922,,. the Courier-Journa-l j is the paper you will need. By special arragements we are now able to offer The Daily Outlook and Owingsville it m ? ' I Both, one year by mail for only $5.50. .This offer applie tn rpnpwalsi .19 wpll na tn tip.w snhserintinns. hut onlv tn people livihtr in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New 4 subscritionS may,- if desired, start at a later date, and re- 1(i4i nt4tn 9 icociib v;iigj xiuu licwaio mil uaic fnAtn QAuauuii ui rrtfni aaad y.pu prefer an evening paper you may substitute the If Louisville Evening Times for the Courier-Journa-l. Send your4subscriptions to the Owingsville Outlook office. 1 11 n ) -' n;i!rJior Red Cross E, L. & A. T. BYRON WINCHESTER STORE Owingsville, Ky. J Praisehi for Work Influencing Peace n - - rar slack. luaii' orcnarantee We LctaCfe Hand You Saving in Fuel You Can r This Bag of Money It Represents the Big Make With Cole's Hot J Home Blast GUARAiJTjEE OUR firini r nrlo"diilt atoTeot 1. We etiarantre cue third h lnl eirr the tame alio, with soft coat Y highest thought. The men and women who give their lives to It constitute the vanguard of civilization. They are the true physicians, healing with beauty the perplexity nnd pain of men; they ore the torchbearers, fitfully Illuminating the darkness that Is tomorrow; they are the winning new worlds; they nre the Interpreters of the pent-uIdealism of the lnartlculnte millions. Merman Hngedorn. trail-blazerp Greatest Mother Summons Her Children jt-t rrrz -- v : 1 store tho eTtnin More. 4. We cnarantee that the ttote nul hold fire with solt coal or. hard coil from Saturdar creams to Monday mornin-r. 5. We cnarantee a enilorm beat oar and nizhtwlta soft coat, hard coal or lignite. tv We zuarantee ererr stOTe to remain absolntelr alrtliht ss loni as uwd. 7 We cnarantee the feed door to be smote and dust proof. r draft to prerent S We cnarantee tbo psfinff. Tilth the onderstand-In- f TheaboToeuaranteeismade that the store tx operated accordinc to directions, and connected np ruth a cood flue Cole's Hot Blast t umi less hard 2. coal lor hcatiaf a gn.-- space (tun anr base burner oada with sam: sir: nre pot. 3. We cnarantee that tbe rooms can be heated from one to two Locrs each raornmzsith the luel put in the ROLL CALL Cole's Original Hot Blast No. 115 No. w, Wkat is uour home worth i , That depends entirely upon its appearance and the condition it is in. Pee Gee paint will prove the most important factor in ita economic upkeep. Watch the surfaces of your property inside and out and see that they are well protected i'Save tho Surface and You Save All' with1 Burial Among the Kaffirs. When death oertnkes the Kaflir, he Is hurled In n sitting position In a circular hole, or in an empty anthill. The chief Is honored above the rest of his tribe by reusing In the cattle Inclosure. Reside the body are laid the spoon, mat, pillow, etc., of the deceased, and If Ik; Is hurled on the outside of the kraal Inclosure, then n fence of stones Is placed around the grave to prevent Its being disturbed by wild beasts or wizards. Ice That Sinks. At oOO.OOO pounds pressure, water will turn to Ice, though n thermometer may show it Is nt ISO degrees Fahrenheit. The first effect of pressure on ice Is to lower the freezing point, but If the force Is Increased n strange collapse comes at 2,000 atmospheres. The forc that holds the molecules apart Is overcome, and the Ice shrinks 18 per cent In volume. It will tfien sink In water Instead of floating. EED2IE Varnishes Stains Enamels For more than 50 years they have been carefully guarding homes and maintaining property values. Use Pee Gee Mastic - for outside urfaces, it is a strictly pure paint, containing a high per centage of ZINC Pee Gee Flatkoatt for inside walls Pee Gee Floor Paints and Palladium Floor Vamish for floors Pee- Gee Dystainsand Enamels for woodwork and Peo Gee Invincible, epar for outside woodwork. Ash for Free Paint Books and Color Cards Palee-GaulbeCo, Inc., Mfgrs Louisville, Ky rt Whale's Hopeless Fight. and devoured hy some colossnl sea In lST.'i the olllcers and creature. crew of the barque Pauline, whilst snlllng In the Indian ocean, noticed three siktiii whales upon the surface of the water. "Suddenly an enormous serpent-looking There are many Instances recorded of the giant sperm whale being taken E. L. & A. T. BYRON Owing-sville, Ky, ,,n!.r"..' aM'I'F r amongst them. It seized the largest of the whales In Its sinuous colls and a furious hattle ensued. One of the rlhs of the unfortunate whale was distinctly heard to crack. The fight lasted; ubout a quarter of an hour, when the monster below the waves . x Ti'ii Its victim." . creature apieared An allegorical concept of the Itod Cross as a peace-tim- e ideal is employed by the American Red Cross in a new and striking poster for its Annual Ited Cross Roll Call. Spread out before the heroic size figure is the outline of the United States with a Red Cross superimposed upon it wjjtlt around its borders are sketched scenes depicting the chief activities of "th iR,d Cross today service to disabled veterans of the World War, disastct rritie'f and promotion of the public heclth. The poster is the work ol Lawrence Wilbur, a New York artist and will be displayed throughout, tht country durint; the enrollment of the Red Cross membcrshirA,for 1923. Cross Is appealing for widespread rethe entire country. The horror was newal of membership during the anIntensified by a terrific snowstorm nual Roll Call, to be conducted this which, though It retarded, did not year from Armistice Day (November hlock Jted Cross relief. 11) to. and Including, Thanksgiving Airship Crash Finds Aid at Hand 30). The crash and destruction of the D. Day (November Army's large airship Roma In VirS. ginia last February with the loss of 31 The "Reformation." officers nnd men and 11 Injured was The Reformation" Is the name of Its kind to call for given to the first disaster the great religious revoluRed Cross relief In this country. The tion of the Sixteenth century, which accident tested the suddenness of the resulted In the establishment of preparedness of the organization and Hampton. Va, but Protestantism throughout a great part of the Chapter at Although the of western the response was Immediate and relief Reformation Christendo. during the originated furnished the survivors, also funds for Renaissance, It did not assume defithe expenses of relatives of the dead, 1517. The Reformawho came from long distances to claim nite shape until tion achieved Its greatest success In their own. DenIn the year's oversea record for aid (Jennany, Switzerland, Holland. rendered by the Red Cross are two mark, Sweden. Scwtland and Kngland. by fires In the Philippines, one In Slanlla. In Spain and Italy It was crushed which destroyed 1.000 homes, with a the Inquisition; In France It gave rise of J ,.100.000 and .".000 persons to the Huguenot wars; while In Bomade homeless, the other at Tonlo, hemia and parts of Germany Its develwhich drove 3,000 from their dwellings. opment was greatly retarded by tha In medical relief that was quick and Thirty Years' war. effective the smallpox epidemic In San Domingo, which had a total of 22,000 Seemed to Resent Jap Flag. cases with 225 deaths In a single day, Oceanic Islands have i, way of poptested the readiness of the Red Cross ping up and down now and then. Not for action, and the same can be said many years ago a brand new one of the San Domingo hurricane, which made its appearance near the volcano killed 12 persons and reduced the group In the Pacific, amid a tumult of homes rf 1S2 persons to wreckage. A the sea and great clouds of ashes an flood In San Salvadtfr, with a death When the disturbance ha' steam. toll of 50 and 2,000 refugees, was also subsided It proved to be nearly thr' local Chap- mlle-- In effectually handled hy the circumference, and the hi; ter of the American Red Cross. est part of It was ISO feet nbove' Relief Machinery Perfected waves. The Japanese landed The year has seen the further per- when It was cool enugb,H,f fection of disaster relief administrflag upon it, "and calteh' It'? atis measures in every field of Ameri-c- r Whereupon It proceeded t d that the Red Cross activity, f sugar In a teacuc. aal work may bo carril."!' S' i counts It was only a- -f' ti accomplishments ea level. 1 s a--