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' . imimt uill lie (it umw-- t to Uu; ride's liiiiny relative ami 1'riejnls l!:i!h coiinlv : i Aw?' I'rank Ileiiiiniiim tm of .Mr. :iti1 lr. .1. (J. Ilriiiiii.iiin ul' this cily, nl .Mi- -s 'Ii'iii'ii Meijnilliy iImiiIi- St ii Mr. ami .Mr. .1. M. Mi Ouitliv to married in llieir newly fiirnili- il apartment in .Minion :it ! uYloel: "iitul:i" MllrnioiMi in t,h( iiri'scni'i' of he iiiiiiuli:itc tvl.itnt'-- . nf tlic run- tiiriics, llii puri'iiU nl nit' Min 'ilv Iiciii limn t nmi tin.s i t t 1 QdeeDsWare t WELCOME TO THE NEW THEATRE WHICH OPENS ' j f FRIDAY, j f 1 OCTOBER WITII- Super-Speci- al 20, f f 1922 r ? v V Specials !fi Hi LR Hi 'A Hi IC JOHNSON BROS. ENGLISH IMPORTED CHINTILLA ParamoUnt's Dc Luxe IE Jrj H3 , MALE AND FEMALE" The picture that has taken the world hy storm, Taken from the story "The Admirable ( 'richton," directed by Cecil H. De Mille, featuring Thos. Mcighan and Gloria SATURDAY, OCTOBES 21, "Tl'ISNINtJ Til K TAI$LKS" featinino; the inimitable screen star Dorothy dish. In the cast are such notables as (eo. rawcett and KnMnoiul Cannon. Also UNIVERSAL NEWS WEEKLY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21. "All of a sudden Pom'." featuring Marguerite Clark. She was all Iris- h- and One morning the papers, with her consent, announced she was married. But she wasn't. And what is more, she refused to wed her "husband." What was her game? Something deep and mystcrious-s-s-s- . Come and laugh while you find out. AH in 'V a. .''iV-- . L" "' . . ' The liriili1 ;iiul iiikiil' (lie "iirl-- . j iilc"i iiiiiii ciinic to Nolili-svillSitu .., .... ...... ..... f... lliil .Mrs. .1. (!. Ilfinii!;iiin, met nuniy siihI left Mmiiliiy morn omi ; on ;i short wnlilin lii at'lrr 'hirji thrv will lio at lioiiu to thnr ifi yc Vft ?2 a t I'. ' ; - " v . 7 - . k 4 I in- - iirulo iii.s ill .Marion. is a cntiicky j;irl hy liirtli lint h: liecu injr with Hit parent-- , in Marion for !li j:isl couple of year-- . The yonujc an was horn anil rearcil in Xolile-- ille ami wa.s from the mill liirh M'hool. Ife was a t i'nnliie for -- everal terms and was niemlier of the liainliow Division vhen il went to I'ram-(luring the iVorhl war. .Since his ictiirii he has .1 211 or' I" :! with h:.s uncle, (ivo. husi-nrin tJie ciintractin JIciiiu at Marion, lie ha.s always heen rcanleil as o;ie of XohIe.sviIle's lie-- t i" f f ' V ifi 2 PATTERN SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND. Meat Platter 25c Dinner Plate $1.15 set' Xeat Platter 50c lireakfast Plate $1.25 set Aleat Platter 65c Tea Plate $1.00 set h Pie Plate 75c set Jleat Platter Soc 31 25c B & B Plate COc set Baker 7- - inch Baker 30c ifi Teas and Saucers $1.40 set 8- - inch Baker 35c Coup Soup Plate $1.25 set Scallop 30c Fruit Saucers 50c set Scallop 35c Oatmeals (!0c set 60c Covered Vegetables $1.25 each Sugar Bowl 25c Cream Pitcher Covered Butter 75c each 10-inc- h ch 12-i- n. M-inc- ch BARGAINS Bring your want list and get a real bargain in pure white English China. Full line displayed in our show window, Prices marked in plain figures. E. L. & A. T. BYRON S n -- ifi X t t T V Paramount Artcraft Pictures (memberJS) the lVNOfSTR -- 5TOR Owingsville, Ky. the best obtainable. Admission 10c and 20c each night. OTJR i j jyoiim; uh'ii. K'eports i.rn of I lie eived thntudi Dr. Wal- comlition of .Mailanej s 1 '.-- : - -- - - . - r'. . ;- (Mrs. .lami-Chamliers,) w;i is -- ii badly in. iiireil in an at nho tempt to make a halloou icre a few weeks ao ami who is u.w at M. ii are not very encouni"iii''. .lo-epl.ex-i:lo- lia"icrs Our purpose in this little story is to tell you the standard of the amusement the new, beautiful brick theatre has in store for you. With pride we point to the comfort and convenience, the atmosphere of dignity and refinement that will make our house the preferred place to go. We feel it incumbent unon us to tell you something of the A if photo-play- s that you will see. First of all let us say that we have contracted for the world's best pictures: the "Par- - J Hi mount," "First National" and others. They are there- h; suit of the combined effort of the greatest group of Hi writers, stars, supporting artists and directors ever assembled. Hi Cordial v. nu-tho- PURPOSE fm f j T made of o js: 13, LEXINGTON MAID FLOUR STAYS FRESH AND MOIST UNUSUALLY LONG I DENTON & RICHARDS X Hi prov-- Wii-c. - KLLI.XdTOX, Mnir., Bangor. Kentucky. Mr. Frank O'Brien will lie at our store Monday and Tuesday, October 123 and 24 to take nioa.ure.for tailor made clothing. We invite you to inspect this line. - r ; COODPASTKK & CO. '.r Miss De., Kwlng fell in her rooni Friday niglyjor.-I- y injuring her- self. It isVrcd that her hip Book An Interesting n DrXLvoiiK and wife ol n old account noo Surgoinsville, Ttnn., were callul ol Male cret furnace was discovert in the Cir account of her condition. cuit Clerk's office a f days ago, where it had been For Rent or Sale ..ire than a libit in a My farm of 30 acres V mile from hundred year.---: Owmgsvillc on Sharpsburg and I)w- - suit between CV. lis. Dye Owings ingsvillc pike. 2t and Robert WieiNifi The keeper of this hook was an jftTSiin jicniuan KD HEXDEKSOK. ship. The writ in was done with a quill pen on unlied pages ever;-- line ifrs. Burns Taekett Ls able t being perfectly traight and as legiout again after a siege of ble as print. This was back in the doctors pronounced fiermau mea- good old day-- f when meal was illc and inllammatory rheumatism. IL little child which was ill with searlef a bushel, beef ! a )ound,axen $1.00 S piece and whiskey 12Va- - a pint. fetcr is much improved. Tihsjiook is tilled with accounts FOR SALE: house and against people all of whom are gone lot on Slate avenue. Lot contains and the names of bat few are re1 acres, good well and outbulid-ing- s. membered. i-. 11-1- r jis coiniji-i- : .1" ( daughter of Lee " !.- - ' liov-- e it It' anol'ici Tones, of Walton !v., i.s her k e era n, wa; anarikil ?l.fiflt KA Ifo-- -. coiioiu Mrs. She was pii " and '05 per month for ill . I.'1 hut lately reh .s. from the hospital ; 'ts re;"" rtiiile m the servi had a surat Mt. Sterling ;.. re gical operation ; 't reporU are to t.he Kev. J. Ty'. Mavis, who has been that coal is be'iig distributed in pringlield church, pastor of tt i tilt! eily of Chicago on doctor'-- , preWoik in the M. M. Degree Mouda; Washington came Thursdav 1 ain prepaud to examine and iit scriptions. The coal supply throug'i night, Oct. "Jllrd. You are invited tt . to visit niati a day or two. ; our ecs with glas-:e-- . Xo charge ui the country is very low and the e piosent. lie left Friday i, ,:o to We-tei)r exairiiiation and glasses must ;' !'i'ity of manufacturing A. T. P.YKOX, Sicretary, Kentucky to tak cli.nge.of a church. ;it oii and sati-f- y in the distribution mak ;oii or no sale. it Uis wife and tv eialdrt.a preceded j Hath Lodge Xo. .T, I'. & A. M. necessary for miiup agency t. .ct S. I). THOMPSON', him two or three da; s on his visit ;.'( i, til id Optoiuetiist. in case of necc.sity OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. as here. i?s, Ki-cng -s f'gt ou ef-feirn il. hand and O!. instructor, of Cuthlieri, 'I:;. "i-.- has liccn employed by the .il lie.ad for the past three months returned to hi- - home, l'rof. Co!e- m. ij . wm luu- olteii aimeared Oj, llu j. i;':' !l' 'v,'t i:ni 5""1 vaudeville cir-ai- n Mrs. t.n:ti,iJTf7stofr Mrs. . v"fi ,'""",,'.v" l'hiiis !. ag id .Mi.-- -. MarvV ' "! se up this line of work for the win ..: ..neville, and .Mi(Irace li.at'i, -r i.isou. Jii'i.l. , of Sharp-liurspent .Saturday in ' ii'ailroad reports show that J.SOO Mrs, K. W. Kiucaid and people were killed and r,0IH wtiv spent a few days in Sharpilmrg la- -t !".jurcil ia grade cros-in- g aecidciits eek. lie pa- -t year. V.. M. !.-.! i l'rof. Coleman, & '.b'ln Slexells, a win d'd i nl World war V n !' ompcn-atio- il Sheet iron Wood $1.75 up at K. L. & Heaters from LOUR MILU y,t and .'r20 per montli "ii of disabilities received omit i!e in the service. Waller Corhiu, of .flitlll i Hi Hi Hi A. T. BYRON. Such cake! Llclit, deli' cious, tempting; always causes more comment Hi than almost anything jj else. Some one is sure to H3 Hi ask, "Who made this . de-Iicio- us James F. Horseman. lames F. Ilonui'. I rt. i;, vii, :..T-.rbi- l bix' ; .v died ai. hi lior.Ji- Well ,!.. Oct. IS. after an illuess of lphoii fexcr and complication Mr. Hor-- e man had been in ill health for the -- ii. iv'd !!) ye; cake." ttXIMCTOK f Mo- - 'i WOOLCOTT BROS. pnopRiitee. Ml the woman who It knowledge it as the of herskill and LEXlNO rt-- pr iid ffi ic- - tj Q past several years, lie i -- urvicl by his wife who is a daughter of Win North, and two sons. Raymond and Hi llaydcn. He was a son of .1. Will Horseman ami wife of near town. The burial will bo held today, at ten H5 o'clock a. m. at the Bailey gravejard on White Oak. conducted bv Rev. .1. K. Willioit. The family have th rONAlAID FLOUR. JUST A .MTTLE DIFFERENT" S as h; R. C. BYRON I ig sympathy of the community in their sad lo. I 31 H New THE UNIVERSAL CAR Prices OLD PRICES F. 0. B. Detroit 00 NEW PRICES F. 0. B. Detroit Hi Hi Hi Hi MEN'S FALL SHOES We arc showing the FAMOUS ED- 'FOOT-FITTER- S gMONDS Hi Hi Hi spc- - Hi Hi 4ii..t. art HA fj uiuitj linu liiiu oiiuuo, jii iii;vi wi.uu The Ford Motor Com puny announce Another price reduction of $a().00 in Ford Cars Effective Today. The lowest Price in the History of the Company. OLD PRICES NEW PRICES F. 0. B. Detroit ou your old favorite Bi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi 1 "STACY-ADAMS- " MEMBERj mj w LACY-CQO- IS 0 MUS. MARY F. l'F.KKTXS, 11 1 Hillsboro, Ky. james i. urocKeu. wa v Fiscal court met here Thursday and rescindetl the order to begin thi Midland Trail at Licking river and ordered the work to begin at the Mt. Sterling end of the road. This was done at the instance f the State Highway Commission. LAND FOR SALE. A small tract in the tobacco belt of Indiana. Some goou tobacco Innd; good grass land, especially sweet clover; a few acres bottom land Xear Laurel, Ind., on good road. C. A. Buchanan, Laurel, Ind., If. 3. ALUMINUM James T. Crockett, aged 70 years found dead in hi.s bed on Wed ne.Miav morning ol la- -l weeu at lus j nome near snarp-nur- g. Ucain was said to .have been caused by apoplexy. He is survived by three chil drcn, Lander, Charles and Mi- Mauriuc Crockett, one brother, Taylor Crockett, of Sharpsburg, and one sister Mi- - Relie Crockett, of Mt. Sterling,. Funeral services were held at the residence Friday and burial was in the Carlisle cemetery. Mr. Crockett wn- - one of the substantial citir.er.s of the community and one of the wealthy men of the county. James Maze Maze, aged 05 years, died Sunday of asthma at his home near Polksville. He is a son of James Mazi deeca-e- d and is survived by his wif and sons, Clell, Walter, Richard anil Mrs. Clyde Maze. The burial was in Imnc- F. 0. D. Detroit on Chassis $285 Runabout $319 Touting Car $348 lviinalmuts no III) $580 $235 Coupe $645 $269 Sedan $298 Tr'k Chassis $430 on 00 00 00 $530 $595 $380 00 Hi & CO. iffiffiffiffiSHiffiHiffiHiHffi!r 00 SHiHiHiaiHiHiHiHiHiHiSHiHiHIHiHiiff 00 and Touring' Cars equipped with Demountable Rims $23.00. Electric Starters $70.00 additional. Attentions Unsigned Tobacco Growers: Hi Hfi jg Hi - Specials for Saturday, Oct. 21st. Five quart Teakettle $1.25; Fou quart convex covered kettle SSc Six quart convex covered kettle Large size Percolator $1.18; Fouri-teequart Di-- h Pan $1.38. These Polksville cemetery Tuesday. goods have jnst arrived and are exOwingsville High School and the ceptionally good values. He sure and Sharjwburg High School hall teams see these Saturday. played here Friday. The game was E. L. & A. T. BYRON. won by Owingsville by a score o 7 to 3. FOR RENT: My house on Main I Also Announcing the Addition of a Four- Door Sedan Selling at $725.00 o. b. Detroit. For additional informantion or immediate delivery dates got in touch with SKKOTJT, PIPER & SHROTJT Ford Dealers, Bath County, Ky. ifi November (J has hecn named by the tfj ji board of directors of the Burley To- yi bacco Growers' Association as tlie date jfi of closing books for the 1922 crop of jO Positively no extension of Hj Hi tobacco. ri time. Get in before it is too late. You Hi will he the loser if you do not. Theffi 3 Association does not p rtioularly need Hi you, but you do need l )io taction Hi Hi OCKlTT. Chairman1 ;ih County. Hi street MRS. JOHN A. DAUGHERTY. OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. Tpim ri i'' in r Off OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. FRIENB IN NEED FRIEND INDEED Writes Mrt. Hardee Rcgnrdisj PAULEY AT MUDANIA BROUGHT TO CLOSE WHEN TURKS ASK PERMISSION TO REFER ALLIED DEMANDS TO ANGORA British Land Troops To Watch Over Will Back Demands of Great Britain With The Aid of Troops If Necessary. Bishops at the General Episcopal Convention Ljfc that I E. PwkUm's Yejciatf' Cmunuiiel rnuaf t. " tik Railroad Greeks en BP? IB! -- La Angeles, Ciif.-- "I ta toil trw frkiu! vI. Vegetable ham's 'ijit taker- - it i, '.). 1 wfi i.v ?uig :: i L'onivrrJ. JJrh-- m oi-n-4 J 'ft lilt H iK w ;ir .. ua .. . t tears we from a an-.! I hav. off nnd or- - tin t lie request Turkish Nationalists llial the m:i lie IMTUiit'.oil to refer allietl demands to the Angora Government I lie con 1 Constantinople Of fereitce at Mudaiiia was adjourned. i. II J vl..ll. .! ti . stout, . Lydia F 1 rahvnV British reported the military situa ! lie Matlonary. Turkish forces loii-In the continue to neutral zone on the Asiatie side of Constantinople, hut. go far as has lieeii learned, there were no further ad- tlB lIt s - Part of Portland. a procession "16799 DIED GOLD MEDAL an end lo war- LAST WORD GIVEN TO ISMET and Turkish NaWHEN MUDANIA ARMISconferences, deTICE IS SIGNED a definite peace In the Near East, are proceeding In a Allied Contingents To Occupy Eastern less agitated atmosphere. Thrace to Insure Order Greeks to Two conferences to this end are beEvacuate Territory Within Fifteen ing prepared, one to ti general Near Days. peace terms and another to Eastern provide for neutralization of the Mud.iiiia. The Armistice Convention Prepara- was signed here. straits of the Dardanelles. The represents'-live- s tions are being made for both conferof all the Powers concerned afences by various Governments, as it is fixed their siglitiatiires to the revised pointed out that the settlements reachprotocol, which Lieutenant General ed at the first necessarily must affect Harrington had presented for acceptthe second. ance to Ismet Pasha and which the that In States." te New York Chy alone from kidsured the commander-in-chie- f It Is believed, according to expresThis SoO.OOtUXio. as the .statement sions in authoritative quarters here, Nationalist delegate forwarded to the "the whole tlreek ney trouble last year. Don't allow caw of neces.-It- y Angora Government for its decision. explains, represents payment on ac yourself to become a victim by tinny In Thrace will rally to the sup- count of Interest. The exact amount that all Governments would wclcono-thGeneral Harrington had informed port of tlreat Itritain." of the United States Isinet Pasha that the convention emattendance neglecting pains and aches. Guard due will not be settled until the con- at both conferences, and It Is considagainst this trouble by taking ference In Washington between the ered to be probable that the Greeks bodied In It the last word and the Ships Stripped of Liquor ilier Powers gave their unqualified mission, to be headed by Sir Uobert and Turks will make formal requests support to the terms. Every hut tie of llipior Home, Chancellor of the Exchequer, to this effect. New York On bis part, Isinet had replied that on four American passenger vessels and United States Government lie hoped his Government would acremoxed under orders in port wa MUTINY IN IRISH PRISON cept the conditions set forth and promfrom the Shipping Hoard, so that dry ised a reply. In the meantime the York. I'rom $'A0M,00rt to New agents and customs men will have Four Persons Dead Following Gun ltritish commander returned to ConThe world's standard remedy for kidney, nothing to do hut cheek the inventory &r.,000,000 in gold has been received Fight Bomb3 Found In Cells stantinople, where he remained untii months by J. P. livr, bladder and jric acid troubles. nri the wines and whiskies oil here in the last few .arly afternoon, proceeding back to Holland's Katioruil since 1696. Morgan & Co. for the account of the Dublin. Four persons are dead and to the army hae in IJrookljn for AH dru!,sisij, three si.es. llritish Government, the proceeds to a number of others are wounded as Mudania on the Iron Duke to hear storage, .lolin I). Appleby, zone dry the Turk's decision. Look far tUe naiao Cold J.'Jt on rrrry tci given by bo used as part payment of the yearly the result of mutiny of Irish Irregular thief, said the The Turkish delegates were disInterest on Its war loan to the United army prisoners in Mountjoy Jail. A Shipping Hoard otlieials under the mayed over the turn of events In the national soldier, two policemen and last two days. The new D.iugherty ruling on ocean liners made States. attitude taken The balance due has been provided one mutineer were slain. A search tmnecesary any such conduct as a for by the purchase of dollars In tho of cells of mutineers after the dis by France after the Paris conference raid or a search. Imdon and New York markets. turbance had been quelled revealed p.izzlcd them and they were amazed While J. P. Morgan & Co. under- a quantity of materials for use In mak- that French friendship, upon which Reds Win $306 Each they counted 'Var!iiic" PrtrnUuni Ji !' Irtic-f- it stand that the proceeds of the gold ing bombs, explosives, revolvers, am- negotiations, as a main prop In the all hum , cotr, t.ruir, did not yield '"i" and other ct edits established here by munition and a number of finished they j Cincinnati, O. Their game dash for blitrr, cult and ciiatrU expected. The disorder was subdued the ltritish Government are to he used bombs. be without a luetic of it in second place in the National league The convention, as sulim.t d. specistruggle. the war loan the tHMMr. It Kifr, altvax rtlce-iirace of l.f netted the Cincinnati in payment of Interest onMonday, they after a military guard In prison was fied that Greeks should evacuate The $ when it falls due next the com but a ti iHr. of the World their Iteds $lS,.-iltake by surprise. The trouble was Thrace within 15 days; that Greek iUi;K.UTUlC CO. Series receipts according to figures have not received definite Instructions begun! near :hisoucmCJ.. the mess room at break civil authorities should leave as soon Ime tern Sr. vk made public In New York. Figuring to that effect olllcials stated. fast time when a prisoner shot one ns possible; that as the Greeks leave will recitie full shares that i" pliiers Other prisoners they shall hand over affairs to allied Washington. Advices received by of the gaurds dead. In the pool won by the Cincinnati team, fired ajitlioritles, who will transmit them to tho ltritish Embassy that the English occupying sheltered positions each lied will pocket approximately weapons. Turks ; that this transfer shall be conproduced Debt Funding Commission, headed by with suddenly $S0l-"- 0. The St. IjiuIs llrowns, who cluded within "!0 days after evacuasecond In the American Sir llobert Home. Chancellor of the Many guards were ordered to leave tion; that allied contingents shall ocfinished Exchequer, expected to sail for the the Jail and prevent any attack that League tight, also will divide ?1S,51S. mainUnited States, November 1. The com- might be attempted from the outside, cupy Eastern Thrace to insure mission originally planned to leave while others engaged the mutineers. tenance of law and order and that Naval Reduction Begun Guards outside fired Into the prison, withdrawal of allied missions shall October 18. and Jail forces soon controlled the sit take place within .'!0 days after comDischarge of 0,000 Washington pletion of evacuation of Greek forces. uation. Some Record. Ehl navy ard workers as beginJnMinee program ning of the naal reduction, American Capitalist Dies Coal At Cost vs i-- ew deaths in York. Aivlder.tal oft. agreed upon at the Washington .rms Sunday. Monday and TuesEng. Isaac Guggen- Conference was announced In oluci'il New York, Southampton, Pctrt)Icum Jelly Cin innatl, O. It was announced In of Saftey oelm, GS, American copper magnate advices to the Japanese Embassy. The day, the lirst three compared with Covington that employes of the Southjj and one of the wealthiest capitalists step, taken in advance of an exchange Week, were but II. as Covln-j'o& Cincinnati Street ltallwayj of ratilieatlens of the naval limitation a.1 for the first three days of Safety Company will be able to purchase coal'i In the United States, died suddenly Guggenheim was treaty, was regarded here as reilectlng Week In 1021, the Safety Institute re- at cost price. William Harto:-- . gen-- l' at a hotel here. the confidence of Japanese statesmen ported. y saltl- v' boin i.i Philadelphia June 7, lSot. He end mimager of the KeepYourSkin-Pore- s In the eventual acceptance of the pact "1 no company owns mines In West litis made his home In New York for Harding Pardons Mother of 11 The magnate was a director by all signatories. Virginia and will sell coal to the em- years. ployes cheaper than can he purchased In the Mexican Union Hallway, AmeriMuskegon. Mich. Prseldent Harding on the market. Three Persons Killed I do not know, how- can Smelting & Kettning Co., Yukon pardoned Mrs. Anna llozer, mother of ever, win t the price will he." The Gold Co., and a member of the firm So.p 25c, Oietatrt 25 toi 50c, Talcsa 25c Monessen, Penn. A .skidding auto-- . 11 children, after serving three months Green Line company employes about of Guggenheim Bros., New York. sentence for violation 500 men. mobile crashed through a fence near of n half-yea-r Uses Horse to End Life here, killing three persons anil Injur- of the prohibition law. t Asks For Resignations The dead: Mrs. An- -' ing three others. Wage Settlement Reached Lamed, Kan. A. J. Umberger, 45 her nie ICobowIowskI, Washington. Andrew W. Mellon, years old, ended his life by tying a daughter, and Margaret Halle, 21 ' Charles years old, nil of Monessen. Cleveland, O. Methods of settling Secretary of the Treasury, Is asked to rope around his neck and fastening Drenkus, llelie Vernon, sustained se--j wage and working agreements be- demand the Immediate resignation of it to the collar of a horse, which he are usually due to straining Julius Kobowlowski, tween the "Ills four" transportation David II. Blair, Commissioner of In- f lightened and forced to run from rious Injuries. when constipated. li years old, and Julia Harris, 21, were brotherhoods and railroads lias en- ternal Bevenue, and Boy A. Haines, the barn. The animal dragged hi in to Xujol bring a lubricant bruised. keeps the food waste soft tered a new era, and if the present National Commissioner of Prohibition, death. prevents course of negotiations Is continued "in the name of clean government," and therefore Can You Believe It? Mrs. Watson Injured straining. Doctors prescribe the country, for a few years at least, In a letter I'orwarded to lilm by H. L. Nujol because it not only will not be threatened with a com- Scalfe, counsel for the Women's Clean Government League. soothes the suffering of London. "Golf will soon outdo base plete tie-uWashington. Mrs. James E. Watof railroad transportation piles but relieves the irritaball as the national game of the Unit- through a concerted strike of these son, wife of the senator from Indiana, Victim Bound tion, brings comfort and ed Stales," said Cyril Toiley, ltritish brotherhoods on all lines of the nanarrowly escaped serious injury when helps to remove them. champion golfer, returning to England tion, W. G. Lee. President of the New York. Bound, gagged and left her auto ran into a ditch along BalJ u ) o l 13 a after his American trip with the team Brotherhood of llailroiul Trainmen, lying on a doorstep by thieves who timore pike. Her face was bruised, lubricant not America has a of Driiish golfers. rilled his pockets of SL'tOO, Seymour but the Injury Is not serious. a medicine or said. s wonderful collection of absolutely Ely, 2(1, Detroit was found. A policelaxative no young players," said Toiley, "and cannot gripe. After Seven Years! man discovered him in an exhausted Helping Hand they completely outputted us." Try it today. condition from ids night of terror. Ely Newark, N. J. Postmaster Frank Washington Tho American lied said he had been staying at the Killed By Kisses Hotel since Sept. 17, and had Bock has just received a letter written Cross, In annual convention here, took gone to the apartment of a Miss to him more than seven years ago Gloucscter, Mas. Killed by kisses. steps for the relief of refugees In the Brooks In Greenwich Village to look and mailed at Orange, N. J., only East. Acting upon authorization That was the verdict of county au- - Near at some furniture for sale. Arriving three miles away. thorlties investigating the mysterious by the organization's executive Com- at her rooms he was attacked. ALUS lAN'i - NOT A LAXAT!VE deaths of Harry Devlne and Caroline mittee given in the day, John Barton Klan Commander Quits Glad to Escape, Huh? Sinkler, who died in each other's Payne, Chairman, dispatched cables anus. Police believe the girl poison- to Athens and Paris, directing ImmeAtlanta, Ga. Edward Young Clarke, Chicago Andrew Harlatan shook PARKER'S ed her lips and kissed Devlne because diate ue of funds for purchase of Wizard pro tempore of the HAIR BALSAM was determined to die, and to kill supplies for sufferers. Mr. Payne also hands so vigorously on parting from Imperial site resigned. It was announced that Dr. A. Koss Hill would a friend that he dislocated his shoulder Kit Klux Klan, has him so another woman should not have and Kiom announced at Klan headquarters. Beaolr to Crr and ladml HaU him. charge of expanded relief efforts. and fainted. take (si-t.- a s in bei Ti'r'1"tnooh of my time vth piins ard had te haw the iVtf; evory n. nth. One day 1f x Kt:l; Look in iny yard in Crertfcrie,Oklaiv'.'.is,37.d 1 read it through a rod got the medicine 1 ydia E. a Vtvetable Compound and took J the Sanative refct Ivuiej and Waak. 1 at .we betm to pet rtrutigiT. 1 have got irony women to tale it just by teiUn;: t'apm bat it has done for w. 1 have a whom it has Hiri(T helped in to.' paioe v nv it helped me. 1 ant yew to l:now that 1 am a 'friend xdee, foryouw re a friend iniH-ed-. " Mr?. Gfvhm.b Hhikk, i'M3 Byram St.. Lus Anpe'.cg, Calii. rni:i Let Lydia K. Pirkhatn'a Vegetable Coafounu t a "f.Kni ini, cd " to you. 1'ink-lataU.-- . British landed additional forces to protect the railroad !etween Ilaidar Pasha and Kadi Krni. A shipload of Coldstream Guards reached the Dardanelles and oilier British t roups are expected during the week. . vell as an aircraft carrier and a cargo of airplanes. Four thousand Greek civilfor ians hate left Constantinople a-- Ore of blvhops at the general convention of the Protestunt Kpls-cupu- l Church In America al FIFTY MILLIONS ON WAY TO NEW YORK I MAY ASK AMERICAN AID Ne- TURKS DISMAYED i Would Be Welcome In Near East gotiations, It Is Declared London. -- With the at Mudanhi, putting fare between Greeks tionalists, plans for signed to bring about WHENALLIES UNITE armistice signed ON ACCOUNT OF INTEREST ON GREAT BRITAIN'S WAR DEBT was distinctly loss confldeniv There TO UNITED STATES In the Kemalist camp here when it Ixsamc HBdertood tlmronshly that Exact Amount Due Will Not Be Settled vinplete iiiianiii)It. Hon I Until Conference Meets at Washinganiont: the allies. Plans for dividing ton Sir Robert Home Heads British the allies having failed. It n as realized Mission to Settle Matter. that Kemal Pasha hnd the world against liim. "The llrlt'.ali Government." also came Into t:rtvk delepite-"is taking Hue Hith the three Allied Powers, It was staled $.V.fHN.(MHt into the New Colonel Mamrakis infonnins tleneral steps to pay Harrington that tlnvce would con- York "Ydprl Itcserve Hank October form to wlwlever measure the Allied lfi on account of this ear's Interest on lie also as- Great ltritaln's debt to the I'nited tieacral reitminunided. Athens. th-T- e d s e olll-cial- -- ad Recommended ai tun-bu- 1 ' rr JJ) - a a - a ir ' m:'i7'-- Vaseline r rt !tls v s mf not realizing luliT ois relative CounUrrafter r. Increase, urged the sleeping In an adjacent room. 5iceplnir mission at a hearing . ne of the shols entered promise on the Increase. body. fs raan's ttf con-an- - Active and Healtliy With Cuticura Soap Madlsonvllle Bobert Lee Cardwell, wealthy young farmer, of this coun-twas fined $300 and sentenced to thirty days In Jail here, following his In County Court on a conviction charge of having liquor In his possession for tho purpose of sale. Officers n claim Cardwell took liquor to a bootlegger rendezvous and th.it It was later sold to two negroes. Cardwell appealed the ease and was released under 5300 bond. well-know- v, obtained by Frankfort Evidence an Illegal search and seizure Is Judge W. Bogers Clay, of the Court of Appeals held. In reversing the Judgment of the Fi.vette Circuit Court In the case of :fannle Price against the commonwealth. The Price woman was Indicted on the charge of Illegally possessing Intoxicating 5100, given 1 1 Sure H'JUci 25 v ELL-AN-S Dand 754 Packages. Everywhere and on conviction was fined a forty days' Jail sentence, and put under a $1,000 peace bond. liquors, Satpead'era and Gtrtert d Piles Bardwell J. W. Geveden narrowly escaped death or serious injury when he was driving Ids automobile across p the railroad tracks near here and killed his engine Just as the front part of the car was on the track while a train was approaching rapidly. The train tore the radiator from the car and smashed into the front wheels. The rear end of the car was not damaged. Mr. Gevenden suffered only from the shaking up when he was thrown back Into the seat when tie Impact occurred. Springs Mill Slontlcello At Robert Decker, 1G years of age, killed his brothei, Jake, 50, It Is alleged, by shoot! Jg him four times with a shotgun loaded with buckshot Jake had been living on Bob's place, and had recently moved away, and Bob now clalme-- i that he took some property which belonged to him. Jake was standing In his yard and Bob was In the road about twenty-fiv- e feet away when the shooting began. Ja6e was unarmed. Jerry Blxler, superFrankfort intendent of the Old Judge Distillery, and seven others, charged with removing fourteen barrels of whisky from the distillery, were Indicted by the Federal Court The whisky was located by federal prohibition officers, burled In a barn on the farm of Carl Terhune, who lives In the vicinity of the distillery. Others Indicted on the charge of being Implicated In the removal of the whisky were: Carl and William G. Terhune. Dave Clark. Nun-nelly, Btnlaa uaarantaao. n il. nt two aad th: T faara waar. Baapaadata, Xa. uanara. own. Aak Your Dealer It. aa aaaa t thaaa. aaaa via direct ii'lna dealof'e VJ P aa aaaa. Look for backJaa. Aoeepaaoaebatltatee. No-WStrath Siupandar Co. paptESSio Alriaa. Mich. UaaqaaUad for Obta'art an4 loaj I mlna Oaa Taar-W.ar. MIUJJ at DfUD.KELLOGG'S ASTHMA REHEDY tirst-clas- Mc-Alp- Cunningham Mrs. Castde Moyew, of near Cunningham, has the unique distinction of stnrting back to school at the age of 50. Mrs. Cunningham was left a widow with several children and the management of a farm uh her hands. She knew nothing about running a farm, and now she has entered the Cunningham High School, to take a course In agriculture. In addition to the farm course, she Is enrolled for the regular high school Andy Settle, Tom Barnes, W. K. course, and has stated that she InArtie Stewart, Charles Shelton, tends to complete the four years of John Hampton, Sam Peters and Curwork. tis Sheets. for tho prompt relief ot Asthma at and Hay Fever. Aex your for It. 23 cents and one dollar. Writ for FREC BAMPLI. dru-Sl- Northrop & Lyman Co,lna,Baftilo,K.Y. to Iba a klac ivi. frru mL '. lr nail vr at ItrMC CUU. BtaeaxCliafukuaWM'kJ.t'XaLcite..X. rae HIHDERCORNSnm all InttA vse ana)i tt mtC.n watfUn.n,lv.T Kmrri-t- "Writing in Sky" Paris "Writing in the sky" was put on a commercial basis with the beginning of a campaign of air advertising by an American linn, whose airplanes, equipped with smoke ejecting attachments, wrote advertisements for staring Parisians. The new system will be limited here, however, for airplanes are forbidden to lly low over Paris. There also are certain restrictions on newspaper publicity for Huge Radio Set Warships Greet Legion Guests New York A squadron of destroyers went out to meet La Lorraine, bringing war veterans of seven European countries to attend the national convention of the American Legion at New Orleans. The destroyers will escort the steamer to this port. Army, navy and police airplanes will fiock over the steamer as she enters the harbor. At the Battery the veterans will receive a greeting from General Pershing, officers of the American Legion and civic leaders. Banker's Home Looted Job For Solomon One of Solomon's Washington problems was presented to the Supreme Court for solution when It was asked to determine who was the mother of Thomas Atkins, a Creek Indian, to whom was patented lands In Oklahoma of great value because of oil. The Court, in reaching its decision, however, will not have the affections of a mother to aid It, for the child long since died, and the woman whom the lower Federal Courts held was the mother also is dead. Isn't Nature Wonderful7 "Pa. I know why some lislies are flat." "Why. my son'r"' " Canit- - in water fish have to 1h tlat or they'd get their backs lCvenlng m..ii Funlmnit." Trau-Ectip- t. sucli flights, which Is thought to be essential lo the success of the project. lighthouse. Seattle, Wash. Cape Blanco, further toward the sunset than any other part of the United States, Is soon to have the largest radio compass station on the Pacific Coast. A sea to the west, a sea to the north and to the south, tills rocky headland is In eternal wash. All Paclllic trade must necessarily pass near to Blanco. Its equipment Is of the finest type of radio sending apparatus yet devised. Cape Blanco Is noted chiefly for Its Unique School Strike Lincoln, Neb. Strike of achool patrons and school children Is on in East Lincoln. Each day from forty to fifty men and women and about double that number of children gather twice a day at the Whlttler School and engage In "peaceful picketing" for The object of the several hours. picketing as stated by Mrs. K. Fitch, the leader of the strike, is to force the school Board to provide facilities for teaching the children. It will continue until this Is done. Hazard A man about 20 years old, believed to be William Newberry, of Hazard, was Instantly killed when he attempted to board a moving freight train. The body wai not discovered until the entire train had passed over It Ashland Fire In the wholesale disdestroyed the buildings and stocks of Crump ii Field, wholesale s grocers, and the Can Company, mill supplies and feed, with a loss estimated at near half a million Onatn.1 the most stubborn Sieved in 3fo 10 days if trict convinces IIoose-Adam- YOU CAN from IXES5Xa-XI.LX- AT ALL DRUGGISTS color year tut aieli7 maA aataly by MTRO ja lag XI em pills. f i dollars. Madlsonvllle An oil well with an estimated production of from 500 to 1,000 barrels dally was brought in by the Linton Oil Pool Association of Linton. Indiana, on the farm of Dink of Williams, eight miles south-eas- t Madlsonvllle. i Balr Color look Mow. 8vfe to om vs wftter. Xjlrs fflaj. At kll food drnnlits. n M.U, or Touf tllrtct Cbemlssa. Frankfort The surface of Grayson County is essentially that of a modplain or plateau, wlfh erately a few isolated knobs reaching an elevation of about SCO feet, according to the report of the Kentucky Geological Survey. d Ttea. Aaente Radiophone eomplete under 19; first payment ajanfa. No Inreitmant. collection. dallTerlea. Pat'd "Tnpaj" plan winner. Ootat free. Nat'l Specials. Trtbane B14t; New Tark. RAW ITBS WA.NTKD All kinds, to fill tnanafactarlna; ordana Hlcheat prteea. Prompt returns. Write tor price Hat. RAYMOND DaWITT. 1117 MeMlckan Ave.. Cincinnati. O. War Looms in China Amoy, China Ileal war Is growing out of the tense military situation In Invading province, Fuklen. tills forces, .seeking to supplant the provincial government, are nearing the capital. Gen. Hsu Tsung-Chan commanded who formerly Is leading army under Sun one of the Invading armies, and he Justifies the attack upon the ground that It Is Intended to eliminate LI Ilou-Chthe military governor, whom Hsu terms a public enemy. I'oo-rhoi, Yat-Sel, Paul S. Megrue. Cincinnati Ohio "Some years ago vitality and I suffered from Ilowered Dr. Pierce's took liver trouble. Discovery and now Golden Medlcnl have excellent health. I can never forget what this valuable remedy has done for ine and can recommend It for nil rundown conditions caused from overwork or for sluggish liver." Paul Locust Valley, N. Y. Five thousand dollars' worth of Jewelry was taken from a cottage owned by Frederick P. Moore, New Y'ork banker, which adjoins the fashionable Piping Hock DetecClub, detectives announced. tives said they were looking for a "Mr. Jones," who entered the cottage while Mr. Moore was playing golf. Among articles missing Is an expensive pair of cult links belonging lo Thomas H. Wright, wealthy St. Louis miner, who was Mr. Moore's guest. pounds. The record on the Newfoundland banks Is held by a fish taken in 1838, which weighed, after clennlng, 1.10 pounds. Every summer on the Labrador coast the great schools of cod run Inshore to feed on the caplln, and "the water Is then often literally black, and the nlr over the school alive with fish Jumping nfter their prey." Their voracity Is astonishing. Doctor Grenfeli has himself taken 30 fish from the stomach of i large cod. A book In three volumes was extracted Frankfort The State Tax CommisVanceburg John Cox. 4G. It Is alSix Children Die sion assessed the Western Union Tele- leged, shot and wounded Mrs. Hoover, S graph Company at $1.41S,oG0, or 03, In a dispute over the use of a Valparaiso, Ind. Mrs. Harriet Har-go- t. less than last year. The assess- watering trout-h- . Chicago, and six of her seven ment Is divided: Franchise $1,077,052, children were killed Instantly at a and tangible $.171. IDS. I'inevllle Stories of actual starvarailroad crossing near here when a tion In the Harlan and Bell County Pennsylvania train crashed through Lexington Appointment of Guy Tug-gl- coal fields have not been reported to their stalled automobile. The husband, of London, Ky., as a federal pro- the Associated Charities here, it was Kene Hargot. his son. Bene, Jr., and hibition agent on the staff of Director learned, following statements said to a friend named Missoulam. were at- Sam Collins was announced at pro- have been made by members of the to push the stalled car hibition headquarters. tempting Agent Tug-gl- e United Mine Workers. No noticeable from the track. The children killed, will fill the vacancy on the force extra demand has been made on the Marguerite, Uaymond, caused by the recent resignation of Associated Charities during the last Irene, Susanne, Richard and Edmund, ranged In ages Agent J. T. Beckner, of London. several months. It was reported. from 2 to 10 years. $S3,-65e, LEARN PIANO IN SPARE TIME MUSIC LESSONS BY MAIL Write rnor. injSSCK. Patcnome. K. T. A.M) IVOUEN who want D to make extra money aelUna Toilet Braahea and Drurslata Bnndrlea. Write O-- Z PROD. UCTS. 1 ItoJaon 8U NEW TORK CITT. CODFISH EATS MOST ANYTHING S. Meitrue. 5501 Madistm Itond. Health is your inot valuable asset Do not nojrtert It. Go at once to your nelghlwrhood drug Flore and get Dr. In Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery to tablet or llnuld form or send 10c Dr Pierce's Invalids Hotel. Buffalo. N.'r., for trial package, or write for free medical advice. Grenfeli !n his book, "Labrador." As long ago ns 1SC0 the average nnnual export of codfish from Labrador direct was almost two hundred thousand and after rising to If Labrador should ever have a capi- hundred-weightal of its om It might well use the near four hundred thousand hundredcodfish as a .symbol. Just as Massachu- weight In the late seventies It fell setts has placed a glided codfish atop early this century to about three hunIts statehousc. dred thousand. The largest single cod of which DocThe place of the cod In the economic life of Labrador is told by Dr. W. T. tor Grenfeli has a record welshed 102 t, Keys, Rings, and Even Books Have Been Found in Stomach, According to Writer. from one caught on the English const and wns presented to nn officer of Cambridge univers'ty. Two ducks have been found In n cod's stomach; a Captain II III once, losing his keys overboard in the North sea, recovered them Inside n codfish; and fisherman, a Newfoundland some years ago. forwarded a wei'dlng ring, found in a cod. to the family of a woman lost In n steamship wreck off the Newfoundland coast. n Follow up advantages they must be "protective markings," Imitating eyes because birds strike at the eyes of their victims. But this What do the eye spots on Butter- suggestion Is hardly regarded as satThe naturalists isfactory. Among buttertlies the most flies' wings mean? say, frankly: "We do not know." It Is striking examples of eye spots are thought that these eye spots may found on the undersurface of the have some utilitarian application. wings. They form one of the most Intricate Right Key Will Be Found. of all natural designs. The fact that Keep on trying keys; after a while butterflies have been captured with their eye spots pierced, as If from the yon will find one that will open the attack of birds, has been used as an door Into boundless opportunity. argument in favor of the view that Christian Evangelist Scientists Baffled Her Choice. Inexperienced Young Bride "I want some lard." Grocery Clerk "Palir Bride "I didn't know It came In two shades I" Life. 1 1 Tonr noblest natures art. most cred-nlnn- s. TtlllDINF WiVlir ' VyL-.TrcC Hav N'eHit Strong. H,althy and Hornlni. Smart or to. Cr&vJXJJ Irritated. Burn, if Sore, Inflamed or TUUR Llto Granulated, use Marina often. Soothes. Refreshes. Safe for Infant or Adult At all Druggists. Write for Free Eye Book.. Hirfai En Ioe4t fX CHatr j 5 -- sft. OVVINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. : GATHER IN WHEAT ft Farmers Western Canad joice at Harvest. 3f Rn - i Largest Crop in the History ol the c Fertile Provinces May Be Con-slder- Assured. Western Canada's when! may be considered fulrl acciimc. .. they are made at the end of the lasiH), when the- crop I fully bar ted, uohUI Indicate yield of lmeen .TamhiMHM ami :5TO. IKKMVH) IkimWn fnim a toml aereauc f I' 1. 71. Out. ThN Is the preateMt yield In tin- - hUtorj of tin- of Manlth. SaM.utchcunn anil Al berta. This Immense yield ha: onlj iKfii harvested through the combined all public bodies railenercle ways :jvi governments. It required the afcls'.'tuv outtide of that locally vmpltn.d u upward of 40.000 men. These viere brought Into the country from the liast. the West anil the South, liy trainloftds. and rushed at express speed, to he plnceil In the different districts, under the direction of olHchils who were kept advlseO daily, hy wire, of the needs Hcpor- crop, v h . !i 1 1 trinii' for-uar- d of this combined effort wheat erop In ttie history of the We-- t was Miivessfulh hare-- t eil. The tlircsblii): reports -- hou that almot unUiTMilIy. In eer of the country, the train smiled high. In very few placet, did rain Interfere with Mnrklnc The proiliu-- oi Manitoba was the first to complete thresh hiK, very few tlelds being left at the time, of writing. Portions of that had Miffered from drought for the past two or three years reaped a crop that largely made up fur pat disappoint meats. In Allierta theie was a strange eon dltlon. In tlie central district, always noted for Its heavy yields, there was conslderahle of a falling off. Instead of the :J."i and 10 hushel yields the aerfre ran from 10 to 1"J. uhlle In southern portions, where drought had alTeited the country for mine time past, there were except tonally hish y lelds. lieports of Individual yields In different portions of .he three provinces lead to the Impression that when threshing returns are In there will he found to lme hecn a riueh hotter crop than at present seem possible. Some of these returns give Individual farmers as getting as high as IS bushels others X and so on. while in some districts, where In enrl August not more than S or 10 husliels might he A n the Iarpct sei-tln- looked for. 1R mid IS husliels are re corded, the '.iiiproxeiuciii having born ahout hy rains that worked innrels m the appearance of the crop. And then, too. Instead of the head curry ins four rows. must of them car rled six rows, and tilled to the top. which, to those who know, means nt least fifty per cent more. The rye crop of all Western fan ada Is exceptionally pmil; the oats generally pood and hurley fair. The wen! lid at the time of writing is threatening for a rainy spell which may Interfere with threshing, and pns long it .somewhat. Mut of the newcomers from the States have excellent crops. Muring August, the trains to Western Canada carried hundreds of capitalists and others interested In Western Canada land, going up to take care of the crop that they had arranged to have put In on the land they owned. Very few of them will he disappointed. Ador It Is time eniuipli to cry yon nro hurt. WT ulnn Dr. Pferr'n Dil Slnt" I the only mlfufii tthirh oiTalM tliriURhly itir n Huh, and rtimM Virm all J Tapeworm n utll u Ihi ntUi'U In which tli loiter jinl I'tetsl, without (tic nffd of aior oil oiia n efffit m lr.irl StM cnt, on1 New York Cii. Adcrti-nifiil- . vr lt. WImtrvor hopt utll nlw g&st nnntf nts 15Fluid Prachn Qhildresi Cry For 4 t,CJM k r. jl -- 1.1 TV.sn tml leu nfA3 ' Special Care of Baby. 1:SS51 2 m w"T"-- If ; - ConstlpationandDtarrhoca.- mm Hill ToSSOKSLEEr . Yet It That Baby should have a bed of its own all are Is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-up- s than to use a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Keither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is loo often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mentel note of this: It is important, Mothers, that ou should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care. No Eaby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily ap-eed- . prepared for MOTHERS SHOUID grown-upREAD s. EVERY THE BCOXLET THAT IS AROUSD BOTTLE OF flETCHER'S CASTOSIA y GENUINE CASTOR 8 A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CFNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. BRIGHTENS, REFRESHES, ADDS NEW DELIGHT TO OLD DRAPERIES PUTNAM FADELESS 5YES Compound fracture. "So her heart was broken?" "Yes; In two places. Southampton and Newport." l.lfe. HAD JUST BELri uUIKLi ALUimG dyes or tints as ycu wish The SeTo "IVttei mill,, out to the couris Ebenezer's Explanation Surely Should tennis Is a greet sport." "Yes. you're liable to get caught In the net," Have Carried Weight, Under the Circumstances. Vie. . ' '- - - ' 'I . jlV mf lB m, t- relieves nt Kbenezer Washington was tip before Avoid Imitation. Ask your the city recorder for being drunk. druggist. E. W. Vacher. Inc, Xew j The Judge looked at him for n moOrleans. Advertisement. ment and said: "You have been up here twice for being drunk. Kbenezer, MALE SHOPPERS ARE "WISE" and, seeing you are an old man, I am going to let you off with a tine of $.". City Grocery Clerk Denies It Is Easier Now, see that you don't come here to Make Sales to Men Than again. It's the road, if you do." to Women. The old negro thanked him and walked out of the court room. "Whoever says that It Is easier to The next morning Kbenezer was up sell groceries to men than to women In court again for being drunk. His U not nequnlnted with the facts" said case was called. The Judge looked at a grocery clerk the other day. "I've him reprovingly and remarked: 6een cartoons In the papers of hus"Kbenezer. I told you not to come up bands bringing home cleansing iiowder here again and here you are. Have instead of rat poison nnd forgetting you anything to say?" half of their wives orders, but I've The old negro looked up and replied : never seen It In real life. "No, salt, Jeilge, only tint dls am de I think same drunk." Judge. "Men are hard customers. they read more about the cost of foiwls. particularly advertising, than women. Disappointed. They seem to know the different "I thought my cousin trom Kay See brands letter, at any rate, I've often Mibstituted brands for n housewife, was a pretty smart feller when he me here last summer," dlsgrunted- only to he refused bj her husband when I tried it again. I'd rather at- ly said Hurt Hlurt of Petunia, "but tempt to talk a woman Into buying a when I was up to tlie city this week new brand of canned for exam- I found out he hain't got no sense ple, than to face her husband with the nt nil. After I'd been there a spfll he said he'd take me out and show same sales talk. The male shopiier ierhaps me the beauties of Kansas City. 1 know too much nlxiut fix-got a shave nnd a shine, and so on, because they do most of the eating." and then what d'ye think? New York Sun. j If he didn't take me to see Swope park. the I'aseo and a lot of rich fellers' Worthy of His Reward. I'.eautles of Kansas City North There Is a reward of $25 for residences. the devil!" Kansas City Star. the man who stole Kobert's tainnhone. West Fine! U they Und him I'll gWhlra $10 more! New York Sun. ' I.eam to use your time. Adams. Ufc once. Vacher-Ualin For Colds, Croup and Pains. ; It I-- a. Cuticura Comforts Baby's Skin When red, rough and Itching, by hot baths of Cuticura Soap nnd touches of Cuticura Ointment. Also make use now and then of that exquisitely scented dusting powder, Cuticura Talcum, one of the Indispensable Cuticura Toilet Trio. Advertisement. OTHERWISE HE IS PERFECT Only One Little Thing Leaves Blot on Character of the Ideal Neighbor. He Is just old enough to suit the husbands and young enough to suit the wiM's. He has money enough to do, everything the neighbors want to do, but not enough to make any of them envious. He Is busy enough to he an example to the lazy husbands nnd leisurely enough to make a good companion for them. He can lend any kind of automobile or garden tool ; can play chess, checkers, cribbage, bridge, pinochle, poker, golf, tennis nnd Toque, lie can dance, swim, and ride; he likes to llsh and knows Just where to go for halt, canned or bottled, lie can change a tire and start an unstartahle car. lie ndinlre's ever body's children nnd everybody's house, lawn, pictures, hooks, cars, dogs and putters. He la the Ideal neighbor. There Is only one disagreeable tiling about him. Nobody likes him. Life. vis-lte- d ik-b- i j It makes a girl angry if a man attempts to kiss her nnd doesn't sue. ceed. The one way to keep sound, perfect teeth. blessing sound, way to keep THE onlyteeth is to eat the priceless food that ofsupplies the kind of them not only with proper nourishment but gives them not only induces thorough mastiwork to do. Grape-Nut- s cation, but also supplies the lime and other elements required for building firm tooth structure. This wholesome, healthful cereal food is made from whole wheat flour and malted barley. AH the nutriment of these splendid grains, including the vital mineral ele"refined" foods, is ments so often lacking in retained. with cream A delicious, appetizing dish, Grape-Nutor good milk, provides complete nourishment for body, bone and nerves, in readily digestible form. Sold by Grocers Everywhere I s, ;'-"- V'. f tlly ran up the stain. After tier, for a moment, gazed the Franciscan, then shrugged Ids wide shoulders and plunged into tbe crowd. Willie she danced, while she chat-..reand laughed and entered Into the mad gaiety of the eening, I.ucie Lethal ominous Franclncan. How could diinois could not banish from tier mind lie have known? How could he have guessed what only she and one other barely suspected? There was no proof, of course; the very breath of suspicion Keemed a calumny against an upright man! s Joseph Maiilard had sold that Terrecolors on your walls to harmon- bonne land sl mouths before any gns ize best with your rugs and dra- or oil had been tllscoercd there, and eight months before I.ucie had come peries artistic effects always Into the management of her own afIllu5lrations by comeoutofthepackagewiththe He had not known about the fairs. cross and circle printed in red. Mijgi-minerals, of course; It was a case only y of bad Judgment. Vet. Indubitably, he was now n shareholder and olllcer In the Hayou (HI company, tlie concern which had bought that strip of land. Copyright- by DoublcAiy.Paqe orul Compantj I.ucie strove angrily to banish the particular friend of mine. Aren't the dark thoughts from her mind. Why. stones pri Ity?" Maiilard was a rich man, a banker, an TAKES NO CHANCES ON She honorable gentleman! To doubt his .Mrs. .Maiilard was speechless. MASQUER. compress, ,,1 Iter linn Hps ami wutelied honor, although he was a harsh and Student Who Agreed. I.ucie replace the sapphire collar with- u slern man. was Impossible. Certain Test. I.ucie IMinni; I S.ti"ils Drle.ms tlie In Islit of Socialist Agitator Think of the po- Two fishermen were angling In a out a word to offer. Silently sl.e ex knew him better than most, and could tlie New caiuinl Ht'iisnii weiltliy thouKli tended a corsage houipict from the pile not believe river, when one suddenly dropped his tentlal musicians who lack the monej iiiyM. rlims cllizon, .in. I I)r to buy an Instrument; think of the liesble ber: then. In a trembling voice Ansley. nr tllscilssln of it "May I crave pardon for my error?" rod. hy nti imliti'luat Known "Say!" he ejaculated, "Did you see artists who will never have the oppoforced herself to explain about the fa came a voice at Her elbow, sue lumen, t lie MIiIiiIkIiI M:imii r. who, .is clllT over there rtunity to paint; think of the Mir Inside. nttlrtit as :m ai.itor. has lo see the Franciscan again beside that feller fall off that ones: who cannot study toni: lt tU'tl the mUi e Je.s4jh Slipping her mask Into place I.ucie her. "With n thousand apologies for Into the river?" w.allli lanker. Is givlni; a Stude Yes. dammit, that's me. "Don't get excited, I111I," soothed the She Impertinence, mademoiselle; I am very was gone, not without relief. hall that ntKlit. at whl,;, the .M.ik-ir hai tlireaten,-,- ! to apiar nn,l knew very well that within half an sorry for my faults. Will not that other. "Mebbe It was a movie actor I'ennsylvanla Iunch Bowl. reh the guests. I'ell and Aiisley. hour I hil' Maiilard would be informed admission obtain for me one little makln' pictures." tlu-lway to the affair, meet a en "Hut, my stars! How kin wc tell?" Important to All Women Ktrl nh (i!uinhlne, that she had accepted gifts of Jewels dance, one hint of forgiveness from known to IV1I "Well," counseled the Judicious one. from oilier men. with all the accompafair Columbine?" "If he drowns, he ain't," Epworth nying implications and additions that Readers of This Paper Something in his voice spelt sin- Herald. Imagination could furnish. For. al- cerity. I.ucie, smiling, held out her CHAPTER I Continued. though Hob Maiilard wanted very i hand. Thousands upon thousands of women "And Maiilard would do the payins." much Indeed to marry her. his mother have kidney or bladder trouble and never "You are pardoned, holy man. If had no Intention of sanctioning such a you can mspect it. Fell's dry cNii'lsle held a imte of dance In that friar's robe, to be Women's "Let him. Who cares? I.ool; union. 58 ft".!8 nothing else complaints often proveor the then try It!" but kidney trouble, "Neither has Fncle Joseph," she reat his house, there, l,l:iziim w ith lights. Could he dance. Indeed! Who could are actually demanded year after result of kidney or bladder disease. Why pays for those lights? The people flected, smiling to herself, "and neither not dance with Columbine for partner? yearbytnore people tlianany other If the kidneys are not in a healthy conhis liiumcial tentacles have closed their have I! So we're all agreed, except So saying, the monk proved his word slioo in tne worm dition, they may cause the other organs sucker-likgrip upon. His wife's Jew- Hob." to become diseased. hy the deed and proved it well. Nor BECAUSE; JXML'i A hand fell upon her "Columbine:" You may suffer pain in the back, headels hne lieen purchased with the coin did he again hint that he had recog- workmanship they re ache and loss of ambition. of oppression and Injustice. His son's wrist. "Columliine! Turn and confess nized her; until, as they parted, he Protection aca!nstnnrA.oa. Poor health makes you nervous, irrilife is one of roguery and drunken thy siiw!" once more left her astonished and Able prollta la guaranteed by table and maybe despondent; it makes " She had come to the foot of the perturbed, As he howe'l he mnr- - the price stamped onetery wlldness any one so. pair. stairway that led inured : vide, ".Man. are you mad?" Ansley IndiTear of sitlsfactorr rr!e. Hat hundreds of women claim that Dr. confidence gtren them by restoring health Kilmer's Swamp-Roocated tlie Columliine hetween them. to the Honrs ahoe, and beside her had "Ileware, sweet Columbine! Ileware hare bos and In the pro lo the to the kidneys, proved to be just the "We're not alone here you must net suddenly appeared a Franciscan monk, of the gay Annuls! Ileware of his tection afforded by tbe V . overcome such condiremedy needed to Douzlu Trade Murk. cowled and gowned In sober brown proposals !" talk that way " VJ I nniTfM AC ihoei tions. .lacliln Fell only chuckled again. Col- from head to foot. are pot Many send for a sample bottle to see He was gone upon the word. Into all ot our 110 store at "You frightened me, holy man!" she umbine's laugh liroke In witli renewed the irreat kidney, liver what Swamp-RooAnnuls? Why, that must be the cried, gaily.' "Confess to you. Indeed! : By pilety of profit until Musketeer, of course Hob Mnlllanl! one cent soiu u juu. i tbe i";JoA i!lo and bladder medicine, will do for them. Co., noes are is Not I." enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer 4 "Nonsense, my dear Rnlcn! We W. UcQiat nam The name, with Its Implications, was worth dollars for yoa to and Uportrait U the Iiinghamton. X. Y., you may receive sammasquers may admit among ourselves when yoa ".'eor a better chance, hutterll." of n clever hit. Hut who was this brown remember that our ores btt knmten ple size bottle by parcel post. You can it tin- world. Troite Mirk t tht Haste not to the dance, monk, who seemed to know so much, bay ihoes at that Hob Mnlllitrd purchase medium and large size bottles at TOPPATOXLTOSKPBOm. mrM. ItitanJtfor AffVjf ttttnJard "Is not the man we would have our fair .sister tarry a while and Invite who danced so divinely, whose French SomatterwhereyoallTeihoe teQuaitrw nt the t all drug stores. Advertisement. of dealen can supply yoa with potrttle cctU The daughters marry, provided we had was like music? A vague suspicion was W.L.Douglaj name and prter U daughters." Kald Fell. plainly gtamped 9 In San Invariable Rule, In tlie girl's mind, hut she had no no more do in NewFrancisco the oie England. than they They had come to a tile of limou"Yon still take your morning bath. proof. Is twWl. fflMPARF out $7 and S tt t sines and ears, and approached the I suppose?" Half an hour after this Hob Maiilard 10 or U snoes maae. gateway of the Maiilard home. They Some"Xever miss It. my boy I came to her. and with Impatient words fTO MERCHANTS: If no turned Into the gate. .lacliln Fell times I take It hot. sometimes cold, made a path through the circle which touched the arm of Ansley and indicatSoCom and when I'm In a rush I take It for txtlnswt surrounded her. "I know you now, day for thit qwtk rtghti to nVLIu0'i Stre kindle telin0, l' JO Spark , 'lis ed an inconspicuous figure to one side r line, "I must see futct Lucie!" he murmured. Urktt. Mat. granted." of the entrance steps. you at once In the conservatory." W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. "An outer guardian," he murmured. DYED HER SKIRT, DRESS, She was minded to refuse, hut "Our host. It seems, is neglecting no brielly. The words of the I feel sorry for the SWEATER AND DRAPERIES precaution! Spsak Up, Tom. monk intrigued her; what had the "Why Is It," usk a rural exchange, Masquer, If he appears here." man guessed? WITH "DIAMOND DYES" If Hob were Indeed "that n chicken makes two scratches They came to the doorway. Columabout to propose, she would this time with one foot and otie scratch with bine' produced an Invitation, duly numEach package of "Diamond Dyes' concut off his hopes for good. Hut was the other and then reverses the feet bered, and the three entered the house tains directions so simple any woman can it that sort of a proposal? Edinext time?" There's one for Mr. dye or tint her worn, shabby dresses, together. As she managed to rid herself of son to answer. lloston Transcript. skirts, wai-tcoats, stockings, sweaters, coverinEf. draperies, hangine. everything, her admirers, and descended to the CHAPTER II. even if he Iras never dyed before. Buy conservatory, she was highly vexed Merely for Emphasis. "Dhmond Dyes" no other kind then with herself nnd the Franciscan, nnd The minister had been trying to perfect home dyeing is sure because DiaMasquers. sw came to her appointment in no show up the point In his sermon und mond Dyes are guaranteed not to spot, might have Joseph Maiilard fade, streak, or run. Tell your druKgist equable frame of mind. She found hud got quite er ;ed. considered the note from the JlidDuring a lull Jackie piped up In a whether the material you wish to dye is Maiilard waiting In the night Masipier to he a hoax perpetrat wool or silk, or whether it ir linen, cotton conservatory; he had unmasked, and shrill voice. "Mamma, what's he so or mixed Roods. Advertisenunt. oil hv .some of his friends hut lie took mnd about?" was pulling a cigarette. tin dinner. Two detectives were post- - t We hurried him out ninid many "Hy gad, Lucie, y. U're beautiful toAt the polls "the freeman's will" ed In the grounds outside the house; j night. Where did you get that collar n;uused glances on the part of the sometimes turns out to be Just nil nu. ! t Inctiln fit-,- , fttlu.fs? iiif,h.L-n- l cc ngregat Km. Chicago Tribune. of Jewels?" fined, were keeping n quietly elllcient "Indeed!" The girl proudly drew eye on nil that transpired. The people who are looking lor There are scarcely horses enough to herself up. "What business Is that Each guest upon entering was conHill furnNh horseshoes for hnnglng over trouble deserve all that's coming ti. of yours, sir?" ducted directly to the presence of Je them. "Aren't you one of the family? doors. You Frightin Me, Holy Man!" She scph Maiilard himself, or of his wife, Cried, Gayly. "Confess to You, In D n It Lucie! Don't you know that was hidden to unmask in this private I want to marry you " deed! Not I." audience, and was then presented with "My dear Robert, I certainly do not n favor and sent forth masked anew spc-cof Import ! Having want to marry any man who swears to the festivities. These favors were the soul In gate, tarry to my face you least of all!" she concealed, in the case of the ladies. Its passed the dragon at the coldly Intervened. "I have already recorsage bouquets; In that of the men. a moment with this man of vows I "Shrive me quickly, then," she said. fused you three times'; let this he the Inside false cigars. There was to 1'. liiigldng. fourth and last. Now, kindly Inform a general opening of tlie favors at mid f. o. b. Flint, Mich Would me why you wished me to meet you 'Now, without confession? night, the time set for unmasking. A. . 'i ha e me read your thoughts and here." this ceremony was regarded hy the i penance?" e guests as a delightful innovation, and "I have a chance to make some you can do that, holy man, 1 may money 'If by Joseph Maiilard as a delightful for you in a hurry," he said. ; so prove It quickly !" way of assuring himself that onl in- confess "Your father left you a good deal of The Franciscan leaned forward. His land up Hayou Terrebonne way " vited guests entered Ids house. Invitaand voice came low, distinct, clear-cut- , tions might he forged faces, never! "Your father sold some of It," she spoke in the French which Lucie put In, Idly. His eyes dickered to Lucie Ledanols entered tlie presence he understood as another mother-tonguof her stntely relative, and after the thrust. dutifully exchanged kisses as do most of the older families of "Yes; hut you've plenty left, nenr New Orleans. with Mrs. Maiilard. Until some months I'anidls. It's away from the gas field, how I read them, mademoi"See previously, until she had come into the thought is of uneasy sus- but I'm Interested In an oil company. management of her own property or selle! One We've plenty of money, and we're goIs typillcd by a what was left of it Lucie had been picion; It man. tine thought Is of pro- ing to go strong after the liquid gold. grasping the ward of the Malllards. regret ; It Is typilled by a darkly That land of yours Is good for noth"Mercy, child, how marvelous yon found welling stream of oil. One thought" ing else, nnd If you want to make swing the look tonight!" exclaimed Mrs. MaiiSuddenly Lucie had shrunk away Mine money out of It I'll lard, holding her off and examining her leasing at a good figure him. "Who who are you?" she company Into from high color witli obvious suspicion. witli a gasp that was almost und drilling there." "Thank you, ma'am," and Lucie made breathed, "Who are you. monsieur?" "You think there's oil on the land?" courtesy. "Do you like little of fear. a mock "No." lie made n swift, energetic "A humble brother of minor orders," Columbine?" and he bowed. "Shall I not continue gesture of dissent. "To be fnink, I "Very much. Here's Aunt Sally; don't. Hut I'd like to throw n hit of with my reading? The third, mademoitake Miss Lucie's cloak, Sally." In 1922 we led the world in sales of high grade selle. Is one of hope; It Is typified hy a luck your way, Lucie. That fellow An old colored servant bobbed her closed cars, chiefly because of our Sedan. small man who Is dressed all In Gramont the prince, you know him head In greeting to Lucie, who rehe's nn engineer nnd n geologist, moved her cloak. As she did so, she gray" Lucie turned away from htm quickly. and he's In the swim." This new 1923 Sedan is completely eclipsing its saw that Mrs. Maillard's eyes were "I think that you have made some In utter amazement upon her predecessor because of still greater beauty and fastened said. Her grave error, monsieur," she throat. Next week the Midnight added equipment. was cold, charged witli dismissal "Isn't It pretty, auntie?" she asked, voiceoffended dignity. "I pray you, exMasquer. and smilingly. The body is by Fisher, finely finished in black "My goodness gracious!" The stern cuse roe." ITO HU CONTINUED.) Not waiting any response, she has- with gold striping, comfortably and artistically eyes hardened. "Where where on upholstered, and has dome earth did you obtain such n thing? and rXiOC?OOOOOOOOCOOGOCOOOCCCOOOOC Why why " window curtain. This wonderful, Columbine's features llinched. She r, family car is offered at a price that defies was a poor relation, of course, so the all competition. The new model includes streamwoman's eyes and the look In the older Implication of the words formed little headlights, line design, high hood, drum-typ- e Come to Think of It, Uncle Zeke Was "Got n whole lot to do, honey," Aunt less than an Insult. Up Against Something dash light, windshield wiper, plate-glas- s windows Mary said, gathering up her basket. Quietly she put one hnnd to her of a Problem. "Yo' see, dent Ideas he's got was dat operated by Ternstedt regulators, and cord tires. throat and removed the collar, dropping It Into the hand of Mrs. Maiilard. Buy no car until you see it. In n Georgia town dwells an old ne- It wasn't healthy to wuck after meals; It was a thin? to make nny woman's gro, who Is supported by his wife. an' he ain't been nble to figger out no eyes widen a collar of exquisitely Uncle Zeke spend' most of his time way to 'coniplish dnt, not jit, 'less Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan wrought gold studded with ten great fishing in the brickyard pond ; not that he gives up eatin' an' course he can't blazing star sapphires. Ileside It the he expects to catch any tisli, but "Jest do dat." $510 SUPERIOR Two Passenger Roadster - - - - -diamonds that bejeweled Mrs. to have some harmless umusemeut, 525 SUPERIOR Five Passenger Touring - - - - -Traits. ample front looked cold and chile." Aunt Mare takes In washing. - - - - -60 SUPERIOR Five Passenger Sedan You cannot rightly Judge popJe bj One day one of Aunt Mary's patrons lifeless. .680 SUPERIOR Two Passenger Utility Coupe - - -what others say about them, but Jtiu "That?" queried Lucie, Innocently, broached the subject to her, and sug- - - -850 SUPERIOR Four Passenger Scdancttc producing n scrap of chamois and dab- gested that she should not encourage can by what they say ahout others. 510 SUPERIOR Light Delivery bing at her nose. "Oh, that's very In- her husband's laziness by supporting Huston Transcript. e teresting! It was made for Queen him in Idleness, but Aunt Mary proNo, We Wouldn't Look. so was this scarf that keeps my tested. Compares With "Did you ever see a salad dressing?" ragged hair from lopping out! Thev "'Deed, honey, mall ole man ain't lazy," she declared. "It's Jest them Inquires a waggish correspondent. were n present only this morning." "Girl!" Tlie lady's voice wr.s harsh. scientific notions lie got when he was Hoston Transcript. at de college." From whom, if you "A present? l'erhaps the easiest way to have s "Hut what hint- - scientific notions please?" good time is to go ahead and have It "Oh, I promised not to tell; he's a got to do with his not working?" mi QMS b9 Irwin Ike ijUBedford-Jone- lTjaM pl?S? IiSMbP Mmi m I 3 Ala bas tine Instead ofKalsomine orWall Paper Jio-lu- muui--wl.a- t roltt-rte- s great-mind- ed M.ill-Iir- l. r ,lri--se,- Heeni-Inid- y WL.DOUGLAS $5$67& SHOES t, t, is" - t fs K tum-ote- -- 22. s, - I y '1 -- $860 4 hard-lippe- 1923 SUPERIOR Chevrolet Sedan light rear COULD NOT QUITE "FIGGER IT OUT" all-yea- Mall-lard- 's Tell-Tal- e Ilor-tens- Nothing The Modern Naturalist One of the most hopeful developments of our time Is tlie change that has come over the name of naturalist, rite word was often used to describe ft man who was interested In stuffed birds; the collector who gave the fullest play to Ids most selfish Instincts, and was chiefly concerned to have In his possession something that nobody else had. We now understand by the term a man whose weapon Is "There's dim --- a Reason" "w Grape'Nuts THE BOPY BUILDER Mode by Potum Cereil Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mien. i not the gun, but the camern, who aoes not want to have a dead bird on hi? mantelpiece, hut to wntch a live bird In the tree; whose Interest Is not in specimens hut In free and beautiful and happy life of a living creature. Manchester Guardian. Human Eye's Many Expressions. All comprehend and acknowledge the power that speaks In the flaming eye, that Inspires terror In the gull . and fresh courage In the virtuous; . the commanding eye that compels awe . .J& mm ii nnd prompt obedience; In the "look that speaks volumes" when the tongue falls to express the thoughts and emotions. As a natural organ of language, the eye may express all the nobler emotions of tie mind; so, also, may It be made the servant of baser uses. 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Owingsvilie, v 7. f . -. .1 Ii.-- Kentucky. . .1 OLYMPIA o Ballard and wife left Tuesday lor Middletown, to make their future home. MrGIothin, wife and two children were the plot,; of relative here Iat week. Georpc IVrjrrcin, Collins GrigRs ami Stanley ,lacksn. of Middletown, home folks. nrc Miss Christine fln'wrs is visiting in Mt. Storing. Kllie lvncnid visited her aunt in Salt Lic k la- -t week. Charlie Hlevin and family, of hi- - brother IYjkt Salt l.iek IJIevnij. and family Sunday. l'n were Kuliy iind VrRJI'"e Tones taken to Mt. Sterling Monday where they were operated on having their tcnil, and adenoid removed. AN Woodson, little son of John Cosli-pa- n and wife, had his tonsils and Sldcnoids removed at the same time. Ml an; retting along nicely. 'Irvin Moore, wife and little daugh ter, of Ashlaud, came Sunday to visit hi parents, W. M. Moore and v if e. I'he pie supper given ly the Iridic- of the Christian Church Saturday tiigfct wa a success. The proceed amiHinted to $15, which will he used for the benefit of the church. Mis- - Ellen Spenre wa- - shopping in Salt Lifk Saturday. Ood grant that the church here will he as a city set on a hill, that cannot he hid, and let their light so slime before the world that they may see their good works and glorify their Father which is in Heaven. Kobert Young and family and Geo. Young, of Morehcad, visited Clyde Young and family Sunday. Mrs. Herman l'ergrem and children visited her sister in law, Mrs. Kussell Highley at Mt. Sterling last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Derrilt Swartz was in Mt. Sterling la- -t Wednesday. Jessie Brown, of Morehead, is visiting his briber, James Brown here for a few days. Curry pinter and wife have taken tooojjyifh Mrs. Martha MeGIothin. Master Harold Swartz was in Mt. Sterling one day last week ou lnisi. Kti-frcvi.-iticd - . d .vrl V nebs. and fa her. Tlii.. en Who Pays the Cost of Advertising? W. W. Keeve anil James Snedegar lo.xal CHANGE OF LIFE g from niinlcni tire eomiimtiity extends their deep I.liniin.ilc Adxi are thought to be better of lexer. and co- -t xvimld be Mrs. I.es Harden who recently el sympathy to the wife and onlx Florida Lady Was ireri liaiiili-in- g in a Miserable irohiliitixe! Take clothing for e an operation at a LeMiigloii -- on, .Icff. Condition, But Says She Found brought to her ample: (Quantity pioilllctiim enable-th- e hospital has been Cardui Helpful, and SLATE VALLEY - convalescent. manufacture- - to keep doxvn prohome here and Got Well. Mi Lucille Horseman cnlcrhiitu By a campaign of duction co-l- -. Mrs. Tom Sylor, of Charle-to- i, xvilh a iiarlv Saturdax night. Tim- ailxerli-in- g he get- - xxide distribution has been a guest of her mother t Alll n. F1.1. In cxnhinine hnxv she xx ere pre-cMi e- - Nain-xami production liis good- - ineiea-c- il paM xxeck. Citiliti so helpful durinc change of of Wilt- - Kllni Conxcr- -, lairt' Manlex. Ida found of Mr. Stone Templemaii. lilla At. Bailey, ol Koute 2, this - lower unit co-- t. yle. -. "ace, saiu: Me Belle Bailey and food manufacturer, A bieakfa-- t - ximIiii hu si ter Mi i hosier, "1 became so xveakencd it xvas an effort I Allie Marklaud, Kaymond and Ken- - or me to net nrottnd. I knew what was on an appropriation of one million Will At. In on. iet!i William- -. Andrew Coxle. John llic matter, but tclt like I couldn't eivc dollar- -, -- ell- one hundred and twen-I- x up. mi! Ixan ('mixer.--. Herald and .lew. "I just drafted, and I certainly xvas LOCUST UROVE th'i'e million dollars xvorth of nervous. I was no restless I could not Horseman. Schoi guild one cent in iidxertising for The Wlme Oak Snndax Sit down lonn vet so xvMk I couldn't .Mr- -. Dura Crouch and I.iifflle cet about. It is a most miserable and than li'.illx Saturdax Oil. 11. xva- - well ? I.J.'I, or le allended and enjoxod by all present. Horseman visiled M, and Mr--, and ou, of ol a cut on each package. '.nlhram at Salt Lick from Sunday heart. Stop the advertising and xvhat Mrs. B.ive Hawkins i poorly. "' bCRan to feel, after awhile, there xvas happen-tiiii '"tirsil.ix. ,no uset0 try Q (,ct ncI This is a famliy xvcre .' Walter Crouch and l wrong, for it makes a person worse. Mr. and Mr- -. John Travlor it Suppose all advertising stopped gue-t- s of his ..ister, Mrs. Dee Horse had heard of Cardui, and thought it I "' Siui.lax. j miRMt strengthen me A neighbor had xvc would be back in preCivil War-daman and family on Hal Creek last relative, at Mt. I'lea-aJSCd it Willi good results. Mr. nu.l Mrs. Clarence llor-em10 million people -- t nigwiht Saturday and Sunday. "I took one bottle (of Cardui), then I .. d Mr. and Mr- -, .lame- - Hor-- e ' saxv I xvasn'l fo nervous, so kept it tip. gling for Mrs. John Kiddle- - and daughter, xi-the Branch Sund.ix.1,I "Gradually cat nervousness left me. No adxertising no Kllie. Albert Well- -, of lSurhridgc man o and sleep beller. Was bcRan to soon well, and all riR'.it. Cnrdui did 110 magaine-- ! Futhiukable. Coxle and xvife. Harper, Branch, Ira for me, ana I certainly do ' wonders pFPiFn OAK Advcrfi.-in-g costs are absorbed in xvcre all guests of Mrs. Henrietta recommend it." Mt"- -. Haley, of Covington, Thousands ol other xvomcn have writ- - greater production. .imc There is no Goodpa-te- r near Forge Hill Sunday. of the beneficial resulls oblaiti-l.i- sl Tlmi-sili.1 I .l.l.. lo spurn a week with Icn, to tell Cardui, and to recommend "advertising co-t- ." The Advertis- Illllliip illiil ll.liiiui . ien.eiioy,aki,, ing Club of St. Loiii- -. Mis- - li'o-- e. Mr--. W. T. Anderson andu her cousin Mr.- -. X. 1. enl and tarn - .it to others. G Try it. Sold everywhere. , i it: i n i.. nv.i. ... mimic, nci' jv iiaugiiicr airs, nailer Mr. and Mr- -. John Marshall after Five Tratjcilics gue-- tof Mr. anil Mrs. Hughes Station a- - related bv the of a lexv days xi-- it xxilli tlieir niece ' Kentucky, A man t. S:iL'e V:illex" Tliiii-.d.ia match lo see if i1 and a- - tradition ha- - it. M.- ...,.l l.i itiilf I,.... l'..l.l n Morgan Hawkins and family. the tank to his auto XXllO.M' life " :k -- pared bx an Indian 't. It Odessa, xvcre gue-.t- of !)ax-- Haw-ki- returned to their home at Daxton, (. chief xvlien many xvoinen and chilwere oxer Snndax alter elas.-.c.- A man patted a (range bull dog and family Saturday uiht and were killed at a point known as dren the Sunday S"hool had an outing. Murder Sunday. Braiioh, becau-- e they xvero on the head to see if the critter xxas wuod-takiehe-lnA cimwiI of young folk from White Thex all went to the unable to travel further. Mi-- s El- alfcctioiiate. It xvasti'l. their lunch wit them whieh A man speeded up to see if lie Oak went to Carringloii.-- Kock lington al'terxvard married the Indian The they spread under the lice.- -. could beat the train to the crossing. Sunday. chief and bore Iimii two -- ons. Al'te-- a much He couldn't. Saturday night, Sunday and Sun- children eiijoxed il time she the liii!ians an.! A man touched a trolly wire day and nighl are 15ro. HallV regular though they found very fexv ehesl- - Ihroiigh to liaril-hip-- 4 she -- co .ippointmcnis at White Uak church. Iilll- -. if il xxa- - charged. It xvas. ,her Kentucky made her way back to Mr- -. Nannie Kellar and children, A man cut out his advertising to Mrs. Zula Whitton - poorly xvitb home, where she remained but a fexv -her parents. month- -, of .ML Sterling, ce if he could save money, lie her mother love iinhiein." d;dll't. Hernial! l'lura and family, of near Mr. and Mr--. X. 1'. 1,'eid Saturday to again seek her home xxilh her Okla xx ere guests of Kd Anderson night and Sunday. children and the savage- -. , Conijrcsmai : Fields in District .. i ii and family Saturday. i'i l jie l r.limgioil- - v.eri1 ;iccinni,iiiift rnpnr tiit 1 Congressman Fields was at .ML Kliner Highley attended court at bx Sam William- - of Bourbon eoiuitx", r.verett Barber and xvile. of Kin- Sterling Monday (court day) meetMt. Sterling Monday. ..I... i....i lniiwn .. it...... ... i..ir..t.. iii iitiii ....I. iiitiii in fiiiitii. go's Mill -- pent Saturday and Sun lay ing hi- Sexeral from here attended the Mr. Field- - is xx it h (I. ". Barber and family. ' the Democratic nominee funeral of 1. It. Darnell in Owing lo succeed Cyntliinnn First; Mt. Sterling Second Mr. ami Mrs. .Kphraim Thump-o- n villc la- -t week. of! himself. Congie man FieldPresident Thouia- - M. the Mr. Bryan Gudgell and little son icturniil home from Xew Catle Ind., the Blue (!ra League has i ued a of the Ninth -- t Thur-da- y. Thex xxere aeconipau-ic- d for many years ami has Omar I). Were guest- - of her parents home by C. L. Jotics and wifj .statement -- lioxviug that the linal -- erx'cd Wm. Young on East Fork la- -t xveck. his constituency xxell. Each of Cxnthiana wa.-- ..r)!ll and' for a texv ilax.--. jear his service become.- - more The. U hittin;;ln!i and Mis- - Artie Ml. Sterling second with ..r!M. OKLA ' .lame. uable. In the exent of his election linal standing also show- - that .Mt. j at Mrs. Fari- - Crain, of Concord, vis- Kincaid were married Sunday and the comini; election he xxill be Sterling ha 1 only played If!) games. iled her parents; Mr. and Mrs. are now spending a few day- - xvith 1' I'ninuau of the Committee on ?i . rarij, and ( vntluana plaved itary relation- -. I Thomas Denton and family Satur- the former's sister, Mrs. Knunelt , here is no doubt 12 each, lxvo ol the.-- e games xvere,. Slailex. day night and Sunday. but that he will poll a full vote. game- - between Jit. SterThomas Sorrell and James Brom-age- n ling and Maysville. Providing I'otls Visit Old Home After Many Years. xvere in Mt. Sterling Saturday. Lost, Strayed or Stolen, lirst for Ml. Sterling - con("has. C. El h F. Ellington, Willie Vice and xvife, of Moore-liel- d lied heifer, xveight about 8(10 sidered an eligible player it would isilcd Jnnies Crain and family lington, Henry Ellington, sou of Jo- -. pounds "ml has a cropped car. ReF. Ellington and John Bryan, -- on in j seem that .Mt. Sterling has a right recently ward .fTi.no. eous kick at the decision of the pres- Walter Denton his sister, laxv of Jo- -. Ellington, of Hutfaln, III., J. D. & S. R. GREEXAVADE, ident of the league. Jlrs. Faris Crain, of Concord Friday arrived here Thursday enroute to Mt. Sterling Ky. the old home of the Ellington's 011 night. A large bam belonging to W. M. complete -- lock of heating stoves Claude Atchison and xvife, xvho Beaver creek, Menifee County xvhicji .,ind they left lor the then far WW, (0 ;iene1( f near North Middteiown,' ,..,, h))(K sho,olS all have been visiting Mrs. xcars ago. Thex found their old was .lestroycd by lire last week. Ten .b(ovc at;(.e,sor;C(.. returned to their home at hor-- eand four mule home in xvhieh the Ellington familv line E. L. & A. T BYROX. Mt. Sterling Saturday. 1 implements and a .pmntity " xvere all horn and in which mo- -t of them ODESSA reared, still standing. of fci'd xvere also deslrojyd ,in thcA - estimated at .flo,- building is near the site of the lire. The lo Elee Metcalfe and xvife xvere an This bed-id- e old Price Mill and is Wedding Gifts Called Toll. years old. 000, practically coxercd by iusur the of the former's brother, a nee. The custom of giving presents to James Sncdcgar at Moore.s Ferry. The Ellingtons found one first cousid I ili-innt ah-Corxi-nt an ih on Better, Stronger Citizenry Emerging Out of Work in United States. Now GIVE THIS OUTLOOK A TRIAL ORDIiK FOR it 1 , I ng dc.-crt- cd inile-ciibal- ile I ed au one-tent- h y- 1 exi-tcii- Amerlran Red Cros? as nn of better lieatlli lias looked lis problem square in the face. How It :icectr(l the tnsU rexealeil to It In tin: nation's physical condition ns broimlit out during the World War, anil conscientiously applied its activities to correction forms a vlxlil chapter In the forthcoiiilnx annual report. Historically and practically, nursing is a basic work for the lied Cross. In Its public health nurslm; service, in Instruction ill home hygiene and care of the sick, nutrition classes, first aid mid life s.ivlmr courses and health centers, the American Iltil Cross is cITectiially the lessons learned during the xvar and making for a healthier, stronger and better notir-bhe-il citizenry. The tak of the Km Cr..ss Public Health nurse In the 1.10 nursing now operating throughout the country Instnn-tlntheir communities In health essentials and disease serx--Ices Tlie PR Letter Heads, NT m i A SUCH AS J V Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements JL VOLXO, UUgX.1 JJ&V PRICES RIGHT m N dotimnstratinr the possibili- .tl. 1 v 1 NC-14- U And-er-i- ni X' l:i-- -- ga-oli- n xva-n- -- 1 g xi-r- vi.-il- cd . t-. ha-be- en Ku-sc- ll, lepre-entali- 1i-tri- ct ties of human betterment and the great benefits of enlightenment. During the last year."!" nexv public health nursing services established by Ked Cross Chapters, and several huuilrcil servlres so conxlnclngly printed their effcUlvcniss that they xvere taken oxer liy public authorities. In order to promote this xvoik ("Smhni allotted to provide women to prepare themselves for public nursing. The home visits made by the l.ll) ntir.-e- s aggregated nearly lWKi.imi, visits to sehoois nuinliered 1 10.x Mt. and in sis months I,'J."o.mhi school children were inspected by these nurses and where defects were found adxiscd examination by physician. In rural communities tills service lias made a xery marked adx.mce and has xvon thousands of converts to approved methods of disease prexentlon. In home hygiene mid care of the sic!. Instruction, xvhieh fits the student In methods of proper care xvhere illness Is not so serious as to require professional service, the Ked Cross conduct ed .'!..Ss,l classes during the last jear, enrolled Instructors. !::.-- IS stu dents and issued IIM"; certil"n a!:t. On .Itine "o, ijktj, nutrition service embraced 1.1!1) classes, xvilh a total of UT.rc:! children ami ." enrolled dlctl- Kevelity-cigh- t tians. food selection classes graduated ":!.' xxlio rccelxeil In g- nerai Ked Cross cerlillcates. beattli activities Ked '"ross Chapter. malnlidncd ".7" health center., serxlng :is many coninomitics, provided :!S.7."il health lectures for large audit nces xvhlle clinics numbered oxer s ! -,- HE Is I ffTsr UU1 iUUIk l ATTTHT v $1.50 PliR Yf:AR IN ADVANCE. he only paper published in IJath con nlv, jukI an advert iscincnt in it al- ways brings results. -- ttXO Whioh Daily Paper? A Question that is Quickly and readily answered. mi, liiB uuuner-uuimr- ri ai t 1 LAKUKST MORNING CliiCULATION OF ANY KENTUCKY NEWSPAPER Enjoys a nation-wid- e iirestise and reputation. It is essentially a paper intent upon jjiviii"; 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 11)22, the Courier-Journa- l is the paper you will need. ly special arragements we are now able to offer 10,000. Red Cross Gains Strength in All Foreign Fields of the Cnlted the Ameri can I!(-- .l Cross scored lieaxx- - gains .(.Tur in;: the last year, passing tin pre-vlmis membership high mark of lDlgj by 'it and ailxamiag the figure to leilos. The riiilijitiiSes take the lead. gain;ng nearly liiol per cent. non4 having 1I.V.UT mcmliers. In Kuropc the lHJl Itoll Call enrolled ll,l-.- " the Constantinople Chapter re-- . porting liiVi. a gain of IS5 members. I China xvas 1,7S"J members, a gain nl KM; the little Virgin islands have 1.000, xvhlle the Mminican Itepiiblic Its previous xvlih "J,.rJ7 advar.ceil high mark by 1,1- -! nexv members. Haiti, organized In ltrjo, now lia j nearly 1.000 enrolled. Mexico reportt Is")!, a gain of ;!"J7 In one The American ISed Cross ha spread ilsl niembei.ship over some 70 for.-ig- t lands and its Junior membership out side of the United States is close tc In Insular The Daily Courier-Journ- al Jo-ep- Outlook and OwingsviHe , States and In foreign binds 1 b-- Atehi-on-paren- ts, Both one year by mail for only $5.50. This ofTer applie to renewals as well as to new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky. Tennessee or Indiana. New subscritions may. if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening paper you may substitute the Louisville Evei!ng Times for tho Courier-Journa- l. Send your subscriptions to the Owingsvilie Outlook oHicW. ! V ith 1 j j E, L. & A. T. BY RON - f) 1 SALT LICK James Maze, of PolksxiUe, died nfter a few days of illness. Among those who will attend the of 20th session of grand chapt Kentucky, Ol E. S. at Louisxille on Oct. 24, 25 and 2G, xye note Mrs., Flora Craig, Mrs. Mary E. Gullctt, Mrs. Kannie Wills and Mrs. Etta Jackson, all of the Salt Lick Chap-4c- r No. 200, O. E. S. Rev. Wardriff, the nexv 1. E-- minister preached to a large congregation Sunday morning und night. His family will arrix-- this week and they will occupy the parsonage, Ilowe having moved to the dwelling he bought. James Shrout is uite ill. Mrs. Elx-- Spencer is some better of her illness. c Kex-crena j bridesmaids originated in a foim of They took Mr. Snedegar's baby home in and a good manv distant relatives toll. T.ie bride's girl friends xvent so! Coyle street is being graveled and through the form of lirevenlins ll.o xvhieh they hud been keeping for in the community xvhieh they left innilesroom and His friends from talc- l Jong ago. These Ellington- - are rcl- - rolled. .Many improvements havs IM.. I. days. !, 1. ....... ilining', it uiet'K name r U'fen made on this street 111 the past CI1MU,(1 limn I,.,l.tv Mrs. W. W. Riddle, Mr.- -. Turner ativcs of Miss Clann.la Ellington th(1 )t)ipf oadl captured by the Indians, 'l'w .vw,rs nd it 's now one of the; xvith sweetmeats, ami this xvas finally Anderson spent Thursday with their xvho ? bridegroom r settled liy the the cirK niiiUin juesbrother and son Hughes Anderson. along xvith many others at Morgan'- - prettiest streets 111 town. cuts to nil of Mr. and Airs. Kirby Bradley spent Sunday xvith Mr. and Mrs. John Sncdcgar at Wyoming. A number of relatives and friends attended the funeral of Mr. I. R. Of sold 5.1,000,000 Darnell in Oxving-vil-le Friday. Mr. of BURLEY TOBACCO ONE SALE ONE CONCERN Darnell lxini and reared in this community and liked by every one. He xvas for a great many THIS SALE practically cleaned up the 1!21 crop and at very sati factory pi ices. We are, therefore, in years correspondent to the Outlook sex-era- WINCHESTER STOKE Owingsvilie. Ky. w rN' S mi . ir. Let. Us Hand You ! ! 700,000. ' I A fif 1 I his JSag 01 Money ARE YOU A MEMBER Red Cross Water ill I First Aid Makes Life-Saving V' ' Savins: in Fuel You Can Make vvitn Golcs ict the Great Farmers' Organization that has just in and to pounds Gain for the Odessa items and a good one. He xvas a son of Elliott Darnell and wife, both deceased, a very strong position for handling the together thi- - l!t2 crop and our success absolutely assured. and 5.r),0ll(l (iKOYVEHS past season and sax oil the day for all of you. CONDI- was the youngest child out of .1 70,0M CiWOWEKS are noxv banded together in the determination to bring about 15ETTEK LIVING large family. He xvas a faithful and TION'S for their families, and they make this FINAL APPEAL TO To sign up before November d and lend their strength to Ibis ire at cause. You too, floors s tan have beautiful improres the appearance of the entire room and it takes so little work to keep well painted floors in splendid condition. ,VE WANT EVEIfY TOBACCO C.KOWEK IN THE ASSOCIATION. Our interests are identical. We seek to market tobacco in such a xvay that Y01I will get tho prolils, instead of dividing it xvith the speculators, pinhookers and loose leaf warehousemen. STANDING ALONE YOU CAN DO NOTHING. UNITED, the banks of the Hurley district your merchants and the United xx'ill back you as they have backed lis in the past year. k More than o". Chapters engaged Ir life saving or water tlrst aid last yeai xvith the result that the American Jtis. Cross Life Saving Corps has set a nexx high mark for enrollment and the number of qualified life saxers d veloped. The intleence o "learn U sxxim xxeek" In many localities is re ducing the xvater fatalities through In Mructlon and the xvlder dissemlnatior of resuscitation methods ilemonstr.itei Kk by the Ued Cross representatives. eel lent xvork has been done In teaehitn. a large part of the American popula In tlu tion how to take care of (Jroxvlng appreciation for this Serx'lce is Cross Ked shoxxn by the compulsory Iiistruclior adopted In many cities for members ol tile police and lire departments in Hit prone pressure method of resusi Ita tion. -f I.ife-Savln- g a sixinir c( tnc CirrJ H tnarer 1. V,VifKinnlf . ut.h s .itcoiU an i lourrdralt aiovuct tta ssai XVo cuarocltc Cole's Hot DtaH t us. less hjri a r::'i tiucc than asT buu Lurritr co.il fcr with Mm- - iL-- u:e rot the roam:-- can I- - h3tii f'aa J. Wo itc tucl yut a IZ:e cc to r xa hours tzzk uurmcc ; tf fsr.-- . store the 1. XVo cuiranits- - thai Ihc store will he'd fire with rait ro3l or turd coal frca Satardar cxtain; la Mca-C:- r in'mnc- heat lar aC sWIit with a. XV's saarxaier a yi!t Mil. avi coil crlisnit?. u We irjaranifi! . X ttove ta reaaia absoletslr ax Irb? asu-7 XV o :uaraai.-- tbc IreJ dasr to be rrcakc ud dast praoi 8 Wa euxraatec lh 0rI: to prereat ptririT. rilh ;ne accorcn; to dircctkea. thit the iota t. J sad coDaccicd up witii a sood Cuo it cr7 J) Cot Snows No. Cole's &Tigmz3 ilo Dissi Nit61j"""rrT U XU -- jiai.i -ujjL-iiiiiiJsi.xjrui s - - 3OMiiiit - i.uan - ji n. .m jJ jlj kfll L3 1 Advising a 7ritcr. of kiiouln-I have im you are patient in tlie purxiit of xxlii-tho- I lhi-- ( j dls-t'il:i- States government, itself, Red Cross Roll Call being circulated by those xvho ,e-11EWAKE OK FALSE PROPAGANDA lo continue living off your work, as they have lived in past years. Didn't they tell you that our holdings could not be sold' Their other The floor you paint tonight will be ready for Wand hard utage and give longed wear without crack- Vie in the morning, with a beautiful aurface (hat will statements are just as far from the truth. HE.SULTS ARE WHAT COUNT, ing or peeling. Heeli wilt not mat and water will not diacolor ree Ceo Floor Faint. iU and the accomplishments of this organization during its first year ol II operation should convince the most sceptical that MARKETING IS THE SOLUTION OF THE TOBACCO GROWERS' PROBLEM. Therefore, x'e beautiful auM ia ctcra IW will bmnin wka tlw color edrnna el asr room in b kooM. jjk for Frtt Paint Booh ftmJ Color Cards crurluta Pexilee-GiBlbc- V Oa Fleer P!st't RESPECTFULLY INVITE YOU TO SIGN A contract and become a member, xvith all the rights and of our present membership. this ollice for a contract at once, or secure one from your neighbors. prix-ilegc- s Writ" rt Co., Iae Louiavnir. ky. Musafctams DON'T WAIT TO BE SOLICITED, For e may not hax-- e au opportunity to visit every grower in the short time from noxv until November 0. BETTER TIMES HAVE COME WUN'T YOU HELP TO CONTINUE THEM? Burley Tobacco Growers' I & A. 1 .I Co-opera- tive Asso'n Lexington, '..:!: j M ( N . 620 South Broadxvay, OwingsvilU (INCORPORATED) to think that am jolt are not, ami that you do not enough. When one is jours'-limpelled to xvrlte thi or that, one has still to consider: "lloxv milch of this xxill till for xx lint I mean? Tlie Annual Hull ':ill f t!ie Ameri-cof It Is my oxxn x.lld emoib'ii ami llcil Cross for registration of tlie eiiergy--Innniuili reon siiperlliioiis iiioiiibi-rshlfor l'.rj:: xvill bt'lmiing to this Armistlre Ony, NoxiMiiIicr 11, :iml mains i ilia; is truly Ii5e:il cloe on Tli:inksix Ins lay. Xovomlirt Ideal tiaiaeter and tlies. laborious es?' h is tii this for this SO. Tlif Krmmil 5lrug-;lto make tins ilisiiiniioli. and task of nscnrolllns tlu throughout the lias luvn In ileterinli'.ntl. i. to try It. that tin? road to the cor.wtloii of faults lies. laid In a llan for the first anil eomiirenensixe systeiii of registra- IVrliap I may remark. In support of tion of the Keel Cross memlier!ilii In the shirerity with xxlileli I xvrite tliK all Its :".".0i) active I'hapters at home that I am an luiimtUut rtid Imt.'ilsive person in) self, but tlmt It has been ami ahruail. for many years the constant effort of An important feature of the Koll Call eanipaign xvill he my life to practice at my dvsk xvhat the I preach to you. I!cken-- . a unixersal effort to Ke.l Cross xvor!;ers In of the peace program by their particiWhat Elephants Eat. pation In tlie itoll Call. In tills An elephant. In his native land, bus: the vast army of volunteers xvill nn.-- a hard Job to Hnd what In likes to eat. of the Contrary more alliliate xvith the to tlie general belief, lie xvill l!uil Cross in Its manifold phases. Co- not eat anything; Jut ie selects care-ful- l) operation also lias been assured li the t of roots, herbs, fruits and private maritime invpTetnbb?J. When In capKoll Call that and various terests in a deep-sesame kiml of to reach e.ery tuetnliei tivity, he eat? about the 5s designed :i few potential member in every part ol fodder, with bread, exceptions. Includor ing pastry, nuts (rltlt-tlthe xxorhl xxho may be en voyage or r"s) and some oilier ginMlI wliirti temporarily in ar.y tmrt. it Thou, inds of Chapters will adopt may be oTered t h'ni. they xxill meat the home eanvass plan of enrollment no kind of puro groxxn food or clean which originated In I'ittsburgh. xvhere only eat last year it resulted In a membership bread or imstry. increase of T0 per cent. AU reeonli When Sugar Was k Novelty, In llils year's campaign xvill be ri'iring the Middle ages, xvlien sugar cn standard size cards to bo filed bj wns first used In England. It xvas each Chapter for future use. but I art; Heard World Around; f lion-mur- h v ns "Indian salt. a rare ami substance onlj for nuiHeal 'use or for the very rich. In the ettrly colnnlnl days sugar n great luxury, and became a staple article of food only xvith the gnmtli of thv custom of drinking ten ami ofTee. An Amerb-aof ITTui inntafHs o an "artlsC xxho tin adxertlsement !. experienced lu the "mystery" of running AUgar. knoxvn precious s int'ui-lirrshl- rouiiil-the-xvorl- erx--ie- e xvar-tlm- e y Txvain'3 Story Came Late. Twain story reivrdeil by Clttittnccy Lepexv in bis "Jlemwriua of Eighty Years" rtlatos an imWeHt lit a dinner imrty at Homburg. Tiwre xvas a dead silence xvhejwver tlwre xxas the slightest sign tlwt the great humorist xx us goini; to make a rciwurk, iIisiip)olMliiu'Wt but to tlte he ilftl not comiHit himself. Tlie evening the saiue was iiculn ass.inliliil and at last Mrk tohl a stiry. There xvas a grout over the fact laughter, the fiw tlmt Iepe- - had ttM the SNme tory to the Mime coniiKiHy the Riyht before. A Murk c.iiy N-s- a what-o,-xe- r: i kf-p- t Canadian French. a difference lmtxvecn Iarl-sla- n ami Canadian French. eo4lr xvheH It is hxv mny jears lmve gone by since CmihmJu received any ImiHlgr.itkm froBi FraH;x ISHt It xximiW iHit Ik- - exactly to say that the I'reiK-sp?H hi Camilla is faulty ami incon-vet- . The Kngllsh vf two htUHireil years asJ would souml very curious In ears. Th taught In schoota aud colleges Is as near to that used In France as possible. There Is reHu-mhere- crrt Fn-iu-- or