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Owingsville outlook: November 23, 1922 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 owi1922112301_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: November 23, 1922 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , , ,,rr r THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1922. 5- - - 1 OWINGSVILLE 01 VOLUME X.LIV OQK ir- . - . j OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, 'Bath County Has Good Crop. Deputy County Clerk, ("has. Biis- George Kerr has gone to Shelby iln, who has been taking the ceiisu county for a -- lay of secral week- -. if the number of acre- - of tobacco Mrs. C. I'. Martin and daughter; being rai-e- d this ear bv members .Mi Michn, were in Lexington la- -t of the Barley Association report Saturday. that there are !,."IMI acres being rai-c- d bv those who signed contract! Kich Mi Kl.itli Buchanan, last ear. and that tbo-- c who singe! I'd tumid, visited MisN Lucille Vice PERSONAL j NUMBER 19. e you tiiid Ladies Cloaks and Sweaters, at flilinnreV, Odessa. Cincinnati l'o- -t ( I:il ) ami Outlook one voar $5.00. If its Huur, xliipMuir Im- want, (lilmoro or alt you - it. Odessa, Ky. Don't forget the dcinnitr.itim of the week end. Kentucky Cluli Home Mailt Salail Mr. and Mr- -. A. I". Krn.lhv. . rDreing at K. C. Hymn's store. Okla. -- pent the week end with M ami Mr--. A. C. Hendrix. i, Outing, light ami ilark JSf. Mis- - Ida Belle Brother, of Mt & CO. Sterling is visiting her aunt, Mrs Marv Brother in Chicago. ' r Suits, Top Coats Odd CoaK Mr- -. Edgar Denton will go t . Tants ami Overall-- ; ee Jt Hazard to -- pend Thank-givin- g wit' filLMOKKV, Odexn. her aunt. Dr. Adaline Bell. !! p:i(-Un- LACY-COON- S There are altout ix vacant dwelling luue- - in town at Hie present time. ittle Adrian Razor, of burg, spent the past two weeks with his rramiiiitlicr. Mr--. Jennie Myers, Shar- p- the contracts thi- - year will probably run the amount up to .1,111111 acre- -. If the average runs SOU pounds to the acre the total will be about l. 0110.0(10 pound- - of tobacco for Bath county. After making tin" report al the records were sent to headhunt' ters and .Mr. Ilntow says that ic does not remember the amount fo each magisterial district but tha Sliarpshurg district would run about l.S.IO acres and Wvoming about llttl J acres. Thiity two Special 2oV. ineli S dre Gingham. & LACY-COON'- Mr--. A. N". Denton, daughter. Miss County Atloniey Dan V. Domett Ruth and -- on. Andrew, have re vi-has I urn enutincd to hi-- - Iioine for turned from a it to rclatixc- - at aris. several davs with illness. Misses Lucille .Mark and Irene seven inch Dress (lingham. Grimes, of Sharp-burMi-- -. SHt-ia- l 13c. Nettie Thomas the latter pail of la- -t g, vi-it- cd LACY-COON'S CO. Nathaniel Marklaml and wife left Sunday for a three week' stay with their son. John Marklaud at I'ari- -. & CO. week. Mrs. T. S. Slimut entertained t Iif bridge club and others of her friends Thursday at the home of her daugh-..- 'i....,i iii. ii;iu.r Did you see that pile of HlanketsJ Outing Flannels ami I CILMOKK'S, inlrrwcar si Odessa, j Jon per cent rash tliseouut on, S. Fieklin pastor of the (tuns and Ammunition for the no ian Church here, left la- -t week for ten days at a stav of scvcjirrdtus with his rel U.L. & A. T. 11YKOX tivc- - at Stanlmry, Mo. who has been at the Oct onr ou coal, lumber, government at Dawson lime and cement Wore buying; Right Spring- - for some time, came Satur prices and prom, delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO day to -- pend a few days with home A prk. Guy licy, Route May Be Changed. ible that the National ami Slate Highway Departments may change that portion of the Midland Trail from. Mt. Sterling to Ewing-lou- . As the road now mils the C. & O. railroad has n be crossed co- -t of constructing twice and the underpasses is protwo bridges hibitive. The 1". S. Government has declined to permit Federal aid on roads containing grade crossings. Therefore it is likcl that the road will be -- witched to the Hinkstoii pike starting at the farm id' A. S. Hart and W. E. Foley and intersect the Owingsville pike ju-- t thi- - side of The -- nrcy shows that ing-ii( wingsville O ilistance between Sr.w Mt. Sterling will be horteucit a iiuarter of a mile should this change be mad It io Tobacco Is Fairly Graded. Director of warehouses, Italph M. Barker says that some grower,, have been laboring under the impression that they would have to bring their tobacco to one of the larger deliv- y points in order to obtain tlu best grading, and therefore, the best price. Unit is a mistaken uleail Air. Darker declared. .vi3 Mine of the primary objects ol the organization of the Burley To ba i Growers' Cooperative Asso ciation." he said, "was to see that every tobacco grower get, the same price for the same iiiality of tobacco end to end the injustice of the old in of selling, by which one crop sidd at .'iOc a pound and toba i of iipial iiiality sold for l.V a pound. Il dncs not make any dill'iTcncc as li. where the grower delivers his tobacco, he will get Hie same grading service, whether he deliver.- - at one of the larger reccixing points or at til smallest receiving point in the district. The graders of the association at these smaller points are li'cn of ju-- t as much ability and of as high character as the graders at the largest point in the district." sy-te- I NEW THEATRE! Hi Winchester Gun for "Dad" for the "Boys" Pair of Skates for Winchester Rifle i V BEG I NING m Hi Hi Friday Night December Istjjj In connection with our usual Friday night program wc S will show in 4N THE DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL' V 1 "Sister" that PleaseMen. Aluminum in staple items and novelties. Pair of Scissors for "Mother" t Hi Hi 31 a Serial Picture featurinjr Art Aconl in the title role. Hi This picture shows a great 'leal of the early history of our rmintv clllll IlltlllV Ul LI1U IllllUtl (Jllill itt:iUI Ul IIIU llilhl. LUllHU mill nvinv tt iho Tinfrwl ftnni"intnreS nf Mi noef Ill- eluding Abraham Lincoln, his assassination by John Wilkes IC H2 Booth, Kobt. E. Lee, his surrender at Appomatox, build- 32 inpr of the Southern Pacific railroad, in which Puiralo Bill 31 took a thrilling part. . J?. t T.. iNuie: viier it... regular program nas ocen run an inter- inu 31 LfJ tcrmission of S minutes will he Riven in order that those Ifi who do not care to sec this picture may leave. Hi No advance in price. Kcjiular admission 10c and 20c 1 1 1 Hi ir!l IF Hi LC LC LC Come see our line of holiday goods, we have somthing jV for every member of the family. Silver and silver plated ware in all of its branchea. Cut jj'ass in great variety, some new splendid items. Qtiieiisware rj m Hi j?j jj3 Lfj j j 1 that will meet the approval of all. A LC Air Rifles, Velocipedes. Sleds, Coaster Wagons, skates, rfi Saft ty Razors, Toilet articles of many kinds. uj L ist but StfiHiHiHiHiHiHiHitfiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHi VVV V Toys for the Children too numerous d to mention, see our department. TOY-Lan- :nt least. ii. lio-pi- tal Commission Fails to Name School Site. n Mrs. Kathcrine Wilson. Katberine Wilson, aged SO years, died Tin day night after u week's i!lms of pneumonia. She wa- - the widow of Abi.jah Wilson, ib era cd. She - -- urvived by daugli-(eis- , Mr.- -. Ann Wyatt, of Moulgom try county, .Mrs. Luther Daniel, oT Ashland, ami .Mrs. J. It. Wells, who made her home with her mother about one and one-hamile south of town. Funeral services were held at the grave in Owingsville cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by Kev. J. E. Wilhoit. Mis. lf f t We Want Your fm You arc cordially invited to visit our line. Store.-an- see our t TURKEYS t have buyers il your call T Wo will v linmo i.wii.v willi llw liicrliftcf niii'l.--IIVU I ItUt " "nil iavy iligllliUl null f Do not sell until you get our juice. 1 Will pay 1 cent more a pound above J & E. L. & A. T. B YRON iii.t t in m Hi Ig member j tub mjucfftsucjrot Owingsville.UKy. Wilftr i f Sale Dont forget the CloMrT Arthur (Doe) Coyle, arrived homo of Goodpaster & Co. Soi n v onder-fu- l last Thursday from the government values in mereliaudi going at at Oteen, N. C. Mr. Coyle sale this after siending a few days at home will .go to New Mexico. Dailey Courier .Tou.nal and OutCharles Gudgell. who has IhmmN look one year $5.50; Daily Lexing working for the Com l'roduct- - Co. ton Herald und OiiH. one year.a at Kansas City?b. for some time, $650. J lias liir position and come ..IUr Thuro , , known ns Moo, home. Charles has bought a pool room at Sharpsburg and will take iii- county author .sated ho-pit- al ed -- t.i' folks. .id rcturne." a this place. His possession at once. trial was ct for Thursday. Cincinnati The Keo bus line, owned by Maze Crump, operating between Jit. Sterling and Flemingsburg, via Ow ingsyillc, commenced Wednesday. & )' at The Frankfort Saturday for the purjxtse of selecting a site for a normal school in eastern Kentucky ended in a. deadlock after eighteen ballot had been taken, there being four voles for l'aintsville and four for Morehcad. Sherman Goodpastcr, of Frankfort; Judge Earl W. SenlT, of Mt. Sterling; Thomas A. Combs, ot e.inglon; and Judge Ed C. O'rear icld out for Morehcad. The Com- mibsiou will meet again next Satur day in Lexington. Couiiiiis-iii- which met Deceased wa- - otic of the county's highly and mo- -t ted citizens and is survived by a ho- -t ot relatives who have the sympathy of the commuiiitv in their lo-- s. oldt- -t re-p- ec V buyer's price delivered at our poultry bouse. w ifi tfi EEKLY STORE NEW Of the Biggest Little Store in the City. s t 4 t I V OWINGSVILLE PRODUCE CO. Leave your order NOW for your Thanksgiving Dinner Neubert's Oysters Celery Head Lettuce r Sec the of Kentucky Club demonstration Home Made Salnd Dressing given by Mrs. Vcach at H. C. Byron's store on Friday, Nov. 24th. Everything goes at our closing out sale. Come and see our stock before going elsewhere. It will mean money to you. GOODl'ASTEK & CO. New cood things to eat. Notice To Hunters Our laims are posted again. huntiMg with dogs or gun. Viola tors re warned that they will be prosecuted. HOSE IIUN IRON CO. At a recent meeting of the Mt. (Daily) and Sterling Chamber of Commerce, ways Owingsville Outlook one year $5.00. and means were discussed for the completion of the road from his -- ale J. A. Power to the Powell county line. Snturdav on account of inclement This road would be of great benelit weather. This sale will be held to Mt. Sterling and Montgomery Salvation Army to have Mail Campaign. sometime in January. county and it would connect them Owing to numerous impostor.- - canwith the rich oil section of Campion The Burlcy Tobacco vassing from house to house in the and Stanton. now has 77,000 signed pledges for same manner as the Salvation Army, the 1022 crop. This is over !I0 per the latter body has tlicided to eon-dnPresbyterian Church Notes. cent of the entire tobacco crop. 'their appeu for funds by mail. Rev. W. A. Hopkins, of Louisville, The letter of appoal will be sent out superintendent of Young People's Mrs. James Myers and sisters, of work of the Prcsbvterinn Church before Thanksgiving and Christmas. Wyoming, are moving into the dwelland Mr. Thomas Tallxitt, of Lexing.Jeff Denton, of Paris has returned ing house owned by Mrs. Nan Daugh-crt- y ton, suK'rintendent of Home Misfrom North Carolina where he had on Main street. sions, will hold a Sunday School been attending the tobacco markets, conference at the Presbyterian and reports the sale- - averaging Mr--. G. B. Gray last week sold !U church Friday afternoon at 2:30 turkeys which brouht her $45S.li. o'clock. A1m evening services at . about .13c a pound, which is 10c a pound more than it brought labt Tlie-- e turkeys were sold to a Flemo'clock p. in. Everylxuly cordially year. ing countv buyer. invited. Times-Sta- r olli-cers JelTcr-sonvillc ivi-lioet Prohibition Officer Makes Raid. Last Saturday night Prohibition otlicer Robert Duff captured Fred Richardson near the depot i:i chcsler with eight pints of nulon .. .. whi-kRichard-.oin an auto. waived examining trial and gave bond for his appearance before the Federal court at Lexington. The officers also took possession of the m large Sludebaker touring car in whilh P Mr. Richardson had the liquor. Before arresting Richardson, the bought a pint of .the moonshine to make sure of the product. ey n 1 FREE DEMONSTRATION id Veaeii, of Lexington, will bo at my store on Monarch Early June Peas Monarch Sweet Corn, Green Lima Beans Asparagus Tips I Pickles Olives Heinz's Sweet Midget Gherkins Monarch Tomato Catsup Heinz's Spiced Lippincott's 1. AY, Home-Mad- e NOVEMBER 24th Ainsley's Fruit Salad Mrs. Schclorer's MayonnaiseMonarch Salad Dressing Strawberries Monarch Sliced'Pine-appl- e Monarch Cling Peaches Libby's Cling Peaches. IMPERIAL ICE CREAM Farm-Hous- m 10:00 a. in. to 3:00 n. in. e KENTUCKY CLUB Salad Dressing tfi 31 Ev cry housewife is cordially invited to attend this demonstration. 11 R. C. BYRON Quality never sacrificed to meet Prices C. BYttON Home of Quality Groceries 4?M George Garner. James C. Stone, President of the Hurley Association, says that most ficorge (Jarner, aged about 15 Wanted: A good, honest man to the ar- -. died of pneumonia, at sill machine- -, collect on account of the 1!)22 crop is likely to be sold 12..14 in winter order and at an early date. home of hi brother, Will Oarncr, ! in Bath county.' miles west of town. He was ill on' LINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Henry L Orme, sou of Oda Onne, a few days. The burial was at Kair-vieO. C Daniclson, Manager, Winches deeea-e- d, and Miss Lottie Crouch, graveyard. He is survived by tcr, Ky. daughter of David Crouch, of near two brothers, William and Sinnctt. Special for Saturday Nov. 25th wn, were married at the home of Mr. (turner has been making his Blanket AH Lap Kohes, Auto ev. R. L. Bailey Saturday. home with his brother, Will since the at Horse HlunketK""1 Leggings death of his wife over a year ago. these if you cost. Don'TaiKii-sc- e here will be an entertainment and FOR SALB: We have several cial at Upper While Oak school need any of them. E. L. & A. T. BYRON'. Thursday Nov. 30, (Thanks used Singer machines on hand which louse giving night). You are cordially in we will sell at cut price.-- . Machine 12..14 from $8 and up. You can save money by buying vited. FIXOKIi SKWIXO MACHIXB CO., jour cloaks and suits, overcoats and 0. C. Daniclson, Manager, WinchesJudge H. H. Prewitt, of Montgom Tliocs from the DENTON MERCAN Ky. Thcj en' countv, was taken to Louisville ter, Ky. TILE CO., at Hillsboro, have the lowest prices for several Monday for an operation for lieniia apK. H. Goodpastcr has been His many friends hope for a speedy years and the largest stock of pointed executor of Miss Des liv3t recovery. ing's will in place of J. L. and (i. C. POSTED Everett Jones, Julius Janet, Fran Kwing who refused to tpialify. John against hunting cis Lewis and Wm. Mason, colored L. Vice, Jesse Hampton und Roger My land is posted vicinity were con- Annuel man have been appointed apwith dogs or gun. Violators are of the Sharp-bur- g warned that they will be dealt with victed of hunting without license last praisers of Mrs. Kwing's estate. 11..30 week and fined $15 and costs, each according to law. Up to Monday noon '230 hunter's CORNELIUS ROBERTS being licenses had been issued by the The large store building erected by T. S. Shrout on Jefferson County Clerk. There were a great I have a complete line ot ar street is ncaring completion. Thi many more than this number issued goods. Shoes, coats, breeches, ove business at this time last year. will be one of the bc- -t belts, oaps, socks, canteci loats, tlings in the town. feed bags, laundry bags, blankets, You are cordially invited to in rxes and many other things. Wonspeet our stock of merchandise. We Ken Attend the demonstration of derful bargains. Come, look them tucky Club Home Made Salad Dress li.no seme wonderful values in dry over. C. W. YOUNG. ing at the store of H. C. Byron on eoods. elc'l.ii', shoes, etc. Let us pFriday,! Nov. 24th. You will learn bliow you CO. G00DPASTEK OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. something worth while. ". V POSTED Our farms are posted against hunting with dogs and gun. ViolaWhat Kentucky need- - is more tors arc warned that they will be conservation of trees with merchant dealt with according law able timber betwixt their top and .IAMKS and JOHX CHAIN. roots and less boasting about family trees which havn't the value of pawI am prepared to examine and lit paw bushes. Courier-Journa- l. your eyes with glasses. Xo charge for examination and glasses must John T. Kimbrough Jr., who is atfit you and satisfy you or no sale. tending college at DaxiiKoti, X. C, ) S. D. THOMPSON, writes his home folks th.it fanners Registered Optometrist. in that neighborhood arc very prosperous. Tobacco is bringing 30c a Notice To Creditors N pound and cotton 'Jlic. Rebecca Kwing, Admr, of Plaintiff, James Kwing, deceased, What Farmers Need. versus What the farmers need, and (he Defendants. fact should be kept in mind by the .lames M. Kwing et al hereby given to all perNotice President and his ail visors when pondering the problem of "perma- sons having claims against the esnent machinery" for the agricultural tate of said decedent, James Kwing, and livestock industries, is an oppor- to lile their claims, properyl proven, tunity to earn a net prolit higher before the undersigned commissioner than the rates f interest they must on or before February 1, 1023. LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B. C. C. pay. If a farmer cannot earn a net reNotice To Hunters. turn of six per cent upon his investin land, improvements, equip Our lands are posted against huntment ment and livestock, phis a reasonable ing with dogs or guns. J. W. HORSEMAN, return on his workup a laboring prono CHARLES HORSEMAN, prietor or a proprietor-managesystem of linancing will keep him 0RAN HORSEMAN, out of the hole. J. T. COYLE, PHILLIP WILLIAMS. A farmer should be able to borrow MRS. J. M. MOORE. money a.s easily as a business man NATHANIEL MARKLAND Ho should be able to get moi.ey when MARTIN MARKLAND. wants it, and to pay on notes CURRAN STEELE when lie is able to do so, without more waste of time or energy than JAMES W. STOXK ROBERT SHIELDS similar transactions cost a merchant. ll-ttO -r, NEW THEATRE PROGRAM FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24 ISHOES! a MEN'S $10.00 SHOES AT T IS 'The Fourteenth Man featuring Robert Warwick and Bebe Daniels from the famous play 'The Man from Blankley's'. A story of temptation! Heart throbs! Extravagance! Excitement! Thrills! A sizzling tale of a soldier of fortune who played through a mystery and won. Who was the fourteenth man. A Paramount Picture. Also Pathe News Weokly. SATURDAY, NOV. 25 HALF IE $5.00 Brown and Black PRICE SPE- BOYS' tfi LC HIGH TOP SHOES CIAL PBICES ifi 9i Sec our counter ot $1.00 Shoes, dies' autl Children's fx La-- W IK MEMBER! ml Top o uic iviormnir featuring Gladys Walton, supported by a special cast. No sex problem no dark intrigue no social hypocrisy. 'Top o' the Morning' is the kind of a play you want to take your wife, your mother, or your sister to see. Circumstances cannot affect Jove l love makes circumstances. Can a lover come between brother and sister? "Top o' the Morning" is the kind of a romance Senator Truman II. Newberry, of you'd like to figure n yourself. lm.i l il if... lilt: n. tn ' Jl IVOIqIILII Also Universal Comedy "41? ikimiiiil .III the United States Senate. Hi-- t risht TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28th J 1. Ban W I w Wl s WANTED, ''aleinan for Owings-'."I- k ami vieinity. Commission eon- f.t i:ily. ftr rare tim - full tint, We will teach ymi to em through o'-- j free sell, of iiistruetiin and help you lmil. a urotitable btwines. !Mas--il- u TJontling and Insurance ehu. Com any, Accident and Health Dept. Sasinavr, Mich., Capital $1,500,000. 'Mrs. Temple's Telegram featuring Bryant Warhburn the star who played here h "It Pays to Advertise." A Paramount Pic ture. Also: Pathe News Weekly. " to this place has been the subject of mueli eontroversy. In a letter to (iitvenior (iros.-liee- k, Mr. Newman said he had been eonipelled to resign voluntarily by the defeat o his colleague Senator Town- send'- - i Courier-Journa- l. D. C. CKOUCfl , . - ...... 9 ' OWINGSVILLF. OUT, jK, OWIUGSVILLE. KY. WOMEN NEED SAfiP-ROO- T PRKSFORCHILBi MUST KEEii WELL Mothers in a Like Situation Should Read This Letter from Mrs. Enrico Chicago. Illinois. "I took Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound for a iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiititti serious trouble. I had tried doctors and all said the same an operation. At first I only felt the pain on my Ici'ts'Je.butlatcr I seemed to feel it on both cities. I am n Ecwing-ma-chino its Pigmy Elephant FROM CITIZENSHIP SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST SUBJECTS OF MIKADO BECOMING NATURALIZED Decision Makes No Reference To The Agreement" "Gentlemen's Under Which Japanese Immigration to America Has Been Regulated. Washington. Jnpam'M' cannot lu in the I'tiHi-Slates and cannot oiti.i'iif of this rutin-try- . the Siiir- iu Court of the I'lilteil Stall- - tltviiletl in tirt tuns! ruction of statute Inuring on the . suliji-itThe division was tin- lirst th livereil lit. Justice ..corgi 11. Sutlicr-lam- l a a member of tin- - Court, and inn! hamli'il down in a case lirouht liv T;il:io Ozawo. lu in I'.M applu-for citizenship in Hawaii. It Is expected to attrai-- t with- - at tcmlon nut mli In III.- - I'nlti-i- l St:iti but abroad, notw iilistattilins tin- - fall it iv to make ant of its dip- sigtillimiiiv. The iloinatie long in the Court, t tiTin, when reached for argil-- i Confer-- I tiiciit during tlie fen-neof ArmaiiK-n- t Limitation ami I Far Eastern Questions, its consilient-tioti w:.s postponed at tin- - rctpiot of tin Mepannieiit of Justice, No reference i to In- - found in the gentlemen, agree-ini-ndecision to tin under which Japanese regIn the country has STILL EXPLODES; DEATH TOLL FIVE BUILDINGS RAZED IN CHICAGO BLAST OTHERS ARE MISSING Brick Structure Al Caldron Of Flame and Smoke Fire Chief Displays An Extraordinary Exhibition of Heroism in Rescue of Several Families. Chicago. III. 'plosion of a moonshine still III a grocery followed by tire resulted In lite deaths and iossili-ililof live missing children also 1ns Ins dead, destruction of two buildings and an extraordinary exhibition of heroism :mi gnml judgment by Chief Frank I'.r.iihaiul. of the Fifth OBSERVERS FOR NEAR EAST PARLEY "RIGHTS OF CHRISTIANS IN BE STRESSED Thousands of women haire kidney and bladder tr.iubh .Hid ncicr upi't it. Women's cniiipl.niiU often prove to lie trouble, or the nothing tl-- c l ut Lithit-older ilw is-- . result of kidiiei or nm in a healthy conkidli are If the dition, they in ii cause the other organs 's i Faults ARE TO THri to become Pain m ill-- d tin- INSTRUCTIONS ' American Interest In Maintaining Equality of Commercial Opportunity In Turkish Territory Subordinated to Humane Interests in Conference. Washington Ambassador Kichard Washburn I'i.lld. at Itonie. and Mill ister Joseph ('. Crew, at I'.erne. will be the iner. cm obseriers at the Near Fastern court-rentat Uitisautte, the St ite iiieiit announced. Hear Admiral Itrtstol, High Co!iim!s.ioiif r at 'hum. nit inoile, will be named Associate Commissioner, as his other III not permit lilts duties to be in continuous, attendance at the conference. lnstrtii i tons under which the America. ;;roiip will act in presenting the ilewpoint of the Washington Coiern-men- t to the Peace conferees, but without taking any Mart in the peace negotiations tbeniseli is, already have been .cut to Mr. Child a head of the group. D.'li.irtmcut otlicials would not comment on the nature of the instructions ill act. under which the observers The sciipt; of American participation in the proceedings at liiiaiine. Iiow-eet wa quite clearly defined retary Hughes before receipt of the allied invitation. The points eiiiimerateil by Seciet.try Hughes lay stress upon "the maititen ance of capitulations which may Inessential to the appropriate safeguarding of I Interests." and "the protection, under proper guarantees, of phihint!tropic, educational ami religious institutions." American interest in maintaining equality of commercial opportunity in Turkish territory, while emphasized at several points in .Mr. Hughes' communication, is left to third place in this tabulated outline of particular points of American concern. 1 bition, ticrvotiucss. are often tunes of kuhit-tumble. Don't delai starting treatment. Pr. Hi tit, a physician's preKilmer's scription, old .lined at any ilnii; store, may 1k- - ju-- t the remedy needed to overcome ruch condition. a nifdtiim or Cet fi7e bottle imHi-jr- buk. lo of am)nip-lom- s Thefird chokt cf efghl generations Fudge r (PREMIUM Me. f) if support. I work in a tailor and that linccf work Itasbeftj very slack this year and I am home part of the time. I do not like to take any chances, so I consulted my friends, and one lady said. Take Lydia Piskham's medicine,' eo I did. I llave felt better right along and am in good enough health to go to work. I recommend your Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash to oil." Mrs. Mauv Exnico, 253 N. Carpenter St., Chicago, Illinois. Often the mother is obliged to support ber children and pood health is necessary. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is ju.'t the medicine you can depend upon. It is a medicine for women's ailments and the relief it brought Mrs. Enrico it may brine to you. Keep well by talcing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. power operator and have a little girl to - mediately from .mi driii; store. However, if von tirt to test this prt-a- t pn-paml tell cciitu to Dr. limit A Co . liiiigli.iinton. Kilmer N. Y.. fur a sample Iiottle. When writing be mre and mention this jmper. Advertisement. In All Humility. y Baker's Chocolate For making cakes, pics, dings, pud- 1 ilow do ion think the financial relationships of the world ought to lie adjusted':" "Tnin't for me to my." replied Fanner Cornlossol. " can' eieti get the mortgage paid off of n larm." DYED HER BABY'S COAT, A SKIRT AND CURTAINS WITH "DIAMOND DYES" ivach piek.ige of "Hutnonil Dyes" contains, diret turns so simple any woman can die or tint her old. worn, faded things new. Kven if she h.is neier dyed liefore, flit can put a new. rich color into shabby skirt", ilrcstw, waUts. coats, stockings, , Micators, draperies, liangings, everything, lliiv Diamond Dies no other -- then perfect home kind dyeing ii guartin- - matcri-i- l ton wi-- h to dye is wool or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed good. Diamond Dyes never streak, ipot, fade or run. Adterti-H-mrnt- . I e I The first pigmy elephant eer sent from Africa recently arrived at the Loudon zoo. It wns sblppetl from the French giiboon. The adult wale parent of this baby wits ylmt, nnd measured only six feet high. The biiby Is but old nttil onlj three feet high. two ye.-ir- s s itiitni-gr.ilio- FEAR OF WAR IS NEVER AGAIN, SAY SPEEDERS After Visiting Child Victims of Reckless Auto Drivers lail Terms For Offenders Detroit. Mich.- - Twcnt) eight motorwhom Jmlue Charles I., liartlett, of l!tvorder"s Court, found to be guilty of speeding and who were ordered to tbe Detroit House of Correction for from two to thirty days, were escorted through the ward of ICeceliing Hospital where children injured In tratlic accldents are confined, that they might see the results of reckless driving Two automobile drivers who piloted their cars through safely zones were sent to Jail. This is the first time that jail sentences have been Imposed for this offense. Judge said litis would be his policy from now on. Many of the men who had been sullen and bitter when they receited their Jail terms, grew thoughtful when they visited the injured children at Many vowed audibly the hospital. that there would be no opportunity for any one to arrest them In the future on a charge of speeding. Coaled Tongue Nature's Warning of Constipation When you are constipated, not enough of Nature's lubricating liquid is produced in the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving. Doctors prescribe Xnjol because it acts like ulated. The Government did not object to DISPELLED BY NOTE the argument of ihe case when it was thi- - term, ami the Court icachcd at advanced ami heard at the same time ANGORA GOVERNMENT AGREES the case brought b. Taknji Yania-MiltTO ABIDE BY MUDANIA an.l Charles llio Kono against PACT the Secretarj of State of Washington. In an exhaustive analysis of the Pending Peace Sessions To Be Held history of the legation, the Court At Lausanne Turk Delegate ConJit?.) was in full held that fers With Premier Poincare Deforce, and that, under it. Japanese clares His Nation Wants Peace. could not obtain citizenship in the a anteed. Jin till your dniggist whether ist, coiintr. To Visit Nine Cities New York. The Itinerary of Oeorges Clenientv.ui. Tigt-- r of includes visit to nine American cities and speeches in sis; of them. Colonel R Jl. House, who is arranging tie tour of the former Premier, announced. There may be changes In the schedule, it was said, lint as it stands Clemenceati will speak In N'e.v York. Him on, Chicago. St. Iittis, Washington and Philadelphia, and will isit Springtield. 111.. Italtltnore and Annapolis. Request Is Denied Washington. Government tonn:ic-Ilite trade will not be withdrawn, the Shipping Itoard announced, notwithstanding the contencompanies that tion of privately-owne- d the service was and that the Covernment ships should be withdrawn In Justice to the private companies. Commissioner Chamberlain, designated by the Shipping Itoard to consider the request for removal of the Government tonnage, conducted a (cries of hearings and sent out quesInter-coast- this natural lubricant and thus replaces it. i u I o I is a lubricant not r medicine or laxative v bo 3?iifcl Try it today. A LU8RCANT-NO-T A LAXATIVE J i SQUEEZED TO DEATH 4 When the body begins to stiffen snd movement becomes painfcl h is usually an indication that the kidneys are out of ordct. Keep these organs healthy by taking LATHROP'S HAARLEM OIL 1 tionnaires. Ready To Depart The world's standard remedy for kidney, lier, bladder and uric add trouble's. Famous since 1696. Take regularly and keep In good health. Ia three sires, all druggists. Guaranteed as represented. Look for th bum Cold Medal on erery box osd accept no iraolatjoa COCKROACHES WATER BUGS ANTS Xew York. Commander Kvangellne ltooth has written in an editorial for the next Issue of the War Cry, official Salvation Army weekly, that she is ready to obey the expected order of General Bramwell ltooth, which will remove her as the head of the Salvation Army In America Concerted effort has been made by large organizations und uroailnent AUpporters to have the plan to remove Miss Booth dropped. EASILY KILLED BY USING STEARNS' these p--fts ELECTRIC It alt" kilts rats and mire. PASTE and fresh air. A -- Sc box contain enough to kill (0 to ICO rate or mice. Oet it from your drag or 'general store dealer today. READY FOR USE BETTER THAN TRAPS It forces to run from bitlldlnr for water GREEN MOUNTAIN ASTHMA COMPOUND Jolt for Dry Agents Detroit. The Federal, prohibition navy" operating in the Detroit Ulver ettfTereil a reverse when United States Commissioner .1. Stanley Html handed down an opinion that search of motors suspected of carrying liquor from Canada was illegal, unless the liquor agents first obtained a search warrant. I'roiiiblticn heads had contended that to obtain warrants in each case would haaiper the work of their department. Cement Plant Burns Detroit. The Huron Portland Cement Company's distributing plant for this area was destroyed by lire here. The property loss was estimated at ), KM). A dene smoke screen, caused by the burning of l.Otva.OOO cotton sacks handicapiied the tire lighters, nnd a score of companies, along with fire boats, were required to control the blaze. The origin was not determined. f W. STl- . at drureiils. 1ST 2K7BK swasswsasw '"CJrtin, IT I II 11? a a a a w 11 -" Ssjdl c J.lLGCILDCX.,BCriKT.VT. jq Quickly reUeee tbe distress-Ina- naroiiami. Used for 6S years and result of lonp In treatment of t throat And Inn, liv, J IT nlM rnirt Tin t BOX, Treatise on Asthma, Its ceases, treatment, etc., sent upon request. and 11.00 . $.-- VnilD Uses "Cutter's" Serums and Vsccinesheis The Cutter hu test to conserve your VETERINARIAN (isw Xew York. lluckllng under an overburden of tons of produce, the top y floor of a commission merchant's building. In Washington street, collapsed, crashing through all lower Up to Date. One workman, Mtr, A. I you hate new cook. floors to the cellar. died from Injuries. The building was Is sh Mr. It. I believe so. She started 60 years old. the first day by coming late and then Suits of Armor Used the afternoon off. 1 '.est on Transcript. New York So powerful Is the For Colds, Croup and Pains. machine exhibited at Columbia Use It relieves at University at the opening of the naonce. .voId Imitation. Ask your tional cancer week that the physicians druggist, li W. Vacher, Inc., New operating It have to wear suits of arOrleans. It. Advertisement. Hones In the hand can be phomor. tographed at a distance of SO fet. Backed Up and Sat Down. The machine rays can go through a When 1 wns a freshman in hlih brick wall two feet thick. Rays are FchooJ I had a crush on one of my produced less than a fifth of n billionth teac'iers and was anxious to always of an Inch In length, which means t lie Xjlear at my t heron- - her. shorter the ray the deeper It will penOne evening after tchool I returned etrate. to the room to talk to her. She was busy inl told me to sit doun on alow Fine Feathers Lacking touI by her desk to wait. I backed up and sat down. Henrietta, Texas. Mrs. I.ee Ro.vln The janitor had to pull nie out of the which I had mis- was awarded $1,000 actual and ?."i00 exemplary damages from her husband, taken for the Mooi. Hxchunge. In which attorneys said J. C (low-in- . was the first suit of Its kltid they had reerjrs "Dead Shot" Is not a "loj Ir. or "icjrrup," but a real enee" Mrs. Oowin hiard of In the state. dose of medicine srhleh cleans out Worms sued her husband for flOO.OOO charging r Tapeworm with a atnata dose. Adr. breach of marital contract on the ground that he told her during his Not for Discussion. "I understand your campaign fund courtship that he was wealthy and could build a fine home for her, take is quite large." "Let's change the FUbJect," Inter- her traveling and clothe her In a manrupted Senator Sorghum. "It Isn't ner In keeping with her scale of living large enough to be worth mention"T tshrtfrr Ml Xmm H$w" Berkeley Callfornli M-- e five-stor? Kve-"Jn- g new-X-ray Vncln-r-r.aliilH-swasti-liaske- EEPS Laboratory Old Building Collapses Any immediate danConstantinople ger of a rupture between the allies and the Ketnalist authorities seems to hae been dissipated by receipt by the allies of a note from the Angora Co, cnum-nt- , declaring that the terms of the .Mitdania armistice pact will by tin Nationalists, and be that there will be no insistence on the withdrawal of allied troop from the zones laid down in the .Mitdania convention. The note, which had been awaited miserly for scleral thijs, brought relief to the allied authorities and the population of the capital, who hud ilotihted the Intentions of the Angora "DEAD LINES" FOR CROOKS It is felt here that the Extended In New Covernment. York City For Prounfavorable reception of the KemaV tection of the Financial Districts throughout the world Ist demands catied them to reconsider their deciNe York. New "dead lines" marksions ami aihrpt a inure conciliatory ing large areas within which men with attitude. criminal records will he arrested on While all the clauses of Ae Na- sight, have been laid tbmn for the protionalist note are not wholly accept- tection of merchants and holiday shopable or pleasing to the Allies, the pers, it was announced at police headis considered to offer a reasonquarters after a conference of all poable basis for discussion nnd negotialice Inspectors of New York. tion. Tin old "dead lines" protecting the financial district was known for years I'aris. ismet I'asba, head of the to crooks throughout the country. Uy Turkish delegation to the ruling, however, the criminal visitors l'eat-Conference, discussed the Near to town will need to block off two Kast situation with Frontier Foincnre. more large sections as and at the conclusion of the inter- on their pocket maps. "neutral zones" The downtown view declared: "My conference with M. I'tiincare "dead lines" include both Wall street and Maiden lane, tints comprising both was most satisfactory." After a sleepless night and a busy the financial and the Jewelry centers. day, Ismet receivetl ."! or more cor, Dies Mysteriously respondents at his quarters at the Crlllon. loteI Coshen. 1ml. Louis l "If there are any fresh Incidents at old. Coshen. pioneer resb Constantinople, it won't be our fault," Coshen Hospital pine I Ismet said. "We want peace also. had shot his wife, V You may be sure that whateier we Witt, f-- years old, and sign we will not violate." F.llzahelh TetzIalT. II. Mi in a critical condition and thi ford Submits Plan What caused lliT' not recover. of Witt has not been i,iwniilneiir',"v Columbus-- , O. Officials of the Defew minutes after he shot his wife troit, Toledo and Ironton Itailway, and stepdaughter police round him lyiiivned by Henry Ford, tiled applicaing on the lloor of a woikshop in the tion with the State Public Utilities rear of his resilience. Commission for permission to Issue Investment securities to their emEngineers Name Group ployees. The amount Is not to exceed New York. The American Kngineer-in$l,OOO,(H0 and the certificates are to Standard Committee has appointed be In denominationof $1,000, ?.V0 with and $100. Hearing was fixed by the a special committee to commjsison for Wednesday, November Ihe, Federal Specifications Hoard In elimination of differences between Si, at 1:30 p. in. commercial and Federal specifications for Covernment purchases. It was anFood "iots Reported nounced. The new committee, it was llerlln. Symptomatic of times and said, plans to save business men and millions of dollars. conditions in Cermany, hunger riots the Covernment specifications are reported from Dttesseldorf, Co- Consideration of 10 logne and Hamburg. In Duesseldorf drawn up by the Federal Hoard was there Is considerable plundering of begun by the new body. shops. Police are powerless and the municipal authorities have sent a reDrys Summarize Vote quest to the Allied Commission for Washington. A summary of the repermission to bring In 300 police reinforcements. The request has been sults of the fall elections was Issued by Ihe Hoard of Temperance, Prorefused. hibition and Public Morals of the Methodist Kplscopal Church as folPosse Trails Gunmen to House, TO; lows: "Wets Saugattick. Mich. A posse led by F. days wet new mem H. Leland, deputy warden of the Ionia bers lil: dry new members, 7". Drys prison, anil under orders to shoot to gitin three votes in Senate. Ohio makill, was in close pursuit of four memjority against beer, lS7,ooo. Calibers of the "Toledo gang" of gunmen fornia passed homo-drWright law by who escapeil from the prison. majority of OO.OOO." it e Novelties. "Do jolt think The country needs a new party?" "No." replied Se: ntor Sorghum. "If the old parties keep on modifying their r hit forms for a 'ew more years, they'll offer all the political noteltles anybody could reasonably desire." Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOKIA. that fatuous old remedy for Infants nnd children, and sec that It Important to Mothers I. W. W. And Reds Split Factional lights between the Communist party, representing Kussi.i.i Communist, in this country, ami Industrial Workers of the World, werrevealed at the annual comcntion of the Industrial Workers of the Wond. Communists, according to a report bv Walter Smith, former member of the 1. W. W. Fxectttiie Hoard, recently gainetl editorial control of three I. W. W. newspapers In this country, and Used them to dlsscmniatc litissi.in propaganda. - Pears the Signature of In Use for Over 30 Years. Chililren Cry for Fletcher's Castoria No Golfer. "Cootl morning, .Mr. Wombat, how's jour golf V "I don't play It. If you've got anything to start your discourse." Lottisiille Courier-Journa- l. Conceit is a weed that grows best In barren soil. Election Result A Tie Washington. Pa. More than '.'.".(kmI oles were cast for State Senator from the Washlngton-CroonCounty District Noiember T and the result was a tie. n Common Pleas Judge Cummins today ruled that 17 otes cast In Ihe fifth precinct of McDonald were Illegal and the consequence was that tbe ollicial count showed PJ."," votes for Colonel James A. Il.triiett and the same number for P.. Spin wis. The .McDonald precinct in dispute is located In Allegheny County. Kr-wie Although on the scene within u minute after the eilosioii. the tire lighters found the brick structure a caldron of lliime and smoke. The second Moor was known to be the home of scleral families, with m.inv small children. To turn the water into the building might have been dangerous to them. Chief I'r.iih.iinl donned a g.is uuisk and eniernl the building through a window broken by the lireinen. lie permitted only his chauffeur, Charles Itratt. to accotiiit;itiv him. Telling the others to withhold the water until they rctiirm-il- . the Chief ipiicky ascended to the sleeping quarters, the tireiiien being limited to lighting the lire in the basis tnetit. It was! "D minutes liefore Chief appeared carrying with him a child under ouch arm. He returned quickly and after ill minutes brought s out another child. Fear for life w;is t by the anxious flrctnen, who were prohibited by his orders from attempting to go to his aid. I'.ratt meantime was bringing out other children, some nllvc, others dead. All were rushed to St. .Mary's Hospital on the million to one chance that artificial respiration might restore life to them. The known dead: Steve I'.ottino. 0 years old: Mary Itottlno. 7: Antoinette l'xittlno, ::; Mrs. Jacob Verdome and her Infant child. It Is that two others are dying in a hospital. Jacob Yerilotne was tin owner of the grocery. He escaped death and Is In St. Mary's Hospital badly burned. The bodies of his wife and baby were reentered from the ruins, the baby tightly clasped to Its mother's breast. Joseph I'ottitio and his wife were rescued and their three children savsj were those brought out o by r.ralliaml. Mary and Steve were alive when taken from the building but died later in the hospital. Jack, the eldest, who N H years old. and Louis, ."i. were burned seriously. A still was found in the ruins. Folk o learned that each day a batch of whisky was cooked up snlliclent only for the la's business. Verdome was placed under arrest in the hospital. Police esttnlateil tlu capacity of the gallons a day. home distillery at Itesldes the liquor violation rharge. Verdoiue may be held resonsibIe for the deaths of his wife and child and the other victims according to police. 15r.il-ban- d I'ral-hand'a. I!ot-tin- frosting, ice cream, sauces, fudges, not and cold drinks. For morn trttn one hundred and fort? year this chocolate has been tiie standard for purity, den-caof flavor and uniform quality. c? It is thoroughly reliaLl. MADE ONLY BT Walter Bakr&Co. Ltd. FsrstJIilMrl tTSO DORCHESTER. MASS. BxjJcJ of Chalu Rcdpu mntjrtt $56$7&8 SHOES iSB W. Ii. Douglas shoes are actually manded J raj- - after year by more- - propl than any other shoe in the world-de- WL.DOUGLAS W.LDOUGLAS.'.I tertal and worfcmu.ir.lp are astltLLlst for the price III worth whlU tor jon to know that when yon baj W. U DonU i&oes yon ar getting th benefit of hi40jev i patience In makiosthtbest hoe possible for the price-- WLDOUGLAS1 worth the price paid for them. Wear them ami ear monex. Protection against nnreaaony-ab- l profit la guaranteed by the price stamped oa ever? pair. W.LMUGLASSHV 110 mots anon of oar own store In the mmi Urfeltle and bjshoedeaX- - &f peftruU u Ue era erexTwaere. toot hoe dealer to show ron Dooglaa shoe. Only by ex- t U W Wl Uaerfere amining them can you ap- aii iiti se ssssVsi preciate their value. Rein substitute. Inil5 opoa baring W.UDoag la shoes with tViss HtsllriHiia sniltKantm. tamped on the sole. The retail price are th tame everywhere. TO M&&CHAXT3? If IMDoufftas ihoet, wntto- daw xclMtvc rtahtt ts CAu set". (ew fsrv-ev- C" - plunJm t&Espoi ee m t trtff u out .VAm FriHi " 2M9lM JttJtirf MrvXi Ch Jfea iel i raAAtrr PRISON FACED BY RADICAL Two Year Fight of Wm. B. Lloyd, Rich Chicagoan, is Ended Miss Blanche Holden Indianapolis, Ind. "When my daughter was sixteen yenr? of age she contracted a severe cold which came near resulting in her death. liut I quit all other remedies and fell ack on the medicine that saved me several years before, namely, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, along with the Golden Medical Discovery, and before the fourth bottle was gone the was well. From tltat time I have been recommending these two medicines." Mrs. Mary Holden, 48 South State Ave. Health is of vital importance. Do not neglect your most valuable asset. Get Dr. Tierce's famous Family Remedies from your ncighlxirhood druggist, in tablets or liquid, or write Dr. Iierce, Invalids' Hotcl in Buffalo, president N. Y., for free mciiical advice. r light of WilChicago. A liam Itros Lloyd, wealthy Communist, to escape a as a tlo'.itor of the Illinois " espionage act. known as the law. ended when, according to word "received here. Chief Justice Thompson, of the Illinois Supreme Court, announced he would deny Lloyd's motion to stay sentence until December 1.". Lloyd and eighteen other members of the Communist party were convicted In Chicago in August, llrjrt. Tliey were accused of having advocating overthrow of the government. Chief Clerk Vail, of the State Supreme Clerk, expected to Issue th" papers for I Jy oil's imnecessary In addition to the prison prisonment. sentence Lloyd was lined $2,000. two-yea"over-tliron- Ave Cmcmruat'tn Deri Arcade Cfevelam. MILES Oae-bs.- tr Navy Figure To Stand "I TIIATU miAT rOCHX CM HCs mors miles, en rants, or mcner with s f S.09 Hot- - tlr Viportxer. Twice the pej' orsr the hUU. throag--a the mutl on hlch. We ears enoaca on i tsntu to bJ7 s. VWrlier; minute demonstrates. T. 3iost Tain- Arsnts T. VAPORtKR. ICKA. ILi. wanted. DUI-- buk. ru sen-teiii- -e Vr"' enlisted force of o, the same as now, is s preliminary i ibe t.liilget Hurt-uestimate for the next fiscal year, o the House Appropriations Com es which will bis. 3ie work of framing the l!rj- - stip- jlll soon. Members of the Indicated that the figure would be accepted, since the Iloit.se hail it., sisteti on It last winter after a thorough mestigation of Navy Departtiien' needs. lishlngton.-r-An Com-riiTli.- tllxheet nuufsctansc orders, price list- rt?ss. Prompt returns. tVrlte for - RATUOMT DeWITT. 1I3T licit tck en Are CUCtnnaU. O. RAW TOW WANTED AT.' kinds, to an Speed Necessary. "Of course." said 111 is Cayenne "I am willing to pay more for rapid work." "Ilow rapid must It be?" Inquired the dressmaker. "Rapid enough to keep a dress from srstng out of style between tbe time I order It and the time I cet a chance to wear It." Third Escape Ala. Hoy Dickers in. hank robber. eeaped from Klluy Prison. Alabama's new million-dolla- r institution near Montgomery, accord-Into a telegram rr.un J. L. Pittiuann. Warden, addressed to jiollce here. It was stated that he probably disguised himself and walked out with Chilian employees engaged at work In the prison. This is DIekerson's third is cape since he was convicted of baling looted a Cirard (Ala.) bank. g g RUN DOWN PEOPLE NEED RICH BLOOD never heard a doctor say, is all run down, but his blood is pure and rich." The best thing the biggest thing n that Gude's does is to purify and enrich your blood. Then those weary, run down, dragged out feelings will disappear, and theoldtime vim and "pep" come back again. Get Gude's today. At your druggists liquid or tablets, ts you prefer. YOU Pepto-Manga- Heart Beat 40 Minutes Itedotto. Calif. An autopsy will he performed in the case of Mls Izelte ear-olMcCalumoii, senior at the Itedotto High School, authorities as a result of the rephysicians fusal of sign to the death certificate when she died after an illness of a few hours The girl's physician tated that her heart continued to beat normally for fully 40 minutes after slit .stopped l."i-d -- Pepto-Manga- n Gude's pepto-anga- n Tonic and Blood Enricher biff knse Ilka this, but your horse may have a bunch or bruise on his anile, hock, stifle, knee ox throat. a, y breathing. Spanking Is Advocated Xew Orleans, I .a. To see whether or not a spanking will do as much as Court procedure, Superintendent of Police Moloney has Issued an order Hint all boys taken in custody for minor offenses, such as loitering, be taken to their homes and turned over to their parents and spanked In front of the officer, instead of being held for the Juvenile Court. Police were Instructed to explain the circumstances to the parents and await results before making formal charges against the youngsters. Ten Aliens Captured SELDOM SEE Cuticura for Sore Hand. Soak hands on retiring In the hot nods of Cuticura Soap, dry and rub In CuRemove surplus ticura Ointment. Ointment with tissue paper. This Is only one of the thlnps Cuticura will do Dog Gives Blcod Oakland. Cal. Itlood transfusions If Soap, Ointment and Talcum are used from the veins of "Apache French." a for all toilet purposes. Advertisement. pedigreed pup. to those of "Major." :t Cheap Material. floston hull terrier, has saved the hit"Your honor, when we were marter's life. "Major's" Illness was caused ried my wife said I was her soulr by swallowing two ice cream spoons, mate." wiil li a ielerln.irian removed, but the "Yet. there she stands, charjlng yon shwk and loss of blood nearly caused with nonsupport." death of the patient. The transthe "I do," spoke np the wife. "I soon fusion operation took an hour nnd a discovered that Jie hail a marked-dow- n half. Itotli patients are recovering. soul, and It was no bargain, either." Rlrmlngham Handcuffed Man Flees 'Granulated EretMs. Stirs. InSameil Eye Sed.ilia. Mo. I Joy Kiiehling. Wash- reUeTed OTernlcht br Roman Eye Bslssm. One trial proees Its merit. AdTsrtlsement. ington. I. sentenced to serve live years in prison for having shot his Easy. wife, leaped from a train at Illot Tencher Xame the seasons. Pupil I'epper, salt, vinegar and Uroie. Mo. He was hancuffed. hut Jumped when the train slowed down mustard. Hollywood nigh School for tin station, while Sheriff Z. IJ. News. Church was said to have been asleep. He was not found. Age-Heral- d. C Broker Ends Life New York. The Ills here, was explained when the Sg.lXX'.. 000 failure of he stock brokerage boils,, of Wasserniann Hrothers was announced on the New York Stock It. Tippltis and his posse, were held in Kxtiiaiige. Creditors filed a petition jail pending deportation proceedings. in bankruptcy in the I'nited States Spaniards, sahl that District Court. The aliens, all Announcement also they had been landed at Naples, near was made from the rostrum of tin They asserted they New York Curb I'vchattge here, at night. t paid ?UhI each for passage from firm had been suspended from that Havana. body. It.-- r Ft. Myers, Iia. Fed era I and county continued search to authorities through Lee County for 10 of tho "0 aliens alleged to have been smuggled Into this country from Cuba. The other 10, rounded up by Sheriff Frank Jesse A. W;isoniiann. at of home II m will clean it off without laying up the horse. No blister, no hair gone. Concentrated only a few drops reached at an application. t2JO per bottle delivered. Describe your case for special Inetructlcns, and EotkSAfcts Ise. 310 T.-- f YOUNG. tl. St. SprbufeU. Mus. Oil Man Fined S2.0CO g Toledo, (. The chapter of one of tin famous cases of the criminal docket of the Toledo Federal Court came when Jesse C. McDowell, millionaire Pittsburg oil operator, pa'd a line of and costs of ..Vi!l.-.'McDowell had been charged with ha Ing used the mails to defraud his for nicr employer. Henry - iNiherty an Company, out of approximately a mi Hon dollars in accepting commissions from lmt parties in buying oil lands. At the thlii. trial he entered a plea of nolo contendere. clo-in- Weak and Miserable? Are you dull, tired and achy bothered with a bad back? Do yon lack ambition, suffer headaches and dizn--c est feel "all worn out"! Likely your kidneys are to blame. Iatmeness, sharp tabbing pain, backache and aanoyinz urinary disorders are all symptoms oi weakened kidneys. Don't wait for mors serious trouble. Get back yotrr health and keep it! Vie Doan'3 KCdnejf Pflli. Thousands of folks tell their merit. A.ik your neighbor! An Ohio Case Mrs. John Died-rictSK W. Plum St., VTspakoneta. O.. says: "There was & doll ache through the small pt mr back. I felt and Umt and sometimes I couldn't straighten. Bead-achand dlsxy spells came on at and times acted tot kidneys lr-ty rertllflr-lread of Doan'a Kidney Pills. I purchased some. Through their use I soon felt better." h, Convict Runs Amuck Bonus Is Received Leavenworth, Kan. Joe Mart lent, Mexican murder convict, who fatally Mobile. Ala. F.ihlenciiig the apprestabbed It. II. Leonard. Captain of the ciation of the company to employees guards at the Federal Penitentiary who left their desks and did manual here, and knifed six other guards, w.is labor during the shopmen's strike, I. z sahl to be In a serious condition. L. Tigert, President of the Ctilf. was captured by guards after he and Northern Kailroad Company, had been shot and pelted with coal In mailed bonus checks to these emtin coal bunker, where he hid after ployees. Many of the olliee emthe stabbing. Hospital authorities say ployees who went Into the shops are he has a fractured skull and may not employed In the general ollices here. live. Martienez fashioned the knife The checks were accompanied by letfrom a piece of steel, according to ters expressing gratitude of the ofWarden W. I. Bhldle. ficers of the company. M.ir-tlelteMobile Arnstein Is Paroled Official Offered $50,030 New York. Jules W. Nicky'" Arnstein, awaiting trial under Indlciiuen for alleged participation In a .s."i.ooo,-00Wall street bond theft more than two years ago, was paroled on his tint by Ceneral recognizance Sessions Judge Mdntyrc and his bond of SL'.". 000 was lifted. Judge Mdntyre, af ter crthizlng the delays in hringin the case to trial, declared that h. would dismiss the Indictments If tlu charges were not pressed within ti days. York, for example, -- eople do the best brain work about the end of November or beginning of that Is, a mouth or six weeks after their physical strength Is greatest. In the spring, on the contrary, the besr mental work Is done In March, n month or two before the physical strength reaches the maximum. This menns that people's minds are most stlniu- lated In weather somewhat cooler than that which most stimulate their bodies. From "Principles of Human Geoerauhv." HMILH Cuticura Talcum ' Fmc inula tly Fragrant Always Healthful Sop 25c. Ointment 2S and 50c, Talcam 25c. l Craig, of declared he had not Itev. Dr. C. W. I 'onion (IJalph Connor) to tell the Man'toha Presbyterian Synod that effort In! been made to bribe members of the Provisional . Internment to keep them front enforcing liiitor laws more rig dl. Mr. Craig did not. hoiveter li.s-.Ii.. l..n.- tli.. sr.ifKtio.tlt He s.ild he had ilTered fj."i0.(iutt. certain matter privately w.:!i Dr. Cordon, hut preferred to make Ottawa Manitoba, Atlorncy-lli-nera- tired es v TTaT-f- n lli-i- r FOSTER - M1LBURN DOAN'SXV CO. BUFFALO. Cet Doan's at Any Store, 60c Boa N. Y. statement Clearing the Eye. gets In the eye try first drawing the upper lid down as far as possible. ne.t rolling it hack oier a pencil and then blowing the nose. If these things fail, rinse witb salt and warm water. ing." A mileage- - book Is so Inlenllng that the trnvoliT Is always sorry when he reaches the Inst page. nd HeaTT. tue Murine. It la vrndiRelLermaatTlTedFeelliu' Uskes them Clcst. bright an! Ersrtllnt, liarmlets. Sold and by All Dtuftlm. mtr Refreshes Weary Eyes VheaYour Eres feci Dull manifold dishes ns a food. It Is the main cereal food of the cotton belt. Considering the food value of crops d Value of Crop Greater Than the the real Importance of the American grown on nn acre of land, corn leads crop procmcing nearly Worth of Several Other corn crop. Yet the fact remains that all, a Important Cereals. the American fanner seeds more acres 150 pounds of protein nnd more than to corn than Is represented In the 3.000,000 units of energy. especial adapt- combined acreage of whent. oats, barCorn has revealed Mental Activity Varies. ability to various lengths of seasons, ley, rye, rice, buckwl.eat nnd flax. The In general people's mental activity of various sections of the country, and value of the corn crop Is also 25 per at the present time we find varieties cent greater than the combined value varies from season to season in the same wny as physical activity, but maturing In 80 days in the North and of these crops for a given season. The World war served to teach there Is an Interesting difference In other varieties requiring 150 days or more In the South. Few appreciate people the real value of corn and Its one respect. In the latitude, of New I MANY ACRES SEEDED Com-blne- TO CORN If something ' New Hair Doo-- t Tonic uiurn more or direct from i of the most stubborn kind relieved in 3 to 10 day: One trial convinces AT ALL DRUGGISTS fefT13 use to replace old, should he growing all tbe lime It will If roc HI" I! V3v i I trt todar All rooa pirni UJS. au. M.esU, IiS'lCf tuld. pft 1 Btt It's To Human Beings 10,000 Years From How. According to one scientist, our arms and legs will gradually- - disappear from our bodies, though lie estimates this calamity as not occurring for at iest 10.000 years. Meanwhile, we do not hve to worry. . Are your hones cough Ine or runnine at the nose? If so, give them "SPOHJTS." A valuable remedy for Coughs, Colds, Distemper, Innucn-- a, Pink Eye and Worms among horses and mules. An occasional dose "tones" them up. Sold tt all drug stores. e. - A r iW-- s OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK them ! O WINGS . . VILLE. KY. c .1 . 11 If ilil P I : wn rav The stm itv ata BaaW'aal ITaaaaaaV laaaal ,AtatfSaaaT IO& Bnuiu 1 their m.tiri "Wl. s I "Yoiti lie re cauglil lllst Wl of Hoar in. . . lliey'le ko'oK back to ?" tl,M mi in Tanlat Bac Joor Business r v-- i. i M aft -- BI y Better p at MX ?1l- - I I IE K PVW?W8B.W ftBedfordtJones IrJW'i StaBM 1 l I BaUt..;i4njUlllBUG MARDI GRAB MYSTERY Illttsirations btj mf 1 3 fti II Irivin Mijers - Copvjrtqht by Doublediij Paqc- and Compantj "YOUN 3 MAILLARD!" ol SNH'S1S t u i tii.- tlu lit'i-N Hi .i.hi r.iii t.irun.il hiiiih-t fit wcilllu J:i Inn Hmtmh t. it m tr ii i7.fi., ainl nt;ij a srrifs if aif hl u lis4'UN-tii)- v V Si Few ol us eSicw our food enough. Hasty meals are harmful, hut Wrigley's stimulates the flow of saliva that helps lae stomach Hake care 1 of its load. i -- ii i.n ttit nti ttii.'.s Inni. h I " ' X rrZlr. A ' i " j es2 EL every meal. It keeps teeth white, breath sweet and com- o bate Eat less, chew it more and use Wrifjley's alter 1 I I I ' it. ' n. ' " H I fjh lfei llWrsaaP 1 IWkTlaaatXUtUlMl1 In llK,lt m "" nrw form. '"""ts 10 Sa U e flavor Lasts Still Companions. t' hor funds lias Ihmmi an old frlond tf tier n and intontod tlio Kir I. Henry (iianiont. roally tho Prim o do iiraniont. i oiiatnorMl of I.nco I.ucio talk with IVU alHiut her afTalrs and the MaKe! chaiiffonr. 3ramont Masjuor lanunond. sorKant In tlio A. I'. T. Ilvos lth htm. He was the original MldnfRht Masipior. and ilrainont had asstintod the roio. Where Hammond had tiet-- a roh- Iht for linanoial cain. (tr.iinont. of course. Is not lie arratiKos to return the "hotM to tluie w horn he has roMntl. unfir-tt:n:it- i Iiik a tnl alth tt.ii.ktr. t'.ill Hi. it nti;lil. at UcU tin Mas i t han tlm'alt'in-- In ai'I'.ir anil . rili ilw uiifhts t'vll and ii tl.iti lo tlx alTan. nit'rt a t K rl a lniiibin. h''Iiiiuk Known to 1VU. Ii.t uiaskrd, who tlit in to th ball at HiinnU'S I .u. itl.tMaimif., tiTcntlv Ilio ward of litr mii'lo. Jst'di Maillaid. is t tli i tit t olil'iil'im Kill. Ittth M.iill.ird. Mn of thr hankrr. aam proi tout's to Imt and ! rofusttl ftfrt to lu Minir of Iut proporty A I'm net scan monk inttrt'!t lur IIo turns out Ut Ih rr(n o ;raintnt In Ins litrntry .Iom ph Maill.itd and a group of Ids friends arc ludd p and roldtod hy tin Midnight Mas-tpio- r I.iif if lanl.iniiis, tlio List of an old family, is in stniit.-iitN- l Jo.trph MaiUard's l.an-tllln- n atlirtd t an ai.ilnr, Iun Mail-- i dcli'l tlni".' Mulnitiht an in.liviilu.il t1i. Lnowti .li)i if K II Is pan-nt- . 1 i ilml .uu will ;iimic tin r tlu'- -' Hi iivi,iiiiililiiy ri'tiirniiiK lliins ii tin- - :iiiiii kiioM wlin l llifin uliili- iimlfi' jour roof. iitij ilNnmifiiit H'itisiilitil liy my tlii'in as n Iikiii, uliirli imw I'Iiiim- - fniivt'.v to the cs trsi1 iiwiiits in irnfiilin fsli-fii- i :inl my not In fiilnri' :issiir:iiii that ii'I'ar li Inmlili' :mi.iic. tlu -nut- to an iMiil, la.iiii liain ami willi it my lillli- - . "Till: .MIKNICUT .MASt.M'KK." Callii'iiii ill llu'so noti. in his liaml. i;ramout went to tln iiitpl:uv. Hi' tossi-i- l tlio poncil into tlio liro. following il with In- - iioioliook. "'an'l lalo liaiiivs with tliat man 1'i'U." ho cxplaiui'il. "All roailj, Lot's K' tho list ono hy ono." I't'nm tlit irunU llammoml proilii'-i'i- l l paokaos. which ho on tho lablo. Cramoiit soloclcil ono. oponoil il. rarofnlly pat'K'oi! tin ill ono of tho hoos. placed tin propor mlilrossoil nolo on lop, ami hamlci! it to tho fliaiiffoiir. "Wrap it up ami ail!ro-- it. (iivo tho ri'liirn aililross of John Smith. ' Itayoii Ono by ono thoy uont throii!;h tho pn'I;aj:i's of loot in tho samo mannor. ltoforo thorn on tho lalilo. ti thoy workitl. lilh'ii'il litllo lioaps of rliit'. broo.hos, walrho.s. ourronry ; jewols "I lrn-lo-i1 !:ilc-iu1 1 - Iii t. il:i-tt- I'oti-lon- TtH-lit.- I CHAPTER V Continued. 1 Country dsns. The Woman was driving In the tlftr , ods anil s. charmed was Mie I views. Ilio plitnpM- -i tif slher Hip ragged lillls till wood. Ili.it l.es. for quite n wliile hlie forgot about time, mill n tlelinlt :ipilntini-in- . the Chicago Journal. Suddenly. Iinuever, Mie tt'ineirliercd mio was ilue nt n certain Iare at 1 :30. The.. IiikI told her that It was a straight roail for nine i r miles, anil then the ro.n! forket nn-- ' then Rut the rot if the the Woman hml forgotten. V:is f.!i to tnkf the mad to the riglit or the left? lint .uroly tlierVI! he a rdgiiittnird at the forks, si, tV..M. and tint would tell her what to And when ! to .e forks there was the ciil- anl him in Mms- ply Mack Idlers ii r auvd: "Kltlier Iload." . - I'inie .loI:ih a l'arke roiinty fanner, who for mail."1 jear.--. though a ileanii: In the clmreh, tool. hi "nip" -on the side. Hut he :iln trennoiK ly denied the ehare. Ill two college eaiiie to mv him the other in'lIii' day, and he tried to Iinprev them, lie .showed them tfie old plnce. "It's ' all here as It was when joti were lit-U- fellows," he said, "except Hie old " oaken :in" If "Down in the ell:ir with all the a'.il jar since the Voxtiii lstead l ill liei:.me n law," one of them ulnUed. I'ni'Ie tiled to look still more pious. "The irouhle with the jrenera-thof today Is that they are xo worldly." he liepm. il it for him. Then nephew "n'ld wisi'." Iiid!ali:iHi;s Xews. Inu-ke- jns Iml-he- Unexpected Results. j'Pojrlltht Safety -- l ii- 1M - "The - ui n ntt 4 i d; re Lr v. 11 wiihi , nke V .in tl' .M s ' AUU t tra. i -t id.l Al so many thinps " "Yes " "That's how he .i -- welled phrccoloKi- , tin ivi i.ol nily i You mlht mil a man a rolling stone, hut don't insinuate that he Nn't on the Ie el. in the Kitchen Use CALL1 MET The Economy B&K'mNG POVUBER A Big Time and Money Saver When you bake mux rr A imrfl V COHTTWTSIl with Calumet you know there will be no loss or failures. That's why it is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less. BEST BT TEST The sale of Calumet is greater over 150 than that of any other brand. 't be led into falsing Quantity So? Quality Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of Largest selling brand in the homes every bake-day- . world. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. "WVII. I w as follow oil toil.iy: at loast. I think 1 was. Ami lot mo toll yon s.oim-- hlti about that same ipiiol Toll." littlo man! His namo is "Iloluva namo." oommiMitoil ami wrlnkloil up hin brow, ".laoliin. huh? Sooms lko l'vo liciinl tin1 namo boforo. (tut o' t lit Ilililo, n n't it? Sonu'llilns about .larhiu anil Iloaz?" "I imagiuo so." Cramotit smiled as ho roplicil. "This oluip is sharp, confounilolly sharp:" ho wont on. nhili tin fliiiufft'lir lisfoni'il with I think tliat ho frowniiiK intoiitncss. Is mi to mi, ami is trying to i'l tlio pxvls on mo." Oil!" :iUl Hammond. "And someone was trailiu' you? Tliluk bo's put the hulls wise?" (ramoiit shruirseil hN slioulilors. "I ilnn't know. He aliinxt ititiKht mo Inst niclit. We'll have to pet rid of tliat aviator's suit at onto, and of tlio loot I suppose you've reconciled also. yourself to roturniiij; tho stuff?" Hammond stirred uneasily, and laid ilovn Ids piM. "Look here, enp'n." ho said, earnestly. "I wasn't riinuln' a holdup panic I liked It. and I wasn't dolus It for the fun of the tlilnj;, like you nre. I was dead broke. I hadn't any hope left, and I didn't earo a d n whether I lied or died that's on the dead! Klght there, you como alon? and picked me up. "Voit pive mo a Job. What's more, you've treated mo white, oap'n. You've Riven me siiinethliiK decent to live for to make Rood because you pit some faith In me! Why, when you went out on that first Job of ours, d'you know it like to broke me up? It did. Only, when we trot home that night and you said it was all a Joke, and you'd send back the loot later on, then I began to feel better about It." Grainont nodded In comprehension of tho other's feeling. "It's not been altogether a Joke, he said, gravely. "To tell the truth. I did start it ns a joke, but soon nfterw.nrd I learned something that led me to keep It up. I kept It up until I could hit the Mnillnrd house. It was my Intention to turn up nt the Coinus ball, on Tuesday night, and there make public restitution of the stuff but that's impossible now. I dare not risk it ! That man Fell is too smart." "You're not goin' to pull the trick n pi I a. then?" queried Hammond, eagerly. "No. I'm through. I've got what I wanted. Still, I don't wish to return Ash the stuff before Wednesday Wednesday, the end of the carnival season. Suppose you get out the loot and find me some boxes. And he sure they have no name on them or any sfore labels." Hammond lonped up and vanished In the room adjoining. Presently he re.lat-lilllani-monil. I bix-aus- "All Wasted the Whole Effort!" He Murmured. Hashed garishly with colored fires, historic and famous Jewels plucked from the nristivratlc heart of the southland, heirlooms of a past generation side by side with platinum crudities of the present fashion. Then had been heartburnings in the loss of these things, Craniiuit knew. He could picture to himself something of what had followed his rolHieries: family quarrels, new in the gem marts, hitter reproaches, fresh mortgages on old heritages, vexations of wealthy dowagers, shrugs of unconcern hy tlio noiiveaxx riches; perchance lives altered divorces "There's n lot of human life behind these baubles, sergeant," he reflected aloud, a colli smile upon his lips ns lie worked. "When they come back to their owners, I'd like to be hovering around In an Invisible mantle to watcli results! Could we only know It, we're probably affecting tho lives of a great many people for good and III. These things stand for money; and there's nothing like money, or the lack of It, to guide the destinies of people." "You said it." nnd Hammond grinned. "I'm here to prove It, ain't I? I ain't pulling no more gunplay, now I got me a steady job." "Anil n steady friend, old man," added Oramont. "Did it occur to you that maybe I was as much In need of n friend ns you were?" He had come to the last box, now, that which must go to Joseph Maillard. On top of the money and scarf-pln- s which he placed In the box be laid u thin packet of papers. He tapped them with Ills linger. "Those papers, sergeant! To get them, I've been playing the whole game. To get them and not to let their owner suspect tliat I was after that pur-chas- "I've no his.prnlslng n "Von . on i ho slung you':" say some "Not jet." (iramoiit smiled coldly, " foil right enough but I'll Geo. Da' harshly. Cisco, Cj l oine nut on top of tin heap." "I ImO The other fl ow nod. "I don't gel sonlng and n oit. cap'n. Some kind o" stock deal?" allogeti. ni" "Yes. ami no." liramout paused, and I s In an iiwfu soeuml t" chooso his words with care. f .!.., constantly ".Miss l.edanois, tho lady who wai eak all tlrinng wilh us this afleiuooii. is a.i from bad to w--- . In Feathers. il everything known for I knev of, but old friend of mine. ' eglnnlng to look Her Choice. "Feathers of the bird of paradise some time thai somebodj was lleeeing like ii 'lhlng woi.i ISnstus (to his girl) Ah's gwlne are now prohibited." ver reach my case, her. I suspected that it was Maillard "Then how do the women " "Tl n. ii friend of mlno recom- - down to dat new sto" to get some llu elder, for he has hail the handling candy. Dey's, gut candled cherries, "Oh, there's some bootlegging going Taiihic to me. past. fo; id lo have made And It's a fact, strawberries tin' I tlon't know what all. on, of course." of her affairs for Mime time n clean sweep given Now. however, those papers have Ills Girl Man, bring rae a chocolate-coate- d roubles and built me up to of ino tin truth. He was straight enough wataliinelon nn' Ah's yo's for Watch Her Step. wl-- ' feel like n new man. I am wilh her; his sou was tin man. "She called me a cat." "Lt It w t every day now nnd when It life. Hoston Evening Transcript. pass." "Ho worked on his father, made Ids comes to recommending Tnnlac I can't "I won't let It passl" "Do The man who minds his own busi- . you propose, my dear, to prove she's father sell laml owned by Mls l.eda-noput It too strong." ! right?" and ho himself reaped the profTanlnc I sold by all good druggists. ness Is well employed. its. There are notes ami stoek issues Advertisement. among those papers that give his whole game away, lo my eyes, l'.y the Red Has Beens. waj. get that tin b out of my trunk, Representative Hok of Texas said nt, will von? I want to take my stock a banquet In Washington: ceilllicates with mo in the morning, "Our Iteds find their audiences less and 111111 not forget them." anil less sympathetic ns Itussln totters more and more. llammoml disappeared into the "A I!ed was ornting on n soap-boroom. the other day. 1,'ramoiit s:,t gazing at Hit boxi-- s "'Yes,' he snarled, 'you're afraid to him. lie shook bis head gloomily, revolt. You're like the prodigal son. anil his eves clouded. "All wasted tho whole effort!" be All you get to eat is the husks the murmured. "I thought it might lead swine won't touch. Hut pretty soon the lo something, lint ail it lias given me busks will all be gene. What'll you do then?' is the reward of saving myself and "'Why. eat the swine, o' course possibly retrieving Lucie. As for thf larger game, the bigger quarry it's said a young man In blue overalls." I all wasted. haven't unraveled it Thinking Him Gone. single thread; the lirst real clue camo I hml tiottlietl my landlady that I to mi tonight, purely by accident was to be absent from my room for a Memphis Izzy Cumherts; That's Un1 changed my load to follow: I'll get rid of this couple of nights. Later .Midnight .Masquer foolishness ami gn mind, and returned to my room about 2 a. in. after the real game." The county fair was on, and three of SAY was to discover tliat It is the landlady's nieces had come In from Cramotit folly not nearly so easy to he rid of country to visit her. and she the as it Is lo don tlio jester's cap and placed all three in my room. Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are bells; a fact which one SlmplicissimiN My embarrassment, nlso tliat of the not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by, had discovered to his sorrow three nieces, occurred when 1 entered my hundred years earlier. Hut, as were room. The ensuing screams physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions for was not versed in the line of enough to arouse the entire police deliterature, he yet had tin discoery partment. Chicago Tribune ahead of him. Colds Headache Hammond the room with Bad Manners. tho tin hov. from which Cramout took Toothache "I never have any respect for a man Rheumatism his stoek ceilillcates issued by Hob who answers his wife sarcastically In Maillard's oil company. He pocketed company." Neuritis Lumbago the shares. "Neither have I. A man shouldn't "I'll go to Maillard the Interrupt his wife by answering her." Neuralgia Pain, Pain Maillard lirst thing in the illuming, and olTer him my stoek. He'll They Often Do. be mighty glad to get it nt a discount, Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. "There's a fellow who has nothing knowing that it is in his sun's comHandy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. to do." "Well." "And he gets very pany. You see, the son doesn't conlidc Asslrla is tfi trod msrk of Bsrrr Uinnfaetor of Monoietlcsr!dttr of 9&lle7lleaei4 in tin old man particularly. I'll let tired of the Job." tin father win a litllo money on the HOLD YOUR NUTS deal with me. and by doing this I'll In plart by uln th most wonderful safety t HANDSOME 42P1CE BLUE BIRD ever JnvntH!; acrewa on Uk an manage to save tlu greater part of my ordinary nut. positively preventa loos nut a; . FULL SIZE DINNER SET Investment " does away with spiinjc washers and cotter no monr Nacra. rniOHT. ta applied stays put r "Holy mackerel!" Hammond exSell only io boxes of soap. pinsquickly your than a aprlna; easily your moved no thicker washer. ttirh box coDtiklnina 7 OkM fine Toitot Soar nC Cuts down repair bills. r2ucs ploded In a burst of laughter as he witrj every box. trre a prf taiurss to each ruic& rlak. For automobile, trucks, farm Impleer all ol the loilowic artlctesn Pound of n Am caught the idea. "Say. If this ain't ment and wherever bolt and nuts ar usd-Ur- it Powder. Bottl Prrfunie. Io Talcum Powrtr, now. Trial doin. 1 to wdogii. iiir tQe&n ana racK&se Pietcif. w the richest thing ever pulled! When $Z. to DerPLm 2351) irul ihLt nlt'r-u!Inch. 20c: HI fi It; 1 Inch to 1 and ner Set ! Your. Many ofher eoiullr atirseltvH Automobile thren-a- or standard. State the .crash conies, the fancy kid will bo offrrt o3 buadxfdiol uriiwrrraiumuT ursrcasc thread wanM. Cnh mu.l areompitny ordsr. siimiing bis dad good ami hard, eh?" CO. C'ONSOIEIW Washington. D. G. EXTRA PRESENT FHLt ALUMINUM SET 723 .lbee Uldx. "Kxactly; ami I think his tlml can on Inducement Futl.S!i Aluminum Kitchen Set lit, n 'r.K ot tAUC Put, PudMtosj Pn, Fry Pan. Sugar tiakr. and MeanniasPr: itlToril to lie stung much better than I ICUD F HEt; ol coflt In addition to tb J3tcoer Set, you order ptrinpttr. Your Fanry Assorted Itotra. containing 12 icrape trcit you. cothtrr. WRITE TODAY If uivinra ro money. VCATA1.00 andYou rl Infnnnitlnn can," agreed (iraiunnt. cheerfully. tut for Mir mo FRET! for t.k !r r nrAm left komquatfl, fruit. 4 nranice). 20 . "Now let's take those packages and THE PEBRV O. MASON CO. 57 CuhtnasthSt.C'rctniill.O. founded IS97.I IJ.50. Growers" Fruit Co.. Tampa. Fla, slow them away in the luggage com- partment of the car. I'm getting NOT TO BE READ LITERALLY ' ANYTHING TO BE OBLIGING ' PRESCRIPTION FOR LONG LIFE nervous at the thou; lit of having ;il lie per- - Wording them a Calcu- Little Thing Like That Mentioned According to This German Physician, of Advertisements fectly It Is Easy to Add to One's Years safer Was Nothing to This Applicant for lated to Bring Smile to the Face of Usefulness. there t Jorrovv American Citizenship. of the Reader. you cai n anil The gathering of centenarians which post send t: At ench hearing where applications Hero arc some choice lines pith-ere- il from si, persons seeking citi- took place the other day recnlled th from various iiublicntlons all over of foreign-borde- - the country: zenship In the United Slates nre con- case of the eminent German physician. "In i "U'll livered' Jlen Kxperieiicpil on Imlles' pocket-book- s sidered anj passed on. incidents come Doctor Flsclnvelier. who died recentlj up which add humor to the otherwise at the ago of one hundred and nine. .il.g anil lmmllms; sternly work. better your cl Wuiitcil JIaid fur ftiiernl house- serious process. At ft recent hearing He often declared that he possessed don't olllce work In family of two adults. Must liefoie Judge N. ,V Thornton of thf , au Infallible rule for securing longer halt th Superior court, Itoom 1, George ity, which nt wotuu reveal to tne know how to coo. where J llammoml, For Kent In apartments n large Mackay, United States naturalization world lii his will. Upon his ilnUi, "I gt sagely, "itiu jliout them avia newly linislietl ami furnished room, officer, was quizzing an applicant re- then, this formula was disclosed r "Put your bed. orienting It by means garding his knowledge of the Inner with windows on four sides. tor's clothes?" Silk socks, 10 cents. 2,000 pairs pur- workings of the government nnd re- of a compass, so that you ulll have "Take them with you better get them wrapped up here and .now. You chased for this sale. You never saw garding the history of the United your head placed north, nnd lie In horizontal position. Sleep solidly with Stntes. such values. They won't last long. can toss them into a ditch anywhere." "Who was the first President of the closed lists." Wanted hy n widower a respectable obeyed. Hammond This Is the whole secret. This posiTen minutes afterward the two men woman to nurse a little girl at least United States?" he asked. "Washington. D. C." replied the tion. It Is asserted, brings the body In thirty-fivyears old. left the room, carrying the packages communication with the great tellurian For Rent Secontl-stnrfront room; anxious applicant. of loot and the bundle containing the "Just leave ofC the D. C," said Mr. currents coming from the north and hath; electric light. They descended aviator's uniform. Insures an extremely happy blood cirWanted Thirty or forty good young Mackay. to the courtyard In the rear of the "Oli, I don't care." said the applicant culation. house. Here was a small garden, with laying hens wanted. Must be reasonnonchalantly, with an accompanying n fountain in Its center. Ilehind tills able. Washington The Gift House. For Sale Ilaby carriage. In good gesture of his hand. were the stables, which had long been There had been a veritable deluge oi disused us such, and which were now condition. Ileason for selling, baby Star. blotters. For days May had brought occupied only by the car of (Immont. outgrown It nnd no more expected. her offerings to the teacher's desk He Had to Stand IL It was with undisguised relief that Everybody's Magazine. Yesterday while I was peasick It mysterious looking packages which alCramout now saw the stuff actually Milk for the Baby. seemed to me I couldn't stand six days ways proved to be the Inevitable blot out of the house. Within the last few lietty had always used more of It or any more of It. Which ters. Finally. In pefplexlty. the teacher hours he had become Intensely afraid reminded me of a remark I once heard called May to her and said. "It's lovely of Jncldn Fell. Concentrating himself a special brand baity milk but recently has been drinking very little, pre- a very old man make. He was 111 and of you, dear, to bring these blotters, upon the man, picking up information but really, I've so many now " guardedly, he had that day assimilated ferring the more solid foods. At the was telling me of his troubles. With"Oh. that's all right." wa. the andinner tnble n few days ago It became out thinking I said: "I don't see how many small Items which increased Ills the subject of discussion and It was you stand It." The old man thought swer, "we've got so many at home, sense of peril from tliat quarter. mamma said: 'What'll we ever do Straws, no more, but quite significant decided to discontinue the special a while and then replied feebly: "I with all these blotters? Why don't There are many straws. Gramont renlized clearly thnt milk when IMiyllls, six years old. who have to stand It!" we things can't get away you take 'em to your teacher?" " If the police ever searched his rooms had been listening with Interest, in- disagreeable we nre compelled to and found this loot, ho would be lost. quired: "Daddy, where do they get from; E. W. Howe. In "Dally stand Notes At the Opera. Tucre could be no excuse that would milk for babies? Is that cafs milk?" them.Trip Around tl2 World." of a Alice "Gladys Isn't saying a word hold water for a minute against such Virginia "I do bt to her escort." A bad man Is far less dangerous evidence. lleve she came to hear the music." Judge of n tree by Its fruit. than a cunning one. Idl Hammond, ailluril- - son of the banker io inlo an oil company; like a MHker. almost the I put pretty uas bore. pauy In.'i wad into that 1 ir-t -- -- to youncvr ,ss men I think Hit fi.. ..int i was sent i.ie the otner - u .est that be off ered : " u,an 1 would be successful In In ist ever treat the p;ibi: rs his tnil. He must ever strive - give lion-- t values and be courteous to prosBell-an-s pective patrons. Another point that should be carefully considered Is the Hot folly of trying to belittle a competitor. Relief To knock ii man engaged In the pol-- - line of business as yours creatt - 't ELL-ANlaying mind of the customer a doubt to in. i c- months the excellence of your own wares and 25$ and 75$ Packages. million and stif-- arouses a feeling of symr.-alhfor the i diarrhea. I bo- - mon who Is not there to defend him- W. N. Il- - CINCINNATI, NO. ind was going self against your charges." Excliunge. !- ireal good advln Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 water Sure jjfi t- - D S Everyfe 22. I'e 1 n! 1 if x e 1 A SPIRIN "BAYER" when you buy. Insist! lock-nu- (!ra-mot- it banker---Josep- h wlM-ord- 3- -t vrr-its- i 1 i ! AI-E- S Km 11 eip-p'd- n e y semi-privat- e d "Seen anything of an avia- tor's helmet around here?" (TO BE CONTINUED.) "1' turned, bearing cardboard THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER WE STERN CAMB Cattle Raising fftwiTfflnnvGnnvini Ynnr f!wr HnntP of , mm P jwn'f riU31UVUil 17arme 9iA Ilrifiw T?nme nartif tVtrc rrj "nv pVrt fir ' t?' VJfji 1 themselves homes in a countty that, while yet in its infancy, has made itseu tamuus oy ine quality ox me gram u produces ana oj inc TtVnt'i-T- vll i of the highest class of soil arailablr for the man whose object in life is to become his own landlord, and who withes to share in the opportunity which has given wealth to o thMK.Mii Af Ainrrranswho-havin- c stirtrd on WVstcm Canada farms with but mall means, are now wnttne home to their friends, telling of what they have done, l1 are cheap and homesteads farther from lines of railway are Ireo to settlers. LaMs Upon these lands can be grown the beat of wheat, oats, barley, flax, grass, bay. fodder Cattle winter in roost places without ftheUer; dairyine u lustily successful. TiiM onlv uDon land (not on im proveracnU). rerfect climate, attractive social conditions, coed neighbor, churches, schools, telephones, excellent markets and shipping facilities. of (arm oppnrtonitisi it Mnrtobt, ftMkitrbwtn, Alberts qJ BriUhh Columbia, reduvtd railirsj rmtcs, tttu. riu to For IHaxtrated litrrtHr.tTr.d-"iHr-ti- There are Millions c Acres i aw.ai boxes, which he dumped on the center tnble. "I'm blamed glad you're done, believe me!" he tittered, fervently, glancing up nt Gramont. "Knr'a I'm concerned I don't enre much, hut I'd sure bate to see the bulls tuni In a guy like you, cap'n. Here we are. Wnnt nie to keep each bunch separate, don't you?" "Sure. I'll be writing some notes to go Inside." Oramont went to a buhl writing desk In the corner of the room, and sat down. He took out his notebook, tore off several sheets, and from his pocket produced a pencil having nn extremely hard lead. He wrote n number of notes, which, except for the addresses, were Identical In content: AN EARLY TYPE OF MONOTHEISM Pages of self, apparently as a type of ancient monotheism. Still later he become? in Legends. identiilcd with Shorn, the son jf Xoah, and the ancestor of Abraham, and Is MelchlzodcU is u vague character the subject or an elaborate story In the. occasionally mentioned in the Scrip- Lgyptian book of Adam and Eve. In tures, whose name means "king of this story he Is represented as having rlgliteousuess." The most dellnlte been chosen of God "from all genreferences to him indicate that he vvua erations of men," to stand by the body king of Salem, and priest of Jehovah of Adam after It had been brought In the time of Abraham, uniting the back to Jerusalem. Ho Is supposed royal with the priestly dignity, and to have remained with Adam's hotly so becoming a welcome type for the under the protection of an angel until he encountered Abraham. ancient writers. He Is one Later on bis name seems to have of the four mentioned In Holy Writ become more or less legendary, nnd as "without father and without mother was usetl In a figurative sense as "a without descent, having neither beginpriest forever after the order of ning of days nor end of life, hut made Melchizedek," and be Is placed In the like unto the son of God abiding forsame category as the Messiah. Him ever." Melchizedek So in Figures Scripture and as Character mm 1 e the night hours ? you have HOW often me awake heard people say, "I can't drink coffee; nights 1" They've learned from experience; have you? you hear the clock strike I If you are a coffee drinker and fail to get sound restful sleep, it means that your nerves are and that health needs protection from coffee's drug, caffeine. over-stimulat- ed "Dear Sir: "I inclose herewith certain Jewelry and articles, nlso currency, recently obtained by me under your kind aus pices. There's no sacrifice in making health safe, as so many thousands have found who have turned from coffee to Postum. It has a delightful coffee-likflavor, and is free from any element that can harm you. As many cups as you like, and nd regrets. Your grocer has Postum in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages) for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared; made by boiling fully 20 minute. . 62 C W. S. NETHERV Wch St. Columbus, Acni. Cot mf o. lmmtof and t CtsitUoi Oominloit 0naAM. Aut)Mrtftd Makes Old Waists Like, Nqw Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes or tints as you v.'ish were nssoclatetl with him that anj light could be bundled successfully BLUEINJ5METAL unless the flame were allowed to as Although Edison, genius had cend. There are several methods of blue-tasucceeded In producinc ' glit by elecsteel. You might try the following: Scour the steel with a small quan- COO degrees according to depth of tricity, the inventor's everyday familiarity with the common gas jet with tity of strong nqueous solution of color required. Its nscendlng llamc blinded him for u soda, rinse with water and brush time to the fact that his new light Early Bulbs Made to Burn Upward. over with a solution of When Thomas A. Edison first pro- could be produced with tho lamp In ounce of chloride of Iron dissolved In live ounces of water nnd let dry ; then duced light by electricity nil of his any position. Thus were all of th' i.pply In the tame manner a solution lamps were constructed with the point early electric Oinnrtellers constructed ounce of pyrogalllc acid of the bulb upward, as it occuned in such n way that the Individual hull" of -- j 'u brush. neither to Edison nor to the men who could be set upright In their sorVeta to one outuv of w g one-quartone-fift- h This should then be lacqueret' In order to bo durable. The articles being blifed should hnvc their surfaces cleaned and polished. They may then be heated to n temperature of 500 to Tha two forms of Postum are equally delicious; and the cost Is only about Vic par cup. PoStlim FOR HEALTH "There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. n v JL V 4 "4 ' 1 t f I f ujghl .niil Sumluy. 0W1NG8V1LLE OUTLOOK t Saturday .loni. , of Jvnt!ii;ini. V. T. OWING SVILLE. - - - - KY. KtMlo one. nM. liiM week. I'nblishcd Weekly, n8 a I. A ft 'Itaiik. Nick (i, on a i the we. side of county road, oriier with ll.irl; thence crossing wi the ro.id thence 7''1., E ..":! chain- - to - i STEPSTONE Entered according to act of ConCharlie Wilson and viMer, .Mis gress, st the Owinpsville, Ky Post-offic- e Wilson hnu, visited Kohort ami matter. as second-clas- s family at Swncer I:tst week. Thev subsrsiption OUTLOOK'S THE .also isil'il other frinvds. rates are as follows: tier Jlrs. lu B. WiNon is One Year 7J5. tUinglitcr, Mrs. Jes-M- '. ("arpenter in Sir Month 4Tk!. Three Months (oiiiIhiu comity. Mis- - I'diza Mavry returned home XOVKMHKK U3, li'ZL Tlll'USDAY, thi-- i week from a .i-- it with friend-- at E. D. THOMPSON, Carlisle. LESSEE & OrERATOR Mr- -. Hoe Carpenter, who has been Kentucky. Owingsville, visitinjr her -- on, .les-- e and familv in Bourbon county returned home ta- -t 1 al Kig. 7, a corner with I'cti- . N "'.'. - T.DIi chain- - to uiii ...iplnifr .it Ki:. S, coiner wit'i II.ims; I hence X :tl, W. I 1.01 chain-t- o a corner with stake at Fig. Mcr-- ; thence S SO, W 2..s(i chain- . oak stump at Fig. 10, a corner wra .ler-- : thence S :tl'L.. W BLh chain- - to burnt oak at II feet short of a black oak uiaiked a pointer and 2o'm feet at lic'il nglcs from a white o.ik marked as! . pointer): tin e X 20s i. W IS.71 COMMISSIONER'S SALE i hain- - to -- tone in fence at Fig. 12. KT BATH ( ll.'ClTr a corner with Conner; thence X OLYMPIA Saturday Rebecca Ewiug, ailmr. Janie-Ewin' o.Sfi chains to tnkc at Fig. I.'!, .1. W. Swartz and family, of I'nitl Mrs. !. W. Kineaid was called the 1'laintilT, a coiner with Conner ami ilercased. Reid; hi mother past week to the bed-id- e Y.--t Virginia, are vcr-of her little Notice of Sale lb C with l.'iid N K.'.i. W 12.7.r. I.iizie Swart. grand-o:- i. None Jones, who h;nl Jaiiie- - M. Eing, cl al IMVinl.mN chain-- , to stake in b'eid's line at . HolM-Stattin, of Cattettsbur-:iii'iiiniuii.i. iilnc of a and order II, at chit, a corner with lot No. I; his iiitlior- M. I.. Staton otto .Mrs. Frank Brown spent a few of sale of the II.illi ( iniul Couil, (hence with lot No. 1. S ."' t. V I. Ill ilav la- -t week. the p.ist week with her reiiilcrcil at the October term, there ihaiiis lo the beginning, containing Mr- -. Clyde Voim- - was in Owiiirs- - Mrs. Alex Flood at Salt, l.iek. of. l'.IJl'. in tile above -- tjled action, lj acres. villi" one day last week. Xesbitt .Purvi- - and wife have I a- - Master I'oinmis-ioiic- r of -- aid There - a pa way 2l feet wide Huni!on Stull, Herbert ll..!f.'.w..rlh moved to W. E. Cannicliael's hou-- e Court, will on along (lie li'eid line over the dower and .John Allen, all of l'inovillr "ent- vacati'd by Hint Thompson au.l MONDAY, DECEMBER II, 1922, tract allotted lo Mrs. Lucy Barber ile piets of Mr. bull's brother, fiunilv . at about the hour of one o'clock p. lor the licnclil of saiil lain! ordered Corbet t Stull here several days hirst Mrs. II. S. Hitlenger, of ML Sterl- in. (same being the lir.--t day of l'ie -- old. eeV. vising; and Mrs William Ander-iregular term of the Until County Sale will be made on a credit ol K. M. Swart, wife and daughter, ited friends here this week. Court) at the front door of the court i mouths. The purchaser will lie M. M. Steele, wife and O. W. Tiirley and wife, of Ml. lion-- e in Owing-vill- e. of Ilnlh county, required to execute bond with good Y. B. daughter, of Kussell, Ky., Sterling, their son, Chester Ky.. -- ell to the higlie- -t bidder the surety p.inhlc lo the Ma-tSw.ut, wife and mh, of Oalleher, and family the pa- -t week. following described Real and bearing si- - per cent V. V.i, and J. H. Swartz and vons Diln Bleviiis Jr., of near Owings-villThe undivided three fonrljis inter-c- iutere-- t per annum from date of salt; several days t.f Winelte-tc- r, visited his uncle 11. 1). Blevin-an- d in Hie following tract of land in until paid. Bond to have the force week with their parents, the iat family tiis week. Bath County, Kentucky, bounded and and effect of a judgment. li forge Swartz and wife. and chilMrs. A. B. Thomas-o- n as follows; Beginning at LESLIE SHKOFT, M. C. B. ('. C. Mrs Virsil Jones and hildrcn. of dren, of ML Sterling, -- pent Friday a leaning -- et -- tone on the North -- iilc. lit. Sterling, railed on her mother, with her mother, Mrs. Callie Kngou. of the old Mud Lick road and East Twenty one warrants have been Mr- -. Kate Coxtipm here Saturday. Mr.- -. Charlie Price spent Friday of a branch at letter A on the obi from the County Judge's ofl'ete Perpram and family had a with her Mi . Frank Young Plat: thence N L'.l'j I. :tS pole- - t fice within the p.i- -t week. Twelve a!e today and will po to Middletown at Owingsville. a stake al thence X It! degrees of which were for violation- - of the Ohio, soon to make their home. Allie YViWon and Lewis Williams ainl Hi minute-- , E (iS.7," pole- - to a prohibition law- -. Mrs. J. I firay was " ML Sterl-inj- r visited friends at Spencer Saturday. point on the wet side of the brant ii one day last week. Treasurer of the United States. thence X SS. W IIIl.'J-"- . at Fig- The treasurer or tlie United State-I- s FORGE HILL S. J. Fearing and wife were the pole.-- to Fig. 1! on -- aid Plat, a -- take cluirged with the receipt .Mrs. Will E. Atchison, of Salt in the line of the l.'i and In! ; pue-t- s of her brother at Owiiigsville of nil pul'lie inooe.vs that JsiimlnV. Lick, visited her uncle, W. W. Willmay lie deposited in the treasury at pole-t- o W 1112 thence S Sid Warren and wife and Eliza-ht- h iams 3a- -t week Fig. 1, a black Locu-- t -- take on Washington and In the and In depositories. William- - were in Owinpsville Miss Lucille Kogers who has been the south margin of said road: thence He Is the natlomil hankagent the redemption for naquite sick, is slowly improving. Monday on buines. S S7 degrees, .'17 minutes, E ,'tll poles tional bunk notes, federat reserve bank A letter written by Mrs. Irvine to the beginning, containing thirty notes and federal reserve notes; is Mart Welch and family left Suntru-tc- e for bonds held to secure naHorseman, states that they are well acre- - of laud. day for Marion Ind. tlomil bank circulation and nubile deof ML Ster- and satisfied in their new home at Master Kuby Jones, sii much of said interest in -- aid posits In national banUs, and bonds to secure ling, is visiting his grandmother. Mr.. Denver, Colo. tiact of laud will be sold a- - may be held custodian postal savings in banks; Is of miscellaneous tru-- t Kate Costigan here this week. necessary to produce the sum of funds; Is llscal agent for paying interSALT LICK Joseph Wililam- -, who is working est on the public debt and for paving .Kilo.(i5. e bonds of the Mis- - Ora .Metcalfe has accepted in Ashland, visited his mother, Mrs. Sale will be made on a credit of the islands, principal and interest; , here Sunday. Elizabeth William.-u position as teacher at Wallins-cree- six mouth-- . The purchaser will be Is treasurer of the board of trustees of Mi-- s Mary Maze was in ML SterHarlan County, Ky. reimircd to execute bond, payable the postal savings system; and is commissioner of the sinking ling Monday on business. Miss Pearl Crouch visited Miss to the undersigned Ma-tCommisfund of District of Colunibln. The Mrs. Bob Smith nd children vis- Or.i Metcalfe at Wall in.-- creek, Ky. sioner, with (i per cent interest per office Is the by presidential appointtilled . Mrs-- J. W. Jones, of ML Sterling, annum from date ited the family of her sister at ML of sale until paid. ment. Sterling Saturday and Sunday. and Mr. L. E. Innc, of Richmond, Bonds to have the force and effect "Comforts" of Colonial Days. Mrs. Joe BIcvins was in Salt Lick Emily Harber. their r. of a judgment. In 1712 I'.iMijnniin Franklin brought week. one day last Mrs. Jaiiu-- Snedegar, of Moore- -' LESLIE SHROFT. M. C. B. C. C. out bis "New lVimvlv;mlii l'lrioil-ie'."-Mi&ses ilollie and Stella Ilighley Ferry peut Sunday with relatives rutlier conipll' both coal an' COMMISSIONER'S SALE called on friends in ML Sterling last here. and which week. BATH C1RC11T COFlfT Mrs. R. C. Jordan, of Olive Hill, grew Into f j B. F. Pcnix and family, of Farm- wa-- s an over Sunday visitor of her G. B. Hart, et al Plaintiffs, 'Franklin s of the cob- versus Xotiee of Sale ers, called on the family of his fath- mother here. v.lincr, a here last er, W. W. Penix. and Mrs. Henry Craig is convalescent Minnie lioward, Lt al Defendants heat up t By virtue of tt judgment and order it at nigln Saturday and Sunday. from her recent illucsi. All of onr sicfc are improving. Mrs. Everett Razor Inw been con- - of sale of the Bath Circuit Court, round, and live Inches ' Mrs. lfirhnrd MeCarty wa i Mu lined to her room with a severe cold. rendered at the October term, there- metal top and Sterling Saturday on business. Mrs. Ivan Myers and little son, ot of, 1!)22, in the above styled action, This was tilled w7i- -. mmHutitinglon, W. Va., are guests o I as .Master Commissioner of said lireplace and placed lie.r".' the bed linen nnd moved about mindly. Wood "' PEBBLE Court, will on relatives here. was very plentiful and was used quite Rev. Tally preached here Sunday. Mrs. Isaac Shouse is visiting in MONDAY, DECEMBER II, 1922, freely, the Immense llreplaees consumMrs. AHa Perkins and children, of Lexington. at about the hour of one o'clock p. ing vast quantities of It. nenr Flemingsburg, visited her sister Mrs. E. L. Kercheval is visiting m. (same being the first day of the Postman's Whistle Quiets. There are few hours In the day regular term of the Bath County Miss Zipp Woodard last week. relatives here. a New York apartment house Is George Garner, aged sixty years, The Ladies Aid of the Christian Court) at the front door of the court when from nol-- e, remarks the Sun. of free died rnaay ol pneumonia ai we Church will give their annual Bazaar house in Owingsville, Bath county, that city. 1'ianos and phonographs William December lOth. lessons and ordinary huhome of his Ky., sell to the higlie-- t bidder the and mn-l- c man racket contribute to the volume Garner, of near Owingsville. He was There will be services at the M. following described tract of land, of sound that limits through the buildHe E. Church on Thanksgiving buried at Gilead Saturday. Day, containing 'JO.'i acres situate in Bath ing. Hut there are a few moments In eaves two half brothers, Siiuiett and November 30. The Indies Aid ot County, Kentucky, bounded on the every day when absolute silence reigns, n silence brought by the shrill William Garner and a ho- -t of friends the M. E. Church will serve an eleXorth by a turnpike and dirt road, whistle of the postman. Jut as sureto mourn his loss. gant noon dinner that day at one of on the South by the land- - of Clyde ly ns the traffic policeman's whistle Born to George Garrett and wife, the hotels. Young and Mrs. Xettie Clark; on stops the stream of traffic does the postman's whittle stop the ordinary girl. Mother and baby doing well. the East by the lands of A. M. and noises of the day. All In the building ODESSA Several from here went to ML Elvia Hart, Robert Oakley and the listen Intently in the hope that their Sterling' court Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Bradley vis- Payne Heirs; on the West by the own names will be called out. The postman departs and the temporary Wess Ilornback, wife and baby ited relatives at Morehead recently. lands of A. M. and Elvia Hart. quiet ceases. visited George Gray of Sage Valley Mrs. J. B. Lindsey was at the bedSaid land will be sold on a credit Sarcasm Is Not Wit. Sur side of her sister, Mrs. Tom Power, of six months. Purchaser will be Native wit loses nothing when It Is sick: John Garrett is some at Reynold-vill- e required to execute bond with pood tempered by courtesy. A smart gtrl last week. better of his illness. Willie Bailey's Mrs. J. L. Markland was on the surety for the purchase price paywhose speech has never been govbaby is very ilL The baby of Gilbert -- h'k list last week but is better at able to the Master Commissioner erned by restraint Is liable to degenerate into that social terror, the Garrett is very ill. this writing. and bearing six jer cent interest per "lemon," whose every comment is like Mr. T. R. Ratliff, of Grange City, Misses Mae Shrout, of Owingsville annum from date of sale until paid. biting acid. There are rare occasions was here Saturday afternoon. and Lucille Moore, Foipc Hill, were Bonds to have the force and effect when sarcasm Is us needful as a surgeon's lance, but who wants to lie guests of Mrs. Kirby Bradley last of a judgment. unnecessarily? "Miss on Sunday. O'H.vnie could use her tongue with LOCUST GROVE LESLIE SHROUT, M: C. B. C. C. telling effect Is there an Irish woman Mrs. Duleina Darnell, of OwingsCharlie Gudgell, of Kansas City, who cannot? but her cutting phrases COMMISSIONER'S SALE Mo., came Saturday to be a guest of ville, visited relatives here from Sunwere reserved for the cruel and the false." There, In Douglas Cohlring's BATH CIRCUIT COURT his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. day until Tuesday. graphic phrasing, is a portrait of the Ott Swctnam and wife, of OwingsEdith Hart, et al Gudgell. Plaintiffs, Charlie has purchased a gentlewoman who never ville, spent the day with their mother versus Xotiee of Sale pool room at Sharpsburg which he uses her weapon of wit unfairly and urs. Liiicy awetnam last Friday. I Margaret Botts, et al Defendant-B- y discourteously. will take possession of soon. . -"' u-- of day Sale V t( lluci ) icimired surety for I -- ioucr able to the .M. and bearing six per cel.. .lercst per aiiniini from date of sale until paid. Bonds to have the force and ell'ect of a judgment. LESLIE SI1KOIT, M. C. B. C. C Was Mythical Mt.iarcli. l'rester John was the title given to nn Imaginarv Christian sovereign, who. according to medieval tradition, ruled over an cMcnsivc empire in the in terlnr of Asia during the Twelfth century. Tbi- - m.vlb is siippo-c- d to to have oiiginalecl in the stories of the missionaries, who, in the Klcvciith ami Twelfth elltlirles. pclletiatcd in to eastern Asia and lonverlcd to . Christianity otic Hong, a Mian of In 1177 I 'pe Alexander III dispatched an envoy to l'rester John, but the ambassador never leturned; and In l''.M Louis IN of France sent liub-- j rmiuis, a French friar, to search for him, but the joiunev proved fruitless. ali Tar-tnrj- i i nil later jears tradition transferred where he John to Abvs-Inicontinued his iiiv liK ul existence as king of that country. In rioter n. j "li g, n- lr. vt-:- t.l 1 das si-t- f.-.- m -- IMiu-vill- Art of Lighting. At a iiicctltn: of nn engineering so. the opin- - i eioly one expert oxpro-.-oion that the Illuminating engineer an treat a cathedral very much as a painter docs, b.v cinh.iM7.iug tin lights and shadows, lie has couil deuce in the results lo be obtained by a solution of the problem of luminous a concert ball paint. Hi- celling, UTi feet square, which lias, Illuminated with a crcat varlciy of electric lights, modified by screens t. so as lo iirodiico .the effect of a glowing, but harmoniously colored, oriental rug. He believes that 111 time (here will be used d luminous tubes, ami that means will be found - atmosphere of a better to make tinlarge room glow without the slightest Washvisible means of illumination. ington Star. j ed bi-ca-tvvi-te- Legend. "flying Dutclu. The legend of the I i.ving Dutchman Pi of a I Milch skipper who, in the early part of the Seventeenth century, was trjing lo round the Cape of Coml Hope in the teel'i of a succession of heavy gales, ag: 'n.-- t which Id- - clumsy ciaft was tumble to beat lo windward and gain any way. This Dutch skipper is said to have delied the Almighty to keep Ii i in fiom rounding the cape, and declared that he would keep at It, 111 -- pile of heaven and hell, until he made it. lie was taken at his word, and is at it. Imaginative supposed to be sailormcu of bygone years, when encountering the common occurrence of heavj weather olT the capo and a head to imagine that out of the wind, mist they could see the galint of the Fljing Dutchman, with Us dauntless captain standing on her high poop .ind shaking his li- -t at the stormy sky. It N. quite safe to -- ay that the a Fljing Dutchman has not app-argreat deal of recent jears. In fact, few modern seamen have ever heard of the legend. Adventure Magazine. u-- iii ed The Cijiid falls off the Canadian Labrador are on the Hamilton river (also called the Grand and the This river rises In the LabraAshu-anlpi- ). vi-it- ed er cr Doubling Up. While Horace Mann, the famous educator, was sitting In his study one man rushed Info the day. an room and challenged him to tight. "My denr fellow." replied Mr. Mann. "It would give me gi- - at pleasure to jou, but I can't d it. thr odds are so unfair. I am a Mann bj name and a man by nature that'-twngain- -t one." "Oh. come ahead! the insane man answered. "I am a f. Let us man and a man beside Ho-tTmn four have a fight." script. in-a- ne my-elon dor highlands to un elevation of 1,7110 feet, and after a precipitous course of tXW miles, enintlcs into MelvlMo lake. Royil Enjlish Poets. An amusing bypath in Knglish literature Is the study of the iMietry or verse written by several of our kings nnd queens. Certainly the best of our royal poets was Henry VIII. if, as seems probable, we can accept the traditional attribution to him of several charming songs. Hut the most voluminous verse writer of them all was James I, who published two volumes of poetry, and The left many things In manu-crip- t. subject Is brought to our minds by the fact that the I'odlclun library has issued, as a supplement to its Quarterly by Jnmes I, printed Iteconl. live III the Fell type from manuscripts In It W to le hoped the library. that some scholar will one day give us of Hie n complete edition of the royal pedant, who. though he was not a great oct. had nt times u minor charm Hint is not unpleasant. The Saturday ltevievv. pm-ui- s ixx-ms Knighting he Roast of Beef. Xloghton tnw;er, near Preston, England, Is one of the three places which claim to be the scene of the knighting by James I. In merry mood, of tho loin of beef. In the hall of this mansion Is a table with a" brass plnte stating that James I, on "cemlng In very hungry after hunting In the adjoining forest, found the beef so appetizing that he knighted it In app'redrtlon. while the banqueting hall at Hoghten tower contains the old oak table at which James sat when he knighted the sirloin, so the visitor there Is told. Ant "Workers." Many ants live for a number of years, so that one generation maj tench another the profitable nrtl which lend to the success of the nnt community. The "workers" the win.? less, undeveloped females tread thi neighborhood of the nest Into a pat tern of "nnt roadV by which tbej come nnd go on their foraging expa dltlons. Within the nest the worker! look after the young, feeding then nnd carrying them from room to roon to secure a suitable temperature. 4 Which Daily Paper? A Question f that is Quickly and readily answered. The Enjoys a nation-wid- Courier-Jounr- al te: e, s cd ed si-i- er. l; acp-tracts- The Question of Echo. Itare walls are not the be- -t tiling in the world for the radiophone broadcasting studio. Kecenlly, one of Unloading studios moved Into a large, beautifully decorated room, with paneled walls and smooth, unbroken celling. Previous to that time, the studio held forth in what had been the cloakroom of u factory office, where the bare walls had to be hidden with draperies and rugs, while the ceiling was broken obUp by beams. However, the tained vvitli the old studio room were excellent, for the renMMi that there was practically no echo or sound relleellon front the walls ami ceiling. The new studio room will have to be provided or some other form of with tape-trihanging In order to reduce echo. Scientific American. rc-ll- lls es sound-absorbin- LARGEST MORNING CIRCULATION OF ANY KENTUCKY NEWSPAPER e Phil-llpln- Earth Always Meeting Mcteoroids. Tln earth in its orbit is (onslantly encountering metcorold. These are countless small bodies in the solar system. Their velocity Is so great that the resistance of even a rarer portion of atmosphere raises their sin faces to white heat, thus converting them Into meteors, nl-- o known as "shooting" or "falling" stars, aerolites, fireballs, bolides, etc. The majority of these particles are entirely dissipated, but some pass out of atmosphere again and sometimes remnants fall to earth as meteorites. Meadow Lark Useful Dird. The meadow l.irk is a familiar bird of grassland throughout the United meadows, States. Alike on western prairies and southern savannas. Its clear pipe as sweet and clean as silver, may be heard In spring, an nouncing the return of the a-on of procreation and growth. More than half of the lark's food consists of harmful Insects. Its vegetable food Is compo-e- d of either noxious weeds or waste crabi. and the icinaiiiiler if made up of useful beetles or neutral Insects. ea-te- rn But It Had to Be Wound-spectacled, savant from an eastern university was a member of a ireologli-a-t survey outfit In Arizona. One morning he found that his vvalch was at a dead stop and g to shaking, would net r gently en the lent pole or stimulus. It was a line chronom eter movement, and the party was dependent on It for some of Its observations, so they sent the old professor ami a keeper thirty miles by wagon to a little town where there was a wiitchmeiiiler. The watcliinen-ile- r screwed the usual little e. Into his eye, goiurisl open the , explored the works with his clo-e- d d the case, the stem and handed It back, remarking very gen tly: "That's a line movement one of the best I've seen. Hut jouil have to wind It." . A typical, absent-minde- d It is essentially a paper intent upon giving news matter prestige and reputation. niji-pin- first consideration. Maintains its own news bureau at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and the Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, the Courier-Journa-l is the paper you will need. By special arragements we are now able to offer The Daily Courier-Journ- al Outlook and Owingsvilte" tail-lig- nut-pick- twi-tc- . -- k, er vi-it- ed si-tc- When the Beit Brain Work Is Done. In general people's mental act'vity varies from season to season in the same way :rs phyMcal activity, tint there Is an interesting difference In one respect. In the latitude of for example, people do the best brain work about the end of November or beginning of December, that is, a month or six weo's after their physical strength Is greatest. In the spring, on the contrary, the best men tal work is done in March, a month or two before the physical strength reaches the maximum. This means that people's minds are most stimulated In weather somewhat cooler than that which most stimulates their bodies. From "Principles of Human GeogNew-Yor- Both one year by mail for only ?5.50. This offer 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 rev' newals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening paper you may substitute the Louisville Evening Times for the Courier-Journa- l. Send your subscriptions to the Owingsville Outlook office. Y t JOT IT DOWN! That vc Oo the very best line of I 5 commercial printing and at rensomi- V lilf J s raphy." f . 1 e Egotistical Man. Cur-woo- In "Coil's Country," by J. O. the author, who In early life wus a big game hunter, writes: "I wish that some mighty power would rise that could show to man how little and how Insignificant he Is. Only therein. I think, could the thorns and brambles be taken out of that path to pence and contentment which he would like to find, and would find If lie were not blinded by his own Importance. He is the supreme egoist and monopolist. Ills conceit and are at times almost blas phemous. He Is the human peacock. puffed up, Inllated, Hushed In the conviction that everything in the universe was made for him. He goes out and murders millions of his Mud with his scientific Inventions; yet he calls n tiger bad and a pest because the tiger occasionally kills the thing that hunts It." d There Are Dogs and Digs. JtitMer is tivc jears old and Is developing a spirit of Indcpenileuce and choice that his fond daddy Pves to leli atiout. ltuster Is about to have a new tilrthday nnd daddy consulted him n to his desires in the direction of a prc.-cii-t. lilrthduy ltuster without much asked for a dog. "What kind of u dog do you want?" asked ihiild.v. Ititsler pondered avvhlle nnd then answered seriously: "I don't aire what kind of a hg he Is. He ran he hlg or small or long haired or and short haired or anything, hut--- " hN voice tools on a tone of finality. "I don't want any Jokes. The only kitul of a dog I don't want Is a 'hot dog."" dclil-cratlo- f r nrw'.PK. ' 1 fJiv " us vmir n'nvt. nrflnr JL j " v- - and let us prove our assertion. Hear in mind, we want 2. " x X A yourhnsi - ness. and nronose inakimr ourselves de- - V serving. Are you with us? t Tl LANK YOU ... step-brothe- r, Te Love at First Sight. Disraeli undoubtedly was great at pampering a queen. John Middleton Slurry, at this late day. finds that he was funny In the of his book people. Mr. Murry studied Uncase of Ferdinand and Henrietta In "Henrietta Temple," and became convinced that either "Pismell intended to emulate Shakespeare, which was rush In the extreme, or that he hai forgotten Shakespeare, which was careless." For one thing, the Ferdinand of Henrietta exclaimed, "There is no love but love at first sight. which Is at least no improvement on the words ot the Shakespearean Fenil nanil, lover of .Miranda, who asked. "Who ever loved that loved not at first sight?" g "Traveler's Tree" Largely Myth. Anions the romantic stories of far-of-f lamN that have ions maintained their circulation and commanded more or less belief Is that of the "traveler's tree," credited with posd sessing a reservoir of pure water to save tlie lives of wanderers In the desert. An American scientist declares, from hN own experience, flint the tree grows only hi the nelghho.--hoo- d of swamps and springs, and that, although it lias u consi!ctiM' amount of water in a hollow at the base of Its leaf, the water possesses a disagreeable vegetable taste and, of course, is inferior to other water found In the vicinity. tit-te- I BIG SALE -- OF- MERCHANDISE sale of merchandise is now on. Our stock is too big to note special prices. Many things are being sold at much less than wholesale s Our closing-ou- t COST DO PRICES born-clev- -- . -r . f . uamcr anai wne were ijcuioru iuc . guests of Mrs. Garner's aunt, Mrs. Wayne Williams and family near Odessa recently. Mrs. Mollie Hendrix was a guest of her sister, Mrs. M T. Hendrix at Sherburne one day last week. Misses Susan and Nannie Anderson were guests of their sister, Mrs. Lizzie Vice on Indian Creek recently Mrs. Kelly Denton and Mrs. Etna Maddox, of Okla, were guests f El mer Ilighley and wife recently. Mrs. Elmer Ilighley is, we are glad to say, better at this writing. Henry Dare, the infant son of Clyde Bailey and wife died last Sat urday and was buried at the Bailey graveyard Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mollie Hendrix was a guest of Omar Rogers near Wyoming from Wednesday until Friday. Hawley Ererman and family and Morgan Hawkins and family of Odessa were guests of Walter Crouch Virgaline, little daughter of MrM .i. i. ounes iias uipuuiena. TvoH.i littln .In... .1.4... UL IV .!!.. r . , nine uauj;uici .. UitlJUS UUtl- I gcll is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Bradley and little son spent the week eiid in Ow- J ingsville. COMMISSIONER'S SALE BATH CIRCUIT COURT Estella K. Crouch, etc., Plaintiffs, versus X'otice of Sale Willie Lee Crouch, etc. Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Bath Circuit Court, rendered at the October term, thereof, 1022, in the above styled action, I as Master Commissioner of said Court, will on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922, at about 10:30 o'clock a. m. nt the front of the Bethel Bank in Bethel, Bath county, Kentucky, sell to the highest 'bidder the following described property: 'Twenty nine dr virtue of a judgment and ordei Literary Snipers. of sale of the Bath Circuit Court, Librarians find that many readers rendered at the October term, there- delight In discovering errors In clasworks and popular lletion and of, 1U22, in the above styled action, sical recording them on the margins of I as Muster Commissioner of said pages. Thus lt has been noted that in "Around the World In Klghty Pays," Court, will on the hero reaches his club as the clocks MONDAY, DECEMBER II, 1922, of the town are striking "111 minute ," at about the hour of one o'clock p. to 10"; that In "Monte the auin. (same being the first day of the thor or translator makes the crew by to drop anchor end leap to regular term of the Bath County stand the sheets simultaneously, and Itlder Court) at the front door of the court Haggard makes an eclipse of the moon house in Owingsville, Bath county, take place when the moon is new. New York American. Ky., sell to the highest bidder the following described parcel of land, Power of Laughter. Will a day come when the race will situate in Bath county, Kentucky, detect the funnlness of these Juven'l-ltleon the waters of Peeled Oak Cheek nnd laugh at them, and by laughknown as lot Xo. 2 on the plat ing at them destroy them? For your and race, in Its poverty, has unquestionof survey tiled in said ease. Boundably one really effective weapon- ed by beginning at a stake in Hart's laughter. Power, money, persuasion, line in fence at Fig. 15 on plul; supplication, persecution these can thence SiOE 13.04 chains to stake lift at a colossal humbug push It a little, by little weaken It at Fig. 4, a corner with Hart; thence century! hut only a laughtercenturyblow can S 37V, E 7.21 chains to oak stump It to rags and atoms nt n blast. at Fig. f; thence Xorth 832, E 18.47 Satan In Mark Twain's "The Mysterious Stranger." chains to a stake, small gum, at Fig. Cri-tos One Knot Not for Him. thf the man who'll flock of classmates who would co your sox, who brings you training table chow ainl wears your best In spectlon blou. He shares your rooir and guards your life, he Is your goo! old N. A. "'wife." Hut when jou leav clothes the portals wide and nnn-redon't have to bide, yon wonder If n better half would give your hoarj Jokes a laugh, and stand your loud est midnight snore, and sweep join ashes from the floor. Although I'l like a helpmate neat, my back don't fancj- feet. And though I fear no big gun's illu. I'd hate to fac So when the chaplali n rolling-pin- . knots in glee, I'm glad a knot is me. Annapolis Log. You know tiit YBO WOSBER? Be- g Asks This Lady, "Tnat I'm a liever in Cardai?" Had Been So Weak She Had to Go to Bed. stock must be disposed of in a y short time, and we rely upon the prices g that we make to dispose of the goods. Newest fall merchandise, consisting of Ice-co- ld no-fo- One of Sicily's Beauty Spots. Sicily is one of the most hcnutlfti. am Islands of the Mediterranean, Tnornilna Is one of her most beatitifu ages agt spots. Creek coloni-t- s formed the early colony of Nil to- - nl the foothills of Mount F.tnn, ami mil of that colony emerged the present Taorniliin. Ktna Is still nn active vol ;ibly snow capped cano and I" today more a Creel Taormlmi it than an Italic. 'ty and the fumom theater in F'o c. liter of the town win liu'Ii b.v Greeks. The uumistaknbU type lingers on In the facet Hi youths and in the melauclioly ir ' songs of the pean's workiti; ori In I ir lemon groves or vineyards. Orawalomie, Kaas. Mrs. C. E. Kca-.- t, formerly of Illinois, residing here, says: "We moved to tins slate eleven years ago, and had Rood health for a long while; and lhen sene year or so ago 1 had a bad sick spell. . . . "I got so weak I couldn't fio. I couldn't stand on my feet at all. I had to ro to bed. I suffered a great deal. 1 was so nervous I felt I couldn't live. I tried medicines, and everything; had the bebt of attention, yet I wasn't able to pet up. I lay for three months, not able to Jo anything. "My husband is a bill poster and has circulars distributed. One day there chanced to be a Ladies Birlhd.iy Almanac among his circulars. I read it. and told some of the family to get me a bottle of Cardui. . . . '4 quit all older medicines and loott it (Catdui) faithfully, and two weeks from the tl.ne I began to ta'e Cardui 1 was out of b;d belter Hue. for months. "I kept it up and continued to improve until I was a well woman. "Do ycu wonder that I cm a believer in Cardui? I certainly am. Aud I am sure there is no better tor.is made fcr women U.aa Catdui." NC-I- al 1 CLOTHING LADIES' READY-TO-WEA- R ' Underwear, Hosiery. Piece Goods, Rubbers, . Everything in our stock must go. Early buyer.-- , get the best value and sizes. :H5 GOODPASTER & CO. t L ks.: v,