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Judging from reports from dra'gists who are constantly in direct touch-wit, R9RwRRR ' doublidav. raci and compak Suspicion BEN CHACHERRE, . t .ES hank's reputu- sanctity of it upon llv of. 1 Help You SVXOI'SlS.-Diiriii- Run the Ball htmg home the kacoat, collar the blue vase, carry the message to Garcia, etc Raisins, 1ITTLEwill put full of energy and the pep into you that nukes winning plays. Use vim like it in your business, too. in every red box that you see. Comes from fruit sugar in prac tically predigested form levulose, the scientists call it so it goes to work almost immediately. Rich in food iron also. Try these little raisins when you're hungry, lazy, tired or faint. See how they pick you up and set you on your One hundred and ories of energizing-nutrimen- t forty-fiv- e cal- little fivetent toes. Little Sun-Mai- ds "Between -- Meal" Raisins 5c Everywhere arniv:il wasnn tlie Now Jnrliit. IV1I. utMllliy tluiUKli somewhat inHt'rloiiH I'itizfii. and t .1 wrles Analey. are roblK-rleby an in.Iivitlti.il known us I In' .Mitli.iKlit MaKiiurr, who. atllrt'tl as . an aviator, hai loilK iIWIimI the Joseph weallliy lamker. Is KivliiK .1 hall that nicliI. at which tho Mac quer has threatem'tt to appear ami nl the guests. Fell ami Anslcy. on their way to tlie aflair. meet :t Klrl tliesseil as foliiinliim". seeniinK-l- y known to 1VII. hut tnaskeil, wlio them to tlie Kill RccoiniMnies l.uelo Leilanois. recently the warl of her uncle. Joseph M.iillard. is the rolumhine. At the hall. Huh Maillaril, mm of the hanker, again proii"seM to her anil Is refuseil lie offem to hiiv some of her properly A Franciscan incnk Interest! her He turns out to lie IMince l.ramont In his library Joseph Maillanl anil a group of his friends are held up ami rolihcil by the Midnight Masquer I.ucie l.eilanois. the last of an util family, is in straitened circumstances. Joseph MaiUanl's handling of her funds has been unfortunate. Fell is an old friend of her parents and deeply Interested In the girl. Henry Cr.nnniit. really the Prime, de t,ramont. is enamored of I.urie. I.ucie talks Willi Fell attout her affairs and the Masked Masquer. llr.ininnt's chauffeur. Hammond, sergeant In the A. I K. lites with him. He was the original Midnight Masquer, and Oramont had assumed the role. Where Hammond had been a robber for financial gain. Gramont. of course, is not He arranges to return the "loot" to those whom h has robbed. Oramont and Hammond put the Jewels and money In Individual packases to be returned the next day. OrN-an- s K tle lieltjlit f xv. eai . to ivxt heavily of bowed shnulderi. ' lr fi'li . s K.IU-e- Mall-lan- l. with an luliiiinaii precision thai wils admirable. It n pond tir bil- ..ss. and they liked it. There '""hi), liesliies-- i t'liMntni'i-- s of :. fi r ulT:iir liinwll.ul thli hank ' Makes. i ' CHAPTER V Continued. Had Your Iron Today? Gentle Repartee. She Wants to Know. 1 He (sarcastically) 1 you call that ' ' joii know that man's wife so thing on your head a lint? "Never met her." Then why rfce (Idly) Do you call that thing do t .1 iiluajs say to lilui, How' ' ". hat a head? Trl..?'" Iteration an1 rrrtdur 'lime atarmlnc avrnrlom. Wrlehfa tnaTan Mable rill. Hlmnlil. the dlrra-lllYroto function naturally. Adv. dlarabl t jW a ir a iootp vtwm- Free or a New Pair - Pruoent PAuse. "When you pmiMtl before nine of your speech, were to think of something to sa "So." unswered Senator rchtim. was recalling the s.il.Je. (. 'hut I must le careful not to Don m " Thti oar ffu&ruitee of . B 1 Supnders Ho rubber. Phosphor Dprutc vo4 mm wi sort. Mir .atUat vtrateh. an JVH, Breast. For Cold. Croup an f Paint. ; li relieves Use Vaeher-Bnlonce. Avoid ImSn'ton?,. druggist. B. V . Orleans. La. One who fin N t ;rr- -e Oartam In the parage Hammond switched on the lights of the car. Ity the glow they disposed their burdens in the luggage compartment of tlie toniienti, which held them neatly. The compartment closed and locked, they returned into the house and dismissed the nffnir as settled. Upon the following morning Oramont, who usually breakfasted en pension with his hostess, had barely seated himself nt the table when he perceived the figure of Hammond at the rear entrance of the dining room. The chauffeur beckoned him hastily. "Conic out here, cap'n!" Hammond was breathing heavily, and seemed to be In some agitation. "Want to show you somethin'!" Grniinmt rose and followed Hammond out to the garage, much to his amazement. The chauffeur halted the car and extended him a key. pointing to the luggage compartment. "Here's the key you open her!" oe-si- at Ask your inc.. New i. Ith It, will ASK Your ajswws. hMa'tthtm. sddlrtvtlTindfs)- t MM. La4 Wfflfiims M TMT Strsclj Ism is In C- - Kfrs. .Dept. Adrian. MlcH. P. W 1 V dogged silence. "I knew you'd suspect me," broke photographs of vour r famuymake Seal out the chauffeur, but Gramont Interrupted, him curtly. and "Don't be n fool; nothing of the KlAMBaTT - 1747 Euclid Ai Oniliad - 111 hurt. the bMiiii ! Cincinnati DlZMArad "Yes, and the compartment, too' I W. Ii. Douglu aire actually de came out to look over that cut tire, mandeil year af u -more people and thought rd make sure the stuff Uuut any otber Uoe in tbe world. was safe " f "We're up against It, that's all. homes mnd profitable Tarma at tori, and workmantnip mn quiled (ortba price, it It Someone must have been watching us ' larmlnr. dalrrinc and atomic ralslnr. Uli-vorth whils) for yoa to know last night, eh?" arral (rntt and tobaoro land. Innumerable that wha you bar W. I errlfiira and nrrer falllnir aTrpanis. Dtpturln Doaflu how you ir -ftt- "The guy that trailed you yestertion of 27 aelrcted farm mnilrd on request. 1 HaftCtholaatoriiU40Terma nttractirr. Write to..?. day, most like," agreed Hammond, tpTl es In making lb-- t AND JOHNSON, SUffOLK, VA. dourly, "l'ou think they got us, cap'n? BAILCY boMpovslMe forth pi t WLDOUGLAS?,'": What can we do?" apa,l "Do?" Gramont shrugged his shoul(been and un mo p. ay Wht ders and laughed. "Nothing except to rfoioetlop axaimt unreaon-abl- a proltta fi (naranlood bj One two-toand one five-toPierce wait and see what lmppens next! tka pWoa alajcpad on arar j Arrow, stake bodies. Now running in our Don't touch that compartment door. I lr. own service. In good condition. For sale want to examine It later." rt sctfcowu at right price; no dealer's commission. Id IB Hammond gazed admiringly nfter IW of oar ova stoma la tb Write or apply to UrnalUMaiia Bjahoadaal. mmd ptrtrmu w lr: The Drackett Chemical Co., Cincinnati, O. him as he crossed the garden. "If you an ererTwbera. Ask toot koa daalar to a how yoa W.I flortal. r af ara fj rr ain't a cool hand, I'm a Dutchman I" OengUi aboaa. Only by Ppertal Copy Oyater Farm w, rcntalnlnt he murmured, and followed his master. can you 10.000 worda. plcturea. poema. ko eminent thalr ralaa. Rafnaec MtSaMUCMf. f!W qnotatlona; full Information lifetime casb aNi srrr asbatltctaa. laaiai upon Income from lnveatlnc 110 monthly. Hailed CHAPTER VI. WX.OonglM aboaa with i tree. Win. Lee i'opham. EdU. Apalacblcola. Fla tka ratal nr ea aa d tba nama atampad oa tba aola. TbaBarttefaailiTaa adatj. K.UV TKh XtXSXVM All klnda. to All Chacherre. rtifafoMai. ratal i pneaa ara tba aama nianufacturlnc onlera. lllche.t price, l'romul afaiiabara. At ten o'clock that Monday mornmum. Write for price Hat. RAYMOND TO IT DaWITT. 24:i llcilkktn Ave.. Clnclnnklt. O. ing Gramont's car approached Canal m2t ta wmr tmrm Amm If I ffcaMailtM - ' VTIf street, and halted a block distant. . raney Aaaorted lloiea, ccntalntnr 1" 40 orange. :o tanserlnea. llifc kupuiuata JroMia, afm aip. p'd. tl.JO. Urowera" Fruit Co, Tampa. Fla Gramont left the car, and turned to fswi w Hammond. In others order 'if opinion of 561 along in a ? f&achrarh "What's the matter, man?" "The stuffs gone!" Gramont seized the key and opened It proved empty the compartment. lLdced. He stared up Into the face of Hammond, who was watching In 4us oarbj Virainia Farms Dallf-tatftih -- SSI MOTOR TRUCKS n nmin ihom ),OQtUII bar-la- m 1 1 crapa-frutt- A Warning. "I don't want to jrrow as tall as Cap"Can you mention even one good r tain Gubblus, rnnnnnyr stilt produced by Jazz?" we sternly de"Why not. darling?" manded. "Cause lie's growetl right through "Certainly!" replied Uncle Fopy. his hair!" "Jnzz renders professional imiRiiinn so furious that temporarily, at least, Sheep ticks are a nuisance, but a they forpet to strut and pose and tell tick of the clock means some valu- how good they arc." Kansas CUy able time I Kone forever. Star. An Admirable Attribute. a much Mm speak with "I've made out at least two fingerprints on the luggage compartment," he said, quietly. "Drive around to police headquarters nnd enter a complaint In my name to a robbery of the compartment; say that the thief got away with some valuable packages I had been about to mall. They have a process of transferring fingerprints such as these; get It done. Perhnps they can Identify the thief, for It must have been some clever picklock to get Into the compartment without leaving a scratch. It was someone sent by that devil Jacliin Fell, and I'll land him if I can!" "Then Fell will land ns if he's got the stuff I" "Let him! How can he prove any thing, unless he had brought the police to open up that compartment? Get; along with you!" grinned, Hammond saluted, and drove away. Slowly Gramont edged his way through the eddying crowds to Canal street, and presently gained the imposing portals of the Exeter National bank. Entering the building, he sent his card to the private ofllce of the president; a moment later he was ushered In, and was closeted with Joseph Halliard. The Interior of the Exeter National reflected the stern personality that ruled It. The bank was dark, conservative, guarded with much effrontery of Iron grills nnd bars against the evil doer. The window men greeted their customers with Infrequent smiles, with amutlna and reserve so great that It keeps the food waste soft and moving. Rut when constipation exists this natural lubricant Is not sufficient. Medical authorities have found that the gentle lubricating action of Nujol most atnM't mm closely resembles that of Nature's own lubricant. As Nujol Is not a laxative W. N It cannot gripe. It Is In no sense n And like pure water It is medicine. harmless and pleasant. -Nujol Is prescribed by physicians; used In leading hospitals. Get a bottle oft from your druggist today. Advertisement. IE a Unless you see the name "Rayer" on nil Some Town. package or on tablets you are not get"I'm from Chicago. I manufacture ting the genuine Rayer product preTerslnn rugs." scribed by physicians over twenty-twse; "I'm from Chicago myself." years and proved safe by millions for to "What do you manufacture?" Colds Headache "Turkish cigarettes." Toothache Lumbago Earache Rheumatism Cutlcura Soothes Baby Rashes Neuralgia I'nln, Tain That Itch and burn, by hot baths Accept "Rayer Tablets of Aspirin" of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle only. Each unbroken package contains anointings of Cutlcura Olutment. Who was the man, then?" asked proper directions. Handy boxes of Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espeGramont. twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug- cially If a little of the fragrant Cutl"A guy with n queer name F.en gists also sell bottles of 24 and 100. cura Talcum Is dusted on at the finChacherre." Hammond pronounced It Asperln Is the trade mark of Bayer ish. 25c each. Advertisement. as lie deemed correct as the name Manufacture of Jfononcctlcacldester of was spelled. "Only they didn't call Sallcyllcacld. hasn't the Brains. Advertisement. him that. Here, I wrote it down." "Did Reggie ever work?" He Ashed In his pocket and proJobs. i "Work? Why, Reggie never even laMrs. Knlcker "Do you look for bored under a delusion." duced a paper. Gramont glanced at work?" Weary Willie "No, mum ; me It nnil laughed. Smooth Running. "Oh. Chacherre!" He gave the method Is to listen in for It." name he Creole pronunciation. "Does gossip Improve the mind?" "No. It merely oils the tongue." "Retter be ten minutes ahead than I expc.1 they'll Sitslierry. Rlnnlngham time now said two bulls ten seconds behind. .ii." "Go to the Devil, Then," Snapped V .lit." Gramont nodded nnd Chacherre, and Turned Away. . way, with another glance at (liable ! You must own th' tons dger. "I'll not want the car place, hein? the cat's tail gro'is In PUTNAM FADELESS DYES dy. - tonight that I know of. I'm time, I see! You remember me'i" l'roteus ball. So your WILLING TO DO HIS SHARE I TROUBLE WAS NOT PHYSICAL .' "Hen Chacherre!" exclaimed the ti,..s . mt il tomorrow; make guard, losing his dignity for an Inn Jack Dempsey's 'teally Amusing Story Lady's Apparent Suffering Merely the stant. "Why you vaurien, you!" ten, and Hammond 'le ..1 of Irishman Made a Hit With Result of Her Hands Being "So yon turn up your sanctified nose :is work. Then he stralght- English Hosts. Temporarily Occupied. I nt Ren Chacherre, do you?" exclaimed auviiyvrjamn.". j ... f" the Jaunty stranger was that person jauntily. "A vaurien, am be upon him with evident Passers-bJack Demprey's recent visit to stopped and looked. The !oberts I a correponilene i 1? Old peacock! Lead mc to the man m ii- - - ik. London wns n brief one but It af- lady's face was writhing ns 11 she was Is He writes letters for a who cashes checks, lackey, brass but' you got there, brother!" forded him time enough to establish In terrible agony. Her mouth worked v. olesale houj-- eirbt hours a day. a tons that you are! Come, obey me, erre, who had overheard a brilliant reputation as nn r up and down and she seemed to be f days azo he was dining at tho or I'll hnve you thrown Into the Rri.-- t mi. the foregoing conversation. speaker. Several London news- suppressing shrieks of pain. Then r e of u friend. Ai they sat down street !" Ilg s cigarette and grinned papers. In fact, declared him to be girl acquaintance approaches hurthe meal he was unexpectedly "You you wish to cash n check? "Some car. eh? All she a better r spenker than riedly and gazed nt her face. tailed i:iin to soy grace. This wa. Hut you are not known here" need.-- . i some good tires, a new coat Chnuncey Depew or James Ilussell "Why," she exclaimed "what on something Itoberts had never done, "Rah, Insolent onel Monkey In the ant be prided himself on never sayearth Is the matter?" calabash that you are! Do you not of paint, a good steel chassis, and a Lowell. engine " new Jack made his reput.nl on at a The twltchlngs ceaed and a sweet ing that be could not do a thing, b'o. know me?" "Huh?" snorted Hammond. "Say, luncheon given In his honor by Lord smile took their place. after a moment's h "Heaven preserve me! I will not you 'bo, who sold you chips In this Northcllffe. "With me?" Inquired the sufferer. plunged into the prayer: All England's greatest answer for your accursed checks." statesmen, "We acknowledge with thanks the artists and millionaires "Why nothing." "Go to the devil, then," snapped game? Move along!" were gathered round the board. When "But you look 111." said the girl. receipt of your raors of this date. Ren grinned anew and rested himChacherre, and turned nway. telephone pole. the young champion was called on for "Your fuce It looked as If you were O Lord," he began. "Permit ns to His roving eyes had already found self against a near-bexpress our gratitude at this evidence In dreadful pain." "Free country, ain't It?" he In- a toast he rose and said: the correct window by means of the good deal like the Irishman "I The lady held out her hands. In of thy good will. May we merit the other persons seeking It. and now he quired lazily. "Or have you Invested who am a attended a dinner where every one was a paper parcel In the other confidence thus shown in us, while at stepped into the small queue that had your winnings nnd bought this here guest had to make n speech, sing a ner umbrella. the same time trusting to receive It came his turn, he alley?" formed. When "I was only trying." she explained, more favors In the future. Amen." Hammond reddened with anger anil song or tell a story. When the Irishslid his check across the marble slnb, man's turn came he got up and said: "to work the edge of my veil down Kansas City Star. tucked bis thumbs Into the armholes took n step forward. The next words "T can't make a speech, or sing a over my chin, dear." of Chacherre, l.owever. Jerked him of his vest, nnd Impudently stared into song, or tell a story, but I'll fight any Nervous prostration has a , - ty The crowd passed on. the questioning, coldly repellent eyes sharply Into hard Job when It tackles a man r "Seen anything of nn aviator's hel. man In the room.'" of the teller. Being Ignorant Is not so much a wife supports the family. "Well?" he exclaimed, ns the teller met around here?" Saved Himself a Licking. "nuh?" Tlie chauffeur glared at shame as being unwilling to learn. examined the check. "Do you wish to There are n good many occasions The Farmer What are you getting Benjamin Franklin. his tormentor, yet with n sudden sick eat It, that you sniff so hard?" up there In that npple tree? gave him a glance. "This feeling Inside his bosom. "Who you The teller Boy The stomach ache, sir. an. klddln now?" Let the sluggnn attend n picnic and at Is for a thousand dollars" "Nobody. I was asking a question, "Can I not read?" said Chacherre. Seldom does nnyone hnve to apolo- the ant will surely come to him. with an Impudent gesture. "Am I nn that's nil. I was flyln along here last gize for keeping still. out money luoncaies tne niart..nery. night In my alrplnne, and I lost my ignorant 'Cnjun? Have I not eyes In It's a poor dog that can't make a Thought maybe helmet overboard. my head? If you wish to start an man mad by biting him. Even the bad dye young now. True blue never fades. argument, say that the check Is for a you'd seen It. So long, brother!" hundred dollars. Then, by heaven, I will argue something with you !" "Few crooks In the country "You are Ben Chacherre, eh? Does had not heard the name of Ixzy anyone here know you?" Gumberts." Chachetre exploded in a violent oath. "Dolt that you are, do I have (TO BE CONTINUED.) to be known when the check Is In 1 to smile ',s wc tl. people who liked to walk Hit anil to be met villi a pel ''linp, did not come here, i 'hey wanted here. I'linucc ifi who entered the sacred portals were duly vowed and put In their proper , M . of them weie, that N. ' i si 111:1 ly some Intrepid soul ajv ii (I who seemed impervious to gloomy chill, who seemed een f" ent It. One of the.-- e persons wn Klamling In the lobby ami sin rotiml with a cool impudence wbhl ew un rntornhle glances from the clerks. He was a ileientty dressed fellow, obviously no culomcr of Ibis sacrosanct plio-o- . obviously a stranger to Its interior. Ileneath a raklshly cocked soft bat learned a counteuaiu-- '.ook of that bore impertinent de Alter one look at that counten .lie assistant cashier crooked ity fiimer nt the Hour guard, bled and walked to the intruder .vith a polite query. 'Tan 1 help you. slrj" The intruder turned, favored the guard with a cool stare, then broke into n Ir.' a Hood of Creole dialect. 1 old "Wiii I.acrol.v from Carenci j And look at the brass but- n .mil cot. i ' ho were bankers of em-dia- l .t chf for an restaurant, with everything heart could wljb In the eating line nnd the It In the most appctlz-inskill to r'T-irfinds life miserable and mni p work a o irden with his nppetlte gone and his health all broken up on account of stomach trouble. According: to his own ftatcment, dorsed miller my signature? Who such had been the case for two years taught you business, monkey?" I.nck-y- , 8G3 North Wells "True," answered the teller sulkily. with William St., Chicago, IH., chef at a popular "Yet the :i tm t " "Ob, ball!" Chacherre snapped his North Clark St. restaurant, who says "! relief by taking lingers. .lachiii he recently ": anil teleph Fell, .ou old milium! Go and tell Tanlac. Mr. Lackey n iw boasts of a "wonhim .ton do nut know his siciuilurc well, who are ou looking atV Am I derful nppetlte and a stomach that a telephone, then? You are not hiieil digests such th.nr as ham and eggs, corned beef and cabbage, and rich past ! Cel about it." to look but I l The and teller tries, foods that would have nlmost be koued a confrere. .Im hln Fell was put me out of commission before I telephoned. I'i'cMiiiiiilily his i.spouse took Tanlac." "Before I i r acrsti this medicine," was reassuring, for ('hacherre was having to lay off from presently luimled a thousand dollars said he, "I iice!t at a time Just in small bills, as he requested, lie my work for upon counting over the money on account of r nimeroui Ills I suffered from m'.gi stlon. Rut when 1 al the window with Insolent assiduity. Hung a limil compliment at tlie teller, tell you I l.ti. gained fifteen pounds, anything, and am on and swaggered across the lobby, lie ent and dlgi-was still standing by the entrance the job every oay feeling fine, you may when Henri ii'raliioiit left the private know how I appreciate Tanlac." Tanlac la sold by all good druggists. otht-of the president nnd passed him t 111 - the public, there ii one preparation l!nt has been very successful in these conditions. The mild and h"J!.- -, ' influence of Dr. Kilmer's Stramp-ltoo- t is toon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of success. An examining physician for one of the prominent Life Insurance Companies, in an interview on the subject, made the astonishing statement that one reason why so many applicants for insurance are rejected is because kidney trouble is so common to the American people, and the large majority of those whose applications are declined do not even suspect that they have the disease. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Kois on sale at all drug stores in liottles of two sires, medium and large. However, if you wih first to test this (treat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. ot ' !jafcfej!irfaatfaja Mrs. R. E. Armentrout Day'on. Ohio "Last winter I was badly rundown in health. My stomach was In bad condition and I was very nervous. I began taking Golden Medical Discovery and It did me moro good than any other medicine I ever took. Before I had finished tho fourth, bottlo ir-- appetite was normal and I was less nervous. I think: Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery 13 tho best tonic on the market." Mrs. It. B. Armentrout, 44 Simpson St. Obtaln Dr. Pierce's Discovery no In tablets or liquid from your neighborhood druggist. You will quickly feel the beneficial effect. Write Dr. Pierce, President Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo. N. Y., for free medical advice. Send 10c It you wish a trial piS- - ot the Discovery Tablet3. s - by without a look. Advertisement. Few Women Inventors. IX)7 of the3"i,132 Inventors who last year applied to the patent office for protection arc women. The year before the nronortlon was much the same. Officials do not remember a single Instance of a striking Invention ' by a woman. Only 1 e 'i 11 Toward noon (iramoni :rrlied afoot at his pension. Itehiuil the imrnge. In the alley, he discovered Hammond busily at work cleaning and polishing the engine of tlie car. lie exclaimec", cheerily. Hello!" "What luck?" Hammond "I'relly good, cap'n." glanced up, then paused. A stranger was strvlllng toward lliem along the alleyway, a jaunty Individual who was gayly whistling and wlio seemed entirely carefree and happj. He appeared to have no interest whatever in them, and Hammond concluded that he was innocuous. "They got them prints tine, cap'n. What's more, they think they've located the fellow that made 'em." "Ah, good work!" exclaimed Gramont. "Some criminal?" Hammond frowned. The stranger had come to a halt a few feet distant. Hung them a jerky, careless nod, and was beginning to roll a cigarette. He surveyed the car with n knowing and appreciative eye. llammoud turned his back on the man disdainfully. "Yep a sneak thief they'd pinched a couple of years back ; didn't know where be was, bin the prints seemed to tit him. They'll come up anil look things oer sometime today, then go after him and hind him." Gramont gave the stranger a glance, but the other was still surveying the cur with evident admiration. If be heard their words he gave them no ntt.-nth- Cause c a Wife's Anger. get nngry If you "Does ronr don't fa 'o In ?" "No; only If I don't listen to FREEDOM FROM LAXATIVES Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced Them. DfUD.KEUOGG'SAST " for the prompt ret ana Hay Fever, slat for it. 23 c lar. Write tor FJ Northrop f Ljmr Aspirin Say "Bayer" and Insist! Pills and salts give temporary relief from constipation only at the expense of permanent Injury, says an eminent medical authority. Science has found a newer, better way a means as simple as Nature Itself. In perfect health a natural lubricant Ear f aW r M f o Far-Awa- y y Age-Heral- -- it 'f i 10 Cents Gives Chetrful New Color .hi r re-.('- ". y after-dinne- ' after-dinne- . y ?elf-ontro- l. ,1,.H111.H111I - MM VIGOROUS TEST FOR BANK ROLLS ajorlty Wither Quickly, but Some Generally spenklng. I would recomGrow Robust When Exposed to mend this town as the best henlth reNew York's Climate. sort for bank rolls In the world. Some New York has long been known In bank rolls come here In the full view thp provinces as the nesting place ot of perfect healthy with perfectly norbank rolls. In this nest either they mal chest mensifrements and waistgrow or they die young. A bank roll lines suited to their age. and ImmediIs n sensitive plant, as It were, being ately go Into n decline which no influenced quickly and permanently science Is able to stem. They seem to disease by climatic and diplomatic changes. be victims of the Nothing can become discouraged more known as galloping consumption. Others come here In a very frail quickly thnn a bank roll In New York, and nothing can gain a satisfied and state of 'health, puny In fact, and by prosperous maturity more quickly If judicious exercise oke on weight and It gets tlie right start, attends to Its require larger nnd larger belts. Cirown business nnd keeps away from cumstances alter bank rolls. Hoy K Moulton. In the New York MaiL strangers. f, RRRT aaaaV you spend in bed, as it is of the quality of hs sleep you get. Is your sleep sound and restful, or is it fitful and unrefreshing? T T isn't so much a question of the number of hours JL I CALUMET oritwisrylsaiiiiliig strength, therefor you cue aeea.TBe moat depend-abl- e of al learretvers. JaTBH ua . For a third of a century the nam Calumet baa atood aa the emblem of the beat baking powder. It! iteadr asrowth of favor naa reached such twoportiocaf thu today the tale of reliant coataia only such ingre dieaaS as have bean officially appro d hy the United States Pure Food auatfcmties. Has more than the teat as anck as that ofaay ir Drazul. Thif it the beat proof of (to nerlor s of the wholesome tooda it ahrars produces of the arnica! aad unfailing result! always obtained where it it used, is BAKING POWDER ' One common cause of wakefulness at night is over For coffee contains stimulation from coffee drinking. caffeine which irritates the nerves and frequently leads to insomnia. If you have any idea that coffee keeps you awake at night, or makes you nervous, make a change from coffee to delicious Postum. This pure cereal beverage contains nothing that can harm health, and its flavor is much like coffee. In fact, many people prefer Postum for its flavor alone. Th two forma of j Postum are equally dlicious; and the cast is only about He p cap -f WORLD'S GREATEST MAKING POWDER, that likes ngo. when the human raci at the was In a more primitive stuti Nature Intended nil men to than It is t present. It gained Its rirtJWandering Idea In paper manufacture from UnUers of the so11' The city tuurs backyard garden, we have economic and social wasps, which had the hiitne an Inherited expression of tlie crop therefrom, growing Instinct. Wha of the man health problems that result from con- habits then as now, says the Amerl From these we revolt In can Foresti who hates gardening and 'ower plant- gestion. Magazine. Most of thes't ing? He probably ULc o roam In springtime revert to type fish, roam, social wa'p obtain the mateilnl fnni plant vegetables, trees, grass and which they h. 'e their paper from ll.c the woods and fish a to ancestors who lived by i'si dig and flowers. looser parts of the surface of old. un hunting. They were r me s. unlike painted fence beards rails, hous shingles and so on. and It is forme' the soil tillers. First Paper Makers. Anoiu r type In spring goes crazy on rests Into the pulp Wasps beiut If sirt.traei they from woodconstruct theiris raptr i"-- J chewed jp nec'ssury saliva rsbya inixv with the could trace thnlr fnmll, pulp: and It $ite far TL P... Ue, uaiucn ,e.i:Bb, they'd probably find iiic viiy man a flnAnn ir,rs and professlona' soldiers " gladi- - rr Your grocer sells Postum in twoorms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages) for those who pre fer to make the drink while tne meal is being prepared; made by boiling fully 20 minutes. thro-rbac- k P0StUm FOR HEALTH "There's a Reason' Mad by Postum Cereal Company, Inc. Battle i.reeK, Mien. -- A 2t 7k 7 ISVILLE OUTLOOK ILLE, Published Weekly, KY. I intil'l In tjlit- t, .against ls$nc Shi ant, a dam:.gc Mtit. which followed an wlifi-occurred Sept., 1021. s, Entered according to act c ncai Pari-- ; when Stipp'., ear collided o nt the Owbgsvillc, Ky., with the automobile owned by Mr. matter. as second-clas- s SIki:1. :utl driven by his grand son subscription TIIE OUTLOOK'S t'arl ShoUse Kerrhevnl tuid Henry rates are as follows: One Year Knox. oC Ibi town, tbiniiigc l 75c Six Months ml' .JSIIO. wis awarded Slip. 45o. Ttirno Months Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Powers en THUUSIUY. NOVEMBER 30, 19. tertained VrMsr for li!niT, Mrs. Kit !f:ideli.Te, of Ia.uia, Ky.. Mrs. T. P.. E. D. THOMPSON, Staggs. Mr-- . Kose Seese, Mr doseph OPERATOR LESSEE ItadcliuV anl Mr. and Mr-- . J. P. Kentucky. Owinprsville, VM)d. (Salt lack Bom to Leslie lrorsentVm and wife, a son HansPEBBLE ford.... Mrs. Ballard Swarlz and son, snow fell here Sunday (nllegheT, AV. Ya., visited Mr-- . A Uo-incSeveral from here attended Swartz's- - sisler, Mrs. Dave Hall last 3londay..Y good wtsok. ..The liidies of the I'hrislian ncmiiiRbiirg butchered hero last Church nill hold their bazaar De". many hogs ere turkey ! Ttaanksgiviiis eefc Thr and lus M. V.. ladies will hold theirs closed here last week at 40". on Dec. Jl(i.. ..We had a Hurry of V market x . 'i,,,rnl, William Stephen-- ; and snow Monday morning, Xov. 27, .' Mr. n..),riv nnl of tlo seasm..Mr. and Mrs. ,1. . LVhittim were in Maysville Usi ". Vnng'ian have rrrtmicd from a .ti..rt l);ivis sold a calf pleasant visit to rilalijs in Prank H- oimp for !. lin county. AYhilc there Jl. Vaughn arroll Woodard were icl'iise.1 of $200 for bis line Monday on buMiies. bird dog....Mr. Alma Bazor and , it Okln, was, here Mrs. HcslVr l.athram ero in Lex.ick: .Mrs. Fran ington Thnrsdav-- I .J. P. ijirj.-li- t . V. tied with blood lsiOI I.. H .M out one thousand Vrtt is sonic .shipment. Con-presPtwt-offlc$1-50 li rac MERC An offering1 of stand. I- OFFERINGS 'Jiandise at bargain pricey IL 5 03S SATUR l'LUNTY OF T3MBER 2, 1922 - MERCHANT'S SPECIALS Saturday, Dec. 2 Halter Chain 12-qt.- 1 GOOD VALUES in our quitting business sale. You can save many dollars by doing your Christmas shopping w.iilc we have the stock to select from. We haw; a special lot of rnt Fire Shovel 5c 14-qt. 12c 1 BOYS' OVERCOATS very cheap. This fall's newest styles. can buy Y-o- u - Gray Pres. Kettle 88c Phonograph and 2s Columbia Records $22.75 FLASHBIG WINCHESTER TWO-CEL- L LIGHT 59c Dish Pan 25c alfcr LADIES' SHOES two pairs for prices. AND OXKOKUS sortment of Children's Shoes at far beneath the present tht price of one. Wo have a very (1 as- -- 7-- 1 the the advantage of this sale. Young Men's and Hoys' Suits in this fail's Litest styles, hand tailored, they all ro If you want to save money buy while yon can jjet Santa Claus is coming I'ho CIIA.MKUR OV COMMEKOF, These are Bargains. Get yours E. L. X A. T. BYRON THE WINCHESTER STORE if '4 at a sacrifice. Give us a look for cheap, good merchandise OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY . Hbert fiarrett s bahv has . - I l .5 Salurll rel-- OLYMPIA Pete Pcrgrerni and family had a Tluirsd yt left for Middle their fntnr tiiun Sadin Goodpaster MERRY 8c Co. damako arranged ville on . "i 10 1 !j i nave oiu oama .visit uwings- ""V N lin lrs Call for 1923 Calender FARMERS BANK. We close the old year with confidence that the New Year will brinjr renewed activity in business and the assurance that prosperity is with us. We are very grateful to our friends for their business in the past and will continue to serve them and the public for a better and a bigger community spirit. The Farmers Trust Company an auxilliarv of this bank will continue to serve in the capacity of Executor, Trustee, Administrator, Committee, or Guardian. ' Lome. ,.ith - Vaneyc visited - v ' -- Ash . Belle ?. Tri f,,r on 'VS. -i- V . .. . .. ..-.. . - .. . . Mrs. Kidiard Sahcr of Mt. Ster calling on ling was here '1'liunlay f .friends. Mrs. B. P. Roberts, of Paints and Prida vf.'le, spent Thursday with the family of her brother Mr. K. A. Swartz and wife. id Warren ad wife have gone to Middletown, (Xrio. A. B. Laycock, of Pineville visited relatives here several days the past week. CHRISTMAS TO YOU We have the Christinas Goods you are looking for: come in and get them. We do not stand on formality - our Saturday, December 16th illi on tli.it Ewry I'M in B;ith Con ity is invitcil to ccimc day anil rerfivc l mm the haixls of rntli'ini'ii a real ChnMiiKH Tivat. lioy ml in town tin- - prl to thi.- - ()'-h- p; kind doors are wide open; walk right in and make yourself at home. Hurry up and call while our assortment of good things to eat is complete. Whilf 'ah:' V. : ''I Carl lVnick, of Ashland, called Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Penick here Sunday. Millard McClothin, of Dodge Ivy., called on relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Hannah Young gave a party Fridny night. All report an enjoyable time. Curry Oinler who is working at Lexington spent Thursday nif?''t with on his" jsirents home SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY With every $2.00 cash purchase or any amount in excess thereof for this day only I will give five per cent, discount ;ivt'ii a free jiicturo !iow at thu XKW THKATKM-:- , wIutc Santa will meet them TKKH TO ami n treat from a real CHKISTMAS AXI) KVKKY CHILI) I'KKSKXT. KAC1I hoys anil jrirlv will nKo hi- - If you have any valuable papers pr securities, leave them with ua for safe keening. No charge. If you wish to travel, purchase our H. N. B. checks. Safe way of carrying your funds. We will exchange your bonds due the 15th of or cash them for you as you please. Your W. issue are due January 1st, 1923 We will de glad to Travelers December S. S. 1918 serve yot'. Tlii- - - the' one come. Xoue hi All will ilay for tlu ehililren. he (lenieil thi r.ire irivili'-;e- . REMEMBER want to R. C. BYRON YOUR STORE-TRADE COME EARLY AND SPEND THE DAY. will he r.1 THE DATE. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ( ASF TJEL JI! HERE Further Particulars arte known Later. HAVE IT MADE TO MEASURE from the ALL WOOL LINE folks.' TS, !.. .miss xouy liievms is visit mg nt.r .... FINE You can buy NEW THEATRE BEGINNING . cousin Miss Hazel Blevins at upper Salt Lick this week. L. A. Staton's family visited hi- i 1 parents M. L. Staton and wife Sat .n FOR YOUR urday and Sunday. TO Mrs. J. L. tiray was in ML Sler- on, f veic lling Monday. Marshall rcrgrem, Jr., and wife llcn have goiu! to Ashbnd to make their .USsrll as guest home. which will take a lot of Everett Young, who is employed beating when it comes to of her rrrer, i- -: Willie Hafmo!t quality and workmanship. at Hiddonnan, is visiting his parents family Saturday and Sunday and International clothes are Clyde Young and wife. on never made from cheap Little Flora Ifazo Smith has been LOCUST GROVE materials no matter how sick but is better. low the price. Miss Nannie Iee Fair, of . t)ry Remember next Sunday will be o Missi--s Mable. Pl,cst Ridge was Bro. Crouch's appointment. unday...Cydi Vand Ruby Whittou L. D. BROTHER, Owingsville, Ky. Orvil Highley, ivho has been workCroueh and family, of Tunnell 1MI, ing at Ashland, is visiting home snenf Saturday nijrht with Mrs. folks. Crouch's parents John, Riddle an Rev. Howard is holding a few flicir uncle, snJni m' !. nights' meeting at the M". E. church Walter Crouch and Jamily.....Mrs. this week. Mollie Ilendrix returned to her home Anderson MeCariy has gone to Sunday after a week's visit w'.th her OWINGSVILLE, KY, Middletown to visit his daughter daughter, Mrs. Omar Rogers, who is Mrs. Alfred Sorrell. ill Willie Hendrix and wife 'vere in Miss Lizzie Swartz visited in Mt. ML Sterling one day last week....Mrs. Sterling last week. Sant Turner, from below Sherburne John Paul Gray, little son of J. L. s Board by day or vveuk reasonable prices. a gucs of her sister, Mrs. Tur- Gray and wife, is sick at this time. PHONE DAY 34 ner Anderson Saturday and Sunday. PHONE NIGHT 149 Winter made its appearance SunAleals all times There were f0 present at Whito day night with the first snow of the Owingsvillc, Ky. Oak Sunday Sehool Sunday. Hog season. killing is the order of the day here. Miss Ellen S pence spent last week W. T. Anderson and wife attended with her grandfather Felix Clark the burial of their nephew, the little ..,:.. ...;n child of Cliff Vice's last week on Flat kLittle Miss Virgalinc Jones of NtM CreekHughes nnd John B. Ander Sterling, is visitmjrjjrf grandmother son sold a bunch of cattle to Mr, Mrs. Kate Lostgan heKi this week Crooks at 4 and 5c The firs now of the season here fell on th STEPST0NE night of Nov. 20. N Miss Clay Blevins who has been FOll visiting her sister Mrs. Burl Stull, in THAN PAIN" Bonrlwn county, returned homo Sunol day. Mrs. Walker Green, of Clark Says She Hat "Ner- - county, is visiting her brother Clark Wilson and family. r AHjtkbf Better Tbm Sam Ginter and wife of ML Sterfor Rw-Dew- a ling siHMit Saturday and Sunday with is the luttcrs parents Charlie Ray and wife. MorgMCHy, La. "It would be hard Clark Wilson was in Lexington one for me M how nuch benefit I have day the past 'week. derived km the use of Cardui," said OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. Mrs. Spencer, of WTest Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Will B:irnctt and , By irtiie of a jinljrinent ami order I Sale or ales will be made on a credit Mrs. L aBovma, of 1319 Front Street, ,.,.... ' i ,.i.:i.i illlll CllllUICll VJi( )V IIIUIICSLCI nfCIll. of ,ale of the I?;ith Circuit Court, of three mouths. Purchaser will ho is visiting her daughter Mrs. Nesbitt this city. a few days last weelc rith Green rendered at the Oetohcr term, there- required to execute bond with good PEELED OAK "I was N rwdowa In health f could Purvis, 1 I had no thin. n"11. Reid Galla rher. of Lexincton. Dennis and sister Miss Emma of, 1U22, in the ahove tylel action, surety for the purchase price, payJohn Stull and wife were in Mt appifitc Caidd not rest or sleep well. pent a few days last wek with Dennis. 1 was ad so very nervous, I hStcrlinsr Saturdav The sick; Mrs. Ellon Becraftis I - MaMer C.)iuiiiisiouer of said able to the .Master Commissioner mis uncles, N. P. and C. B. Reid very poorly now. Mrs. Buford Court, will on and bearing six per cent interest per "I sunend sene tain, but the worst fl Itichard Wilson nfewifc gave a nu iammes line lio.in ciilr fnr cnudMl i annum from date of sale until paid. Mr. and Mrs. Llaude Young Hnnnic of my troHHe was from being so weakll ancc one night IawXek whieh was FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1022 days. Mrs. N. P. Reid is impruv- and easy to m fired Bonds to haw the force and effect of enjoyed "y all present. Mrs. George I visited Virgil Young and family ing slowly out of heart, "This COBditioa was worse Vayne, who has been seriously ill, is of Montgomery Co. Sunday, at nlmiit 10:30 o'clock n. in. at the a judgment. Mrs. C. B. Reid returned FriEd Hatfield and George Hart, than pais. stay with front door of the Uethel Hank in LESLIE SHROUT, M. C. B. C. C. "Someone Md me of Cardui, amd I now some better Thomas Quisen- - returned Friday from a few days' day from a week's Hazelrig"- - her who IScthel, IJath county, Kentucky, f,ell cjfTKtiiwrifi!HniMaMiMa)iMaMM decided to use it bcrry and Miss Eva Payne spent hunting trip to Powell county. mother Mrs. Will is iil r ' er home at Moore i ;ld. lo the I a few bottles, I regained Thursday with Cornelius Williams After COMMISSIONER'S SALE bidder the following (Delayed.) my strength. 1 wssa't so nervous, and described property: Twenty nine BATH CIRCUIT COURT Miss Martha Dennis, of Mt. began to est tad sleep, and grew and family Lloyd Alexander was COMMISSIONER'S SALE stronger and was saeo well. of stock '.e Bethel Bank. 0. B. Hart, et al Plaintiffs, in Mt. Sterling Saturday Mrs. Cor Sterling, visited rektives here 1 have srnar feuad anything rtter Thursday. I5ATH CIRCUIT COURT . su!.ment ann-uit- t of said stock versus Xotice of Sale nelius AVilliams spent Tuesday with Wedner Jay aud forarrdMistftkMi." Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Myers, of If yoBStdfeis Ws Louisiana lady did, Mrs. George Eldridge. JIiss Emma Stepstone visited Mr. and Mrs, Ehte'Ia K. Crouch,, etc., Plaintiffs, will be sold lo satisfy the liabilities Minnie Howard, et al Defendants hc:pfui for Donaldson spent Saturday night with i R, By virtue of a judgment and order of decedent V. I.. Crouch, vhich on otico of Suit, versus T. J lyers Saturday night and Willie Lee Crouch, cte. Defendants day of sale will amount to $l,0."i7.00. of sale of the Bath Circuity Court, Sunday. Mie$ Lottie Ray. aioUleotCardui, today. N0-- I Get SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUT CHRISTMAS PRESENT a fine suit here for all-wo- ol 122.50 Friday, December- - 1st -- - 'IN THE DAYS OF BUFFALbBILL'. STORY In connection with the regular program we will run tlie above Photoplay in episodes. Abraham Lincoln! Buffalo Bill! Sitting Bull! Pinkerton! These and many more famous characters have just for you, the events of their thrlling careers pefore the lens of the motion picture camera. The assassination of history's most boloyed charactorl The surrender of the South's greatest general! The satisfying love story of a heroic young soldier and a plucky Southern girl! "In the Days of Buffalo Bill" is full of love, ' adventure and history. A SERIAL T . re-liv- ed Nothitig as acceptable an altntctiv'c, durable piece of furniture. Special prices entire line from now now until iiftor the holidays. $ 35.00 a E. L. BARNES TOYS AND FIREWORKS Comfort Restaurant at FURNITURE, -- UNDERTAKING EMBALMING MRS. EMILY WARNER, Propr. at Cake Recipes, Christmas Cake CHRISTMAS CANDIES Do your shopping early j-a- Oyster Dinner Saturday, December 2 J. R. STEELE ALLEN'S s CASH GROCERY WELLS & STFELE ARMY GOODS GO TO TOYS AND DOLLS all kinds "WSE Chi Uij Fresh Meat, Hog Heads, Spare Ribs, Backbones We specialize in fresh meats and Groceries. C. W. YOUNG'S for good, now reliable, warm Army Goods, suitable for the severest winter weather, at reasonable prices. You will buy these goods if you see them. ALL HATS AT COST Do your Christinas shopping early while the stock complete m:..i.i s, a-- land-- ; of A. M. and Kobert Oakley nnd the Payne Heirs; on the West by the Iands of A. 31. and Elvia Hart. Said land will be old on a credit MONDAY, DECEMBER II, 1922, of six month.. Purchaser will bo at about the hour of one oVIoek p. required to execute bond with good m. (same bein the first ilay of the -- urety for the purchase price payregular term of the Rath County able .to the 3Iaster Commissioner at thu October term, the,re-- f, V.yi'2, in the abuve Myleil action, ; Master Comiiiiioner of saiil I Court, will on remk-rca-- the East by the Klvia Hart, I I hig-hes- t &;K.Sun J Court) at the front loor of the court Bath county, house in Ky., sell to the hiphe-- t bidder the following di scribed tract of land ivr' 'iiinjj 'IV j aero situate in Bath (..ui.ij, Kentucky, bounded on the North by a turnpike and dirt road, on the South by the lands of Clyde Younjj and Jlr-J- . Xtttie Cfark; on t und bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid. Bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment. LESLIE SHHOUT, 3L C. B. C. C. Thirty two inch dress Special 20c. Gingham, ICT:c00K36'e0. J I