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' THE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER, LEXINGTON. MU '
pake two THE Lexington Intelligencer A. W. ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. i ficient protein. Occasionally, verweight is due to disorders of certain glands, but generally it means overeating and lack of Issued weekly on F ridays. Sub- , exercise. cription $1.50 per year, payable i restricted diet given to re-i : strMy in advance. j , a .n;i,f on oa,:tv ho mart! ft A Feminine Victory , .1 . - j ii: I I V Entei ed'as second-class mail matter DOtn appetizing ana nmng uy v . . t. . - .v. I ; Km . .. ... , l tne i osiomce in imukiuu, snuri. Ml8- .J -.onnroUnn anrt Hip rVinirP! Iv , , 'of bulkv foods. With few ex All communications to jro into print 1 ceptions anyone can reduce both tn THE INTELLIGENCER must be! . . . ,nmfnrtaUv. , irnd - By FREDERICK HART. ,j. by McClur NSrpapr s nl!i i.l". What iId .vim think of .vmir res':" "Well. Mr Cutler. I hardly know. The early detection of sugar; if i run curry the Ninth rn ic nil 'in the urine is of great import-, n!'i- ,,,. The Kansas City Star insults For month, or vears this: "r,l'- ,lll(,s " ",m ! . . , . j- iince. r or monins or jeais in. f -fh num adoressod ns Charlie looked the intelligence of its readers may be the onjy symptom, and! gloomily at n. lire. He was a youm,' in a preface to Joseph Tumul-if t Js begun'earlv these cas- "' wl, "("M 1,1 li,'fi' zUmrv' 1,e tv's "WoodrOW Wilson As I ' -,m't ,.wavs d vvell Jh J lnl ... nul.er ordimuy ami m.as- ,. . f-t almost always ao veu. it SMmjg: i,i there whs something Know Him. By craftiness pe-eat point is to begin to diet . iiiui Ms manner that compelled a culiar to the Star, it con f esses 'erore he person is aware of cond glance; and that second glance that it is good business to pub-' ... d thj can be deter-1 sl"wwl 1tl,ll, "Is T""' ma,,ne.r T'"-T V , . , , . . , : Illness, ana mis tan ut utiei imleim,, repressed power. His clean- lish Jumultys book, nut lnsici-: mjned oniy uy examinations of ! ,-ut -mouth and chin belonged to no iously warns the reader that it e urjne onpe or twice each I ",,(lk iinrncter. His compunion was is mostly fiction, and not to be taken seriously because Star had guessed wrong many instances especially avarn:nnr,n. Cv0n when not ,vp:ir. l' ven more neiicate xesis t'e:are now easily made, and if peo in'rile can be induced to take these a !!' insrances especially. vamin,.ti0..s in the case of the blatant ;feeling si, both the frequency so n iiihii miiny years his senior; h line looking man of fifty, with a white mustache mid Imperliil. "Charlie." continued Mr. Cutler thoughtfully, "I've set my heart on having you elected district attorney. Ii'm h liost i hut needs lust such a man Roosevelt and the imperial P--ul(j te number of deaths fromi11 '"" Hl lo ft" but ,ne n(M,P' tentate. Leonard Wood, M. TV',. Vi i ....... nil,,.V, ipSS-! I"'''n'1 !,"nUp- . ,ml-v Uv0 i , wi'i U.s ml, and they stilt cling to tneir flt h::'li'iots. l'vticiilnrly in the Ninth. It bmks lind." Charles LivliiKStun nodded Kloomily. Ilis whol amhltioii centered around LEXINGTON his election to the coveted post which 1 I., . J .. . . 1 1.1 nn.t.ltlvn I n- ni'lllll , li III l nui mn uiiiuiiivm . , . . ; , . . i but his heart's desire was Involved. And Is Happening to Lexington, ,..(ir 1)ivllis Cutler the rtllU(:nter of People Every Week. j mini who whs now speaking In tones of discouragement, tilled hi heart as bis political ambition did hla mind. He loved her, and was aware that she returned the tfeniltuetif ; but there wan Of the many metropolitan pa- tinpd pers publishing this book, the Star is probably the only one HAPPENED IN unwilling to let its readers draw their own conclusions nvf-d Mm. In 'ii te was too iiiuill. Now that his InU'.le was over Up wanted his reward. . "Well, my boy, I don't fee any oh jeriinii If Philli. doesn't." suid the .o!, I. you won your victory and '.mi ti.-.M-nc In i'. Tj tell Jyu the truth. I ilhln'i think you'd do' it, for the Ninth seemed (lead against us. I couldn't siir-lo help yotf. I'd (,'ive somethluB to know what awunj it yinir way." Into the roeni there Inirst Phyllis i liiiiulnm: hii ppy Phyllis. -uli. diiiiily. l was listening nte : I'm so glad you want Charlie us iiiueh as I do. And I'm so happy: And listen." She drew the two men eotili ileM'ally to her. "1 curried the Ninth iny-elf." 'What?" Colonel Cutter could hard ly lielleve his ears. "es, I dlrl. You men were help less I knew that but doil't forget tinit we women have votes and inllu ence and every girl in the Ninth is a personal friend of mine! Social Lposilion does help, sometimes. I talked to ile-m and ronvinced them that Charlie wiif the man. and they voted for him and mmli their men friends vole for him. Thiii's all." "Oh!" Colonel Culler's voice was amazed, "ml what argument did you use: Hid you tell them what a wonderful thing it would be for the town and all Umt sort of thing':" "I .did not! I told them I told them lm 'harlle and I couldn't g' t married unless he was eleeied and i..., ... i, i... i . ' Ann KTTttrb first R n H H IB . k I H'A 4UC4IV b mu 1 jr at m iuf m m. m m m 3 A s 1 1 ? V How to Avoid Diabetes. Columbia, Mo., Nov. 1. Di abetes is a disease seen chiefly after the age of 35 years, though it may occur at any age, accord ing to Dr. M. P. Ravenel of the School of Medicine of the Uni versity of Missouri, president of the American Public Health As sociation. Apparently diabetes is on the increase in the United States, and it is estimated that itne million persons suffer with diabetes in this country. It is a disorder of nutrition, the earli est manifestation of which is The case told below is not an uncommon thing. The same oc curs frequently and will contin ue to ht.ppen as long as folks have kidneys and overtax the kidneys. W. E. Tarlton, retired farm er, 2008 Main St., says: "I am no use Kpeaklng to her gtero father unless he could point to a strong poel tinn honorably won. He must win that flection! And yet without the all-lni-portnnt Ninth ward the social center of the city he wai helpless. And he had no aoela! ponitloti. He a man pi'St seventy-Seven years bd come from the country nve years nfnrra wD nT,.,ar,,Klnrt ""f'"'' n superhuman struggle a great deal with kindey weak ness. Every muscle in my back was sore and lame and sharp twinges of pain would often , cntz-Vi mm in thp small nf mv the appearance of sugar m the back M fcM weak urine. The underlying cause , H . fte secreation3 were high. injury to the pancreas, probably ,y &nd contained sedi. by infections of various kinds. & m .uu,.w "utiii pills and bought some at cause is errors of d;et. eapecial-MarshaIr;J Vrug stQ Re,ief ty me exressne u,e oi foll()Wed and it was not and starch. lo befoj.e Doan.g Kjdney pil,g Tersons who are much over-. cured mo in good shapCt , weight are especially Jiable to crtainI think Doan's are a the disease and it is rarely seen fine m remedy in those who are below- the av- fiQCi at a d(.alerg Fostei,Mil. erago normal weight. A tenden- bu.n Q Mf Buffal x y cy to the disease may be inher-; i iu v.t:., in lieu, aim uio uu,.K..,B iu j. am, Sandfard S,.I erSf I ,.-t he elected, and I can't ask your families in which it has occur- , . i.-r,, pif... 'h"- 'f"- the thing I want so much." red should avoid use of starch ; day eyen. to attend tte A and sugar, and keep i themselves Mslvention. below normal weight; In reduc , y Q yyu ing weight diet and exercise are , . p , , . . . . . rp, .. .and Warner Bishop drove to the important factors. The di-'v t c ' , , , . . : Kansas ( ;tv Sunday to atteni et should be reduced only under ., . . T , , , i the Amtncan Legion conven- the advice of a competent phy- .. sician or dietetist. The reduc- ing diet fhould not be arduous : or weakening. Fat cannot be made out of nothing, and nor mal weight can be maintained For Infants and Childrea by adjustment of the food m-! n Use For Over 30 Years take to the needs of the body. The body nitrogen must always' be safeguarded by giving suf-. practice he had become acquainted wlili Col. Hubert Cutler, and through blm hot met PhylllN met her and lost his heart to her. all on the same eve iiin?. And now he tvh candidate for district attorney In opposition to the inaihine! It was an honor; hut what a dNgrnee If he lost ! And he needed the Ninth to win. Colonel Cutler had already conlesscd his inability to swing that deciding ward. The two men sst In silence. Then Livingston row and bade the colonel good-night. As ' he was passing out through the entrance hall he henrd light step behind hint and a voice that be knew and loved called softly: "Charlie !" "Yes, Phyl?" He allowed some uf bis discouragement to creep Into his voire. "Charlie, I heard all that you and daddy suld. Is It so Important to carry the Ninth ward?" "It's vital, dear, and if It isn't done ONE OF EARTH'S OLD STORIES Almosc All Peop'es Hav Hud Somi Legjnd Corcming "the Man in th Moon." The storywnf "the mnn In the me n" Is very old. Nearly everyone the wi.rl I over know of the cood-nntured ! I gentleman who watches frmn nfi:r bv night to see that all (toes well on :hi glohe. In many picture the mimn is to l,e svflti with a broad, smiling ( (' looking down on enrth. The pivscnee of "the irmn in t' moon" wa accounted for by the Clisl define. Kgyjitians. fJreekw rud I'.oumi -willl difl'ei enl stories. All I be stn- . however, agreed In that the nisti Vik liBiii-hed to the moon for mi'ieeonilti r coi'duel on earth. Rut he evidentl..' (Ihln't object to the'channe shod . On the contrary, h's smile would seei i to imlh.-'to thai he was h!u? I plenscd w Pli his new surr luiiding. And ho' sti'i smil'iig. The moon must he a good ptH-e to live mi. P.ut i -myhe tl old aenileuian smiles heintise of whet he sees. Who wouldn't? The must triolein ti.ry. tl'migh It N hundreds of years old. Is that of tb' old mnn who went to n foivst to eel lei t wood for his fire. It wnf Sunday. Iut still he needed warmth. anjfiJ met him returning with his liiindle on his shoulders, ard iis'ied b't.' f he hn I forgotten It was Sundiiy. when nil ne i should rest. The wrnry old man re pl ed that Sunday mid M.i: -!n.- vrev alike C him. as he bad to " ,-rk eveiy day to feed ami warm himself. Tl. ' anirel kiiIiI that as he coiild n ! ohseno S'undiiv on enrth lie sho't'-l observe "Moonday" In heaven forever. : o no the mnn In the uioon N s: s en in a clear night, with the fairnt of woo I on his shou'''er. -rrrrr,r - pkh o ent. AVcieta'jlcPrepafatioa&rAj': .datinSlhcroodbyE .ncStomadtsand Minprat. NOT iwiv - , Sen" , (M and FtrvcrlshncsS an 1 mssSk For Infanfo rr.d Children. "others Know That 8 Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. rut ciktaus comnmi. tarn roes cm. CASTORIA Always the Signatur ONIT A Hand Embroidered Under Garments Made in the Philippine Islands McCAUSLAND'S The girl iu the dim hallway Kls-e.l him. 'Tion't be discouraged, dear. If toddy won't have you unless you're llstrirt attorney, why we'll Just have fike you district attornev, that's !!.' i. .". pl-ji!"--bn Moiled, iu spite of i,.' d.f ixirxgeiiiiit, ut her impnlslve--"I ctin'r get any inriuence in the v ' 'l''." iiuo hine has prevented ;eir fitii.er the only one I know in thm sr-l from using his Influence. Hj ,!!,, and o am I. I must n.dr the best tiglu thut I know how 'h:f' nil anyone oa do." I'hariie. dear, don't be discouraged. ; It !! all mine right jint you wult!" AM iMi tlies words and a parting kl-s he was gone. ' Hut elfitii.i, rime approached I Ctsrles Livingston wa forced to con t f- to rmiiM:!!' that all whs coming far , from right. Hl s-anding and person '; aiity insured him an even break ! 'hro'ighout itie city except In the fatal j Ninth rd. There rhere would be Just I enough j'iir.r Mm to swing the ee-- t'on o his r,;,p.er.r. Hp went through the wor predir.g rhe momentous duy mechanlrairy. r,d when election day Itself cam rff.d he net himself to watch t h- r- ,m t0i-al reslg- natloii. , He a in bm otlue at!' Iha' night having eaten nothing xim-e breakfast. His faithful secretary and a few friends were with blm. Most of the returns were In. and the results showed what everybody knew-that the Ninth would swing the balunce one way or the other. His secretary turned to answer the leloplione.- "Itere conies the Ninth, chief:" he cried In a slinking voice. Ili-.l i aim nere goes our cnance." replied Livingston. Hut even as the words were on his Hps, the secretary uttered a cry of triumph. "Chief Chief! You carried the Ninth by l.Kim: e win! We win!" The shock of the unexpected Words threw Livingston off his mental bal ance for an instaiit. When he recov ered himself be heard wild footsieps on the stairs and a great shouting in the streets. The city was celebrating Ids election and his friends were rush ing to congratulate hint. He had won! Very late thai night, when, the hist well-wisher hud retired and the Inst rocket had sputtered and died. Living ston went Into tlie i i where he hut before consulted with Cnluiiel Cutler, He had come to the Cutler house in re.. .cue Ills friends, n the coluiii'l hud United States Embassies. A glance at the names of the few countries where the United Slate--miiiisler Is approprliilcly installed ic bis' official mnnsloii bet rays a rathe l'cccl:tvle cl'icce. tliMi.-iii i ,' Loudon. Paris. Ituine. we tind diplomatic resi dences In ftiingkok, Pekin and Moroc co. The levMlinti at Pe'.ii: Is .: rtictt larly creditable, being uf siib-;ni;i,;! masonry and placed tu a spacious 'or pound. That so worthy a reservalb i should hiive been ai iiil: cd i:i :'.:e Ium:'. of pekin inlglil strike the liaveler cu riously. When did congress become I s generously well disposed toward our diplomat In China? The rather (haine-faced answer Is that we never bought It. In the boxer riiellion of 1900, United States marines occupied that particular piece of -territory, and. in a sense, they hrve occupied II ever since. Terressa Long In World's Work. The Millenniunj. t Millennium Is : term applied In theology to the thousand years dur ing which Satan will be bound and the martyred saints live nnd reign with Christ Hevelntlims L'0:.'t. This long triumph Is to be preceded by the decisive vl'tory of Christ met' the adversary, nnd followed b a general resurrection and the 'tempor ary release of Satan : then comes the last judgment and the new heaven and new earth lievehilintis L'!l:'.'1. Attempts to tlx the date of the ad veel. the second coming, the dawn of the millennium have been proved by lapse of time to hne been failures. Some of the dates that buve been fixed for the beginning of the millen nium have been 17S.ri, by a man mimed Stilling; ISnr,. hy Ilengel ; IS-tt. by MlPer: 1in. 1W7 and 18tJM, by Dr. Cumiv'ng. TRADERS BANK , H A Hank of Deposit and Discount. Drafts, Domestic and Foreign Letters of Credit. Travelers Checks, and Foreign Ex change on all Countries of the World. H We are endeavoring to do our piirt toward the Cultivation of Thrift Habits in thv? Community; we have a Savings De partment for wage earners and children, The Landis Christ mas Sa vines Club. $100 Clubs. We sell Liberty Bonds, Treas ury Certificates, and Baby Bonds, and do what we can to help the ambitious to captilize self denial and economy. H Safe deposit boxes and filing cabinets for the safe keep ing of valuable papers or our customers. H We are always pleased (o serve. Traders Bmk LKXINGTON, MISSOURI r mi i i r s , "v i L Pi ps" iyL;LSi .'. til 11 rJ it (I II "1 Mil it h A j on your Ssntaib vim to mm Two Ruemblancn. 1 She I Hd you ever see the two Jackson? He Yes. "ton't you think the boy Is a jierfeci photoiraph of his dither?" "Yes; and 1 think the girl K (he phonograph of her mother." Well Named. Professor (endeavoring to I hi; ni oil class Cie ti llultloti of eynlc).- Young mi.li, what would you mil man who preieiuN to know cuo-v-thltig? Senior- A iinVssor '. - Lehigh Hurr, Reserve your berth soace in throusJh Pullman on The California Limited or The Missionary, so you can stop at least two days at the Canyon en route to California or, iake The Navajo or The Scout. The trails are open all the year. You will find summer at the river, 6000 feet below the rim. El Tovar Hotel and Bright Angel Cottages never close. You will enjoy every minute of this detour, rrcd Harvey meals all the way. Wrltt, pKoot w oil tad ti ma fc.lp pita your trip. Aik tor "Grnd Cnro OntlaO" sad Cclilorait Pleura Bom," GEO. W. HAGENBUCTI Division IWnger Agent, J19 Walnut St. Kansas City. M0. V, ' ;:X... r- i' vy-f X 'X -'V Advcriisc in the InlellifTenccr '-zz-'-za