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Thompson, St. Marys, Ohio, was in Columbia recently. Mrs. V. Sullivan, of Campbellsvile, was here a few days of last week. Mr. liobt, Gowdy and air. R. J. Lyon, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. Messrs. Braxton Massie, C. S. Harris and Barksdale Hamlett went to Louisville last Tuesday. Judge Rollin Hurt arrived 'from Frankfort tiie latter pate ot last week and will spend the holidays at horag Prof. G. L. Crumeand wife left Friday for 'Vine Grove. Hardin county, where they will spend the holidays. - -- . t Mrs. Pinkie Davis, who visited her sist'erT Mrs. Beacham, at Lebanon, the first of the week, has returned home. Mrs. Annie E. Woodall, teacher of Music and Expression, Lindsey-Wi- l son, has gone to Nashville for the holidays. Misses Sue King, Mabel Ewen, Evelyn Clark, Cormeu Belcher, EliarGilt ner, all teachers in the Graded school, are spending the holidajs at their respective homes. Mrs. Chapman Browning, who spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Carsie Hammonds, Lexington, has returned to her home, Milltown She was accompanied by her little son, Frank. Mr. Lee Flowers, of Wichita Falls, Texas,and who Is in the Aviation Corps, and who visited his relatives and friends here, left for his post of duty- - last Thursday. Lee is looking well and his friends in Adair county r "8 wererglad to see him, after an absence of Ave years. Prof. Paul G. Chandler, who is a Sergeant at Camp Zachary Taylor, came home on a furlough and spent two days of last week in Columbia, meeting many of his former pupils and friends. He is looking well and is evidently enjoying the life of asildier. He was glad to meet his friends and his friends were glad to see him.. The teachers were paid two months salary last Saturday. gifts call on For useful and nice Christmas McLean Bros. expects a large The Lindsey-Wilso- n Influx of pupils at the January opening. vJack Young killed hog last Thursday that lan China netted 500 pounds Mrs. Houston Green died at Fair-pla- y last Saturday eighty years old. weekT She was Christmas giving will not be indulged in as much this year as usual. Every body considers it a duty to conserve. The Lindsey-Wilso- n and the .Graded school closed last Thursday until the January opening. . jt Visit X-m- as us before purchasing presents, Toys and Dolls. McLean Bros. k Mrs. W. H. Jones, of Cane Valley, died last Sunday afternoon. She was quite an old lady and respected by all who knew her. - The annual C. W. B M. Day program will be given by the Missionary Society and the Mission Band Sunday evening ao 6:30 Dec.450. The people of Columbia should make up their minds to attend .each night the week of prayer. There will, be many interesting topics discussed. Mechanics have resumed work on . the Buchanan Lyon Garage, and the work will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible. The Arm hopes to be in the building in.a very few weeks. Quite a number of Bus3ell county soldiers reached here last Tuesday night, en route home, on furloughs, from Camp Zachary Taylor A number of Adair County boys will arrive this week The boys who are coming in oih seem delighted, but they are not nigh so happy &s their parents "While they .have been from home only a few months It Beems a long long time to the old folks. lur-loug- hs -- The amendment Lo the Constitution calling for nation wide prohibition BASIL RICHARDSON passed the House last Monday with 23 She was a. victim of pneumonia. votes to spare. Toe foVow ing day the Senate coucurrred in the action of the A Candidate for State Senator in AH persons indebted fo Wheat Housed The question will now be Glasgow District. & Williams, Montpelier, Ky., will submitted to the Legislatures of the please call and settle at once, as States of the union for ratification and if three fourths of them vote in One of the State's Foremost Lawthey "are closing out yers and Most Exemplary favor of it, in seven jears the United ", Sheriff S. H. Mitchell, of Adair States will be bone dry. Citizens. county, went to. Frankfort last week, Th6 Farmers Tobacco Ware settled with the Auditor, and was A commission as' Aiayjor in the given his quietus. ,, He was the nine- House Co., of Campbellsville, United States Array,, wjiich was re a settlement Ky.,yvill teenth Sheriff to make close sales Friday Dec. cently issued to senator R. Ballard 21st, for the holidays. Will Trijrg, ot the QUsgpw district, made S. H. Grinstead & Co , up to this time, have shipped twice as many open to receive Tobacco Thurs- necessary his resignation as a state turkeys from this place as they did day Dec. 27th and receive sales officer, antTtl.e friends of ncn. Basil Ti'chardson, of Glasgow, have induced last year or any other year in the past. Wednesday, Jan. 2nd 191 8. him to enter the race to succeed to Other produce dealers here have also Sam Bottom, 'shipped in large numbers. , the vacancy, an election to fill which Supervisor of Sales. having been called for 3an. 3 by Gov. Solid gold and gold filled JewStanley, Mr. Sam floor elry. Guaranteed rings, Lavil-lier- s, Manager of Bottom, who is "the loose Ordinarily The Favorite would have the Campbellsville gentleman's sets, chain leaf house, is a man after our own no interest in a race for the election knives, manicure sets, etc at heart, ne never has a good article of of a state senator outside of this dis- anything but iie remembers the Adair trict save that of a good citizen's inMcLean Bros. County News. Last Tuesday he sent tereat in seeking all offices filled by in teliigent, capable men, and with no The voters of Ad air county should the writer a few hands of choice chew- wisli to intrude advice upon the vonot overlook the election for a" State ing tobacco which was duly appreci- ters of both parties in the three Senator which will take place Thurs- ated Here is to his good health and splendid counties invplved Barren, day, January 3. Turn out every, voter his friends good health, and" may they Metcalfe and Adair we shall straightand support Mr Basil Richardson, live long and prosper, as the days way hope that Basil Richardson will " who will make us a very able repres- come and go. have no opposition from either party entative. ana we could write a parrot dumb N For, Sale. giving reasons for this view. The snow hasabout disappeared. One good 150 egg capacity incubator M r.' Eichardson is a Democrat, but While it was on the ground the weath- and Brooder v he is also a patriot; Mr. Richardson is er was very cold, and the snow was a Mrs. Cecil M Black. a partisam, but his zeal run3 to the God send to the wheat crop. The straight, square, open deal for rich crop would have been greatly damaged Malons, Texas. and poor, ne has money, in fact is in had- - it not been protected. splendid condition financially, as was Please find enclosed check for 84.00 his excellent father before him, but Fob Sale. Mammouth Bronze turto cover the amount due and pay in the same-thinwould be true had he keys. Pure bred, large bone, beautiadvance. Thanking you for jour been born as poor as Lazarus Thrift, plummage.' Price reasonable. ful kindness in regard to the matter, I energy and as fine a quality of comMrs. Josh Butler, beg to remain, mon sense as any man ever inherited Columbia, Ky. Yours Respt., stamped Basil Richardson a success M. M Traylor. from the hour of his birth. OpporMr. Walter Elrod has sold his resi tunity to prosecute a course of study dence, in Eussell Heights, to Mr. W. Married. in one of the leading colleges of TenE. Williams, who is now in possession. nessee, where he was graduated from Consideration, $1200. Mr. Elrod reLas'fc Friday afternoon, Mr. Jas P. the literary department and later to moved to the dwelling, owned by Mr. J. T. Page, on the other side of the Petty and Miss Anna Davis were complete a study or law in one of the married at tiie home of Mr. Sidney leading law schools of the country, was pike. Davis, Burkesville. The groom is a only an incident, as he would have as much had he been withOnly 5 per cent questionnaires mail- sonof Mr J. N Petty, who lives at Inroad, Adair county, and the par- out a penny at the beginning. ed on Dec. 15th 1917, 30.,par cent each Mr. Richardson would make day thereafter will be mailed, except ents of the bride live in suburbs of on Sundays, and legal Holidays, until Burkesville- - Tin) eouplq will probably kind not met with every the entire amount is mailed, the last reside with tlecro')m's father this day. He possesses actual ability and would fight a regiment for any cause 50 per cent being mailed on Jan. 9th, coming year. 1918 measure or man he conceived worthy Don't Want Much; of his1 efforts. When sucli men refuse" The- - new sheriff and his deputies to hold office theyought to be drafted. will have some riding over the county, Columbia. Ky. When they consent to hold office it is Dec. 17, 1917. commencing as soon as he is inducted a hopeful sign. into office, as circuit court will open Dear Santa Claus: If sent to the senate, and it would the third Monday in January. The I want a auto, and 1 want a sled and be a reflection upon the intelligence! two jurors and many witnesses will I want a blackboard and all kinds of of aspjendid district to question that fruit and all kindsof candy. I love he will be, Basil Richardson will renv be to summons. Santa, and want him to come to see der the state high-clas- s service,both in Read the page advertistment of me. I live on the Stanford road. My committee work and upon the tioor of Buchanan Lyon Co , in to day's News. name is, Hugh Harris. the senate. They are showing you how to buy a Six years old. war stamp and are telling you what Wanted. the Government xwill pay you for it. Announcement. It would be a good, paying investFoxes $2 50 to $5.00" each Sehd We desire to state to the patrons of ment. To learn all the details, read them to W. T. nodgen, Campbells the Adair County News that wo ifave ville, Ky. the ."ad." located our rollers and on January 2, All members of Columbia'Lodge,No. 1918, we start with a eight page pad Captain January. 96. Free and Accepted Masons, are per. We are compelled to issue a four hereby notified to meet in the hall on page paper this week, "but our troubles This story is high-clasin every parThursday evening, December 27th, at being over, we feel sure that our sub- ticular It was written by' Laura E. 7:15 o'clock. The date will be the an- scribers will appreciate our situation Richards and dramatized by Mrs. Annual election of officers and it is im- knowing that the short comings will nie E. Woodall, teacher of music and portant that all the members be pres- be made up in the fu&ure. We wilN Expression, Lindsey-Wilso- n School, not lose an issue on account of and the play was given in the chapel G. A. Kemp, Master. ent. . Christmas festivities. Our next is of that Institution lasc Tuesday even sue, as above stated, will be January ing, to a crowded audience. Press Ray, former County Court Clerk of Jefferson county, has been re- - L2, 1918 As an elocutionist Mrs. Woodall has commended by Senators Beckham and but few superiors, and she readily Notice, Election Officers. , discerns the 'talent in her pupils, and James and Congressman Shirley for Surveyor of the Port, Louisville, to they are rapidly advanced. A special election will be held on succeed 'Mr. Einkead, deceased. He There were perhaps as many as Mr. Thursday, January 3, 1918, for the thirty characters in this pl?.y, and will evidently be appointed. Ray's father wrs a native ot Metcalfe purpose of electing a State Senator! while each and every one deserve spefor the district conposed of the co"un- - cial notice, so well did county. they act rties of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe, to parts, for lack of space we can their only filLout the unexpired term of Hon. R give a general notice, Mr. E. K. Young has removed to but separate B. Trigg, who has resigned. As will compliments were perfuse at the close Columbia and is occupying the resi- be seen jfrom the News.Hon. Basil of the play. was the judgment of dence he recently purchased of Mr. Eichardson, of Barren county, (s the all in attendance Sandusky. Mr. JTilden Wllcoxsin, Jo that the best only announced candidate. entertainment,, given by local talent", who bought Mr. Young's farm, has We are directed by Sheriff S 11. ever pulled off in Columbia! The perremoved from Green county to it. Mitchell to state that the same elec- formers all knew their parts, He is a fine citizen and our people are tion officers In Adair county, who ser- well were they drilled, not a and so glad to have him and his family. mistake ve at the November election, will was made Mrs Woodallis to be The Bed Cross Chapter at Eussell serve at this called election for Jan- congratulated, and all who took part uary 3,1918 Springs is rapidly growing. At a should rest assured that their efforts meeting, and at the were unanimously praised. Did, Not Suicide. close of a stirring address, delivered The story is very pathetic and tenby Eld. Gwinn, fifty new names were der hearts could not help swelling The information received at this with, emotion as the-- old light-hous- e added, bringing the membership, up to 173. Eld. Gwinn also spoke at office, stating.that Luther Antle had keeper and Star Bright told llieir stoJamestown, and the Chapter at that suicided, in France, was evidently in- ries. place now has 103 members. correct.. We have a letter from SenThe play is worth" repeating, and ator Robt Antle, who is an uncle of we trust that it will again be billed Mr. Walla.W. Cook, whose parents Luther Antle, and in his letter he for some evening jn the" future. live at Esto, Russell county, and who encloses one he received from his At Interval the college brass 'baud, is a soldier in United States army.has nephew.jyritten in France and date lead by Mr.' Walter Sullivan, dis been transferred from Camp Zachary Nov. 26t 1917. At the time this letter. coursed delightful music, A-H Taylor, 336 Infantry, to the. Aviation waswrittenTLuther was in fine health. J. Senator Antle does not believe the Field, San Antonla, Texas. He has 'i For Sale. many friends in Columbia where he story, all indications pointing to its lived "for more than a yeah Those falsity. We are glad that Luther, is Six good mules, flye coming three -; .wrio know him best say that there is living, doing.good service for years old, one ten. . 1 miles east Cane nob a doubt-bu- t he will make good as try, and ip also gives us' pleasure to' Valley. S.L.Banks- .correct the mistake;--an aviator. rs-t- f I -v vv A daughter of Mr. J. P. Aaron, Crocus, this, county died a few days ago. 3S 8-- r AN EYE WITNESS BRIEFLY TELLS If you want the Adair County News at $1.00 per year, pay what you now owe, and add $1.00 for Haifa Hundred People Killed ?l a year's subscription in advance before Jan., 1st 1918. Unless -ShspherdsvHU.. our patrons are willing to do this, we shall be compelled after Jan., I0RRSBLE WRECK. the Story. DAILY PAPERS WILL HAVE FULL ACCOUNT. ! occurred in Kentucky happened at Shepherdsvillo, Bullitt county, last Thursday' evening about (i o'clock. More than liftj men, women and children were suddenly and without the slightest warning .killed The Bardstown Accommodation train was run into by the No. 7 South bound fast train which was running an about fifty miles an hour, and more Hon. Basil Eichardson has been nominated by the Democratic Comthan an hour and a half late. The writer, in company with Mr, mittee in this the 19th district for C S. Harris, was on the train running State Senator to fill out the unexpired from Louisville to Greensburg, and term of non E. B. Trigg. It Is said was about fifteen or twenty minutes that he will not have opposition from behind No. 7. On arriving at the the Republican ranks. Election the scene of the disaster the Bardstown 3rd of January. .train was found to be demolished and Died at Camp Cody Menning. the many dead and wounded were N One of the most horrible and distressing railroads accidents that ever 1st to raise the price to $1.50 per year and furnish the paper to those only, who are willing to support a publication that is worthwhile. We are taking off the list as fast as we can all who have not paid up in advance. If you fail to get the paper and want it continued, don't get mad but just pay up like a good fellow. If we take any off by mistake, let us know at once and we shall correct the error. g 8-- tf - s -- two since at Camp Cody Menning, New Mexico. The sender of the message wanted to know where to ship the body. The father of the young man removed to Iowa with his family less than one year ago, and it was from that State the young man enlisted. Mr. Blair will return with his family from Iowa to Adair county, and they are now supposed to be on the way. This sad intelligence will be heart rending to the mother and father. When the deceased son left Iowa for the army camp they were at the depot to bid him good bye. They The Income Tax. wrote a letter to the News asking the prayers of the Christian people for the In a communication received by safe return of their son. May God this paper, Collector of Internal Rev- comfort them in their great sorrow, is enue, T. Scott Mayes, announces that the wish of their Adair county friends. a Jbederal income-ta- x officer will be. sent into this county and will bo at II is Christmas Time. Casey Creek, January 14th and 15th, Farmers' Bank; Columbia, January 17th to 28th, inThis is a time when religious people clusive, Court House; and those who have the milk of human Gradyvilie, January 29th and 30th, kindness in their hearts, should turn" Gradyville State Bank; ready and their attention to those who are not willing to help persons subject to the fortunately situated. The poor we income tux make out thoir returns have with us always, those who are without any cost to them for their not able to make gifts, many perhaps who are not in condition to satisfy services. How many income-ta- x pa ers will the longings of their own children, there-b- e in this county? ir you can and these children, if their hearts guess how many married persons liv- are made glad, will have to be visited ing with wife or husband will have, by good Samaritans. Would it not net income of $1,000 or over this year, be a Christian act to start an investithen you know The Collector of In- gating committee, whose duty it ternal Revenue estimates that there would be to learn if there were any will be 250 taxpayers m this county. real poor children in the .suburbs of Returns of income for the year Columbia, and if any are found see 1917 must be made on forms provided that the various Churches and Sunday for the purpose before Maich 1, 1918 scliools relieve their necessities? A Because good many people "don't religion that fails to make a man feel understand the law and won't know like giving to the unfortunate, is not packing how to make out their'' returns the worth around. Besides, Government is sending in this expert those who are everlasting selfish ai e to do it for them. Bub the duty is- on known to the community, and a pray -the taxpayer to make himself known er from such so called religionists, is to the Government. If he dosen't not worth the time it takes to say it. make return as required before March Go out and do something for your fel1 he may have to pay a penalty rang low creatures,and when your work ing from $20 to 31,000, pay a fine or go upon'earth is finished, and you reach to jail, So if you don't want to take the" golden gate, it will be opened, by chances on going to jail you better St. Pter, who will say "that when call on the income-taman. If you you were in the low land of sorrow are not sure about being subject to you were continuously helping your the tax, better ask him and make unfortunate neighbors, and now that sure. Whether you see the income-ta- x you have reached the pearly gate, I man or notyou must make return will permit you to enter and take a seat in the celestial city, there to reif subject to tax. main with the redeemed forever and x I some of the sight, more horrified by the groans of wounded. The depot was immediately turned in a morgue, and the writer assisted in placing forty-fou- r dead bodies irllo the building. Many others were reported dead and dying. Among those killed were members of the Phillips family, Bardstown, who were closely related to Mrs'. Ray Conover, of this place. There were many prominent people of Bardstown and Springfield, known to the writer, who were suddenly dashed to destruction. The full details of this horrible affair will be in the daily papers. scattered aloDg the track, the grue- News has just been received here, atating that Estelle Blair, who was a son of Mr. Jo C. Blair, died a day or Jt s rece- nt-patriotic You have often seen bright faces of The Farmers Home Journal Is recog children, but the happiest ones the nized as the leading farm paper of writer ever saw was at a show winthe State. Every farmer should sub- dow. Two little girls were looking scribe for it. We have made a special in"the window, filled with choico arrangement with the publisher of the Christmas toys. They had no money Farmers' Home Journal by which and no one to whom they could go for that paper and the Adair County it. They wanted a toy. A few dimes News are. put in reach of all. Here It supplied them, and for the gift they looked up, their faces ablaze with and said: "Oh, sir. I - Farmers' H. Journal, per year $1.00. happiness thank you,. I thank you " The donor Adair County "News per year 81.00. 31.65. felt as happy as he had made tliu 'Both one year for proposition will be good for children and when ha .retired lor the This night he slept undisturbed, Knowing several weeks. Subscribe now. that he had done a Christian act. Long prayers without action never Wanted. The United States Government want3 100,000 white oak and get higher than the man's "headr who hickory spokes delivered at once to are saying them. Sandusky- Bros., yard - h Bargain. forever." his-coun- - at Columbia. paid in accordance JL keep on hands a fall stock i& coffins, caskets, and robes. I also ke4p with our previous advertisement. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and , For Sale. Two pair coming two Pwo hearses. We keep extraJargt; year eld mare mules. Extra good, casKets. frompt service nignti or aaj. o heavy andfancy for age. 15i Eesidence Phone 29, office phone l&S f 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triplett, hands high. Coluxnbla, Ky. uurtis liarnerry, 'Cane Valley K7. . THE ;ADAlg, COUNTY1 NEVfc $1700 Highest prices lS-lt- " ? - $ gVt3agS.gaiMaJ nMMMaMlrt"MwtWMMBMwvtaHHMMMflW)NMWnvHKFlKSai of tho "Crfffi ( i. VKia fc,-- ' 8Bg&aMgass ) - . nl'iiif " -- -r frF-V- " Cftrased tEelfrldcrs amTreaefiecTthe - too .. - ii. PHb'IIsE6sl Un Wednesdays At Gblunv6iai Keivtacky"' - ? MARKSDALE HAMLETT, Editor. "iTotl know trie" ifiy of the land down there, Mr. Elliot We'll lower you," d rcided Macdonald, who took command ns a matter of course. Gordon presentlystood beside Sheba on the little plateau. She had quite v Democratic nevrapsper devoted to the Interest of the City of Colombia nd tho doodI of Adair and adjoining counllei. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter Port-offi- ce aa second SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE IL1VUJN SjSS. ..r sH 9 KrK am. H. B 77K&Zr7Z CZ F 2Z&M JV&JEZffifr br TJTllllam llcAli J ! HMAMMacLEOD PAINO Copyright, MacLeod Ralne. 1907, IrilJV i SYNOPSIS.- WED. DEC 26, 1917 ANNOUNCEMENT -- FOR SENATOR We are authorized to announce Hon. Basil Richardson, of Baaren county, a Democratic candidate for the State Senate in the district composed pf the counties of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe, to fill out the unexpired term of Hon R. B. Tritfg, who has resigned. Election, January 3. -- "CHAPTER I As a representative a of the government Gordon Elliot Is way to Alaska to investigate coal claims. On the boat he meets and becomes interested In a fellow passenger whom he learns Is Sheba O'Neill, also "eolng in." Colby Macdonald, active head of the syndicate under Investigation, comes aboard. Macdonald le attacked by mine laborers whom he had discharged, and the actlvelntervention of Elliot probably saves his life. CHAPTER II Elliot and Macdonald become in a measure friendly, though the latter does not know that Elliot is on a mission which threatens to spoil "plans of Macdonald to acquire millions of dollars through the unlawful exploitation of immensely valuable coal fields. Elliot also "gets a line" on the position occupied by Wa,ly Selfridge, Macdonald's right-han- d man, who is returning from a visit t "the States," where he had gone in an effort to convince the authorities that there was nothing wrong In Macdonald's' methods. CHAPTER in Elliot secures an introduction to Miss O'Neill and while 'the boat Is taking on freight the pair set out to climb a locally famous mountain. They venturo too high, and reach a position from which it- is impossible for 'Mls3 O'Neill to go forward or turn back. oir-hlland-grabbing - "I can't take lime to go back by the trough. The point is that I don't want you camped tip here after night There has been no sun on this side of the pnr and In the chill of the evening It must get cold even in summer." He was maklnfhis preparations as he talked. His coat ne took off and threw down. Ws shoes he tied by the laces to his fielt Til try not to be very long," he promised. "It's 'God's will then, so it is," she sighed, relapsing Into the vernacular. Her voice was low and not very steady, for theheart of the girl was heavy. She knew she must not protest his decision. That was not the way to jplay the game. But somehow the salt had gone from their -- r -- llUlf 3 4 Keep in "mind the fact that Bevo, being a soft drink, will freeze at 32 Fahrenheit just lik any-oth-er beverage. Be careful about this, as freezing affects the rich fullness of that delightful Bevo flavor which goes so particularly well with a meal or a bite to eat If Bevo were merely a summer beverag'e this warning might not be so timely; but, as all who drink it know non-alcoholic Bevo is an all -- year -- 'round drink Everybody enjoys it for more than just its qualities the pleasure it gives comes from its flavor, purity and wholesome nutritious-nes- s the enjoyment of these, qualities is independent of time or season-T- o get full pleasure out of Dutch lunches, Welsh rarebits, oysters, clams, lobsters, sausage, cheese ' and many other such delicious edibles, Bevo should be included. You will find Bevo at inns, cafeterias, restaurants, groceries, department and drug stores, soda fountains, dining cars, steamships, canteens, soldiers' homes, navy, and other places where refreshing soft drink beverages are sold. Your grocer will supply you by the case. Demand the genuine have the bottle opened in front of you see that the seal is unbroken covering the crown top and see that the crown too bears the Fox. thirst-quenching light-heart- ed Elliot took-hlittle hand in a warm, strong grip. "You're not going to be afraid. We'll work out all right, you er adventure. Gen. Pershing has upon several occasions complimented United States soldiers, in France, for daring bravery. There will be no further move by President Wilson in regard to the railroad situation .untiLaf-te- r the holidays. "It's not Just the thing. to leave a recovered from the touch of hysteria "Eetter give it up," he advised. lady In the rain when you take her that had attacked her courage. "Yon Til not, then." She smiled stub- for a walk, but it can't Be "helped. weren't long," was all she said.. bornly as she shook her head. We'll laugh about it tomorrow." "I met them coming," he answered Presently her fingers touched the Would they? she wondered, answer--" as he dropped the loop of the rope over felt lng his smile faintly?-- Her courage was her head and arranged it nnder her Gordon edged forward an inch or two farther. "Put your hand through the loop and catch hold of the leather above," he told her. She did so, and at the same instant her foot slipped, The girl swung out into space suspended by one wrist The muscles of Elliot hardened into steel as they responded to the strain. His body began' to slide very slowly down the - know." "Yes." x - Swung From the Ledge and Rose Jerkily la the Air. Congress will be at ease until incline. In a moment theacute- danger was the 3rd of January. Many of past Sheba had found a hold with the members have gone to ther her feet and relieved somewhat the dead pull upon Elliot respective homes. Germany is considering anoth er offer for peace. From Washington -- face that looked np Into his was very white. "Take your time," he said in a quiet, matter-of-fact She had not voiced a cry, but the way. With his help she came close enough we larn that there" will for him to reach her hand. After that be no peace until Germany is it was only a moment before she knelt on the plateau beside him; crushed. "Touch and go, wasn't it?" Sheba tried to smile, but the colorless lips The War office reports that told the young man she was still faint the Austro-Germa- n forces art from the shock. was going to reproach He knew ho attacking the Italians, and art himself bitterly for having led her into risk, but he could not making some gams, but their such a to waste his energies onjust now regrets! afford You might have sprained your wrist," losses are very heavy. he sajd lightly as he rose to examine the cliff still to be negotiated. The News extends greeting: Her dark eyes looked at him with quick surprise. "So I might," she to all its patrons, trusting tha' answered dryly. they may spend the holidays de But his indifferent tone had the effect upon her of a plunge into cold lightfully, keeping "sane and so water. It braced and stiffened her ber, remembering that we are cele- wilj. If he wanted to Ignore the terrible danger through" which brating the birth of the lowly passed, certainly she was not she had going to - Nazarene, the one who died that remind him of it Gordon was mountaineer enough to we might live. is a Holy time know that the climb up is safer than and should he so regarded b the one back. The only possible way for them to go down the trough was both saint and sinner. for him to lower her by the belt until she found footing enough to go alone. He did not quite admit it to himself, A convoy proceeding from a but in his heart he doubted whether British to a neutral port was suc- she could make it safely. The alternative was the clifCface. sapped. He. turned to the climb. "You've forgotten your coat" she reminded. 'Tm traveling light .this trip,- - You'd bettersl!p it on before you get chilled.wSheba knew he had left It on purpose for her. Her fascinated eyes followed him while he moved out from the plateau across the face of the precipice. He had none of the tools tor climbing no rope, no hatchet, none of the support of numbers. All the allies he could summon were his bare hands and feet, his resilient muscles, and his stoat heart Td make It worse, the Ice film from the rain coated every Jutting Inch of quartz with danger. - But he worked steadily forward, moving with the infinite caution of one who knows that there will be no chance to remedy later any mistake. A slight error in judgment the failure In response of any one of fifty muscles, would send him plunging down. Her eye left him for an instant to sweep the gulf below. She gave a little cry, ran to his coat, and began to wave it For the first time since Elliot had begun to traverse she took tho initiative In speech. "I see some people away over to the left, Mr. JMlot Tm going to call to them." Her voice throbbed with hope. But It was not her shouts or. his, which would not have carried the distance, that reached the group In the valley. One of them caught a glimpse of the wildly waving coat There was a consultation and two or three fluttered handkerchiefs In response. Presently they -- - shoulders. He showed her how to relieve part of the strain or the rope on her flesh by using her hands to lift from "AH ready?" Macdonald-calle- d above, ' "All ready," Elliot answered. To Sheba he said, "Hold tight" The girl was swung from the ledge She "and rose Jerkily In the air. laughed gaylyvdown at her friend be-- Bevo is sold in bottles only, and is bottled exclusively by Anheuser-Busc- h St. Louis CHATTANOOGA. TENN. 3L Chattanooga Beverage Co. Distributors low. Gordon followed her a couple of minutes later. She was waiting to give him a hand over the edge of the cliff. Continued next week "It's fun." utomo Die Line. Transportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. The Regular Line from Columbia to Campbellsville is mmmtnmmmmmmynmm owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his employe safe and reliable drivers. G. R. Reed . M. Tutt TUTT & REED RTT.AT, Address, ESTATE DEALERS W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. Offer the following Property for Sale: JFARM Of 304 acres, 9 mijes from .Columbia, on Green river, l.mile from pike now 52 acres river under construction. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outPrice buildings, 2 good orchards. 85,000. . Louisvll Incorporated nn Hate one-ten- th " EUR03?ELlSr IPLAJST $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Both. " $1.50 and Up Rooms With It moved on. Sheba could 75 acres of land In sight of Columbia, not believe her 'eyes. Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres "They're not leaving ns surely?" she timber, fenced. $50 per acre. gasped. 124 acre farm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn "That's what they're doing," answered Gordon grimly. "They think ville, in Adair, Casey, and Eussell we're calling to them out of vanity counties, reasonable good buildings, to show them where we climbed.'good orchard, good spring, well water, "Oh I" She strangled a sob. 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, 'Tm going to make It I think I see 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, my way from here"," her companion called across to her. "A fault runs to limestoneland, 8600 to 8800 worth of the foot of the stairway, if I can only timber Price 82,800. do the next yard or two." acres timber land, near Webbs X He did them, by throwing caution to Roads, Russell County, on Dixie High the winds. An ley, rounded boulder way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. projected above him out of reach. He unfastened Ms belt again and put the4saw timber- - Price 81'200- shoes, tied by the laces, around his 88 Acres of land within I mile of the neck. There was one way to get across corporate limits of Columbia, Ky., to the ledge of the fault He took good new buildings, and well watered. hold of the "two ends of the belt, Price 32,500. . crouched and leaned forward on tip--' 2 acres of land, good? room dwelling loop of the toes toward the knob. Tho boss. and outbuildings and blacksmith shop, belt slid over the There was no chance to draw back on pike near Cane Valley. Price ?140C now, to test the hold-h- e had gained. or will trade foe farm. If the leather slipped he was lost His 11 Residences andjots in and near body swung across the abyss and hfs feet landed on the little ledge beyond. Columbia, prices range from $300 to His shout of success came perhaps $3,600. 309 Acres of lime stone land, ten ten minutes later. '!Tve reached the stairway, Miss O'Neill, m try not to miles west of Lebanon, Ky., 22o acres be long, but you'd better exercise to in cultivation, balance irt good timber, keep tip the circulation. Don't worry, forsale'at olice. $4,625, well watefer-ed- , please. Til he hack before night" plenty of fruit, improvements fair'Tm so glad," she cried Joyfully. "I ly good. was afraid for you. And Til not worry a bit Good-by.- " Farm of 1G0 acres lime stone land, Elliot made his way up to the sum- - nine miles south of Columbia, eight mlt and ran along a footpath which roonfresidence in first class condition brought him to a bridge across the good out buildings, well watered and mountain stream Just above thefalls. Plenty of fruit, on the main Before he had specialized on the short timbered Columbia and Cr,eelsboro road. Get distances Gordon Lad been a crosscountry runner. He was In fair con- mail twice a day, good neighborhood dition and ne covered the" ground fast. in 300 yard3 of school- - and church About a mile below the falls he met house. Price 83.500 two men,. "One of ihem was Colby Mac85 acres of limestone land, 5 room donald. He carried a. coll of rope over The' big Alaskan ex- residence, good barm 25jcres in" very one shoulder. plained that "he, had not been able to good timber, well watered, price 82,- " ' .T get It out of his hea!l that perhaps 500 , who had Waved jrt his the climbers party hadbeen In difficulties. "So he . htTd got n rope iroinvthe !abin df an old miner and was on his way back to the falls. The three climbed to the falls. --5 Ice-coat- 300 ROOMS '' Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers thebest Tire Protection Known to Insurance Engineers. Louisville, 6tfci & Main Streets. Kentucky. cessfully attacked by Germa:; naval raiders fn the North Sea and six merchantmen, five ner-trand one British ship with an aggregate tonnage of 8,000 weic sunk, besides a British destroy er and four mine sweepers. The convoy was bound from Scotland to Norway. al CHAPTER IV. Across the Traverse. Elliot took off his shoes and turned W. . Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated . -- . toward the traverse. "Think I'll see If I can cross to that stairway. You had better wait here, -Miss O'Neill, until we find out if it can be done." Sheba looked across the cliff and down to the boulder bed two hundred feet below. "You can never do it in the world. Isn't there another way up?" .. Judge J. M. Robinson, a law"Nx.. The wall above ns slopes out yer, of Barbourville; is making I've got to cross to the stairway. If make It I'm going to get a rope." an active canvass for Congress I "Po you mean you're going back to in the Eleventh district. He-- is town for one?". "Yes." Her eyes fastened to his in a long, unspoken question. Sh"e"read the an- Louisville, Kentaeky.. .. ' WHOLESALE I Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, BracketsnEtc. Write for our Catalog Bettter Than Ever Are Our Gigantic Stocks Of -- a Republican and wants to succeed Caleb Powers, who is a candidate for Whi e Powers has made a very pocr representative, 'being without influence, in the House, his suj -portere throughout the district are loyal to him, and in otr Judgment Mr. Robinson has a j, gob on hand to defeat "toim for the nomination. If we lived in the bloody Eleventh and was identified with the Republican party, and had to choose betw-vr- i the two, we would take Robi.i- son, though ijf are not "acquaiat- re-electi- V? faA .- urirh - in swer. He was afraid to have her try the trough again. To get back to town ".by way of their roundabout ascent would waste time. If he was going to rescue her before r'ght, he must take the shortest cut and that was across the face of the sheer cliff. For the first time she understood how serious was their plighf. The glancejpf the girl swept again the face of the wall he must cross. It could not be done without a rope. Her fear-fille-d eyes came back to his. "It's my fault I made you come," she said in a low voice. "Nonsense," "he answered cheerfully. "There's no harm done. If I xam't reach the stairway I can come back and go down by the trough." - Sheba assented doubtfully. tt had come on to drizzle again. JEfiB rSri waB fine and cold, almost a rmSt and already it a film pM'fo S& the rocks. -- Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Wall Paper and Draperies. -- We Specialize in these Lines and Cater Especialry to the People that Want Reliabje Goods at a Minimum Price. Every inquiry is answered intelligently and we count our satisfied customers, in Adair county and vicinity by the score. To know all about Floor Coverings, a visit to our spacious floors is -- instructive andtfonvincing. - iiubbuch Bros. & Wellenddrff,. Inc., " "" " 'c COLUMBIA., KY. s . " W. 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Go War-Savings . - t ., - -- . ".) -- ; . : K 7R Tls - s country's need, shouldjsave money, and bny as many War, Savings Stamps as he can afford. You can buy your s'ecohd War Savings Stamp on the installment plan just as you bought.your first-onPaste your second War Savings Stamp into your War Savings Certificate. Continue to buy War Savings Stamps in this way un- - -til you have pasted twenty of them in your War Savings Certificate. Then youwill have complete War Savings Certificate. e. - and Stripes will save and buy just one 25c Thrift Stamp, this will give the Government twenty-fiv- e million dollars with which to help our fighting boys. If each man, woman and child will save and buy one War Savings Stamp, this will give the Government four -.- hundred twelve millions with which to help end the war. . When you feel like saving another 25c buy another Thrift Stamp and paste it on the same card. ."When you have pasted sixteen of these Thrift Stamps on your Thrift Card, take this card to any bank or post office; and give it to the man at the Savings Stamp- - window. Also give him 12c. X" & -- " " On January 1st, 1923, the U. S; Government will pay you $100 for this complete War Savings Certificate. v " . - , Thus you have made a profit of $17.60 on your War " Savings Certificate. This profit is 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly. : . The man will give you a W. S. S. a U. S. War Sav- ') ings Stamp. He will also give you a U. S. War Savings .Certificate. folder on A War Savings Certificate is a pocket-siz- e which you can paste 20 War Savings Stamps. Paste your War Savings Stamp in your " War Savings Certificate. Take good care of it as it is worth $4.12. .. " ".; On January 1st, 1928, the TJ. S. Government.buys this War Saving Certificate from you, paying you $5 for every stamp pasted on it. It is a good profit and is guaranteed to yoii by the U. S. Government the strongest guarantee in the world. Fellow citizens: every quarter you own can be a silent, mighty power in this great war. Do not waste them. Do not spend them on luxuries. Every quarter wasted or spenton luxury helps Germany. Save your quarters and buy W. S. S. Every humble quarter of the humblest American cit-- izen that is saved and put into a W. S. S. helps to crush autocracy that threatens to shackle the world in slavery. the-arrogant " 7 . m put off till tomorrow what you can do today." . HOWTOBUYITFOR.CASH: If you do not wish to buy War Saving Stamps on the installment plan as explained above, you simply pay $4. 12 --;- ' 'Do not Save 25c today. Buy a Thrift Stamp with it. Paste it on your Thrift Card. j? at the War Savings Stamp window of any bank or post office. , ev- fl War Savings Stamps cost $4.12 during this month; and January.' During February they will cost $4.13. After February they go up one cent more each month.. So you see, the sooner you buy your stamps the more money you earn on them. J . Then make it a rule to save 25c each day or 25c ery other day and buy other Thrift Stamps. ' - 7K T 7ls Thus your War Savings Certificate has made you a profit of.88c on each stamb pasted on it. This profitis 4 per cent, interest compounded quarterly; It is a profit and it is guaranteed to you by the U. S. Government the safest guarantee in the world. Every man, woman and child, in this hour of" our--.-f- -- you do not wish to go to a post office or a bank Thrift Stamp write on apostcard "Send me one If 25-ce- nt .. C. O. " ... .'- ' - ;- .J -- If you should need your . will-giv- money at any time,,take your : , . -V .tr-f- c aT t JF . 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From Camp Taylor. It was then that I received my first real touch of winter, as I had to walk two and one half miles through the Dec. 18th, 1917. snow, with the wind blowing as it i?he Adair County News, blows nowhere else except in large The center of interest lately has cities. been the horses supplied for the Bu,t the gas was better last night mounted orderlies. This company and this morning, and today the snow furnishes all the orderlies to the reg- has melted quite a lot, so I hope the imental officers of this regiment. Fe- cold spell is broken. lix Boyse captured the enviable posiI am glad to note that food is again tion of orderly to Colonel Davis and getting cheaper here. You can now since that time he sings merry songs buy the best flour at 812.50 per barrel, to the boys, while he polishes his Sugar is retailing at 8 centsjard at shoes, brushes his clothes and grooms 18 to 25 cents and other thingsTin'pro-portiohis horses Dick naturally has a military bearing and owing to his friendI visited the boys at their barracks ly disposition, if such a thing were on sunaay alter i was at nomo last possible as a personal conversation with a Colonel, he would have a life month. And the first question asked time tenure on his job. But back to by most of them was, ''are the folks the horses. Four of them are man- back home going to send us anything So please do not forget aged by Adair county boys, Owen them. Watson, Leslie Turner, Aimer Powers R. L. Canpbell. and Dick Royse. The other horse men are fromiouisville and had they known what .kind of animals they Written for The News: were to break, would probabl t i e SOME CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. preferred to carry a pun An 1 .j.na boy facetiousl; remarked iltai e ntd horses that had never seen ' BT JESSE I, 3ITJRRELL. and men that had never seen It was necessary to put twisters on most Christmas Day has come; of them before they could be saddled Another How glad we all should be and as yet the tails of some have not all our Christ for us has done, been brushed out. All of them have For From sin to set us free. now been ridden at least once and some of them are becoming fairly He saw us plunged in deepest woe, ' useful. And flew to our relief, Up till the blizzard came we were For us much pain did undergo, And carried all our grief. busy practicing on the rifle range. Taking the company as a whore the He shed His blood that we might live Louisville boys learned the drill better He died on Calvary; andcaught on to the regulations quick- He rose again, his life tagive er than the Adair men, but when it To all humanity. came toliandling horses and shooting the rifle the country men surpassed. He intercedes at God's right hand, for you It was a frequent thing for one of He pleads for Himand me, ever 'stand, That might them to knock ten bull's eyes out of And like Him always be. ten shots. Eobert Willis had lead of the list with Noel Thomas and Wil- O let us give Him all our heart, lie Thomas close behind. And praise Him all the day; We lost one of the best men in the And never from the right depart, company Friday, when Eobt. Willis But do what He shall say. was transferred to Augusta, Ga , for special duty. He marched through The poor, O let us think of them, need. the blizzard out at the head of the And help them Our hearts with theirs, O may they column and told us he would write blend, when he arrived at Ft. Hancock about While we their bodies feed. his trip. Willis is a man that can always be depended on and it is for this Rejoice with those that do rejoice, reason probably that he was transAnd make them still more glad; ferred. Our boys that had the meas- And weep with those who weep by les have not been faring as well of choice, And they shall be less sad late, as at first. Clyde Patterson was affected in the lungs and after two help us keep The examinations at the base hospital, While we shall dwell below, was ordered discharged. James Baker And though we climb the mountain and Joe Acree were taken back to the steep, hospital after they were first released His love we still shall know. and Willie'Mac Collins has not yetl been discharged. Some of the boys And some sweet day when He shall call, have been over to visit them and they And bid us come above; seem to be getting along alright. According to the system""of furloughs We at thy feet will gladly fall most of the Adair men will be at For our sweet home of love. home from the 22nd to the 2Gth. And then with Thee what jovs we'll Yours truly, know, P. G. Chandler. While endless years go by; Our blessed cup shall overflow, Prom Louisville. Because Thou art so nigh. 1 LOCALS. asfegasifesas. HOOFING INSURANCE IRE AND LIFfc "The Service Agency. G. -- r REED Kentucky. EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Columbia, i ryTT,rTTr'' ""'"''''' r " - and Painted, Also Ellwood and American Fence. ttsmYxmKvmc Steel Fence Posts - n. gsaiEEsI T- DEHLER BROSi CO. M 16 Caar 'WW'mrk - Maiket Mreer Between Plrsl ana Brooh JIncoriorated Louisville, Ky. " 1S,-.- L CAR hos. -- Nothing can speak stronger for the reliability and gen- eral utility of the Ford Car than the constantly increasing demand, coming from every part of this country and from all over the world. By reason of its usefulness it has become a necessity your necessity. For plesure and business, it is serving and saving for all classes it has beMay we not come a part in the "business of Living." have your order for one? Runabout $345; Touring Car $360; Couplet $505; Town Car $595; One.Ton Truck Chassis S600 all f. o. b. Detroit. Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. Is Offering all Farm Machinery Very Attractive Prices. at THE "BUCHANAN, LYON CO., H Incorporated. Columbia, Kentucky. Wagons Grain Drills 'imp III f to &- Disc Harrows . Smoothing Harrows - - y r rwv--- ' Pulverizers WELL DRILLER -- in-the- ir I Me 111 Was a Mrs. F. Al. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually.got worse. . t Nothing seemod to help me until, one day, . . . I decided to II i Christ-like.splri- b I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give ma a Call. Turning Plows at from- 10 to 33 per cent, below cost -- to-da- y's Call and see us or. write, for our prices. We also sell Dry Goods '' YATE HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crox d$e and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Shoes and Clothing at less ... than Cost Calico 10c -- -- Office: Over Sullivan's Barber Shop Best Dress Ginghams 18c - t All persons indebted to the estate of DENTIST the late Dr. B. F. Taylor or Dr. Jas. Taylor,by note or account must set- Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. tle the sama.at once, as this business Bpell. must be closed. - Kentucky Columbia, 1st Many of the street car lines have alone who suffered. .Rich and poor shivered alike. I know of many families who bought coal stoves on the club plan. "Four or five families would go in together and buy a stove. Put it up in a large room in one of their homes and then all sit around it. Here where I room we had one stove for about twenty persons? so you can imagine the discomforts experienced. Coal cannot be bought by the ton for love or money and is selling at sixty-fiv- e cents per bushel and is often baskets. Ths company that furnishes the .gas is under a fifty thousand dollar bond to keep the gas supply normal, but there are not many people her whoe-Iiev- e they will ever be called upon to forfeit the' bond for their .failure to deliver gas during the present cold Dec. 18, 1917. Good Roads. Adair County News. There are no happenings of interest in and around the.Kentucky metropoHow much more would you pay fori lis that do not appear in the daily pa- a farm located on a good road instead pers, but perhaps a little gossip will of one unimproved? be of interest to some of your readers. Figure the cost of production F. O. It has been so extremely cold here for B. the market place and you will know the past ten days that it would almost something of the value of good roads. give one a chill to look out of the windows. But I am glad to note a There is no reason why any county change in the atmosphere today and should be behind in roads. Wake up. to see the snow which has covered the You ask a doctor to cure your ills. city since the night of the seventh, When it comes to roads, why not ask gradually disappearing. The Govern- the man that knows? ment weather office reports that this Figure what good roads save you beIs the worst spell of weather ever ex- sides increasing the value of your perienced in Louisville since farm, of the bureau in 1873. Shelby, Graves and Fulton Counties More than half of the homes and have recently appointed Civil o places of business in Louisville, are the position of County Road heated by natural gas which is piped Engineer. from West Virginia. On the very first Several Counties will shortly vote night of the present cold spell from N 20c road tax. some cause or other the gas failed, and on the, although much of the tip" zsro Why do boys leave the farm? weather has prevailed the g? lv If you want good roads, follow the x "ipi.- - of counties that have them . a remained s' is scarce ai. J uuu so i.ji ovj i4ii. lo eXperuiieut, m tins enyou peoplethere where woo 'en' lightened age. ., peo ul cannot imagine what ttiThe State Road Department wants ple had to suffer. It was not the poor to help every county in the State. All 3 thees-tablishment L,. vTAKE Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist H. Jones Columbia, Ky. Outing 15c Bed Blankets worth 84.75 for 3.50. . Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office at Eesidence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. s vwfr 15 Years Practice Consultation Free The Woman's 1 " I tool: four bottles," Airs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years 3ince I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advice any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female Dr. James Menzies OSTeOFftTft Buflor -- WOODSON' JJETWIB Engi-neerst- BFd' on Public Square. ' COXjTJIBIASKY., DEHSTTAIi OiTEMCHJ Fred G. Jones & Co. IINCORPORATED Dr. James Triplet NTIST OVHJR IAXJXJLi DRUG CO. trouble." If you suffer pate caused Brook ? A. Streets i- -f taxpayers should consult Hie Departs ment freely. Why do men sell go od farms, located on bad roads? Where you see good roods, you will find good schools and churches and prosperous, contented people. Where do you find the best roads? What do you expect when you are told that a county has no roads?. What makes land valuable aside from fertility? from womanly trouble, or ii you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up y ourrun-d- o wn system, take the advice of Airs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped hor. We believe it will help you. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE! 3D. UTTICES JLOUISVXLLE, KTST X PHOid PRESSING SHOP. Cleaning, Pressing, Dying and Altering Ladies and Gents Garment. Also Agents for CKAOK-A-JAPK " WHOLES A T iTH ...-- . -- ' - " - All Dnsggists s V L f. Doors, T-. J. 63 , "" BRAND CLOTHES. Phoe II t ' JOHti - - Blair & Barker, Columbia, "Ky. WHITE Windows, Mouldings, Porch Columns, ' . : . Special Notice; Kctldence Phone 13 B Business ; - . ; Stairways; . 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