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T, iKKMPEB. . nnfli-aMnn- Mrs. Lizzie Pulliam, Nell, Ky.'ij dogs that were not tagged by suffered a stroke of paralysis Friday the first of January are in danger. h Tha Kew Year flrids'nil c I -- rin f,h? CPn.Hnn crniner aVioorl tinlnf-ai.rupfcedly, and present Indications are .food for some interesting things to jhappen in connecian with the business here in 1921. Fink, representing the Armstrong Drilling Machine Com iny, Waterloo, Iowa, is back from a trip to Burnside and Russell' county, where he went for the purpose of delivering one of their modern "rigs to Mr. T. A. Sheridan. The new rig is ijQow ready for work on a, location naar Eowena, Russell county. n Messrs. Richardson & Goff, the operators of;this city, and who are in charge of the affairs in this section of the Southern Oil & Refining Company, Denver, report they have three large steel tanks of ,1,000 barrels total capacity on the Russ Gilbert farm, Bakerton, and they are laying a two inch pipe line to Cumberland riv--e- r. They are also negotiating with the boat people, operating on tho.riv--eto transport their products to market, and they expect to be delivering oil within the next, thirty days. Six additional wells will be. drilled on the Gilbert lease without delay. It is reliably reported that a certain n and extensive operator from an ad joining state, and who has some valuable holdings in this territory, will arrive soon to make Columbia his headquarters, while looking af- u "xerdrilling operations In this section. The gentleman referred to is a man of means, and he is also, a "man of the well-knowr, well-know-, Mr. O. C. The intelligence of, the death of Mr. J. W. Marshall, who was a prominent and influential citizens of the Glen- ville country, reachedhere last Sunday morning. The end came at Lakeland Saturday night. His reason had been dethroned for about two years, but he had been in Lakeland only abouc two months. There was no better citizen, in the community where he was born and reared, and all the Glenville locality were sorry to heajr.of his demise. He was a Master Mason; had been Master of his Lodge, and he will be buried with the honors of the Fraternity, in the Marshall graveyard, two miles above Glenville, Wednesday afternoon, his body having arrived Monday afternoon. A large circle of friends were present to pay their respects to an honored and much respected citizens. He leaves 'a wife and a number of children. Baptist Church. .The CoIumbia'Baptist Church. is enlarging her program for 1921 by having preaching every Sunday. We are here to serve oar town and community and mean to do more to reach the lost both at home and abroad. In any way we can help you we are at your service in His Name. Leslie J. B. Smith," Pastor- Left Shoulder Broken. Catherine, the second daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell, met with a very serious accident late last Sunday afternoon. She heard her father approaching the house and she ran to meet him, fell, and broke her left shoulder. Her father soon got the fracture reduced, and at this time the little patient is doing very well, bub it will be a week or two before she will be able to be out. She is quite uninteresting little girl and much sympathy is being expressed. Last Wednesday evening about o'clock, Mr. Lucien Bell, who is the manager of the Cumberland Grocery Company, this place, and Miss Eva Redman, the oldest daughter of Mr.B. G. Redman, who lives on the Stanford pike, six miles from Columbia, autoed (o the Lindsey-Wilso- n and in a ve very impressive manner were united in wedlock by Rev. R. Y. Bennett. Soon after the ceremony the couple left for Lebanon, and on Thurfday night ata banquet-- given by the tended Knights Templar, the groom being a member of Marion Commandry. Upon their return to this place they went to the cozy home owned and well furnished by the groom, and are now ready to meet their friends. Mr. Bell is a very, excellent young man, possessing good business qualifications, and is prospering as the years come and go. The bride is not very well acquainted about Columbia, as she was strictly a home girl, butjihose who are favored with her acquaintance speak of her as a very deserving young lady. The News extends its best wishes to the couple, trusting that they may be epared to live happily together for many years. The groom is full of. business and is a hustler, not afraid to put his hands to honest industry, hence there is nothing in the way of their prosperity. It is said the bride is very domestic and will do her part in making a happy home. This union vas a surprise to the groom's many Columbia friends, but they are now handing him the glad hand. Collection for the sufferers of Chinar at the Methodist church, last Sunday Mr. Clyde Buster and family have forenoon was $25.00. Baptist church, removed to the residence, on Bomar 861.33. Heights, formerly occupied by Mr. Miss Eliza Watson, a maiden lady Travis Keene. about 40 years old, who lived near Corn is selling on this market at Holmes, died last Saturday. She was $3.00 and $3.50 per barrel, according buried at Mt. Carmel. to quality. A number of barrels were My throughbred Jersey bull is delivered here last Friday. for service. Fee, $1.50 at the Several classes of the Presbyterian gate. I will not brake this ruler Sunday, school were entertained by the Jo Baibee teachers at the home of Miss O. M. t Columbia, Ky. For Sale. Heed last Friday afternoon. Mr. John Wilson, Milltown, and Mr. Cleveland Garrison has moved Mrs. Emma Rupe, of Gradvville, were 'One combinat'on.fire proof safe in good condition. Call at this office. to the residence own by Mr. Alvin married last Saturday by Judge W. Si. Murray, on Burkesville street, where Sinclair. The ceremony was perform Write it 1921. Mr. J. H. Goff formerly resided. ed in the Judge's office. The schools In Columbia opened last During Christmas holidays we did Call at Once. Monday. Thery were many new pu not see a single man under the inpils who. entered the Lindsey-Wilsofluence of ardent spirts in Columbia. All persons owing Barger Bros, ara Arling Cole, a young man about 22 It was strictly a sober Christmasj requested to call and settle. They years old, died nearToria, one-daWhat I have left of Mens and boys need the money and have given ample last' week. He was a victim of pneuc time. suits and overcoats at cost at monia. The Publishers of The Youth's Companion will, as always at this season present to everysubscrlber whose sub scription ($2.50) is paid for 1921 a Calendar for the new year. The tablets are printed m red and olive green, and' besides giving the days of the current month in, bold legible type, give the Calendar of the preceeding and succeeding month in smaller tope in the margin. It is a rich and practical piece of work. - The time for hunting has expired. Put up your gun and call yonr dog. night. now-read- y ll-3- n. n-2f- Judge Rollln Hurt is now the Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals. Born, to the wife of E. W. Hatfield 82.00 per hundred, at my mill in Co- Akron, Ohio, on Dec. 22nd., a fine son Judge Carroll; the retiring Chief Justice,, was presented with a silver cup, Elsey Young. lumbia. Robert Webb Hatfield. The mother Judge Hurt making thel presentation The population of Adair county is was Miss Clarice Webb, before her speech. Cull Lumber -- Murray's. - for Sale. 17,289; ; highest type. Mr. Geo. i H. Palmer, president of the Palmer 0;i Cordpany, left the latter part of the week on a 'visit of several days to Cleveland, where- he will (combiae business with home affairs,. and he will return as soon as it is pos- siblff-tcomplete pis arrangements. The J. E. Carnahan Oil Company now have two drilling rigs working on the Cv Campbell farm. Creelsboro. MJ where they drilled in a fine wellre-cently, and they are expecting to be able to report two- more good wells thtre within the next fe days. Tne Day Oil Company, Lexington, in connection with the ,Alpha Leasing & Drilling Syndicate, Inc Covington, Ky., are drilling on well No. 1 on the Gran Williams 'farmV located on the south side of Cumberland River, near f ' Creelsboro. Mr. Bee Whltls, Somerset, Ky., who has bsen general field manager in p JEsjBtvcky for.the J. E. Carnahan Oil Company, is now .operating in this ifieldonan independent basis. He is arranging to make this city his field 'headquarters, and he expects to push (development work to the- limit. Mr. W hitis is a strong believer in the possibilities of this section proving to be a great oilfield. q . Death at Horse Cave. Mr. R. u , ;, ,&at waaapplled and in a short tlms he was better, on thejhlgh road to secovety. His old home friends would The Cellna, a boat on Cumberland Pierce, -- Cane" Valley, lasts' Tuesday Practlcalljr.iBrew, 01i,ver Typewriter. be gla,dto learnjthat he had been per night''-Thinterment was in the Mf. Will Tucker, a young man about river, sunk near Lock 21 a few days in A 1 condition. . Price .4ft0. A manently restored. 11 Hancock ;burying grand, a few miles twenty years old, who served in 'the ago. There were a great many hogs great bargain. rU WereEum thanks to all our corresnorth of ' Columbia.- - Thfe deceased army, died near Ozark last Sunday aboard, but they swam to shore. A per: .Companyv ' The Kem pondents for the services they render wasa'ZgfanddaughferJdP the first night. He was a victim of consump- great deal of the cargo went to the Ce!umbiaKy;.4v : ed The Sews during the year 1920,ani sheriff, of. Adair county?" Benjamin tion, and was a youog man well liked bottom Leslie Bennett, Jr., of this , . "i, .. "IfJIenry Fordoaid for.aU the free "earnestiask them to continue. We oy Bowmar. t She was a fine woman and v"nan who Knew mm. ne was in Co- 1 lace, was on the boat, and he got .to land by sticking to a maa's back whpj advertising his car has receive!, every know'they were at times vexed during ,wm no greatly missou. lumbia about one week ago. it r.M humcrist in the country vould'have 'the political camoaign because we swam out. Printing Off iceftirneU - J..: r ?- - Farmers's Union Elect. w. Enough money to ,bay .one of the ma had to give so much space to political Lottie, who was the wife of Mr Mi- chines, but Henry wouldn'tfhave matter, and other urgent advertising, Last Wednesday morning between 2 The Farmers' Union met in Colum- lton Wolford, who lived on the Russell enough left to manufacture any more. but they should consider that we getb and 3 o'clock, the office of the Taylor Springs road, five miles from Columour living out of that character of New York American. County Herald, which was owned and bia last Saturday and elected the folbia, died at her home last Wednesday. matter, and overlook the.ommission of the paper edited "by Mr. Geo. W. Han- lowing officers for the ensuing k year: "Stating that he would notstand their letters occasionally. We She was a woman who had many hope tor J. V. Dudley, President. cock was consumed by fire at friends and was sick, only a few days for an increase in tire prices, Henry have more space for our correspond- Hotladay.'Vice President It is reported here that TA. Young, Secretary A large circle i of neighbors attended Ford says, "If .tire builders raise entsln the future, and will not omit A. O. origin of the conflaggation was a the the burial. Besides her husband she prices, I can finance an indepenpent letters if possible. J, Z. Conover, ' Chaplain, gas stove. The loss was considerable, Special Notice. company and make them myself. "And leaves several children.. Cecil Dunbar, Conductor! as much of the material was new. We us, Henry can do just that Paid List. Geo. Royse, Doorkeeper. tender our sympathy to Mr. Hancock All persons owing Blair & Eilis must We would like if our friends who little thing if he tades into his head;" ( Philadelphia Inquirer. icome at once and settle by cash or in his lors.and if we can assist him in Dr. L. B Hart will preach X the expect to renew their subscriptions to The followlnglare new paid subscribany "way we will willingly do so. The Presbyterian church next Sunday The News to call as early as possible ers and renewals since our issue of laafc note. Mr. Blair lives in Iown and he ) Miss' Bonnie Judd, who was formerly office was in a block and it is remark- forenoon and evening The comma- - Those who expect to have their, names Tuesday. : wants this outside business settled employed on the News, now teaching able that other buildings were not nity is invited to be present. Sam Barbee, Geo. J. Hurt, V. J. enrolled on our list, are also urged to while he is in Adair county. consumed. ll-4year. at Falmouth, Ky., while at home last Shives, C. D. Cheatham, Geo. Cheatstart with the beginning of the ) Judge H. C. Baker will be one of We ace .epdeavoring to please the week, brought to the office a plate of ham, Junius Gadberry, D. TJ. RiaU, Mills and Light Pfant for Sale. There was not as many social funthe speakers at the Methodist church people of Adair county, but It takes delicious candy, her own make, which B. J. Bowen, Simeon Murrell, Albert the force very much enjoyed When Bryant, Azro Hadley, W. S. Chapthis Tuesday night. ctions in Columbia during the holiday cash to buy material, and it is very The Mill in Columbia and the one on all of us go up to Falmouth the com man. Leslie Chapman,' wek as usual, but' the young people costly. J. C. Blair, -. Set-u- p spending happy days. Russell's creek, run by G. B. Smith, Meeting. all seemed to be pliment will be returned. Mrs. Duff Thompson, W. O. Loy, J. I. Their bright faces and jollifications and the Columbia Light Plant are for Most of the merchants of Columbia Hendrickson, T. B. Cravens, Bettie There will be held at Columbia, Ky., Surprise Birthday. as they met in groups upon the square sale. The owners are ready to give as W. Butler, Jas. T. Page, R. M. Cab-bel- l, Jan. 12, 1921, a District set-u-p meet- have taken inventories and as far 'indicated that they were happy, and some man or men a bargain. They will ing we have heard they are well pleased Clay Smith, H. P. Barger, Bas-coin the interest of the Christain At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. d or one half interest in old Santa had" been especially sell a with their business for the year 1920. Shirley Wilson Dec. 25 Dohoney, T. C. Faulkner, Robt. being Mrs. or they will sell both Education Movement. The meeting good to them.. Persons can not be the two mills They stare in the New Year in fine Wilson birthday' a crowd came in Conover, A. W- - Paxton, T. B. Lyon, will open Wednesday morning at 9.30 young but once, and- - those who have plants to one man. They are in good All pastors in the district, District spirits,, believing their business for with well rilled baskets and a long L. M. Wllmore, A. A. Holladay; S. A. runnig condition, both doing a splenWe trust that ' 192 will be Increased., 'frown old delight tosee the young Secretary of Sunday schools, of table was spread in the dinning room Stevenson, Richard Shlrleyf Gny did, business. .people enjoying themselves. After-a- r expectations will be realized. Mis- their Leagues of the Woman's and filled with everything that could Nell, J. W. Sublett, C. R. Rose.f Hor-- r The Light plant will be sold to one. while they will be. through eating sionary Society, distriot Lay Leader Therefore, we advise the people of be thought of good to eat. The young ace Masaie, W. R. Royse, R. A. Stone, company. The owners are tbair white toe&d, then, comes the tug man or a Adair county to trade wjth their home people did their part well in playing L. Y. Gabbert, A. J. Stotts, S. H. ready to talk business. For further and two Laymen from each charge C war with the passing a stayed humerchants. By so doing Qhey will get and singing, and in the afternoon play Murrell, Porter A. Murrell, G. B are expected to attend. " particulars see . manity. better goods than they receive from ed some old pieces. Nearer my God Williams, Cleo Cave, W. B: Rowe, W. .V"' T. J. Wade, P. E G, B. Smith, at the mail order houses, and for less money. y, to Thee and so on was enjoyed by the J. Gabbert, W. L. Farris, C. Powell, Herbloe corrects biliousness, indT--' Columbia Mill. Wanted. rs a ff ne older people. Then a snap shot was Lucien Bell, J. W. Reynolds, .Claud 'ftstlon and coastipattoa. It .'. WkeR ywi iwy Slues, be sire yM et , Nice dressed hogs, also hogs On foot, taken of the group and all left hoping Callisoo, Robt. Reynolds, J. C; Doiharbal medicine that drives' outim-aiitie- s thekst. The best fir tie price is Mrs. Wilsoa. will have many more as honey, Joha.leU, Ralph Glover., restores- healthy eondt- a lot of good shingles for sale will pay good cash. price. and I have ' : r atier wkai the price rtay beat , . ?.- .irt pleasant birthday. la the system. Frlfe,fe.' Sold at4.00 per thouscid. " 'wd Sul for Tbtlgewi.: ' - A Frieda. Columbia, Ky. GsqBUIv, Reyi.KyT PiAitt Drag C. ..,4 Si, --' ;J &t'--ii'tf-K-it r" .j .;." $s4 c, ; r it'- v ' It 77 M, L, Bunnell, who was known to quite a number of Columbians,, died at hjB ,home,,Hbrse Cave, last Saturday. He was a brother-in-laof Dr. J. N Murrell, this place, and was forty-eigh- t years old. He was a victim of abcess of the liver. His widow and Dr: J. N. Murrell's wife are sisDeath of Mrs. Hancock. ters, and'both the Doctor and Mrs. Murrell ' attedded the funeral. He Mrs. Lizzie Hancock, who wasHhe was a good citizens and his death is a widnow of "Uncle" Perry Hancock, serious blow- to Horse Cave. who was quite an aged lady, died at Will Tucker Dead. the home of her sister, Mrs. Fanny w - Green county, ll,391; Taylor marriage. county, 12,236: Casey county, 17,22'. The Earmers Tobacco Warehouse Cumberland county, 10,648; Russell Campbellsvllle has postponed its county, 11,854: Metcalfe, 10,075.t openingWle from Tuesday, January Take a "dose of Herbine when you 4th, to Thursday January 6th, on acare bilious or constipated, or your count of some of the buyers being unstomach is out of order. It is a mar- able to reach it before this date. vel of promptness in correcting these Aching joints, rheumatic pains, 60c. Sold by Paull conditions neuralgia, 'canbe relieved quickly by a Drug Co. rubbing agpUcationT of Ballard's Snow A bad wound, burn or cut should be Liniment. It is a powerful penetratcleansed fo dirt impurities and ing remedy. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and - Liquid Borozone. dressedwitb: It $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Paull Drug heals the flesh with marvelous speed. Co. Price, 30o, 60c and $1.20 Sold by Mr. Travis . Keene and. family, who Paull Drug Co. have lived in Columbia for about a To drive out worms that are eating year, have removed to. Cumberland away the strength ,and vitality of county, where they formerly resided. your child, use White's Cream Yermi Mr. Keene's daughter, Miss Lou Sara, Wilson, will re- fuge. It expels the worms without who is In injury to the child. Price 35c. Sold .main in the institution. by Paull Drug Co. P-lc- We have just readjwith much plea- sure the' charming little book "The Good Old Days" by Chas. W. Bell, of Frankfork, Ky. If you want to laugh order a copy from The Standard Printing Co., Published at Louisville, Ky: Price 50cts. perjcopy. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Patteson wera hosts at a lovely dinner at their homa e, or on Bomar Heights, Thursday Dec. 30v 1920 The following were presents Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Russell, Mr. Jaj.. Russell, Mr. andJfiMrs. W. A. Coffey! Mrs. Geo. Staples andJJMrs. Hamlet- t- . learn trom a friend that Dr. J. N. Page, known to every body in Co lumbia and out injAdalf county, wha We is at present located at MonticelTor, met" with a slight stroke!' of. paralysis a week or twojago. The electric bafc-ter-y the-Iilndse- y s;$H?tf., e -- -.- - -- : - Camp-bellsvlll- , V be-llev- e t. - , m one-thir- Ep-wort- h " 8-- tf - - -- rn . 9-- 4C i- - 9-- ,i . JEtMM-BrOf.- - -- - - '- . .j. .; w- -' - Si '. '; J . fa ( -- kT 2 . VTS '" ';r".'", "W i''hi. ' r" f 17: ' . ADAIR " C0UJTYNW8 Jj V. V Sheltfermd lilliTin-- J Piives Ay IlPte&SImdow ofttte liliKi't 'JR li!z steps. It was just as she reached the top that she saw Captain MacCauley, by one mighty effort, lift the struggling 'figure of the other man and throw him fnfn iha Inlro A chnrn olnrmlnflnn ollpfll from her lips. Never had she seen beloved" nsp&o? Philip., By this. time. the tyto nen were struggling- - on the,! deckr and aslir.lmpelled. by'4SaeuH known force Tony staggered up the . 1 . ? if. DAVIS !' HARDWARE COMPANY. ,j Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store 7 Dealer In HIl i fife! ANow fe) mancG oViho SftorttiCouriiYii SYNOPSIS. HHl caPxeKYrd' W?' GRACE MILLER All kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies; Harness g jryBHQwwfr WHITE and Farming Implements. A carefully selected stock of Tinware, Wagon, Paints CHAPTER I. Lonely and almost friendless, Tonnlbel Devon, living on a canal boat, child of a brutal father and a worn-ou- t, discouraged mother, wanders Into a Solvation army hall at Ithaca, N. T. There she meets a young Salvation army captain, Philip MacCauley. -- "Certainly, dear child, you can," was the answer. "But get back before it's dark; I don't want anything to happen to my little Tony Girl." CHAPTER VIII. Hardware at Reasonable prices. '. , - and 'Oils, A Full Line of Farm Implements w CHAPTER IL Uriah .Devon, Tony's father, returns to the boat from a protracted "cpree," and announces he has arranged for Tony to marry a worthless 60tnpanlon of his, Reginald Brown. Mrs. Devon objects, and Uriah beats her. She Stiraates there Is a secret connected CHAPTER m. In clothes that Uriah has brought Tony finds a baby's picture with a notification of a reward for its return to a Doctor Pendlehaven. She. goes to return the picture. , CHAPTER IV. With the Fendlehavens. family of wealth, live Mrs. Curtis, a ttuzln, her son and daughter, Katberlne Cortts and Reginald Brown. Katharine is deeply in love with Philip MacCauley. CHAPTER V. Tonnlbel returns the .picture to Doctor John, and learns It belongs to his brother. Dr. Paul Fendle-taveIt U a portrait of Docter'Paafs .cklld, who had been stolen in her Infancy, and her loss has wrecked Doctor PaaTs life. Doctor John goes with Tony to tha canal boat and ministers to Mrs. Devon while she is 'unconscious. CHAPTER VL Returning to conscious-ztsMrs. Devon Is informed by Tony ct her visitor. She is deeply agitated, stakes Tony swear she will never tell of Devon's brutality, and disappears. a n. s, her loneliness appeal to Doctor John and he arranges to take her into his house as "CHAPTER VII. Tony's personality and companion to his invalid brother. a think your Cousin John's gone mad," said Mrs. Curtis, beginning to cry. "He's brought a ragged girl Into j the house to stay, a girl with bare feet, and enough hair for three people. From what I could gather she's going to stay over with Paul. And John insisted on my going with him to buy these. Think of a poor nobody dressed rip like a horse." Katherine looked at her keenly. "I suppose you served Cousin John a d spell of hysterics, didn't you, when he popped the girl in op you?' she demanded. "I did my best," admitted Mrs. Curtis, sniffling. "Men get surfeited to women's tears, mamma' darling," said the Katherine. "If I wanted to make any impression on him, I'd leave off howling every minute or two. And you don't look pretty when your nose is red. Who Is the gutter rat?" 'Tm sure I don't know. She's got a queer name, and I asked her about .herself, and she looked as sulky as deep-seate" ter?" asked the girl. Tor heaven's sake, what' the mat- I all-wi- se . "Leave it to me" beganKatherlne. Just then the door swung open, and there appeared before Katherine Curtis a girl who made her breath almost stop with surprise. A very young girl, too, the gazer caught at a glance. Abundant curls hung about one of the most beautiful faces Katherine had ever seen. Her mother hadn't told her the girl was so pretty. She felt n nervousness come over her when she thought of Philip MacCauley. In silence Tonnibel donned her new clothes, and when she stood up to be Inspected, Mrs. Curtis scowled at her. "Go show Doctor John," she said. "He told me to send you right down to him." Tonnibel was glad to escape. Katherine hadn't said a word to her, but both girls had eyed each other ap- -. praisingly, and Katherine suddenly came to a resolution, which she made known to her mother the moment they "were alone. could be." "She can't stay In this house," she said between her teeth. Mrs. Curtis laughed sarcastically. "See what you can do with your cousin, then," she snapped. "I did my best with John, and. he positively re-- fused to let me go to Paul I As much as told me it was none of my business." "I won't 'cry when I talk to him," T11 speak my mind said the girl. outright Til make the house too hot to hold her.. I think I know how to put one over on our philanthropic cousins." When Tonnlbel came into the office that evening to ask a very important question of Doctor Pendlehaven, he said to her: "My dear, I want you always to remember what I am going to tell you now. This house belongs to my brother and me. I do not wish you to take orders from anyone but us.'l Tony gazed, at him a moment; not understanding at first Then her lips widened. "That means if anyone says I've got to hike back to the canal boat, I don't - -- go unless one of you tells me to," she demanded. "Is that it?" The doctor laughed. 'Tes. that's It," said he.' "Now what did you want of me?" "Can I go down th lake tomorrow afternooa " she hesitated and then weBt OB, "I want to see If anyone's home.' The Fight Little by little Paul Pendlehaven taught her, and little by little Tony's salvation boy preached his lessons of Universal Love to her; and the eager young mind drank In the knowledge as a thirsty plant takes In water. There were no signs of Uriah and Edith returning, and Tonnlbel grew Never Had She Seen Such Strength. dally more hopeless when she thought of her mother. Perhaps she would such strength, never had her heart never see her again. She had strenu- sung as It did then. She trembled so ously refused to speak of her people that when Philip swung backv and to Paul Pendlehaven. rushed toward her, she sank down at Doctor John noticed as the days his feet As falls away an old garpassed how much better his brother ment so fell away Philip's anger. Tenwas looking, and no wonder his own derly he lifted her up and spoke to heart warmed hourly to the d her. waif who had come among "Poor little" girl," he whispered. But them so mysteriously. he had no time to add anything, nor Unknown to either of the doctors, fhad Tony time to answer him. ., For there on the Hoghole path lookMrs. Curtis and her daughter had been able to keep Tony Devon from meet- ing at her, a frown dragging his brows ing Philip MacCauley In the house. At together, was her father. Uriah Devon had halted at the sight first John Pendlehaven had insisted that Tony attend the family table, but of a man being thrown into the water. both Paul and the girl .decided that Then he came forward, and the girl her meals should be served In the sick loosened herself from the arms that room. Perhapg If PhJilp MacCauley held her and turned swiftly to him. "Where's mummy?" she demanded, hadn't been interested In a certain little girl on a canal boat, his curiosity and again came a sharper "Where's my mother?" Roughly shoving her would have taken him to Paul's apartments to make the acquaintance of aside, Uriah walked across the boat the little companion John Pendlehaven deck, his sunken eyes fixed on MacCauley. had casually spoken of. "What you mussln'- - about my boat "She's a wonder, Phil," he said one "And evening. "For the first time I've hopes for, mister?" he demanded. what happened "to that young feller of Paul's recovery." "Good J" replied Philip, and Immedicrawlln' to the beach there?" "I slung him in the lake," said ately fell Into a revery. Philip fiercely. "The pup was was " Tonnlbel had reached the canal boat he made a gesture toward Tony as and bad changed to her old clothes Devon's Interruption belched forth: "Was it any of your business what when suddenly she heard footsteps on the path beside the Hoghole. Her happened to my girl?" Uriah took another step toward the heart almost leapt out of her mouth. Perhaps her mother was comInghome, young captain. "That's your canoe, ain't it, roped to iwrlmps her father. Tremblingly she r'Mped out through the aperture. She my dock? he demanded fiercely. :ryv back Instantly. Reginald Brown "Well, hop in and get away if, you was approaching the canal boat She don't want a broken skull!" Philip sent a flashing glance to the heard him cross the deck, and then the footsteps ceased. She hoped with all silent, white girl. There was such terher might and main that he wouldn't ror marked on her face that his teeth came together tensely. think of coming downstairs. But that was exactly what he did "He can't go till my mother comes" she broke out abruptly. "I won't stay do. She crouched up against the bunk, as the boy stepped Into the cab-I- If lie don't."1 Uriah's hand went back to his hip. When he saw her a slow fgrin "I guess he'll go' if I tell 'ini to," said spread over his thin face. "So you'rehere," he got out thick- he. "Just hop into your boat, kid. ly. "Where have you been? I've vis- before I till you up to your teeth with ited this place three times In that little bits of hot lead." Tonnibel had witnessed scenes like many weks. Where have you been, this before. She knew but a tiny presI say?" "Go away," she said, half frightened sure of her father's finger- on the sun to death. "You'd better get out of here he held would kill her sweetheart. "Go along," she managed to get out before my mother comes back. She'll between her chattering teeth. "It'll be you with the broom !" beat "I'm not afraid of your father or' worse for both of us if you don't !" Devon was forcing Philip backward mother," he said tauntingly. "I know toward the end of the dock, and by where they are." The words sent Tonnibel forward a this time Reginald had crawled to the shore and had lain down upon it. step. "Don't lag, mister," cried Tony to "Honest?" she gasped. "Is It honest Philip. "Go along to Ithaca." what you say?" MacCauley stepped into his canoe, "Certainly," replied the young man, "and they told me to come here and and Devon sullenly unfastened the rope and threw It into the bow of the get you." "Where are they?" She had come craft. "Don't come back here if you don't very near him now, her eyes gazing at him wistfully. "Please tell me where want a taste of this," he snapped, stay my mummy is !" t touching higun. "Get out and "Never mind just now," said he, his out, mister." With the end of the revolver he eyes taking In her slight young figure gave the canoe a shove, and Tony saw passionately. "Here, I want to kiss the paddle dip into the water and the you." He dragged her forward until her boy move away. Uriah stood a moment and looked slender, quivering bpdy was pressed against his. He' had said he intended off to the hills. Then locking Tony to kiss her. All the rebellion of a in the cabin he went to where Reggie primitive uneducated nature sprang lay on the shore and helped him back Into life within Tony Devon. The to the boat curly head darted upward for a moCHAPTER IX. .. ment, and the gray eyes blazed Into the muddy blue ones, leering down. The Face In the Window. upon her. Then, knowing no other By ten o'clock a heavy rain and way to protect herself from desecration, she set her sharp white teeth wind had settled over the Storm into Reggie's hand, sinking them Country with such force that thie deep beneath his skin. A cry of hurt waves were rolling southward like d mountains. Once in a rage escaped his lips, and be flung while a heavy thud of thunder reverher from him. , "You little vixen," he got out, shak- berated over the lake from the north, ing his hand in panic. "You little losing its roar back of the Cornell wicked brat! There! Now I'll teach buildings on the university campus. Devon's canal boat was following you to bite me again." . the little tug which was bugging the He sprang at her, and Tony screamed twice with all her lung western shore northward. Tonnlbel, power. Then something happened in the little room back of the cabin, Someone grasped hold of the man was searching through the darkness who had snatched her Into his arms, from the small window. But the only and for what seemed an Interminable thing she cpuld see was the dark bank time two forms struggled together in along which they crept' and which the small cabin. For a few seconds once in a while was lit up by a vivid Tony didn't realize who Reggie's as- streak of lightning. Suddenly the engine stopped, and as sailant was; then with a grip at her heart she recognized Philip's white if she imagined Gussle could help her face as with terrible strength he she gathered her into "her arms. In a. vivid streak of lightning she dragged Reggie up the steps. Into her terrified eyes came one saw they were anchored close e to strange flashing smile of welcome. Crowbar point, which protected them Her salvation man had saved her, and somewhat' from, the wJnjL She as every woman does in cases where Continued us Page 3. her need is great, she cried out her thanksgiving In his name, that best- curly-headen. ivory-creste1 k tr We Also Handle Auto Supplies We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our -r line hi DAVIS HARDWARE CO. At the Jeffries Old Stand 0 Phone 171 Columbia Kentucky. Kk . j I W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE Building. Res. Phono 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- . Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST : International Made - io - Measure Clothes. Second FloorJeffries - COLUMBIA, - KY. Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. JUP STAIRS. LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, COLUMBIA, KY ! Piano and r- -- ) . Voice. Athletics under a trained athlete. 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Wellendorff ttbout Qucitioo f Hum fails 10 the trcatcirni oi Tetn Kingworm. Itclvrt E&',.... .. . INCORPORATED become discouraged bcui oi treatment j failed Hunt' S'-.- , ba relieved basdred of m. You can't tote oo cases tv tn. I For More Than 40 Years on Market Street Monty Bach Guaranln Trr itatoyr rhkTODAY. Prte)S For ! Sold by PauM Drag Comp One of the BestJStores of Louisville, y. Ky. GIVE US THAT NEXT .JOB. , X OUR WORK IIS UP-TOlDA- TE ADAIR COUMTY NETS Continued from Pago . Hi crouched low when the little door opeaed and Uriah called her name. . "Come out here, Tonnibel," he commanded roughly, and. Tony, with Gus- elfefgTeas-erabW; U looking pale and sullen. "Set down on the floor, brat," commanded' Uriah, and Tonnibel dropped, down. "Now listen to me, Tony," went on Devon. "Ever since you've been knee high to a grasshopper you T)een as ,mean as the devil. You always got In behind Ede when she was here, but now there ain't no skirts to shove ine off. You hear2" TSvery vestige of blood left the .wan young face. "Where is mummy?" she said, lifting Imploring eyes to his. "Dead," said Devon brutally, "as dead as a door nail. Here, my lady. If you holler I'll rap you one on the sob." "Dead!" cried Tonnibel. "Pop, you're lying to me I know you are!" "Have it your own way, kid,1' replied Uriah, with an Insolent Jaugh, "but one thing's sure Ede ain't here to buck against me now. What I want xo gee into your thick noodle is you're oin to get married as soon as we set to Auburn. See?" The girl's eyes remained centered on his face, horror deep seated In their gray depths. "Here's Reggie wantln to marry jrou," continued Devon, with a wide wave at the limp young man. "And when I say you've got to I mean It" "I won't," fell from Tony's lips, but the awful expression on her face didn't change nor did she drop her eyes. Devon took a quick step toward her, with an upraised arm, and as he had fceaten his wife so he laid the blows about The girl's head and shoulders. The pig fell from Tony's arms in her desperate efforts to protect herself. "Oh, daddy, don't, don't, any more !" .she screamed. Reggie Brown was watching the brutal scene dully as If It interested him but little. At the girl's fearful plea Devon stepped back and glared at her. "Will youdo what I bid you, miss?" he. demanded hoarsely. "I'd as soon kill you as take a wink." Tonnibel made no answer save to weep more wildly, and, because she did not make ready reply, Uriah struck her again. Then suddenly Reginald stood up. "Don't hit 'er any more, Dev," he drcwled. Shut 'er up a while and keep 'er without-- grub, and she'll come to time. Give 'er a night to think It over. God, but you've walloped her black and blue as 'tis." In answer to tills Devon picked Tony up and threw her Into the back cabin. Then he kicked Gussle over the threshold, slammed the door and locked It Philip MacCauley had paddled away from the Dirty Mary with a dull, sick fear for the girl he had had to d leave behind. To fight a drunken man with a gun was foolhardy and would do little Tony no single-hande- ejaculation as a streak of lightning crossed the sky only to die and leave the water as dark as before. It was taking the girl an Interminable time to squeeze herself through that opening. Suddenly her shoulders were through, and she was hanging on by her hands. Just at that moment the tug ahead became silent, and Philip heard the two men walking back .along its roof. They were coming aboard the canal boat, and If He crushed the canoe nearer, lifted one hand and jerked the hanging figure of the girl away from the window. She flopped face downward Into the bottom of the .canoe, and Philip left her there limp without go his hold of a word. Then he-let you to drop, do It, but not before." By holding his body rigidly erect, he managed to keep the canoe upright. Then he waited, but not for long. Almost Immediately a girl's bare arm shot through the window., Something wriggled In her clutching fingers. Philip almost lost his hold on the boat as Gussle came against his face. He snatched the pig and dropped It at his feet. Then a pair of bare lees foK lowed and Tony's body began to wrig--J gle through the narrow aperture. Once or twice Philip muttered an ? WPh!Hntf? &$. , jh .a;jw'4k Fl SS&V h "Quick, climb through, and when I tell' .v brea'thlessly. MlaJtTu-iMifi-V.JStinii&ptnnPf- "Don't do that, darling." he whispered as she drew back in terror. "I'm going to take you away." Then she realized who It was, and- reached out and clutched at him, l " s ; 3- - - - 1 4S iHSB? -- r - i. -- v z 5 c mi SlUUf'W m . r - frTWsf.i'-mTim. hi " Mm 9 wt- sr&m mm 0-. ( ;ra2fiS7iv ,..,.J m mm ILUMNU ? . . m A. vwh' . .. mr w n wi)- "n y - ' $ - i - am now ready, to supply young men, old men and boys '.'' - . I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices.- If you need any thing in thisJline.'Call at once. Y' ; with clothing. ' 9 9 9 -- ;l H . sr U'': n- -- Via innnl Vo4- anrt o lyfftof row Hff they shot away toward the bank. It took a shorter time than it takes to tell It for the canoe to reach the shore. Under the overhanging trees where they were shielded from the wind, Philip turned and looked back. A man's face was thrust, through the window which had just yielded up the quiet little figure at his feet Then two forms appeared upon the stern deck. From the hand of one of the men hung a lantern. Philip remained very still. He knew' they could not see him hidden away there in the darkness. Ton-rilbel ed his slender craft upon Its crest and .... SHOES! SHOES!! I My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. i i i i i t i 1 I . can also accommodate ladies and young Jgirls with the latest styles in shoes. r. .:'" .. , .. .... For a long time, through which never moved, Philip waited. The men on the canal boat seemed filled with terror. They ran from one end of it to the other. He heard them calling to and fro, and once In a while an oath escaped from Devon as he screamed his daughter's name loudly. It was not until he saw one of them climb upon the tug and heard the sudden clang of the engine that the boy took up his paddle and moved slowly along .the shore southward, and, as he was going with the wind, Philip made rapid progress toward the head of the lake. In a little cove he drew the canoe to the shore and, springing out, dragged It Us length from the water. Then he called softly: "Tony little Tony." The girl stirred and lifted her head. "Yep." she sighed. "I'm here." "Come out," said Philip, leaning over and taking hold of her arm. There ! Child, don't shake so. You're BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. for-CASH- Rid- ing and walking plows; all kinds at-- LIBERAL DISCOUNT . It matters not what you need on. the farm, I can please you in the article and price. lake he ran' his craft ashore and sat safe here with me, and I suppose they for a long time thinking. Suddenly think you're drowned by this time. he saw through the dusk that the caCan't you step out, dear?" She was trembling, so he had to pick nal boat had left Its moorings and was moving slowly northward in the teeth her up and lift her out in his arms. of the rising wind. With an ejacula- Then he carried her under an over-tion he shoved off and was out in the nanglng rock and placed her on the boiling surf. Wherever that boat went sand. he decided to go, too. Through many sobs and tears, she As he paddled carefully along, he told him all that had happened on the could see the shadows of two men In canal boat, and that her father had the glimmer of the little light In the said her mother was dead. And so small pilot house. Then Reggie was touched was Philip MacCauley, he felt there with Devon, but where was the tears rim his own lashes. For a Tony? long time, in fact until the rain ceased One small window In the capaj boat to beat upon the rocks and shore, they gave forth a dim light He feit within stayed under cover. Most of the time him that she was there where that they were silent, most of the time Phillight was, alone and suffering. What ip held the curly head against his had she thought of his. allowing him- breast. When the dawn began to break self to be forced away from her when Tonnibel roused herself. she needed him most? His teeth came "I'm goin' away now," she said. together sharply. He was no coward, "I've got to go to my friends. And this Philip MacCauley, this captain of I can't tell you just how much I'm the Salvation army. thankin you." Suddenly he caught sight of a pass"But If I let y6u go," protested ing shadow In the cabin, and his heart Philip, 'Til never see you again. Oh, leapt up within him. 'Twas the shad- don't do that Tony, I couldn't stand ow, of a girl walking up and down. Jt npw!" Grimly his teeth set Into his under lip "I couldn't, either." she said under and with one deep thrust of the padher breath. "I'll be comin' back here dle Into the water, he sent the canoe to this hole some day." headlong toward the canal boat Then "When?" asked Philip, eagerly. "ToIt was that a girl's face came to the day?" window. Tonnibel shook her head. The canoe almost crashed against "Nope," she replied wearily. Tm the side of the bigger boat as It came dead beat out." sldewlse of It and Philip caught at It. "And I forgot that" cried the boy. "Tony, darling, will you will you ilss me before you go?" Two arms shot out and clasped around Ids neck. Two eager lips met his In such passionate abandon that for a long time after Tony and Gussie had gone away toward the boulevard Philip MacCauley lay face downward on the shore, the sun peeping at him irom the eastern hill. good. When he reached the corner of the WOODSON LEWIS GBJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFOBD'S BLACK-DRAU6H- OUCK HEAD T OVE RALLS Made with extreme care UNION MADE White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines and Go Bat The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-DraugCame and Stayed. ht Cobm for many years by Dutfon, Ala. In recommending Thed- , to her friends and neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a Jackson County lady, said: "I am getting up in years; my head is pretty ford's Black-Draug- ht well-kno- wn white. I have seen medicines and remeBlack-Draug- ht, an offer to write an article of his own selection on the ground that no article was worth such an amount, it was learned at the White House. Details of the offer, which was one of many the Philip Caught at It Desperately. ago." Florida's slogan should be "out President has received lately, The,. Invalid sjghed heavily. desperately. Slowly lifting himself with cats," and Gov. Catts. her "I've grown so accustomed to her," were notrmade public. up he thrust his face close to Tony's. he said in excuse, "and somehowiSlnce misfit chief- - executive, should; be She; was staring at. him blankly as if, Subscribe for The News. his ghost had suddenly risen out of the1 first put out. Continued oa Page 6. . Paul Pendlehaven lay wide awake sunken eyes filled with darkened sorrow. His brother-- had stayed with him the most of the night and now sat beside him. "Will you sleep?" asked Doctor John. T "I'll try," was the response. could If I knew where she was." Doctor John reached over and took his brother's thin hand. "The morning may bring her back," he said soothingly. "And Paul, old man, if you worry like this, you'll be back where you were four weeks in his bed. his dies come and go but the old reliable canf e and stayed. I am talking of a liver medicine we have used for years one that can be depended upon and one that will do the work. " ht will relieva digestion and constipation if taken righi, and I know for I tried it It is the best thing I have ever found for the full, imforcftle Black-Draug- Sour stomach and sick headache can be relieved by taking ht It aids digestion, also ssists the liver in' throwing off impurities. I am glad to recommend Black Draught, and do, to my friends an.d neighbors." feeling after meals. Black-Draug- mi) VL.1 ht Thedford's is a standard household remedy with a record of over seventy years of successful use. Every one occasionally needs something to help cleanse the system of imparities. ht Insist upon Thed-fprd- 's. Try the genuine. Black-DraugBlack-Draug- AtH druggists. q. tsi J (12) President Wilson has refused Uncle Joe pannon is now ending his 44th year in congress, having been elected 23 times. He says he wants to exceed Gladstone's record in the House of Commons, which was 53 yeaas. f Columbia Barber Shop as jj A Sanitary Shop, when, both SatlsfactIonand Gratification are Guaranteed. the storm-tosse- d lake. - . - & immmmmim. X Give us a Trial and be Convinced. 9 E rr"- OTB ADAiR COURTS HEW! ? .$ TOBACCO GROWERS M The warehouse market their, crops. . - T ' management is cause 01 - floors as the growers are to The reason why the Jroufce?is not open and selling tobacco now, is be- - as anxiusjjb open the sales &' . : t r ... 'ill!.' our inaftinwv to secure buyers. E-entpp- 5U '- -i A.'' rJr' . ' 'A- - . markets, either hoghead or loose leaf, before the first of the yearK, r If you ship yourrfc6bScco2ad"s&116efore theSfirj of the year you will face this condition and quite likely you would be greatly disappointedJU;biliePrce yoiiigxild receive. -- The Trust Buyers will not come on the Wetwill&Sewe TSMcco becember 30, aUS SNOSale wiflbe hlld on Jihttfr - i nursaay i' i all-INecessa- J Arrangements to take care of the tobacco jthat may come here w&vfeeFthat Greatly Enlarged' We are maicing Buildings? so much Additional Floor Space, that we can handle all the Tobacco 'wlthoutserious difficulty We are assured of a full corps of Buyers, with prospects of a much larger number than ever before. . . laliUckrV mgjiir, ...! thatmbei&if,:'h&e W OTIrfeir v -- I Ml I ,. . v The Farmers P 46air Coarvty KeWb j Tobacco Warehouse Col, INCORPORATED. to be a man who will do the right thing between iman and man without fear or favor. In other words, should he be nominated and elected, he will be the Judge. He is in favor of public improvements, but he will want to know how the people's money is to be expended before he acts. He is a most excellent citizen and is at all times found upon the right side on all moral questions. He presents his candidacy, hoping that it will be favorably received, and in the meantime he will personally visit the voters of his party later in the canvass. finds the law gives the chief executive sufficient power he will include it in the call in the event he decides on a special session of the Legislature. It was Campbellsviile, Ky. V preaching and invited the Cum" The Louisville Post says that an extra session of the LegislaPnblishedln Wednesdays. ture will be called if the Republicans think they can put a l Cokm6ia, Keivtacky- bill through. If they - Eaaox are uncertain about having a at E.MURRELL Man majority in the Senate, on this IRS. DAISY HAM LETT particular vote, the extra session Democratic sawipiper dcroted to the Interest will not be called. the Cltr of Columbia nd tha popl of Adair , tnd adjolslns conotlai. Entered at the Colnmloa' Post-offic- e as second mail matter. WEM.JAN, 5. 1921. Subscription Pricellrt 2andl2nd Tostal Zoiie 3 JO per yer. All Zones beyond 2ndB$2.00 perlyear A Subscription due and Payablelin Advance Announcements. For Sheriff. We are authorizes to announce that "W. B. Patteson is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August primary.. For County Judge We are authorized to annou nee Geo . Herriford a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to -- the action of the Republican primary to be help the first Saturday in August. Under a call from State intendent George Colvin, the county superintendents of the State will meet in Frankfort Super- January 27, 28. The Louisville & Nashville iUilroad Company announce that it will spend $11,000,000 in Kentucky this year building roads. From reading the article the greater portion of this appropriation will go to Eastern There is much speculation just now as who will go into the HardingtCabinet. Quite a number of gentleman have been mentioned, but no one knows for certain. The one that seems almost sure of a place is George G. Hawes, of Chicago, who the knowing ones say will be Secretary of the Treasury. It is said As a means of checking the ilthat the Secretary of State will legal whisky traffic in Kentucky come from the East. a committee of members of the Commonwealth's Attorneys' As- Editors of Kentucky had a; sociation, in session at the Seel- f very pleasant and profitable bach Hotel; told Gov. Edwin P. meeting in Louisville last week. Morrow they advocated "a force A number of splendid? addresses detectives, appointof thirty-si- x were made in the interest of ed by and responsible to the publishers, and some new reCommonwealth's Attorneys, and solves made for 1921. We did interchangeable from one county not attend the meeting for two to another." The committee alreasons. First, we did not have so told the Governor there were the time; second, our evening two main obstacles preventing suit had ink spots on it, and our their convicting of more persons friends who promised to pay up to be engaged whom they-knefailed to come in, and for this in the traffic. These, the last reason especially, we could stated, were the "apathy not chin the price. of sheriffs to apprehend crime, except when armed with warIn this issue of the News Judge rants," and the fact that bootG. T. Herriford announces his leggers are familiar with persons candidacy for County Judge, in their counties who might resubject to the action of. the Reveal activities of those prosecutpublican party., A few years ing them. Governor Morrow deago he served one term in this clared he favored the ides, doubtposition, and his record as a ing if he had the authority to County Judge is known throughoucounty. He is a firm appoint such a force. The Govt-the man, and when it comes to ad- ernor promised the committee ministering justice, he is known that if the Attorney General w com-mitt- ee berland Presbyterian and both Methodist preachers attended. So all worked together in great harmony for two weeks with a suggested the detectives' salaries result of sixty odd conversions, be fixed at not less than $2,000 a during the last week the people Luther M. Wilmore. year. of Bogard and community around visited the home of the four Tobacco Makes a Good Fertilizer. Bogard, Mo. preachers and left a donation of $40 to $50 at each place and at Lexington, Ky., Dec. In view meeting a purse of the current prices of commerDec. 30th., 1920. the close of the of $650 was made up for the cial fertilizers and the fact that Editor News: Evangelist. So you see every some grades of tobacco are sellDear Sir: Bogard was ing for less than $2.00 per hunAs the New Year is drawing body in and around come. dred pounds, Kentucky farmers nigh thought I had better send feeling good when Xmas certainly was a great meeting. can profitably use tobacco, esin my renewal, as I can not very It meeting the people pecially some of the dark tobacwell do without the good old pa- During the fore cos for fertilizing purposes, acper, as it keeps me posted about f would gather corn in the everything and everybody. I noon and come to church in the cording to a reply made by Prof: week George Roberts, head of the enjoyed reading Mr. Ross' letter afternoon and night. Last body was busy butchering Agronomy Department of the to Dr. Miller very much although every ready for Xmns. State College of Argriculture, in I never knew Mr. Ross, yet I hogs and getting Farmers are about through response to numerous inquiries have known Dr. Miller a long time and had a very pleasant gathering corn and have the best being received from farmers. A conservation with him while yield for several years, though ton of tobacco fine enough for there last summer. I also enjoy- the price has dropped. As a distribution would be worth about ed reading my dear Mr. Harris' usual thing Missouri, has good $67.50 or 3. 37 a hundred pounds contribution to the News two prices but this time it is selling according to calculations made on weeks ago, all the objection I any where from 50 to 75 cts per certain current prices of mixed have to his letters they don't bushel, Hogs about 9cts, per. lb. fertilizers. However, if the tocome often enough. If I could The Adair county people that bacco is to be used as a fertiliwrite as good newsy letters as are in Carroll county, are gener- zer it should only be used in conhe I would come every two weeks ally all well and getting along nection with acid phosphate was any way. In fact I love to read well. My sister Mrs. Frank the suggestion of Prof. Roberts. A ton of tobacco containing every thing in the paper especia-l- y Shirley and husand and daughthe letters from the former ters, Stella and Rose, are visiting the average amount of nitrogen Adair county people, wish more my sister, Mrs. Earnheart, Tren- and potash, which is four per of them would write to the News. ton, Tex. I know they will have cent of the former and six per We are having some Ideal winter a good time while there for I cent of the latter, when mixed with 1,000 pounds of acid phosweather now. Xmas is passing spent a few delightf uls day there phate would make a ton of feroff nice with lots of Xmas trees in October last. There are three tilizer having the following aptreats. Our Poultry houses in Bogard. The proximate composition: Nitrogen and Sunday-Schoo- l little town has just gone through managers informed me they had two per cent, phosphoric acid with a great revival of religion. bought and shipped nine thous eight per cent potash three per Bro. Mood the Baptist, preacher and rabbits this season, they are cent On the' basis of certain current mixed fertilizer prices here had Rev. Montgomery a paying lOcts each nowr They this tobacco mixture fertilizer Baptist Evangelist from Green- have paid as high as 15cts. We would be worth about $50 a ton, ville, South Carolina, to do the haven't had any snow yet th&re- - according to Prof. Roberts. fore the season for hunting rab bits hasn't been as good as usual. As I don't know any news will close by wishing the news and its many readers a happy and a prosperous New year. Most Respf f. i: ., J Mmrw . If Iff. JK- L. H: 3W Ji-,- - k-- - g - :- jB s X' WE ?kre Reducing pur Prices as rtSyVf IS m Vf? .j.-. 'fill.' " &. vV 4 STORE OF - QUALITY V :" 4. V m H H Decline in the Wholesale &. A19 - --- " m UUR Stocks of Winter Uoods are as Complete as Existing Conditions .,. r 4 Justify. " -- IS :8ft '.f MenancJ Boy's Idthing, Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No- ' tions, shoes and Slippers for v Everyone. ! !Siu 3 - o Vi - 8 v 1.-- - RUSSELL PERSONAL i t s IN & GO 'xll iDt. ,: x . - U ' Sf ss .VK KUV sw' ,T ?J IUVJk? 'ttllU ' r f? at FURNITURE &&K?IKi , mmummmmwm mmmmwmtmwm vl? j W 4 . i'o5k' SBaWS!f- r. .Tti&C- ' Ymv Butter Bills a ' Miss Laura Frazer, of Danville, was a pleasant visitor to Columbia last week. She stopped with Miss .Alleege Montgomery She" has a number of - .im" FARMERS Ship jeosr cream to&. erasauor msd flu A hamii There art. la three sdi turn, riiiin brines ; NUCOA SdSMC lSa lass. Sao. aave the easts mm .ami ttZmct et mak- -' tag BOttec Many faraa- -' eo ai aaktec a Mr profit Sb tfeto xuaaiMSv WhT Bet.7B7 KUCOA ifli flaMctet yeu. 1TO-cxt-A. 4 Process Jlange Stoves St. The Original Nat B&f& 'J relatives in thisriacfc -2QX9QA. is cknrseSiirrto. tfca Messrs. Paul a,Pmton Williams, r ff detiasafcjwt Iwttar of Stillwater, Ofcfa., are Visiting their tfefieaOr MWsd totses CS&drea IsWnt. Grows- grandmother, Mrs. Helena .Williams. Mr. Art Hurt, Dayton, Ohio, visit-- , ' NUeO.A.AIeets Evtry Butter msreUj?Adalr.coun- - Jp' KTlTSfM 'WMaMBMttflarfl fhsi AriAVfvls.aftaa, kalwjav 9tM. afwn Vm ed relatives and f TfAsinx tfMrt,1agtfMra-gsTO- r and oom- - 1 K--l drmK afea tea at te ba Ms1 ty last week. bmK MOaj-- Cr ygtfjgaeer aassit NTKXJA sesd bs mm aad well ' 1. Mr. Leslie Graves and "Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, were here a v - NUCOA m? '""' Rqar9nrtt Albin , Murray INCORPORATED few days since. Jsjffcrscii St. LOUISVRLC, KY. Dr. Snyder, Mr. J. H. Hoffman and Mr. T. C. Eoberts, of Leiihgton were at the Jeffries Hotel'ajfew days ago. gone his wife and son, Ed, the latter beiggl to Alabama to teach. Mr. T. J. Nolan, Louisville, was at Lindsey-WilsoMrs. Forst Lowe, of Nebraska, ar- in the the Jeffries Hotel last Thursday. rived a few weeks ago, to be with her Mrs. Gordon Cheatham and her two Prof. Fletcher M. Green, of the Lin 1 husband, who is employed here. sons, Will and Robert, are visiting who spend the holidays who Mrs. Cheatham parents at Bakerton. Misses Inez and Ruth Ginter, with his home people in Alabama, respent Christmas with their parents, Josepeine Turney, a little daughter turned Saturday. College a few days of Mrs. J. O. Russell has been quite returned to Berea Miss Eva Rhodus, teacher in the ago. ' '" sick for several days. Lindsey-Wilsoafter spending Christ Mr. E. D. Barger, a Judge Rollia Hurt left for Frankmas with her parents inTaylor counteacher and an excellent young man fort Sunday morning. ty, returned to the institution Saturof this county, left for the State of Miss Essie Phelps, who is employed day. Michigan last Saturday where he is in Jeffersonville, Ind., spent Christ Miss Helen Beauchamp, who has engaged to teach. i V mas at home. the primary department in Lindsey-WilsoMiss Jennie McFarland, who is a Mr. and Mrs. Jacob O Myers, koi spent the holidays with her popular Columbia young lady, left Canton, Ohio, spent Christmas week people in Hopkinsville. l this morning for Indianapolis, where with Mrs. Myers' parents, Prof. Albert Bryant lefo Friday she teachers telegraphy, .. Mrs. D. E.Phelps. morning for Leesburg, Ala., having u jfor the Miss Alma McFarland left accepted the princlpalship of the Louisville Conservatory of Music PEPTO-MANGAN WILJ. school at that place. He is a splendid Monday morning. exceinstructor, and a young man of Miss Irene Smith, after a pleasant HELP FIGHT COLDS? llent character. visit, returned to her home, Indianap Mr. Geo! J. Jasper, Eussell Springs, olis, last Sunday. m was in Columbia a few days since Mr. Ray Flowers left for his work Make up your Mind to keep Free Prof. J. L. Creech, Williamsburg, Clinton county this morning. From Colds. Get your Blood visited in Adair county last week. Mr. J. G. Eubank was taken quite ItuGood Condition. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Murrell were sick Sunday about dark. Heart inacw called to Horse Cave last Thursday, tion was the trouble. Start' Taking Pepto-Manga- n. to be at the bedside of a sick relative. Miss Julia Eubank left this morning Mr. Fred Simpsom and wife, Breed- for Louisville, in company with Mrs. ing, were in Columbia last Thursday. liena Montgomery, the latter .to un- - Now is the Time to Build upi j You Will Be Strong ,Thi Mr. B. J. Bowen, a substantial citi- dergo an operation. n. sey-Wilso- n, rAmerican Butter c ; & Cheese Co. M, I I gan." Columbia, Phone 12 1 1 ... . J-- . Kentucky. Next Door to The Adair Counly Nevp Officev aaa4ias day. You can get it in liquid or tabIn Kentucky. Ozark. let form. Tell your druggist which you prefer. But to be certain that Robert Lee Campbell, Christmas has passed and we you get genuine ask Where does the summer sun shine have entered the New Year with: for it by the fall name "Gude's brightest? Look for the name the resolve to do all the good we? In Kentucky. "Gude's on the package. Adv.. can each day. Not to wait for Where do the women lace the tightbig opportunity but to do the? est? Masonic Election. Pepto-Mangan; Pepto-Man- n, . well-know- n n, In Kentucky. ' . little things that will help others,. We experienced a sad Christ- Mn-'&ac- The following lodges in this county, Where are the winter rains the bold est? besides the two reported last week, mas in this community. Last; elected officers for the ensuing year, Where are the damsels that are dold- - Monday afternoon Little Marvis est? on December 27, 1920. ., t , Breeding Lodge no 51G. In Kentucky. Conover was killed. wi. Akin, Master. Austin Gilpin, S. W. J. A. Baker, J. W. G. W. Curry, Treas. Lenis Reece Secretary. L. A. Gilpin, S. D. Willie Currv, J. D. C. W. Eoberts, Tyler. ' mains were buried Wednesday morning the sacfc est? news of the deatlTof Mrs. M2fc In Kentucky. Where do woman smile the sweetest? Wolford, spread over the neighborhood. Funeral and b!i?ik In Kentucky. Where are cowards found the fewest? Thursday. Where do the horses run the fleetv His reTuesday 0 zen of Knifley, made a business trip to There is no material change in the Columbia iast Thursday. He has not condition of Mr;.. J. S. Breeding. missed a copy of the News for 17 years. Mrs. Jo Rosenfield and Miss Mattie Misses Allye Garnett, Thomasine xaylor have returned to Middiesboro. Garnett and Bonnie Jubd left the lat- - Miss Agnes Hynes- - has returned to ter part of the week for Jhelr respec-- J herschool.at Nashville. Her brother, tive schools. Strother, has mumps, and will return Dr. T. H. Curd, of Middiesboro, a to Center College as soon as he is able. Miss Allene Montgomery will leave former physician of this place, was for her school, Danville this morning. here last week, visiting relatives. Winter. " ? E. Bradshaw and son, EdLouisville, spent last week with ward, Mrs. Bradshaw's aunt, Mrs. Bettie W. Mrs. W. Butler. T.Earl Williams made hie lar trip to Columbia last week. Mr. regu- Messrs. Thos. Anderson and Henry Eusslin,.of Stanford, were here a few days since. Mr. T. C. Faulkner, who is surveying a road from Monticeilotq Albany, spent Christmas week with his family here. Miss Christine Nell of Gradyvllle, spent several days of last week with ? Miss Catherine Nell. Prof. Azro Hadley, a weltKnown - efficient teacher of:rthls.county-j!ha- s Every bouse has a supply of'Juel for winter.. People know cold weather is . incoming. They get ready for it. How many people get their own bodies ready for winter? Mostbf us go around all summer in the intense heat burning up energy, working, hard all day and sometimes lying awake nights W- - R. Johnson, S. W. sleepless in the heat. r -' "Rlno T don J.V.UV) W, VI WWW. M.. Hans Blessum and Mr. Moral Winter comes along. It catches D. O. Eubank, Treas. Shivley, of Kugby, N. D., are visiting many people totally unprepared phy,E. W. Rice, Sec'y. the latter's father Mr. S. E. Shively. sically. Few of us take stock of' our T. R. Smith, Tyler. All these parties left this morning, to health. Whether we will, be well, Senior and Junior Deacon's names visit the coal fields in Clay county. healthy and strong we of ter leave, too dld.not reach us. much to chance. . Mr. Geo. Cunningham, who lives Hood Lodge No, 839; Nowadays But not everybody. with his daughter, Mrs. R. Aj HutchiThis lodge selected the following son, near town, has been quite feeble people are learning. They know' this officers forthe ensuing year: matter of enjoying good health is a Mont Wilson, Master. for several days. can help control. If you Mr. Horace Cundiff, who nas been thing they , Joe Powell, S. W. of employed in Cincinnati,, returned live right, eat right, W. N Holt, J. W. sleep, breathe fresh air and. keep jour ' home Saturday night. J, A. Richards, Treasurer, blood in good condition, you will be'all Robt. Bailey, Secretary. . '.. Prof Edgar Boyse returned to his right 1 S. I. Blair, S. D. school, Boston, the first of the week. you feel a little is bo simple. It W. P. Bryrnt, J. D. Mr. T.' S. Scott, an old newspaper off in health perhaps worn out and f W. A. Roy, Tyler. man, now a farmer, near Coburg,made pale don't take chances. There's' no The funeral, of Mr. J.W.V Marshal) a business trip to Columbia last Mon- need of it Buy some day. He was accompaaied to town by of your druggist. Begin taking itio- - will occur ,'"' Prof. Albert Bryant Iefe-i day for Alabama wnerervne is Gbadyvili. Lodge, No. 251. offered the principalship of a. W. M. Wilmore, Master:'., - ; Some Things To Be Desired For school. He said if he liked iir ;. N. H. MossS. W. v every respect he would accept,, The New Year. Eugene Nell, J. W. if not satisfied he would, return Charley Whltlock, Treas. Edward R. Baker, Sec'y. home. ByjessbL. murrell. J; R; Tutt, S. D. By God's good help I would be true Mr. Art Hurt of Dayton, O.-- l J. E. Yates, J. D. Lj.. In all I think, and speak, and do; is Jvisiting in the communil'y Clem Squires, Tyler. ,y ' And live to honor His good name, vtvv 'T.nnrmv "NTn 41Q And shun the paths that lead to where he was reared. .,y..w UUUUU) - Tampico Lodge, elected the followMr. Lucian' Price who has been?' shame. working in Illinois, for several! ing officers. My purposes, may they be right, S. C. Hood, Master. And for the good help me to fight; months reached home for Christ-ma., ,.. Where are the women who are truest? In Kentucky. r- .. ., ; -- I TAM-pirv- ... . 1 s. get--plent- . . : And keep myself in Thy pure love, xAnd hunger most for things above; May I be humble as a child, In me forbid there should be guile, By grace, may I be pure in heart, And shield me from all hellish darts. May I have eyes to see the right, And for the good to bravely fight; To walk in paths of sweetest peace Until my journey'here shall cease Then I shall find a sweeter home, Where I no more shall weep and mourn; 'But find in Thee sweet endless rest, And be in Thee forever blest. Also Mr. Avery? BIkut 5 spending the holidays at homed Mr. Buren 'Polly, son aJTSIri and Mrs. James Polly, who has-- , been in Illinois, . several years his parents and mssgr friends here. Our young people had a few? It entertainments that I wilt'oB-deav- or to write up later,. whe 3l have more time. I must, atop for the present bv wishin&the-New- s and its many readers Happy New Year. ElkBrMfOwraUs., Hwray's itoci- - Pepto-Manga- n, w. THE NEWS is $1.50 and $2,00 per year. Send. in lour' subscription at once. :& K, 6 you told rae of her people, I fear something may have happened to her." .We'l! hope for the best," said John Pendlehaven, rising. "Now if I run down for a wink, or two will you lie ly believed. This she did tell the doctor between many sobs and tears. "I'll never see her ever any more," she told "him tremulously. "And If you'll let me, Til live here forever and you. dear." he said, deeply touched. "If you had seen how he grieved last night you wouldn't have made that ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The girl rose, laying aside her book. She dreaded venturing into Mrs. Curtis' presence and shivered when she remembered the critical Katherine who looked her over with supercilious tole- - 1" W Yes," came in a breath, and true to his word, Paul Pendlehaven scarcely brcnthed for a long while after his brother went out, although his heavy .gray eyes stared at the breaking dawn. -- Jf anyone had told him a month ago, have longed for any human belli-- : as he now longed for Tony Devon, he wouldn't have believed it He the day without her dear w'l'e bending over him. Perhaps she wiri'd never come back. At that thought he groaned. If he could only go to sleep. Only flusis his eyes 133 lids sank slowly down, and he t fitfully. Mingled In his dream of Tny Devon came a sharp sound. That, like Tony, must be a dream, too, that sound that was out of the ordinary "noises of the day, for although the Mm had called Into life the bees and b't ils, Ithaca still slumbered. 'Hie noise came again, striking :r..iinst his nervous brain and "waking Mm. Suddenly, with panting breath ami beating pulses, he lifted himself n his elbow. The screen had fallen from the window and perhaps ten l:e-ould Sftm J iS5teacatDanlti0n .- wheneveryhjtppfcQ remark." "I know he likes me," said the girl, sighing, "and I love him. Why, I love him" She searched the man's f$ce and weight his smile. "Better than you do me?" he came In with. sii-ii- sec-i:h- Ss passed as he stared mutely at it. TIh'h like a shot from a gun, Tony JVvon sprang through the window Into tlu' room. For a moment the sick '"n-ju- i cazed at her with mingled Something dreadful had hap- jhmii'M to her. She was so white, so u.--i .lilike and changed, yet blotching iW pallor of her face were reddish Then the bare feet took lii'ir tlu- - il stance between them in a bound. Tin- - dimples at the corners of her lips a moment and were gone. Uhen Paul Pendlehaven dropped l:u-on the pillow, she spoke. .Me and Gussle's back," she said brokenly. "I climbed up the tree and emo-''tio- lli! k said afterward, "she doesn't bother us much. For my part I can't see how Cousin Paul stands her." "John says Paul almost died last night," took up Mrs. Curtis. "I suppose she's one of the things we've got to stand In a house run by an old bachelor and a grieving widower." "TO say nothing of a father with a in the daughter lost somewhere world," supplemented Katherine. "There's no danger of Caroline's returning after all these years," said Mrs. Curtis. "If If that girl hadn't come, Paul wouldn't have lived long. John told" me so himself. I almost " . hoped that "That he'd die?" interrupted Katherine, maliciously. "Well, to be truthful I have wished it many times. Cousin John would have to think of somebody else then. Perhaps he'd turn his attention to you, mother darling." "He won't while Paul lives," sighed Mrs. Curtis. "I don't know just what to do. I've thought of every conceiv able way to get that girl out of the' house, and John forestalls me every time." "Yes," said Tonnibel, honestly, "but you next " Then she thought of Philip, of the hours he had held her against his breast, of the kiss in the morning's dawn, and she fell into a bashful silence. When Doctor Pendlehaven told Mrs. Curtis that Tony had returned, her face drew down in tf sulky frown. "But we needn't care," Katherine The dining room door was closed,, but the sound of voices from within told her the family was. at dinner. She opened the door slowly and stepped inside. Forgone moment her visjon was obscured by the fright that suddenly took possession of her. As the blur cleared from her eyes, she saw John Pendlehaven smiling at her. Then a sharp ejaculation from some one else swung her gaze from the doctor's face, and It settled on Philip MacCauley. She went extremely pale and put out her hand to grasp something for support as If she were going to fall. She saw him rise up slowly, an expression of amazement and relief going across his face. She smiled, but what a weary little smile it was and how full of pleading, as If she were silently begging him to forgive her for some deed she'd done. John Pendlehaven gazed at the two' young people, and then he too got toj , ilAninpfnlH OIUVV1J Weill nlmitlM uunuaumo. "Porrdsoiv MORE x && i hlc "Me and Gusnie's Back," Brokenly. She Said got to the roof, fearln to wake up the other folks In the house." She sat down beside the bed. "Somehow 1 kni'w you'd be lookln' for me, sir." ft was because she had passed through such a dreadful night and was so terrlMy tired that she cried a little as a child cries after It has been cruelly punNl cd. Paul Pendlehaven let his thin htoid drop on the frowsly head. Tears stung his own lids ll're nettles. "Deai ch.ld." he breathed, "dear pretty child. I've waited all night for you. My God, what's happened to you?" Tony covered her face wltti her hands. "Somebody beat me up," she moaned. "I ctn't tell anything now. And I lot my pretty clothes." Sudden strength came to Paul Pendlehaven. He sat up straight and forcibly lifted the pitiful hurt face so he could look at It. "Tony," he began gravely, "I command you to tell me what happened to you. Tell me instantly. If I knew. I could tJ.ke steps to punish the ruffian who darid to do this thing." That was just what Tony didn't want Hadn't she sworn to Edith in the prest nee of the infinite Christ that good Shepherd who had given up His life for His sheep, that no matter , what Ur'ah did she wouldn't peach on hlra? The tears were still rolling down her clieeks from under lowered lids. "You have so helped me, Tony," continued Pendlehaven, "and yet you re-fuse to let me do what I can." She tried to think of something to , confort; him. "I 't sometimes daddies and husbands beat their women folks," she explained. i "Then your father whipped you?" quizzed the doctor. "That I can't tell," said the girl. Oh, Lordy, "Don't make me. . . I'm all tuckered out" It was of no use to put questions any more, thought Pendlehaven. He was persuaded that her father had done this dreadful thing. At eight o'clock, when Dr. John Pendlehaven softly entered the sickroom he found his brother In sound slumber, and Tony Devon, her face discolored with bruises, fast asleep In the chair by the bed.side. It was a. stubborn Tony that faced Doctor John that morning. Adroitly he tried to draw from her the reason for her extreme paleness, for the dark marks stretched across her face, and the meaning of the shudders that suddenly attacked her. "I can't tell," she reiterated In dls- -' tress&5s she had to his brother. "Please ? don't ask me." "I'm glad Philip hasn't seen her," remarked Katherine. "He's just the religious maudlin kind who would fall for an appealing face like hers." Mrs. Curtis made an impatient gesture, and Katherine proceeded, "We can't deny she is appealing, mamma, even if we hate her! And God knows I loathe her me." so I could strangle her with these two didn't," cried Philip, com- -, "That hands." She held up clenched fin- ing to she side. "Cousin John, I've? her gers, then relaxed them and laughed 'bitterly. "Heavens!- What's the use known Tony Devon ages, and I didn't house." He' she was In of butting our heads against a stone even know flashing eyesthis Mrs. Cur upon turned his . . Give me a cigarette, my wall? weeping hysterically.! dear Sarah. Philip- - won't be here un- tls, who was ashamed of yourself, "You ought to be til night, and I can get rid of the odor Cousin Sarah," he went on, "to use before that" to a perfectly nice little Meanwhile upstairs Tony Devon was such language girl. Why, you've just about broken fast getting back to her normal self. The blessed assurance she had that she her heart" His voice had sunk to a passionate was needed by her sick friend lifted spirits. She grieved Inwardly for whisper. His eyes misted in a youthful her to control his joy, and and her mother, but shuddered when she struggle at the sight of him, Katherine lost her thought of her father. Now all ties entirely. were cut between them. She had no wits "Who and what have we been hardoubt but that both Uriah and Reggie Cousin John?" thought she was dead In the lake. boring in this ahouse. thin voice, strug she shrieked in high She hoped they did! She'd never see gling to her feet. "A gutter rat. a lit-- . either one of them again. snake, a loose girl She was sitting thinking deeplv tie Each word, brought out with greater when Paul Pendlehaven spoke to her vehemence and passion than the one "Little dear," said he. reaching out before, struck the listeners dumb. In his hand toward her, "come over a shame-face- d misery. Tonnibel sank tw minute. I want to talk to you!" the floor, dropping her head Into her Tonnibel went to him Instantly, as hands. she always did" when he called her. "Oh, no, I'm not that," she wailed. "You will promise me something," "My mummy never lived in the gutter ; he Insisted, as his hot hand clasped she never did. J was poor, awful hers. "Tony, don't go out again like poor " you did yesterday. I shan't be able to "Poor!" exclaimed Katherine. "You're stand It if you do!" worse than poor. I suppose you've Tonnibel's mind flashed to Philip. wheedled Philip the same way you She felt sure he would go to the corhave Cousin Paul." ner of the lake every day to meet her, "Katherine, I command you to be as he had gone to the canal boat silent," shouted Pendlehaven. "If you Yet as she gazed Into the imploring say another word, I shall ask you to eyes of her friend, she had no heart leave my house." to deny him his wish. "Well, I never!" screamed Mrs. Cur"I'm selfish, perhaps," the man went tis. on, "but, Tony dear, if you want to "And you too, Sarah," thrust In the go out, there's lots of cars In the doctor. "We don't know the truth of garage, and horses in the stable. Won't -- "Philip," he said abruptly, "this isj Tonnibel Devon. She's Paul's com-- ; panion. yWe have " Philip? Interrupted the speaker by his sudden bound around the table. "Tony Devon, little Tony," he cried. "I thought, oh, I thought you were. dead. I thought I'd lost you forever.'y A noise fell from Katherine's lips, and Mrs. Curtis stumbled to her feet "So you know her too, Philip," she; snarled with a hasty glance at her pallid daughter. "I thought we'd kept her well out of your way. So you've played the sneak while eating bread and butter In my house, miss," she blurted at Tony. "Well, it's what one might have expected of you you huzzy." . "Mother!" gasped Katherine, as Tonnibel switched her hands from Philip. "Kattile, you needn't 'mother me!" cried Mrs. Curtis, blind with rage. "Either she goes away or I do. I won't stay in the hoose with a common sneak a common " '"Sarah, sit down," thundered John pendlehaven. "Don't speak another such word or " ' Tony was at the doctor's side before he could finish his threat "I didn't sneak," she said, looking up at him. "Oh, please please believe fnof .' and more every day the demand for the Fordson Tractor in because the Fordson has demonstrated so much usefulness, so much economy, so much labor saving, so much money saving, along so many lines of activity. The farmer has discovered that not only for plowing, harrrwoing, discing, seeding, mowing, reaping and threshing, but a multitude of other uses ; cutting wood ; feed ; grinding feed ; churning ; washing ; furnishing water in the house ; making electric light possible in the house and around the barns ; so that, as a matter of fact, there is hardly an hour in the day when the Tractor cannot be made a profitable servant. There is ditching to do ; there are roads to fix and so on all clown the line of the numerous calls that constantly face the farmer the Fordson steps in and does the work, shoulders the complete burden of the toil and the hard work, one might almost say "drudgery". This is the Age of Machinery, the day when man plans the day's work, or the year's work, and then turns it over to the Tractor to execute. Get the book, "The Fordson at Work, "because it is free. If you cannot call for it, write and we will mail it to you. The Tractor is not only a necessit' to every farmer but is an established utility along a great many lines. Our allotment is limited to so many each month. Let's have your onder now. The Buchanan - Lyon Co. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. INCORPORATED HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. WorklGuaranteed Office: next; door to post office. ' All Cx .V i MM,V'' SAVINGS The value of bak canor ' v- - consent that Philip should lift the stigma heaped upon her by the Curtis women. "So I did," admitted Philip, soberly, "but you see now this has happened. You must release me from that promise." "I can't," sighed Tony. Then turned her face to Pendlehaven. "You'll trust us," she pleaded, waving her hand toward Philip. "Please trust him and me." "Ha !" shrieked Mrs. Curtis. "Trust ing powder is based on its leavening strength. You can't judge it by the size by the amount of the you get for your money. You must estimate it by the amount of baking powder used in each baking and the results you get "Shufnp, Cousin Sarah," snapped ePhlliD at the angry woman. Then he Tiddressed himself to the doctor. "I did promise her I wouldn't tell how we met And I won't ! In fact it isn't any one's business. Is it, .Cousin you" hm SvwCHicAGqy CALUMET is the greatest value ever offered in Baking Powder you promise me?" Tony thrust the memory of Philip's face from her mind. She put the wish to be In his arms again, to feel his warm lips once more on hers behind her, and tremblingly smiled In ac-- . quiescence. "I promise," she said in a low voice, but a sob prevented her from saying anything more. CHAPTER X. The Stoning. Never before since he had taken up his work of redemption had Philip MacCauley found thehours so long and so difficult to live through. Day after day he canoed to the place Tony had promised to meet him, only to return to Ithaca more at sea than ever. sickening Idea that the He had-.thgirl he had grown to love was again In the .clutches of her brute of a fa ther and Reginald Brown. Tony, too, began to lose the high e d spirits that had returned almost Immediately after her escape from the In Shame-FaceMisery Tonnibel Sank canal boat. The gray eyes grew darkto the Floor. ly circled, the lovely mouth seemed to have lost the power to smile. this thing, but I know very well that 'Paul Pendlehaven noted all this with Tony Devon Is not a bad girl." apprehension. He questioned the girl "That she Is not," interjected Philip. time after time, asking her If she felt "Now I'll tell you all about It" well, If there was anything she wanted, As John Pendlehaven raised her to but she always replied In the negative. her feet, Tonnibel lifted her head and One day after they had had their fixed her tearful eyes on Captain Macdinner, he sat looking at her curiously. Cauley. "You promised you'd never tell anyShe was close to the. window reading a book, when he caused her to look up body,"' she murmured. Her mind was with the dead.Edtyh Devon, and tha by calling her name. "Bun downstairs,- - Tony dear," he words of her own serious revereat brother to come oath given in the" presence of her wild went en; "and tell-my-, up here before office' hours," will you, eyeg motner woum not anew ner to That her mjtoerwasjdad she' flnni hoser?" . John?" has greater raising "force" it goes "Not that I can see," came in rather further than many of the other drawling answer. brands. You use only a rounded or "I'll repeat what I said before," heaping teaspoonful wheremany othPhilip took up hastily; "I didn't know ers call for two teaspoonfuls or more. W she lived here." "We're ready to believe that nit," v cried Katherine. all you'll save when using CaluCaptain MacCauley stared at her. angry girl the smilmet You save baking materials. Was this frowning ing, yielding Katherine he had known Calumet never fails. The last level or thought he had known? teaspoonful is as powerful as the "You can believe It or not, Kathle," first. Calumet is perfectly manu he told her savagely. "It makes no factured keeps perfectly and is difference to me. But It's true, just moderate in price. the same." Yea Mrs when job laj it Yob MTewiea jnvtk "Walt here for me, Philip," said the doctor. In a low tone, 'Til be back One trial will satisfy you of these In a moment facts and demonstrate beyond doubt that Then he took Tony by the hand and "Calumet spells economy." they went out together. Your grocer sells it on a guarantee For several tense moments a silence of money back if you are not pleased with too dreadful to describe settled down results. Katherine upon the dining room. twisted her fork sulkily and Mrs. CurCalumet contains only such ingredients as tis still sniffed in her handkerchief. have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. Philip looked from one to the other, wishing with all his heart he could HIGHEST sny something that would clear the t f atmosphere. "I'm sorry. Cousin Sarah," he said abruptly, trying to smile. "It certainly was awkward, wasn't It?" OBSERVE THIS "Awkward?" repeated Mrs. Curtis, wrinkling her face. "Awkward isn't A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some the word, Philip. It was disgusting." baking powders come in 12 oz cans instead of 16 oz. The gorge rose again In his throat cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want "Tonnibel Devon is the best girl I know," he asserted. "Poor little thing, I pity her with all my heart" Phil"Pity is akin to love, my dear ip," sneered Mrs. Curtis. A French airman has done two The Buffalo News says there is "Mother," cried Katherine. "Philip and his wouldn't so far forget himself sec- still pure and unadulterated love and a half miles in forty-ii- x friends and position, as to love well If you can't keep your tongue still, ge onds, but that's no reason why in the world. Nothing less could upstairs." ou- - auto scorchers should persuade some people to marry it vi But Baking Powder is not -- AJT 2&35I it TO BE CONTINUED. -- any of try 'to equal ftia "record. ' whatthsy do. t fv- il L . f n V ."ftVj . " -- t?3 "." tu wp3iAarvr". fjcr?5 - - fe- T - EVERYTHING IN- - & IfggJ , Nej ear Asphalt, travel, Rubber, Galvanizejl and Pakited. Also Ellwood and American Fence VST' jMTiaj rNTSK vfct Ail ike. ye?.; kw aMajmUa mlm ABA stS a1.ii law nam Master appear fa tic MM YEAR THOUGHTS . m 'm i t 0 THE-GOOD'- ; 5JNHW t ! llKi 0 t EMORY J. HAYNES to the Boston Globe t 0 t $ M Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. .Incorporated 116 Caat Matket 8j tke AaitarUakets npeYC jafeaat&f tope, aad Oar-le:is ITThe New Year shall be a good one. It depends WAS foretold forty years ago. &e bjber af fee. Sb" ,ayi LOOK back and appraise the past year and see how little we have striven and to' what small purpose; and how often we have been cowardly and hung back, or temerarious and rushed un) :sJ&zjx a ireaa; OarBe, as a strew, CO- - 'G&f'swiftlj away, 111 ae fegBre Besot refuses (a slay: Ikarrew k Sow. dial, the striking of the clock, the running of the sand : day and night, summer and winter, months, years, centuries these are but arbitrary and outward signs, the measure of time, but street Delwcen rirst and Brook lHe9aeatK geae: Louisville, Ky. IkaaBeaaul year lades estf- ear new, aad etenaV tOtftll eack, m fte fay 'Of.TSs caaaag, auy say, REED BROS. INSURANCE In All Its Branches "Wkw fejM.j w&rk way Arragi; 3kwfcW & Tta & pre aRtiaV '0 iat eici.frw ak Lwi Maf recttre 4e 4 wriL WalaHfaitUtfyaWV iakr i Mj je?, Vi. yfifcSCtety" ai tab h ly ftrreT wisely in; and how every day and all day long we have trans gressed the law of kindness it may seem a paradox, but In the bitterness of these discoveries a certain consolation resides. Life Is not designed to minister to a man's vanity. He goes upon his long business most of the ''time with a hanging head and all the time like blind child. Full of and pleasures as it is so that to see the day 'break or the moon rise, or to meet a friend, or to hear the vdinner call when he Is hungry, fills him with a surprising joy this world Is yet for him no abiding ity. Friends re-war-ds Wtm full-orbe- d; I This is the story of the prophecy. upon you to believe It. Forty years ago a lone skater upon the glassy surface of a lake in northern New England celebrated his solitary holiday. At the far end of bis dash he rested In the noonday sun, sitting at the base of a towering cliff. He was a stonemason's apprentice, a mere boy workman. He habitually carried his steel chisel In his pocket. Climbing high, and with much Hazard, up the face of the towering rocks, he cut this legend In the face of the ten-mil- e Fire life Casualty Windstorm JPaicel age-Autom- oMe Bctrglary Post Hail Acreage Cover-and Surety Bonds. ''l'J''01WIiJJ,ll jjpiiMWl M Kentucky .A 'bright' New Along-a- n Seven Senteice Sermons EAN to be something with wifr your might Phillips Brooks. all through, health falls, weari-'nes- s assails him; year after year he must 'thumb the hardly varying records of 'his own weakness and folly. It is a friendly process of detachment. When the time comes that he should go, there need be few illusions about himself. There lies one who meant well, tried a little, failed much; surely this may be his epitaph of which he need not be ashamed. Nor will be that are wrought upon us in thought and deed with the force and power of eternity, years whose marks we shall carry forever, were dissolved like the dew and their work Is finished. fall Beecher. vorite resort of pleasure parties. Each year thousands of eyes have spelled The years how they have passed! out the cheery monograph, while boats' They are gone as clouds go on a sum- passed, and many a hearty laugh has. mer day; they came, they grew, they rung with a heartier joy as old and rolled they waned, they young have .approved the sculptured died and their story is told. Years promise. It will long endure, for the stee? out deep, and the mountain will not re- ' move, nor the pretty lake pass ariy. The boy did not date it Fortunately bo, for that makes It fit every year and every reader. Why not for a century to come? A thousand times the question has been asked: "Who wrote it?" And ( . not time itself. Time Is the life of the soul ; If not this, then tell us what is time? Longfellow. mountain : i"The New Year Will Be Good." The bold lettering is vis Me for miles. The lake In summer is a fa- no one knew. themselves. So eternal truth of nature that the veryj rocks had miraculously inscribed upon . It was true to anyone who take the trouble to lift his eye. :nd read it In storms the snow silvered j the lettering. In sun the words gleumed ; with lines of living light A eontenco! by no means 'elegant but crui.e nndj boyish rather. Yet what rhetoric-couladd to the abrupt and simple' prophecy from a hopeful, Ualthy;: spirit? The New Year was to be just pljilnf Is It Was that enough? "good." not enough for us all? One good t you, another good to me, still another ro-ild- it seemed some "The 'Service Agency Columbia (Doing what can't fee done is tks ;glory dfiJivIng. Gnral Aaanstrong. way, of praise m looking 'bade, JAnd 'When-lh- e year has paesefl .way; J4nd golden sheaves, oor eaaall, nor ffcWl upard Year and a uanytrak Thls.lstmy New Year's wish loryoa &non. "TALKING MaCHINES' .youitell the truth, you ihave power supporting you.; but 'If. mot, lyouthave infinite, power against you. Charles George Gordon. iln-finl- If te With a Tone as rich as Gold in your hearts, to the which also ye were called iin one body; and thankful. Gol. 2, 15. (be And let the peace of Christ rule Sail Snet s The "PRIMA DONNA machine plays disc records. No extra attach ye t J are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabi- and compare it with other selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of mr workman- ship and construction. 3L. EL YOTJJNTG-- , Columbia, I :asked the 'New Year for some message sweet, Some rule of life which to guide my I asked, and .passed; he answered, & soft and low, "God's ivill to know." - ieet; 1 Anon. .- The time which passes over our heads so Imperceptibly makes the same gradual change In habits, manners and ' 'H"I'll" complain .at the summons which calls a character as in personal appearance. defeated soldier from the field; de- - Atthe revolution of every five years feafed, iaye, ilf he were Paul or Mar- we find ourselves another and yet the cus AureUus ! but if there is still one inch of fight In his old spirit, The faith which sustained 'him InbisUfelong discouragement will scarce even be required In this last formality of laying down his arms. Give him a march with his old bones ; there, out of the glorious earth, out of the day- - and the dust and the ecstasy there goes another same ; there is a change of views, and Faithf uPFailure no less of the lights In which we reSo sliall you front, clear-eye- d and gard them; a change of motives as smiling, the stress, the shining, of the well as of action. Scott brave New Year. Stevenson. If you would climb to the high Time is but a stream I go places, carry off the richest prizes, get in. I drink at it; but while I drink I the most enjoyment out of life, and fsee the sandy bottom and detect how have the sublimest old age, you must shallow it Is. Its thin current slides conquer the baso elements of nature; away, but eternity remains. I would you must have every atom of the dross drink deeper, fish in the sky, whose of dishonesty squeezed, hammered, bottom is pebbly with stars. Thoreau. burned out, If necessary; you must be come as sound as gold, as true ".jVhat Is time? The shadow on the as best steel. George K. Morris. " undis-hofiore- d. sun-colore- d 1 ; ! 24-car- at 5 "JEWELER" - - Kedurfcv What thou hast 'in store This coming year, I do not stop to ask.--; Enough, if day b'y day there dawns before me My appointed task; I seek not great things, For I have learned how vafn euch seeking Is, But let me seek Thy will, O King of kings, And find thesein my bliss. O. E. i; BIRTH of the NEW TEAR People of Netf Zealand first to Give It Greeting Fuller. aeKaeK aeKHK BEGINNING A NEW YEAR. HAIL In Field One FIRE InBarn 2S Insurance Policy Protects every Minute X X day as a Christian festival until the fifth century, and even now the Hebrews celebrate the'ir New Year's In September, for their calendar is ar ranged according to the new moon, which makes New Year's a moveable holiday. Today, however, ithere is scarcely a nation but observes this season of the year la some manner or .other, though customs .differ in most localities. s Though we are "apt to think that New Tear's has been observed since the year one, scch Is not the case. In fact, Hiere Is no mention of the THE but how many .people know of the manner in which the momentous date Is set? Do you realize that the new year is really hours old before the great bulk of the civilized world is able to celebrate its birth of the new year, as are well aware, is companies have lent their and signals are now sent covering both North and South America, all our colonial possessions, Australia, Japan and the principal nations of Europe.- - Some ;idea of the speed with which these "New Year's greetings are flashed from "Washington to distant points can be gathered from the fact that it takes less than 0.4 of a second to reach the Manila observatory; 0.5 of a second to reach lick observatory, California; 2.25 seconds to cover the distance between Washington and the coast survey station in Alaska this Includes relaying andfour seconds to let the Wellington observatory In New Zealand know that the new year has reached us after 'the eelebratlon has been hours old. as Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE A JfesolttttOtt Tj patriots, rather tljatt paniHanB; w una njr u?aw bt W. T. 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The water company Elk Brand Overalls. evidently thought the old topers Mtrray's Mere. had to drink something and would take their spite out on Babe Good, B2, is dead in the Walnut Hill section of Casey. water. btatrmtjfl; to gn fontraro xxdi ffttj to aiglfjr Irwl af purpose and eftVrtivrneu, nb list mm mtr afraid of tw Jtiax, xb af v.(v. .m. w. wan u 44u4. CMfinupiIaimtal arrival? Priority in cejoicing over the event Is actually giv-s- n to the untutored inhabitants of the islands of the South Pacific The.first of the civilized-worlto greet 1921 was the people of the far away New Zealand. Sweeping westward, the change of date crossed Asia and then the old world of Europe and Africa before starting overt the Atlantic to America-- Onward it sped at the rate of a thousand miles an hour until, the first day of the new year died away in the middle of the Pacific. 0 In the United States the Idea of an- -' nouncing broadcast over the land the birth of the new year originated with the officers In charge of the n&Tal ob servatory in Washington. About 15 years ago It was suggested that the telegraph companies dispatch at midnight from Washington a series pf signals proclaiming the exact moment of ihe new year's beginning. The 'Idea wes taken up and signals were sent ouf at midnight and at one, two and thrrfe" o'clock In the morning following in .order that each great time division of the United States should receive Its own appropriate midnight signals from the capital. The practice has now becqme fixed. The signals' used are akin to those sent out each 'midday.. These begin five minutes before the midnight hour by way of warning, and cover each second of the clock except the twenty-nintthe last five of each of the first four minutes, 'and the' last ten of the final. Kiinute. After this last long break prolonged contact, the there is beginning of which asnounces the exact lactant of arrival of the new ye& Since the beginning of this service taer telegraph and moat of the cable . h, A NEW YEAR1S NEAR. girls. "It's coming, boys. It's almost here: The grand New Yearl year to be glad In, Not to be bad in; A. year to live in. To A It's comlngr, gain and give In; year for trying. And not for sighing; A year for striving. And hearty thriving; A bright New Tear, Oh! hold It, dear; For God, Who sendeth, He only lendeth." QUEER NEW YEAR'S CUSTOMS. Volumes might be written upon the queer customs and curious superstitions connected with New Year's day. Literature Is full of them, grave historians have preserved them for us, and versatile poets decked them with fairest flowers of fancy. From Chaucer, Sweet Spring of English Song, from Spencer and Herrlck, Milton and Shakespeare, down to the humblest magazine rhymes of today one and all thev have paid tribute. A wise essayist describes the day as "a peak on Darien, from which two oceans, may be seen. Into one we look" with sadness and regret, Into the other, with hope and faith." Onions Foretell Wet Months. Take 12 onions, cut them Into halves, hollow them out and fill with salt. Those in which the salt completely dissolves indicate the wet months of the coming year. good to others. But always to all who will grasp it, written on the very face of the turning globe, the qext vear will be "Sood Last summer a wealthy vlsfTor aJj the lakeside hotel drew the proprfe-;- i tor to the corner of the veranda, and. lifting his glasses, asked: "Do ycru see those letters on the rocks? I am the boy who cut them, January 1, 1847. You seem glad to know the anchor. I never revealed the fact Why should I? "It Is not because I said It that it, Is true. No matter who says It on 'a l Happy New Year the New Year wHIi be good. It Is true in itself. Happy' the man or boy who says It who feels It and who will have it so. "The mere freak of a moment, yet somehow later I awoke to the fact that I had written a life creed on my heart out of the hopefulness and daring of a. boy." Let us take the hope and courage oif youth as the truth of this latest of our years. The New Year mus? be good. We will make It good. Can you not see "those lettered cliffs? Nc visitor ever was dull to their magic spell, and many have read j32Saj2!&J gratef uT TearsT SLEIGHBELLS - them-throug- - JINGLE ; Bteel Hear the moaning and the groaning of the winter breeze; Old Year's dyinghear him sighing, listen to him wheeze-- I Weary Willie Is quite chilly In his threadbare coat; this cold weather altogether gets his goat Old Br'er Babbit's wary habits' now avail him not; hounds are telling by their yelling that the trail Is hot See "the fuel fight a duel with yow next, week's pay; watch your nieter and the heater steal your heart away I You remember last SeptembeKV5Aa- gust and' July? Sun was shining, ye. were whining, vowing you would Ml You were praying for soe slelgfiiag, crying for some Ice; bow Ifs freezingr quit your sneedag; yell, and say ks ill-cl- ad i . rx 5 ' -'- - - V . c u , 4TV ti-- . y, 8 S Rossell Creek. EDAIR COUNTY the winter. wmmm NEWS. v- Born, to the wife of R. H. L. Health, in this. community is Hudson, the 21st ult., a boy. 1P? !f1 ni 1 James Dawson, of color, had Vopv Wrtnn sf rvruaant in of getting his house and contents burned last fntfets neighborhood. Sunday night, but the good peo iir. J. D. Todd, who has been made him whole and confined to his room for several ple have help him build another weexs, is much better at this will house. wr ting. We are exDectme to nave a Miss Mary Todd, who has a position in Cincinnati, is at school taught here this winter, but have not yet decided on who ibume to spend the winter. will be the teacher, Hood, who has D. E. Sanders have tvea confined to his room for W. E. and bought the D. K. Pelly farm. several months, is no better. Consideration $3,250. Mrs. Myrt Grasam has been We had a very quiet Christon the sick list for some months, mas. It is nothing like it used iAiio better. to be when John Barleycorn had Mr. Dick Squires and wife, of free access to this country. Crapbellsville, were visiting Mr. S. L. Chappel has recentX ends and relatives here during ly bought his saw mill back ne holidays. from Homer Tucker and will Mr. John Garrison and family, continue in the timber business. ' of L misville, are visiting relaCrocusI tives in this neighborhood Oar Pitch players enjoyed sevWood getting is the order of eral goad games during Xmas. Mr. Paul Smitlrand Miss Sa- -' the day in this neighborhood. r a "" . Christmas passed off quietly the misfortune 4 42uit i .$K,U '-- ; THE trULVE'RiSA! j FORD CR ANNOUNCEMENT. gen-erall-yi teetf A ' Mr.'-Cassia- s -- In considering the extent to which they, can further the growth of Ford dealers the building up of their individual organization, and the extent to their activities. The Ford Motor Co., have permitted us to operatein unrestricted territory. But knowing that we can not give the proper after service to our friends and customer who live beyond our territory, we, have decided to confine our activities to Taylor and Adair counties. By increasing our organization and strengthening it, it places us in a better position to look after our old and new customers in after service, and places us also in a position to offer time sales to all who have not felt, during the past, that they were able to pay for a new Ford Car or Tractor at the time of its purchase. We are now prepared to offer the buyer our time sale proposition. Insurance on the car and the interest are the only additions the buyer is required to pay. -- . H Touring Car (without Starter) f.o.b. Columbia -- fr ' Insurance and Interest One-thi- rd $509.89 28.90 538.79 179.59 '& t. Cash Payment i. . Knight surprised Mrs. .Sallie Grant visited ' her . "Tin' pi; Balance due in monthly installments 359.20 daughter, ,Mrs. Pearl Antle, last by getting married lB "1 "? :, . -- 7". before Christmas The LSunday. 29.93 Amount due per month 'U r, ,rgom is the youngest' son ' tMr., Granville Aaron, who has i,, Note our price is delivered at Columbia. We adhere seven days in the week for after service Mr. H. T: Smith. The Bride is been, very sick for several days, on all cars we sell. You can now place your order and pay for your car on the monthly installment a daughter of Mr. Otha Knights is improving at this writing. plan.and it will not be necessary to deprive yourself of the full price all-a- one timeCall on us or adwho fives in the Carmel section!' The-- grist mill that is Jaeing' vise us and we will have our. salesman call and thoroughly explain our offer. All type of cars, and also' .Several young people from operated near, here byt Autle & orderiopw for immediate the Fordson Tractor will be sold on easy monthlyters. Let us have-you- r &.ti3 neighborhood attended the Aarons is doing good business. delivery or Spring delivery. Our allotment of cars isjimited: In the ten years that we have been aucial near Tabor, "last Saturday They do their very best trying Ford 'dealers, we have never yet secured enough carsf or the demand. Do not be caught. "Place '. your order now. might. n to please their, customers. family . Mr. George Smith and Mr. Kip Aaron, who has been days at very low with pneumonia, fever, spent .twodr three Gadberry, visiting relatives dur-ji- g is improving at this writing. INCORPORATED Christmas. '? Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grant (Married, last Saturday after- and little daughter, Ruth Myrtle, noon, Mr. John Will Cundiff and were visiting Mr. and Mrs. HiJtttss Julia Corbin who drove to the ram Jackman last Sunday. feoineof Rev. Z. T. Williams, of The school at this place closed Cbiumbia, who united them in last Friday. Miss Keltner is a course Jamestown thought it And see it again in splendid gaifcfe holy bonds of wedlock. Im- -' lore, fine teacher. We wish her back would be no trouble to win over Jinediateiy alter the ceremony with us next year. as small a place as this,, but let The banner which you lovedg so they returned co the home of the Mr. well Thomas Grant made a me say they found some very bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs E, business trip to Columbia one hard work to do and worst of all But still we loved it more A- - Corbin,, who is a prominent to no avail. We won by a large And sojt has come to live at old day last week. I will Close Out the Remainder of my Casey Creek iarraer of the Glensfork, amount. The following shows Mr. Leslie Cundiff and family High Top Shoes, Sweaters, Underwear and Next day, (5unday),ith'e spent last Sunday with Mr. and how the two schools went each Oh, yes forever more. accompanied by the couple, Blankets at LESS than COST. Brittie Webb, Sunday during the contest in atMrs. Matthew Aaron. bride's sister, Miss Eula Corbin, Glensfork, Ky. I have a Complets Line of O' Bryan OverMr. Thomas Grant made a tendance and bibles; returned to the home of the Jamestown Glensfork Tina Mo. alls, Ball Band Rubbers and Boots. room where a magnificent din- - business trip to Horse Cave one Attendance Attendance aier, and a few relatives and day last week. Bibles Bibles Motion Pictures in my Hall Every Saturday News, friends .awaited them. The Mrs. Dealie Aaron visited Mrs.; Nov. 7, t "655 EditorSir: night. Good Band Music. ijride is a prominent young lady Annie Grant .one evening last , 7$d$' 4ear 0 .Nov. 14. 'You will find my subscription sf die Green river section. The week. ''72-6;r. Nov. 21, expired September 19, 1920. I groom is one of our best young 100-8Nov. 28, Dirifo. am now sending you a check for en, known to everyone in this 8 9 Dec. 5, ' .entire section. In a short time renewal for another year. Will C. ,McKinney, of Co- Dec. 12, ;' Ahe couple will begin housekeep- Mr. 6. close, wishing all a happy New 6 Pec. 19, Year and die News a prosperous ing in their new home, four lumbia, was in our midst one Dec. 26, j ' 5 ?, day last week. ,,, year. George Hunter, the noted miles from Columbia, on ped down as if from an airplane On the 26, we had a Xmas IUinoiSj Mr. Elbert Wboten, of iJjeilRville pike, where John Will ,Yours truly, He being posted wasn't at all terror to outlaws is dead, the tree and all thefu'ttle folks were J. W. Evans. owns a mill and a store almost is visiting relatives at this place. surprised. There was a rustle end coming in a hospital in made happy by' the appearance completed, and as soon as finish- - There has been a number of for tickets and when the Bur- Louisville, last Thursday. He of Santa Claus. During the con, , &i he will go into the mercantile hogs slaughtered in tjais neighlington passenger arrived they was 88 years old and a native of 'A Surprise. test one Bible was there, the borhood during the last week. ' o?.iiusineBs. We all wish them were soon aboard for Chiljicothe, Nelson county, and for many owner being your scribe which success and "happiness as theyf Messrs. Oliver and Aaron out of sight to all, The years he was town Marshal of was 300 years old. It was Ttev. "Last Tuesday morning the and V. Journey down the paths of life. Claywell, who have been in In- G. R. Abrel's bible, and had been young folks of Tina had gather- crowd that was left seemed to Bardstown. He was an soldier. Some years had been one . Mrs. Elizabeth Hancock, who diana for the last few months, in the family for generations ed at the R. R. Depotjto see their feel as if there ago when an effort was made to pulled over on them. ;Tias been in feeble health for a have returned home. back. Also a song book, the friends come and go, and was died at her sisters', Mrs. . &.'J&a Mr. Selby Royse and family, property of Mr. CJ" A'. Walker, having a good time, when all at They returned Wednesday arrest Grove Kennedy in LinFaiie Pierce, at Cane Valley, of Louisville, are visiting rela this place, which was made by once a big touring car came noon as Mr. and Mrs. Lilburn coln county failed, Hunter said daugh- he could place him in the hands Tuesday evening and was buried tives at this place. his father, J. A. Walker, in down the slope and ran up by Bryant. The bride is the ts . . fkt .the home place Wednesday. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie John- - of the law. He had killed severMr. Arthur Stotts, this place 1827, the words and music being the platform. When the 0 srot out. it was Sammie son and is one of Carroll coun al men and was regarded as one 1Mrs. Mary Spiller and Miss will remove near Columbia, on written with home made ink and of the most dangerous men in Er-';- the Glensfork road, sometime a goose-quill- . enr Ella Todd were visiting at This is sure some Johnson and his sister, Edith. ty's most accomplished young ' given Cundiff 's last' Wednesday, soon. Mr. Stotts is a good citi- treasure to have and should be Edith was dressed like a bride ladies. Theroom is a son of the State. Hunter was nest job and in a short time he zen and will be missed by his prized very highly. We have a ready to step out. Things were Mr. and Mrs. Carley Bryant, of the from Columbia. Bryant has was landed behind the bars. many friends. fine Sunday school at this place. yet going good when all at once Neatsburg, Ky. Mr. With best wishes and a New Year to the News It is a union Sunday school, and another big car drove down by made his home near Tina for the It is reported that Hon. King GlensforK and Jamestown Sunday we all work together, so that is the side of the one that had al- Dast two years. He is an indus rand its force. made Swope is slated for United Schools Contest. the reason we are strong as ready arrived, and out stepped trious young man and has time. States Attorney for the Eastern Pellyton. Jamestown has already found Lilburn Bryant and iis friend, many friends during that cfistricc of Kentucky. The fifth Sunday in October, 'ere this time. To the defeated Ralph Hubbell. LilbUrn with a Their relatives and many friends w new suit on that no one had evir wish them good luck and a long and Mrs. C. Lanehart, of' Rev. Quinn, of Jamestown, school we will say The LaRue Herald and the seen. Now, it became suspic- and happy life. Indiana, are viBiting Mr. and challenged the Sunday School, Your little banner it is gone; LaRua News, two weekly papers , , ious to the visitors, and figured Jblrs., B. E. Rubarts, af this place. at this place for a contest, the Yes gone forever more. J. W. Evans. that have been published at wedding, and in the t. llr. Wm. Pelley, who has been prize to b a banner. We ac- - But we will kindly aik you to it tone meanwhile Robart Bryant drop, Adair County News $1.5a Hodgeftville have consolidated. visit us, Iowa, has returned to spend Jcepted the challenge, and of rah.their-friend- s Sat-ai'rd, ay 1 v.-'- f t -- The Buchanan-Lyo- n Co Columbia, and Campbellsville, Kentucky. i i ! My Loss Your Gain sec-tio- a. j -- 82-5- 4 4.1 79-7- 83-6- 4 7 -- 96-8- 2 8 125-10- 137-11- 206-20- 6 173-15- 3 L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. 303-30- 3 206-20- 0 246-22- 105-10- -- . . - occu-nan- ," pros-pero- us . " ia ft - r--- - fs W-w-- vi