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J I MOTr x'f'Z& Born,to the wife of Attempt tO Rob Bank of Columbia Four Hen Enter Columbia In Automobile But Fail In Jheir Mission. tOftlERSHRED-ONAT Cleve Burton, J3 WEDNESBAY JAN. 12, 1921. ,ri-- ? ,i'j?r--- , NUNIEKt 12 Died at Knifley. at McGha, January 4, a for sale I have a lot of good shingles at 84 00 per thousand. 9-- 4t Geo. Bailey, Roy, Ky. Mr. Jo Knifley purchased of Mr' W. H. Sandusky the latter's fine Eeo car. Price, private. Last Saturday was Jackson's Day, so namedfor the victory the old Gen eraigaiDed over the British at New LEBANON. Orleans in 1815. When you bay Shees, be-sor- e Sunday night between twelve and Mf o'clock four men attempted to rob the Bwik pf Columbia, bnt they failed to ge$ a dollar or anyvaluable papers. They came to Columbia in an automobile which they stopped on the pike pear the Christian church. The men then made their wato the bank, picking up Pete Garvin, who is the chauffeur on the auto mull line be tween Campbellsville and Columbia. They conveyed him to the bank and after jimmlnglog the Iront door he was placed in, the back-rooand guarded. The robbers then knocked off the combination pf the door leading into the vestibule of the main vault. About this time the robbers . became frightened and left. They left their tools and a grass sack in the K . .bank, the sack was brought along, it " is believed, to parry, away the money. Some young men .who had been up playing rook, gave the alarm 'and a party of men started ..In pursuit, in . m -- i - - Coleman, W. A. Garnett, S., E. Ford, Just Arrived. j- W. W. Murrell, Miss Annie Conover, price no the best. The best for the U. N. Whitlock, Mrs. Bobt. J. Pente My new SpriDg samples of Drjk natter what the price may be at cost, L. T. Neat, J. D. Todd,-- John goodsetc., from Mitchell & Church v Murray's. Eose, M. M. Ingram, Mrs. J. O. Bault, Co., New York. I havethem on disJo Morgan, E. M, Montgomery, Lon play Mr. Aaron Haynes,who lives near my home, Hancok Hotel. Call in F. Loy, H. J. Sherrer, F. A Eosen- - and see them. Prices right. Bussell Springs, was reported very Phone baum? W. G. Hplliday, Mrs. Laura No. 142 low a few days ago not expected to Jackman, John D. Lowe, Melvln, live. He is about sixty years old. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson. R. T. Caldwell, Thos. A. SheriSpring Dress Ginghams, standard I have some customers that, it is a Charged With Horsestealing. We have a big supply of army laundan, S. Stevenson, W. A. Crooks, H. brands. 20 cents per yard. dry bags for sale at 35 cents each. pleasure to credit. Find oat if it is s, G. Chilson, S. A. Hatcher, J. F. Bussell & Co. Bollin Hadley, who says that he is; a The material can be used for many Mrs. W. E. Golder. yoa. W. I. Ingram. things. Colors, white, blue and tan. native of Adair county, was arrested The store-hous- e of Charles Robln-eoGeo. EL and Guy Nell purchased the at Fairplay last Wednesday by Sheriff ChristrhasJtarriages. Come in and see them and other county, was Long View,-BusseJ. T. Goodman farm, out on the Cortez Sanders and Jailer A. W. entered by thieves a few nights ago, Glasgow road, last Thursday for stealing a "horse and several suits of clothing, some During the holidays there were sevwith T. G. Rasner & Sod, The farm contains 75 acres and near Hardy ville, Hartfounty. He overalls and a few overcoats stolen. eral weddings in the upper end of 12-Columbia, Ky. is very productive. was brought to Columbia and an ef- No clew up to this writing, though Adair county: ipirelia Reduced. fort made to get in communication some of the goods were found out in At Knifley Miss Hazel Knifley was For Sale. with Hart county parties, but failed. the woods united to Mr. P. B. Goode, both I am booking my Springy orders prominent. The bride is a daughter Later in the day Otho Bryant came If your children need school books One combination fire proof safe in corsets now. Easter comes of Mr. and Mrs J. S. Knifley and the to Columbia and made an. affidavit good condition. Call at this office. and school supplies give them the cash groom a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. early. Spring catalogue shows, many-newhich stated that he had reasonable styles. A corset for every typa pay for them. I do not sell them Goode Bloodhounds arrived last Tuesday, grounds to believe that Hadley had. to of woman, made to her measure. the meantime notifying officers at about midnight,. to trail the man who stolen a norse Early the next morn- -. on time: On Monday, the 3rd inst., Mr. G. Lebanon. At entered Albert Bryant's house and ing Mr Tarter left with the prisoner Campbellsville and M Henson and Miss Bessie Cabbel Prices reduced. Satisfaction guaranW.I. Ingram. " ,. .Lebanon the police tried to stop-thewere joined in wedlock; This couple teed. Phone No. 142. Columbia, Ky. Mrs: Bryant, but they for Hart county. Mr W. E.'Noe lias removed to the Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson. Hadley claimed that lie walked all but .failed. The officers shot twelve failed to nose a trail. live at Dunnville, Casey county, and residence he repently purchased from Fdirplay, the way from Hardyville-tor fourteen shots into the car occupied the bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Our sales for 1920Jwere by far th Take a dose of Herbine when you walking the distance, to Gradyyille In Mr. if. B. Kelsay, opposite wnere Mr. by the robbers, and they report here Mrs.. Lucien Cabbel), her parents for- largesrTwe have ever had. We will that they think some of the shots are bilious or constipated, or your the night. He told how many hours J. Press Miller resides. Mr Jo M. merly residents of Joppa, Adair Jcoun- - try 'to make 1921 another record breaktook.effect. Even if the robbers had stomach is out of order. It is a mar- it took him to make the trip, and cal- Reed, who has been living on Green ty- r er. In a few days we wfll be receiv. got into the vault they would not vel of promptness in correcting these culating the distance, he made the river for several years, has removed to AtCuneYalley Mr. Bay Smith, of ing new purchases of stock in all hare gotten a dollar nor a valuable conditions Price, 60c. Sold by Paull trip afoot at the fate of six miles an the residence vacated by Mr. 3SToe. Campbellsville was. married to Miss Prices will be the lowest . hour. It would require a good walk? :Hr.Reedisa;natlve of Columbia and MaryPage, a popular and deserving that cash can obtain. document. Every thing was under.a Drug Co. tifi&dr6fCfarmIng. screw lock, and that .safe could not Mr. Finis Bosenbaum informs us log horse to have made the distance yeungtady, a daughter of Mr. Vm. Russell & Co. hare been opened by the bandits.- - that he is contemplating erecting a in the same length. of.tlme.r.'He We have a good assortment of mens ;Page. Doing;Well. The Bank of Columbia is a strong in- show-hous- e on his lot. where the shoe claims to have a Wife in Hart, county and Boys sujts and overcoats (custom Died From an Operation. its business will not be shop now stands He also stated that to whom he was married in Louisville made suits) that we are selling at tostitution and retardeuT Mrs. Collins Bridgewater (nee Miss Mr. Clrrk, of Campbellsville, has some weeks ago. He said,he had. his day's manufacturers' prices. day of spoken to him for a bnildjng with the wife failed to agree and that he had te-This same bank on the 29th Three weeks ago Mrs. Mattie Carnea, Mary Breeding,) and her sister, Mrs. ' Russell & Co. April, 1872, was robbed by the James view of putting Columbia on the left for good. who was the beloved wife of Mr. Yaro Charles Pyle, of Lincoln county, have JL .. Last Tuesday a man named Bell met Carnes, was conveyedjto St. Anthony recently submitted to boys and Youngeis and its cashier B. chain of his show, towns., operations, A Merited lomDiiment,: , with an accident justubelow Davis & Hospital. Louisville, for an operation: which were performed Injs Anthony-Hospital- , A. C. Martin killed. i v.. . & Co's hardware store The loose leaf 'houses in the Central proved both fbomtheBahk officials Louisville. Mrs. Bridg-wat- er" It was a complicated case and the ja-- 1 part of the State 'opened last '"week, He was Judge Rollin'Hurt, whorsucceeded troublesome. is now at her home in Louis We desire to say'td'the pnbllc- that tient gradually grew weaker until the but not many sales were knocked oil, Judge Carroll as Chief Justice of the driving four horses , hitched to a wa- end, which came last Thursday at i ville, and Mrs. Pjle is expected we have talked to the officials of both to be the prices offered being too low for Court of Appeals atv the reorganiza- gon Ioaded.with corn. An auto came o'clock in the afternoon. Her able to leave the hospital-:iabout av the Bank of Columbia' and the First the growers, and they withdrew their tion of the Court the other "day, has along the horses scared, turned over National Bank and reached here Friday afternoon week. They are. daughters of Mr. 'and tobacco. In some counties organiza- been a member of the Court- - lat Ap- the waggon, broke the tongue and did we know it is true, that they have the and from here were conveyed to the and Mrs. J. S. Breeding, this place. . tions were perfected to curtail the peals since January, 1915, and has had some other damrge burglar-proof- 1 safes deceased' former home, Amandaville, best and latest '4 growing of the weed for a few years. J&tgdy. the' Bible. six years experience on the. bench of 1 that are made and that no burglar has Last Wednesday'' night some one got Cumberland county. l'$C - L highest tribunal jSeThas ever .entered one of their' make, St any Buyers failed to put in .an appear the State's into Mrs. Etta Caldwell's house on' The deceased was a highly, .respectbeen a hard worker during ills service Because; people don't know the Bitime or place, and that all the money, ance at Campbellsville Loose Leaf last Greensburg street. Mr.. Caldwell ed lady, a devout member of the Bapen the bench and ranks as one of" the ble the first stiff breeze of skepticism, bonds and War Savings Certificates Thursday, and the sale was indefinite--, heard anoise and she screamed. Mr. tist Church. Her death was a .serious ablest Judicial officersHe is a native sweeps them off their "feet; Genesis " belonging to the said banks and their ly postponed'. Many farmers were Tilden Wilcoxsin, who is a neighbor, blow, not only to the immediate mem; those safes and are present and a. great deal of tobacco nf Adair county, a neighboring coun heard her, and grabbing his gun went bers of the family, but ,to the entire is THE BOOK that the Devil makes. customers were in always in them and under triple time was ready for the sale The Lebanon ty of Marion, and our people have had over. The man was going out the community. She was 41 years old, his target, because It-- is the formation of the Bible All of the doctrines of locks and no set of burglars could pos- sale was called for the day before but no cause to regret the handsome way back way and he fired on. him, but the and herluneral was largely attended. in which they honored him in his race the Bible are in germ form in Genesis. sibly enter either pf these safes. it was also postponed. Intruder escaped. Mrs. Caldwell did Hundred Party. Ge't posted on Genesisand you will ber for Appellate Judge when he was '', 500 This is the 22nd attempt to rob not miss anything. overwhelmingly elected to the bench. as solid as a rock. Come and study The two banking institutions of this banks In Kentucky but never a safe holding Warrants All persons Mr. aad Mrs- - Edgar Reed entertain- this book with U3 every Wednesday place had a fine run during Being an unusually hard worker, was entered by force. JudgeHurt is well qualified for the against the County (General Funds) ed a numberof their married friends night at the Baptist Church. Besides all this security, these the year 1920 They are e Leslie J. B. Smith, Pastor. money is not as plenti- executive officer of the Court. He issued Oct. 1920, and of prior date are yery delightfully Saturday" evening. Banks carry burglar insurance suffpossesses a judicial temperament and requested to call on me for payment. Jan 8th,- - at their home on Burkesville icient to cover the full anJount of all ful at this time as it has been, the MaComb.lll. mat- Interest to cease Jan. 13th, 1921, Street. Five huncjredwas played and such deposits and securities, their banks are in high hopes of increasing quick conception of the law in Bert Epperson, County Treas. deliclious refreshments were served own and those of customers. So the their business of the past year during ters that come to the Chief Justice 1. 3, '21." " t notice for action. Judge Hurt has at the close of the game The follow- public is absolutely safe, whether rob the coming twelve months. M. Adair County News, friends during made a wide circle of .Ing were present: Dr. and 'Mrs. C. berles occur or not. The Mrs. P.-- W. Dohoney farm, near Russell, Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Miller, Columbia, Ky., Mrs. Elizabeth HutchInson,v who hisstay ac the Capitol. Frankfort These two Banks have joined in a town, which was sold by Master Com- Mr. lived in Portls, Kansas, died about Note in Lebanon Enterprise. I am enclosing you postal note for and Mrs. Irwin Eraziert Mr. and reward of $500.00 for the arrest and missioner W. A, Coffey, by of Mrs Edwin Cravens, Mr. and M,rs. the amount of ? 1.50 of which pleas' two weeks ago. She was 77 years old, conviction of all or any number of andVas Items Prom the' Record. court, county court day, to .J; H. a native of Hart county. She Eros Barger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, credit me for your most welcome vis-i u. these robbers. YouDg for $4,350 was a clear sale. Mr. leaves a number of relatives In Adair, itor, Adair County News). I intendMrs. Herbert Taylor. These safes are kept,.under time M L. Mitchell, O. During the year 1920 . ( "ounty Court Young has already made bond for the. Mr and ed visiting old Adair this winter, but J. and J. M. Ruslocks even during theday. being first cousins. Mrs. Hutch-erso- Clerk S C. Neat issued 132 white purchase money. He expects to imhave declined until some more consell Died at Mt. Pleasant. "In addition to all these precautions, marriage license. Colored,' 12 prove the farm and will have it cultibefore her marriage was a Wal venient season. With best wishes to sufficient guards.wiH t?e maintained top, and her mother .was For the year 1921, up to January vated in the event he does not sell it. a Mitchell. Mrs. Lena Hendrickson, who was the News and all itsnumerou3 readers o protect the banks agains,tburglary. 5th, he issued 275 autoJicense and 27 very desirable planAbout three years ago she and her It can be madea I am as ever, wife of Mr. Lucien The fact Is the people. money and daughter visited in Columbia. , truck licenses.. There are a few own- tation. Jas. F. Log?n. died at her home, near-ers of autos who have not yet applied valuable papers are safer In the bank's Saturday. She . We learned from Mr. Art Hurt, Pleasant Church,' last We have received a personal an safes, than elsewhere, ..from, burglars The farm lands in this county are for license. ' who was here last week, that his was quite a young1 woman, -- one who very cheerful letter from Mr.. C. SV i Twenty Chauffeur licenses have probably not as valuable as two years or from tire father, Mr. Geo. J. Hurt, is still in. had many friends, and who will be Harris, West Point, Miss He is Ik ago, but the land Is just as good and been issued. DwrA$aIpv'$ the hospital at Dayton, Ohio. He said greatly missed. She was. a daughter fine shape, and is out to increase his. Licenses paid on 753 dogs. as much truck can be grown now as that his father was in bed, could not of Eld. M. F. Harmon, who lives in possessions during the year 1921. This was gathered two years ago. Just be was a Columbia Taxi Co. walk, and taking his age, 78, into con- MisslssiDoi. Her mother Pilgrim Coffee 1SJ cents, will be gratifying news to his many cause the demand for. farm products """' sideration, if he ever fully Squires, and she was a niece of Mr. W. Adair county friends. In one resMfc Moarch CofleeO cents. not as great as it was a few montha is ' town. 18 lbs &ar 11.00 Ford Cars to and from Campbells- recovered. It .will be remembered F..Squires. who lives near ago, is ncrteason why a man should heisllkeDavte Crockett. When'W BMli &Co. sell hie farm for a song. Let the far- ville Dally. Rates $1.50 each way. that about six months agio, while vistoys is sure he Is righc, he goes. ahead. What 1 iuYe left f Mens iting in this county, Mr, Hurt got No. 52-- or 12, or see roof mer put the seed In the ground and Phone JCr. J-- T. P& h wraJbT tvercMts at mi at Elk Bra ,. badly managed by the taming over of siHr Ky. -- .hi - " Ma4dQM..teMr. H. T. cultivate the lanti. The farmer will R. L. Wethington, Columbia, . a wagee, on Ml 7TjW MW 3 , Uteri!. MvraysUtrtY . f th Russell Springs road. . come out all right in the. end. ( . . - i;wo. V 7??W you get Con-over, Our shoe department is full upwith dependable shoes at the new. spring l Mr. J. T. Johnston, who was one of prices Bussell & Co. Adair county's best citizens, died in the Cane Volley section last Tuesday Mr. A. W. Tarter, Jailer of the night. He had been confined to his county, who carried Rollin Hadley to bed for a number of weeks, and his Hart county, charged with stealing a death was not a surprise. His death horse, returned last Thursday night. is not only a serious blow to his fam- He stated to the News that he delivily, but to the nelgeborhood where he ered the right man. had long resided. He was a conscienFind oat how long it will sait me to tious good citizens, a kind neighbor, everybody who knew him having a credit yoa. If the terms don't suit yoa good word to say of his life and splehv get year credit elsewhere. V dld Christian character. He had. long W. I. Ingram. been a member of the Methodist! Church, and was 'ever ready to con? Mr. Abot Wilson, son of. Mr. Logan tribute to all the ordinances ottha.ori Wilson, Bussell "Springs, and Miss ganizatlon. The funeral services Clara Hopper, who lives out in the "were, held at Mt. Carmel on WedoesJ-- . countrya few miles from the Springs, day, a large number of relatives anil were married a few days ago. The couple, at present, is at the home of friends attending. He is survived by his wife and sev- the groom's, but tliey will soon commence housekeeping. eral children. Death : - jr a Gasf Citizen. . Subscribe for The News. Paid List. m' r i Mr.' Jo Emmett, who was about; fifty years old, a good citizen, died ers and renewals since our, issue of last near Knifley the first of this month. Tuesday. His funeral 'was largely attended. He Mrs. Cattle Willis, J. W.Coy, L. M. woa never married. r, Watson, N. E. Christie, Hudson We can now supply youjwith "overC. H Campbell, G. B. Smith, J. seas" caps for 25cts each. We also V. Willis, Virgil Collins, Mrs J, B. have the long trousers without laces Jones, Jas. IT. Logan, Mrs. Alice Walk-ej-r, at the bottom for $1.00 per pair. Call Hall Baker, John W. Morrison, and see. them. Mrs. W. L. Parks, Mrs. Judith Ellis, T. G. Easner & Sdn. T. A Firkin, A E Wheeler, J. S. 12- - 2t Columbia, Ky. Royse, Mrs. Mary Biggs, The foltowlnglare new paid subscribCon-ove- v Mrs. Wm. Eey-nold- n. ll big-barga- ins Tar-terycharg-ed $5,-7- 50 -- 2t for-Spirell- a who-struc- o ' dej-partmen- ts. '.. -- -.. tat , A ;.and-expensiv- e. - ns n are-Inform- & well-manag- ed, and-whtl- 12-2- n, the-devote- Hen-drlckson- ," d Mr 71 hadtal j E ii ni 12-t- y ., - . . .;- .- - ' is- - S. r- i" j ? v4.. 2 r ADAHECOUNTY NEWS iffisBShdow &&& 9"JBhBW M Shetferfod ty GRACE MILLED Ik - offtio JHESiKiL - Piixes !. J - WFea the" boy aad.girL stood, facia each other, eB&arrasMaent ketlhem silest for some mo'ments. Philip had. decided to find out whether 5mj knew of Reginald Brown's connection with the Pendlehavens, although he was positive In his own ralpd she did not "Itfs a nice day,"-- he blurted out and Tonnibel's low "yes" was her only answer. How pretty she looked, thought Philip, and how much he desired to kiss her as he bad the other time hithe- breaking dawn on the shore ' of Lake Cayuga. "Tony," he said huskily, "don't you don't you like me at all?" Tonnibel opened her- - eyes to their fullest extent Why, hadn't she kissed DAVIS m- HARDWARE COMPANY. A ' "". - Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store - Dealer In -- ' AH kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness A H,,,IWBJL a. I A Now xx or., nog cawfGzr&G&rxBLtamvtr WHITE oP'tKo and Farming Implements. carefully selected stock of Tinware, Wagon, Paints 3iovm.-Coutfttt- 3 ,lt, ', J picture to Uo'ctor John, and learns it be Quick Query. lngs to his brother. Dr. Paul Pendle-fcave- a. "Because I know how hfs will's him, oh, ever so many times? No It is a portrait of Doctor Tmats made," explained his mother, "and girl would do that She blushed and who had been stolen Slid,her loss has wrecked in her Infancy, unless his Caroline is found, your studied the tip of her pretty shoe. Doctor Pad's "Don't you, Tony, or if you don't life. Doctor John goes with Tony to tha Cousin John and I get all his money." canal heat and ministers to Mrs. Devoa couldn't you?" pleaded the boy. Reginald's eyes blazed Into a flame rhile she is unconscious. "I like , you heapsr1' she breathed of Interest Money was the only thing CHAPTER "VX Returning to consclous-xtwith suppressed emotion. htm. Mrs. Devon Is informed by Tony that attracted "Why doesn't he die, then?" he ask- to throw her arms about him right ef her visitor. She is deeply agitated, aukea Tony swear she will never tell of ed, dropping back sullenly. "He's old then, to tell him how she had longed Devon's brutality, and disappears. to he with him, all about her promise enough and sick enough, isn't he?" "Because he's getting well," replied that she 'would not leave the house' CHAPTER VH. Tony's personality and agalnwithout some one with her. She . Mr loneliness appeal to Doctor'John and his mother. "That he arranges to take her into his house as "What girl?" Reggie's voice asked was considering this when , 'a companion to his Invalid brother. "I wanted to ask you if you've seen the question In monotone. CHAPTER VIIL Tony's presence In "Some huzzy John picked up not that man again?" said Philip. "The the house has a good effect on Doctor "She's one PauL He begins to take a new interest long ago," was the reply. "You slung In the lake?" Interrupted t life. Visiting the canal boat, Tony brought Paul to life, and John Is wild finds Reginald Brown there. He attempts about her, and now " Tonnibel, a dimple peeping out at the to kiss heft Captain MacCauley appears "Where is she?" interjected Reginald. corner of hermouth. "No, never, and throws the man into the lake. Uriah "With your Cousin Paul. And,. Reg- guess old Reggie thinks I'm dead, don't Devon orders MacCauley off his boat. I gie, Pd give five hundred to get her you?" CHAPTER DC "With the girl out of the house." "I saw him In town today," he told Devon Insists that she shall marry Brown. The boy rose and stood gazing down her finally and then almost cursed On her persistent refusal he beats tier at the tips of his highly polished himself for his brutality. She had brutally, throws her into the cabin, gone so white and was looking about the boat, and starts to leaye boots. Ithaca. MacCauley follows in his canoe. "I'd give more than that," he replied her helplessly. He fakes the girl into the canoe through solemnly, "to know Cousin Paul was "He'll find me, mebbe," she hesitated, the cabin window. The men believe Tony . t a haunted expression coming " Into her lias committed suicide. MacCauley de in his grave." clares his love, and Tony acknowledges "Then rid us of the girl, and he'll eyes. "Mebbe he will." she returns it The girl returns to U - roon keel over," said the mother. "No, he wont; not If you let me Fendlehaven home. I Hut Reginald wasn't Interested in help you," exclaimed Philip. 'iNow, He listen to me ! Don't go out of Cousin Cousin Paul's new companion. CHAPTER X. At dinner in the ren&ehaven home MacCauley, not knowing- - of wanted money and that was all, now Paul's rooms for anything, no matter her- - presence in the house, meets Tony, that Tony Devon was dead. what. Call a servant If you want anyand his affectionate . greeting alarms "How about the five hundred for thing downstairs. And don't leave the Katherine and her mother. me?" he questioned, looking at her house unless?Vou go wrth me. I want Philip. That keenly. This' was a shock for your promise that you will not come i own mother any girl could speak to "I've said I hadn't It, my son," said downstairs." Will you give it to me?" In such a way was beyond his com- she. "Now run away and don't bother Tony dldnlt understand why she prehension. The door opened just then me any more." should promise this, and a whimsical Reggie did leave the room, but not thought came Into her mind that she : and Dr. John walked In. "She came down to tell me that the house. His mind wasfllled with was always making promises to some Paul wanted me and forgot it," he' said many plans to get hold of the cash, one, but she- - couldn't refuse him, and In a low tone. "The poor child Is quite he needed. There were twothIngs had Philip went away a little happier and to be done. "Whoever the girl with feeling much more secure. overcome." -- 1 Mrs. Curtis tossed .her iiead and Cousin Paul was, she had to go. It . - 'rose from the table, and Katherine, was enough that his mother didn't CHAPTER XI. rising also, followed her mother out want her In the house. Reggie could abuse his own women folks; he could "I Love Youjrtore'n the Whole World!" of the room." was very little said between make them cry all he wanted to, but. There One late afternoon Philip MacCauman and his older friend that any one, and a stranger too, could ley started for the Pendlehavens', dethe after the ladles had taken their de- Torce his mother Into a spell nf hys- sirous of seeing Tony Devon. Katherparture, but when Captain MacCauley terics, he wouldn't tolerate. ine saw him guiding his car up the was reaHy to leave, he looked anxiously "Then the other thlng-t- o which he roadway and ran to the door to meet had made up his mind- almost brought him. Her smile was especially radiant at his companion. "Cousin John," he murmured. "Yon his hajr on end when he contemplated for she had begun to- - lose her f ear It. The world had to be relieved of about Tonnibel's Influence over him. won't let any one " "Indeed not," interrupted the doc- Cousin Paul. "Sit down, i Phil," she entreated. tor, anticipating the lad's plea. "Tony Reggie almost A little' drop of something Reggie "Mother's " rose to his feet and walked'nervously sets her Into fits." 2evon is here to stay, Phil." "Could I could I see her, Cousin up and down the room. 'Twould be K Philip .still remainea standing. , John, Just a minute?" the boy faltered. easy enough to get hold of, for Dr. "And you've kept away so much, "Not tonight, old fellow," replied the John always had plenty, of drugs on dear boy," complained the girl. "It seems you don't care for us any more." hand. doctor, kindly. "Tomorrow, perhaps." "I do," though, but Tvo been busy," And Philip had to be content -That afternoon he met Captain Macevening Katherine spent with Cauley on State street The sight of replied Philip, not able to think of any That swaggering figure other excuse. "her mother In hopeless misery. Reggie's slim "He acted just as if he loved her," brought Philip to a quick decision. He "But you've always been busy, more -- she walled at one time in their converstopped directly in front of Brown, or less," the girl shot tack; 'and yet sation. 'vTd give anything to find out and, as it was the first time they'd met yon came. Mother and I have come since the memorable moment when to the conclusion that you couldn't "how long he's known her." "So would I," said Mrs. Curtis. Reggie had been flung In the lake, they have been very much" Interested In You 'Katherine, we've'' got to get her away looked embarrassedly into each other's Paul's protegee. by some means. She's bewitched John eyes. haven't even asked about her." "So you decided to come home?" she's brought Paul up from his grave- Philip coughed .embarrassedly, ihen and there's no telling, she may usurp asked Philip, his voice sharply toned. laughed. .. V"-you- r Reggie gathered together his courplace In their wills." "The lact Is, I came to see her toage and curled his lips. Why should day," he exclaimed. "And now she's hoodwinked Philip," gulped "Katherine. "Can't you think he be afraid of a Katherine went wax white. even if he were rich? of some plan? Can't we claim she "What do you want to see her for?" - steals or something like that?" "It -l- ooks like it. doesn't it?" he she asked sharply. "Oh, just to talk to her," replied "John wouldn't believe It, especially sneered. "And it's none of your busi-aesanyway.-MacCauley, awkwardly. ss,bow that Keggle is coming home," was ' answer. "His letter today said "It's my business about how you Katherine shook her head. "I don't believe you can," she prohe'd "be here very soon. Everything treat Tony Devon," PhlHp began, but , 4hat happens in this house out of the Reggie's fresh outburst cut off bis tested dubiously. "Cousin John won't let any of us go up to Paul's room, words. ... .ordinary Is blamed on my poor boy." began again to cry. and she never comes down any more." "Nobody'U ever treat her any-Tv-ay "7 --And she "Sphere's Reggie?" demanded the Heavens, mother, don't do after this," he almost groaned. "She's "Great boy. screamed Katherine. "Can't you dead, drowned In the lake." -that" '3 "Oh, he's gone to Trumansburg toA horrified expression passed, over ee weeping doesn't do any good? me B0 nervous I could fly. PhiliD's face. Then he realized that day,1' answered Katherine, listlessly. Ton Xe -- Reggie laughed insolently. "Do I ever let you inow where I CHAPTER 1L Uriah Devon, Tony'a ra- go, mater?" he demanded, dropping ther, returns to the boat from a Dro- - into an easy chair. "No, I don't &a tjrjjcted "spree." and announces he has come for five hundred ranged ror Tony to marry a worthless I won't! I've apaxuon of his, Reginald Brown. Mrs. dollars I have to have. Now cough Iron objects, and Uriah beats her. She It up." ites there is a secret connected "I haven't that much money In the Tonnibel. world," sobbed Mrs. Curtis. CHAPTER ITT. In clothes that Uriah "Then wheedle it out of Cousin feu brought Tony finds a baby's picture 'Tve simply . with a notification of a reward for its John," he commanded. return to a lector" Pendlehaven. She got to have it!" $es to return the picture. Paying no heed to his gruff Mrs.-- Curtis rocked to and fro CHAPTER IV. With the Pendlehavens, family of wealth, live Mrs. Curtis, a In excess of agoy. MfUin, her son and daughter, Katherine "If Paul had died," she wept, "we'd Curtis and Reginald Brown. Katherine is have had a lot of money" detpljr la love with Philip MacCauley. "How do you know?" was Reggie's CHAPTER V. Tonnibel returns the command, Mlvatloa army hall at Ithaca, N. T. tjiere she meets a young Salvation army captain, Philip MacCauley to his mother. Of course, as usual", she wept at the sight of him and beCHAPTER. Lonely and almost f rlend-3f- gan to upbraid him for his thoughtTonnibel Devon, living- on a canal "Why hadn't he let her know child of a brutal father and a worn- - lessness. where he was? Why had he been gone pt. discouraged mother, wanders into a SYN0P818. so. long? Hardware at Reasonable prices. and Oilsr V Full Line of Farm Implements We Also Handle Auto Supplies We invite you to call and see us when in the marketJor anything in our ""- - ' "Tony, Don't'You Like Me at All?" line s, She-wante- d DAVIS HARDWARE CO. At the Jeffries Old Stand .'--' girl" I" Phone 171 T- Columbia Kentucky. ' . -- r rs - -- - W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE International Made - toMeasure Clothes. Seeond Floor,' Jeffries Building. Res. Phone 13-- B. BusThess Phone 13-- A t Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST hr COLUMBIA., KY. Office, Front Rooms Jeffries B'i'de. a 71 lUP STAIRS. LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades,. High School, Normal, j COLUMBIA, KY -- Piano and ! Stud-- j Voice. Athletics under a trained athlete. Wholesome environment, ent body of high moral character. Rates $18C.0O a year. Catalogue upon request. L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones s of a - R. V. Bennett, B. A. Principal. sick-toda- y. Special attention"? lven Disease .Domestic Animals Office at Be ..etc. l mile of town, od . r.escown road Columbia, Ky. JOUR is NEW STORES A. F. SCOTT y oh DEALER IN usln 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock can serve you better, than never in your-- needjfor bottom- -- GARFORD TRUCKS 3i, AND 5 TONj For Low Cost per Ton, Mile M, 2, -- Salvatlon-armyap-ta- ln SEE . s, -- - "e -- " A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS Hf. and & p "We've got to make some plan to get . -- Tipr out of here. "While you're snivel- - "lag all the flme, you can't think.'; Mrs. Cartls rose and walked to her ' -- ' - 2My children have no sympathy for r "But you f- ;ttit"alL,, she shot back. while I cry? WU, -- ay I can't think Tyiratch me I I'll bet you five dollar Teay Devon Is t this house before aiether week to over." -- , fcedroona door. S: The Brown Bxt .morning cute hof, he when Xeggie went directly. ReginalcLdldn't know of Tony Devon's "And I am glad of It I wish he'd nevpresence In the Pendlehaveh home. er come back. He keeps mother in "She's better off then than she was tears most of the time he's here." "And 'Cousin John! I want to" ask the last time yon saw her," he said away. him 4M can take Miss Pevon " and whirled Twenty minutes later PhlllD was Katherlne's head went up in disr j talking to John Pendlehaveh. dain, 1 Toa proealsed last night I could see. "1 know what yea want to ask him," "But .yo Jibe today," be pleaded. 'Til promise she. Inierrapted tartly. odXio stay a few minutes. May I fo aeedn't waste, your 'sympathy en that D.evon Girl. x But awBinia says pTr- "Ne; m call Tony dowm. was the CeBtiaaai est Page & reply. "I don't want Paul disturbed today." Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff tr without questioa if Hunt's SI , fall Is the treatment of Eczema. Tetter .Rl8gwonn.Itch.etc. Den t become discouraged became otbet MONEY BACK ..INCORPORATED.. For Mote Than 40 Years on Market Street caa't laa car Monty Cuaranfe. Try It at our rkk TODAY. Mm fit. bf relieved caes. Yen treatment! failed. Huat'aSa) hundred of auei Sold by Paul Drug Company. One of the BestjStores of Louisville, Ky. GIVE US THAT NEXT J( OUR WORK . IS UP-TO-- D ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Z s VIENNA DEATH RATE BECOMES APPALLING U"-J- What are you Gotag to fe Them. With - - W '''fcSffiSVc .1 a-- Harrowing, Declares Authority on City's Desperate Plight. 'Ewefaiaf: . ' .Ijt - 4i WlfflWIg Poreiffnftrs arfi nourint? through " yfigWafeato!.. j, : tfc rate of 3000 daily, this is 21000 Five years of "famtee have resulted is greatly Increased mortality and morbidity In Vienna which before the tSrar was counted as ne of the health-"iB- t cities In Europe. Figures prepared by Dr. Qust&ve Bonn, head of. the Vienna Health 'Department, show that in 1913 the death rate was 15.3 per thousand. In 1918 the rate was 22.5 per thousand, an Increase of more than 41 per cent. Professor Hans fSpel of the of Vienna, says that "even mora terrible than the mortality statistics are "those referring to the of children aad their mothers. Owing to few .mothers can nurse their babies, and the milk shortage affects cot only Infants, but "11 children In spite f 1. that has teen done to help. At Professor Clemens PIrquet's clinic In the unl erslty some J54,649 children were ex amined In 1918. Only 4,637 of these or about were passed as skin good, fat good; 23,409 were pale and thin, or very pale" and very thin. "The health of thesechlldren shows mestdlsquleting features. Skin disease, . rachitis and Barlow's disease are rife. "The chief medical officer of Vienna going to happen to these asfes, 'What-ltinder-fe- d children, In whose bodies the germ of tuberculosis Is latent,-whe- n ' tthey reach the rtwentles, at which time it becomes active?' " To combatthese conditions the American Relief Administration of- - which Herbert Hoover Is chairman fed last winter In the city of Vienna some the flood. $Q0,000 of the destitute and under- 'Bourlshed children, supplying them I America. Jong known as the with a substantial meal of American melting pot, "where foreigners food, served 'In a number of large change their ways and become :kltchens opened oi that purpose. ' conditions In Vienna are more Americans, cannot always melt The or less typical of those in Poland and other countries of Central and Eastern it, if it is poured in too fast. Europe. Last year the Relief Adminpeople are infidel istration was able to reach some 8,500,-00- 0 Most of these children and this in religion, low in morals, op winter the program calls for the feeding of a like numler, but eight of the posed to government in general great charitable organizations of and wholly unsuited for your America have united under the name of the European Relief Council, of next door neighbor or adjoining which Mr. Hoover Is the chairman. farm owner. Ehe child feeding task will be carried on not only by the American Relief AdWhat will Congress do about ministration but by the American Red Cross, the American Friends' Service the immigration danger now disCommittee (Quakers), the Jewish Joint cussed in Congress and in the Distribution Committee, the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ In daily press? America, the Knights of Columbus, the It will do' absolutely nothing. A. and X W. 6. A. An apM. 138,000,000 has been made and peal for Why will it do nothing? the organizations named have Joined in raising the sum. You know the answer yourself " Unl-Terslty con-difJ- under-BOurlshme- nt f one-thirteen-th s weekly. It is said from 10 to 12 million are waiting on the .other side to come to America just as soon as passports and transportation can " be had. Tt is further said that this great horde, of foreigners is the worst average lot that ever come They are not to bur shores, coming from the better countries, they come from Italy, Austria Hungary, Germany, Rumania etc. We people, who have a rural population in Kentucky have seen but little of the foreigners settling among us. It the near future we may ex pect to see many of them as ttily spf.ead over the country. The flood gafes of Europe are about to break loose upon us. A few but only a few of the members of Congress are voicing a protest, Protests amounts to nothing unless action is had in checking V Dili ji--: JI1M.IY X 111 A 1JAITII WI y 9 9 b'oys3N? -- I -- am tripw xeaiyf to' siipply- young inen, old men and - with clothing, I have an immense stoct and receiving new J ' 'i": 5 "'. i -- V- - .'.supplies daily. -- I can interest you in prices. If you need any r;J w ' V thing in this JLine, call at .once. .".. k f iM?. . 2 ' SHOES! SHOES!! I '. ;?r My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. iBSi bought theni .' -- v KPV . right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. J BUCCIES AND WAGONS. i t 6 under-nourish- ed "(have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Rid- -; -- 6 " ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. need on the farm, I "Itlmatters not what you r-- can please you in the article and price. " J -- ....,:. I. a before it is given. LAUGHTER OF CHILD Theforeign element and vote -SCARCE IN POLAND of this country is located in the "In all the time I was In Poland, 1 Eastern cities and the" northern scarcely once saw a child laugh," declared Dr Harry Plotz, discoverer of the typhus baccilus, In a report to the European Relief Council on medical conditions among the Jewish population of Poland, based on his recent investigations there for the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. The most deplorable sight of all the miseries In Poland Is the condition of the children," Dr. Plots said. "Infant mortality Is exceedingly high and the because of high percentage of contagious diseases. In large part mothers must resort to artificial feeding as they are unable to nurse their children. In many cities I saw underfed children, suffering with diseases, wandering about the streets with no place to go, begging for bread." Tuberculosis "has become prevalent among the Jewish children, largely due to the overcrowded conditions In which they are forced to live, their lack of nourishing food and warm clothing, according to Dr. Plotz. Typhus, which killed thousands of Jews last winter In the worst epidemic Poland has ever seen will recur again, he said, as conditions are much worse among the Jews than ever before. "Favus, a contagious" Bkln disease, spreading from child Is "In Vllna to child," he continued. there are 11,000 cases among the Jewish, children alone. Smallpox, too, Is prevalent hroughout Poland arid the Ukraine and children, with widespread eruptions and temperature, have been seen running about the streets. There are thousands of cases every year, which vaccination would prevent, but there is no vaccine." Dr. Plotz told how In Lithuanian under-nourishment now-rapidly lessenlmmigration from any one been offered to Prince Axel. It nation because the thousands of looka like'the.nucleus of a revoluforeigners from that nation aU tion. Detroit News. ready here would be against him The Lord won't recognize His ior it. , The sourthern members of this' Day when they trough with it. Congress will line up practically New York Evening Post. solid against the tideof immigraWhat a pity it is not as easy to they are too few in enlarge the vision, as the mem tion but number todo any good. . , bership of Congress. You will not stop immigration Nobody but a practical joker of undesirables with "a Congress would give dad a pocketbook as filled with such names as Rosen-baum, states. There is scarcely a Congressman of the north or east but whafhas thousands of foreigners Perhaps the Board paid bills in his district. twice because, they thought it the He is afraid to offend them he nauticaKway pay out fore and would not be aft. Brooklyn Eagle. He will not vote to cut off or The Hungarian throne has re-electe-d. i i i ':1 t r F"--" -- r. F- - ? .k ' r2- - WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBUKQ, KENTUCKY. J f .1.-- ; i HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Specialty. PUCK HEAD OVERALLS UNION MADE Work a A . e l ' - v 5 Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All - J - J6a!! 4 UlSHE iJvr; - te..t ?. - 5 Bunckheizer, Rhoden-burgan- d Oskofle etc. If a man will look at the list on paper that makes the present Congress he will not doubt for a moment why we assert that Tillages he found children, six and nothing done, to seven years old, unable to walk or there will be talk, the' result of malnutrition. In stop the long droves of ioreign-er- s regions where whole towns bad been pouring every hour in the destroyed during the war, he found families crowded In miserable day and night into our country to pollute our good old American citizenship. a Christmas present, . Hell is a place to which we consign people whose tastes in Used 40 Years sin differ from ours Some men are born lazy, some become lazy, and others get sinecure public offices. Made with extreme care:- - ' 'Wl :for many years by NAZtlVtLLC --K- . CARDU S m The Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere r. o art Bryan is. a great orator, but not certainly not a "finished speak- - er.' Some women shine in their : )K The Greatest Gift. Your Christmas' gift to tha European child relief collection may help In saving a child's life and Is earnestly solicited. Send checks to the local committee of the Joint organizations or direct to European Relief Council, 42 Broadway, New York City. , Colun bla Barber Shop MORASS 6c liOTVEJ A Sanitary SJiop, when, both SatfsfactIonanl' ; Gratification are Guaranteed. the Volstead Law to curb the w. It wasn't necessary to invoke otkers'Jhomes. a own homes and soma only in The Puritan movement will upon-- time we occasion- have hard sledding unless the Once ally got half-far- e on the rail-- , Impuritan movement organizes roads. Now we get it in the to defeat it. The saloons forced reitkuranUf allt&r time. Syra? the Eighteenth AmendnDsnt. cueelHeraldV. l j? The making of home-brework would have been done just as well by the law against the indiscriminate manufacture of fcT ,t txploiif ;W.orld. ! 5. .cr " , Priotie TriMcript. '- - ' ; i-'x- : mmmmMm . Give us i.;-v Trial and be Convinced. .:-- ' '.;.- - - . i .& , ?. t . TH&ABAPkCODil praetMHtlly NEWIJ unnaotw -- govwrsment i up .afofrtt ; proposition. It will not only U Colanv6ia. Keivtacky. take a Urge amount of money, rrz? say $9,000,000 for. this years' EDIT&X Jjm.MURRELL, work, but it will take many extra SFO M?S. DAISY HAMLBTT, - - - - Mart men and constant "watching. t tt 'Myers, Assistant ComDuMertWcBrcripapaf dTetd to tba lsterrt PaulF. ReveCitrrfColMaMaua til MI rf Adair missioner of Internal eesatlM. AlWJttalai nue, declares that to enforce the t law is a tough proposition, from as secead Stered at the Colombo," the fact that the government is m&Q matter. dealing1 with the worst lot of JAN, 12.1921. crooks the country- has ever known. J FvUheitB WiBeays- - tb Jicut-dut-V ...... Post-offic- c 7mm. e this year' and. effojtjaJ weK. f r- ..... will be to organize the Stae Sncle Charlie Yates and ' his along that line. While the feel- daughter, Miss Ella, have mov-ert- p ing is strong, the farmers will their new home." ' endeavor to uphold prices by the B. Hill, the popular stock i cut-omethod." It is slid f$6d man has been with his fath- that the warehouses will be peti mother, in our city xf or May all the citizens of Adair County n tioned to for several ten days. Happiness and Prosperity, durWg waeks, and probably months, Mrs. M. L. Grissom and her of 1921,-ithe wishogie until the situation improves. daughter, Miss Carrie, and Miss U hr far a heen on the sick list .for the past! .'i mm mm2mr - 0. Department s er-an- d close-dow- ' '' have Health"' the year 'Sectional' Taxes A ' data w i Caldwell, of, Columbia, ft 'C V ". wre visiting V. 1 :uoperyer. Subscription Pricellst lanartad" postal Zona' &1! Zones berond 2ndB$2.00 perfyear Jl Subscription due and Fayablelin Advance f .& Anntuncements. For Sheriff. W.e.are authorized to announce that W;B. .Patteson is a candidate for, Sheriff cf Adair county; subject to the action of the Bepublican party, expressed at the August primary. " . For County Judge - We are authorized to announce, Ge6 T.terriford a candidate dor the'Adair County Court, subject to Judge 'of primary Au- - th4ction of the Republican tfltflbe help S08C. The New York Times notes that 5,K)0i employes of the Pull-macompany have' agreed f to take less pay awhile the companyj goes through the readjustment period. . These are not, we may say, the Pullman porters. They do not expect to take less pay unless the traveling public" puts down on tips, xnis may come, however. In a period of retrenchment many changes come. But, striking a rough balance, we can be pretty sure that the Pullman"p6rtf will probably be able to take care of themselves. Evening Post. n -- the Arab Saturday in For Sheriff. 1L. "; j Alter t&lkine with many friends, T .:r I One of the most difficult problems. Germany has to solve relates to the. employment of for-awrpfficers of the army. There iretvpnty-five-o- r have decided to become, a GanaUdajbe -- fbrlherifEof Adair County, subject to' tine action of the Bepublican party at the primary election to be held on August 6th, 1921. If elected I service in the performance otsmy duties, I shall feel deeply grateful to all who may see proper to give me their support and influence. prom-"is'falthf- thirty thou- sana ot tnese men, most oi tnem highly educated in their own ul . ,, Very Truly. Yours, George Coffey. On January '5, a total of 2,355,- "500 men were reported out of employment in the United States. I The canvass for county offices in Adair this year will be indulged in altogether by the Republicans. All the Democrats can do is, tyset back and halloo, --"sick em. it -- profession, who seem lost with no military employment. Some of them are starving, but others are centers of plots against the government. Something over 3,000 former German officers are now holding commissions in the Soviet armies, or were so em-ployed when Russia made her np.riysuccessful drive at Poland s ne months ago. Many people have believed that the German government sent those officers ,to Russia, but an equally probable hypothesis is that they went there because they had nothing to do ac home, and knew no profession except that of arms. -- Mr. Sam Z. Hardin, a native of Monticello, a prominent law- yer, died at London, Ky., a few ;days ago. He had practiced law at London for nearly twenty years. Mr. Hardin was known to quite a number of Columbians. Larimore, of Gireensburg, is an applicant for United States Marshal to succeed Edgar James. He is a good man and as a change will, be made we would be glad if Mr, Xarimore knocked the plum. Mr. Leslie We want to notify the crooks of Louisville that the next time .we. visit their very quiet (?) city, we will leave our diamonds at home. We will have nothing upon our person but a twist of lorig green, and we are satisfied thart the light fingered gents are too delicate to use it. Congressman Cantrill, who himself is a tobscco grower, is urging the farmers to hold their tobacco. He tells them that there is a conspiracy among the News M. Geo. Coffey announces his candidacy for sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party as expressed at the August primary, 1921. Mr. Coffey was born and reared in Columbia, a son of the late Jo Coffey and Mrs. Jennie Coffey. He has been before the people of Adair county quite a bit since he became grown, but this is the first time he ever announced for a county office. For nearly four years he has been a deputy sher iff under Mr, Cortez Sanders,. making a very efficient official. He is well liked by every body, and he feels that his long service as a deputy sheriff qualities him for high sheriff. He has a smile and a good word for all men, and if he has an emeny in the county he is not known to this office. He submits his candidacy, promising, that should he be nominated and elected, he will be faith ful to every trust imposed in him. He will personally see the voters later. In to-da- y's r .Mrs, El R. Baker, who has been confined to her room for several weeks with a complications of troubles, is thoughtto be improving at this time. Mr." Thompson, of Milltown community, was in this section a day or so of last week,; buying stock hogs at 10 and 12 cents per lb. He bought several head.- Judge N. H. Moss has been confined to his room for several days. He is threatened with fever. The work continues on our pike. A few more good days for worlrand the pike will be completed to the Wilmore Hill, something like a mile out of our town and we arevglad to say that road. it is an And aside from all this, ' the The few days of good dry fact exists that the North and weather got our farmers in the East pay the most in income notion of burning plant beds, taxes because they are the" and there has been several burnwealthiest. Transfer the wealth ed and sown in this community. of New England to Alabama, and Notwithstanding the low price from such a source to talk about of the weed, they are going to the "inequalities" or "sectional" raise more, and if there is no character of a tax that requires sale, they will store it away un- him to pay in New York on div Jil the market does open. Mr. idends earned in Kentucky! L. C. Hindman, of Columbia, And aside from all of this, the and Mr. Clayton Pickett, of fact exists that the North and Greensburg, were in this section East pay the most in income tax lastweek and bought several es because they are the wealthi- crons at nrices from 8 to 12 est. Transfer the wealth of cents per lb. Both of these men New England to Alabama, and are judges of tobacco and they Alabama will make no objection looked at only the best crops. to paying a "septional" tax. As Mr. C. O. Moss, who has been it is the man frith an income- - of confined to his room for the past $10,000 a year pays the same tax four months with an' "afflicted whether he lives in New York limb, has improved sufficient to or in Alabama. The majority be out on the stage of action in the new Congress v?ill find it again last week. He was down hard to readjust the income tax in town Jfor, the. first tirrfe- for so as to make people pay by secfour months. He is looking tions rather than by wealth. well, but has not gained Louisville Post. in his limb to bear his weight yet. Uradvville .ts up-to-date Announcement is made from Washington that "the sections of the United States which pay 84 per. cent of the Federal taxes will have a majority of the Sixty, seventh Congress," the uri-V mistakable inference being that an attempt will be made to shift the burdens of taxations so as to make other sections of the coun try pay more and New York and ', New England pay less. t The New York World doubts if such a plan can succeed, and ; then adds: A great deal of nonsense has been talked about sectional inequalities of Federal taxation. When New York capitalists cplK trol a Western railroad, for example, the taxes are paid in New York, but they are not earned in New York. They are earned Jn the section in which the railroad is operated and in reality paidpy F the patrons of the road. And the same principle holds true with all other lines of indus-tryThe AmericfQi Woolen Company has a branch in Louisville, and, as it is, well managed; we do not doubt that it makes money, and $he earnings are duly remitted to the owners of that company, a large majority of whom reside in (ew England. Similarly the earnings from the earnings from the various Louis-planof the American Tobacco Company are sent to .New York to be distributed in dividends. How silly it is then for the New York man who draws his income from such a source to talk about the "inequalities" or "sectional" character or a tax that requires him so pay in New York on dividends earned in Kentucky ! V relatives here last a day or so. - Bjl:nt3: of Odlxtmbi v RESOURCES Janurary, 1st. ' seyeral days of last .week with j s.t s . j .i.V. friends and relatives at James- . r. ". KfcrvnorjWill uncntfT?' anrl --Mrs ww.w.fe U... U,wUv t STATEMENT Loans and Discounts Bonds -- Mr. V. O. Moss, JbySMaster James 7 accompanied Moss, spent .:.Jf $379,778.?4 38,764.08 80,042.67 1,628.93 9,850,00 .J? 510,06412 ,1 :V , '.,-- last' Saturday Gr&nsburg. and Sunday at Cash on Hand and Due from Banb Cash and Cash Items. Banking House, Furniture and Fxtures 1 , ;Mr. James Buchanan, the pop- -; oial '.. '. . . j',. V -- ujar groceryman, of Campbells-- i Capital Stock Surplus Individual Deposits ?' 2 j"? ..V ..i.. LIABILITIES ..; . ville, was calling on his trade in our town-th- e first of the week and as usual had agood busirisf ; Messrs. Dohoney and Bridge--. water, called in to see us on their return from Ed lhe monton, last FridayV where they bad spentTseveral days installing -. Undivided Profitf Lesl'EjnJenVIs J. . &7&&&2850 i43'3-. - r.- ., 4 . . . ... OtherLiabilities i.v .. $1000,000,00 25,000.00 H &:?YrO .;:'. . 36a467 '.90.Wt - . Ejrts. O'S' !? ' Bank authoru;e to act as arid m any other fiduciary capacity? k plumbijs Zxecutor, " i?sS'SS Jfl3urC Administrator, ' .$410,064.12 - iq miTlf' Trustee " 1 the yBjCblt's Lighting Plant. ' Mr. Qft B. Esters and family are now&citizens of our town. We are- -' certainly glad to have When you write youwiS,' narnelhe-rkriof Cojumbia as your fcaecutor; so tH5 the estate;- - whkh yofcleaye., wl beprotecte 'foyour'vwl ones. ' " i.- ;7 OFFICERS Jones, Presiderii Jartfes Garnett, Vice"Prenl-J. O. Russell, Director Rollin Hurt; Director ' .t - this geod' family of people in our W. W. cbmTn'unity. ' Jno, To .Pwcrs, Cashier 5s S, Knifley, Ass't Cashier Director FfPrHfTiiector W:"S.-'Hinona- $fit I I Your Buffer BUIs NUCOA The Original Nut Butter NUCOA Is churned from farmer! Shto-.TOB- mjF&uu& tnreo aarasxaxmrin vxMun , NIT- OBeaaesT an".. COA &t bosiB. IiereXre tm ao- ersata to a - d: I 1 tha sweet meat o cocoaauis m pasxennzea miiK me result is time ana effort of mak ing butter. Many farm- era are Tnaring a Dig prone in tnu manner. Wbt not tout NUCOA win delight you. upsTrefer it. NUCOA NUOOA.ia or cdb"dnr or badng,3GS days ia the year. Keeps flavor down to the teat ipaf In both winter and summer. NOTljS lt.your grocer hasn't NUCOA Bend us wsname and wen acuu jrou & puunu JSXLXJXi. Meets Every Butter Requirement its rich? tratter-in- ca 1 n 1 American Butter & Cheese Co. M 'incorporated UJ't. Jenerson St. LOUISVILLE, KY. I 1j m in the family burying ground amid the honors of the Masonic Fraternity. A good man is gone and one who will be greatly missed. Mr. Robert Blair of Louisville is visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Miller and little daughter, Ciarise, of Virginia were visiting the latters mother, Mrs. Fannie1 Wesley, last week. Mr., arid Mrs. Enerst Thomas and little son Alfred visited the latters father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones, in Columbia, during the holidays. Miss Eliza Walkup, who has been very sick, is better at this writing. Mr. Wm. Strange, of" Inroadj Winder. Ga. Jan. 3, 1921. - visited his brother Mr. F. P. Strange of this place one day last week. Willis Loy bought a nice horse suffi-cientlstren- from Mr. I. F. Andrew last week "Cut Cmp," Mi. Sterling Cry."; steal the .present crop from the farmers. "Cut out the crop this yearl'JI They think because the growers arejn debt that they are bound was the cry heard' at the Far toeeUand for this reason the mers' warehouse alter a tew Jig iwHiufactttmra liave formed crops had been sold here today, a combination to rob them. Mr. and sales were abandoned and a Cantrill claim that the State and meeting of growers called for Federaljaira are sufficient to 1 o'clock at the Court House in Ht Sterling. The sentiment is prevent the theft, big manufactuers J:o Sam Dudley and Cordie Wilson were in Columbia, Friday. W. S. Baker, wife and chil- Si dren visited at Nell the first of the week. John D. Lowe, the welUknown shoe man of Columbia, was 'ia our midtt Friday. Uncle' Robert O. Keltner, baa ISkcUI Nitlce. 7 ' place died in Lakeland, Saturday Jan. 1. His remains reached Aching joints, rheumatic, pains, AH persons owing Blair & Ellis must neuralgia, can be relieved quickly by a here Monday afternoon and after rubbing application of Ballard's Snow come at once and settle bj cash or the funeraf at tHe Metbofsta Liniment. , lb is a powerful penetrat- note. SrBlair lives ia Iowa and h church conducted by Rev. Thom- - ing remedy. Three sizee, 30c, 60c and wants this pupjide business fettled ae andTlerliCurrell on Wednea $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Paull Drug while he is la Adair county. r day afternoon he was laid to rett Co. ya for $125. J. L. Grant bought a farm which lies near here from Willis Glensfork. Loy last week and has moved to Mr. J, W. Marshall of this it. Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Gentlemen, "Pay day" has arrived again and we are enclosing a check for subscription. one years We have enjoyed The News each week in the South since coming here in 1910. Only two copies have failed' to make the trip. The New Year has found it quite different to the last. It was one of our most prosperous and this our most oppressive. Cotton is being held for higher prices' and the merchants are not selling their high priced goods. The farmers think the future looks gloomy. If very much cotton is planted it is liable to destruction by "boll weevil," as they just made their appearance here last' year. Trusting that you all may have a prosperous and a happy year, I remain . .' Sincerely, . Mr. Robert J. Pentecost. . , ll-4- t. 0 ! .. i II z fm I ' MMNMHMlittMHM &: "w-- "rt - - "i0 tr Jt 406"94"O"QHQ"Q"fr t -. w S- - ' ', vta Pprlurino nur Prices as they at-'- xmv p ---- SIORE "K. K & ; ur p. W QUALITY decline in the Wholesale Mar : li kets. OlJR Stocks Justify. of. 5 -- r .t-n-tft SSf r$Vl ;6 Winter Goods as Existing Condjt$1fsl; aremgs-Complet- ' :AL e ft X 1 . .,?'3 " -- Men and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Caps: etGvbBdies Dress Goods andNo tions sHoe and'iSIippers for ": ,w; "Everyone.' tYf.' V -- ? : Ijftfi J,--- l"NT sXf& $z. tZi-:- .. ' Z. j. ?? 4c-- 4 .iT. -- JESiil ; RUSSBLJL in- j '!b ft CO -- i dl? &i &&' tisxo r.' iist t 5usj"xs to ;' iAXi & :- - 5 K' J-.. CARPETS, 'RUieSafiid FURSJKf DRE MWKMS(Sa$TOl! PESAL Mr. W. S. 9 Eigiilili!glfiEfiiiaSK Mri ) Knight and "wife who spent two weeks at the .home of their daughter MrlWr tf.9iaae, Frank-linEy- ., Mr. John F. Piatt, Louisville, was J reachedliere"' last Tuesday here a few days since. '"" nighfeffea.rpu Jiome. Mr. C. E. Huehee, Jamestown. ?as ;Mr. andMrsi Jr).-- Russel and their i iisie low uajro aiuuo. two daughters, Josephine and CatherMr, 0. B. Smiley, DmillerpaTdCb ine and Mr. J. M. Russell left for , lumbla a visit recently. Louisville Sunday. Mr. J. O. Bussell Mr. G. A. Bay. NIcholasville, was will visit the Cincinnati market in Columbia a fedwsJio. returning home. . , .rf, Mr. W. E.- Keen AcdXwife, Burkes-- " - TtHVi . ' ville, were here a few daja ago. A bad wound, burn or out should be Mr. P. E. Becket, Dayton, Ohio, was cleansed of dirt or impurities and dressed with Liquid Borozone. It intftlnmbia oneldXyIaslTeek. tMK"J. HarveysTenesjSt; Louis, was heals the flesh with marvelousspeed. be-fo- re - "An Absurd MeaVur& Jglizabethtown News. - ' -- .. - V. K&' :A billhas .been. intodjiced.into. Congress putting- a tariff 3utyon; twenty. iarm proaucos. rne rramer of the bill undoubtedly thinks that such a measure would helpithe if ram-- . ers of this country; but wilhit .', .:. vc s 7 -- 1 Progress Rangesr Stoves jr ip:ji ' '. V..V . .. . . . - T - J B - ..- - jf ' - sjr a jt . r . ww t ,v'-'- ' v; '.-- - ,1 : ftZ'jv&- - iagjj it .... w w.-- ' .ivwisis r r r i " 510 ! t- Art esaj-dcr- - if isufl ! - i v- - H - .. - ; -.i; rap. - . :M? : A m m Price, 30c, days since. at Jewries HqteV MrTc J. Davitt1, Indianapolis, was Paull Drug 60c. and"; $1.20. Sold by Co. Barger, suddenly took his departure last Thursday afternoon to try the realities of dog heaven. He was standing on the pavement at, Davis Hardware store when he left. He " took a survey of all the dogs and men prices will at once rise. Mr,. Lucien Beckner, of Lexington, . - upon the square then dropped to his In putting a.tariff duty on sucliyar-- : a geologist, was here a few days 0f knees, and "when friends, reached him, tides imported into this country rwe last "Week. at once set an example to other Mr. Leslie Graces, Campbellsville, his light had gone out. to treat us in the same way by called upon his Columbia" trade a few Cull Lumber for Sale,, leveling a duty on all farm products days since. imported into their countries. There Mr. S. F. Coffey, of this place, left S2.00 per hundred, at my mill in Co- is much more reason why these counlast Wedhesday on a business trip to Elsey Young. lumbia. tries that do not produce oyer sixty Oklahoma. or seventy per cent, of what they con Mr. Oma Goode, Campbellsville, was I will not put your name on my new sume, should levy a duty to encourage here a few days since, "taking ord&s Ledger if you don't pay your old ac- their agricultural interest tharit'ihe for hardware. United States should do it, when we csunt in full. Don't asK me. Miss Alleene Bitchey, of Burkesville, produce about thirty to forty per cent, , W. I, Ingram. visited her Bister, Mrs. John Lee Walmore than we can consume. ker, last week. If the prices of farm products in Fifth Sunday Meeting. Mr. C. H. Campbell, Creelsboro, this country have been reduced in made a business' trip to this place one The following is the program of the their selling price by theyimportatlon day last week. Fifth Saturday and Sunday meeting of the same things from other counMr. H. T. Bakeriand his sister, Mrs. of'the Board of Busseli Creek Baptist tries there would be some justification W1. D. Jones spent several days of last Aassociation to be held with Cane for this proposed measure, but such Is Louisville. week in "Valley Baptist Church. Saturday and not the case; Europe has not enough food products for its own home deMrs. Sullivan, Mother, of Messrs. V. Sunday, Jan. 29 and 30, 1921. :l Sullivan, was reported mand and, therefore, it cannot and and Walter Jan. 29. dangerously ill last Thursday. Bro. .Dudgeon. does not import such' things to the . . tfleJeffries Hgfer3astiSaturday. Messrs. J. M. abdep.-- . L Wolford, t Friday. Gawy Creek, Mrs. LawrencelPickett, of this dCQce has been quite sick for several days. Mr. B. H. Sherman, Louisville, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. wers-h'ere-iis- a,t Old Wolf, a faithful old Shepherd dog, which was owned by Mr- - Ores This country is the largesb.-xpoii-Ji er of farm products of the world. It produces much more of nearly all the articles mentioned in this measure than can possibiyoe coif-sumed.at home. The fact thatr3He;: foreign markets have beea practically closed to the exception of farm prod-- " icts, because of the depreciated ..currency of the nations of Europe, is1 responsible for thelpw price 6f these 'products at home. There is more of all these things in this country now than we can consume, and hence 'the very heavy slump in their price. Give us a free foreign market for. ."the American farmer's products and. the any-atiorjj- iSsSttJI? 5t' hmi I n. IKt . m -. - p mm WW jf m !immv 4. m '- - s.-w-i; m- m- - .. '.. r, . JL X'Ik mt gy Columbia, .(n. lKi1.iTS.V ?..--. Kentucky. Next Doot to The Adair County New Office. 'Phone ' JV 44M44HtH44.4 Kentucky Crop Report. " DO Y01 . $&$& TT Fairplay. nce The annual revised estimates of CATCH COLD -- Mr. Edward Hamiett, who spent and Lexington, ten returned home last Wednesday. days-inJDanvill- e, r Mrs. Sallie Smith and Mrs. Yirgil Covins, who visited in Illinois, returned home last week. Mr. G. W. Whitiock and daughter, MIssOrtella, of Campbellsville, spent several hours in Columbia- afrew days " ago Miss Vada- - Whitiock, of Lebanon, was visiting Misses Mary Hughes and Mary Claycomb the latterjart of last her-daughte- r, - -- J Walter Sullivan arrived from Louisville last Wednesday night, to spent a few days with 'relatives and Mr. friends. -- - Mrs. Omeria Jeffries, who" spent three months with her daughter in Georgia, 'returned home lastFriday afUrkoon. . Mm. Zora Boweand hersonKIn-nairstopped over hre aTTew hours i t.h!r ratdrn from Bed Lick, en d, t MoteferDauvllle. ,i Ave XtotSftUle DMdl. wbe.pe jogan wctkf with, r bret&K. conatf , hM ritorwd uTpmbia aad. 'Annie E. U now withhw itattr Mrs, Walker, ;aoeir acreage and production of crops in Kentucky, for 1920, issued Dec. 31 by tie U. S. Bureau of Crop Estimates in with State Commissioner of Agriculture W. C; Hann, show an estimated production of 100,650,000 bus, of corn; 467,500,000 pounds of tobacco of all types in the States; 5,610,-00- 0 bus, of wheat, 8,225,000 bus. of oats: 6,435,000 bus. of Irish potatoes; and 1,508,000 tons of hay. ",The estimates for all crops indicate increases in propuction of corn, oats, barley, potatoes, apples, peaches, pears, sorghum, soy beans and clover seed; .the same production as in 1919 of beans, cbwpeas and sweet potatoes, and decreased production of tobacco, Wheat, rye and hay. Burley tobacco production in the State increased (ac estimates) from cording to .about 213,000,000 pounds in 1919 to about 236,500,000 pounds in 1620. 10:30-1- 2 Who" should, teaeh in a United States. Congress has just reinstated the These estimates maybe slightly revisBaptist S. S. W. W. Horner. t War Finance Corporation in' ordefc to' ed later when more complete checking 1 p. m. Meeting of Board. . enable our farmers to sell In European up of yields is possible. The reduction 2 p. m. Sermon Seaton Edwards. markets and that the private corpora' of dark tobacco acreage in Western 30 7 Devotional Bro. Phillips. Kentncky together with .light yield in 7 The Signs of the Times Leslie J. tions organized for the same purpose will, by enlarging the American some other counties in 1920 reduced B...Smith. farmers',. market, give him a better the estimates of the State's total toJan, 30 price,1 buta tSriff duty will n.otKhelp'j bacco crop of all types from 498, 000, Devotional Tailor. .000 pounds In 1919 to. 467,500,000 Discipline E. him one cent and will only have' a close the very market we tie-- -' Tpounds of all types together in 1920 to Garnett. Graves. sire to reach by similar laws passed to Thcacreage of wheat sown In Ken Subjects open for discussion. encourage their agriculture. "What tucky in the fall of 1920 ls.esti mated Mills and Light Plant for Sale. is sauce for the goose is sauce for the- at 625,000 acres, the same as in 1919, gander." We cannot put a duty on the condition of the crop Dec, 1, 1920, The Mill in Columbia and the one on farm products shippe d into therUnit being 84 percent of normal compared Bussell's creek, run by G. B. Smith, ed States without expecting- - other to 80 Dec. 1, 1919, and an average conand. the Columbia Light Plant are for countries to retaliate" by similarjneas-ure- s dition Deo. I of 90. The total acreage 'sale. The owners are ready to give of wheat sown in the United States in some man or men abargain. They will To drive out worms that are eatlrJg the fall of 1920 is estimated at 40,605,-00- 0 sell a or one half interest ikr 'away acres, or 97,2 percent of the acrethe. strength- - and vitality or t!be two mills or they will sell both your child, use White's Cream V&rmlt age sown in the fall of 1919. The con plants to one man. They are in good fuge It expels the worms without dition of the United States wheat runnig condition, both doing a splen- Injury to the child. 'Price 35c Sold crop Dec. 1, 1920, is given as 87.9 perdid business. cent normal compared to 85 2 Dec. It byJPaullDrug Co. 1919; and a 10 year average Dec. l of The Light plant will be sold to one 88 4 per cent Call at Otce. man or a company. The owners are ready to talk business. 'For further My thiGUghbred Jersey bull is now owing Barger Broe.-are- ; particulars see ' v" All persons redy for service. Fe, $1.50 at the G, B. "Smith, at the reoBetted to call aDxTsettle.vTbey, fate. I will not brakejthfe rule; Columbia Mill. need the money and bave'rivee ample 3 Je Baibee, - - KWiiAt 5r . tf time. Columbia, Ky. na-tioun-revia- ed Your Vitality Is Low-Resista- Weak YOU NEED Xmas passed off quietly at tbi-place no booze. EASILY? Mr. S. F. Harvey made a bus- - -Inesa trip to Gradyville Tueday Forest, the II year old Bor 6 Mr. O. M. Tabor, is quite sick afe . PEPTO-MANGA- N. thia writing.Mr. J. E. Thompson, wife - Rich, Red Blood Will Strengthen You ' and Pat You on Your aatfe baby, of Glensfork, Bpent Satur--.. Feet" Able to Resist Colds. day and Sunday wjth the family of W. L. Bennett. Mrs. $5. T. Bennett and sons,. Your system normally healthy should Ernest and Forrest,, are onvthsr never catch cold. Your body is ad- sick list. justed to take care of sudden changes Mr. J. L. Darnell and family-Mr- . in the weather. and Mrs. F. L. Darnell' and It is when you are run down and your vitality is low that your body Miss Dora Beunett were visiting-.- . cannot adjust itself. Then, you take at Gadberry Tuesday. cold. . N horsepower FarbanSg. dition, with plenty of red corpuscles, Morse gasoline engine anil fe you will be strong and your body will easily adjust itself to sudden changes. now grinding corn. You will throw ofi the cold germs Mr. Bruce Preston has remark that go flylng'Into the ah-- when some- ed from his fawn at Sparksvflle one with a cold sneezes. Mr. Preston is a good citizen and new 10 men, women and children eat well. They have plenty of we hated to give him up. energy. They go along with a smile Mr. J. h. Darnell and farr.iljr they feel right. because were visiting at W. L. Beunjgte Try' the successful Sunday. tonic. It is a wonderful blood buildOn Dec. 29, Mr. Wm. TaBor' er. Take it for awhile till ' you feel Bed-blooded If you keep your blopdfh good con- Mr. Amos Loy has installed & 10-10- . ten--den- cy 10:30-I2-Chdr- Pepto-Manga- n, right. Is widely and heartily endorsed by physicians. It is effective and easy to take. ! isprepared in both liquid and tablet form. The medicinal properties are the same. Sold at any drug store. But be sure you get the genuine "Gude's." Ask for it by name, and be sure the full name, "GudVs is on the package. Advertisement. Pepto-Mangan an Pepto-Mang- ,- one-thir- d and Miss Ella Spoon were jbinfitE in wedlock by Rev. T. J. Campbell. The groom is" the oldest: son of Mr. O. M. Tabor and is an? industrious farmer. The brSte-ithe oldest daughter of Mr:. 3h C. Spoon andls a lady in every respect. We wish them mucks happiness and success in life;. s Pepto-Mangan,- 4' ' Practically New Oliver Tyfe.Wrtte' isaffne in 'A 1 coaditiMK Pile UtM' Jfc;3. herbal medicirw that drives oat im4' :r rgreat bargkte. , andcoMtipatioo. Herbine corrects biliousness, Ftr Sal?. . indi-geeti- on It "" 8-- purities and restores healthy ooadi tiow In the system. Price, 90c Sold by Paull Drog Co, -- . heefliper C9tcfmjr CetambK"- - - i :A5-r-- a . a y ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pr.'jz . Continued from Page 2. Before she could felT film her mother's opinion, the door opened and Dr. .Vndlehavea .walked Jn, cdinsr to Dovon ''t-i '-": Eg.-'- ' JeHBjrPpBpMBBaBWaBaaWWHHMtf For, .many minutes after r the.- crawle d to the noor. went to'tueDaxn-T- ? 7'Til prom for a little soaked-hlhead In cold wa t Philip attention rto room-ariise to bring her back In an hour." driving, and Tonnlbel. allowed, her' ter. Then' he sent" a .servant for a.' Ti.e doctor looked at the boy's dark his self the. luxury of taking a. sidelong pot 'of strong coffee. pleading eyes, looked and then to, have Tons-nibSo happy wasrDn'Paul look at him now' and then. JsC smiled. son sitting backthat of Beebe Lake, Captain, better-luc- k ' jMTerhnps you won't have any ' . MacCauley slowed down; .and stopped." up to his .dinner., z. than I have had, son," he 'Ttwas a long -- hour, 'my dear," d, "God, howTve prayed .for this" mln-- : with a little laugh.. 'T'veTal-."- n smiling; ."But. I'm glad you went "turning on her t been down on my knees to "the' ute," he exclaimed, out .He's-a- " nice fellow, Phlilp. Tdy 2&R suddenly; TKfi.1l .." ol in!, and she absolutely; refuses." onen Hi T have, too," said Tonnlbel, "In. a Drptner anu J. naye; patternwisnea our V'T "other's dreadfully agafnst'herxid-- -. afterhlm,; T. thought' you'd young" cousin cwould shy, 'sweet voice. Kath-ejv.- o 4rig In our car, Cousin John," nothing can be. but. ljy. does "seem as forgotten about me." r: i cried in thin, throaty tones. "The wlth-hlhis mother has Even done "THE FORD COUPE" ""ViTiy, I couldn't do my workhalf tlinrsht of it makes her- sick." way "well, TVe .thought-- about you - so no Influence; over him." "Your mother's not, .really sick, my much," cried, .ther-bohim," stated Ton"I've never-see- n "andr;vebeen is one of the most useful" of all closed cars. Specifically so ' Katterine," the. doctor asserted. planning' a, lot for you andme. You nlbel. ' - when not more- than two or three are to he accommodated with re 'Ah, here she Is. Katherine. was just ,1'He's scarcely' ever at .home," an . John, is a sort of .a guardian ' sneaking you, my dear" Sarah:". of t to. me, .and next year- Pll ,be twenty-thre- swered Dr. ;Paul, "and the worst jofv liable car service. The Ford Coupe is a mighty cozy car, in that it is .. '. A. merry twinkle came Into his eyes Then I have all my own. money,; It is, ne gives no explanation as to absolutely .water .tight, at the same time with its sliding plate glass as. he turned on h!scousln. I can get married then, if I want to." where he goes." was she?" smirked' Mrs. Cur-Then after dinner as usual xonnmei, "bb,'saId'Tonnlbei in a queer-littlwindows you can nave an open car, to all intents and purposes, in a ' Ms. "What were you saylng.Kathle?" with' Gusste Piglet in her arms,read voice. .. couple of minutes. So it doesn't make any difference what the Catherine lifted her eyes, slumbering' "Yes, 1 believe in early marriages," from the Bible.' THe clock struck ten. - with passionate anger. Philip ;went on emphatically. - "Wasn't when she' arose softly and began to weather may be, rain-o-r shine, sammer or winter, in-thFord Coupe "That you would dislike Cousin it a queer thing that all the while prepare for the night By the even bed you have an enclosed car. of comfort and service. What more do you Paul's I mean that girl up there-- rI was haunting the shore you. were in breathing of the man on the. quiet she' as out for a drive," replied KathYou knew he was asleep, and as house, mjrlhouse-almostthe tr"n want? ' a mouse she crept about softly so as erine see, I live Just next door toyou." Mrs. Curtis caught her daughter's ex-- . has proven particularly a valuable car for traveling salesmen, "Oh!" Tony said again. Something "not to arouse him. The suite directly press'ion and looked at Dr. John, then had hurt her dreadfully. Something he back of Paul Pendleha'ven's had been or physicians, engineers, architects, and others who have much aiPhlilp. had said. He might be married next given to her. She went Into her bed; room and made ready to retire. Then "Well, I should say I wouldn't like year and, of course, it would be to work all the year around We have never been able to fully over her night robeshe drew a light it," t: e ejaculated. "There's a limit Katherine. meet all demands for the Ford Coupe, but with the increased produc.toill things. What in the world would "And time and again I heardhow kimono. off the electric switch tli "elghbors say to such an out--- - much some little girl-wa- s She turned helping Dr. ing capacities of the factory we 'are now able to make reasonably " . .rage?" Paul," he went on. "But somehow I and stood hear the window looking prompt deliveries. Yet we urge you to leave your order with as little I r" Pendlehaven's face gathered a never heard your name and hadn't out Her heart "sang with " He stopped. Then She had but to hearken back to the U jk. : dark the lastIdea delay as possible, our allotment is limited. . ,i; "If she'll go with Philip, Sarah," he he slipped his arm about her. "I afternoon to hear a Sear voice telling snirt. 'T wouldn't give a hang what the didn't know she was my little girl," her of a great love; love for her, Tonnlbel Devon.- - How verymuch she had . ncji'libors said. Come along up, Phil, he finished. to be thankful for! ''ami ask her." Tony closed her eyes. AH the n Suddenly ,she saw the tall tree diof the past weeks f V "Cousin Johnj" cried Mrs. Curtis. INCORPORATED ; moment like a, vanished burden. rectly' in front of Dr. Paul's room Ahd, oh, Cousin john," gasped COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. - ' Ka'.Iierine. .But the doctor "was too He had said she was his little girl. shake as if a giant hand were clutching at its roots. How could that be? How very lovely the world was! - nngry to pay any heed to them. "Lean against me, dear," murmured There wasn't any wind, not even "a ,'?"You really want to take .the child, Philip. "And this time Oh, Tony, breeze. Her heart jumped Into her 'jny lad?" he asked, smiling at don't leave me today without telling throat as she crept away from -- the wlndow-an- d back into Pendlehaven's .jf'Tes, do let me," blurted the tfoy. me you love me a lot.! x glimpsed him with one little room. The little night lamp glimmered Tony "Let's go up now." he cried, talcfng a long' Breath. "My dimly above the small table with Its upward glance. Her eyes were , They had no more than closed tha She stood load of medicine glasses. door when Katherine burst into tears, (jnog 2uisj-j3;ou) 'japMod "I love "you mqrejn the whole world," in the shadow and, peered through the" .rand Mrs. Curtis plumped down into a" Surqeq poo3 pas jnog nreid ssn sSui ohafr in a spell of hysterics. she trembled. ".More'n I know how screen. There among the dripping gq xao xn Hr ;a3 noans8q ox. -- " ' branches was the quiet figure of. a iThe little trollop," she cried. "Oh, to tell." 9oqgjiodmng3j3o sj ipigManog jo oSnejo ooodse?) I'd like" It isn't any one's affair Justiow manr ?jBd Sujpjtnq spsnuz sir si U3)nQ g JO B3JJTJM." ItS39 pi03 ona . Her mind went immediately to her many times Philip made Tony tell him Vl'd like to kill her," burst forth ja)8M ' ?3umn?3 Snxinq q sabs neo is333EJopnoi Katherine. "Mother, if you don't do she'd marry him, nor Is it any one's father, but she put the thought of him vo& fpxaa koq suruusisp a) ejsoo 'jeSns pairpnus away,for the form in the tree was 'something for ,me, PI1 die. Oh, to affair how many 'times he kissed her, aredmoo o) si op 09 aisq no ny 54 'jspMOj SopBS think of It; he takes her out when he but it Is our .business to listen to much more slender than Uriah Devon's. SDjid BiapomB4B pos si 11 eaooda 55tnnBo e Mnou Dr. Pendlehaven still slept, his, face could take me I, Oh, God! Ob, dear Philip's- - conclusion. ea) pas) " pUEiq J3T0 A"OB Aisa sdnD g Cod, help me I" "I'm going to tell Cousin John and turned toward the wall, and Tonnlbel irexu sr4uap3 opsamop pira saam Her. daughter's terrible outburst Cousin Paul tonight that we're going squatted down at the foot of the bed,, snoq'sjoca q Psn'sr brought Mrs. Curtis directly out of to be married," he said, nd Tonnlbel keeping the dark figure In the tree. In T)LUUIX)t t vision. She dared not the line of her herself. had no Inclination to forbid h'ira. --jsdns 63! J ;oojd OApjeodsawsJa leave the room, nor dared she call With dark thoughts, Katherine was Don't, Kathie," she said In a whis'sixeA uoptsodxa sp3-o8- o per. "I really had no Idea you cared watching for them tOiCome back again. out How often Dr. John had told ItDoopjsodxs pooj sma s.ppoja. must be kept free, .for him so much. I will help you, poor "She saw the happy shining face of her that his brother 'spiBAiv 3sanSrq paAiaosi?! an'dear. John shall listen to me this the girl, saw Philip lift the little figure tfrom shocks of "every kind. TTor chin from the car and draw her up. 'the other ten minutes she leaned her night; he certainly shall." steps. Her teeth came together in on her hand, still keeping her eyes .. Meanwhile Tonnlbel. looked up with she x inquiring eyes as Dr. Pendlehaven sharp misery as .she turned from the on thewIridow. Thenbranch saw the UiaaxAfliai. against flutter of a wistaria had closed Philip on window .and. went upstairs. walked in. Ho screen and Jjnew that the hour the the outside of the door. had come. Another tense silence for CHAPTER XII. The girl gave him a slight smile. several minutes, then a little scraping The doctor came forward and took sound as If a sharp Instrument was A Little Drop of Something. IfoJi of her hand. moving over wire. Some one was tryReginald was sitting In his mother's Paul," he asked, looking at his brother, "could you spare our little girl room that evening when his sister ing to get in; Tonnlbel crawled for- y Through the Break In the Nettlnp She opened "the door and entered. The ward on her knees until she wasdi-rectlThrust Her FleL for an hour? I want her to go' out" """ In front of Dr. Paul. girl looked about for Mrs. .Curtis, then Tonnlbel, remembering her promise She sank back against the bed and L God, who could be .so damnable as Philip, rose to her feet. "I don't picked up a cigarette and lit It She stuff." let me so Avhlte and .,jwant to," she trembled. "I'd rather was brother .stared drawn looking "that walted.scraping sound at length ceased. that? Come,they stoleget the to Tonni-ber- s -.. back Together The - stay here. I'd really rather stay here." her at her. room and Dr. John carried away "What's the matter, sis?" he asked With a forward shove of her head, ; I'endU i aven went to the door and amd sH!3qj33i .netting had the medicine with him, leaving Tony that the wire In Philip walked In. uEjena sjnjosqe ny s3RUoqjnv j ' opened it. am!young man, Miss Tony with no particular Interest thehis voice. Tonnlbel sawfully a foot, and then shef with a caution not to speak of the world," been ripped "I hate everybody in ""Here's n pooj any s ;fl aq ilqpasjop saw a hand move little by little matter to his brother. Putting on his ua Xfteptgo uasq a&eq 6 8)uam . . "Devon"," he said, laughing at the sight snapped the girl. opening, uiitll a long arm clothes, John went outside and made "Whew! That's some hate," laugh- through the :' .'bf'ihe-girl'puzzled face, "who tells aiSoi ipns ijro suiEiuoo was fully inside the room. Tonjr a tour of the house. It wasn't difficult ed Reggie. Xjrfenb had Katherine threw herself down on watched it, fascinated. Then she saw to find the place where the man uj oaaq aq xreo anon suopjpnra .4 It waver toward the table, pause, open 'fallen, but there was no sign, of him the divan. jaaq aspen spem si jspj&o Sut anywhere. and lay some little pellets down witheg N TlI0& 97oi sauopB.3 "Worst of any one I hate PauT Tonnlbel did not sleep at all that iapAiOti Sanpg Arcjnrra jsoux 'jsa and next well, next I hate out a sound. Then long white fingers -SiBjaig in spcuf st aumi) Cousin John," she said between her drew off the covers of the glasses night. But very early in the morning V;S noiselessly and picked up the pellets she arose and slipped into Dr. Paul'ssjsoo 2nnpq joiipr. pmj veeth. "I wish, oh, howI wish Paul room and put back the medicine sSupfsq saoL jo itjipnb aq) aAoid would die tonight Ed almost like to J one after another and dropped them uixroi op ireo nois Suiqj saSSiq had given her. kill him myself. If It weren't for him, silently Into "the medicine. As quietly 3r spi During the morning Dr. John PenaumiBisn uauj, the covers were restored, and the arm we'd all have money, and If It weren't slowly withdrawn. Directly beneath dlehaven SQftly entered her room. He s8ureq Jasq aAcq o) an PPWM. girl with him, he'd die." for that came forward, his hands outstretched. noA pUB 'A9a0UI 9ABS T "Well, I might cheer you up a little the window, Tonnlbel rose up. perhaps" before long through the faint light she his face white and very grave. There oj qqBAi Ajureiiao flCua. if I told you that "Darling little girl," he whispered, your Illustrious Cousin Paul will be was staring into the face of Reginald Brown. Instantly she recognized lilm, with much emotion. "You have saved under the sod.!' and all the terror of that day when he my brother's life. The villain, 'whoThe girl sat up and stared at him. Reggie," she said and her brutal father had placed a mever he was, put the rankest kind of "Don't be a fool, gotten It with a sneer. "Cousin Jdhn says Paul menacing shadow over her swept bev poison in it He must have for no druggist Reginald had come from some-doctwill be able to go out of the house very nearly off her feet. soon, that by next Tveek he can go not only to harm Paul Pendlehaven, would have sold it to him. "Mebbe he's dead," replied Tony gen-tl- y but to get, her! anywhere he likes!" with an expression of awe. "It byt Salvation of the Lord," "Stand Reginald got' up lazily. He said soul, and then was a long tumble he took." something under his breath that made shotacross BUCK-DRAUGH"No ; he got away ! I've hunted the T Jils sister struggle to her feet. She through the break in the wire netting you know stood a moment arid gazed with star- she thrust her clenched fist. Reginald place over for him. Would saw him?" she gave him without an. him again tle eyes 'at the door that had closed. took into " "Sure," replied Tony, nodding, but audible sound and fell backward Reggie on the other side of It "C '!,.' To tell him who WMt Haired Alabama Lady Says Ste Has Seea Medkkes Cmm "Now, yhat'd he mean by that?" the garden below. He was paralyzed she. said ., Stooped and Kissed Pawl dully. "What did he by the blazfng eyes and the rae"hrory the man. was would mean to break the she wondered, B!ack-Drai- it " Tfee "Old ReDable" Go was solemn oatfi she had made on .the haven Jmpufsive!y. mean by saying that If he could help that the body of the ghost-giIt Cousin Paul would never drive again. somewhere beneath the broad surface Christ to her mother. Cane amd Stayed. .me he wants you to drive with him. A. timid knock brought the convers. I wonder just what he .meant by that!" of Lake Cayuga. Now, what do you. say?" 'Tonnibel heard him Jand on the soft ation to a close Mrs. Curtis was at Reggie knew what he meant by his e "Say yes, darling Tony," Philip ejacx ". grass, and for a few seconds she stood the threshold when Pendlehaven words Jf Katherine didn't. He intendrecommending Thed-rord- 's feeling after meals. Sour stomach and Dutton, AIa.--- In ulated with sparkling eyes. door. ed to put Dr. Paul out of the way, panting against the window. Then she "Oh, that's how the land lies, is ft?" "I've been looking the house over ht to ber friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking thus helping his mother as well as withdrew1 her arm and crouched down said Dr. John under his breath. Then himself. He wanted to get away from on the floor. for you, John," she began. "Boy's got Itaids digestion, also iV-- aloud, "I didn't know this thing had said for you not to neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a Ithaca, to leave --the town that always - What hadher father's pal put In a headache! He to him, but to give 'darling' point, Philip." -- ' ::C ' gotten to the JacksonCounty lady, said: "I am ssisisthe liver In throwing off infpurP Tonnlbel Devon. Dr. Paul's medicine 7 Minute by min- bother to come Tonnlbel's face grew poppy red, and put him. In mind of more acutely sure, that me something to make him sleep" ' blew Tirouglit hack ute she became least recommend stoqdwith her eyes cast dowrrand The awful wind thatwhen he and Devon ho .pood had leen intended. Silently - fz "Is he drunk?-- demanded Pendle gettiag up in years; my head is pretty ties.- I am glad to moment the - her fingers Interlocked nervously. Ohl had discovered the girl had drownefl and do, to my friends aad up the glasses and carried haven. white. I haveseen medicines and remei f".now she wanted to go; now .Jier boy herself, and because of his tormenting she tookher .own room.- Then she slip Mrs. Curtis began to cry. them to V jtT. had .come for her. "John, how unkind 1" she sniffled dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." ran along the he drank more, heavily evPhilip, V "ou will go, Tony?" begged speech. conscience After leaving his. sister he ped out into the hall,softly on John from the haven of her handkerchief. came aed stayed. I am talking of ht Thedford's is a standery day. corridor and rapped hls face very red from John's complains ev' wentto his room where he tilled him- Pendlehaven's apartments. . Twice she "The moment the child drinking. No, , V.. "If if " the girl stammered. of. aXver mediciae we have used ard household remedy with a record of self up with brandy. The drunker repeated her summons in nervous little erybody accuses himdrunk." Pendlehaven laughed, course, he isn't of s got the more dim grew the ' that for years oe that can be depeoded up- over seveoty "years of stuxmUme. . 'T'tfe1? "She can go, can't she, Paul?" he he pony's pale, terrified face,. picture jtound slumber.penetrated Dr. John's , When he recognlzed-herof T rasked. 'Thll wiU take good care of Every ooe occasioaally seeds sosssiMag For many day. Reginald Gertis on and one that will do the "work. opened the floor and noticed how " .He slept soddenly for an hour or so. "her." fitfully in bed, tortured by the a-- servaat rapped "Stock-Draugwas, drew her Instantly . toMed to hs)0 ckftsee the system oC iiftriBcL only awoke will reKevifldigCtfc Ci :Q?' "Paul Pendlehavea sailed .and and.the door andwhen ilm dinner war white she shuthe door; tfioagat that he- - would sever cease the to him and told at spirit. and ccsiipatoMtaki rigtu, adIfcow Try Insist upoa get up aai Between chattering teeth she began b4sg bunted, by. Tony Devon's " course, she can go I She ought ready. He waa too ill to -ao jfet up, for fee wa:cT: roesa. to tell him the dreadful tale. Ax she Hedared JorlkMdit ' to r,fce saldT "She liiaya in too doee. lay tariag hopelessly about the ' lth the'gtery ithe llsteaec's Tfcen ioddtfily oat of the gb&dewi. is went on Qo -Zam wJ fcf tfui t eyf rf I . rrftild Mr ..Ak'VdruHisis. contimubd on.fask ;r face grew fech icetfteemfed; . . viK fwm Ml - to jom eid the conwe'tefrtea TenarBel Devo.jH bickcar-started; -- wm&mms&iii Tuair)BayaI takeMusl ride? out an-swei- t'd Instead of getting worse. The daughter one of his sober dlehayen impulsively.. "I love.-yoshe whispered, "and Ithaca and every mebbe ltlUoBly.be half aalumr before" Paul Philip seized her hand to lead her away, but Tony turned to the. bed. Then she stooped and kissed Paul Pen- -' us was-hauntlng wer-e-dead- ghost ot peyon's him In every hours. Be hated .one. in"it. If Dr. , .better" Be was pt-tln- g iafeifJKSr1 d s d '?&. f"h 3- - ' 'JttLi,'" in -i 2 tW'Wir VJjjHffjaaMaATWilWMiatJIMilMffl'. ''-'- m-T- L " -- ' paid-stric- me el - ' he-sai- '" . -- Yh . MVB 1&A& f :?. - TJERE . soe,-Dr- - e. - . e -- e . ? It out-of-do- ' left-her-th- at The B u eh a nan - Lyon Co Mac-Cfsiile- y. star-brig- ht 3 - ' - -- ;i -- -- jLawmvD ;t --" oNixve s ;j Pen-Uehqv- en -- j - Dr-Jo- hn --f- or, U.jf .ihe t 1-she 5rj.-X.'V- THE "OLD RELIABLE" her-tortur- ed THEDFORD'S Bt the-blo- w if-y- ou ho-mo- re. I rl ud Tkedfs open-ed'th- Black-Draug- well-kno- wn Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draug- ht, " - Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- rap-tap- " ht Bfack-Draugl- rt. Tk4-Jofi's.egeaw- ise. - JttwT mM,lHk coae tat ala, -- itkw'tttiiiIhtve -- ,'. cl.J Uttle wWie.0 '. - V ' -- wi-;-r "; vr .V'i- - "O, : '? : x f -ADAIR OOUMTr NBWB i , 'if- T 'ft-- . Jj - rt. EVERYTHING IN POLAND NOW RIVALS '!: ftlln 'ii in t ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel; Rubber, Galvanized 7and Painted. , ' PLIGHT OF BEGIUM Children Chief Sufferers In Land Stripped of Necessities, Says Relief Worker. Poland is In the destitute state for want of food and clothing among the poor that Belgium would have been during the war, had there been no commission for relief In that country, according to Dr. Vernon Kellogg, American Relief Administration official, who recently returned fromWarsaw. Dr. Kellogg was a member of Mr: the Hoover's staff In Belgium, nnd at jT7- conclusion of hostllties, entered P jhuu as me uoover emissary in ciiarge of food relief. He first entered Poland In 1015, a few months after the German occupation. His report of starvfi-tlodisease and suffering that existed at that time 'Is one , of the most harrowing documents In the records of American relief work overseas. Dr. Kellogg made the following statement regarding the work after the armistice': "With Warsaw as our headquarters, we'began operations In Poland in January, 1919, and within a few weeks there was established a steady Importation of food Into that country. Tons and tons of it came from overseas through the Port of Danzig. x "It was impossible to do all that the administration wanted to do, be-- , cjfuse the need of Poland was too great, but It was agreed that enough food should be sent to Poland to care for the four million people until the great e agricultural districts could again for them. "But in addition to these four million people who go pressingly needed relief, there was another call for relief from a source that could not be resisted: the children of the land. Many ef these were orphans, hungry, emaciated, destitute anl diseased. So tie American Relief Artalnlitratlon added to Its work by lattltntlng a system of feeding these children. In a few months a million aid a quarter Polish children were getting a free meal every day of special food prepared to counteract the effects of their previous undernourishment" To .flnsh the Job eight great organizations have united under the name of the European Relief Council to raise the 'funds necessary to care for- - the food needs and the medical needs of the 8,500,000 children of Eastern and Central Europe. These organisation? are the American Relief Administration, the American' Red Cross, the American Friends Service Committee (Quakers), the Jewish Joint DIstrlbu tlon Committee, the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ In America, tli Knights of Columbus, the Y. M. 0. A A and the Y. W. n, - "" '"-Steel Also Ellwood and American Fence. . -- " -. Fence Posts DEHLEP-BRO- S. .Incorporated CO. 116 Cast Matket Street Between first and BrooK Louisville, Ky. REED BROS. : "INSURANCE In All Its Branches , ;. '"' FireLife Casualty Windstorm age-Autom- obile Burglary -- Parcel Post Hail Acreage Cover--' and Surety Bonds. pro-Tid- "The Service Agency" Columbia ' Kentucky Dr. John was rat among his patients. lng Devon for a long time, th"at "S There seemed to be no, escape for hsr warf wanted for a crime In Syracuse. ered with bruises from hts jfaU, Janrf now. She dared not "When they were leading him .to the added to his misery, he imagined ev- weak, sick man upstairs. manacled and deeply enraged, bs ery time the door opened he was goThinking of him made her blurt turned on Tonnibel. ing to be arrested. But no such thing out: "I'll get even wlth-yo- u, miss," he happened, and one afternoon when "Did you send that awful Brown snapped at her, his eyes full of hate, Dt. John was gone and Tils mother feller here to put poison in Dr. Paul's "and Til get even with you too, misand Katherine were shopping down- medicine?" ter." He threw the last half of hH town, he crawled out of-- bed and made Uriah glared at her. went white and sentence at Doctor John, whose' his way softly from the house. put his hand on a chair to steady was a shrug of his shoulders. Uriah pevon had ventured back to himself. During the struggle between the dethe Hoghole with, his canal boat, so "T don't know nothin' about any tectives and Uriah, Mrs. Curtis had when Reginald appeared aboard her man or any poison,", he growled. clutched at Pendlehaven's neck, but Devon met him with a growl. he had cast her off without ceremony. "You'd better be comln along now.' "Where In h 1 you been all this '"Twas the man you said I had to Now the three were alone, Tonnibel, time, Rege?" he demanded In a sinis- link up with. He used to come tothe palpitating and fearful, Mrs. Curtis, ter tone. Dlrty Mary,'" explained Tonnibel, sobbing on the floor, and Doctor John, "Reggie shuddered, as he sank down seeing her word? I ad frightened. her looking at her sternly. on the bench. 'Sarah," he said haughtily, "I saw father. "I bet you sent him here." "I'm going crazy," he muttered. the disgraceful way you were pulling "Keep your clack shut," growled 'Tve been awful sick." Devon, just as the door opened, and this child's hair when I came In, and "You mean just drunk, don't you2 Mrs. Curtis entered. Tony whirled at last,much as I dislike doing it, 1 f- Didn't yiou try doln' what I told you and faced her, although she dldn'i must ask you to leave my house." tor "Leave?" Mrs. Curtis screamed. have the coura'ge to utter a word. The boy nodded and shivered again. The woman looked from the girl's "Where would I go? I haven't a place "I sure did,, but, but" agitated face to Devon's, qnestloning-ly- . in the world but this." A careless gesture from Doctor "But what?" cried Devon. "I put the stuff In the medicine all "This Is my kid, ma'am," said Uriah, John told Tonnibel that i hat fact right, but something happened." Reg- with a wave of his hand toward Tony. didn't interest him. She slipped her inald's voice was low and wavering "I've come" to take her home. Get hand into his. Lifting eyes that were as he finished the statement. troubled and your duds, brat!" she hegged: "What happened?" repeated Devon "Let 'er stay, Cousin John. Mebbe Tonnlhel turned as If fo obey, and hoarsely. "Don't sit there likeji d d Mrs. Curtis caught her arm. she didn't know my daddy w ould have fool and look as If you'd swallowed "Go as you are," she directed, "I'll killed me If he'd got me back to the a live eel." Dirty Mary." send your things after you." "I, was going to slip back from the Pendlehaven put his arm around Tony's eyes gathered a belligerent window sill to the tree," faltered expression. her, and Avith a ring of fierceness In Reggie, "nnd Tony's ghost rose up behis voice, said: "I won't go without saying good-bfore me and shoved me clean off the to Cousin Paul," she began. "There, Sarah, there's pity for you. ledge and dojvn to the ground!" Tf she gets up there once," interIf you stay, It's because Tony Devon Uriah's eyes almost protruded from posed Mrs. Curtis, In an undertone to pleads for you not because I have his head. Then a slow smile ran Uriah Devon, "you won't see her any sense of duty toward you. I s. around his hope you feel properly grateful." again." "Rats!" he ejaculated huskily. The doctor strode to the door, Tonnibel had heard the words and "Rats, you fool! There ain't such knew they -- were true. If she could opened It and motioned for her to be things as ghosts." get upstairs with Doctor Paul and gone. Then weeping, she clattered "Yes, there Is,JDevon," insisted Reg- then lock the door, no one would dare away, her sobs audible even after the gie, In a dreary monotone. 'Tve seen venture after her. door was closed. one I I've seen Tony, I say, and many For a few moments Tony Devon Devon saw swift Intelligence light a time she's come so close to my up her face. He didn't intend to allow wept silently In John Pendlehaven' eyes I could have touched her if she her out of his sight He caught at arms. could have been touched. The fall her roughly as Mrs. Curtis barred "Oh, It's awful to have daddy take, made me sick. Tve been In bed ever her flight to the door. away to Jail," she moaned, Mlut he' since." "Let me alone," she cried. "Let me won't be good, he just won't!" "And your cousin's still alive, eh?" alone." "You're much better off to !iav! Uriah's voice had a snarl in it Uriah snatched her hands, and Mrs. him away, little girl," soothed Petff "Still alive," 'muttered Reggie. ' Curtis burled her fingers In the dark dlehaven. "What you goln' to do "about it curls. As Tonnibel cried out again, the "Try . it door suddenly opened, now?" demanded Devon. CHAPTER XIII. and John Pen- I -- Continued from Paf6 8 ot only-repl- I -- dark-circle- d, -- y -- i "TALKING MaCHINES' With a Tone asMch as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all- - disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA", cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workman ship and construction. a GRAY SAMARITANS' RESCUING CHILDREN The Zoung Women's Christian Asso ciatlons of the United States are keenly Interested In the movement for the relief of the 8,500,000 starving children of Europe because a group ot their members, the Polish Gray Samaritans, have been In charge of distributing food "to children in Poland. They have been serving under the American .Relief administration and have conducted food kitchens and distributing stations In all parts of Poland outside Warsaw,. In all the relief work being done In n Europe, that of the Polish Grays unique because all the girls, though sent from America, were either born In Poland or are of Polish parentage. When the need Tor social service In their country became acute' many girls of Polish descent answered the call of the Young Women's Christian Association for overseas service and enliBted In the preliminary train-la- g course that was given In several cities ef the United States. From this group thirty girls were chosen and sent to Polandwhere, since 1918, they have been caring for the children of the country. The distribution of clothing has taken them Into all parts of Poland. They are now spending their entire time in arranging for the feeding of children this winter. Groups of them travel to strategic centers In outlying districts where they set up distributing stations, receive supplies, prepare meals, arrange for impartial distribution and train helpers to continue the work when they are sent on to the next -'has-bee- L. E. YOTJJSTa; "JEWELER" Columbia, SlfcMk - -- Kentucky wkWkWkWkWk wkwmwkwkwkwm X X HAIL One Insurance Policy every Minute, FIRE InUarn "Protects - 1 In Field "Not just yet I can't" "You got to get me a lot of money some way," Devon came In with. "I've got to get out of this country, or Til be hooked to jail If those Syracuse folks find me. You'd better be getting homeland back to bed. Best take a stiff swing, too, to settle your nerves." He watched the tall thin boy walk slowly away In deep meditation. Then he laughed and went below to the cabin. t Almost a week after Reggie's futile attempt to poison his Cousin Paul, Tony Devon was sitting In "her roonij, reading, when a servant appeared and told her some one wanted to see her "downstairs. Her heart bounded with delight, for she was sure Philip had" come again and.had sent for her. She rushed to the glass, caught aglimpse of her rosy face, pushed back, a few stray curls "and went downstairs to the drawing room. As she stepped Inside, she came to a sudden terrified halt Her father was seated In a large chair and his eyes, red and swollen, were centered upon her. Then he smiled, th&t wicked smile that always widened, his thick lips when he had succeeded in some evil thing. "Hello, Tony," he chuckled. "You've made a fine nest for yourself, huh?"Tony only stared at him. She felt suffocated by his sudden appearance. "I came to talk to you, kid," he said, the wheedle coming Into his. tones that always augured bad for the person addressed. "Sit down." Tonnibel sat, not because, he told her to, but because she couldn't stand on her trembling legs. "You don't appear to b& very tickled to see your old dad," he threw at her, a frown wrinkling his face. "Get up and come over here." His wicked eyes seemed to be swallowing her whole. In fact Devon could not make himself believe this beautiful creature was the Tony who, he thought, h&'d been drowned In the lake. He felt a new sensation within him as his gaze took In every line of the lovely - agtdn7" Brown shook his head. "No, not yet, RIah," he muttered. ISM mWrnri He Good for Evil. That night for dinner, five people, sat about the Pendlehaven table. Reggie, pale and miserable looking, sat next to his mother, and Philip MacCauley was opposite Doctor John. Katherine, silent and morose, was at her own place. She had heard her mother's version of the afternoon's happening in amazement and anger, and it only added to her discontent to hear Cousin John tell the tale to Philip. "Sarah thinks," went on the doctor, "that we should have tamely given her up without a word to to that brute 1" "I can't see how you can keep a man's child from him, Cousin John," s excused Mrs. Curtis, a dull red Caught Her Roughly. ilehaven --walked into the r6om. Uriah dropped the girl's hands, and Mrs. Curtis fell back with a startled ejacu-- . ,. lation. "What does this mean?" questioned Doctor John. "My father's here," said Tony, her voice breaking. "Her father, Cousin John," Mrs. Curtis repeafed. "I've come for my glrl,.mister," said Uriah, plucking- up his courage. "And she," Pendlehaven kept his eyes vn Tonnibel, "does she want to go with you?" "Whether she wants to so or not she will,'l"'ejaculated the other .man. "Nobody can keep a kid from her own father, I'm a guessln'." "Tony, child," broke forth Doctor .John, "don't look so frightened. No one's going tajvoxt you while you're with me. Come here, my dear." His voice was so low, so tender, that Mrs. Curtis ground her teeth In rage, and Uriah Devon felt his power - mounting to each high cheekbone. Pendlehaven laughed. "She wouldn't have been much use to him In prison, my dear Sarah," was his answer. "What're you talking about?" demanded Reggie, turning eyes on his mother. "Your Cousin John Insists on keep-- . Ing the daughter of a man named Devon !n the house here when her father wants her home," she replied. Reggie's face grew a misty gray. "Devon," he repeated mechanically. "I didn't know we had any such girl red-rimme- d, '.'She's always with Cousin Paul," remarked Katherine, with a sidelong glance" at Philip. "It does seenr sat- here!" isfying, though, to know who she Is. Mother says she comes of common stock." MacCauley's face grew dark tnd Pendlehaven cast a glance of anger, at his young cousin. "Both- - - Kathle and I," beganMrsl "Why, Reggie, my darling, .T never saw you look so sick in my Curtis. life I" "Atv, cut it!" growled the boy, unsteadily. "Tell me what becawe of the girl's father." ".He's going to Jail for a nice long rest" Interjected Pendlehaven. "It. seems he was mixed up In a theft In -- Insured ONLY by Henry CJay Agents SEE . figure. "Come over here," he said once more, "and tell me how you got out of the lake that night Did you- swim - - ashore?" Topnlbel town, " :1 James aI Flaherty, of Philadelphia supreme knight Of the Knights i Columbus', declared, that the- K. of 0., in 7 Columbia, Kentucky-.- -' response to anappeal from Herbert Hoover, chairman of the European 'Re lief Council, had-- decided to take an All Kinds of Insurance v exception In. their 3 from any national policy of refraining campalgiCTor funds for relief or charitable work. "The need of the starving and sick & chlldrenof Furope is so urgent," Mr. Flaherty said, "that the Knights ef Columbus feel in duty beund to devote There is one .automobile to It is remarkablejhat the profi- themselveso the common task ef. raischilertjry fourteen persons in the teers bother with preying on us ing funds for the relief of these our dren. An an organization it Is tecosdact &e distinct K, of Uaittd Statei, and the fourteen poor consumers when tbegr lead iBteatioa for" fastis, although ateesbera 0. drive ptnoM are always in the way of the United State ShippingBoard H titer orgaaleatioB are freejieat n te all cbarkaWe 'drtTc But for a field of operations. New tktoac automobito at atretf . W.T: PRICE, AgeiSt& COLUMBUS KNIGHTS AID CHILD APPEAL j I H3KK WkWkWkWk cob-trttite- im-ttrtc- tki. New York Ameri- - York World. a feeTtkatSie ejMMfescy laLtkWca calls fer thesu&Tte4 elffarti etlOt Aer-leas- e and we coaalder it a .privUef te Te Adir County News $1.50 Constantin ihas beta rtthroa ' d and may be rethrown.- - parlaersfclp te UA, great work eC seftrcy. shook her head. Tm not going to tell you anything," she murmured almost Inaudlbly. "Well, keep it to yourself, then," snapped Uriah. "When I get you back to the- - Dlrty Ma"ry I know ways whlch'll bring out of you what I want to know, So get your things and come along home." Tonnibel elt as If the bottom had fallen out of the world. Then, a boy's smile, anda boy's words, "Salvation, little Tony, Is always at hand, for God is .good," seemed to strike both her vision and hearing. Tony Relieved every word Philip MacCauley uttered. He couldn't-spea- k an untruth If he tried, if as he had saldt Salvation was at hand, then she could be saved at that moment K Tm busy here, daddy," she managed"-to ay. "Taa doing- some nursing, so I can't get away justnowi" "You'll Come just the same," replied Devon, fcetttae; to hie feet "Dtvioe Lore Is everywbere," flashed threagh Tony's-- mind as she te atrsflled np. She darei net sema, Md there wa no If heaeTwh vwdd Seto fce? room. It took bat a few aMsvtee Mm. Carte and bexLetaukter woeM fee th 'officials to expiate te Decter Jbjf delighted to Imv ker geae and Pendlehaven that they had heeg trajl; -low-pitche- - lTt j,.. Reginald got up from the table. "I don't want anything more to eat," he growled, as his mother starthis. "Those two said I couldn't even say ed to remonstrate with him. 'Tm givgood-bto to " She boVed her ing to bed." When he got upstairs, lie looked at against the kindly arm that supllead himself In the gl&BS. How white and ported, hec and for a moinent was so thin he had grown I He looked as If agitated she could not proceed. he had died and was trying to coma i'Husb, dear," pleaded Pendlehaven. to life again. He was frightened al"Hush ! Do you want to stay here?" most out ,of his wits too. Then Ton"Yesob, yes, sir, I do, Indeed, slrl" nibel Devon really was In the house. It she cried. "But but " hadn't been her ghost that had thrown, "Then you'll stay," the doctor told him bodily from the window sill .after and stern. all." Uriah, knowing that, had cdme her in a voice "If yonr father thinks" and made a demand for his daughter Tm goln to have my girl," gritted and had been arrested. Perhaps he Uriah. would be arrested also and for a "Then ou have the law at your crime worse than stealing. Had the. hand to use, Mr. Devon," returned the girl mentioned the fact of his trying doctor, "and you, Sarah, Pll ask you to poison Paul Pendlehaven? If she to attend to your own affairs after hadn't would she? When Mrs. Cur-this." tis came In to ask how he felt he was ""But Cousin John," argued-- Mrs." crumpled In a big chair, shaking as Curtis, "she's the man's own child. if he had been attackedwlth agu& Surely he has a right to TO BE CONTINUED. A. sound of a' bell pealing through the house cut off her words. Then - came heavy footsteps In the halt Be Tke mamrho trie to bargain fore anyone ceuld figure on the cavee. of Oils commotion, the door brat with .God lli feinMlf.- - to ih opes aad sereral unlfomed nee cwee in. When Uriah Devea caught sight of them, he &ate a daeh for Urn window, tat two heavy oAeerg were' W-Tie waa half way tre y d --x ebbing away. Tonnibel walked swiftly to Doctor John's side and slipped her hand into Syracuse.' , -- ft to" -- 6" HM9. r . . z: j, ; 0 jr ADAIR COUNTY NEWS? Fard Builds ,iHtR LAWS Jtiges aU v DEFIED -M- 0IR0W. ment, telling of , flagrant By Calls -- 'viola- Atttrseys Urged tion of the prohibition law their communities," In EDITORIAL Taylor County and Adair make up a legislative district, and this yearJs.Taylorjs time to select, a representative. 'We hope thafra. good business'man will be elected. No candidate has announced up to this date. Laresi filler. contain I Morrow t;daicribfcd The largeaf power house boilthe liquor violations as one of ers in the world are now being the most serious problems before installed in one of the Ford Mo Mooashining and bootlegging the officials today. He said that. tor Company's Detroit plants. are r&mpant in the state of Ken- "religious meetings are being To denomstrate just how big tucky and violations of the liquor broken up, schools disturbed and from Tompkinsville they really are, eight laws are such as to challenge all private meetings interrupted by savs that the moonshiners of Ford cars were driven into one & forces of law and order, ac- users of whisky." Monroe county have put upen of them recently. cording to Gov. E. P. Morrow, H. In his annual address John The cars were lined up- - just a joint Gillian of Scottsville, president foot an ingenious systen. The outside the building, then, one hi marketing of the Kentucky Circuit of the Commonwealth Attorneys' band is divived into at a time, they were driven inJudges' Association and the Association, said that the liquor and recovering branches. When side, caught up in a rope sling, purchasC nnmonwealth Attorneys' Asso laws are being violated as never a purchaser goes to the ing point, gets shis whisky and hoisted to the second floor and ciation in convention here. before in his district. He said way rejoicing, he driven into the huge boiler. Governor Morrow said illicit the condition isone that calls for starts on his Each boiler is enclosed nn is met by the recovering squad," traffic in liquor hadreached the heroic effort on the part of who tell him they are govern brick settings, with specially depu nt where those responsible citizens, and urged the ment agents and that they were aicrnoA fiiinana few fmrninor nii1 defied any one to attorneys to help for it almost verized coal. This in itself is a in every way upon all his possible in stamping out crime. ordered to confiscate all liquors. new feature in this kind of a stop it and he called The man losses his liquor-- , and fc arers to join him in using While the association of attorboiler. While some experiments ery power of their offices to. put neys will hot hold its election un the recovering squad carry- it have been made with pulverized back to the purchasing stand and n nd to it. coal, yet, no boiler has ever betil this morning, the judges1 as- it is again sold, "Micit manufacture and sale sociation yesterday elected the fore .been specially constructed liquor has grown to an appall- - foilowing officers for 1921: vof W T. Kisapl ftfT.miHvIe.had House n. cue nenry rora ue- l ry xtent and the use of liquor, B. J. Bethurunv. Somerset, better stayed at home with thejparts easi,y .from Precedent in eially by minors, is also in- - president; J. F. Dorsey, Hender . producing plants, ana woman that loved him much, in- said. "I call up- - son, vice president, and "W. H. . creasing," be ce satisfied that pulverized stead of dartingnto gambling ruyou men to use the.full pow- - Fields," Louisville, secretary and 1 is 'practical, he ordered spe- hells. He worked for one firm upon treasurer. 'Judge Fields has er.5pf,the law, conferred thirty-twyears and' saved cial equipment designed and 3flJ.!toxput an end to Jhesecon- - held officeor the past twelve enough money to gointo the built for the new Power House. CtfS'it in, "the ;years. 4yons and Jo grocery business He was doing ' The boiler furnace will confuliei& in, .ridding itie. .state of J The report of the committee sume eighteen tons of coal an nicely until he commenced mooaahjner, bootleggers and on law reform of the Commonnot long until hour. 'The coal, which is ground and sflj .violators of the liquor laws. wealth Attorneys' Association he lost his entire stock of goods. so fine that it passes througn an was read by J. B. Snyder, of He could hot glace his wife and unusually fine screen, is fed into 'ifl?herffj governor declared ha Williamsburg, chairman, who children andhe left home, and the furnace from near the top. Vj?ouId not show clemency to reviewed the work of the last was not found until he saw in a Jnside, it.is caught up by an air afcv one found guilty of violating session of the state Legislature. paper a current, which keeps it in circu-latioany prohibition law." The only recommendation little daughter fori his return. and it is burned while fn Both attorneys and judges made during the present session He was in Texasand he left at suspension. jLt toucnes neitner altho of the association was one seekpledged their once in answers. .to the.prayer. ,the side nor the bottom of the were some who took issue ing strict enforcement of the there When he reached his residence furnace, until as ashes it drops with, his assertion that there is prohibition statutes. It was he was gladly . received by his underneath into an ash pit. more illicit manufacture and suggested that the office of dis- wife and little daughter, but he r - From the, time the coal for of whisky in Kentucky to trict detective be created, the found the pair of Twins' he left these boilers leaves - the Ford '" - officer to be appointed' by the 3av than at any time in the hismines in West Virginia and had been buried two weaks. txtt v of the state. Kentucky until it is carried away Commonwealth " Attorney and ""My district is comparatively answerable to him, with - power as ashes it is never "handled by Special . Attention, $rQ from crime," Judge C. C, to execute warrants. Louisville hand. All of the operations are -T' . ' M . .. handled mechanically dumping, Marshall, of Shelbyville, declar Herald. The Kev.a JLeonidas Kobmson, X pulverizing, carrying to the bins, ed, "especially violations of .the $9,967 Ford Cars Made in Month. of Louisville,; educational' secreLstoking, even to carrying the law against manufacture and tary for the. Louisville ,confer-- ' ashes away in small dummy cars. of intoxicating liquors. a' During October 99,967 Ford enoe of the Methodist Episcopal - battery of eight of these A .Thre is less drunkenness, less cars were'made in Ford y Church, South, has called the drinking and less crime in my bpge boilers is being built; one meetings- -' in each of the at Detroit and shipped out is already completed and opera-tin- g district now. than, at any time seven districts of the conference, f to join the four and successfully. since I have been on the bench." million already in service. This where the ministers, leading J(Judge B. J. Bethurum, of and representative laymen lanton Okla Somerset, supported the charge is the highest record ever reach- will discuss plans for inauguratr made byrGovernor Morrow. He led by'the Ford Company, pr any the Christian Education g Jan. 4, 1921. said that in his district there is other company. movement in the districts. - would have brought Adair County News, 4'more moonshine whisky made more cars ,today than ever before since he production up to the 100,000 The schedule of meetings as Columbia, Ky. mark for the month.-"- " " $ announced by'Dr. Robinson, is Gentlemen, .car remember." Hopkinsville district, at .PrinceEnclosed find my subscription" October 26 was 'Haximuni Penalty Urged, ton, January 4 ; Henderson dis- foj your paper. It is interesting "Fines and jail sentences to the day, having brought forthv4,688 .January 5;. and a pleasant visitor1" to- - our iimlt for "moonshiners" and cars. This was also a record trict, at Henderson, Owens-bcr's home. "booties gers" were urged by breaker. It means that one car Owensboro district, at January 9; Etizabethtown Was sorry to hear of the death Judge Bithurum, who declared was completed every5 eighteen seconds'" fbr'ther en- - district at Shepherdsville, Janu- of .one of my best f rTends"- - and, f rnac-nproposes o Keep up and& ' ' hour day.7 The ary 7; and Columbia district, at cousins, J. F. Triplett. I often1 fight for law enforcement tire twenty-fou- r the Columbia, January 12.r.Meetings think of the good times we had until every criminal is driven Ford estimate i.or this year is one ancl million cars have already been, held in the in our boyhood' days. ETeVas a from his district."" Louisville' and Bowling Greep man of the most sterling charac JManyof the judges declared and trucks. districts, with great interest ter. I was also sorry to hear of--j was during fhe fall their intention to "urge jurors the death of my oloVf riend. 'J. K ,i impose the maxirmim fine and that Jleqry Ford placed onr the shown. having nice prison term for persons charged market his now famous Model Among' the speaker's on the P. Conover. We are the car that brought Ford, program for the meetings in the. winter weather, l&tve not had with violating the prohibition "T much cold we'atEer?T' Times are unquestioned supremacy in the western districts are: Dr. A. law?." pretty close here. The bottom attorneys, motor car industry. To date, LyonDr. A. R. TXaseyMrs. W. Commonwealth's , four and one-haJ. Piggott, Dr. Robinson and F. has dropped' out "of farm pro'-- taking ip tfoo discussion, pledged more than ducts, wheat $1.60 and corn 40c o "Aihe judges in law million of this one model have T. Harned. . For themeetings in a bushel, and hogs $7.70. We enforcement by asking the ju- -' been built and distributed to the the eastern districts, the speakwere lucky and sold our wheat rws to return indictments and four corners of the world. Of ers are Rev R. V. Bennett, Rev. for $2.50 and $2.fc0 per beshel the petit jurorff to convict in ev- models prior to the "T", thirty J. G. Akin, W. J., Piggbtt, Dr. under Democratic prosperity. v J. W. Johnson and Dr. Robinson. ery case where the evidence thousand were manufactured. W. W. Murrell. During 1910, 18,644 Ford cars Kentucky Methodists are eswould warrant conviction. We don't need the enactment output pecially interested in the Christ Governor Morrow made no ex-- were built, a tremendous of any Blue Laws. There would those days. s Yet in ten ian Education movement because , .ception of any section of the for be more sense in the enforce his charge that the law years from that time Ford pro six educational institutions are ment of the Red, "White and .tate in duction haB grown to more than maintained by the Southern Blue laws we already have. n. U being violated. He told the v million a year. Methodist church in the state, Toledo Blade. jaige and attorneys: "Piled one half of the motor cars Itfghmmy desk at Frankfort in Almost are Ford cars. In and the future growth and inworld the NEWS is $1.50 and are letters from fathers and the United States and Canada, a fluence of these schools is largely THE mothers as well as others, who are linked with "the success' of the $2.00 oer year. Send; in than one-haour subscription at once. movement;. interested injaw enforce- - Fords. - - -- r ,, UBl Traffic. . Governor full-grow- ifevtMMr Tt Ei4Ual Prrtleii Sertew. Hole eight Ford cars; six miles of pipes. The Louisville C Ah. V COURIER-JOURN- AL The Great Paper of the Southland n addressed I sos--io- n is ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; itis fearjess, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean government. The Courier-Journa- l t law-abidi- ng surpasses all its competitors in The Courier-Journa- l equipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Times. In addition , it maintains staff' correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It -- Kv M- i? ,. . By speojal arrangementa.we - are now able to offer The Daily Courier-Journ- al er Jr AND THE " News-Bot- u h - Adair County one year, by mail, o fof only, $6.00 te ' Outside the city limits of Colombia ? Jf Ten-nessee gam-blin- g, it-a- s ilKai new sub This offer applies to renewals as scriptions, but only, to people living in Kentucky, or Indiana. New, subscriptions'' may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals willvclate from ex piration of present ones. $ 13 -- If you perfer an evening newspaper, ryou.may stitute The Louisville Times for The' 1 v sub- - n, praer-iofferedjay-- his Courier- - Journal. .V ( Send orfbring,your ord rs to the office of ; if THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . Columbia, Ky. rt r sle - n -- My Loss Your Gain will Close Out the Remainder of my High Top Shoes, 'Sweaters, Underwear and Blankets at LESS than COST. I fac-tor- dis-tri- ct one-hal- -- edu-cato- rs have a Complets Line of O' Bryan Overalls, Ball Band Rubbers and Boots. I 4 Thirty-threetm- Motion Pictures in my Hall Every Saturday Good Band Music. ,, night. -- u thef-bann- er L. M; Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. 4 HENRY W. DEPP, t Used - o, e one-hal- 1 40 Years I3ENTIST -- one-quart- er Ampermanently located in of-190- 9. CARDUI The Columbia. Crowning and Inlay Specialty: ;' Vork - All Classes of Dental Work Done. -- Woman's Tonic a: 1 Sold Everywhere s All lf r.e t ,Qce; uet Work! Guaranteed door to post office. BiC . - -- A requisition was issued by the Governor for the extradition from Sacramento, Calif , of Frank Sain, charged with the murder of W. S. Grabtree in Letcher County. Of course John Barleycorn is dead, but the inquest is not over. Good luck is k. F. SCOTT -- I? -- y ' DEALER IN GAKFORD TRUCKS ,ali. 2. 3i. AND 5 TON SEE Fopfcpvv Cost per Ton, Mile the offspring of Hard Wprk and Common sense. . A. F. SCOTT, Casey" Creek, Ky.' - little-bette- r lf i When there can be two firsts, Bryan and Borati may agree. 'iMg . .- -, ip,- SK 5Si f J ! -- ii s