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KEMPER. of their product at present, and they1 ' lection of old" manuscripts raked out OF THE CONDITION OF The Louisville Post of Jast .Thursexpect to be receiving substantial of a Babylonian rubbish heap. We Mr. S. L. Glnter, one of the live day" has this article: BANK.-from their investments at believe that such Is not the case at all wire operators who has recently locae-e- d taymitid Drlscill, Identified by Raymond Drlscoll, arrested In In- - THE FIRST NATIONAL date. In connection with this is inspired Revelation here, states that he is arranging to Pete Garvin as One of the suspect AT COLUMBIA IN THE STATE but that it dianapolls Monday night as a it will no doubo'be interesting to soma from God. Many who pre not familiar bring an powerful drilling of in the Columbia, Ky., bank robbery, OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE the readers of the Ledger to know-thaHen Who Attempted to with the Bible are good hands at rid- rig to this territory soon, and he and OF BUSINESS DEC. 29,. 1921. Garwas positively identified by Pete the Cumberland Pipe Line Comiculing' it. The more one reads it the bis associates propose to spare neither Rob the Bank of v RESOURCES. vin, mail carrier of Columbia from a pany have recently advised certaia more hewill be convinced that "the pains nor expense in making thorough iLoans and discounts, including re Ctlumbla. Bertillion photograph in the office of operators in this section that they ara discounts, (except those shown Statutes of the Lord are right." and intelligent tests of the fields of $205 905 71 inbandc) Chief of Detective DeForester last willing, and can soon be prepared, to .Those who ridicule the Bible on ac- this section. J Acceptances of other banks disnight. receive oil at Fishing Creek, whera $42 100 00 counted.. LAN1ED IN JAIL LAST SUNDAY. count of creation ancf who would subS248 005 71 Mr. Lucien Seckner, the TotalLoans Garvin told w Somerset "That's the man," stitute it with the doctrine of evolu- geologist, of Winchester, Ky:,' was the line from Monticello to DepositcdsVj secure circulation Capt. DeForester when he glanced at crosses the Cumberland rivet, which TJ. S. Bonds (par value).., S23 000 00 tion are behind the times. The Pres here for a couple of days during the Some exclteirient on the Hotel cor$ 24 050 00 picture, which was forwarded Owned and unpledged is only about a day's run by boat from the Total U, S.jSovernment securities.. .49 050 00 ident of the British Association of past week on an important mission ner last Sunday afternoon between here in a letter telling of Driscoll's Securities other than U, S. bonds the Creelsboro field This is encourScience said that there is more evl- .one ond,two o'clock, when Raymond for one of the large operators in this aging news to all. operators in that (not including stocks) owned custody in a mud being taken in dence of Degeneration than there section. Mr. Beckner has great $34 545 56 unpledged Driscollwas landed In Jail. It was faith section, and it is an incentive to In-Ford car, Total Bonde, securities, etc. is of jEvolution. A Greater than in toiown that Deputy Sheriff George T. 34 545 56i this territory proving to be a pro- creased effort in developing the fields other than U. S Garvin was positive Drlscoll was one Haeckel or any other Materialist is Stock of Federal Reserve. Bank J Coffey was on the pike between this ductive section. along the Cumberland. of the .bandit band. Drlscoll poked a 1 950 00. (50 per cent of subscription) here so let us sit at His Feet as He place and Campbeltevllle, coming to Mr. G. W. GInther, formerly of side, according to Value of Banking house owned revolver In Garvin's The firm of Fink & Heilmant drills Genesis. Come SI 1)00 00 1JDO0 00 speaks to us through and unincumbered Columbia, with the prisoner, who is Huntington, WestVa., but now lo- ingfor the Columbia Development the mailman's story to Capt. DeFor- Furnlture.and fixtures 00 , JjOO and study this Old Book with us evcharged with being' one. of the men cated at Cincinnati, one of the exten- Company, has been dissolved, J. ester, and forced him to ,walk across Lawful reserve with Federal RegTi 22 401 27 ery Wednesday evening at the Baptist serveBank who attempted to rob the Bank of Cosive and aggressive operators of the the street into the bank. Garvin was Cash in vault and net amount due. man retiring, and O. C, Fink Is Church. lumbia early in the morning of Mon- locked in a rear room while the ban43 352 53 from National Banks country, was here the latter partof now sole owner of the firm's assets, In- Leslie J B. Smith. Pastor. Checks on other banks in the same day, January 10th. the week on his way home from Bus-se-ll eluding" drilling rig, etc. The test dits staged the robbery. city or town as reporting bank 1552 41 other than item 15 county, and he g9ve out the In well on the Bob Rowe farm, near The news of the robbery and the atLooking Forward. Early last nieht Garvin arrived in Total of items 12. 13, 14, 15. formation that he would soon have a town, is now down near 3O0feetiau tack made on the car occupied by the Louisville on his way to Indianapolis, 44 904 94 andl6 robbers, at Lebanon, as they were es- accompanied by Deputy Sheriff Geo. Checks on banks located outside of Southern Methodism has started a rig at work in the southern part of with encouraging formations being city or town ot reporting bank ' caping, soon spread fcver the entire Coffey, who will take the prisoner 729 2G move for 933,000,000 and other cash items for educational the county on the south side of the ercountered, and drilling will be conr Redemption fund with U. S. country, and Monday night DriscolJ back to Columbia. purposes,' but the work is not in full river, and a few miles east of the tinued to the lower sands. Treasurer and due from U. S. was arrested in Indianapolis, just as 1250 00 neadway as yet. There was a meet- Creejsboro field. Mr. Ginther holds Treasurer Coffey and Garvin left for IndianapDr. R. M. Armstrong, Augusta, Ga. Interest earned but not collected- - . was leaving a car that he had some very valuable Jeases in that seche ing held in the Methodist church, olis at 9 o'clock this morning over the writes that he is giving up his proapproximate on Notes and Bills dantly abandoned. Detectives saw interurban They will stop In.LouIs-vill- e tion, and he proposes to develop them fession there, and is returning this past due 0C3 87 1 Receivable not this place, last ednesday, looking to Drlscoll leave the car and" they went as rapidly as possible. $395 400 61 that interest. A number of Total week to his old home, Creelsbdrov on their way back to Columbia to it, and upon evamlnatlon they with the prisoner. Capt. DeForester LIABILITIES. ministers and layman from In reporting on developments at wherehe owns valuable oil acreage, found that it had .been shot full of gave them a letter of introduction to Capital stock paid in 7 25JD00 00 different$arts of the State were here, Creelsboro. in a recent issue of the and he will now give his personal at40"000 00 ..' Surplus fund holes and that there were blood Chief of Police Kinney there and the matter pf raising the money News, I was in error in stating that tention to the developmennt of that $9 469 43 Undivided profits stains all over tlie inside. Drlscoll Less current expenses', in- - X was freely discussed. Steps are now the McMead Oil Company and the field. Car Was Riddled. terestand taxes paid. ...3 163.93 C 306.50 was arrested, and after he had been being taken to start the drive all over Beacon Oil Syndlcite, jointly, were That the other members of the ban- interest and discount collected- . . -- - , thoroughly questioned by the detectPaid List. in advance of maorcredited. Southern Methodism, and those who constructing a pipe line from their mad turity and not earned approxives, the sheriff of Adair, county was dit band were wounded in the riv32180 are at the head of the movement feel storage tanks to the Cumberland imate v notified to come to Indianapolis and flight in the Ford is the belief of Amount reserved for taxes accrued 1 511 13 sure they vould load oil on to The following are new paid subscribe thatrit will be a success. The er where rid- Circulating Notes outstanding.. 24 100 00 to bring Pete-- Garvin. The Sheriff Capt. DeForester. The car was schools in Kentucky under the con barges. The work is being done s by ers and renewals since our issue of last 781 44 Net amounts due to National Banks was absent, but deputy sheriC George dled with bullets and buckshot as it Total of items 28, 29. 30, 31 and trol of the Louisville Conference "will the McMead 'people independently, Tuesday 78144 32 Coffey and Mr. Garvin started at once. passed through Lebanon, where long Mrs. W. H. Kewby, Mrs. R. S. ToddV be endowed, and it is said that the and in justice to them I desire to Individual deposits subject to At Louisviliu Garvin Identified a pho- distance telephone calls had spread 74 Llndsey-Wilsocheck They will ship M. O.Stevenson, Allen Walker, J. this place, will be make the correction. none-- , tograph as being that of the man who the alarm to be on the lookout. This Dividends unpaid J. R. White, G. E. Bran-hamade a Junior College. their product by barges to BUrnside, deposits (other revo- is borne out by the fact that Indian- Total of demand punched him inihe rlbswith a " Miss Josie Walker, J. P. than bank deposits) subject to and thence by rail to Somerst. The Reserve, Items 33, 34, 35, 36. ""'" v Rook Party. after he (Gar vinjhad'been picked apolis authorities have sent word that lver W. E. Squires, C. H. Yates, X. officers of the McMead Company, are: $297 379 74 37. and 38, up on the Ingram corner and forced the car was bloody and contained E. Bennett, Herbert' Holladay, Mlsa: Mr Lilburn Phelps', attorney at law, 61 into the back room of the bank. Gar- bloody rags, believed to have been Total Mr. and Mrs. J. C' Strange enter- Louisville and Jamestown, president; Nina Denver, Mrs. W. H. C. Sandidgev Kentucky, Btatb of , K8S vin further said after seeing the man used as bandages... tained a number of friends Friday Mr. Walter McKinney. cashier Bank, Harry Traxler, J. W. Grasham, Jas. County op Adair J Capt." De Indianapolis, that he could not be Working on this theory at I. E. H. Hushes. Cashier of the above night, at their home on Burkesville of Jamestown, Ky., treasurer; Mr. Butler, W. T. Dohoney. Jo M. Boseo-fie-ld, men last night named bank, do solemnly sTearthat the above Street. Book was played and every mistaken; that he knew beyond the Forester and two Miss Vie Murrah, Mrs. Lee Fox, Morton E. Weldy, attorney andoll statement is true to the best of my knowledge peradventure of a doubt, that the visited St Edward's Hospital In New and belief. ' one had a delightful time. At the man, "Bowling Green, Ky., secretary.. J, W.Walker, Roy Walker, Grlder E. H. Hugher, Cashier. Albany, "following a "tip" that a Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th close of the game Mrs. Strange, asright man had been arrested. These three, together with Gen- - Produce Co., Mrs. Millie Hill, A. G. , . ywounded man was being treated there. day of Jan.. 1921. sisted by her daughter, Miss Frances, James1 Gamett, attorney at-la-w, WJlmore, S. Burton, Mont Conover Parties at the Indiana end kept CoLeonora Lowe, The investigation proved the .man Notary Public ". served a.deHcious lunch. Si Louisville and Mr.f (Frank Sneed, a V. M. Epperson, Alfonzo Sallee, Wss lumbia notified, and a warrant was they 'found had been wounded in .an Contmlssion expires Jan. 20th. 192T.n c The following were present: prominent-business- , man of Louisville, Hlgginbotttm, Mrs. Uary E. McKia-ne- y, prepared and placed in the hands of Attest: ' v iF. alleged auto tire theft. acJ Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Bussell, Mr. constitute the Board of Directors of J, J. Hunter, P. V. Cundiff, Mfsr. Mr. M. C. Winfrey, who was directed Braxton ftfassle. Louisville Time3 of the 14th V. : 7. 3- - JHenrv.N. Miller. z and L. C. Hjndman, Mr and Mrs ..Nat .the company.! cMr; H.H. C. Gordon, J. A. Breeding, Mrs. Madaline Beard, to first go to Frankfort and get requi- - The Directors. Jno. D. Lowe ' ic Inst., says: Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knifiey, an experienced ell man, is field man Nathan P. Hayes, (Junius Hancock, isitlon papers on the Governor of InMr. and Mrs. Jo Patteson, Mr. and ager. Mrs. Etta Caldwell, A. E. Murrell, J. Detective William Stabb will leave diana, then go to Indianapolis and deDeath of a Colored .Minister. Mrs. Fred Myers, Misses Mollle CaldDeputy M. Shepherd, F. M. Barnes, R. WV liver same to sheriff Coffey. Before for Indianapolis today to aid Mr. John C.x,Miller; field representaj& well, Mollie Jeffries, Minnie Kemp, Shirley, C. T. Browning, B. F. Bowe. Mr. Winfrey got to Frankfort be was Sheriff George Coffey, Adair County,; Bev. James Dickerson, vtfio- - had Katie Muxrell, MrsHamlett and Ed- tive for the Pure "Oil Company, KeDtucky for trial. notified that Drlscoll was willing to In returning to Ky., branch;rhas been spendThe Telephone. been the pastor of the colored Meth ward Hamlett. ' : 5". come without a requisition, and ac Raymond Drlscoll, 26 jerr old, alleged ing a few days' here since the first of Church, In the suburbsof 'v cordingly, as above stated, he was member of the gang of bandits ywho odist Mrs:Geo. StapieSjEntcrtainsJ. the year, engaged in making a survey I am the Telephone When I am for nearly 'four yearsV'idfed after- early Monday morning attempted to landed in jail here of this territory and In gathering oth- not broke, am in last Thursday morning at 4 o'clock. the hands of a I , rob the Bank of Columbia. noon. company. Before leav He had been "confined to his bed Mrs.' George Staples entertained a er data for his a mouthpiece, but, have After receiving a telegram from In Soon after he was committed, he about three weeks. He was reared in number of her friends last Friday in ing Mr. Miller indicated that they like women, I never use it. develwas brought out and carried before dianapolls stating that Drlscoll would the South, but had been a member of the "good way." They would, in all probability, begin Fellows use me to make dates with-girl- s, waive extradition papers,Chief of DeJudge W. S Sinclair) The prisoner Con- were invited to spend the day and opment work in this section at no disthe Kentucky Colored Methodist and girls use me to break said waived an examining trial, and the tective Stabb went to Indianapolis to ference for some years. He was about "bring their knitting." A sumptuous tant date. dates. Husbands call up their wives, Judge fixed his ball at 325,003. Drls- asBist Deputy Sheriff Coffey in return- seventy years of age. Since he took dinner was served and every one had Mr. Geo. H. Palmer, president and over me and wives call their husbands coll said that he was unable to fur- ing the prisoner to Kentucky. qp his residence near this place, he so a delightful day. The following were general manage; of the Palmer-- Oil & down over me. I never go anywhere,, word had been received that nish the bond, and he. was remanded conducted himself as not only to win present: Mesdames A. D. Patteson,-Jo- Gas Company, returned the latter but sometimes the Company comes, Drlscoll demanded a requisition for to jail. the esteem of his own race, but the Patteson, J. O. Russell, 6. M. Rus- part of the week from an extended and takes me out it all depends on. his removal. white people speak in very compli- sell, Gordon Montgomery, G. F.Stults trip to'Cleveland, O., where he had a whether you pay your bill or not. The Adair circit court will open the Fete Garvin, mail carrier who was mentary terms of hisNlife and charac- W. A. Coffey and Daisy Hamlett very pleasant time visiting the home I am not a bee, but I often buzz tt first Monday in March. At this term locked up In a rear room of the bank ter here. He leaves a wife. The infolks, and in mingling with business your ear, I am the belle of the town, init Is believed that Drlscoll will be Girl's Auxiliary Entertained. by the yeggman, yesterday identified terment was in the colored cemetery associates. Mr. Palmer Js one of the and while I do not wear jewelry I of dicted and tried. Driscoll as one of the bandits and his and it was largely attended. 11 vest wires and also one of the best ten get rings. Whether I do things This same man in company with a bullet-riddle- d car as the one used by Mrs. Mary Phillips entertained the posted men who has ever come to this or not a lot of people nail me to the pal, was in Columbia the 6th of De- the yeggman in escaping from Auxiliary of the Baptist Church section, and he Is doing a great work wall. I like music, but the only kind Mills and Light Plant for Sale. Girl's d cember. He and his Friday evening. Each girl'was asked in the development of the territory. I ever hear is chin music I get alt at the hotel and remained over night. twenty in and the most popular The Mill in Columbia and the one on to bring a friend, making An authentic report received from the popular airs, Mr. Jeffaies, the hotel proprietor, saw Albert West Landed Here all. Games were played and they had Russell's creek, run by G B. Smith, Burkesville states that incorporation of all is hot air. the prisoner Sunday and he said that Light Plant, are for such a happy time that they were sur- papers have been received by certain and the Columbia he was positive that he remained over Jirths. Albert West, who lived near Pellv-to- sale. 'The owners are ready to give prised to find that it was nearly mid- parties who expect to build a refinery night at the hotel December 6th. this county, a noted criminal, is some man or men a bargain. They will night when they bade farewell to there at, an early date, and it is also Mr. J. 2f-- Coffey, after seeing Drlscoll e To the Tvlfe of R."A. Montgomery,, d or oce half interest in their charming hostess. now in the county jail He stands in ssll a reported-tha- t considerable activity la Sunday, said he was satisfied iie saw on the 10th icst , a son Ralph Gilbert. served. dicted in the Adair circuit court upon the two mills or they will sell both being shown in the fitting out of a him in the hotel at the time Mr. Jef- several charges. He escaped from plants to one man. They are in good To the wife of . Geo. Hood, on tha fleef of barges sufficient to take care fries' designates Coming Again. son. this county several years ago. went to runnig condition, both doing a splenof all production tributary to the 10th, a claims tabe, 26 years old, Missouri, where he got. into trouble did business. Drlscoll To therwiTe of-- Sikes Wheeler, da. Cumberland river. This means that Owing to the repeated requests comPennsylvania, but and was sent to the penitentiary. torn and reared in 4 operators will not be compelled to the I3th,.a daughter. The Light plant will be sold to one for the last three yersTiasresided In Sheriff Cortez Sanders was advised man or a company?" The owners are ing from friends both iq the schoo await the building of a pipe line to Snecial Nitice. Chicago when his time would expire, and he ready to talk business. For further and in the town, it has been decided that section before they can market to repeat the play entitled, "Miss nM orecuattoa will be taken toJ left for Jefferson City, Mo., the first particulars see their product, some of them being alAll persons owing Blair & Ellis aaust Fearless and Company;" which wasJ ready .shape to deliver oil on short uatri the day of his of last weekt and when West was G. B. Smith, at the heid the prieosec In Llndsey-Wilsocome at once and settle by cash oc " given inDecember at Columbia Mill..' trial, aod lookiBgto that end. an or-- turned out he was there to take iiim notice. The McMeai Company, of The date set is Friday evening, Jan-uar- y Louisville and Jamestown, with four note. Mr. Blair lives la Iowa and ha. "Monday, transferring in charge. He was landed here Jast M4e 8tf wants this eutslde business istUssl 21, v 7:45. Admission ?5c. The the Leuierille jail for safe i Friday afternoon, and his trial' will him to good wells at Creelsboro, andithe While he is ia. Adair county. . prss- to public eeer3 Wt with him I a come up at the March term of circuit Ia There is ne mumps in the Lladsey at?: Is cordially Invited be ' rlTit. 'southern Oil & Retain? Company, eourt. fsr th6 fctsUli. r,WU9on Marcuag senoou . ; K. t TY BASTILE. Pete Garvin. .NO. 6769. KESERYE DISTRICT NO. 8. - The Bible Up to the OIL-NE- Denver, with four good wells, and near Bakerton," Jara othersdrilling, fullyequlpped for the marketing: xe-tur- ns no-dista- up-to-da- te, t well-know- n v - .- E-H- ell repre-sentatl- ve x r.297-37- 9 n, m, Do-hon- ey, -(- 395-100 -- of-hi- s t -- - " r . Lex-Ingto- n, -r la, -- last-Sund- ay re-cei- ver. I udf Pre-vious- 'y - e friend-registere- n, Befresh-mentswer- one-thir- n. dt M , ad ' , o S3 "- w - -- ' Jl 1 . 9. Ht- - S W J T izJeT--.h n -- , i.f: "S-- jr ADAIRTCOUNTY NEWS Vr- jKHTHBBfjuSBBjP Rlfff Hk1HKC ill rR ji , & SI IWMijOK?S0 Shelfermd PiKes by GRACE Shadow othe GQPXM2ffr4' & : - ? MILLER' .. . A Now Ivcm? SYN0PSI8. mi?BaUA ' v ga jry&amvrf WHITE b oP ttio 5iortnCouivtt,iiJ When sfie appeared" before Doctor John in lils office, he arose hastlfy. "What's the matter, Sarah?" be asked. "John," she entreated, forgetting to raise her handkerchief to tflpe away her tears, "I must have some money tonight. A lot of It!" "For Reggie?" boomed forth -Pend-dlehaven. CHAPTER L Lonely and almost friendless, Tonntbel Devon, living on. ax canal boat, child of a brutal father and a worn- out, discouraged mother, wanders Into a Salvation army hall at Ithaca, N. T.H . There she meets a young Salvation army captain, Philip MacCauley. CHAPTER Devon. Tony's father, returns Xo the boat from a protracted "spree." and announces he has arranged for Tony to marry a worthless mpanlon of his, Reginald Brown. Mrs. Devon objects, and Uriah beats her. She latlmates there Is a secret connected with Tonnlbel. . CHAPTER DX In clothes that Drl--h has brought Tony finds a baby's picture -- with a notification of a reward for Its return to a Doctor Pendlehaven. She oes to return the picture. IL-U- rlah CHAPTER IV. With the Pendlehavens, live Mrs. Curtis, a eeusln, her son and daughter, Katherlne Curtis and Reginald Brown. Katherlne Is deeply In love with Philip MacCauley. CHAPTER V. Tonnlbel returns the picture to Doctor John, It to his brother. Dr. Paul Pendlehaven. It U a portrait of Doctor Pool's caild, who had been stolen In her lnfaacy, asd her loss has wrecked Doctor Pali's life. Doctor John goes with Tony to th canal boat and ministers to Mrs. Devoa while she is unconscious. CHAPTER VX Returning to conscious-bsMrs. Devon Is Informed by Tony ef her visitor. She Is deeply agitated, makes Tony swear she will never tell of Devon's brutality, and disappears. a family of wealth, and-4ear- ns be-Un- gs s, CHAPTER personality and her loneliness appeal to Doctor John and lie arranges to take her Into his house as a companion to his Invalid brother. CHAPTER VHL Tony's presence In the house has a good effect on Doctor PauL He begins to take a new Interest In life. Visiting the canal boat, Tony finds Reginald Brown there. HettempU to kiss her. Captain MacCauley appears and throws the man into the lake. Uriah Devon orders MacCauley off his boat VTI.-ronys CHAPTER DC With the girl a captive Devon insists that she shall marry Brown. On her persistent refusal he beats her brutally, throws her Into the cabin, unmoors the boat and starts to leave Ithaca. MacCauley follows In his canoe. He takes the girl Into the canoe through the cabin window. The men believe Tony has committed suicide. MacCauley de dares his love, and Tony acknowledges she returns It The girl returns to the Pendlehaven home. CHAPTER X. At dinner In the Pendlehaven home MacCauley, not knowing of her presence In the house, meets Tony, 'and his 'affectionate greeting alarms Katherlne and her mother. .CHAPTER XL MacCauley calls at the Pendlehaven home In his car. Ignores ikauienne, ana taxes Tony ror a Is heartbroken. -drive-Kather- J lne 'CHAPTER XIL Determined to bring about the death of Doctor Paul and so secure money he believes he would inherit Reginald procures, a deadly poison from Dr. John's laboratory and places it In the sick man's medicine. Tony discovers him In the act. Devon visits the Pendlehaven house and with Mrs. Curtis' assistance endeavors to carry off Tony. Doctor John thwarts the plan. Devon-I- s arrested and Jailed for theft -- CHAPTER XIIL Tonnlbel discovers that Reginald Is Mrs. Curtis' son, and denounces him for the attempted murder &ot Doctor PauL She agrees to say nothing if he" will leave the town at once. "My goodness, Reggie, you look ''- My - Goodneses, Reggie, Awful." You Look - awful," she said, coming to his side. Tell me, child, whats the matter?" There's matter enough," faltered the boy. "If you don't want me arlike that man today, then give " rested soe some money, to get out with." .. Be dropped his head, and for a .mo- ment-shstood staring at him. Then "flftr mother-hearelaxed, and she .jgank heside his chair. "Darling;" she crooned, "tuvrllng " oy, go to your Cousin John and tell M all, about it He will forgive you and hlp jou " e rt be-ye-ad trembling footsteps. "Not for your brother's sake? Oh, Kathie. do!" "No, I won't," said the girl. "So just don't ask me. Reggie's not my son, andT haven't any sympathy for him." With that she made for -- the door and was gone. For over an hour the anguished mother walked up and down. Then as If she had at last reached a conclusion, she went to the servants? quarters. There she sent the maid to ask Tonnlbel to come out to Doctor Paul's conservatory for a minute. Tony silently scared at the white woman when they came face to face. Mrs. Curtis swallowed her pride, gulping at the lumps that rose in her throat. 'Tm sorry about this afternoon, Miss Devon," she said. "I really didn't understand." Tonnlbel thought In a flash that Mrs. Curtis must have gotten religion; nothing but a softening of heart could account forjhe apology. "Never mind," she choked. 'Tm awfully sorry about my daddy, but IZ he will be bad, then I suppose' be must go to jail.". This statement renewed the dread In Mrs. Curtis' heart about her son. "Could you take message to my Cousin Paul for me?" she Ventured. "What is It?" asked" Tonnlbel, --- "Ys, he's sick, and I want to' send him away, John. Oh I You can't refuse me this, you simply can't" "Going away doesn't seem to help your son any, as I see," answered the doctor. "He might better stay home. Walt till I tell you something, Sarah," he went on with a wave of his hand to stop her plea. "You are ruining that boy. of the time you don't know where he is, and he drinks like a" fish." The woman knew what her cousin-sai- d was true; but the money she had to have. Yet she dared not confess what made' It necessary. v "But this time, .John," she wept brokenly, "he'll go to a place I send him. He's promised he would. John, you must help me." Pendlehayen sat down and took up the book he had been reading. "I refuse to hand out finy more and bring her here?" money for that boy," said he. Tonnlbel looked at him doubtfully. him stay awhile, Sarah, and see how "She might make you .nervous," she thatrworks out . . . No. no, there's said, dubiously. no use of your begging refuse "I 3on't think so," replied the docabsolutely." tor, smiling. 'Tm so much better. We Mrs. Curtis fled away almost disspeak of this to John, and I tracted. If she should see her son won't get nervous." He made the won't taken to prison like Devon had been last promise because the girl's face that afternoon, It would kill her. And was troubled and anxious. how could she fa'ce him without a Tonnlbel nodded and hurried out means to help him escape! If she She knew which room Mrs. Curtis oc- r'AMwIn n Xr a Ar I tintftn Alll n ftnlit of Paul!- - e had always. been the more f!"pId and w?6 helothf w at the r Tz t t- of the two. tender hearted a low: F.or a while she walked up and door, a woman's voice called "Come In I" down her room, wringing her hands. Tony stepped Inside and, turning, She was in a state of terrible nnxlety- -j shut the door before .she took a surwhen Catherine came In. "He's got to go," repeated Mrs. Cur- vey of the room. When she did, she tis, after she had told the whole story almost fainted. Reggie Brown, the to her daughter. "He says he'll be awful man she had known in the arrested if he doesn't and has made canalboat days, the man who had Pendle-havenjne .promise not to tell John. Oh, if I dropped the poison Into Paul medicine, was seated very could only get to Paul." neaT Mrs". Curtis, and Katherlne was "No one but that girl Is allowed by the window, wearing a very bored ne,ar him," flashed back Katherlne. "By John's orders," supplemented expression. An exclamation came from each Mrs. Curtis. one of the three as the girl .faced Katherine's Up curled. "Then why not appeal to her, them, looking as if she were ready iq mamma? Perhaps she'd reach the collapse. "You didn't get' the -- money then, ears of his majesty, the Lord Algirl," demanded Mrs. Curtis, sharply. mighty," said she. "Oh, Kuthle, don't be horrid," "Reggie dear, I didn't tell you last sobbed her mother. "You know very night, but your Cousin Jolm refused well I couldn't ask him through her." me when I asked him for help, and to reach Paul through " '"Then what will you do?" demandTony'-- eyes were on Reginald, who ed the girl. "You say Cousin John in won't help Rege, and you refuse to was crouching lower stop his chair. Her off the forward, staggering ask the girl to ask Cousin Paul. Then speaker's explanation. broke what will you do?" "You want the money for himK shi "You ask her, Kathie," said Mrs. Curtis, in coaxing tones. Katherlne tossed her head. "You've got a nerve to send me to her for anything," she shot back. "I will not!" Mrs. Curtis came -f- orward ' with Three-quarters She idrtejacrossufie 'room, .but; remejaDeredhfif--i FhlTTp, membered Reginald's husky voice called her love for her, and relented. back. J "Come along back 'tomorrow morn"Don't do that" he walled. "Don't - some," ing, and mebbe I youwalking away. Then do it, mater ! What she says Is true. she answered, over her shoulder she flung back, "Til I did exactly that thing. I I tried to kill Cousin Paul." Mrs. Curtis sank down with a With, this last statement had to, he satisfied. Heggle suf- groan, and Katherlne' uttered a cry. "I thought you" wanted me to, 'mafered dreadfully the night through, his mother sitting- - at his bedside. ter," went on' the boy, wearily. ."I Tony Devon also had been awake thought you said, if he died, .we'd get most of the night Tn the morning money " "But, my God, J didn't want you to after breakfast, she set about gatherkill him," moaned Mrs. Curtis. ing courage to approach Doctor Paul. "I didn't," said Reggie. TVlth Gussie Piglet-iher arms, she "But you4rIed," thrust in Tonnlbel. sat down beslde-hi- m, and now the "And you've told my cousins, eh?" was there to speak, Tony minute didn't know how to begin.' But? to be- he asked hopelessls. "No, I didn't," denied Tony. "I gin meant to begin, Tony liad learned, 'spose mebbe I would have, but I so she coughed and blurted: didn't know you belonged here. I "Your cousin, Mrs. Curtis, Is kind knew you used to steal with- my of pretty, ain't she?" "She would be if she didn't cry "so daddy and do all sorts oftvlcked things" much," responded Doctor Paul. Mrs. Curtis cried out again. gave Tony the opening she This "But I didn't know you'd try to kill wanted. sick man." Tony went on, "and "Her boy's awful sick, so she says," then send your ma to get money of she broke out, "that's why she cries. If he don't go away; he'll die, mebbe." him." "You'll tell him, I know you will, The lovely- - gray eyes grew darker as they searched his, and Doctor Paul you terrible girl," screamed Katherlne, Bo longer able to restrain herself. looked keenly at her. leaned over-an- d Tonnlbel thoughr quickly. Cousin "Did Cousin Sarah ask you to qome Paul Pendlehaven lived In the house "to me, little girl?" he questioned In a with an enemy who had tried to take kindly tone. his life. This same enemy had tried Tonnlbel nodded. "She says Doctor John don't like to destroy her, too. "You said he was going away?" she her boy, and mebbe you'd help her," questioned Mrs. Curtis presently. blushing. said the girl, The man considered the red face a "Didn't you?" "If I get money," put In Reggie, moment please you to have me drearily, "I will." "Would It "Doctor Paul wants to see you, help her and him?' he then queried. ma'am," said Tonnlbel, her dark gray J per"I should think you'd be the last son to ask that My brother told me eyes fixed on the woman, "and if he goes," she pointed at Reginald, "and she's always very unkind to you " re- I stays a long time, I'll keep mum. "She don't know any better," plied Tony. "She's never learned Seer Completely overlooking Katherlne, what lovin' awful hacd means, and ' boy Tony ran outof the room. The next mebbe she's so worried over her up when she day she didn't look she's got to be horrid to some one." Paul Pendlehaven laughed, then he heard Do'ctor John tell Doctor Paul grew grave. "Perhaps that's It' Now that Reginald had left Ithaca. When do ou think you could find jn& cousin she peeped at Doctor Paul, he smiled - .' r canet try,-,anyho- Mrs.-Curti- s - n - 1 a-p- wgBom f ather. CHAPTER XIV. meI 4- I 's The two years that had passed since Tony Devon had entered the Pendlehaven home, the greater part of which she had spent In school, had brought about many changes. Paul Pendlehaven had taken,, his place among the world's workers, but this does not say that he did not still long for the child who had gone from his life eighteen years before. Mrs. Curtis was no nearer giving Cousin John to Katherlne as a father than she ever had been, and Ithaca had caught no sight of Reginald Brown since he had fled from it with the notion that he might follow Uriah Devon behind the, prison bars. Philip riwd carried on his wonderful work, living in the joyous lqtters he received from Tony and spending his spare time in answering them. One morning Tony came to Paul Pendlehaven, smiling and blushingly girlish, and he motioned her to a little stool at his feet "Darling," he began in a moved tone, "I sent for you because I've come to perhaps the most Important decision of my whole life." Continued on Page 3. A Will la Changed. u3fvi5-:h:'- : Erar PETER. . KrxTTIl A Romance of the Redwoods section of country, as,big as a principality. The fight of the Cardigans, father and son, to hold the Valley of the Giants against the treachery of Colonel Pennington, and the part played by the Colonel's niece in deciding theissue,make a tale of unsurpassed interest. present on every page. The reader finishes withasense of having lived with big men and women in a big country. California forests, strong men battle for a In this stirring narrative of the The exhilarating breath of the big woods is . fJ11Y ayr 1 vW. oeYlCLl or 1 LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL PETER B. KYNE w J COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strongcourses fn Grades. High School, Normal, I Piano and ! Voice. Athletics under a trained athlete. Wholesome environment, Stud ent, body of high morarxharacler. Rates $ 8C.00 a year. 1 K j s &? Td Catalogue upon request R. V. Bennett, Bi A. Principal. y-- 1"V "v-- v -- "sv & ': :: OUR NEW STORE "You Want the Money for Him?" She -- Cried. cried, pointing a' finger toward the cringing boy. Mrs. Curtis nodded. . Yes, he's my son," she answered. Tony drew a Jong breath, letting It 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is. easily accessible, right in the shopping district oi Louisville, and we would be This remarkable product of Califorinto fame overnight. While a clerk in a country store he sent a story to a J3an Francisco magazine. It was so original that the publication accepted it with enthusiasm and printed a query to readers as to the identity of the author. No one iiad ever heard of hina as a writer, but in a short time the magazine began to receive replies from the backwoods section wherein he lived with original anecdotes about "Pete." Several more short stories from hia pen appeared and then the publishers and editors began tq, camp o doorstep, His "Cappy Rtekat h sketches haye been received with delight in. all portions of the country,' have been dramatised, imt into motion picture and ran as serjala. Preeminent in the short story' field, he --has done some excellent novels, of which "The VaUey of the Giants" is probably the best. It will appear serially brthis paper. Do not miss nay. part of nia-Jumped glad tcTsee our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The " same-integrit- 1 thickly. "My son Is away. 111," Mrs.'1 Curtis-explain- ed Hare UIJ T rwia I Tl ZtT,. from the roont. 3uHTle4 M1TT.U.M Paul knew about it He'd help me. "" Will you ask himf ' Tony thought a' minute. "Not tonight I" she replied. "Mebbe Doctor Jolm " Tfee boy bounded up, maddened "No, be hate my oa." the other eMurtuace. cried passionately. "Oh m mustn't ?Grat Ged," he 1crted, "he'd box say anything to him absJiMfc. years No, no, you've tea akTvp Tonnibel Devon jQjiff-- " awfully to bip m get away from Ithaca. tempted to refuse thtfffijjjpijftty woman money 1" I haven't any money, but If "Tdon't see I- - tearfully, "and' he must go hiss out through her teeth. "If he's your, son, maram," she said falterlngly, "then you got a murderer for a son. He tried he tried to poison Doctor Paul:" Mrs. Curtis" got np slowly, a cold rage rising In her pale eyes. Kath erlne came forward to tier mother's side, but Reginald remained silent "Yon. lie," snarled Mrs. XJurtls 'T tlon't lie," cried Tony, hoarsely. Mm, .B painstaking service and rock bottom facilities, prices prevail Here with greatly improved we canserve y?u better than never in your needtfor WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & lhe ain't guilty. He iMput poison la Doctor Phil's medicine, and By forcing her eyes around, the mother caught sight of her boy. "Reggie," she screamed, "for God's leve," don't look that way. Why don't yon tell the hussy she lies I Tell her yon'JLgo to yoor eousins and let thesa know accusations. Til go my.. self -' - Hubbiich Bros. . Wellendorff Sdeet dlin't kntfinhe was yow jkJ pushed him oif the wlsdew.' Bat I For More INCORPORATED T$l40 Yosts oa Marlcet gt I BHWt ir , One of the BestJStores of Leuisvilk, Ky. .J TT. I , .-- lr onlfctiiat aftwnoon.- Brit she ""V w aww t w II n is w r r of-h- er it &&em&8mmm mm&me&mm -'- -- ADAIR "COUNTY NEWS 3 , fc.aSS Unclcyfe Siori: yfelth. wmrauwt mm - wms- - r" tmi H JJ Very'fl Weak "After the birth o! my baby I had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattie Cross-whit- e, of Glade, Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought I 'was going to die. I was so weak 1 couldn't laise my head to get a drink, of water. I took . . . medicine, yet 1 didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardui." ,V? COPriCM'Q"U VEXATION OF SPIRIT VV the retired merchant, "I never had time to read much, and 1 used to look forward to the glad day when I could revel in literature. I felt sure I'd be entirely happy. I used to. 9 X WfTTHEN r was in business," said I am" now veMy to supply young men, old meiiaad -- boysiij, jot aKx&&aMt llllSlilP W KjppsiB I flKBBaaY'(BBBBBBBK titles of books I intended to read, and when I retired from business I had a list as long as the Russia's battle line.. "And now that I can read all I want to, I don't get any enjoy-mento- ut down the with clothing. daily. I have an immense stock and deceiving new I can interest you in prices.; Z." ?:..'!, K.5-"- vS'i" It-y- ou' need any t. r - .. - thing in,thiSjj!Hn;e,;call at once. ; ; .s??fi.&J75V-- . iwA-- i; TAKE books. They bore of j.' v -- . YY7J. I . '- c r. -- - , ' tv .a? , -- way. I get sleepy as soon as I begin to read, and my "wife comes and tells me my snoring is disturbing" the neighbors." "It's that way with everything we look forward to," observed the sadly. "Man always will be, d but. Is never blest, as some poet remarked. Young Goosewprthy wasln here last evening, bubbling. over with happiness.. There wasn't anybody- around,, so- - he took me Into his confidence. He's 'going to marry Gwendolin Jimalong, next month, and he's perfectly satisfied that his married, life will bepne long stretcli of sunshine. He seems to have the Idea that he's going to do something original when he gets married, but the ' idea isn't new. Men have been getting hotel-keepe- r, half-bake- me the worst CARDUI $ TKe .'; , SHOES! SHOES!! ' I .". i Woman's Tonic "I found after one. bot- ? - ". -- f!Vly;stock of fine shoes for mpn and boys was selected with care. tL --- bought therii right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. IbSI tle of Cardui I was. improving," adds Mrs. Crosswhitr. "Six Cardui and . . .1 was aired, yes, I can say they were a God-sen- d to me. 1 :rcan alsoaccbmmodate.lladies and young V. raT . ; girls with the latest styles in shoes. .j. . bot-tles- -of it A " believe I would Si. . S5?'"i ' r3i. ti. married ever since Christopher discovered Columbus, Ohio, and every doggone man jack of them had the Idea that everlasting bliss was going to be inaugurated on the wedding day. "I listened to Gooseworthy for three hours, and hadn't the heart to say anything that would 'dampen his enthusiasm. His twittering recalled the long .vanished days'wlien I was getting ready to be married. I felt about It then just as he does now. I thought the parson opened the gates of paradise when he joined two loving hearts. My wife lived up to all the plans and specifications", and was and Is one of the best women In the United States, but I hadn't been married three months before I had a sneaking conviction that the man who gets married . have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in manythousands of other cases of womanly roubles. If you. feel the need -t- 'c--f" . & BUCGIES AND WAGONS. a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. .,. Rid- - of a godd, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It may be just what you need. 1 ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL- - DISCOUNT for CASH. AH 5ICmatteri not what you need on the farm, I can please you inthe article and price. J,76-lal Druggists is 'V"k-- " ' married man doesn't need any more money than a single one, if he marries There are 170 milea of wires the. right sort of woman, but they go to the blackboard in the White House. might as well Do you n. and demonstrate that two and two suppose President Harding will make two, instead of four. I fell for that cheerful theory when I was mar- have them cataloged? or do you ried. I was earning enough to keep secmyself comfortably, and never had suppose he wont care for any financial worries. I could have ond term? been burled for less money than it took to be married, and the expenses from that time forward were double v what they nsed to be, although my to wife was so economical she used make waists and such things for her- 1 self out of my superannuated shirts. Hungary celebrated the Amer SEEK TREASURE IN VlgO BAY "Oh, doggone Jt. there isn't any happiness in matrimony. I Thanksgiving Day last ican Company Under Spanish Grant Will wonder that young fellows like Goose- - J Endeavor to Recover Some Hunv year by the opening in Budapest look around them, and worthy don't dred Million Dollars. contemplate the dejected appearance V The first story to adequately of the largest exhibition of knittV of the majority of husbands. But even V The largest amount of sunken treas-"ur- e if they did, it wouldn't do them any V portray- the majesty and V ed woolen articles ever held in V there Is any record of lies at the good, "I suppose, for they are full of V grandeur of the big tree V Central Europe. All the exhibits bottom of Vigo bay, on the coast of pipe dreams, and they think the girls V V and to section of California they are going to marry are different V V were articles knitted by Hunga- Spain. Here a Spanish plate fleet of V 17 great galleons and their escort of use it as an effective setting from all other girls, an(Tthat they will V rian women from American wool 23 warships were sunk 300 years ago V . prove exceptions to the general rule. for a storing work of fiction. V those halfurnished by Red Cros3 Chapters by a combined fleet of English and "Iad a wise old uncle-i- n week before 1I Dutch war vessels. cyon days, and about a in American towns and cities. the fhe wedding day, he backed me into a There Is no guesswork-abo- ut corner and handed me a dust-profortnight, amount of treasure on board the galThe exhibitionjasted a leons. It is ,matter of official record package of wisdom. He tried to lead in this principality of the at the end of which time the ar- . and Is placed In the neighborhood at me Into taking a sensible view of the C woods, the redwood forests; 140,000,000, which at future. He talked about the cares and V V ticles, numbering more' than 0, there was very little the tlmtInwhen mine V money the responsibilities that would be an area four hundred miles 000, were distributed to the poor world had a purchasing power ten the wedding, and wanted, to v after V of an average-widt- h, long and times greater than now. know If I felt equal to them. Hejxied V of the city. of thirty miles; has going to Of tills Immense sum a little was to show me that I wasn't landed, taken Inland and saved. A "marryan angel, but a human being V introduced eventsandhuman Frightened by rumor3 that the few spoil to victors like myself, with a human being's V participants well in keeping V $ Bank of Commerce of Lexington and millions fell as served the a bait frailties. as the balance baj faults and to draw adventurers from everywhere "I let him get that far, and then I V with the stupenaous environwas overloaded with tobacco to Vigo bay. A heavily financed comtold 'him tliat his gray hairs alone V ment. The people are those saved him from having his head re- V f1pno?itor9 started a run pany even now, under a concession V w who conquered a wilderness . a nntoa from the King of Spain, is trying to modeled, and saifi I never wanted him n nn ti i L!l...'(.;nn rpiiuvnrlaTr Kllf salvage the sunken galleons and their for did. to darken my door, and he never wifi insiiiuwui' niuiouoj, wi- and hewed out a path T4 wal" I had to darken it myself, witli after-"war- V - - civilization prototypes or bank came to the cargoes. all, not more vV friends of the All in than 20 millions nut stain. But many a time V the forest giants against V rescue and soon the line of de have been saved from the sea. InI recalled his wise words and V cluding that landed, that captured .and wept over his grave." V which they prevailed. True V V positors was greater than; that of that reclaimed by the varloue firms V to its, locality and written v of those who were withdrawing to whom concessions have beengrant Well Off. V V who has lived among ed' during the. last .300 years, so it Is all a: man never knows when V 'by one v "After V of the life v funds been-part safe to say that at least 100 millions and V he's well off." v yel remain resting, on the bottom of "What's happened now?" he so delightfully pictures, was just thinking what a fool r 0Mrs. Martha Downey, a widow Hie bay, 17 shiploads of gold, silver "I. it is one of the big books V mid precious biono! was for trading off my Liberty bonds V V , of American romance, action V living on Dix river near Burgin, V for oil stock." V and incident. To know V went, to a spring near her home V Seventy five percent of all. the Nut Walter Wanted. Kyne in any of his stories V Saturday, leaving her children, 2 V iady, after waiting In a con V An old compan is wholesome; to know if and 3 years old, lone. When employees of telephone fectionery store for about ten minutes, V ine teiepnone grew grossly Impatient at tbe lack of V "The Valley ofthe Giants" V she returnee! she found the older ies are women, V Finally she rapped sharply on service. is exhilarating in the high- child burned to a crisp in fronti is a talking device. V the counter. V V of the fire where its clothing had est degree. "Here, young lady, she called.'who Foreign dispatches tell us that V become ignited. on the puts ?" Everybody's Mag waits V if ReadltiftTbh : azine. the Germans are going to put a V a chump. "A good many optimists say Sfc that a y.'TO iJMFfi WOODSON LEWIS KENTUCKY. a The Valley I i iircci-- QREENSBUKG, HNvNNvp Colun bia Barber Shop imivtORAisr . . fr 36 I of the Giants I fc LOWE A!Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfaction and" Gratification are Guaranteed. 1-- of I Peter B. Kyne Give us a TVial and be Convinced. HC5K5K)K5K)Kil$K)K5K5K5l5K)K5K Res. Phone i" ,--. . 13.--B. Business Phone 13-- A 2E9nnBtfHuB9fi3hkS.4L ....., 'V fern I without question if Hunt in the treatment of Eij-- n t'rXiri Kingworm, Itch rtc lv.u t be conic discouraged because oinct treatments failed Hunt'.S.Ix has relieved hundreds of suck You can't lose on ui cases Money Back Guarantee. Tr It at our risk TODAY. PrieaYt For sale locally by .il-fails HONE? B&CX . Or. J. N -- Murrell DENTISTaj 1 Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. d, Sold by Paull Drug Company. i IUP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY SI a A. F. SCOTT 3Ht DEALER IN ' I. :,1 3 L. H. Office -- iGARFORD TRUCKS h 2, JSh. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist g- Jonesr s of Wen Disease 1 Special attention AND 5 TON, Domestfi Animals For Low Cost per Ton, Mile . SEE at Re . .., " mile of iOwn, on .Astown road c i The Consequence. meeting nobody - "At the anti-donuzzled the speakers." "'That was tbe reason, then, there were"-a-o many biting 'remarks." g V w , V V A;cream separator up and ex,-54 ploded at Snob's Corners, Minn., i S the otherday. That separated 3Kxae3KosBeKa& it, all right. : V Papkr Our New Serial! 1 - ban on American- - movies. Seems to us that they attempted something like that at Chateau-- , Tbicrzy, 'tt al. A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky - Columbia, Ky. Adair County News $1.50 i r 'iS ..? tjf -- r j. '' .?-- ' ,' "uC - - fL - 5C 1.-- ,.- &Ste&ili&fy At Gdiameiai V Qfr -v gTUjMllif? ;gfrti&awptt: men in M'J&m 4WI&MPMW States is 1;8I9;272. The total of all the cities would show many more thousands. When the labor situation is as above stated in this country, is it not' time to stop foreign immigration at least for awhile? It is the dutp of the United States to take care of her own subjects first. , a '3zJj&t?te - '' r -- s "v . .' . . J. : "" I ' "!i r''.-- j. - . , HMsj.bi-otij- -SJ At..tl?iBJ)JceJduJnf,UMi,' Havana Cuba claims the disMr. H. J. Conover had the tinction of-- having-- solved :the misfortune to loose a nice milk problem of cheap transportation cow recently. more satisfactorily than any cth! An infant child of Mr; and ercity. ,, ,. Mrs. Mont Wilson was buried-- at Operating within a territory this place during the holidays. whose territory whose radius is Miss Iva Holladay and Miss little greater than a mile, eight Thelma Burton left the first of thousand Ford automobiles Carry the month to attend school at one or two persons between any Berea, Ky. two points in Jthe circle for twen-tJoppa. cents.. Under no speed the drivers are left to their own fate, rushing back and The health of the community forth through the. streets,, but is better at this time. their feet and? hands: have be-- j ." MrsV Clara Young is better at come so- highly developed that this, writing. they can swerve "out7 of one Miss Ella Bogal, who has been another's way more a&ptiyfan with3Charli6 Young's wife, will can be imagined. -, return home soon. Besides, fACubanx upholsterers, ? Miss Katheririe Willis, lef t a have transformed the v;Ford) fewrdays ago for CampDells-ville.'t- o a Mahogany jrepIacesthe-Tnetalof enter college? the toureanu, whipcord for thei Mr. Isaac Willan visited Mr. body upholstery, fancy carpet G. E. Powell last Sunday. for the floor, and many colored i it Mrs. Fannie Montgomery, who In a leather for- the seats". BingilPcar'may'be seen fi ve'lorsi'x has been feeble ,alli winter, is , i . -- . N.-i--i i -i ,- tl i 'i j n.o ', r i ; -. - t.m . rJrtBrSW"" ' v.-,. fi M.'-- .: ,.u.ii $M,t i SI1S ? tr :? zm- .J af'!!'".,.i.' i -- 'KeMOcky- E.MURRELL, VMS. OXISr HAMLETT. Dt QBifcMfiatwfptpw 0lT0ft -'- ... .... itzAr . - AUt.1 KW - m 1 '" ( -- - Mgr De'B v& .hr;:. vi - dtTetrf is tferisttrMt ! ef Aijair tfe04t7afCGWd tts tad adlelBlBZ eoBBttcs. stored at the ColumbaVPost-offic- e mill Batter. as, second May all the citizens of Adair County fiave Health, Happiness and Prosperity, during ihe year of ;. Pt :,l- 1921, is the wish otthe'T. & Dr. H. C. winnes, who was a St&te Veterinary Surgeon, has. WEDN.JM. 19. 1921. been indicted for the murder of -,Q Mips Lura Parsons, Pine Mount'te'ub'scription PrIceIlslian2ndP0sUl Zone .UOperjrer- ain Settlement School teacher, in 2ndB$2.66 perfyear All Zonesfcej-onHarlan County. The doctor is . A.y.nbscrlptlon dye and Payablelin Advance the last man seen with the young u lady, and other circumstances inneuncements. km: are very unfavorable for him. He'isheld in the sum of"$ 10,000 For Sheriff. and his trial will be held in a few r tjH lis t to announce that weeks. We are authorized . y limi-tatipn- s, .V- " - STATEMENT RESOURCES :.' - C,iid Janura'ry, 1st. . 192U & &sT) - Loans and Discounts 4 I- Bonds. .. . ,..38,764.08 Cash on Hand and Due trom Banb. ?rs 80.042.67 .,' Cash and Cash Items '....' 1,628.93 Banking House, Furnilure and Fxtures . . ..'".. . .9,85 0.00. . otal -- . . $51 0,0o4 2 1 .... .'.;.............,.. .,,..,... ..6:i;n.$32;9,778.44 W. B. Patteson is a candidate for :heTiff of- 'Adair county, subject to who Automobile employees, ;tbe action jot the Republican party, have been out of the shops in August primary. expressed e at-th- LIABILITIES Capital Stock . Surplus Individual Deposits- -, Undivided Profits Less Expenses -- -- 1 J ....a; iM irfcr ....,-25,000.00 ; . $1000,000100 B For County Judge arVauthorized to announce Geo T. Herriford a candidate for Judge of tht- Adiir County Court, subject to ' the. actios of the Republican . primary Au- helD " '.to.1 ...ha ? the first Saturdav in :'t gust. "We -9 For Sheriff. ' T.2 'After talking with many friends, I hive decided to become a Candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to'the action of the Republican party at the primary election to be held on .August 6th, 1921. I prom-i- s faithful service in the performance '; duties, I shall feel deeply grateful to' all who may see proper to give me their support and influence. .i' ;. . ."Very Truly Yours, George Coffey. ..; .. of my ' tfoB" County court clerk. We are authorized to announce Mr. Bingham Moore a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, sub ject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the primary, first Saturday in August. -- 'It is now Gov. Warren T. Mc-Gra- y, of Indiana. 'A fifty thousand dollar fire at Murray last week t Mr. Harding thinks the size of the navy should be diminished. Up to last Tuesday TCentucky had contributed $75,000 to the European relief fund. It begins to look as if the to- bacco growers will eventually win put, and they should. Detroit; Mich., for a month, are again being put to work at the fate of $000 a wiek? AbputOj 000 were dissmissid; s' It liOw 15 looks like thef fabrilgT:wIirbe ainerenc snaaesoi leather. running" ttieir fuiltfimem "a few " " ImpofUht Topics weeks. Quite a BBmblrW men whose oml'tfein 5the A variety :of subjects, all lookcounty-- , ing to the betterment of i,,.the jCjsq-teseisrX"1 schools Detroit. of the State, has 'been .. - ..'Z. .j..".te:T L provided dorrdjscus8ion at the rr, president elecfeHardiirgr? has bf the County conference finally decided .ion six members Schools to be held are Charles of his cabinet--The- y at Frankfort, Januaay, E.Hughes, New York, Secretary The tentative program, arrang-e-d of State; Charles G. Dawes, by State Superintendenj; Geo. Secretary of Treasurer; Colvin, has been sent to county Harry Dougherty, of Ohio, Atsuperintendents with requests torney General; Will H. Hayes, for suggestions. Indiana,. Postmaster General; President Frank L. McVtey, of Henry C. Wallace, Iowa,. Secrethe University of Kentucky, and tary of Agriculture; John W Gov. Morrow will" sp'eak he Weeks, Massachusetts, SecreGovenor will welcome the supertary of War or Navy. intendents on January 24', and Dr. McVey will peak on "How The Commercial Club of LebCan We Help The University and anon have taken the proper steps How1 the University Can Help to head off yeggmen. The Club Us." has appointed a committee of five Subjects to be discussed into select the services of one hunclude powers and duties of dred pood men, who are to arm county boards; duties and tenure themselves and be ready day or office of local trustees under of night to answer a call from the the new law; qualification, apfire bell should an attempt be pointment and assignment, of made to rob either of her two teachers; qualifications of county banks or business houses. There superintendents; operation of were twenty-fiv- e men present the attendencelaw; qualifications who signed and are ready for of th6 attendance officers; salary; duty. The slogan df the club advisability of one date for openwill be"Fill the Graveyard Not ing anq,closing all schools of each The Jails." This move was county; forms' and records for taken on account of the recent teachers and boards; vocational attempt to rob the Bank of Codepartment in each county high lumbia, s school; emergency schools for have'-beenWoyedat 380467.90 ,. j k . A Other liabilities 1 ok' .t , ' betters ' " ' ' ; 'i--4: ? iCfe 850.43 3,745.79 .t.a MJ"$A1PJ064.1 2 AdministratorTrustee f.C avrvrsJ j a4 .aj '.-hogs from Isaec. Willanv, this n't jiis. Wl?cnjyiu.Vpte.your-will- , name.the Bank of Columbia as your Executory Aj week. Erice eS SW lbe estate, which vjrouJedve. will be protected for ones. '" Ivan Cabbell is in school at L. riq'F. s. .' r St. .- Mf.'Roflin Poweir'Bougfif "two -; . -- The Bank -- of Columbia is authorized to act as Executor, any other fiduciary capacity. Ji.'-.:- .' & d -. . ? :. s: J per-lb.rS- cr " .&- J W. T. S. , this term. Mr. Art ,,f sii OFFICERS Jones, President James G.arnett, Vice President J. O.JjJusselI, Director ..-- 3" -- - Hurtisvisitingfriends ' ',J ' and relatives here. TKe'&fnlacVne'on the George Powell farm, is running contin' ually. Lucian Blair, Lambert Willan and Robert M. Cabbell attended Powell Bros., sale James Young will move Vear Fairplay in a few days. last-wee- Super-intfendepf- of sf JnogcWcFlowers, Cashier JcvwKriifiey, Ass'l Cashie 24-2- 5. Rollinr Hurt, Director F. P. HiU, Director. )X.,S. Hmdman, Director -- &! e,x " riv' . ol u RECORDS! Edison ..- RECORDS! We Carry a Full Stock of Edison and Paramount Records at All Times. . RJKCSORDI Paramount Victor Columbia. Gradyville. Ky. Jan. Mr J. E. Murrell,, Columbia, Ky., My Dear Friend, 12, 1921. We are Agents for Enclosed please to find check $1.50 for renewal to the News, please to give me credit for same. Am always glad when you write a good piece, in the paper of the old dayp and old friends we both knew and loved, but most of them have crossed the River and my own tired feet are closely pressing the brink. The beautiful Home Over There is almost in sight. Please to re member me when I'm gone. Your faithful friend, C. H. Yates. . The 4w E6i 0R The Phonograph Wifh Soul Be Sure You Hear The WeW HEdiscm f s ' "jf ryx Z- - sK At Our Store Buying. Before " RTJSSELL & TAYLOR. There is nothing certain as to Under the proper heading it whtf will make up Mr. Harding's cabinet. Guesses are numerous. will be seen that Mr. Bingham Moore, of the Cane Valley Tliere was a destructive fire in is announced as a candidate retail district, on Main street for County Court Clerks of the lixjngton, last; Tuesday. The Adair County, subject to the loss ran up into the thousands action of the Republican party. Mr. Moore is a son of the late Dr. Mr. Harding, the president C. D. Moore, who was a leading elect will be. inaugurated with Republican from the time the verysimple ceremonies. There party was organized, until his wnTbe no inaugural ball if Mr. death which occurred a few 'Harding has his way. years ago. His principles were - We want the people who visit instilled into his sons, and they Louisville to know that the have been steadfast since they watchful (?) police force of --the commenced voting. Bingham, " city have their dragnets spread. the candidate, is a very excellent young man, popular with , every2sTow, if the police will sprinkle body who knows him, and is well salt on the backs of the crooks they might run a few into the qualified for the position he seeks. He stands "high with his -- ' . net. home people which is an asset Preaident Wilson will accom- that any citizen should feel pany Mr. Harding to the Capitol prQud. Mr. Moore possesses on the day of the inauguration of a very genial disposition, and the latter as President of the before the primary he will see United States. It will also be every yoter in Adair county. In Mr. Wilton's last visit to the Capital ae Preaident of the Unit- - the meantime he ask his friends to tyecome active. ad State. --- colored children; scholarship and certification of high school teach- pre-cin- ct ers; basis for aqcrediting. high schools; relation, of county super intendent to graded schools; standardization of rural schools; how best to get fewer and better schools; correspondence courses in teacher training and others. -- Roy. On January, 1, the death angel its best citizens and the family Mr. Ezra Jones and family, it,' a devqted husband and father. who have been in Illinois for the past year, hVve returned to Ken- The following resolutions were Resolved, That we his Masonpassed by Glensfork Lodge, No. ic brothers extend to the family tucky to make it their future our heartfelt sympathy and com- home. ; v 528, Glensfork.. Kyi": mend them fo Him who alone Mrs. 'Ermine Jefferies and Whereas.the death angel visitcan comfort them in their hour daughter, Alma, "" of Liberty, ed our Lodge and called from laof bereavement. have mdvecf to their new home bor to refreshment our beloved Resolved, That a copy of these at this place. brother, James W. Marshall, on January i, 1921. Bro. Marshall resolutions be sent to the county Mr. W.;?H. Lemmon and fam papers for publication and. also ily have moved from this place was born January 10, 1863. Afr spread upon our Minute book of to Campbellsville. ter spending 57 years here in the Tribute of Respect. land of sunshine and shadow, he was called to his reward. Born in Adair Co., where he spent his youth and manhood and was just passing the meridian of life, when he was called up higher. Bro. Marshall was initiated, passed and raised in Glensfork Lodge. No. 528, and was an ardent and devout "Mason. He was a devout member of the Methodist church, a leader in Sunday school and a promoter of every good movement in his community. our Lodge. J. W. Jones, visited our neighborhood and victim Mr. and claimed William Tucker. He was twenty five years old and had been in declining health for some time. He leaves a wife, mother, several brothers and sister?, and many friends to mourn their loss. for-"it- s Hi K. Taylor, . Committee. Mr. W. R. Lyon and wife of Campbellsville, were visiting at Mr. H. F Coffey last Sunday. w Pellyton. Mrs. Leeden, H Accept HB On December 22, Mrs. Laura Simmon's dwelling and all it's contents were consumed by fire. She was away from home and the origin of the fire is not known. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill and and son, Gradyville, visited Mrs 3& of Springfield, Ill.and her aieter, Mrs. Dorsa, of New Hope, Ky., were visiting at this place last week. Messrs. Scott Campbell, Joe Jones and Lee Sanders started to school at Campbellsville, Monday. Mrs. Millie Smith, of West Vir- Resolved, Glensfork ginia, has bought the Mary E. That Lodge has lost, one of its best Lemmon farm. Consideration, members, the community one. of $3t200. g B tot 8 S Thedford's 3 g No Substitutes BLACK-DRAUGH- T B g g Vegetable g liver Medicine g Purely B rim BBB A, i;m- - -- Zj .TV V 1. - , v -- i.irri 5 far-ren- t. "Wo Cattwright, priatlf R. i Pilgrim Coffee 12i cents, 13 2b Rasner & Son. Boraerig was taktog orders I A ljttle snow fell here last Tuesday Mr. B C Monarch Coffee 20 cents'. Mrs. C. T. Browning, who lives near a few tfays ago. and Wednesday not enough to Trover .10. lbs Sugar 1.00 v One of- the most noticeable Bliss, sold In butter, "eggs, chickens Mr. E. B. Hoke, Louisville, .wasv 1n the ground. ., Russell & Co. feature's of the estimates' which Ir and turkeys during theyeax 1920 even. ' - j l" CohmWa recently. J Braid Overalls.Elk have been submitted to the pres? 8400 worth. i tylrella Reduced. Mr. L C. Lawrence, Rowena, was Harray's More. ent Congress bV the War here a few days ago. tt Columbia Taxi Line. is the large amount of I am booking my Spring" orders for Mr. C W. Smith,, Glasgow, were, .Considerable snow ..fell here laat Spirella corsets now. Easter comes money which has been asked for .... w-- I J(Pt Thursday. It was wet and did not "v. inv iicuucauat Ford Cars to and from Campbells-villeJDaily. early. Spring catalogue shows many other than purely military purMr. S. O. White wdsiiere from Rus- - stay upon the ground. Rates 81.50.each-wanew styles. A corset for every type poses. Prior to the institution sel Springs, Thursday Phone No. 62-- E or 12, or see o'f woman, made to her measure. 'What 1 have left'; of Mens and boys of the higher ideals prevalent R. L. Wethlngton, Columbia, Ky. Mr. J, C Milter, Campbellsville, Prices reduced. Satisfaction guaransiits and overcoats at cost at -n. f was here a few days ago. teed. Phone No. 142. Columbia, Ky. throughout the Army of the Hurray's. present time, practically all the Mr. O. E. West, Lebanon, was In Mrs. Geo'. E. Wilson. Mr. Luther Brockman and Miss Adair county farmers have spld but Irene Murrell, this couutywere marthe community recently. f'V , appropriations for "the Army Mr. Frank Barger,x who died in Mr. iC Y. McElroy, Lebanon, was in little tobacco, and those who have ried in Campbellsville' Tuesday of last Glinton county, last week,, last week, were for the purposes of military sold got a much lower price than last week. The ceremony was .performed Columbia a few day&ago. was known 1 6 quite a number of peo training. The Army of today is by Bev. J. L. Piercey, at the Mr. R L. Marshall, Campbellsville, year. ple about Columbia; 'He was a first no longer a organi They will probably re- cousin of Dr. F. H. and Mn M. C. was herea lew dayssince. Our shoe department is full up with zation but has developed into 'a Mr. G. W. Gihnore, who travels out dependable shoes at the new spring side at Craycraf t. WinfreyKandmany, years ago he re. Dr. TO, JF. TCBPAL Hot, fresh coasted lumbla again at ;$wws lor Co. . Dtwi Aiia. Tilt NeW'Vatae "" -" f fy -- Apprt-' T?. - he - -- of away the strength and your child; use White's Cream Vrmrr f uge. , It-- expeJs .the wormB without Injury to the child. Price 35a ScXB by Paull Drug. Co. . U Ta drive out worms that are arttog:" t Be-partm- en -- y. Herbine corrects biliousness,-indigestio- n and constipation. ltrtsra ffoer herbal medicino tnat drives oat'inac purities and restores healthy ay.dB tions In the system. Price, 60c-- SolS by Paull Drng Co. ' Tobacco Situatipn in Kentucky' 12-t- Out fulL sympathy is with the tobacco growers in Kentucky jess account of the very low price? -- they are getting-fo- r their1 crops.-I- t minls-ter'shom- e. -- K A All "persons 'hilding Warrants sided for a long time at the home . ql has enveloped within its scope of Russell & Co. against the County (General Funds) his uncle, Mr. I. C. Winfrey, this placer His remains were r met at work the educational, vocational W. T. Dohoney bought, two weeks Issued Oct 1920, and of prior dateare "Ifiere5 conveyed and moral training of the men of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dunbar, of Rus- ago, from Judge Thurman, of Spring- requested to call on me foct payment.1 Creelsboro, and from The growers, however. Fmu by Gjl&som & Patteson to Ozark, this the country, as well as the comsell Springs, were in Columbia last field, a fine male Shorthorn calf, one Interest to cease Jan. 13th, 1921. " the-sam. A. aJ: btrten? .' ' CQuntyrand there deposited by jther mercial growth and .economic understand that Bert Epperson, County Treas. week. It year old, for $150. who paid the very enormnsJy' side of his mother and brother. He 12-SOI .welfare of the Nation as a whole. Mr. T. WV ?Taylor came over from left a family. Find oat how long It win suit me to Camybeilsvilie the middle of last For these higher motives, a large high prices for tobacco, last rearplace has The mule market at this credit you. If the terms dorft suit you Our sales for 1Q20J were . by far the part, of the appropriations of the and the year before are the ones week. bden dull for' Some weeks. Mr. Sam get your credit elsewhere. Mr. W. A. Laing, Army has been, asked. !lt is due who are offering the lawer prices Burdette will.begin buying as soon as SSWftyft h!3E ' t.ry co maKeis&L anocner recora Dreat- W.I.Ingram. made a business visit to this place last the weather settles. In the las1four' the pepple.unpr whom vthe s up- - now. They are, of course, try- -' er. In a" few daysJwe'"'wiil4 be receiv- Wednesday. years he has bought and .soloon .this , port of the Army.must rest, that ing to buy the tobacco rom tie? Columbia High School Basketball an'd othi?cVmdrkete,'Umore than) InK new puchaseof.stock.in all C. R. Payne end Mr. W. J. Be. " team wenttcCampbellBville last FriVy partments; Prices will be1 the lowest they, should .know for what the growers as cheaply as thej po Payne, Burkesville, were here trie first sibly can and in a way they Mye? day night and met the team of HUssell T Arrny, appropriations are used. that cash can obtain." at'tbe-weelr- . nrr Creek Academy. The result' was 36 cut out competition in tasyss Wa can now supply you with "over-3nca-i Russell'? Co; t sa$6Jf3i5Qfeha.v,been asked for by Mr. E.'b. KinnhcrV of Red Lick for the Academy, .26 for the High parceling out the terrreoy for 25cts each We also Educational, Vocational and Mor visitd his sisers, Mts. G. T. Flowers School. have the long trousers without laces GETTING among the "Big Four". . To tJ? . and Mrs. James Menzies, recently. al TrainmyBducational trainCall afttheJao$tonrior $1.0Q. per My throughbred Jersey bull is now meet the determination of the? c Mr. B, F. Bowe was taken suddenly s ing up "an ready for service. Fee, $1.50 at' the" and see them. big buyers the growers h&?e bat? tn quite sick at his home iasfrWedrfesday T. G, Hasner;& Son? i avenue f development to meri gate. I willnot-brakthis rule-rt "1-!- andfor'afewhoui&h4?wa$4n a oneof two things to do eithejr -E- VERYOAY iz- - zg uoiumoia, .y. . who otherwise, would not fbave Jo Barbee, c; il'H 1 . i not to sell at the prices ( ifereel Columbia Ky. t the .opportunity of acquiring that Mr. Editor: Please correct a stateMr, G. T. Flowers, 'Tvho has been or to agree among themselves ment made in last issue of yonr paper Mr. Finis Rosenbaum, Hen and Women Are training which is so necessary cut out the crbp next year. confined to his room for several weeks to make them intelligent, valuasuffering with an attaclfof tonsilit, is for the three Columbia pre- in regard to sale of farm Owing to Up arid Doing Bright and We do not believe it Is ?oos3 dissatisfaction in regard to sale price, slowly recovering. during the year ble citizens of the country. Vocincts, report-tha- t c . . Early. sense to refuse to sell and to hcc the farm has ..by mutual agreement Mr. J M. Russell lias been .confined 1920 there were. 39 deaths and 89 cational training in the Army reMrs Dohoney and is been returned to the tobacco because the chances to his room since 5tfl$.' return from births. The birtbs more than doubled turns into civil life a large numnow for sale by her. BLOOD .FROM POiSON. FREE JOUR are that the "Big Four" will boy to be out when the deaths. Louisville. ber of men better fitted for the Mrs. P. W. Dohoney. enough to meet their demands 'favorable weather comes I will not iHrt your name on my new tfie Famous various "kinds of work. This has and that which is held off Take Pepto-Manga- n, We have a big supply of army laun, Mr. C. L. Allen, who lives in Aspen maretJ aca tendency to raise the standards dry bags for sale at 35 cents each. spent twojiays of last week Ledger if you don't Tiay your old Bipod Tonic Prescribed by Colorado, will likely find no purchaseis. of skilled labor only no military, The material can be used for many with his parents, Mr. and Mrs R L. count in full. Don't ask me. Physicians for 30 Years The grower is more or leas m VV. I, Ingram. organization in the world is so things Colors, white, blue and tan. Allen, and brother, 'Harry. Sluggish blood clogged with poisons hands xf the big tobacco mania-factuer- ers, Come in and see them and other big interested in the morale of its Mr.. J. J. Alexanders first trip to makes you lazy. You never feel like 'Sqnire LvtAkin,6f Sparksville, has bargains but we must remem"Columbia for the New Year was last getting up in the morning. And men as the Army of the United ber that these same buyers paia a well written article in the News T, G. Rasner & Son, week. As usual, he secured a number when you do get up, you miss that States. this week on the' School law, the t Columbia, Ky. unusually high prices last year , of orders from our merchants. feeling of refreshing rest You feel $10,000,000 have been asked teachers and pupils and the trustees, MissHartiet Willis, who makes her etc. It is full of sound sense and we It is" very noticeable that people, mdre-tir- ed than when you went to for the opening up and develop and year before- - It is .said ha& Mrs Caroline home with her sister, members of the various churches in bed. After a good nighfs sleep you ui.'e reaaun way iuc iig Sc,ul advise our patrons to read it. Jefferies, lias been quite sick for two prayer should get up with a spring, feeling ment of inland waterway routes. have divided up the territory Columbia, do not attend their This is a most important feature weeks, he is ahout83 years old. meetings, as they should, and many alive, renewed, refreshed Subscribe for T?he News. that they have been unabte & Mr. Hans Blessum of North Dakota, And you would, too, if your blood for the commercial growth of get you et keep away from churches on the SabWhen youjbuy.Shoes, the $50,000,000' necessary to Your the country. The who visited here for; two weeks, left the best. The best for the price no bath- Is this negligence upon the were full of red corpuscles economical Mr. S part of members due to non interest complexion would look fresh, your value of the transportation com- buy the Kentucky crops. for his home last Thursday. what the price may be at matter We should also bear in rarn in hearing the Word expounded? Qr eyes bright and clear; you would feel E. Shivley accompanied him as far as modities by waterway routes is Msrray's. is it because they are too indolent to the warm tingle of good health. that there is a'great deal of InLouisville. so well known as to need no comLook to your blood if you have that On the fif tli Sunday in this -- month, get ready for services? ferior tobacco this year which? Miss Amelia Dameron left last week the developing of brings little or nothing an lazy, heaving feeling in the morning. ment, and Cobin, Ky , to spend a week or ten which will be Sunday week, there will for Just Arrived. these waterway routes certainly Begin days with Mr. and Mrs.X!helcie Bar-ge- r. be an educational meeting at the bought byllocai men.. adds1 to the wealtlrof the Nation. At My new Spring samples of Dry the ideal tonic It has Oh her return she wiU come by Methodist church at 11 a. m. The very low-pric-e fortobaccc. slides goods etcTT from Mitchell & Church properties that pick you up and give night there will be a lecture-anDanvdlle and visit friends. $955,000 have been asked for when we consider r anS Co., New York. I havethem on dis- you strength. Mr. Bay Flowers returned from will be used. Everybody invited. the development of the roads inferior quality, is nearly fifty n is widely and heartily play in my home, Hancok Hotel. Call Clinton county last Wednesday. I have some customers that It is a and see them. Prices right. Phone endorsed by physicians. It" is effect- and trails of Alaska, and $212,- percent, of what is sold for last. Iieitch-el- d Monday morning he Jeft-fo- r ive, and easy to take It is prepared 434 for the maintenance of the l season. and will spend several, weeks in pleasure to credrt. Find out if it is No 142 Cable. The in both liquid and tablet form Both Washington-Alaska- n Mrs. Geo.JE. Wilson. county., Ksanvassing-GraysoW. I. ingran. We believe that the growers', ti you. properties have' the same medicinal making accessible of the vast re- have been.trving to raise Miss Mattie Bargerdaughter of The members of the Christian more Mrs. M. E Golden, who was a Miss Sold at any drug store But be sure sources of Alaska, especially the Sir. and Mrs. P. H. Barger, Joppa, Willis, a native of Adair, writes us Church, Jamestown, in token of their you than they can properly handle n 'get the genuine great store of minerals including and take care of. If we are io lefthere Saturday morning for Fal- from Winberry, Oregon,- - enclosing a appreciation of the services of Efd. "Gude's." AskTor it by the full name wfcere she had been enmouth, Ky , tobacco, we should safe' eheck for two dollars, saying: Keep H. B Gwinn, their pastor, presented "Gude's is on the an almost inexhaustible 'supply raise gaged to teach. She Is a tffle young 'the "Nevis coming to my address. I him Christmas with a $40 00 purse. package. Advertisement. of coal, is an undertaking wor raise so much as we can propexJy e lady, and very competent. They also remembered Mrs. Gwinn by at the propel .cannot do without my old home paper. thy the approval of-- everybody. cultivate Ind. family Mr. J. V. White sold his giving her five dollars and trending to Mr. Orbie Branham, Pjomney, time. Either raisfr good. tohicccy The large amount of money or raise none. We Have a good assortment of mens the home many good things for table mare last Monday for $100. , who visited relatives in the Breeding spent by the Army to produce We would also repeat the on his homeward and Boys suits and overeoats custom use section, started sxtsr' Take a dose, of Herbine when you good living conditions for its journey last Wednesday. ilr. Bran made suits) that we are selling at to gestion made before the opening Alot more goods' just arrived,?on-derfu- l are bilious or constipated, or your ham is a native of Adair Cobnty, lead- day's manufacturers prices. men which instill into them hab- of the season-- , to put only ther bargains. Come and look up stomach is out of order. It is a marRussell &, Co. with his parents, when a child, ing best half of tne crop on the mar"your needs Work jackets 50c each vel of promptness in correcting these its of regularity and cleanliness for Indiana. Tne Campbellsville High School while they last. Overseas"capg;2ec conditions Price, JOc Sold by Paul! conducive to good health and ket at present, as the infeicor grades will not bring enough Mr. Sam Murrell, son of Mr. and Basket ball team came over Friday each whTTetheylast Barrack bags Drug Co. clean intelligent manhood make Craycraft, who night and .were entertained in Ihe justify hauling them to markat., Mrs S. H. Murrel'i 35c each while thevfast. Many ' more Mr. Jo Hurt came In last Monday it a very important factor in the Elizabeth town News.- for the past sever- Liodse-Wilso- n Gym. At the conclu- bargains. has been in Illinois f Sunday" night. sion of the contest the score stood, 46 and Tuesday he and his mother left promoting of the physical and al yeiSj arrived last 13 2t T. . Rasner & Son. for Lebanon, the latter to remain intellectual development of the been here for some for Lindsey-Wilso26 for the visitors. Ifcis wife had fiajlness Phono'ECA R Res. Phono will reNation. weeks. Mr. ahd Mrs. Murrell At regular annual meeting of the several months, " if your children need school books Stockholder of Flwt National Bank, turn to Illinois in about ten days From these few facts gleaned' Aching joints, rheumatic pains, N .and school supplies give them the cash Columbia, Ky., same Board of Direct- neuralgia, can be relieved quickly by a rora the estimates presented by 'of ors that have managed the affairs rubbing application of Ballard's Snow the War Department, it can Wheat Is coming out andjat this .to pay for them, i do nofseH them of years were Liniment. the bank for a number -en time.-It is a powerful penetrat- readily be seen that the object of DENTISTlime it is looking thrifty. W. I.iHgram. E. H. Hughes was made ing remedy. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and .the Army appropriations is not t, cashier, Brnce Montgomery, assistant $1 20 per bottle. Sold' by Paull Drug destructiveness alone but carries -' Spring Dress GnghapsrilsWdard .Friday forenooruMrs. J. G.JDu-ban- cashier, and Miss Leonora Lowe, book Last witnita higher aim. of , Co. hraads 80 cents pe yani' - Russell & Co. while passing-ovethe pave-me- keeper Braxton Hassle remains presOffice;; Front Rooms Jeffries BTcfe. I and development. on the Eaet'side of the square, ident and H. N. Miller Vice Presi - D Patterson has been ill for By this expansion in purpose and Mr. Authould be fell and wastionsiderablyhjirt, bufno dent. "The assets and business of this several days. work, the Army ceases to be a .lU&STAIRS A bad Woupdburijor and .bones broken. The concrete at this. bank have grown rapidly from, its be dad weight reatiag upon the of dirt or impurities jF 7 The selection of Hughes for people, waitiag for" years to be wjth Liquid B$hww. It particular place is yeVy suck ia oraij ginning. COLUMBIA, ICY gecreUry of State Knox P,hilan speed. naryweather, bat Umtb was some hMte'Uw fleh wfch HarwJdifc of usefulness , but is real live iis careful GIVE US THAT NEXT-JO- B. derwit of a chance for that port undertaking of everyday value. afie aod fl.0. Sold by seeb that moraiacimiuirrng te walking !ofB)ftmmto stand up. folio. OUR WORK IS -j jr prices. I trip-to-tbis of Richmond"1, was here a few days ago Mr. S.'A. "Noe.Lebanon isadeabusl place-las- t Thursday. ness .,'.' 2 -- one-purpo- se great national institution which is especially Eard on thelrV because the high costfof labor antS materials made the crop that is? now on or ready for the market; cost more to produce than eyCr before. ,. .t M e -- '...? -- -- Wl s0 a t , ps I A r.finnTHRT v.- - imthe-fg&rmypen- e critical-co- ndition, -- ll-3- -- vital-statistic- ian Red-Blood- tc ed -- ,a He-hope- s tie 12-2- be-sur- e Isr-only taking Pepto-Manga- n blood-buildin- g its-weig- Pepto-Manga- -- O n Pepto-Manga- Peptjo-Mangan- ," and-hous- -- N to n, f S G-- 13-- B. Dr. J. Murrell -- . ' k, r nt dri clMd -- w i PoilIfO?' - UP-TO-DAT- E- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS nlbel Devon to his side, and, when he had clasped the Jewels around her . neck, he lifted her face and kissed Tony glanced' up at him wonderlng-lyHe appeared solemnly sober and her. "There, little daughter 1" His voice looked as If he ba.dn't slept Continued from Page g. 4 iFta 4 1 EHHSBK-i- l icnir-- took poor little me Into your home,' iTonv. doublv so because you're tng them." she asserted. "Oh," ,. she exulted, "how happy I H's liand fell lovingly npou her am! . . It isn't the pearls, though In benediction. carfv head as Tliey both lapsed Into a long though they're simply great, but it's sllonce, the glrlis dreamy eyes fixed tliat I have some real people." She on space, and the man gazing atlier turned a flushed and radiant face to each man. 'Somebody" that's. my very shin'pg head. "Tony," he ejaculated at length. own. My mother's dead, and my faTNre was something In ,hls voice as ther"' J i' pronounced her name that dls- "Is In prison," snapped Mrs. Curtis, mI her revery Instantly. vindictively., "I'm wondering what "Yes," she breathed. "Yes, what is he'll say to all this when he comes wear- K dadi LiwteQ9M3.!W j:ks0;.venxs whenvou ,;rt?srn over two - ""..' ncro Mse?.oti02s quereamawreeungsMMWieni:)H, 50n Mfift.''f IIjey you beat her, won't you. Ry?" Heg-gl-e Inquired tauntingly. "How're you going to get your hands on her? Tell me that, will you?" "Yep. Mr. Mealy-moutI will; thrust back Devon. "We got to h, II r ' : ill i i wfeifmecn1gf'd,rSuggestivi lyWliat's left ofnef "when I'm lone1 "- - i 1 U -- ?'" home." " .J--"- and "Well, I never," dropped from Katherine. , "And," wen't on Doctor Paul, Contractors, builders, collectors, solicitors, physicians all find the for he knew the barbs that "Once, as you know," went on the were being thrust into the souls of his Ford Coupe the most convenient as well as the most economical iWvfo'r, "I had .a little girl of my own, two cousins. "I'm going to change my I'ut the years have been so long and will in favor of my new daughter among motoFcars. Lowest in purchase price, lowest in operating costs, s. many since he was taken away, here" and backed by Ford Service organization-coupl- ed with the durability I. feel I shan't have her ngatn In this "And I mine In favor of our young V npld." of the cat itself these furnish the reasons for the Ford popularity. SaTvattQQ Army captain who is going Tony's dark head dropped against to marry my new niece," chuckled Irs knee in silent sympathy. Doctor John. "I guess that's, all we Let us send you a copy of "Ford A Business Utility." tells . IV111II trnn tl.tr.1. ....- uuiu juu iiiiutt ui mu ua $jui La have to say, Paul." lrT. dear?" he said after an emotionwhat other concerns have learned about the Ford in business service. In silence Katherine and Mrs. Cur. al tis faded from the' room, carrying But, better still, let us have your order today. The demand keeps "Tin not fit for that," sighed Tony. with them bitter humiliation and 1 "No. no, not that. I come from peo--P nursing outraged feelings. growing. Orders are filled in the order that they are recieved and who are not your kind. Cousin "It's all your fault, mamma," scoldour allotment is limited a specified number each month. !' J. You know that! Everybody ed Katherine, bursting Into tears when ;! Then I'm not so good as you Uiey were in the seclusion of their own ,t-- p'i I am. i wept " v vs told youFirst of all I haven't al- apartments. "You've whined-an-d John's the truth." jourself right out of Cousin "Jo my brother told mo," remarked life, that's what you've done. God, I Paul. "Long ago he took me how I hated that girl when I saw CarINCORPORATED In:o his confidence about the poison In oline's pearls around her neck I" COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. iiy medicine. I've welched you for "What are you doing now?" thrust years, Tony, and it seems to me back her mother. "Aren't you crying t'o I know every secret of your soul. t 'it as. if your heart would break? I tell I'm sure you love me, dear child. Pm you tears " going to adopt you legally for my "Oh Xordy, tears ! What good do daughter. After this I'm your father, they do?" came sharply. "Here we nnd I give warning to my Captain are without a future, without a home! grinned Reggie, turning to his mother. MacCauley that If he tries to take you That Interloper will see we go the "You'll have to cough up. . . . from me, he's going to have some fight moment Paul gets out those papers I Now, for God's sake don't cry I Dig I" on his hands. From now on,- I'm not Oh, what shall we do?" "I'll need the whole five thousand Oiusln Paul. I am what?" "I wish that man her father, 1 to get 'er away, and to keep 'er after "Sly father," gulped Tony. "It mean was out of jail," mused Mrs. KI get 'er. She'd come streakin' back seems as If I couldn't stand so much Curtis. -- "1 really believe he could do , if I don't rope 'er up.' happiness. And If you're my father, something, Katie. Perhaps, Reggie" "I'll get the money for you tomor" that makes Cousin John Katherine wiped her eyes with a row," sighed Mrs. Curtis, wiping her "Your uncle," laughed a voice from sudden movement eyes, "and you mustn't come here the door. "So Paul has told you, has "Mamma, why don't you send for when my cousins are home." he, little girl? Well, Tony, you Reggie?" she- - questioned. "Now, lisinto silence and then added: wouldn't have slept a- wink one night ten to me. Reggie confided In me "I swarn you against against Philip ff you'd heard our argument about before he left that he really was fond MacCauley too." you. We spent several hours .wran- of Oh, mamma, I've that girl, and if gling which of us should adopt you. I thought oi' a wonderful thing. Send Mrs. Curtis had been all eyes and s:ld I should because I saw you first, for Reggie, shove the girl under his ears for even the slightest happening wl Paul " In the Pendlehaven 'home, since she nose every minute. Let him cut Philip "Has the prior right because you out "' had almost stripped her jewel-bo- x Rived me, Tony," interrupted Paul. and Kntherlne's to get the money "And perhaps have my son marry "Now I think the family had better Tony's father demanded. Now s"Be that thing," objected the mother curtly. kr-iof our changed arrangements." thing, as you please to call had It tucked away, ready to deliver "That Paul Peinllehaven ared as spdkes-n'-- n Tony Devon, is one of the prettiest It, but as the time went by nnd she when Curtis r.::1 her daugh-tr- and richest young women In this counhad no chance to send for Uriah to Katherhif. had been summoned to ty" Katherine snapped back. "She's come for his daughter, she began to Jk- the library' "e told them very grave- heiress to the Pendlehavens. and en- "Ry Says the Only Way Is to Kidnap give up hope that tire house would Her Bodily." ly that h's his will now stood, his gaged ever be rid of the presence which was to be married to a man who brother, John, nnd his cousin, Sarah, owns half the town. Thing, eh? Well, Ry says the- only way is to kidnap her a constant thorn in her flesh. But it v"e the beneficiaries of it Mrs. Cur-t- ! I think she's" a little higher up In the bodiiyand force her to marry the does seem that sooner or later Fate smiled at him and arranged the farthest-reachin- g plays the lucky cards Into the hiinds man he promised her to," the boy exworld at this moment tlian my ruffles around her neck. you want my opinplained. ''What do you think of of the undeserving, and so It hapReggie, If 'You've always been most genereconomy. pened in the case of the conspirators .that?" ion." ous, Paul dear," she simpered, against Tonnlbel Devon. Like all saves "Paul would kill him," gasped Mrs. the most economical leavening agent. That night an urgent message from . "Bui now," went on the doctor, pay-fc- c things waited for, the opportunity the frantic mother traveled by wire Curtis, her eyes taking on an expresin more waysrand makes more important savno heed to the lady's remark, "our came one day while the family was at Reginald Curtis, summoning him sion of fear. household's going to have a mistress." to baking powders. ings than most-oth- er ,, "HeMvon't have : chance If Devon dinner. vKathrIne lifted her chin Nfroin the home. Philip MacCauley entered In great present scheme," reout-h- is works palm of her hand, and Mrs. Curtis You save when you buy plied Heggle, "but you and Kathle excitement CHAPTER XV. sralchi"nei! ':p. Were her ambitions , "You look as If youhad swallowed have to help us." moderate it leaves you money over the cost of golng i he realized after all? Was In the terror that overtook Her, the sun. my dear lad," smiled Doctor The Last Card. ' -o high-price- d put her In It Paul vvho was going-tbrands for purchase of other articles. Paul. One-d- ay Mrs. Curtis shook her TieadJ some weeks later, Regi' t"ev rixliful place? The smile broad- Costs but little more than cheap powders far more "I've got to go away," flushed the "I don't want anything to do with nald Brown walked rapidly along the :ied oj. her lips, and she sank back ." go alone." "and I valuable in quality. boulevard past the row of squatter it." she objected, wobblinc 4n teara boy, laughing,meaningly won't Tonnlbel. xrtL a 1'i.ppy sigh. She had to ajlC at gazed He sharVc n had received word that "We'd lose our home. Paul and John "Pardon my rushing In this way, but You save when you use Possesses mlt Cousin Paul looked very hand- - Uriah Devon released from prison, would' turn us out They've threatbut I want Tony to go with me." some, yes, eren handsomer than Cou- - would anchor the Dirty 3Iary near ened to many a time!"- , more than the ordinary raising force you use Mrs. Curtis flashed him a dark look. - sin John. What a fool she had been the Hoghole In her accustomed place. "Well, when I assure you our beHe rarely paid her, or her frowning Devon was on deck when Brown only half as much as is ordinarily required.. ..not to have caught him sooner.. loved cousins won't know anything daughter, any attention nowadays,, so woman you put at the head of ran up the gangplank. tz"' . "The about It, not even after it's over, You save materials it is used with. Calumet he did not notice that a pallor settled "So you came, old top," was Uriah's won't you tryto help us?" queried the your home will be most fortunate and on Katherine's face, or that her fork greeting. "It's good you did; I want young man. "Now, if It goes through " happy, dear Paul,' she murmured. never fails with any kind of recipe or with any ,. i fell from her limp Angers to the plate hope so," returned Pendlelrcven, Lto know what's doln'." kind of flour always produces perfectly raised, de"I all rlghtr you catch Cousin John on The mother saw her daughter's mental came to the" door of the flie rebound, and Kathle'd be sure to and Doctor John pulled at the corners licious bakings. n distress, however, and studied the cabin and peered out. "When she saw rope In Phil." Df his mouth to keep back a malicious ; notice a great difference when you use Calumet young man's face, groaning to herself. You'll the newcomer, she scowled and went '& ,grin. "What joy that would be!" ejacugrown so manly and handsome d back. Calumet produces light, sweet, wholesome, flaky bak-"Vm RolnS to adopt Tony Devon" it?" lated Mrs. Curtis. "What about In the past two years, and he was T'I thought you said she was dead," You will notice with some of the cheaper , ings. Jig - - 'Doctor Paul had only time enough to Then Reggie told her, In very low the one person she desired for her when Mrs. Cur commented Reggie, with a wag of his tones, the plan they had concocted. ni:ike th.'s statement brands the bakings are soggy, heavy, dark in color, He was rich, too, which only head toward the spot where the womKatliie," he tis jumped to her feet and sometimes have a bitter taste. "You talk It over with "". added to his attractiveness. "You couldn't do that!" she cried. an had stood. Used by leading advised, lighting a cigarette, "and "You might explain a little more "Well, .she ain't! Worse luck!" you'll have to see Devon about the--; 'That would be wicked, Paul, abso-- , chefs and domesmy boy," Doctor John spoke up in a lulely Avicked! Oh God, don't do growled Uriah. "I told that to the money." tic scientists, and deep voice. kid to make her feel bad. Ede was . that!" 'Til get It for him if I have to sell by more houselaugh fell from An embarrassed Without heeding in the slightest his willing to be dead for a while, any-"" my jewels and 'Kathle's too,'.' prom- wives than any Philip's Jlps. l cousin's bitter, ejaculation, Paul Pen- - how. What's the news of Tony?" Tlsed the woman, her eyes sparkling In I "'im ' Mil other bran&Made "There isn't any secret about It," "Oh, she's a' lady now," answered anticipation. "I'll go and tell her dleh&veo picked up a bos that lay at he answered." "I'm going abroad for the world's "The Pendle right away." ceremony he i Reggie, sarcastically. his elbow, With much Ii the Salvation Army for a year, longer largest and finest . opened it and took out an exquisite havens have sent her to school ever Meanwhile, all "unconscious perhaps, and .It would be too muchto since you went away. My mother"tells Uriah Devon had been released from baking powder -- pe;irl necklace. me to go all by myself." plants. "1 do not need to remind any of me .Paul Pendlehaven's going to adopt prison and ,was conspiring against ask Doctor Lines appeared between yr ." he saitl. turning his eyes from her. And what do you think else?" htr, Tonnlbel .Devon- - was entering day nau brows. At last A he demanded. heart and-- 5 soul into the Salvation Paul's when he must givethe the girl ,bK brother to his two white-face- d up come "I dunno," grunted the other. "Good Army work with Philip. Each evecousins, "that these belonged to my trial proves who had taken a rare place among dear wife. I have always considered God ! Don't sit there tearin jne to ning she went with him to headquarheld' dearest. He noticed those "he . them tlje properly of Jier daughter pieces with curiosity. Fire ahead, ters where her fresh, young voice and 15' with a quieksigh that Tony's eyes and tell me." drew many a poor soul her kindliness ton. That Is the reason, Katberine, deepened softly, and her red lips were re- -' for comfort and courage. wl.y Ve always refused your .request j "She's copped Phil MacCauley." parted in aN'le. One week "after Reginald Curtis to wear them. But now 1 have a ' turned Reginald "Ithaca's snob of a. . "It'll hurry BP our marriage a liteyes Salvation Army captain, the fellow had confided his secret to' his mothdaughter." He turned smiling tle," Philip confinued, "butt-bu- t' day, er, and she had told It over again In ! who threw me in the lake that a nt.on TnnnHiei "T shnll nllow her to 16 oz. Law The sound of a cfca'r scraping back wear them whenever" she wishes, and and he's as rich as the Pendlehavens whispers to Katherine, at au hour from the, table broke off his, stateA pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. when the Pendlehaven brothers were lf If her lost sister Isn't found, then Put together." ment. - they are hers hers forever." "Well, he won't get 'er' asserted absent, Uriah Devo& eame quietly to Some baking powders come in 12 oz. cans .4 infr Wicaincr iirenth hrnk fmm Uriah, sharply. 'Tve told you the the house. Reggie "met h"lm and took, TO BE CONTINUED. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you get a pound girl's rich too. Her" father's got him Immediately to Mrs. Curtis' room. -- Sarah Curtis, and a. gasp came from ra"oney to burn." ifriah paused embarrassedly .before , when you want Katherine. "A lot of good that'll do you, Ry," ber, made a curt bow and twisted his agept for 'I couldrft wear them," Tony got t .H.'S. Cay wood, sneered Reggie. "She wouldn't look atH cap between his fingers r but al length, T simply couldn't" you and Edith. Youtren't likes of "Sit down, Ry," invited- - Reggie. Swift & Co., "bought of D. G. -' "Not to' please me, your father, theher class any more." in " "Now "tell my mother how you are goWatch For Our New Serial Tonnibel?" demanded Paul, almost Taylor, in Bourbon, seven carj' "Ain't I so?" queried Devon, ing to carry this thing out' , ' rbrusquely. .;.. a Uriah sat on the edge of a chair. now imrtft?" lauehed groucmiy. "X reckon her Hide ain't no loads of 1,400 pound fat cattle .tougher nor. thicker . it used to be. goin"I anything, or tell . ', i u""ui ",n whv. hoiv. little sAtV rii tnump" a u out or 'er once or what ain't goin' o for a price of from $9 to $9.60. tlll- -I gtttoe I'm, j? 'b(v reached out and took To&atbeVa twice; ni show er jvhat class she's money," he said crisply. 'Tye.gof to, The.cattle were shipped to New I hand, "don't look as if you'd lost your s have five thousand "dollars irsti"" ' ?;;. -- In.", fc last friend 1" Vnrlc, . p in The News, soon 'TCpu'llliave to; jeatch her" before '"Five- - thousand dollRrs.d-'Iady,- " " .,., " '. Then "Paul. Pendlehaven drew Ton&L'. li-ly. Pcndlehaven cleared his throat. r "I would never have believed that 'rniiyone could have wormed her way Into my heart as you have," be told her. 'How would how would you like me for your father?" Tony tried to speak but, seeing he il something else to add, waited -- "His opinion won't make any difference to us;" Paul Pendlehaven stated coolly. "He has forfeited everyright to any claim on Tony." .'Hideous!" exclaimed Mrs. Curtis, - slli-nce- t'-- - ""-t- or with ''er '11 marry you all right That over, I'll tell 'er who she. Is, provldin' you promise to halve up the stuff with me," "I did promise you once, didn't I?" asked Reggie, sulkily. "Of course, I "will, but what's the use of dreaming? The Pendlehavens're .too much for us. Now that Paul's well, he and John are a big team, and they worship the ground that girl walks on. You're biting off more'n you can chew, Ry. You aren't any too strong, you know. A prison record doesn't help any." Uriah grunted and followed a ring of smoke with his frowning eyes. "She's my girl," he said at lengthy "and I'm goin' to have 'er." "I thought you said she wasn't," put in Reggie, suspiciously. "Well, she donV know that does she?" Devon retorted. "Nobody knows but you and Ede, besides me." "She's a beauty," sighed Reggie, his voice lowered to a growl. "I'd marry herjf she didn't have a cent." "You don't need to make any such sacrifice, old horse," said Devon. "Your eyes will bung out of your head when you hear her name." . Reginald argued he should know who the girl was before he married her, but "Uriah wouldn't give up his secret. Indeed, he unfolded to the prospective husband how he planned to captuje. Tonnlbeh; and sent Reggie away convinced, red hot to perform his part In the scheme. At last, he was to 'have the girl he wanted and money too. Reggie apThe next morning proached his mother with an air of secrecy. "A minute, mater,'--' he said softly. "Just a minute! I've seen Tony Devon's father. There! Now sit down, old lady, while I tell you something. - THE UNIVERSAL CAR THE EOED COUPE the Salesman's car Ford THE boughtCoupe issurelyby firms employing every year Thousands of them, traveling salesmen. Many firms buy fifty or one' hundred at a time, because they know, from experience, that the Ford Coupe increases the efficiency .of the salesmen at a minimum of expense. K2 It The Buchanan - Lyon Co. -- - She-relaps- ed - -- r . M-- r, - CALUMET Calumet possesses the baking powder It !! half-brothe- r, It is i it The price is - -- ,- " .- tt v- " ' He-ha- son-in-la- "'- yg-j- in " . Bestbytest , it I l ssggss 1 -- The Savs to Pound - - it ri,. t.,. - to-d- to-d- o, ii Ihc Valley of The Giants Start -v .. j 3 r 1 tjf ' St' A' X. S ,. T' .- -- - r :" .. i- - " ADAIR COUNT NS VS .. a -- glVlTOIiW '?I'. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. -- UnckWaite UnckWafe Unclcfelte " SpoiV: WaMVkWKJZ. SSl XX SURE CURES CCftfiD JINGLESON says he can A GREAT HELP Also Ellwood and American Fence. w THE UNATTAINABLE about the size of a postage stamp, mat nas ueen ncning aw day, said the retired merchant, "and it has caused me more grief than the last attack of rheumatism. I can't reach it with either hand, and I-- have been backing up against every telephone pole and 'KWM aa&.-lgatepost, rubbing like a horse with the mange. A man of my social and commercial standing doesn't VARIETIES OF COURAGE ftTXERSMITH is an awful coward," hasn't as much spunk as a chipmunk. This morning I saw a man half his size twist his nose, and h never offered to defend himself. He trembled all over and was covered with a cold sweat." aapVaaaai "And yet, under other circumsXBBKak 4aBBBBBuBcBBt tances, Kersmlth might show all kinds of ci.rae." A ft MCaWJf r. said the hotel-keepe- Sfel 3 1 Fence" Posts DEHLEP BROS. .Incornoratea - -Is CO. 6 Cast rtakef strcci Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky REED BROS. - INSURANCE In AH Its Branches of them nowadays, which we read in and every day or the almanacs, and two somebody; nothing did him any good until he got comes along asking impertinent quesa horse chestnut and carried It around tions as to how many children I have, in his pocket. Then the rheumatism and my maiden name before I was 4T SUPPOSE you do your own cure any disease by drinking JL washing, maam?" Inquired the not water," announced the bald board- seedy stranger. er. "He has had every disease that 4lYes, I do, although I don't see that officially recognized by the .Royal It's any of your business," reCollege of Physicians and Surgeons plied Mrs. Curfew, with s,ome warmtbr and has banished them all by that be telling me that simple means. you're collecting " "Anything bestatistics for. a " aaV"v comes a 'curative government bufaaaaawir aW agent if a man bereau, or maybe It for the " state BfeVc'HaV lieves in saidhard WJztM enough," the aV board of health. &$ star b o a r. d e r. It seems that "Jasper J o n e s. the authorities says he was torare greatly intermented with rheuested in family matism for ten mat ters that years, and tried don't concern '"-Ha-' TaaTumi r"' UrpHERE'S a spot on my back. JV. said the retired mercharit. "He i iWfanai in BaP9il safe to jump to conclusions "It isn't " look dignified about-suc- h everything Fire Life Casualty Windstorm . .age--Automob- ile Burglary Parcel Post Hail Acreage Coyer-- " ' and Surety ' Bonds. 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MlMMOMMtMtmHMMHIMMMMmWH( ask conundrums In bad iaste, but when a perfect strange? comes along and asks "And echo answers, who, my dear me If I do my own washing, I feel that Mrs. Jiggers.' It may be that a horse the line must be drawn somewhere. chestnut in the hip pocket Is a specific Every jack In office asks questions.It for rheumatism. It isn't safe to de- used to be that the assessor would nounce .any theory as a false alarm. come to the door politely, and Inquire "Ira Grifway used to be always how many doge we kept, .apd take our groaning about his diseases, until it estimate of the value of our- - propbecamejtmpleasant to meet him. He erty without looking as though he couldn't talk about anything else. He knew we ought to be prosecuted for Ignored the crops and regarded the perjury. Bat now he must know the weather with contempt, and devoted color of your, grandfather's side whis-- . all his great energy and talents to a kers, and if you tell him that you keep discussion of the things that were no dogs out and looks under hurting him. Then all of a sudden he the house, and in the barn, and when began boasting of how hale and he comes back-h- e warns you that the hearty he was. He explained that the penalties for giving false information road to health was absurdly easy, and are Severe. there was no excuse for sickness any"Mr. Curfew; says that the next where. All a man had to do, he said, time the assessor comes, he. Is going was to get In the morning, to throw him over the back fence and before sunrise, and draw In a hundred' kick him down the alley for a long breaths of the crisp morning air; even blocks, and I hope he'll "He made the discovery himself, and keep, his word." it was more important than any mod- "T rifrln'- - mpnn in ntftnft vnn" snfil ern Invention His sincerity is hovjiJ,e stranger. "I'm introducing awash- by the facf that there was no possible ing saves half the labor, graft connected with it. A man ean'f ancl nowder thatwith soap altogether. dispenses sell the morning atmosphere at so With this, marvelous powder a woman much per breath. Ira's great discovcan do the week's washing ery was free to everybody. If I were her clothes hung on the line, and have inside of going to invent a cure for anything two hours." I'd compound something that could be "Well, mister, you take a package put up in bottles and sold at a dollar of your marvelous powder down to a throw. The man who invents a the creek, and give yourself a good fresh air cure is running benevolence scrubbing, for you look as though you Into the ground. had been fishing out of somebody's "His cure was so cheap that I de- dustbin. Tour whiskers are full of cided to try it, as I was suffering sawdust, and your face Is covered from a broken heart and a sluggish with grime. If you were introducing liver at that period. I set my alarm bituminous coal, there might be some clock for an hour before sunrise, and excuse for your appearance, but a got up in the pale, bleak dawn, and man who is selling washing powder put my head out of the window to In- ought to be like the driven snow, or hale the prescribed hundred breaths. nobody will have confidence in him. I had reached the twenty-sevent- h "And I 'wouldn't have anything to breath when a dissipated bee or wasp, do with your washing powder If you on its way home from a night of revoffered to. bring me a wagonload for elry, stung me on the nose, and I was twenty cents. I make nfown soap in such hasteto put a porous plas- of lye and grease, and although It ter on that-orgthat I didn't finish Isn't indorsed by the crowned heads the treatment, and never tried it of Europe, or by prelates or vice presagain. idents, It's the best soap ever made, "But I Knew many people wfy) and I know the Ingredients are wholeclaimed they were cured of everything some, even if they don't comprise ,. from the mumps, hoof and mouth barks and buds and healing herbs. by the hundred-breath- s treat"When I use my own soap, I know ment the things I wash won't be any the "T.here was a spring on my father's worse for it, but the washing powders farm, and I doped it with sulphuric sold by' agents are made of dynamite acid and a few other wholesome In- and lunar caustic, and a garment once gredients, and then began selling the washed with vthera will never be fit water to the afflicted for ten cents a to use again. jug. Some marvelous cures were ef"Last spring I was-- feeling too poorhobbled Men fected. there 5n ly to make the usual batch of soap, crutches to buy the healing fluid, and so I bought a package of washing when they left they threw thefn powder fr,om an agent who had his crutches away. pockets full of testimonials showing "For a brief session I had more that he was a man of high moral charsmall change than any boy In the acter. It happened that week that county, but my father returned home all of Mr. Curfew's white shirts were from a visit, and when he found out in the wash. Mr. Curfew is very parwhat I had -- been doing, he inter- ticular about his shirts. They must viewed me with a hickory pole, and for be as white asurctlc snow, or the way a year or two I wasbusy paying back he raves around the htfuse Is a disthe money I had collected from suf- grace. Well, I wish you could have ferers. The people who had been seen those shirts after they were healed suffered a relapse as soon as washed. They had an old gold color, they heard the water was faked; and have been, .getting yellower ever which goes to show, Mrs. Jlggers,that since, and Mr. Curfew never sits down we are entitled to a better quality of but he speaks about it and makes butter on this table." things uncomfortable. tfeo yoii had better toddle along Way of Escape. and sell your washing powder to some Flatbush "That's a funny thing woman who doesn't know how tt make about a bowlegged man. good soap." 7 Bensonhurst What's-th- at "Why, when he meets a mad dog In World's Supply of NUrates. a narrow alley he's more - The world's vWble supply of nithan ever." trates Js estimated at 2102,000 tons. Just Ulke the Old Home. The Type. Mr. Scraplelgh Can you give my "I heard Mabel ald when she mardaughter a home such as she has been ried that she had selected the very accustomed to? ,flower of her admirers. To what parThe Suitor Well, Pve got a bull him?" . and a fighting cat and a parrot ticular blbom did she liken was the ght he "At first and Jf that won't do it I know where pink of perfection, butwhea the baby X can jet a chlrapanaee. came to claim her attention, he was just a mere peppy." The Dear Girls. Dora Did yoa see the way.that mwt NejkuMT Lawtttfry; sailed at roe? "I woali like to aee the waah ef the Dorte Tee, dear. Let e have a get look at year face. Perhapf "The aeet time to do tSat esght t a amut en yeur bm be jrbea jrou are eroasittff the liMl" better proof than that?' he-goes -- dlsappearedand hasn't played a re- married, and whether there's-insanitturn engagement since. I haye talked In the family. with Jasper often, trying to point out, 'Tm sick and answering the folly of his claim, but he refuses such questions. tired of old If my to yield an inch. 'I used to have all want to dig Into my family friends history, kinds of rheumatics before I got that Fll give them all the information they horse chestnut,' he says, 'and now I want,' although I may consider their haven't a single one. Vho would y up-ear- ly of -- an dis-ease- -- bow-legge- d, a tree, and shriek a man's back for the police if itches, he has to she sees a mouse. defy the conven tions, and get relief the best way he and If a .real peril comes along, she'll exhibit more courage in five minu'es can." "I can understand just how It has than tTvj average man could dig up In worried you," said the fiotelkeeper. a hundrerxear8. "There Jjre scores of different Kinds "The fact that you couldn't reach around" and claw the Itching place of courage in this world, and you with your fingers kept the matter can't expect one man to have them fresh in .your memory and got on- - your all. A man may tremble and cringe) nerves. The pursuit of the unattain- - when threatened with physical vio- able always Is more Interesting to us 4 lence and yer stand DD seree aml than the easier work close to hand. magnificent when the assessor conn's You had your w"hole person to scratch, to the door, and there's nothing finor and might have bought a currycomb than that sort of moral courage. "There used to be a blacksmith In for a quarter, and Tiad a good time, but you couldn't be happy until you had this town ,jvho had a wide repnlsiUon as a fire eater. He wasn't afni :1 of reached the one inaccessible spot. "A while ago I Imagined I had anything, people said. If he heard of heart disease, and went and saw the a promising bruiser anywhere in the doctor. He knows I have money In countryside, he couldn't TeBt until he the bank, and am considered good pay, had mixed things with him. And he so-- he confirmed my worst fears, and didn't ask for purses or other It: He engaged in combat jut made up his mind to have me for his star patient, until one of us petered because he loved It, and was happiest out. He threw an awful scare-int- o me, when his nose was knocked to one so that I went home sweating Ice cold side, and his eyes were bunged up so that he couldn't see whether he Aas circus lemonade. gave me some medicines and a going or coming. He acted the hero n iHe lot of instructions. Among them was several occasions, rescuing people from one to the effect that when I went to burning buildings, and saving gents wed I should always sleep on my right who were drowning and his nerve 3lde. He cautioned me over and over became a byword. "Well, in the fullness of time his again against laying on my left side, and left the impression that if I dis- teeth went wrong and" his head swelled up until It looked "like a squash. He obeyed him, I'd wake up some morning to find myself a candidate for a bought about a million things at the drug- store, and they wouldn't relieve floral horseshoe. "That matter looked easy at the the pain. The doctor told him he. time, and I assured the doctor I'd fol- could have his sufferings ended in five low his bylaws to the letter. When minutes by going to the dentists, but went to bed that night, I stretched that Idea turned him faint. At last he ouKon my right side, and in ten min- had to go, and the dentist told me he utes I was just suffering to roll over. never saw such a doggone coward. don't believe I ever had such a That Invincible black.smith just had to hankering for anything. It seemed to be lifted Into the operating chair, and me the height of human happiness as often as he could get his breatht would He In sleeping on one's left side. he yelled. I followed instructions for two nights, "The dentist's chair takes the starch and then I decided that life wasn't out of many a brave man. I used to worth such sacrifices, and I rolled over .have to frequent It a good deal befora and slept on my left side, and nothing I boughj "these hand-mad- e tortolseshell happened. I was feeling better than teeth, and I saw some moving sights rwhen I was seated in the waltlnjr room. usual next morning when I got up. "Of course this experience lessened Women would come In there as calm my confidence in the doctor's instruct and cool they had just tions, and I concluded that if I was stepped in foe a dish of Ice cream. going to sidestep the instructions I I have seen a girl graduate sit chatting might as well sidestep the medicines, comfortably until her turn came, and too, for they tasted like low life in a then she'd step Into the chamber ef Chinese alley, and I threw the whole horrors without turning a hair; and saw then some big policeman, who'd think lot out of the window. Thus-th- e J bones lost his most promising patient nothing of fighting a revolver duel in because he handed out a rule that the dark with a burglar,, would come wasn't strictly necessary. Into the waiting room as limp as a "Speaking of the unattainable, Co dlshrag, sweating ice tea and groaning you know what's the matter with Silas every time he drew a breath. -- . Furbelow? He has everything a man A man might easily get a lot of could ask, a stranger in the townH faise ideas about courage in the den- would say. He has a beautiful home list's waiting room. and a wife who would be considered a "That man Kersmlth, who stood and success anywhere, and he has festoons permitted a smaller man to twist his of money "Where it will do the most nose, has a sort of courage I'd give a good. lot to own. "I've always wished I could --"Yet he has a secret sorrowT I make public speeches. I've a lot of think' he's the most melancholy man I pent-u-p eloquence Inside of me that ever saw, and his trouble is that he ought to be turned loose for the edifican't raise a good stand of whiskers. cation and Instruction of the people. Nowadays, wheti" whiskers are consid- But every time Tm called upon for a ered an infirmity, it seems strange few timely remarks, I'm scared stiff, that any man should, grieve over such and can't say a blamed word. I Just a matter. gurgle and splutter like a sunstrnck "He sends all over the United lunatic, and hate myself for three f States for hair growers, the weeks after it. time his face is blistered or swollen, "Sut when Kersmlth is called, he and still the whiskers won't grow on rises without a tremor, and smiles happened,-an- d him. If sweetly upon tbe audience, and goes he woke up some morning to find his ahead saying what he has to say aa countenance all covered with whiskers, though In his own arm chair by his firehe'd probably have them shaved off side. I'd'be willing to have my nose within a week j but because they won't and ears twisted several times to have grow, he won't be happy till he gets MS courage." ' thenr." Chilean Nitrate Fields. Weary of Whirlwinds. The nitrate fields, the principal '.Ton don't seem to like the Idea of source of Chile's, wealth,, are limited a whirlwind campaign." to a marrow strip of arid desert lo"I hate the mere mention" of It," cated on the eastern slope or the "Maybe coastal range, west of the cordlllera replied Farmer Corntossel. you'd find It hard to understand, nev- of the Andes, t an altitude of from er havin' lived, as I did, in a part of 2J0GO to 5,000 feet above sea level, and the country" where every once In Inland a distance varying from 16, awhile you have toget out and run miles In the northern part of the zone for a cyclone cellar." to 90 miles in the southern part. while gaged, thus en- B!l:lBaaaKal things. A but when woman 'will climb llSaaPilaaP luce-men- ts. - as-tho- ugh and-hal- some-mirac- le ter-Ti- er .she-thou- Plenty of Time. What, Bobby, you say you don'fwant to be president of the United States? Bright JLad Not just now, thanks If it's all the same to you Pd rathe wait until after a couple of more Aserican Legion Weekly. Teacher elec-tlofi- give recitals on the pipe organ. Mr. Proudfather That so?" I wish you coald meet my son. He plays the mouth organ in vaudeville. Yoa organists might be able to help each other. Celambia State. Fellow Artists. Mr. Pedalbass I am a musician. I 1 jbv His Weak Ens'. millfiil cwn in. "Reggie ie going to the country oc Mary They say that very "wie peoSaturday." ple, are a'Wfally hoaaely. "For a week-ed?- " Marty vey ardeatly) Mary, "Tea; hie bead's bees bothering TM'ra jke aaoat gk hi Wk him." Boetosu"TraBerit. , btlfl K s. f - a 'SiW x Were l L. AWtf s Viws. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. perintendent, giving them the, orJMr. B and. Miss A. or Mr. B. ot the school rooms, because the t right to teach school they are enters the school too m;.and takes more books he memorizes the" -it. But I want to say dear read- up the - school, but don't take worse he becomes. To The Adair County News: much interest, But kills time and. v NownI am not,writing this arjJSomtimelastsummeflTwrote ers that all who have.such not "school teachers draws theurest of the pay.-- The ticle as a matter of spite or preju isttv article which if I mistake not dice, and r I ' hope no one wiln appeared in both of our county by any means. There are many patrons find the school has been ways by which the teachers can a failure and that they have been notice anything for them to be p&oe.rs, and perhaps was approv do raise the standard of our betrayed: Is the Legislature of offended. I have nly written d by some, while it may have and are many oth Kentucky to blame for that or is what I believe to be fair and been disapproved by many of its schools and there by which they can the county Superintendent .to honest facts and I hope every i readers. Nevertheless, it was a er ways lower the standard, a few of blame? Does cases of this kind body will join in. and help to me to give vent to which I would like to point out help the cause of education? s make our schools better. nv ideas. Now, as I have Yours for better schools and a thatl must give as I see them. It seems to be a- We have had another class of higher standard of education. to. give room for more ideaB great fashion among our teach- - trustees who have gone around to L. Akin. apph- see their neighbors puttingup the Drobablv be of .greater era of late to put in their r a school andif they same great speal to get the confi b fit to whether the patrons, by making in getting one evT sees thpm in print orxnot. are successful early part of the dence of the" promises, and afthey go in the all kinds of fair will endeavor to write again. with ter they are elected they happen contract The article I wrote last sum-E- summer, sign a Waif- - & the Board of Education to teach to remember they have a son or r was in regard to the rural or daughter-inschools of Adair county and the a six months term of school. daughter, a that might go to Inability of some of us to com- They will begin as soon as possi- -law, ply with the new school law. ble and teach until the schools Bchool through the winter, be 8uk what I want to say now .is open in the South. Then they examined in the spring, and BEGINNING THE DAY Vt our rural schools are not get word that money is growing teach the school for him, which day in a good begins clat they should be and who is in the hills with the peanuts has been done many times, to the (iJFAMAN observedthethe professor, humor," down there, and they put out to entire satisfaction of the "everything will prosper with him." to blame? though beginning "You Georgia, leaving the schools here insomuch that the district day In atalk as humor was as easy the vWe often hear folks say that as good to go to the bats and owls far as would ask for the same teacher fulling off a log," said the ourv Legislatures are to blame man. "i suppose much as they are concerned. next year. In cases of this kind you have been and norhaps they should share a reading one of but pa of the blame, but when we After we have paid our school it is all right, ". in other cases e . those fool bought $12 or .$15 worth f teachers have been' forced upon books, and stmly the causes of the cond- tax, you think a man '"ti'! books and, went in debt for an the,patrons of school "districts, 5tJH"5 itio s that surround our country can be In a good extra outfit of clothes for- - our when the trustee and "his imme-diat- e humor just by sc'?.ols, we find that each party saying he. Is golng children, and byk ftie'time'we can family' were the only satisis concerned from the child in get our school starte'df again j the to be. But,a man fied party "and7 that only for the ;an't control his school room to the State SutV humors Jiny more children have forgotten there salary the teacher drew, that perintendent is more or less to than he can conwere ever such'athingas.schools, trustee has lost confidence of his trol dreams. blame for the existing conditions "Some davs 1 books or newoVeralIs.Now, n e i g h fe'or s, sacrificed the our rural schools. I would feel ll'the,brfg1 of part- interest of many poor and. inno-cen- t t this is one fault inn Vllntlv iike to take up a few of the par- ly placed-upouel, AnO I just naturally go around' our Legislature, be little children,-t- o satisfy his shedding' light jnto the dark places, ties concerned and show why I At such th;ok they may be blamed for because they have nojb provided own selfish ideas, and has Jowered and making everybody glad.unqualified times the world seems an a'law, giving the Superintendent the standard of education. I success, and the fact that I was born these conditions. the right to hold two months of think the last session of our leg- Into It does not cause me any remorse. The small child in the school citizen backed me If the pay for such teachers, to be islature intended to provide a up some prominent and asked me what against a fence 4s not to blame in the least, cdom paid to the teacher, who will remedy for these troubles of mo- made me feel so gay, I couldn't give but larger children can be a take up such schools in ten daysj nopolizing the interest of the en- him any helpful Information. I don't know, myself, what causes the chipgre it pull back to a school in and teach them to a finish. family. per feeling. I suppose It must be betire district into one condition, jnany ways. By their own idle-si- e Such teachers are tenfold more But if our County Boardof Ed- - cause my works are In good at the old doing their digestive stunts v and indifference. They not to blame than ' the Legislature ucation should un.dertake to stand. "After a few days the glad feeling niv slow up their own progress from the simple fact, they vio- practice such monopoly (which I passes away, and instead of being a in pchool, but they aggravate late their contract, lower their Sunny become a they will not), .then it Moses. Samuel Iall kinds of Mournful presentiI have and hinder the progress of oth-er- own honor and lose the respect trust' would be a County Monopoly, in- ments of evil. I have a firm convicand by J be insanitary condition that the bottom is about to drop of their patrons, and have done stead of a school district. out of everything, and that 111 be tion of their person, their clothes, great damage to the mixed the wreckage. I take interest of their books and their habits, they our schools. There are many All Of our County Superintend a pessimistic view of everything, and the mar make things unpleasant for other faults that teachers may entshave'not been without fault go grouching around until even they cows are sick of seeing me, and either, and the only reason I can give me a liftmvith their hind feet as themselves' and others. They have, and many other ways by give for them not having more a' gentle hint that I should come out can also be a draw back to the whibh they pulL down .the standof my trance. faults, or as "many as other folks, ,1'IfL.a leading business man asked school by constantly nagging and ard of education,' but as I am T is because there is not as many me to explain my melancholy tie couldn't tormenting some poor child, who moving do It The world seems to taking tod much space, I will Superintendents is there are of along as though nothing had happened, has never had good opportunities leave them with you. the same old sun is shining on the day other folks. and perhaps has never had shift, and the scented zephyrs are gets himenough to eat Fand wear. A The next fel!owrwho After all and the last analysis blowing through my whiskers as. of J old.' in position to 'carry a part we find that we are all more or $,'Often aman begins the day wrong, that will practice such pass-tim- e self a .child of this shameful blame is the through some accident or unpleasant should get a severe punishless to blame and we 'find we. are experience. Then he knows whyhe of- - a common ment and they usually get it if honorable trustee a set of peculiar- folks, each a school district. ' If he makes' ,a get of the other. iilSfo lying rid bed it. This morning little differenV-frot s ;the teachers are what they ought dreaming that I in t 'was s gooddeaf somebody th& white hope, and You know we have some folks was the O,to be. In many cases the parhonor, and if he makes a bad' among that I was making a heroic effort to us that haven't a bit of bring the laurels back to the Caucaents and the teachers are to one he gets all the blame, and I practical sense, nor a bit of book sian race. VI was just administering ftlame for these faults in chil- an uppercut that seemed destined to want to say in his behalf, when education, and the State has dren, in addition to their own bring home the bacon, when I "fell out ti he has done what he thinks is to cafe "for and treat such against,and, practically ruined my head r faults! the floor his dead level best, then some persons' There 'are'others' who ' "I came downstairs In a beastly huhfi .patrons, of our rural j4,, times after it is too late he finds over and after breakfast I have a little practical sense, and mor, picked a quarrel with went Doo- , scnpols can be a great hinder-tl- . old and he has made a miserable failure. up a tree to ance by not , showing their chil-,- ., The trustees of our schools have no book education; This is. flne .Uttle, so that he had and shin because I all Jo escape violence, take-:carof dren that they are, interested in been very useful characters, and who can largely wasfeling ornery.. It wouldn't have himself. Some "have va small Ibeen safe for any man to tell me that , Jfiem getting an education and they have not been without sin. In order to begin the day right all a dd ,$y not giving them the proper Suppose a man would start out amount of each" and is a little Wn' has togone Is to" begin it right to out. from the house "I have more able to take- care of him nftlkl the cow's inthe morning, many a i, help and training at home, and seeking this honorable position, by not using the hickory if it is pledging himself to his neigh- self. Others have a vast amount time, feeling as blithesome and glad . of practical and book sense, well as a dickeybird, and quite satisfied peeded and by not cooperating bors, to get the best teacher go- balanced, and they are the ones that the day was . going to be one round of pleasure., Then a cow would with the teacher and failing to ing, and to see to it that they cope with the give me a poke In' the ribs with one who are able to of her celluloid horns, or push her big v. prov'e the necessary books, teach a good school and that he duties of life. There are other splay foot Into a brimming bucket of .pencils, etc. Most of the pa- will consult wjth the patrons as stuff beings in this world, who have milk, and the joyousall daywas all off, ,"?' trons are guilty of some, if not that Aunt and Td be so sore employ and so on. to who to an abundance of book education Julia would hand me my meals with ' all of these faults, and there are -' They heed his earnest pleadings, without a bit of real sense. This a pitchfork. -, we might mention. other morning I got up feeling others and elect him, as their trustee. fellow is due a lot of sympathy so The that I was ashamed to look mean ., ; We have some good, efficient Then he has several good teach-er- s in the mirror. I wjent downtown after that he never gets. He starts breakfast, in the mood to rob a blind " teachers in Adair county, who to see him. applying for the out upon what he thinks to be a organ grinder of his few plugged are doing their very best and school and he begins to com- straight line of life, but some ob- nickels. Then I went to the post office an,dgot a registered letter. A they make good wherever they plain and whimper and say his notice that lie is man wbA bad owed me $2 for five servers soon conscience at & --teach ,. and we should appreciate taxes are to pay, and bis child leaning to the heavy side and years had an ingrowing to me. When last, and sent the money ' them. But some of our teachers office everybody comren haven't sufficient clothing to soon find him going round I left the postwlnnjng smile And said mented on my a part go to school, and that its a great they deserve to and must share and round, in a very small circle, I was the little sunbeam of the town." of the blame for the conditions deal of trouble and worry to be The State has no Institution to . You know a scnooi trustee, out an at f our care for such a character, .but The way things are now going mysterious operathat some folks Have an idea once by some the Legislative should proyide in the two countries how long :that if one .has a certificate is- tion he seeDM to get reconciled some way of taking care of them will it be before Mexico senda sued to them by the county Su- - and givei the school to Uim A., and eapecially.to.keep thm outJ, miwionariM to the United Statee? certi-ficatesa- re The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- -- AL The Great Paper of the Soulhtand chce fr " n-wil- l V is abj,edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; 'it iirf earless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean government. 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All 1 lbs. $ Sold Evetywhere facture too much for the needs of the newspapers in Spain are contemplating going out of business because of the in crease to. them in the price of print paper, and the government is being called upon to subsidize the Spanish press, something it should not do. We imagine the trouble must come about thru tariff regulations, for most of the other sountriee of Europe are getting cheaper paper this year. Germany ii beginning' to manu 'Three-forth- s of the world. Movies showing crime haVe. been, barred in Chicago. Now if vamping is also barred movie ac tors will all have to learn new roles. The present coat- of paper should make you careful of the new' leaf you turned over oa Jan- rural-schools- uary the first. Adair County New tbcHi, $1.50 4' . iV -- t iV ST-- , . ' -- 4