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The Adair County news: January 26, 1921 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1921 ada1921012601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: January 26, 1921 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 m M .. AJuair TS nK jm ., (tamta Stews u-s- i . -3- garv--iiiM 3k VOLUME HIV COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY JAN. 26, I92I. lt, NUM1E1 !4 OIL NEWS. BY E. T. KK3ITER, V ssell Ctnitjr Lt$ Its Oldest End of s Leng Ljfi e. Pressing Need Ur the East. Reports coming from the Near East Relief reveal to us the' fact that thousands upon thousands are still in the deepest of need. The depredations of the Terrible Turk in Armenia beggar description. Thousands of orphans are in dire need and to them America is playing the part of mother. To house, clothe, feed and in every way care for them takes money and lots of it. Destitute to a degree that we could not imagine, they of course cannot do anything for them selves The crumbs, so to speak, from che table of Kentucky would, save thousands of precious Lives. The Near East Relief Society is sparing no effort to supply the need but they MUST HAVE MEANS. The thou sands of lives at stake are relying on you for aid- - There is .no committee soliciting In Adair county, but yon can send your donation to Treasurer, Mr. John W. Flowers, Columbia Bant or to Leslie J. B. Smith. Columbia. Chairman Near East Relief in Adair Co. Larger lhan Before. Citizens. The pews of the demise of, Mr. William. Vaughan, perhaps the oldest jsltlzen of Russell county, reached ftiere late last Friday afternosn. He "had gone from his home county to Somerset where his son, Mr. Otho and his daughter. Mrs. resides,, and while there he was taken lck.; dying In a few hours. He had reached the ripe age of 89, and until the lastiew years had been an active and influential man in the county and in religious affairs. He was a very ardent member of the Methodist Church, and his purse was at all times open to meet the expenses of the organization. He was a kind, lovable old Kentucky gentleman, his - face marking him as anhonest man. The deceased spent" $6 major portion of his life at Denmark where he engaged in farming. Later he removed to Russell Springs that place being his T?hen the end came. His remains were conveyed from Somerset to Russell Springi, and after funeral services, were interred in the Jamestown cemetery by the side of his Dolph Humble, post-offic- Vaughan LastFriday forenoon, about 15 min utes past 10 o'clock, Miss Eliza Todd died at the home of her brother, Mr. A. G. Todd, this. city. The deceased was eighty-onyears old, and her demise was not a surprise, as she had been on the decline for several years. Five days before her death she met with a paraltic stroke, and from that time until she was called hence, she was in a stupor. She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs. WmTodd, and was born and reared onPettlsfork, threes miles from Coe It is not often in repeating an entertainment that the second audience provestxbe as large as the first, but those who saw Miss Fearless & Co., last Friday evening, largely outnumbered the- - first audience, All the players were in fine condition and the story was most admirably given, not a mistake during the entire evening. The composition is both humorous and pathetic, and the manner of rendition is what makes the company "exceedingly popular. The receipts" of ex-pec- Mr. Elmo Pearce, who has been spending some time in Oklahoma, writes that he will return here within the next few dajs and that some n western oil men are expecting to come with him for the purpose of looking over this territory well-know- -- wife, who died many years ago. The deceased was an uncle of Mr. If, T. ;and Solomon McFarland, of this place, both of whom, attended the last sad rites V'', The last time the editorof this pa- per talked to Mr.Waughan was at Russell Springs, ncViri-t&- e conversaready to tion he said ''thatVhe-'wa-s cross to the other sTde; that he long- -' ed to be with hisloved ones who had already landed on' the celestial shore ' ,.r- :x. ip vo . lumbia. Besides A. G. Todd, above mentioned, she leaves another broth-- , er, Mr. J. D. Todd, who lives one and f miles north of this place. She also leaves a number of nephews and nieces. The deceased was a consistent mem ber of the Methodist Church, and had been for many years. When a young girl she was popular throughout the county, gracing all the social functions, and was exceed ingly popular with all the young people. For ears before her demise Jier Bible was constantly by her side, a comfort in pain and in health The funeral services were held at the residence about 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. esse L. Murrell, of the Methodist Church, and Eld. Z. T. Williams, of JDhe Christian Church. Many friend? gathered to pay tribute to a godly woman, wh.o left this world of sin and sorrow, to be at rest with'her heavenly Father. The interment was in the Murray grave yard, where many of her relatives sleep. The floral offerings were many. one-hal-- Dr. Frank D. Hines, Denver, Colo., president of the Southern Oil & Refining Company, advises their local representatives, Messrs. Richaidion last Friday's entertainment was be- & Goff, that he will be b,ere at an earts tween 860 and $70. The Company ly 'date to arrange for the marketing to visit a neighboring town soon. of the product from their Bakerton The same Company will make its wells. appearance' at Greensburg Friday Mr. S. L. Ginter. manager of the evening. "The residents of Greensburg and citizens out in the county should Ginter Brokerage Company, is back , from atrip to Cincinnati and Bownot fail to see it. ling Green where he has been for the Removed to Waferview. purpose of arranging to secure a drilling rig with which to operate in the Creelsboro field just as soon as maMr. $?. E. Morgan, who is most of the people of Co- chinery can be gotton on the ground. personal-ly,knpwnto by the absence of their head driller, ' have again gone to drilling on well Ne, 3, Campbell Bros, farm, and they propose to drilL this well to such s depth that they expect soon to be able to report a real "gusher." The McMeadOil Company have a good supply of oil In storage, their pipe line is completed to the river, transportation arrangements' have been made, and they are now beginning the marketing of their product. As stated formerly, the oil wilt be taken to Burnside, and from there'by rail to Somerset. This method o transportation being found necessary for the present in the absence of piper line facilities, but it is confidently expected and believed that a line will-bbuilt to that field within the next few months. by-barge- s --- ! -- Don't Fear for the. Bible. There was a very mean'trick perpetrated on the inrnatesfMr. Solomon On entering his home at noon, Wed McFarland's fa&lfaAlasti Tuesday jgKtey, Mr Charlie Sandusky was gMftUjisurprised to find a numfeer-- of itahfi ..Mr. MrFsrfrffrtlfatfTnflfir-th- ft Campbellsville pike7, about 3 miles friends awaiting his return from work, birthday. from Columbia. Short -- time after to celebrate his forty-sixt- h He had been very busy all the mornsupper Mr. McFarland and his Royse, went hunting. ing and had forgotten all about it Mr. Edgar A most sumptuous They returned late and found the enwas daintly served and very tire family, consisting of six children dinner and three grown women very sick; much enjoyed by every one. The following were, present: Mr. some of them could hardly breath. After working with his afflicted chil- and.Mrs S. L Sandusky, .Mr. arid dren for some time, Mr. McFarland Mrs. Chas. Sutton, Mr. and c.Mrs. .. 'EI--- tin nj learned that a short time after he rod, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stevenson, left for a hunt, a very offensive and Mrs Margaret Hurt, Mr. Tom, Pull-iaMr. and Mrs. John Morrison, stifling odor spread all over the Mr and Mrs Sam Steyeson, Mr. and house, and for awhile the inmates thought that they could not live. Mrs. Billy Sandusky,.Messrst .Will Upon an investigation it was found Powell, Ed 'Lawhorn, Johnnie, Morrithat the odor was blown into the son, Lee Lawhorn, Willie Wilkerson dwelling where a pane of glass was Samuel Kelsay, William Sandusky, Jr. out of the window. The members of Miss Mattie Morrison, Mar jprie Xel-saFrances Kelsay, Frances Steventhe family did not recover until W son, and Mary Sandusky. May many morning. and the Columbia Light Plant are for Mr. McFarland,has no idea who per- other happy birthdays be his, is the Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Hill Entertain. sale. The owners are ready to give XX petrated the foul deed, but he says he wish of all his friends. some man. or men a bargain. They will would pay a goodly sum to be put on W. L Strange Dead.. On Saturday evening, Jan. 15th, Mr. sail a or one half interest ia the track of the guilty parties.leadlng and Mrs. Hill entertained the follow- the two mills or they will sell both to their arrest and punishment. The intelligence of the death of the ing at a card party: MrSand Mrs. Ir- - plants to one man. They are in good subject of this writing:, was a Sur win Frazier. Mr.- and- Mrs. "Rrna Rnr-- I ninnig condition, both doing asplen- Rubbing It Too Thick. ger, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor, Dr. did.business. prise to his many Columbia friends, as he and his wife were in this place, and Mrs C. M, Russell, Dr. and Mrs, The Light plant will be sold to one Endeavoring to lionize a bank ban-d- shopping, last , Thursday. His home O. P. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar man or a company; The owners are is taken with very poor grace by was near Picnic and he was popular Reed. At the close-oHhgame a de- ready to talk business. For further the good citizens of Adair county. throughout his neighborhood. He was licious lunch was served. particulars see Mr. Geo. Coffey, deputy sheriff of this subject to heart trouble, and the end G. B. Smith, at the county, who went to Indianapolis and came Friday afternoon at his home Dinner Party. . Columbia Mill. brought to the Columbia jail Ray- Besides his wife, ha leaves several mond Driscoll, the man. arrested, children, two of his sons, Darrel and ' On Wednesday, Jau. 19th, Mrs. W. charged with being one ok the men Will, being school teachers. This Alter a'Long- - Illness. A. Coffey gave a beautifully appointwho robbed the Bank ofrColumbia, death brought sorrow to every body ed dinner at her home 011 Campbellsreceived a letter from ontfof Driecoll's living on Crocus wherehe deceased ville St. Those present were: Mr. Wm. Powell, who would have attorneys at Indianapolisj'thanking was well and favorably known. He A. D. Patteson, Joe Patteson, been fifty years old had he lived until him. for his good treatment ottjhe pris- was about 63 years old. 1 O. Russell, d. M. Russell, Fred next March, died at his home, on- oner, and also telling hlmto&ee that The Interment was in the Strange LHill, Irwin Frazier, Daisy Hamlett, Heights, this place, last Sunday Driscollgotalithe comforts of life burying-groun- d and it was largely at- Mrs. S. F, White, of Durham, N. C. night at 7 o'clock. He7 was a victim f that his (Driscjoll's) money would buy. tended. and Miss Mary Miller, n of pulmonary trouble and was confin It is all right for an attorney; to do This reaper extends condolence to all ed to his bed for several months He Ais duty by his client, but, "when it the surviving members of the family. Dinner. was a man in humble circumstances 45omes to making a Pjrince oub of a and leaves a wife and eight children. Down Again. bank robber, it is going ifarUbeyond The remains were conveyed to Jop-pgood citiz084j- Mrs. Gordon Montgomery gave a the judgment of Pilgrim Coffee 12j;ents, his old home, for burial. J TTT lovely dinner at her home on Greens cents. Monarch Coffee-2Special NtUcc burg St., on Thursday Jan. 20th. 10 lbs Sugar $1.00 Calumhia Taxi Line. Those who enjoyed her hospitality ' Russell & Co. were Mesdames A. D. Patteson, Joe All persons owing Blair & Ellis must Patteson, Richard Dohoney, C. M. Ford Cars to and from Campbellsat once &ua settle oywiuot Ltsi, Christmas. Russell, W. A. Coffey, George Staples, ville Dally. Rates 81.50 each way. Mr. Blair lives is Iowa arid he 62-- E or 12, or see this etWe bnslaessl settled Tan kid glove, on public square or L. C. Hlndnwn, W. A. Hlnes, S. F. Phone No. ;R: LWatMftoB, Columbia, Ky. nsar It. Finder will please call News White. H. A.,WalksrndTiJdn Wit- " )i ta is Adir oewrty. -- ADlff Birthday Dinner. son-in-la- -- m, y, ed-nesd- ay Any attempt to undermine the Bible will be unsuccessful in the long run as the Bible is Truth. A Bible student does not tremble for the Ark of God for he .knows that when the stars have burned out and the Universe has had millions of birthdays that the Word? of God will beunimpared by time Almost all "the Sciences want to have their fling andj-usoff for a while into the far country" where they dip into the swine swill of unbelief but ever and anon they come back to what the Old Book says, confessing their errors Paid List. The best thing for anyone's mental, The- following are new, paid subscrib- moral and spiritual well being s some I real Bible study. There is a welcome eraand renewalsAioce our issue of last awaiting 70U at the Bible Study TuesdstyrN. Class at the Baptist Church every 'E. CT. Armstrong, Finis Baker, G. Br Redmon, U. T. Murray, F. F. Garner, Wednesdaycvening. W..H. Cundiff' Mrs. B. F. Powell, b Leslie J. B. Smith, Pastor Campbell, Geo. C. Sherrill, Nettie Finn, C. M. Hlndman, Willis Loy, G. CarOarty. W. Coffey, W. W. rockman, Mrs.' Louisa Chelf, W. H. Wheat, J. E. On Saturday evening, Jan. 22nd, Coe, J. C. Shirley, J. H. Morgan, Mrs1. . tRuisell .and Mrs. Irwin Mrs. Mattie Scholl, Mrs. M. M. Barnettf Frazier entertained with a card party, U. S. Fields, Mrs. H. C. Farlee,-H- . B: at the 'home :of Mrs Russell, on Gwinn, C. H. Dohonqy, Therein CGreensburg St. The following were .Taylor, Mrs. A. C. Eveleth," Jbsle present: Mr. and Mrs Edgar Reed, Martin, W. I Feese, Mrs. Xeona Hurt, Mr. and Mrs Eros Barger, Mr and F. B. Phelps, G. R. Hlndman, Miss Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mattie Barger, H. A. Ballou, Rev. T Cravens;. Misses Katherine Nell and sJ. Wade, R. L Caldwell. Amelia - .Qamron and Messrs Ralph Hurt, Edward Hamlett, Irwin Frazier Mills and Light Plant for Sale. and Dr. Russell. The Repast which was served was very much .enThe Mill in Columbia and the one on joyed by. the guests t Russell's creek, run byG. B Smith; well-posted lumbia, has. removed from Amanda-vlll- e to Waterview. He recently sold his farm at Amandaville for 325,000, purchasing a fine body of 150 acres from Sampson Thurman lying near Waterview for $16,000. It is said to be one of the best farms in Cumberland county. Mr. Morgan was here last Thursday and in talking to the News man, he said that he was now located on the garden spot of the world. 'When he made that statement he did not take into considera tion, the size of the world, but there is no doubt but he has purchased a very desirable plantation, and; his Adair county friends hope that he wilL make lots of money on it. Dr. R. M. Armstrong, Augusta, Ga , accompanied by his wife and daughter, arrived in town Friday on his way to Creelsboro, where he expects to spend considerable time in the de velopment of some of the large holdings owned in fee by his brother, Mr. W. A. Armstrong, and himself. Dr. Armstrong ranks high, as a physician and surgeon and he has been for several years past enjoying a very lucrative practice in Augusta, but he can not resist the lure of the oil game, so he has dropped everything else, for the time being, to devote his entire time to the business. Here is something for our people; who patrouize mail order houses hxA Chicago, Cincinnati and New York to consider. Our home merchants are youj: friends and In every transaction you have with them or may have, you. will be treated as a neighbor and friend. If you sfcould ask for a little time on the bill you are in quest of, they will gladly accommodate-you- j and furthermore, they will sell you. goods for less money than you can get them from Chicago, Cincinnati or JNew xorir. you look over a catalogue and the prices seem inviting v butyoujdo nob take into consideration the express charges nor the postage on same. Furthermore, you do you are buying, and in not see what nine cases out of ten the articles you. order do not come up to reputation given. 'We have at all times found it best to stick to home people, and we hope that dollars to mail order houses Mr. JSE. Carnahan, the big operacease. tor from Canton, Ohio, was here dur- will ing the past week returning from Mr. L. E. Bradley, who has been a, Creelsboro where h has two rigs very faithful and efficient Sunday-scho- ol y, Ja-co- C.-.- ! -- - -- one-thir- d -- 1 -- w -- it e - .Hi. Mes-dam- es Bo-m- ar -- a, 0 .. . . 1 1. . 1 4effic. V -- ooxson. j Jr t.-- . TV 75- .:: Lu v'ia-t- f ; drilling on the Cy Campbell farm. Snperintend.ent for the Baptist as a pnK school, this-citWell No. 2 failed for several years, ducer in the shallow sand, so it is be- tendered his resignation a few weeks ing drilled on down to the pencil cave, Lago, and Mr. John Rose was elected where a good flow is expected. Well to succeed him Last Sunday mornNo,jlisagood well at the shallow ing the school presented Mr. Bradley, depth, and No 4 Is drilling. A large in tok'en'df its appreciation of his valsupply of equipment is bejng taken to uable" services, a handsome Bible. preparatory to the taking The gift is -- highly appreciated, and care and marketing of the prcduct. the former superintendent will coa-tinto use his influence in advancrAll rigs operating in this imma'aiate pounding away as fastr as ing the Interest of the school. sectionrare conditions wilkpermitranValf' Topera-tor- s people.of Columbia are not unare looking jfor gbocr results to be The lower sands It is the mindful ofthe part the Lebanon offiobtained e cers took in running down the bank contentioaot Jhe best" posted ijeolo-eis- ts robbers, causing the arrest and delivand. oiLmen who "have'made a ery of Raymond Driscoll, one of the survey andstudy of thfs'sedtlon; that bandits, to the Jailer of Adair an mtelligent'test of" thV 'field will County. The shooting of the car full norhave heenimade until' the lower of holes, that the robbers were escapformations have been penetrated; and ing in, and the finding of the car and when this is do'ne it is confidently exin Indianapolis, was certainly "' pected that both oil and gas in large brought about by the Lebanon officers. and paying quantities will be found. Correcting a false report which some Mrs. Sue Elliott, who was a cousin of the "knockers" have recently circu of Mr. J. M., and J. O, Russell and lated around town, I desire to state, Mr. M. L Mitchell, died in Kansas unqualifiedly, that the Columbia De- City, Mo., on December 20th. Mrs. velopment Company has not quit Elliott was a sister of Mrs. Fannie-drilling on the Bob Rowe farm, on Summers, who was married at the-hothe north side of town, and they thave of Mr. John N. Murrell in Octc? no intention .of stopping until they ber, 1S63. The latter's husband was a have either struck oil or gas, or else brother to Mr. W. P, Summers, who have gone deep- enough to satisfy "removed from Columbia to Hardin themselves there is nothing there to, c juuty, about two years ago warrant further expense. Mr. O. C. game, Russeir The basket-bal- l Fink, who is personally in charge of man of Creek Academy, Campbellsville, the drilling operations, is a wide experience in the business, and against the Columbia High School he has a rig which can be relied upon team, was the attraction at the Gym last Friday evening. The game was to do the work. called on time and it was spirited Messrs. J- - B Doolittle, Worchester, New Yoric. and Bee Whitis, Somer from the start The result, High' School team 34 j Academy, 11. set, Ky., two of the 11 vest operators hi the country, and who are now A lot more goods just arrived, wonjointly Interested in the development derful bargains. Coo.e and look up nf this territory, have both recently your needs. Work jackets 50c each returned to Columbia and they are while they last, dverseas caps 25c are now moving things in a way that each while they last. Barrack bags causes everyone to "sit up and take 35c each while they last. Many mors notice." At present they are confin- bargains. ing their operations to the southeast 13 2fc T. G. Rasner & Son. ern portion of Adair, but they will en A meeting called 'for next ter other fields later. Campbell, Creolsboro, Thursday night by Columbia Lodga Mr. Chas was'intown the latter part of the No 96 F & A. M for the purpose of conferring the First on two, The week and he reported considerable activity in his Imaaediate locality. The Master, E. W. Reed, asks for a full MeaWrs of slster-ledge- a BeaconjOll SyidWafe, after an en--1 fsreed shkt'dowQ for a period cug3 aretinvlred: the-fiel- d ue in-thme has-bee- -- .' 1 Jfc. -& W--- - - - V ,.'.: .?'..'-.- . --- "r7' ' V .v, ;.-- -: r: tADilKCOUNTi: NEWS UIGHIWraF--- " . ow ty GRACI irr--nti ye ghsuVBder- h's ricif young fpHeri" ha went'oit'XInl much to drink. Did you bring your wife?'' "Yep; the Wasn't 8h&laaT No words could answer. she's outside,'' was Doesman's "And the kid? mofeelings at that express-Editment How many times her heart llvln'?"Ede's still in the land of the she-know- Shelferiivq MtI4V Piixes -- i sbbbbmIi I ji tvq oPtho otorm Country A. Now IZott.: T MILLER (l B I btibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI HIrjssKaL t -- sH 1 TVv V i" caPXPfT ss in run fXJB'-ecMw- rr WHITE 1 muni II MttinLif IKK vMillllliW)1, liffil Hi SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER J. Lonely, and almost frlend-leeTonnibel Devon, living on a canal boat, child of a brutal father and a t, discouraged mother, wanders Into a .Station army hall at Ithaca, N; T. There she meets a young Salvatjon army captain, Philip MacCauley. wtirn-OUs, CHAPTER II. Uriah Devon, Tony's father, returns to the boat from a protracted "spree,", and announces he has arranged for Tony to marry a worthless tfeapanlon of his, Reginald Brown. Mrs. Dtvon objects, and Uriah beats her. She -- latlmates there IB a secret connected with Tonnibel. CHAPTER IH.-- In clothes that BrL-- h has brought Tony finds a baby's picture with a notification of a reward for Its return to a Doctor Pendlehaven. She .goes to return the picture. CHAPTER IV. With the'Pendlehavens, family of wealth, live Mrs. Curtis, a pusin, her son and daughter, Katherlne Curtis and Reginald Brown. Katherlne Is deeply In love with Philip MacCauley. CHAPTER V. Tonnibel returns .the picture to Doctor John, and learns It to his brother. Dr. Paul It to a portrait of Doctor Paul's child, who had been stolen In her lnfascy, And her loss has wrecked Doctor Part's life. Doctor John goes with Tony to the canal boat and ministers to Mrs. Devoa while she Is unconscious. CHAPTER VL Returning to conscious- sess, Mrs. Devon Is Informed by Tony ef her visitor. She Is deeply agitated, jgakes Tony swear she will never tell of .Devon's brutality, and disappears. be-Jon- gs Fendle-fe&ve- o. - CHAPTER VIL Tony's personality and her loneliness appeal to Doctor John and he arranges to take her lnlo his house as a companion to bis Invalid brother. CHAPTER Vm. Tony's presence In the house has a good effect on Doctor Paul. He begins to take a new Interest la life. Visiting the canal boat, Tony finds Reginald Brown there. He attempts . to kiss her. Captain MacCauley appears and throws the man Into the lake. Uriah Devon orders MacCauley off his boat -- w "CHAPTER - DC "With tho 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 declares 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 Katherlne, and takes Tony for a drive. Katherlne is heartbroken. CHAPTER XII. 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 stnd places It - In the sick nan'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 Is arrested and Jailed for theft - . - discovers Curtis' son, and denounces him for the attempted "murder of Doctor Paul. She agrees to say nothing If he will leave the town at once. ' that Reginald CHAPTER XIII. Is Mrs. Tonnibel -- CHAPTER XTV. Doctor Paul formally adopts Tonnibel as his daughter and the cup of bitterness is overflowing for Mrs. Curtis arid Katherlne. CHAPTER XV. Devon serves hls'sen-- -' tence and is released from, prison. He and Reginald plot to kidnap Tony and force her to marry Reginald. Dovon agrees to the deal for five thousand dollars, which Mrs. Curtis In to furnish. CHAPTER XVI. Devon informs his wife he has confessed to Doctor Pendlehaven that she stole Tonnibel from him .as. an act of revenge, and thatthe Pen- dlehavens In their Joy at the girl's recov-- v ery have condoned the crime. The two of them visit the Pendlehaven home. ",Devon gets the five thousand dollars from Mrs. ..Curtis. Left alone In the- - library Devon robs a safe of considerable money and "Jewelry. Unknown to him Reginald is In the room in a drunken stupor. When the girl appears Devon, overpowered by her beauty, acknowledges he Is not her s?father and makes love to, her. He Is interrupted by Mrs. Devon. Reginald, awakened by the disturbance, learns, of Devon's treachery and shoots him, escap-- " Ing from the room. Tony believes Mrs. Devon shot her husband, and hurrlea her from the house. To save her, she Insists .she shot Devon and also robbed the safe. Reginald appearing, the girl declares she loves him and not MacCauley. . I - . '.- - CHAPTER XVTL Mrs. Devon has .. escaped from the house, taking with Tier " the money and Jewels Uriah had stolen. Fearful of what may happen to her husband, however, she returns and disproves '.Tony's story by exhibiting- the revolver whlch-thgirl claims to have used. It Is fully loaded. Reginald, In his fright, con- vlcts himself. Mrs. Devon pleads for the - release of her husband, promising .she - will reveal, to Doctor Paul the of his daughter. The Pendleha- ' ' vens agree and the woman presents Tonnibel to her delighted father. The Ave - thousand dollars Devon had secured from "Mrs. Curtis are found In his pocket and The" tell the truth concerning the complicity of Mrs. Curtis and Katherlne in f the attempted kidnaping. The whole Curtis family is drlvaa from the' house "toy the indignant Pendlbavens and Tony ii restored ts the Mtghted MacCauley. .. "Th&. we'll adjourn and talk It over," remarked Doctor Jote. "Xe aflk a mighty big thing, Phil, wnn .ye demand our little girl wlthoat saw warBlnr." e . where-.w-J-abou- ts - -- -- . sneered Mrs. Curtis, after the four had left the dining room. It happened, much to her surprise, that Doctor .John sought her out within the hour. "Those children have won Paul and me over, Sarah," he said a little grimly. "They're going to be married a week from today. It won't be much trouble to prepare the house, will it? You needn't make a fuss. It'll be very quiet- - Tony can It Took SomelEffortTjn theMan's Part she needs in New Xork on her honeyNot to Shove Her Away. moon. the 'Psalms of Thanksgiving. In the rage that overtook her, Mrs. had ached for a sight of the pretty A knock at the door caused her to Curtisvvished the speaker dead at child she'd had so many years. WX "Didn't Pendlehaven say nothln' close the" book, and put it on the ta- her feet. about sending us up for It?" she asked Kble before she called: "Come In." "The house isn't mine, Cousin At the sight of Mrs. Curtis she rose John," she said maliciously, "but, of timidly. "Not & thing," retorted Uriah. "Not to her feet, startled. course, I'll do what I can, although "I've good news for you, child," Katherlne isn't at all well. I fear the by a d d sight, he didn't! He was too glad to know Tony was his, to choked the woman, and Tony went child Is going to be ill'." Doctor John found Katherlne with make any fuss. Anyhow,, she wouldn't forward eagerly. "What?" she demanded. "Is Phiher eyes dull and heavy, prescribed, let lm. Why, my God! That little ' kid kissed me!" lip" for her, and, before leaving the room, delight Edith exclaimed in "How, don't get nervous, my. dear," announced: "I've told you rnore'n once, Uriah," came in quivering interruption. "But "Paul and I are going- - over to Syrabut you werejiot correctly informcuse tomorrow afternoon to make a she said, leaning against him again, few purchases, but we'll be back on "Tony'd like you if you'd let 'er. ed about your mother. She's she's downstairs." the night train. Stay in 'bed, Kathle, When we goln' to see 'er, Ry?" "Oh, after a while," said he. "After A violent emotion overtook the girl. until morning, and you'll be all supper! She's awful busy gettln' ready She knew then she had never really right" The moment he had disappeared, for a swell blowout. Lord, but she's believed what Uriah told her. pretty 1" "My mother 1" she breathed, her Katherlne sprang- - up. "Sh'e always was that" auswered eyes deepening In color. "My dear "Tomorrow they're going away I You heard, you heard, mother?" she Edith, and she felOnto deep revery. little mother! Oh, let me go to herf" "She's in Unobserved by his wife, Uriah. DeThis Is cried. "Now then, where's Reggie?" rRISH'; day tot you, my dear for all "Darling," "advised Mrs. Curtis, von made ready to leave the Dirty moved to tears by her daughter's dis- Mary for some weeks. So absorbed of us. You'd better dress, hadn't tress, "I have a premonition! We'd was Edith In her thoughts that she you?" Tonnibel hadn't even heard the last better not Interfere at all. Oh, child, paid no heed to her husband's sly actions. He knew they would not dare words. She fled down the Btalrs and if you could only get your mind off that boy! He Isn't worthy of a love to return to the boat with Tony until Into the library, panting for breath. like yours. We've got a nice home " after she had been .forced to marry Her cup of happiness was full to the Reginald Brown. Uriah would glad- brim, now that Edith had come ba"ck "Nice Lome!" hurled back Kathwlfe'foreve'r, She halted, closed thedoor erlne, wildly. "Nice home! Look what ly have abandoned his making his plans, had foreseen and ran Into the room. got! Just hink of her and then but in she's California forests, opposi"Edle, mummy dearl" she called of me! Oh, God, that such misery that, If they met with much un woman, section of country as big as a principality. The light softly, so overcome she could not could be In the world ! I'll never for- tion from Tonnibel, the could handle her. - At raise heryoice. of fatherand son, to hold the Valley give you, mamma, if you don't keep der his threats, Then Uriah Devon stepped from benine o'clock they started for Ithaca, your promise to me." of the Giants against the treachery of Colonel Penand came toa small black bag, and hind the grate-scree-n "Don't say that, darling, don't," Uriah carrying his revolver; In his pocket nington, and the part played by the Colonel's niece in ward her. groaned Mrs. Curtis. "I'll see your place They "Daddy," cried the girl, "where's deciding theissue,make a tale of unsurpassed interest. brother, and who knows," she bright- through entered Pendlehaven whan jmummy? the service gate, and, Where's my mother?" ened and smiled through her -- tears; they passed the garage, the man not. Uriah dropped the bag and laid the "who-knowoods, is but what that horrid girl of tlced with satisfaction that Reginald's revolver on a" chair. He had never will be gone by tomorrow night?" present on every page. The reader finishes withasense automobile was standing ready for seen such a vision of loveliness. The use. Close to the mansion, he placed masses of dark curls flung over the of having lived with big men r CHAPTER XVI. ,his wife out of sight under a rose flimsy dressing-gown- , the small, bare 1 16W O 6TICLL and women in a big country. ankles peeping from the soft blue slipbush. In the Balance. "I'm gofn' In and get Tony, Ede," pers sent- an unholy desire, for posReginald Brown and Uriah Devon " Twas a promise I give session over b'm. What a fool he had were seated In close conference along he explained. the, kid, she could see you alone first. been to promise her to a fellow like. the path that led to the Dirty Maryv You Reginald Brown.!. 'til Reginald had rehearsed all he had Just sit here, s"ee I come ba?k. . Pendlehaven, eh?" don't want to learned from his mother. and shrank back. Continued on Page 6. "Unless we do It tonight Ry," said " Edith shuddered "I "No, I don't," she whispered. he, "it's all up. What do you say?" tlie baby a min-.- . Uriah broke off a blade of grass, Just want to talk totoforgive me before LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL ute. I want her and drew it with a squeak through we go away. We been cussed mean his crooked teeth. COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. B. to that kid Uriah.1 "We'll get the kid," he snarled. n grunting assent,. left Devon made "Mother's awful worried, though," Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, Piano and Reggie continued, "but I told her, 'No Edith slttfng behind , tlie rose bush (Voice. Athletics under a trained athlete. Wholesome environment, Stud-- j risk no gain,' and I'd go a long. ways and slipped up' the steps of the house. on the road of risk to get Tonnlfel A little while before, Reggie Brown, ent body of high moral character. Devon." well filled up on brandy, had descend"Well, we'll get er," monotoned Rates $ 8C.00 a year. Catalogue upon request. for y . look Uriah, with a in -- his ed, to the library to' wait on,, Devon. and th If he hadn't had this thing R, V Bennett, B. A. Principal. bloodshot eyes. Importance of It hadn't weighed "otr "After I'm married to, her?' took up him all tlie long day, he'd have gone the. boy, "you'll tell me who she Is, to bed, his head ached so, but his de eli?" to capture Tony Devon kept tho - "Yep," replied Uriah, "I'm goln' sire fumes of alcohol from completely bedown to the scow now. Good-band fuddling his brains. Inside the library Cbbibibibibs9SE8SHbbibiiiK: Sr v '''tj? be sure to tell your mother to put up taphe stood swaying near the dpo; the sign we spoke of If everything's ping his pocket from time to time to clear for me to butt in." make sure he was armed. Then lu Edith Devon looked up from "the stumbled across the room, threw him .boat deck" as her husband approached. self on the divan and In another moHe sat Jown on the bench beside her, ment had forgotten In n drunken a grizzly smile on his face. sleep that there was any such persorr "Ede," Tie asked, "seen any change In tlie world as Tonnibel 'Devon. In me lately?" Meanwhile, Mrs. Curtis.. was walking "Yes, I have," she returned. "You the floor upstairs, half mad with anxain't boozln' haf so much, and you've iety, and Katherlne, in a state of d been kinder and to nerves, was smoking one cigarette af619 Fourth, Near Chestnut me.-ter another. "Mebbe It's because I've got reWhen, she's gone," broke "God! shopping in is easily accessible, ligion," Uriah explained. "Religion forth the .gjrl, "111 know what happimakes a man repent-fl- f all his cussed ness means!" of Louisville, and we-- would be acts. I'm sorry now, Ede, for the "So' will I," echoed Mrs:- - Curtis. way I've treated you and the kid." "It's almost time for.'me to go down, This remarkable product of CaliHe couldn't have uttered words isn't it? glad to see our many friends and patrons I hope that man won't dismore welcome to Edith Devon. For appoint" us." fornia jumped into fame overnight. the first time In years, she leaned her new quarters. "Don't fear about that," sneered While a clerk in a country store he of Adair county neaa against mm. it toon some eirori Katherlne. , "He's- even more anxious sent a story to a San Francisco magon the man's part not to. shove her than we are. So's Reggie, btit I don't azine. It was so origipal that the away.. The. same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom envy you telling Tony her mother's publication accepted it with enthusi"And matters have took a mighty asm and' printed a query to Teaders big change In the lasttwo days," he alive." t prices prevail here with 'greatly improved facilities, we "I think you might do It" com- as to the 'identity of the author. No 'Ede, I .fcnow, .for years continued. i you been w'orryin your life out ahout plained Mrs. Curtis with a sniffle. "All one had ever heard of him as a writer, - can serve you better than never in your needjfor the anxiety and worry of this thing Tony. I fixed it up' but in a short time the magazine be has fallen on me." v -X Mrs,. Devon wason her feet almost RUGS, "That's because you're so clever, gan to receive replies from the backDRAPERIES WAI2L PAPER, before the last-- ' words fell from her my sweet," retorted 'Katherlne, sarcas: woods section wherein he ved with husband's lips. tlcally. "Oh, go on. down and don't-ac- t original anecdotes about "Pete' and CARPETS LINOLEUM "How fixed it up, Riah?' she as if you were afraid of your own' Several more short stories from his gasped, shadow.. Say, Rege was drunk as pen appeared and then the 'pmhlish-e- rs Wow don't get panicky if I tell you anything at dinner." and editors began to. camp on something," Uriah cautioned her, sly& JT)Isgustingly so," sighed the' moth- his doorstep. His "Cappy Rkka" ly, '"but I went to Pendlefiavea and er as she went out; "I hopfij io the sketches have been, received, with detold him 'Tt:opped the kid, and not highvbeavens he'll straighten up soriie INCORPORATED v. & light in all portions of the country, you, and I .says: Mr, Pendlehaven, day." Tmve been dramatized, put int moyou've had 'er for two years, .and she'a ' First Mrg, Curtis stole down to the tion pkturss and run serials. Pr Market, Street .Foe Mote Than'40 Yean your brat, New keep erj" library. There, ie ".found Uriahjtery ftM, he th Edith fell back a the beach as If standing with, his bat In his baBeU eminent insome short excellent novels, ef ha done the man bad dealt her a blow. grla-nla- g and, as he stfw her, he .made a Best,Store of Louisville, Ky. One of which "Th Valley of the. Giants' "The kid's awf al fond of yu.J h bow. appear probably the beet. eatinued Impressively. , "aad 1 up "Where's Rege? be asked eagerly. is paper. De not miss gs-ss and fold 'er you was llvln', and to- Upstairs, I think," replied Mrs. serially in this any part of it. alght y&n're goln' to see teo J Curtis in iuJow voic,e; Hbad. "She's goln'. to. net married to a safe-doo- Tittle "girl?' buy-everyth- "No, but I'll tell her now,"- .returned Mrs. Curtis desperately. "Here's the five thousand dollars." She thrust a roll of bank notes into his hand. Til send Tony right down," ended the woman and she went swiftly out Uriah glanced about the room in anticipation. He Intended not only to take Tony with him, but everything else of value he could lay his hands on. Edith had often described the valuables kept In a wall-saf- e In this very room. Mrs. Curtis. had no more than closed the door before, revolver In hand, he began his search. An exclamation ot delight almost escaped his lips when the r was unlocked. He grinned at the carelessness of the rich as he flung into the black bag the boxes of jewelry, completely stripping the"safe of Its contents. He didn't take time to look over his haul I That would come later. All through the day Tonnibel Devon had told her joy over and over to herself. Now, almost ready to retire, she was sitting reading the Bible." It seemed most appropriate that on this night she should sing with the Poet N - Ik fM mm 1 " mamatti the'-librar- A Romance of the Redwoods the-Cardigan- to-ji- er. In this stirring narrative of the s, strong men battle for a ws The exhilarating breath the big JtlT q - N -- PETER KYNE ! 1 far-awa- , -- y, 'lK&ftteKft.. fcSoSo. - OUR NEW STORE St better-hearte- 1 ' South right the district at our - - i Hqbbhch Bros. Wellcndorff f - Tje-ve- s; the It-w- nl '. hmmsmmmmm S--J- -- mmwmximx jH li- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS NATION'S-HEALT- H 3. BEINGliUARDED i"SS -- . - -' . ta, . " Government Striving to Bar and Control Disease. KEEP TABS ON IMMIGRATION lasss'v 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb 5 X VP Kill " : "' -- jIUIIy Ul" XLOnNh ---" 5 1 V. Women Graduates f Schools of Household Economics Who Have Had Hospital Experience Are In Demand' as Dietitians in Hospitals of the Public Health Service Motion Picture Film Used in Educational Campaign. "Opportunities ' X -4- L ' " '- - . - ,. " ei p t - am - nowSwy to supply ; young men, oid: " menand boys-- r . ently all are as successful In the business world as they are In the social at the instance of the United States world, for not one of the enterprises "public health service vividly presents they have engaged in has been a the life history of the mosquito, es- failure. pecially of the kind that transmits ma"Mrs. John Munroe, whose portrait laria germs and costs the United' Is shown 'above, Is a designer of lamp States people .about$200,000 a year shades. by so doing. Part of the film is "animated" and part taken from actual MISTAKEN, CHEER GERMAN AJD liferall-o- f It Is lifelike. Most realistic are 'the views showing liow the female mosquito absorbs the Portuguese Think Minister From Berlin Is the Prince of Monaco. malaria germs with the blood of a maThe new. German minister to laria patient; how the germs Increase E. A. Varetzcliwas mistaken and multiply and pervade the salivary. glands of the mosquito; and how the by the people of Lisbon for the prince mosquito passes them on to the near- of Monaco when he went into the palest Innocent bystander, who promptly ace recently to present his credentials to the president of Portugal. falls 111 with the disease. Hearing that the. popular prince was The film was exhibited for the first time at the meeting of the Southern here, the people gathered about the Medical association at Louisville, Ky., palace and when Herr Varetzch apNovember 15 to 18. peared after his Interview with, the Surgeon J. W. Kerr of the United president, gave an enthusiastic demStates public "health service sailed for onstration, bellevlngjie was Europe on November 20 with ComThe new diplomat appeared highly missioner General of Immigration gratified at the cordial reception so Camlnettl to assist In the Investiga- unexpectedly given him by the enemy tion of emigrant conditions In Europe. of yesterday, and probably has teleThe hope la to devise additional graphed the pleasing fact o his govmeasures whereby the immigration ernment. Residents of Lisbon who laws may be given greater force and have learned the facts are smiling over may yet work less hardships on pros- the Incident pective emigrants. Ask Use of Ships for Dwelling Places. Income and Pellagra. Use of seven vessels belonging to That pellagra varies inversely with the UnltecT States shlplpng board, now the family Income in the cotton-mil- l villages Bf South Carolina Is the con- tied up at Matlnez, Cal., has been restudy quested from the board by the Marclusion drawn after a three-yea- r by the. United States public health tinez chamber of commerce to alleviservice. This is the first reported ate housing conditions. restudy In which the lation . of poverty and pellagra are definitely measured. As the Income fell, the disease was found to Increase and to affect more and more other members of the same family. As the Income rose, the disease decreased and was rarely found 1 in families that enjoyed the highest incomes, even though this highest was still quite Jow. 1 Differences among families with the same incomes are attributed" by the report to differences In the expendi& The first story to adequately M 1 r food, Intelligence of the tures for oortrav the maiesty and v housewife and ownership of cows, V v grandeur of the big tree v gardens, etc. Differences among vi- V V v section of California and to llages which were economically similar are attributed to differences In the use it as an effective setting V availability and condition of food in for a strrring work of fiction. V local markets. A jrecent statement by one of the o largest life insurance companies in the United States indicates that the food standards of southern in this principality of the must have improved remark- v v ably of late, for the death rate from v woods, the redwood forests; V 0 pellagra has fallen from 6.7 per an area four hundred miles V In 1915 to 2.3 In 1919. -- hospitals of the United States public health serviceror the employment as dietitians of many women graduates of schools of household economics who have had student training or hospital experience In civilian or army hospitals. The work, which has to do with the victualing of the hospitals, was transferred a. year ago from the pharmacists to a newly established dietitian service. The section has steadily expanded, but owing to the opening of many new hospitals and the enlargement of those already on operation the dietetic personnel is as yet not nearly up to the requirements. Applications for appointment should be made to the surgeon general. United States public health service, Washington, D. C -- are now open in the Business women ny day and society leaders by night Is the dual role being played by several prominent members of New York society. Some have entered the business world because of shrinking family fortunes others, having been active In war work, are loath to go back to the life of the social butterfly. The most recent addition to the society business women ranks, Is Mrs. Charles DeLoosey who has taken charge of the sale of perfumes for a New York Importing company. Miss Elizabeth Mar-bu- ry and Miss ElsleDeWolfe have long been business women. MIsg Mar-bur-y .Is a play broker and dabbles In Oel-rlchs I. have an immense stock and receiving new " . Ti!R7: supplies daily. , I can inferest you in .prices. If you need any--. 4 witK clothing. - "" 5: C ZJ? 3,,-ihin- g -- in. this line,-- ' call at once. r . ? -- r . ,J -- -- . - "r -- r;-13&- -. ? -- '5 a!1' SK",".''S(i-''V -- ' . iTn 'Jr, -- " -- . t .CI. " ' i- . j. ".-Vi!-lS - SHOES! SHOES!! j Fzr -- 13(? VI health Film. A new motion picture film prepared Miss DeWolfe Is well known as an Interior decorator. And apparpolitics. m . J" i .-- 'Z Mv fnrtf nf ffnp w.mvw few .aw uiiu chnoc w mfn aniVhtwrc nroccalanfarl nrUU nnt v ' wja noo owtbblWU VY1L.11 WtttC. "'"' f I u..u. LllClil UUUIll l. - right, andthey are being sold at the shortest profit. I 9 i' i '3i can also accommodate ladies and young 'girls with the latest styles fn shoes. .ff&L - Portugal, the-prlnc- e. i e i i t Zr BUGGIES AND WAGONS. Rid- - ri have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ' ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. r ;.- - ,It .3- matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. - J -- -- " -- - x r- - ' ' ?Ui ' V If , J? "VS- a KENTUCKY. r -- --. . iv . 6r 3 t!k, WOODSON LEWIS Given Second Chance, Falls Down. Some years ago Jessie married George P. Damon of Spokane, Wash. She divorced him shortly on a charge long-suspect- GR.EENSBURG, '5 I a The Valley of the Giants ! ' All Good Comes From Labor. X To the "News: of nonsupport. Then she remarried The good things of life all hlnT and- - now she wants a divorce again on the same charge, plus tsome from labor. La6or is. the creator of wealth, the, founda- Colun bia Barber Shop fcgjBS JMXXR-AJS- X m r fc LOWE I Peter B. Kyne V - to Get Bonus. health, and the builder Watchmakersemployees $500,000 Nationtion of the The 4,000 of happiness. In those pleasant al Watch company at Elgin, 111., were bonus December 21 amounting hours of idle imaginings, we paid a per cent of their year's wages. to 10 A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfaction'and Gratification are Guaranteed. wage-earne- rs great and very beautiful pattern of life, but to, weave" these roseate may conceive y Give us 100,-00- n V width of thirty miles; has V V introduced eventsandhuman Montclair Judge Rules Out Woman'a V V Claim, Against Landlord. V participants well in keeping condiA rat's board, under certain V environwith tions, is not a necessity, In the opin- V ion of Judge Harry N. Reeves of the ment The people are those District court at Montclalr, N. J. Miss V V conquered a wilderness Mary F. Apperson, a worker in the V who and hewed out a path for Newark public library, brought suit against Alphonso Dreyfus, owner of V prototypes of civilization V an apartment house In Newark, to rethe forest giants against V cover damages for falling to allow her V which they prevailed. True possession of an apartment which she V had rented from May 1 last. On that V to its locality and written V day Miss Apperson moved her personal V by one who has lived among belongings to the house, but she avers V V .that Dreyfus refused to permit her to V ' and been a part of the life put In'her furniture until May 15. he sardelightfully pictures, At a hotel in Newark, where Miss it is one of the big books Apperson spent the time between May V ' of American Tomance,acaon 1 and 15, she was not permlUed to keep her cat, and therefore was cojn- and incident. To. know - pelled to pay board for Tabby, Avhlch V Kyne in any of his stories cost her $3 a week. Her sulfwas for V is wholesome; to know $61. Including for the first moving V $6. "The Valley of the Gants" 520; hotel bill, $35i cat's board, judge awarded damages for her The is exhilarating in the highclaim, less the cat's hoard 1)111. est degree. Wetfini to Fray Ball. Girl Arive4 ReadltimThis T Elisabeth Hey, a member of a girls' 9 Akron, O., Decani, a Paper baseball team In ' bride two days before the date get for the wedding o that she mlghtacco- pay 'the team to Pittsburgh, Pa., tous CAT'S BOARD NO "NECESSITY" long and of an average V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 0- ' V V V V V V V V -- - V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V dreams into sweet and valuable realities, calls for purposeful out of labor. We are bonTto work, and likewise we are endowed with an appreciation that makes the enjoyment of the fruits of our labor. One of tho finest pleasures in a life, that is filled with miny pleasures and happy compensations towork and to learn to do that work well are great gifts and fine accomplishments to work, is to live and to give constantly adding new pleasures jwith new achievements. It is much, as it is not what you do so the way you do it. Your spirit as much as youfskill.ypur sincerity as much as your speed. Genius itself is but labor intensified and like all spcial ' success is due moreto-prspiration Dealers Make Big Cut in Shoe Prices. A reduction --of from 20 to 30 per cent in the price of shoes has been decided upon by the majority of retail sho'e dealers in Wheeling, W- - Va. GAINS Income- - X )Kil)K . a Trial and be Convinced. X FOR GUATEMALA . Ft-J- i NONET BACK Increases Under New Fiscal Policy, Which Includes Publicity. An important economy In the con- duct of the jjovernment of Guatemala is expected as the result of a new fiscal policy. It etnbodles the plan of giving full publicity" to the financial operations of the government, Including monthly publication of a financial Sold by Paiill Drug Company.- statement showing jn detail all government revenues and disbursements. The plan has been in operation for some time and the- statement of government finances for the month of September discloses that the iotal InA. come was approximately 50 per cent greater than during the preceding September. The summary- - shows Import and export duties Increased 3,002,(584 pesos; liquor duties Increased 2,775,-45- 2 , DEALER IN pesos, and miscellaneous Incomes, increased 390,297 pesos, a total InGARFORD TRUCKS crease of 5,168,433 pesos. - without question If Hunt's SU falls io the treatment of Eciem. Tetter.Rlacworm.Itch.etc. Dos t become dtacourazed because othn treatments failed. Hunt's SWt has relieved hundreds of such cases. You can't lose ea aw Monev Back Gtiaranttm. T17 it at our risk TODAY. Frle7 For salt) locally by S Used 40 Years t CARDUJ The WomaB's Tuks F. SCOTT m Sold Evtyvtkf r. m 5 - CI -- I I ration., - 4pie. I .Ojir lew Setwl! I i or oTMayirillt. i J. ' 13. '. Awoeia mtyteftiecUd f The five cent loaf qt bread has City. than inspi- reappeared in New York Lord Reading Baa "bn apBrdmg. pointed m Viceroy of. India. H '' May- 2, 31. AND 5 TON j For Low Cost per Ton, Mile, SEE 1, tv H. Jones Vcleflisvy SkwgMo urf Bea-tlt- t s of a wajr)y. British faTtbt V A. F. SCOTT, A JtM!$ (JlGC&f IVjVH AmbaMt-d- w UMStatM. ' Special attentfoa givsu Disease Do meet.' a Animate r OSee at Jle i joct l mile of town, op xettown road. s.. '' ;G. V' C tCbhimiaTKy... Tv - j. fUr ,, V afer ' '5 s -- "f' Y- - I "- - -'- - 2: "-. AICOOTSJ .J5Wf . T" J .- -- -- . ' if rad?8 8boaia "not be and in that party be has many Ld.air CouatV ev fern personal friesds. -- He haa made ' vipejae Huteitoarkftv era have decided fcoruee tfeete a; very efficient officer--, shewing. Jawl a v ,U- Gblaiv6ia Jfsjytacky. be- -, trash as fertilizer. no partiality, his only object ingto see that , the law is enWe learn from the Elizabeth-tow- n Ec.TOS ,i E.MURRELL, will r forced. Mr. Huddle'ston News that Senator Moss is I?S. DXSy HAM LETT. make some speeches over the in f avor of taxing automobiles $2 district, presenting his claims, be' PetaoexaMc sawapapar drrotad to t&a Inter per horse power instead of --the , tfeaCltyef CefcaablaaBA tba.paopla of Adair fore the primary, and ih the present" excessive tax of 60 cents w ikA adJelslBjc cesnUM. meantime he asks his friends to pen norse power, uwners oi become active in his interest. ,?.Catered at the Columba as second machines should organize against mill matter, this increased tax. Mr. T. W. Gradyville Adams, the Field Secretary of WEDN. JAN. 26. 1921. the Kentucky Motor Club, says We are having delightful that Senator Moss hails from weather. Subscription PrlceSfst Iand,'2iid rostal Zone Bell county where the dog vtax 1.50 per, jrer. t E. R. Baker was on the sick All Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00 pcrfyear licences amount to more than A . 5pbscrlpt!on4ne and PayableTin Advance so last week. a day-the taxes paid by the rich coal list for Mr. O. & Pace, of Lebanon, interests ot that wealthy county. Anneuncements. was here thVfirstr of" the week. some speculation as to There is James Buchanan, of For Sheriff. '.1 85 Raymond Driscoll.the whether was calling on his trade robber, who was held in the here the 'first of the week. -lofc.' - GOLUrBIA AND CAMPBELLSVILLE ? i We are,authorized to announce that bank "W?B. Patteson is a candidate for sum of $25,000 by Judge Sinclair Depl. Sheriff "Ed '"Staples? of !iSheriff of Adair county, subject to for his appearance here the first Bliss, was calling on the boys : : ! Leaves Columbia, 4 a. m. and 109af m. the action of the Republican party Monday in March, will be able to one day last week. expressed at the August- primary. Leaves "Campbellsville, : : 12 m. and 8 make the bond. vWe do not Rev. Rayburn was on- the sick . think there is a possibility of him Special Attention To The Traveling Public. fit '. "For County Judge ' list the first of last week.. securing, furWe Take Care Of All Bagage. John Q. Alexander, of Xouie? v- 'We are 'authorized to announce Geo ther, believe lhat if J1e4b.es- - he villle, called on his trade here We'do-first-clas$' T.vHerriford a candidate for Judge of will be, delivejgjl;t the. Jailer; ;of Garage Gurranteeing all our';work to last "week." County Court, subject tojl Adair County., fromthe Louis? th Adir five-entirsaisfaiori. Jf yqSr,Car needs repafring, bring it in while the action of the Republican primary TJe JaiajutJieLMah :tgrm tpf; B. 8. Janes contracted a bunch we nave ampe time to, .give it our best attention. Come early to to be help the first Saturday in Auis cuyc s of hogs last week to L. B. Cain uircuuourx. 3feit:e gust. avoid the,DnngRush.i .5cS ,.P ,f will doubtless be, trie at said term for June delivery at the market AfiyWKere, Night or Day. ,., .For Sheriff. ; We price. of court Si!4 Sr goes bad on you ANYWHEREyrANY-TiM- E, Night or Day, Call 9fT A.j Clifjpn , Page . .and wif eft of After talking with many t r tends, 1 A dispatch from 'Washington Sparksville, spent a few days ' arid :we will hexRiGHTutr?NiflEj'-Joand gfve you Firstoiiass have decided to become' a Candidate saysvthat F&aidehtr elect1 Hard'" Here last week visiting relatives. " w for 'Sheriff of AjJair County, subject Service imS cHarge:ydu Reasonable. ing has paretically decided ?6alf 30OJ5 av 3. .i$ti2tjv sr:'' to the action of the Eepubiican'party '.Mro.,W..S. Baker, entertained . Y?e.,also handle the .best .tire made THE RED TOP EISK. at the primary election to be held- - on an "exfar session 'of; Congress quite a number of her 2Jady "We have given this Tire a thorough fest on all kinds of August 6th, 1921. If ejected I prom-i- s which will convene April 4. It friends of our city one day last adsand f faithful service in. the performance is also said that Gov. Morrow found none to be its equrl, and we highly recommend have week. of my duties, I shall feel deeply will call' an extra session of' the guarantee a 5,000 niile adjustment basis. If you are goingcto Meed E. Williams of Burkesville was grateful to all who may see proper to Kentucky Legislature, and that calling on our merchants one day give me their support and influence. any Tires or Tubes, giveus an opportunity to show you befouyou the notification will appear in the Very Truly Yours, in the interest of gro . om purchase. Call 96 AT or 96 B. public prints in a very short last week '' George Coffey. . . time. The object of this gather ceries. PROPRIETORS Uncle Robert O. Keltner and COtraTY COURT CLERK. FOK Clell Tarter ine will be. it is generally be Stanley Epperson Charlie Yates, two. of our .oldest lieved, to redistrict the stae inHenry Morgan. Bradley Tarter 1 citizens, are able to come to the We are authorized to announce Mr. A to Congressional districts. Bingham Moore a candidate for Coun- likely be post office after mail. Both are of Adair County, sub- new district will not ty Court Clerk looking fine for men of their age. some of the districts -Jects to the action of the Republican createdr-bu- t The work is going right along .party, as expressed at the primary, that are politically close, will be on our new pike. The metal will first Saturday in August. made sure Republican. Mr. O. B. Ester, who bought Henry Bryant, returned to her This is a clas3 law made to be completed on the road from ' F0R COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY help force the farmer to sell. It Gradyville to Union Church in a Uncle Charlie Yates farm, a few home, near Camp Knox. More murders and robberies few days, if the weather contin months ago, has recently moved Mrs. R A Montgomery and is unfair and an outrage. We are authorized to announce that have been perpetrated in the Among other changes asked for has been for the last into their new home. We are little son are better. A. A. Huddleston, of Cumberland United States in the laBt three ues as it certainly glad to have this good Mr. Lander Bryant, who has in the coming session of the next County, is a candidate for months than ever before known week. R. W. Shirley one of Mill- family of people in our town and been sick several weeks, is not legislature, let the farmers orto the office of Commonwealth's At- in that length of time, in --this ganizations see to this point. community. torney in this the 29th Judicial disso well this week. country. - The crimes that town's prosperous farmers and Re- entire trict, subject to the action of the business men was in our midst a W. L. Grady is having quite a Mr. Simon Dunbar, of the Aching joints, rheumatic pains, publican primary to be held the first confront the people daily, does few days ago. He reports every lot of improving done at this State of Washington, visited neuralgia, can be relieved quickly by a not indicate, that the world is Saturday in August, 1921. old friends t this place last week robbing application of Ballard's Snow growing better. The ministry thing moving along nicely, with time on his farm. the farmers planning for another Oor farmers have put in a few Everybody Was glad to see him, Liniment. It is a powerful penetratPresident Harding elect is is doing its duty and godly men crop of tobacco regardless of. the days of sunshine in plowing, did their best to show him a good ing remedy. Three sizes', 30c, 60c and down in Florida watching the and women are diligent in their 81 "20 per bottle. Sold by Panll Drug present prices. burning plant beds and clearing time Co. ships that pass in the day. He prayers but the hard hearted Mrs. Harriet Sparkp, who has Loff their ground preparatory for sinner is not easily moved. In of this place, re retires early. Congress will doubtless pass a been living in our town for the turning the soil. We take it from fact, if you would take bank rubceived a telegram Monday stat bill putting it up to President 'Acccording to an opinion render- bers, and the common pilfgrer, past ten years, moved last week their conversatian that there will ing that the his nephew, Mr. Wilson to call-meeting of all ed-by Attorney 'Genernal Chas. hpng them over a burning fire into the community of Nell, rent be an effort for as large' crops of George Stapleton. a young man I Dawson, women have the right until their, skins were scorched ing the farm known as the. Jeff tobacco, in this community as about twenty years old, was dead nations to consider the matter of disarmament. to hold any office in the State of to a crisp, as a punishment for Rose farm. Mrs. Sparks and her there was last year. Present low from pneumonia. family were good neighborsand prices on the. weed does not disKentucky. A bad wound, burn or cut should be their wrong doings, as soon as This is certrinly moving week we can recomend them to any courage them in the least; they cleansed of dire or impurities and with our neighhors. Mr. Bill - n the reapportionment bill they got their backs well greased community. . are looking forward " to better Floyd and family moved to the dressed with Liquid Borozone. lb again and-- , perpe- " go which passed the lower House of they would heals the flesh with marvelous speed Quarterly meeting-wi-ll convene prices. trate their hellish deeds. property known as the Hurt Price, 30c, 0c and SI. 20. Sold byi Congress one day last week, at this place,. on the 28 and 29 place. ' Mr. Lucian Brockman to Paull Drag c0' .Kentucky will, lose one Ozark. from reading everybody invited to attend. As It will be seen property on the Spring road. gressman after March 4, 1923. Five members of the Binsrham We are having ideal,, weather the our announcement column, this we get it there will be dinner Mr. Cort Bryant moved to Luth- f amily.'one of the most promi-seryed ,on the ground Saturday. again this week. Had some Jn the eleven Congressional week, that Mr. A. A. Huddleston," Be cure of one thing, if you come snow last week, but so far, we er Wilson's place. , nent in- - South Carolina, have of Cumberland county, is a districts in Kentucky, in populabeen mu'rdered at their home'' Unjust To The Farmer to the you will hear some good preach- have had a mild winter. tion the' Eighth' is the smallest candidate for near Pamlico. ing, if nothing else. There isn't much doing in the 168,002. The Eleventh is the office of Commonwealth's sAttor- -' James Gilpin, of Sparksville, way of farming as yet, but our The last Legislature passed an - Jargest. It has a population of ney, in this the 29th Judicial dis- was here one day last week. He farmers ere all talking of plant- amendment to the Tax law which trict. Mr. Huddleston is now 289,766. HB Accept finishing his third term in . said reports everything quiet and no ing a large crop of corn and a works a hardship on the farmer No Substitutes small crop of tobacco. They are If the tobaeco grower, who is 23 George L. Martin, who stole office, and he has practically had wheat selling in his section. foe Our Baptist brethren have call- begining to realize it pays to able to do so, wants to hold his H $260,000 of the people's money no opposition from either party ed Bro. Pendleton for their pas- raise less tobacco, and raise bet- crop over till next year he must jn Louisville, was given ten years in seeking his nominations, and pay takes on it in 1921, and the in the penitentiary. The pun- he does not expect to be disturb- tor for the coming year. Bro. ter grade. good preacher and Mr. 'Jacob Price, who has been same 'law provides that the toishment is light, and in all pro- ed in his aspirations for the Pendleton is a BUCK-DRAUGHT bability he will be paroled befoie fourth term. Mr. Huddleston, and we are all glad to have him living in Illinois the past year, is bacco dealers and the factories - masters visiting his parents at this place, do not pay taxes on it if they as the people of the district to labor with us in theMistime expires. Purely B D know, is a Republican, and bis cause. His first appointment will also his two children, who have buy it, The tobacco condition through-i- t candidacy is subject to the ac- be on Saturday before the 4th been here since the death of The same law relates to wheat, Vegetable fchfl State was much better last tion of said party, While he has Sunday and Sunday following. their mother. corn ana. otner crops, ii tne Mom has been on now looks like much stood steadfastly to the princi-pie- s mi&a Irene Rigney, after farmer holds over, he' must pay H week, .and it Judge N. H. Little year's crop past weekr spending several weeks with her taxes but-thof the food of last elevator is of bis party, he has not the sick list for the m BB and Mrs. will b sold at fair price. The been offensive to the Democrats, so. 1 grandparents, Mr. NevS-1nfMio- r -"- - -- -- Se IKIirSiniOltKMIIiililK Ktf IWKHttttrotttffS -- - Columbia Auto Co. 1 Post-offic- e . or a Camp-bellsvill- e, 1 First Class Garage and Car iMe TAXI LINE -- V- 4 - -- bonsmennw. -- 'it p.m. - s Jork. m IS e give-youservi- ce ; IfJg"bar '"'' m 1 b "- " s. is is is is IS 'iVand 1, -- ;" & - x ' A Kent-Bryan- t, a re-electi- -- siinnnaanHnniiS JH g 9 1 Thedford's g g - -- Liver Medicine I e : ' v t)M . 7i .: YJNEWS Hitfifpelter. seven sons of his father', the late by his Z H. or "Jack'V-Hayjiea- , first wife, whose maiden name was Elizabeth - Thompson. He- - leaves two brothers, two two half brothers, and four half sisters to. mourn his departure. He was a" man with rather a cold exterior, blunt in his speech biit scarcely a warmer1 heart could be found in the bossom'-- f a man. He was a true man, a gentlemen, a man's man. It can be. truthfully said of him, not a truer, and more devoted husband could have been found" than he. He was a loving and indulgent father, a true and accommodat ing neighbor. He has gone from us. to be with his Lord, but we shall not forget him. We revere his name and cherish his memory. Written by his Jas. F. Black. , " son-in-la' .. ' --- ; -- ,:.;i.. IlfL Bes. Phone n3-- B. :Mfs.;W;.T- - It-i- s FomrWjprtrl, Tax? s4 Jand, gardens. time to "clean rubbish from the. It will not be Jong ustit;; t BaslnesiElioD:l-- A 7 b 4 tion, which every officer recogr nizes as being most d;f6cult would be to have in, every c5ty or town throughout the Sate? men that have the power unoear the law to stop and question and! hold, if possible, any suspicions man, or body of men, who be seen along the streets. $ long as we do not have sufficient peace officer 3 to make .n Good Work. of a law a possibility Vt T Tneootfngof 'anegro by a" the best men to carry out thfe -' line of action would be speciaTbffider dressecl hi women's e,d, conservative citizens whc clbtffesives pron1i&eVfof J willing' to assume the obligates? rom atiahtdlerable;' Und the risk anofth crtHiHncirieiits;6l the the towhT for the welfare of? 'tfasfeelc. nlaSes --lorier Relieve thedtrzensorKentucfcf3are at' If the various communis its' least endeavoring to prevent so throughout Kentucky w.oult ?brmi just such committees as ha? many crimes.' fse$ f wswitis "t formed at Lebanon, it would, we Ehere have been three attempts believe, be the almost instant at,assault made. in. Danville decision of the crooks of the? and women were afraid to country that it is most advisable? walk, in certain sections of the bleto give Kentucky a wsle? city af.ter dark, unattended. berthsLexington Herald. There has been,-i- n Lebanon a and who a pirtitfon, enlarging the main room fare "attending school t ' Camp volunteer vigilance committee YOU temporarily at CaQe Valley, were in and the whole of the interior repaint- present. CAN'T formed of not less than one hunbellsville this winter. WedEfes3ay! Columbia last ed, making her store a very invitipg Rev. Will Rowe of Edmonton -- 4 m dred men, who have agreed to ' Mr; A.D. Patterson ha been con- place DODGE was calling at the of Rev. Levi. Obituary. arm themselves and respond fined, to his room for the past week, " My througnbred Jersey bull is now Hagan's a few days last week.' suffering with rheumatism. promp ly to aid the police, day ready for service. Fee, $1.50 at the Sunday School at Chestnut The My heart and hand all but fail and night, , should any attempt Once in Awhile Your Blood ClDgs; Mr. M. D. Decamp, of Terre Haute gate. I will'not brake this rule; Grove is progressing nicely with me, as-- I attempt to chronicle the be made to rob any of. the banks and Your Vitality Runs Down Ind., who spent several days with Jo BaTbee, splendid attendance. An institu death of my dear friend and or business houses of that city; Mack Willis, has returned home. 11.10b Columbia, Ky. E." Colej Biirkesyille,,and Mr. tion of this kind should continue father-in-laMr. J. they have adopted for their slo- THEN TAKE ee Miss Ella . C. Farlee Mrs TV. E. Morgan, Waterview,' made a throughout all seasons, and every But I will take courage and gan, "Fill the graveyard, not a business trip to Columbia last Thurs- Dice) in sending her check for You'll Pick Up Again Quickly Witt "I have been in Biverton, one should consider it oneof our command strength, and address the jail. day. Plenty of Red Blood myself to the task. Neh., twenty two years today, Jan 18, heavenly duties to attend. The action of the citizens of Mr. Ernest True,5 Worcester, New Copuscles. 1921, and have not missed a single He was born in Ru3sell county, Lebanon in forming a vigilance Mr. Shelby Gibson and wife, Tork, and Mr. J.-- B Doolittle, same copy of the. News during that 'o now natives of Illinois, are visit- - Kentucky, September 22, 1850 committee will keep crooks away city was in this locality last Wednes Physicians nowadays take & blcoc time." "' day. ing relatives near Keltner and And on the evening of January from that immediate locality and test when you are run down: Tfrsy Mr. J. T. Goodman left, on a busi 8, 1921. he sank peacefully to if the motto wliich they have, count Find out how long it will suit m to Toria, for a few days, thered corpuscles in your blooc? ness trip for Oklahoma, last Mondav credit you. If the terms don't suit you sleep surrounded by his wife and adopted, "Fill the graveyard and If these are too few they give yot5 Noah.Reece of Breeding was morning. He will be absent about get your creditlelsewhere. at the home of his Uncle J. H. daughter and other relatives and not," is adopted throughout the tonic for your blood. It happens rigS"-alonsix weeks They are always on the locs- friends, who were deeply devot- State, the lawless element will W.. I. .Ingram. Breeding, Friday.' Messrs. J. 3J. Keene, P. A. Madison, out for indications of weak blood: soon hfied the warning. Before and Attorney Press Sandidge, Burkes-- , Many of our subscribers whose paid Tennie breeding spent the ed to him. Why? Because they know when? n conditions will be adjusted so as The following Sunday ville, were here last Friday, en route time expired the first of the year, night with his sister, Mrs. "J. C. yoor blood is weak your resistance $b to Frankfort. his body was taken to to make the capture of the visit- disease is low. Tour vitality and' enhave renewed, but there are many Reece, near Breeding. Mr. Clyde Crenshaw and wife, of more who have not sent In their rethe Baptist church, here in Rus- ing crooks a probability, there ergy quickly run down. Mrs. Alma Harvey and son, Campbellsville, were here to "attend mittance. We would be pleased to sell Springs, where Rev.Roy will, most undoubtedly have to You can tell when youris Venus, spent Thursday at J. H. the funeral of Mrs. Crenshaw's aunt, have them so do at their earliest weak. You look pale, feel twsdj Hadley of the Baptist' church, be a state organization. The auBreeding's- .MJss Eliza Todd. and Key. T. J. Wade of the tomobile makes the commission You are not ill,, but you don't fee Mr. J. N. Coffey has been quite sick right. You don't want to do thingsu Mr. L. A. Harvey and grand Our sales for 1920ere by far- - the Methodist Church held 'funeral of the crime of robbery far eastwo weeks. He is not confined to largest we for That is the time- to take the ve32 ; have ever had. We will son, James, spent, Tuesday night services, after which, it was laid ier than it was in the past' and known tonic, his bed,, but his whole system seems to try to makel92l another record breakat J. H. Breeding's. to rest in the Russell Springs makes the detection of the crim,r v be out of order blood eor--', Pepto Mangan builds-reer. In a few days we will be receivMiBses Zorado and Ada 'Roach cemetery to await the resurrecpuscles. Physicians have prescribes Mr. and Mrs Bollin Browning and ing new purchases'of stock in all deinals far more difficult. Saturday night and Sun- tion Morn. their little son, Charles, of Louisville, partments. Prices will be the lowest spr-n' A "spotter" for a band of bur it for thirty years. n day with their cousfns,.. Misses visiting relatives in Columbia" and that 'cash can obtain. is sold in liquid auol are He spent all his life" ip the glars, representing himself to be form. The medicinal valesoufrin the county. Ina and Vina Akin. , Russell &Co. .county of his birth, wth the ex a salesman, a stock buyer, a tablet exactly the same. Take 'either ifcwS Mrs.. W. H. Wilson and Miss Dean Reverend Levi rlagan is, on ception of four years- - which he book agent, or a trader of any you prefer. Bat be sure you gtt Mrs. Mattie Vance Dead. Busseli, of Campbellsville visited relthe sick list at present. '. 5 spent in the state of Missouri,-befor- description, can make" a prelimn "Gude"&,w atives and friends the latter part of his marriage: .He, was inary survey of. any bank or The full name. "Gude's Mr. RollinCole was in ColumThe subject of this notice died at the week, in this city. should be on the package. Ad Jacksonville, Fla., last Monday. She bia Thursday. 1 most happily married January 1, store in any section, of the State ilr. and Mrs. Chelcie nBaiger, .vertisdment wasa native of Adaircounty, adaugh-tearrived last J'nday af ternoon, Mr. and Mrs. J. fH. Breeding 1885, to Miss Mary J. Darnell, of of Kentucky, at his his leisure i, of Mr. and Mrs. Milton .J Murrell. called home on account of Mrs, the same community in which he and without danger of detection; -- England's idle people noye? spent Sunday with Mrs. BreedHer brothers, Dr. J. N. Murrell, of father, Mr. A. D. Patteson. was born and reared. To this then, after finding what the number 1,000,000, and so far ih& place, and Judge T. A. Murrell, of ing's mother, Mrs L, A.lHarvey. Henry Hancock, who .has been this Mr. Louisville, left Tuesday to attend the Revj.Hagan and Roach re- union three children were born. hours of the 'watchman' are, if Government and Labor parly' engaged in Louisville fo'r several funeral. We have no particulars and turned Monday from the Lone Two died in infancy, but one there is a watchman, and at have failed to reach any agree- months, returned home last Saturday an article will be written later. survives him, Mrs. J. Fi Black. what time 'tfie robbery can be ment. Star (in Metcalf) community. """ night, and will be here for some ime. His wife is left lonely and with most successfully pulled off, he They accompanied Rev. Rowe. If your children need school bceks Collins s. Mrs. Charlea Pyle t, Births. a broken heart, but not without can notify the other members of and school supplies give them the esfl--i of Mr. and Bndgewater, daughters ai far as Edmonton' hope, because he died in the the band who, using the automo- to pay for them. I do not sell Mrs. J. S. Breeding,, have been dis tftera To the wife of Ben Kimble, Janu Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jessee have hospital, at JLouisJ triumph of a living faith; charged from the bile as.a method of transporta- on time: ary 22, a,daughter. returned from Rockport Ind., .' W. 1; rsgrasi. ville. He professed faith in Christ tion, can leiaurely come from one To thewifeof Alvin Martin, Jan. where they visited Mr.. Jessee's Mrs Minnie Bunnell, of Horse Cave,A 22, ason. ' about forty years ago at Mt. of the larger cities of our neighSix armed bandits,, after kills-in-g during the holidays. sister ot Mrs. J. IS. Murrell,? arrived a To the wife of Prank Cooley, Jan. parents Pleasant, under the preaching of boring states, enter the town at two officers in a bank at Bsopr T7 J. Pa'tton made, his regular few days ago, and will makjlwf .home A. Baugh and Jesse L. Murrell, the hour designated, accomplish son. City, Mich., walked off with $40, with her sister, having lost her Columbia Thursday. To" the wife of Ulysses Garrett, Jan. trip to' and united with the Mt. Vernon their purpose and, in the ordi- 000 weekrgo. about three in cash. L. WEngland was in Colum- Baptist Church. But some time nary course of events', be back 22, a'spo. 0.. JP White, of.Darh&m, jK. S. bia Thursday. after that he transferred his acfoeStthe river and in safety We have a good assortment ol arrived the first of last wee to spend The Columbia Auto Company Jias a andBoys suits and overcoats, (caafcaw? News. .conspicuous "ad" in membership to Liberty, at which the following morning. uo toy with- reltlvei vtf I Jwve CMtMKfs tfcat it'i a made suits) that we are selllspafc S They tell what they will do for the fce7 wb pkastre t creC FM MtK ft ic plate, it remained till his dath. - Wt brieve that the most efmaaufaetarers prices: traveling thr ivm not a more popular matron have to say.public. Read what they r He wm the third son of the ficient way o;eombt this' condi CIRussell i-g. her brother, Mr. W. T. Todd, who is early vegetables should be in the from at present located in Ohio, arrived ground. Persons who .have not .nut -v tsfutevllle. last Wednesday to be' at the bedside out their onions should do so now. "Jfr. Say Plowew.has returned from of their auSt. Miss Eliza Todd, who Spring Dress Ginghams, standard; Uitchfield. was critically ill. , brands 20 cents per yard. Mr. Sam Cook, Rowena, was here a Russell & Co. few days ago. Hot, fresh roasted peanuts, in Co.Mrs. Rachel Shearer, wife of Trabtiei Mrs. Helena Williams is thought to lumbia again at ' "' G. Kasner & Son. 13 2b T. Shearer, Jr., died at her home, near tW'some better. tovvn.-jas- t Sunday afternoon. She !Tr. W. E. Lyont Campbellsville, County diploma examinations will was a victim of pneumonia and was' washere last Friday. be held in the. Superintendent's office sick drily a few days. Mr Paul Grlder, Bussell Springs, next Fxidaygind Saturday. 'Vl-& m. ' j was here a few days ago. , and his deputies are For fresh Home made candy, go to now riding-jove- r 4r. F. A. Thomas, Ba$pre,-Md.-v the county, serving " 14-th&bakery. .' ': preparatory was, here a few days since to circuit papers : . ;."" iicourt which"' will convene the first vMr. B. Whltls. Somerset,- was' in. ? 'Do not. forget the services at the '" Methodist church next Sunday, fore- Monday in March. ItnowMooks like this place a few days ago, Mr. T. 3. Jeffries wassfclc all last noon and evening; Slides will be used the criminal docket will be quite at the evening service. week, confined to his roonY The reviyal at Blaira, school house, conducted by Rev. Edward Aaron resulted in per ,f haps a dozen conversions. Oral Helm who has been in Cleveland, Ohio, for several years is visiting his parents, Mr,, and Mrs. G. W. Helm. ... Mrs. J. C. Reece and Mrs. CharleBMurrah are suffering, the former from a broken arm and the latter from broken ribsj received respectively as a result of being thrown, the, former from an overturned Jbuggy and the latter from the back of a. scarry horse while,, returning fronj Miss Julia Eubank has had a wi:e I Mr. C. T. Stults was outfrom Louis-VfiFoi? Sale. ' night services' at Blair's schodl- f a few days of laslTweeki fence erected in front of her residence. house last week. ''ilr. R, L. Durham was here, from It is" quite an improvement, r A good roomy house, comparatively. Gfeensburg, last Wednesday. Mrs. W. 0. Grider who Our shoe department is full up with new, 3 acres of ground, alL necessary 3Mr.W.T. Price made a business vis. dependable shoes at the new spring outbuildings in the town of Columbia a broken leg in, falling Two pair of good work mules. Tftfs-- from a ladder last Senteniher Lv. itypMetcalfe county last week. prices?" '' . Sr. Earle WilliamSj traveling salesproperty will be sold right. See Russell & Co. siowiy recovering. man-, spent Sunday in Columbia. - J. or Mr. Frank Taylor of Kansas Mr. S. L Coffey, who lives in the" call, phone, 187. tHjf. W. K. Settle,' Louisville, made Is upper part of the county,. s 5j now City is visiting, his mother and aJjusiness trip to Columbia last teaching-a-t Uvalda, Georgia. Toria. hA sister, Mrs. Addie Taylor and fje'j?r aHi if- - 1 Miss Jessie i21 Taylor. Home'gYown cldver'seed Tor sale. and Mrs. Jo? Z. Conover, Joppa, Z.K. V. occupy only v wwjtehoppingin Columbia, .last Wed-- t $l5 00;pBrjbMhel.5y Mr. J. P. Clayton and family,, ro.:Hx - vlpromiseto x neitday. W. IFeeseT small space, Jf,the ,kind Editor have moved to their property on 'r rv a sr' ' e!ne"Ykey;sKy '' '"v.iJ1'"permit me. f'.. M,f. B. F. Needham, Charlestown, will the privilege ox the Stanfrdd pike near Columbia. Indmade a busirJes fcrljpf to this' Columbia' Chapter ISo. T; Royaf giving a few ..items from the. Qur community regrets very place last week. Arch Masons, will convene next FrU- - Huairlt'liltretown of much' the loss of this excellent 3ffs. W. C. Murrell was taken quite. day night. A full, andanc is.de- - Seemingly, Toria, the best place - ., - t. mem mucn iamny anai wisnes lL ilM'ast Thursday Tiigllt?4mt she has sired 'Ty.fa qff n t v on the map,; is to some extent hanrjinesa in their new hfrrriW1 W about recovered. 80 Ilfil-re tnegleeted, as--- idotft see many "Mirs Corrine Rippetoe,, tfife" y will not pnt your Miu G. W. WhUJCDJEJfllMr. G. lis- CampbelFsville were in Co- Ledger if yoaldoa'i pay ynrR eld ac? writings from this .place. . So n ! .' accomplished esimable and v ten! Toria readers, ''Lets count in fall. Don't ask me. lumbia a few days since. 15; Rippetoe Aof daughter of Mr. busy and make 'our county paper OKr, Charles Santera, fObklahoma, W. I, iRiram. visited thefaraily of Mr. interesting. Health is fairjy' Crocus brgtfier of Mr. Corte'rSDjders, Tisited "'it R;'T. Bennett. Miss Sulia Eubank has enlarged her hefeSthe first of the week, good in this, community consid- -' mlllineTV apartment 'by removing a ering the unpleasant weajther at Misses Lula and Margie Antle - Mr; Mrs. Bay Conover, are Alvin Lewis is t at home, Dr. J. N Murreli . DENTIST -. -- - -- Office, Front" Rooms Jeffries BT?& x UP STAIRS. , COLUMBIA, KV " SheriH-Sanders -- 4t -- - . e je-ceiv- ed my . 'm rr'-- i rj- ,- ih&,&a-forceme- nt Fri-da- y; p. - cool-head- reliev-inJrDanvj- lle '' - 14-- 4t - y, sotray, Es I gt re-cen- tly s ' ' " - IT w. PEPTO-MANGA- &. 1 g. after-ternoo- - r. - Pepto-Uanga- n. t -- Pepto-Uanga- L" - : s ithtr-genui- '- - e Pepto-Marjga- Pepto-Wau-gan- ," Cor-bi- n, r Bar-cer- 's and-Mr- i . -- - bus-baa- d 2a NT. - xM yr ij-Wb- e to-day- 's se 4-d- ty's intlwtowm -- .T - - " ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Coatwsed trem Page 2. J v . -!- - r if- - i "Tony." he' faltered hoarsely. 'I've you all these years. live liMlliMaUnd conttoMdTww '"Snore's, "asvbedv .In j.11-- Hn jcr&mw'- -' JSfcJ'KSiVtV. "" "" ".uk """ Tonnlbel dodged his outstretched Kalherine took a long breath of ex- poseTll be arrested. If he dies" arms and flames at anger leapt Into citement She burst Into broken sobs and her eyes at bis words. you know you'll be arrested, crouched lower. "Don't - "But my mother,' She exclaimed, you wicked girl?" she ejaculated. "He's not going to die," Paul told "trying not to cry out. "And executed!" Interposed Urs. her softly. "He only has a .slight scaty "Never mind her, Tony, nevermind Curtis. "Katherlne, call the police." wound. T3o put that worry out of your any one," commanded Uriah. "The A Catherine made for the tele- hea"d. . . . Tony, don't you Jove me fact Is, I ain't your daddy at all, I'm phone, a motor car driving up to the any more?" not any relation to you " , Love himl The agony vIn his voice house stayed her a'ctlon. Her hand Then he snatched at her and, as dropped from the receiver when Phil- made her fling her arms around him, r pIk tried to flee from him, caught her ip MacCauley came In. For a moment and she clung to him shivering, enIn his arms. One long cry left her he didn't see Devon. With a quick, treating him to forgive her, not' to -- " lips and Edith Devon heard It plainly flashing glance, he noticed how pallid cease loving her, for she'd die If he -L EOKD COUPE did. deathlike his Tony was. out there under the rose bush. How and .many times she-ha- d fled to an appeal "Child dear," he murmured, run"What have you two been saying t Coupe is surely the Salesman's car Thousands of them In deadening ning his fingers over her curls, "you're like that from the same llpsl In an- her?" he demanded suspected something like going to steady yourself now and tell moment she was In the room be- tones. other "I bought every year by firms employing salesmen. fore Uriah's red month had touched this, and and got away as soon as I your father just what happened I ' Tony's' face. The girl saw her and could. . . . Darling girl, don't look a time, because they know, P Many firms buy fifty or one hundred screamed : He had not finished when his eyes at me like that" Ford Coupe increases the efficiency of from experience, "Mummy! Mummy darling Moth- Mrs. Curtis was fully herself now. caught sight of the safe. He stared ' " I er dearest Take me away a minimum oft expense. salesmen "The wicked girl has shot her own at its open door, and Doctor John's The words were strangled In her father," she told Captain MacCauley, gaze followed his. Then the latten tl roat, for Devon was forcing her making an effort to keep the satisstrode across the room, and for a long Contractors, builders, collectors, solicitors, physicians all find Jip:id backward with his strong fln- - faction out of her voice. "There he moment peered into the opening. most convenient as well as the most economical Coupe gl"S. is, dead on the floor 1" "It's empty I Everything gone," he Edith's eyes caught sight of the reThen Philip saw Devon- - In horri- muttered, turning slowly, and Philip purchase price, lowest operating costs, among motor cars. Lowest volver where iier husband had placed fied amazement and disbelief his gaze exclaimed: h- - In a twinkling she had it In her with backed by Ford, Service organization-coupl- ed came ba"ck to Tonnlbel. "That's why she shot him, Jack. He hands. Lifting it; she ran toward the "Darling," he said, and he went was stealing! Tony darling." and the s these of the car Ford for smurgllng pair. swiftly to "her. "I don't believe a speaker went down beside the girl, r r "Take your hands often. Tonnlbel, word of It It's all a He 1" "Tony, did you find your.fatherhere?" A Business us send you a copy of tells Urlnli," she hissed. "You dirty, lying Tony flung out her hand. didn't see Mm take anything, You fooled me good you whelp I doc "Don't touch me, please don't I" she Philip' she sobbed bitterly. Her eyes business service! what other concerns have learned about - Drop 'er, I say, Uriah Devon." did It, and were' looking at him, but their expresmumbled. "I told her let-u- s have At the other end of the room a tall I I I did." order today. The demand keeps better sion "told him they didn't see him at "lov arose, out of the shadows;. Tony's She backed away from the out- all. Another problem was tormenting the order they are recieved and growing. Orders are filled had aroused Reginald Brown. stretched arms. her. Her misery was being addedto He stood swaying, rubbing his head, limited a specified each our allotment "But you couldn't have," groaned by the minute. So impatient was v trving to- - remember where he was. the boy. "What happened? Oh, God I Philip to have the matter cleared that "I'm done with you, JDde," he heard Won't someonetell me what hap- he spoke harshly to her. " Devon utter. 'Tm done with you for-- pened?" "Tony, you know where those Jewels "Mother has told you quite plainly, are," said he. "Tell us Instantly 1" fiur. Tony's mine. I've just told 'er I wasn't her daddy, was a fool to .Philip," gulped Katherlne, noticing Then he ejaculated: "That man has INCORPORATED Reggie Brown could have 'er. He with a thrill that Captain MacCauley them upstairs." myself." steps Tony can't; I'll have 'er LUMBIA, KENTUCKY. had not covered the few He was out of the room In a flash, un"Put 'er down," gritted-Edit- h had retreated. "She said jshe Mlled "and an awful silence settled over the der her breath. her father, and no girl admits such a three until he was with them again". Almost lifeless, Tony was hanging thing as that unless It's true. Heav"He hasn't got them," he faltered. ""from Uriah's arm when suddenly ens, there's Cousin John and " "I searched every pocket in his through the room a pistol shot "Cousin Paul," fell" from Mrs. Cur- .clothes. But I found this wad of sounded. tis, who looked as if she had turned to money. There must be thousands In During the broken statement Philip The moment his gun barked, Reg- stone. it I" inald, now sober, saw Uriah Devon He passed the money to Doctor MacCauley had dropped Into a chair Not another word was uttered bj and covered his face with his hands. throw up his arms and crumple in a that silent group of people until after John. is sold at a modFirst: heap on the floor. He saw, too, the the two doctors entered the library. Doctor John was gaping at her as If "It wasn't in the safe," said the laterate price. You save when girl stagger forward and sink down. For a moment everything was con- ter, thoughtfully, slipping It Into the she had struck him, but Doctor Paul-w- ell, you buy it. he simply reached out He had committed murder, perhaps, fusion. Doctor John forced Mrs. Cur table drawer. and. for an awful moment, he Imagined tis into u chair when she tried to fling Jier bands. Second: I?, hes more than the His words struck a new terror to "You're lying again, Tony," he Interhe was going mad. A scream rose herself Into his arms. With every Tonnlbel. Edith had robbed the safe, r- -3 strength, ovVr 7 1 grimly. "I don't know why, to his lips as a pain shot through his one but Tony talking at once, neither -i then, Edith who never stole unless she rupted' her yea ucs less. thercorc, head, but he bit savagely on his tongue he nor his brother could understand you've said Is a but I'm positive all was forced to The shudders and held it back. If he was discov- the meaning of the seemingly dead ran over her brought a feeling ofthat fearful lie, Reginald, have you ever Third: There are no faireTony to marryyou?" ered ' he would be arrested, and If man on the floor. always makes the bellion to Paul Pendlehaven. Philip asked ". The boy smiled broadly. Everything "Will you all keep still, all of you?" groaned and' began to speak, but the sweetest, most palatable of was working out splendidly for him. shouted Doctor John, in his bombastic rtriptnr wnvpfl him to fillnnrp. foods. "Yes, and her father promised her voice. "First Paul, let's see about I "Tony," he said sternly, "there's to me," he boasted, "but I didn't know this fellow here." s Foitrfli: It is used by mil- something "oeneath all this, something until tonight she really loved me." leading 1 3 iioiiS oi housewives "Tony shot him, If you want to you must tell me. Do you know where Tony shot him a look of hate, but know," Mrs. Curtis dared tilling out the things went that- - were in the domestic science teachers she lowered her eyes Instantly. She and cooking experts. Doctor Paul gave her such an awful safe?" dared not risk Paul Pendlehaven seelook "that she quailed beneath It To deny it wouldjje the same as telli "He;s not dead," he said after a ing that a third person had been there. ing her revulsion. But It was to Reginald's credit that hasty examination of Uriah, and one To admit it would forever place her dry, tearless sob burst from Tony. De- beyond the pale of his love. Yet there he believed she spoke the truth. His wouldn't aUow'him to think von. was Edith and Uriah, whom she had vanity otherwise. "You might as well own up the sworn to protect whole thing now, miss," cried Mrs. "I'd like to talk to her alone," he "Yes, I know," she whispered. Curtis, after the wounded man had said crisply, directly at Cousin Paul. I know," she repeated louder. are peculiar creatures. --r Why, been carried out by the doctors and "You'll tell me," begged Philip, "Women Philip. "It'll be better for you in the hoarsely. I've loved her over two years, and to i,y ftiiS iftS-.- ' "Great Heavens, child, can't Philip believe she was erfd." you?" think she made you see how awful it looks for Tony didn't reply, nor did she look going to marry him " "Yes," was all she said, miserably. "So she is," snapped Philip, raising at the speaker. Her mind was followDoctor John was wandering aimlessing her mother along, the boulevard, his head. ly abotjt the room. The mysetry that yes, even down the lonely forest-pa- th "When Tve done my damnedest to had hung over Tony Devpn ever since get her to Kiss me even," continued Mary. Through her tanto the Dirty been with them was deeper MacCauley's overlSbklng Reginald, gled thoughts went the question, If she had than ever. He felt like shaking the ejaculation. "You remember youris the best Baking 83 Fifth: Uriah wasn't her father, who was? truth from her, for the sight of his Phil, what happened that day on How she dreaded to face Doctor Paul n given cirv brother filled him with' self, 92 with his Infinite kindness, and the ap rage the boat" iiire Food which did for the moment obliterpeal she knew he would make. Never Caluzaet Exposition, Paris, France. "Don't repeat it" cried Tony. "Oh, "Mummy," Said the Girl, "Oh, QodI before had he seemed so dear; never ate the past two "years In which the Nut Cookie all of, you go away. Let me alone. I girl bad been the one bright spot In Sixth II rente 'jzzczfly cuch You've Killed Hlml" Recipe had Philip MacCauley been so far their home. want to be by mysejf." ingredient; P3 have been oGcidly J cup butter, as at "You want to be with me," contraapproved b7thsU;:ited States Food Devon died fle dared picture "the away length this minute y2 cup sugar, 2 "Then if you know, Tony," Doctor dicted Reginald, and he whirled in JuAt she lifted her bead and Authorities. no further. Shuddering," he future ecK3, V cup John ejaculated, "just out .with It bilant ecstasy on one heel, then clicked slunk back, crouched At the head of rested her troubled eyes on Mrs. Cur Your father evidently didn't take Bakinj 3 fiocr.l level tea The ikizzt his'feet together: "You loveme, Tony! spoon cajumet the divan and remained absolutely tis. Powder at the meet economical BskTng Powder, "Please don't tell my fatherrl mean them" Interrupted Tony. You do, don't you?" Bcrgain That quiet cost "The "I did," 'about-yo- ur cup chopped saying my The dark head made an almost imTony struggled to Ji ?ett stared in Doctor Paul, Goes into the Kitchen Today." "What for?" was his bitter retort. nuts, 1 teaspoon was to perceptible nod, but Philip in his Jealfather, then jnother Curtis here," she moaned. Mix, plain flour wi'h pure baking vlld a'.iitzvment ut lemon juice. considered the request "My brother gave you permission Mrs. mother, who was" standing rig- quickly. at her Then mix in the pov--wear them whenever you wanted tol" ousy saw It " r t jstezul of using uncertain regular way. He got up as if he were" an old man. idly speechless, the revolver hanging Tony Wouldn't answer. She was bemixtures. Then yaitwill know your "Perhaps that would be best," she The youth had gone out of him. from her fingers. coming hopelessly entangled, more so bakicps ae pur ar-Plain really thought she was, Tf she doesn't love me and never "Mummy," cried the girl. "Oh, God I answered. "I flour cannot be or I wouldn't have told you so. It with every word she uttered. !'"- has," he muttered dazedly, "then I'd ,.JLL !"i You've killed him, Edle darling "God, I'd rather have given them all might bring trouble to her, and that better go." Still the woman didn't say a word. would be dreadful for an Innocent per- to you," mourned Doctor Paul. "I InT He waited for her to speak, to deny She only gazed at the speaker tended to, anyhow," Tony snatched the gun son." "If your father dies, Tonnlbel," said her words, but the fearful expression Doctor Paul went directly to Tony, in the gray eyes turned upon him coiv. arrestfrom her hand. .when, followed by his brother and Doctor John, sternly, "you'll be "Mummy, fused him still more. groaned. ! mess 1" "Edle," she What a Ilk into the room. ed. Oh, Lord Philip, he came "Yes, go," Tony told- - him, rousing sweet go right away, before any one He tried to draw back to her feet. awful," muttered Tony. ,"It's her "and and never think of me comes. Tou've killed Uriah. , Go Simultaneous with her assertion, herself, "I'd rather stay here, please." she Reginald away; go away, I say." and again." Brown opened the door looking up. There was silence In the room as he She grasped .Mrs. Devon's arm and said, without In the room when the minced over the threshold. Perfectly was "Who went away, but no sooner had the door door. Charleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, hurried'her toward the porch man was asked Doctor John, certain now that Uriah had but a tern up her ' "Run." Tiissed the girl. "Get back staring at shot?"Curtis and hej daugh- porary wound, and that for the loveclosed than Tony flung a"forIorn,-.lit-arms saysr "I have nev.er had to use very much medicine, Mrs. to ihe boat quick. Don't ever say a they bore Tonnlbel Devon, bis cousins and sank unconscious in because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste ter. - word to any one." Then Tony spied tle heap against Paul Pendlehaven. dein-twould hush the matter up, he had mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would he "Just Tonnlbel, as far as I can find termined to make his plea openly to - the little black bag she'd seen so of- would and take a dose or more of Black-Draugknows CHAPTER XVII. Picking it out," Sarah answered, "Heaven on the Dirty Mary. the girl. straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. .1 don't want to be up .she thrust It into" her mother's that Kathie and "Tony," he said, coming forward We have used in our family for years mixed up In such a thing as this. It's Payment in Fult bands- .- "Here! Take this, too. Oh, with a macnanlmous swagger, "I'm. the perfectly disgraceful." Edith Devon, with the small hlack .. "mummy; kiss me, kiss me!" one In this house who loves "Then go upstairs." shot back Doc- only " upon the woman bag in her hand, crept out of the PenI She flung herself you dlehaven garden, unapprehensive. She "You-He,- " frantically, kissed the pallid, impas- tor John. flashed Philip, as Doctor vanquishLoath not to witness the sive face again and again and then ing of their enemy, the two women John took a step toward his young had ho power to think no desire Jto go anywhere or do anything. She linshoved Edith out' upon the dark porch. cousin, but the girl's expression reluctantly. gered about Pendlehaveti place until ,It was while Tony's whole attention trailed out of Tony's resistance, Doc- brought him to a halt She was lookIn spite Vas centered on her beloved ing at Reginald with eyes that seemed the morning dawned. During the hours his-arabout her. preceding daylight she studied over seized the opportunity tor Paul placed Brown him. "Can't you tell your father about It to him to burn holes through here you the events of the afternoon and eve1 to sneak stealthily from the room. any one "I've never told pleaded. "How did you hap? The nervous women in the upper dear?" he m ITeggle," she faltered, nlng. As her mind cleared, all her pen to have the gun In your hands, and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. p. part of the house had n'ot expected drawing herself forcibly from uoctor love for Uriah rose up and clamored leaving came and what did he do?" It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my out to help him. She remembered to hear the piercing scream that "I just shot him," sighed Tony, Paul, "and and I took the things system in shape, and. has never weakened me as so out on the floor as If he as it was repeated ears-fln- d, him stretched fe" to" their dully. She was too exhausted to say of the safe to help us along'when "" fe nmore than once with such terrible to many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am wers dead. When the town below bewas there to when: " anything more. What gan to show signs of day she walked glad to do so." Black-Draug- ht slst;ence, Mrs. Curtis, followed by is the old, reliable liver Reggie stared at her, amazement explain, after all? The only sure "way Pendlehaven place and slow-down 'the stairs. z- "Katherlne, fled medicine which you have doubtless heard much about spreading over his countenance; he back Into herto save was to Insist she, . Tony heard them coming, and a self, hadEdith the shot When you feel badly all oyer, stomach not right, bad felt, a swelling in. his chest, an over- , Iy. up to the bquje . fired brought surging love lor her mother whelming awe and respect for her. taste in your mouth, bilious, or have headache, try A strange, strangling sound came n CONTINUED ON PAGE 7 from the loyal resolution Black-Draug- ht "L didn't, teU yon to steal," he blurt-eall Druggists. At Thedford's from Captain MacCauley-- Then he . -.-young heart She was standing over " r responded, Toa- -. when Sarah Cur-- bluiled out: the proetrafe Uriah "I know yoa didn't," "Tony," darling, please don't ai there ? Gtlli'Curei, the Bppranor was rushed madly in, and ti Do, iear. Blbel, amid the terrible sllenci that that ray. "Tell its abeut shot Bay father," gasped Tonnlbel, Oh, frlendsr "bat .We married in Jlisneapolte to "I we all .bad'fallfn'pa her you know how-muJ.W ""loekiBf at Mrsr Curtis, 'her fingers love.don't coHidat get aleor witfcet saeeey, so - ", T yo?" . " Stmuek. 1 .Iecked tightly evw the handle of the Mimpaaiat, know.?. AlCye,and mocej r took the the Cowrta PauUs " ,j SaS"lS2lte Wage's JentHHHher?" came from Mrs. Cartls' lips. Tonnlbel didn't1 answer for a then she shook her head. "Shfc hasn't been herel" she swal- - j Her own devotion to 'him was almost forcing the truth from between her chattering teeth. 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Oh, say I did It." fright "Won't say any such thing," mutEdith advanced to the middle of the tered Uriah. room, holding the little bag In her "Of course he won't Tony," exclaimh'and, looking first at Doctor John, who ed Doctor John. "We know, the truth tried unsuccessfully to recall where he now." had seen her. and then at Docfor'Paul. Tonnlbel got to her feet pulling hermy man, my Uriah'?" she "Where's self away from Paul Pendlehaven. asked hoarsely, and John "Oh, you can't arrest my poor little recognized her and rose tohls feet. mother," she cried. "Her whole life "You got my husband here with a bit I must help of lead In 'Im," went on Edith, mo- has been so miserable. her. You must you. Philip n ; I want notonously. "I want jo see 'Im fhillp got out or nis cnair, Dm uoc-to take 'Im back to the, boat." tor John put him back into it again. For the space of thirty seconds, per"Wait," he whispered Into the boy's haps, no one ventured a word. - Then, ear. as the woman swayed, Doctor John "I want to tell you, everyone," went leaped forward and put her Into- - a on Tony, fiercely, "that I'll swear "til chair. The bag dropped to the floor I die my mother " beside her. Tears began to flow down Paul Pendlehaven took the speaker her cheeks and, with her sleeve, she by the shoulders and forced her face brushed them away. up to his. -"'Where's my man, my Uriah?"" she "This woman, here, your mother," "Give Mm and he waved demanded again fiercely. his arm toward Mrs. back to me, mister, and I'll Where's Devon, "says you didn't have that gun the pup that shot 'Im?" in your hand, and It's loaded to the "Wlio shot him?" cried Doctor John brim now. She didn't use It, either." Edith gave him a peculiar look. Reggie's jaw dropped. He made a "Reggie, Reggie Brown," she whined. dash for the door, as Mrs. Curtis "I saw Um, and Tony, thinkin I did screamed. Doctor John ea'ught the It " fleeing boy and wheeled him around A sharp cry fell from Dr. Paul n to face his mother. "It's a lie I - didn't," he mumbled. "Tony vowed she did It," he gasped. "Oh, my "Jjoor IJttle girl ! She didn't "Where'd I get a gun to shoot anyone? ' This woman did it herself. I even mention your being here." saw her." "Tony's like that," assented Edith. "Then you were here," cried Philip. "She wouldn't peach on a dog." Mrs. Curtis acted as' if she were gocame to her side with Doctor John ing to faint, but, "as no one .paid any one long stride. "Arejara ready to swear Reginald attention to her, she slumped back beBrown shot your husband?" he de- slde herd.aughter, who turned away contemptuously. manded. "That settles one question," com"Of course I am, mister," nodded mented Doctor Paul, grimly. "You Edith. "He was always runnin' after Tony, and she hated 'Im. He was shot Devon, Reggie," and the boy sank right over there when, suddenlike, he Into a chair beside his mother. "Now," banged a bullet smack at my man. continued the. doctor, "who robbed the That duffer, the dirty pup, ain't fit to safe? To know that her mother hadn't clean Uriah's boots. When Tony pushed me out of this house she says, done the shooting relieved but one of well, she says, 'Run, mummy, before Tonnibel's worries. Uriah wasn't hurt somebody gets you,' and I was kind a much anyway, but the doctor's question brought vividly to her mind andazed like and ran away." Just then Philip flung Into the room, other danger, not a whit less serious. Edith was certainly Involved In looting room. "I'm half crazy," he exclaimed and the safe I "I told you once,"- Tony began then stopped, seeing Edith Devon, but he was so filled with misery that he weakly. "Child," Interposed gave no further heed to the stranger Doctor Paul, and went on hastily, "Jack, Paul, "you'll shield no one else I shudder happened If there's something behind that affair to think what might-hayour mother hadn't come here for her of Reggie's 1" . "There sure Is," said John Pendfe-have- husband." His tones were low and stern, "Sit down, boy. We're just getting at it This is-- Mrs.- - Devon." though much moved. "And my man," she insisted, strugHis eye caught sight of the black gling up. "Uriah always was a d n bag at the same tlme-hi- s brother's did. fool, mlxin' up with swells like Reggie Doctor John opened it ancL amid an Brown, but I love 'Ira; and, mister," appalling silence, took box after box she wiped her face and, shudderingly, out of it appealed to Paul Pendlehaven, "if you "Plain stealing, he growled, and give 'Im to me, mister " then he stared at Mrs. Devon In "We'll see Tony first" he Interruptamazement "What'd you bring 'em back for?" he questioned. ed. "Walt" While their cousins were with Edith paid no attention to Doctor Uriah's wife below, Mrs. Curtis and John's query but addressed her husKatherlne were talking over the events band. of the night "Uriah, now you went and done it "If Tony'll only stick to what she's again I" She turned to Doctor PauT. said," Mrs. Curtis ,was repeating, "You got everythin' back, give me my "nothing could be better. She'll prob- man. He didn't know what he was ably go to jail, and Reginald will for- doln', sir." get her." "Then he'll be taught a lesson, the "Rege's such a fool," commented the same, as Reginald will, madam," reglrL "I wonder if she really did say joined the. doctor. "Ever since your she loved him. She simply couldn't daughter came to us, she's been In care for him when she has Philip, nor dread of your husband, her father. after knowing he tried to kill Cousin Once he was sent away, and she had PauL I'd like to know what's behind peace. This time he won't come back In a hurry." It all." Tony received the call to the Doctor John reached Into the drawer library listlessly. Nothing that any- - of the table near him and produced We roll of bills that Philip had found on Devon the night' before. "How about this, you?" he Inquired" of Devon. "Where'd this come from before It was In your pocket? While we're at it we might as well clear up everything." The center of interest, Uriah Devon shifted uneasily In his chair. He had discovered the loss of the money but is had not dared to make any Inquiry about it Hastily he ran over the situation, and it appeared to him as hopeless as possible, but five thousand dollars was a good thing for a man to haveT whatever his position. If Mrs, Curtis claimed "the money, her connec-- . tion with him would come out and that might make things easier forhlm. If she didn't he'd have the cash "anythen-Doct- or " Pen-dlehave- n. Ceatiaue. froa Pago 6 whole I her children, and Uriah Devon. John Pendlehaven. whose anger hnd been steadily rising, suddenly stepped forward and brushed his brother asider That evening when Tonnlbel anil "I'll take charge of this now, Paul." "You're too d d easv. Philip were alone together, the young he stated. Here's where you treacherous snakes man said chokingly, "You don't fora ko to jail," he Included Uriah and the moment Imagine I ever believed yo Curtises in a sweep of his hand. "Ev- did that thing, darling? I went away ery one of you!" He turned savagely because I thought you didn't love me upon Reginald. "You little pup." lie any more, that you never had loved charged swiftly, "you tried to poison me. You don't think any other way? "No, dear," she answered gently. Paul, didn't you?" He crossed to his "No, of course not!" side and towered over him with upThe boy pressed her to him, and, raised fist "Own up. d n you. Didn't as they whispered so low, no one ould you?" , Reginald cowered, slipped out of his hear anything, there Isn't anothei word to record, except that Tonnlbel Penclrfflr and attempted to sh'cld himself dlehaven had everything the world In Mrs. CurtiK arms, who leaned N could give one little girl. over him. THE END. J -pro-tecting- ly consnlpur between Mrs. Cuctl1?. straightened up from his chair and grinned sheepishly. That we be," he agreed, "and IH try to show It" Devon FINDS OLD VICTIMS OF INFLUENZA ARE SAFE ' Study of Disease Shows Definite Immunity Will Last for Several Years. Ma Influenza attacks carry with them definite immunity to subsequent at- horror-strickeI- "You Little Pup, You Tried to Poison Paul, Didn't You?" - ve n. that his brother went to him und flung an arm across his shoulders. "Are-yo- u lying?" he thundered at Edith. "If If Sit down, Paul. Let me " "Where's my baby?" quavered Paul Pendlehaven. "Does, my Uriah go free, questioned Mrs. Devon. "Yes, yes," consented both brothers at the same time. Tony had dropped to the floor. Now that little Caroline had been found, she could no longer, be a Pendlehaven daughter. Edith went to her and knelt beside her. "Here she is, sir," she said In husky tones, lifting a tearful face to the men, "and you couldn't have a finer girl In the world. I ain't goln to say for you to forgive me, sir, but you've had 'er over two years Tow, gimme scot-free?" 1 Hrlahand we'll go." ' Tony threw her arms around Edith's neck. What a change two minutes and a few words had made I She seemed'to have taken on a new dignity as, with shining eyes, she said to tacks, lasting several years," according to conclusions reached by the public health service after intensive study in the homes where the disease was epidemic in 1918-1"Inasmuch as the epidemic of 1918 and 1919 affected so very large a proportion of the population," the statement by Surgeon General Curaming added, "there would seem to be reasonable grounds for believing that even should 'flu' become prevalent here and there (this winter) It would not assume the epidemic proportions of the last two years, nor would It rage in such severe form." Gen. Cummlng pointed out how ever, that there was no way of de m'tely foretelling "whether this winter will witness any recurrence of influenza In epidemic form." He added that it was "unfortunate" that the public took such Interest In "spectacular ei derate outbreaks of disease" and was "'so little moved" by the "dally occurrence of preventable death." "Of the 1,250,000 deaths occurring In the United States annually at least 100,000 could easily have been prevented by the application of available medical knowledge, lie said, pointing out that 15,000 annually died of diphtheria despite the .existence of an effective antitoxin which could have prevented "practically every one of these deaths." Another 10,000 deaths were due to typhoid fever, he said, in similar circumstances, and there were 400 "entirely unnecessary" deaths from small9. pox. open-mouth- Paul Pendlehaven: "Father, darling, whatever It was that separated us, I want, oh, how I want to do something' for the only mother Fve ever known." Of course, Doctor Paul consented; he even did more. He got a promise from the confused Uriah that he'd turn his back on the old days and "old ways, and begin again with such, aid as the Pendlehavens would give him. While Doctor Paul was settling the fate, of the Devons, John Pendlehaven had been sizing up the Curtis family. They were grouped together, lingiug to each other. "Reggie," he ejaculated, "I reckon' you did a good Job when you stopped Devon with a bullet last night As for you, Sarah, you and your children aren't safe to have In the house. HiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiHiiii TEXAS "DAREDEVIL" STARTLES BROADWAY iimmiiiiimiiiniimiiimiiiiiiniiiiiKMiii how. 7 7 7 . W. T. PRICE,; Agent Columbia, Kentucky! "All .Kinds of Insurance- ' J- - KaeKKKae&KXX KKKX2&K -- XKHeaeiOKK: I ;-- p I. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE International Made:io-Measure Clotfies. -: Second Floer, Jeffries BuKdiBg. jyfuitttjff ' ii - tMMMMMMMIM "That's mine, mister," he grunted, "and I didn't steal it, neither. Give it to me." 9 The same considerations had been 7 chasing through Mrs. Curtis' mind, and, In the general cataclysm that she Tony Received the Call to the Library saw 'before her, she concluded the money might be very necessary for Listlessly. her'and her children. one could say now. would make her "Don't let him have It John," she 7 Nothing! screamed. "It's mine."HGive it to me." lot any easier. Nothing Philip her new father, kind Uncle ' Doctor John arose and stood beJohn, all Jiad vanished in the waters tween Uriah and holding of bitterness that had overwhelmed the roll of bills in bis hand. Amidst her. the closest attention of the rest of the room seemed full of people group, he looked from one to the. other, The when she crept timidly In. Uriah De- while the claimants indulged In adis-put- e. von, with a white cloth tied around "You give It to me. didn't you, his headt lounged In a large chair. Uriah", roughly. asked Mrs. Curtis and Katherlne were seat- ma'am?" ed, rigidly erect side 'by side. The "Didn't you?" girl's gaze passed over their glaring ' "Yest I suppose I did," she acknowleyes and settled on Philip MacCauIey. edged, "bat you haven't done what you Was that a saalle she saw lurking said you would." . . 'around his lips? Of course not He "'Twasn't my fault" Uriah grumcouldn't smile when she was cb bled. "If that fool of a sonof yours -X She shivered as she met hadn't butted, In and shot me, I'd tak'tremble I Reginald Brown's .eager .eyes, and, en Tony like I bargalaedia." 4fenttef back a lob, sbe'went to Paul Then Doctor Paul Interposed, aad PeadlehaTea fcscasse fee bad held' his a fSw-- questions, sjeraly put aad catehad out, t ben Then 'she. faw her gorically answered,, discovered, the 1 MrS".-Cur-tJs, -- Herel" He stretched forth his hand and offered the five thousand dollara to her "Here's your money. Now go, and take Reggio and Katherlne with you." Mrs. Curtis was so ullerly overcome that she could do nothing but sob, but Katherlne took the bills from the doctor's hand and turned to her brother. "Come on, Rege," she muttered. "Help me get her out of this. We better go." She pinched her mother's arm spitefully- - "Get up, mother. Quit that crying, and come on." The others watched them leave the room, and then Mrs. Devon spoke up: "We're next, Rlnh I "And we're everlastingly grateful to you, Doctor Paul, and you, Doctor John, for lettln us go. Ain't we, Riah?" "I I was drunk," he excused himself, "and' I thought" he whimpered to his mother, "I thought you wanted -- me to." Capt Charles N. Fitzgerald, erlal-Is- t, -- Then Edith projected "herself Into the excitement again. She glanced at Uriah, hereyes melting with tender- nessr arose and stood looking at the Pendlehaven brothers. "Mr. Paul," she said In a low voice, "don't you remember me?"1 Paul looked her over with no sign of recognition, and his brother turned away from Reginald to observe this new development 1'No?1 said Paul, and be shook his -- I ln-su- head. 'JNever mind I That don't matter 1" was-- the reply, "but I'll make a dicker with you. You glveme my man for keeps, and Til give you your girlr Caroline. I'm Edith Mlndlll" You could have heard a pin drop, so deep was the silence. All were looking st the haggard woman, facing Paul Pendlefcayen, who was rising mnstead-Hy. and daredevil, who Is in command of New York's air police, perf. nued daring and thrilling stunts qn V p, of one of New Ygrk's new skyscrapers that fairly raised the hair of persona watching from Broadway, hundreds of feet below him. Dancing and walking out on narrow steel girders, hanging By his hands, standing on hfi head, and other thrilling stunts, were nonchalantly gone through by Captain Fitzgerald, "just to keep In trim," he said. Hl agility and daring made even the most hardened Ironworkers at work on the building, gasp. Captain Fitzgerald's home Is In Te'xast. The "accompanying" photograph shows him "putting" one of his stunts. Broadway can be se'en far behair-raisin- g low. "GlverBe ay man," she repeated. "Doa't sead Unr to jail, and Til give ' yoa year girl." Pawl bad beceiae m white t Doctor Scandiavian-America- n The Bank at Ticom ma closed by tb Bask Exanuaer. $4,000,000 inttitutk. ht It-i- s a 4 . iJT'Writi 8 ADAlR COUNTY NEWS. Tfcebdore Price, editor of the the likes Tmd dislikes of the important, but not always essene - Gjmiiirc'nd Finance, of New other. It is" the time to overcome tial: A woman may and cret out York, Has rhe- - following tdsay mannerisms and jnabits?' that rteir. of this continuous occupation xelative to business conditions offend. d If more young people would go enough results to satisfy fairly giow and what to look still-continu- oil Year Ahead. ishneee. It is no - time to learn that this to.love-herrhusband love shall be returned; much that might otherwise only . add to our burdens. Thisisthe.rjoint: --That if we want to keep ourselves from making too much trouble, we) The Louisville : 1 must have van occupation, and int marriage realizing tha't it her demands, while at the same there is no occupation quite so to: time that ungrate fuFand unwor sanitary as being in love with The year 1920 started out, in a depends on themselves-absoluteltblaza of optimism and specula- whether they make a success or thy gentleman has outgrown his somebody. te! enthusiasm. It ended In failure, and not on some ethereal love for her and treats lier with I say "somebody" advisedly, &o ession and disappointment. forces flying about in the clouds, indifferent 'and scorn. So you in preference to something. For What has happened is what our devorce courts would not be see that love may be if a man is in love with only an and yet produce much that-ievTybody expected, but the ex- so busy. Lebanon Enterprise. idea or a theory, it may run m. m satisfactory. Indeed, quite away with him, of pected has arrived, and ahead but if he Where Children are Marving most of its benefits come, from is also in love with somebody, for "those of us who did not the fact that it is one sided, for this love acts as a hallast or a, jreduce our inventories and sell Austria-Hungar- y In an$ when one side of it ,is exactly corrective to keep him sanitary. st curitieB before the decline in there are 1,000,-00- 0 equal to the other, it is very inprices caught us. If you succeed at being in love, War orphans. Five thousand teresting as a spectacle,, but onyou can get away with almost Rut it is important that we of these have been wandering ly as a spectacle and not because t uli realize that the wealth of anything and this in spite of like animals in the Ruthenian it leads to any development; or country as measured in Eb' high taxes and prices and poor mountains. as one might say "makes for business and a general hell raisV';nga 'rather than money has In the Baltic Republic, there progress." The love of Romeo ing. And as a rule, you can get mf V decreased. We have just as orphans. Many thou-and- s and Juliet was about equal, and away with almost anything, and uiurri land as formerly. It is as are 150,000 jfc?. will be unable to attend therefore Shakespeare had to put productive as ever. The human this in spite of .high taxes and school next year for lack of a tragedy into it, in order to and prices and poor business.and rctpy is available. There are his result. . shoes and other necessary clothgeneral hell raising. And as a rore men and women who can ing. The best mitigation of our in- rule, you can tell who the lovers Upon the whole they are Poland has 500;000 orphans, dividual troubles is to love some- are, because they are never too filet pr educated than those who Speeded them. We have more the majority living in refugee one, no matter whether this love busy with their occupation to is equally returned ornot. , . use the word love much fjchels of wheat and corn, more camps instead of homes. They are not continufsle3 of cotton, and are better In Roumania there are 200,- - The main business that a girl has'ori-han- d when she is courted ously saying "I love this' and 'eq lipped to mine and manufa- 000 orphans. y cture than at any time previously; has 600,000 some by some ardent: young man and "I love that," Tor the thing we i If we had no money 'and ex- living in devastated villages reciprocates, is to keep him from talk about the least. knowing how much she really changed the things that we pro- from 'which aclults fiave fle'd Lately there has been a wave duced for those we needed we In Soviet Russia there are loves him. Most girls do this of crime sweeping .over the counvery well. It is not exactly an try, largely operated by thos should have no consciousness of three tdfourmillion orphans. depression, for there would be These figures vouched for by a art,, because they don't have to who have never learned to love acquire it. It is there. They anybody. sicne. Bulletin of the American Relief The present distress, which is Administration reveal a tragedy, do not learn it in college or in When the highwayman 'or the largely mental, is mainly due to of childhood probably uriequaled correspondence schools. It in- midnight burglar thrusts 'a gun volves no previous process of into your face he doesn't do it the, fact that we measure our in the history of the world. training, one -- of that kind of with a song of love in his heart. wealth in money and delude ourThrough the European Relief drudgery that we have tO'imder-g- o Millions of children are starving selves into believingthat we are Council, Herbert Hoover is askpoorer because our "money will when we "fit" ourselves for in Europe and the Orient because ing Araericrns to give $33,000,-00- 0 fy y more today than it did a any regular occupation. Her those who have never learned with which to save young man is always beinj:- - dis- how to love anybody have been year ago. the lives of 3,500,000 children. I we can but rid ourselves of A appointed, thrown dawnqnjv to engaged in the more material vonnnfrihiifinn man ha aonf tn this delusion it is altogether any Bank in Kentucky. Ad. be taken back.a8ainj,t proisdy cation of hate. proVuble the history of 1921 will the right moment . As soon , as The love"rs are always builders. dress Richard Bean, Kentucky reverse that of 1920, and that the courtship is over, and mat- When two people fall in love Treasurer, . European Relief rimony sets in, then the c tables the next twelve months will coin- Council. their minds begin to dwell on a tremendous crescendo cide with areapt to. be turned, and the the vineclad cottage, the crackmovement in American business To drive out worms that are eating weman is in danger of putting ling logs in the grate fire, and away the strength and vitality of too many of Jier cards on the ta and industry. the patter of footsteps on the your child, use While's Cream Vermi 1 is entirely a question of ble. When we know too much stairs The revolutionist deluge. It espeis the worms without and work. about the object, we are in love stroys injury to the child-- - Price 35c Sold the home that 'love has with, it is likely to to turn to by Paull Prug;Co. first erected. Marriage: sawdust in our hands. Still, The great difficulty with the WERE YOU EVER IN LOVE? So many marriages go to many people can retain their love pi. ces on such tiny rocks that it for sawdust, if they have enough lovers is that they have never organized. They work singly or , seems a oity with two pilots at If Not; Get "Busy and See What gumption to keep it from runthe wheel these rocks cannot be ning out. So much, in an off- in pairs. Their forces are scatHappens." , avoided Perhaps the fact that hand way, about love in general. tered. If they' should combine they could easily conquer the there are two pilots is where the By Thomas L. Masson, of Life. Now in this' beginning month world. ' All f the critics would , trouble comes in. It is now about the middle of of;a brand "new and doubtful then, not be destroyed, ; but made 1' As a rule sensible thinking winter. Observers, across the year, in which we are fidgeting n over into useful people. And all people have some little time to a iihink over matrimony before water in the direction of- Russia about our income tax reports and the trouble makers would be so tell us that European civilization woddering what in thunder is busy making it so easy for oththey accept it. But the mere dying. is In America, the pes- going to happen to us, it is imers that as trouble makers 'fact thatltbey were sensible in simist is subjecting everything portant, to remember that they would vanish. other things seems to make them that comes his way, no matter who are making themost osethere heads when they You can," individually, start what it looks like, or really is, to trouble in the world are those marriage. They have anywhere. .Begin on loving some his acid test. The necessity of who to love. plenty of evidence on every side handsomeperson. using due disfalling in love with someone is, 'of the pitiful mistakes that have therefore, now more imposed up- ' You never see a Bolshevik go- crimination as to whether she be ' ing about with apet lizard in his .' teen made yet this in no way married ,,or not. Love almost on us that it might be in less sheltering1 arms. You never anybody, 'serves as a warning. just for practice, to distressing circumstances. hear a fanatic or a reformer IDven when a man has so little get your hand in. Take an easy When you love somebody, and impassioned disas to contemplate going sense somebody loves you, your atten- course by repeating the cute say- lesson," by loving a ,dog or a Niagara Falls in a barrelhe aver' quite-surto be diverted ing the baby got off jday before horse or a baby or a boy. After profits by the mistakes tion is at leHt a while you can make it harder. otters- - have made. Not so in from matters that might other- yesterday. You ever see the You may get so after long prac- wise be intensely disagreeable. highbrow critic professional Matrimony. Each one of us Jtice that you canlove a geologist Main street a political economist, a Some ladies are so poverty walking along ihinks'he will be; the beautiful bank exception and that life will go stricken from lack of love that swinging hands with some beau- .president, a real estate agent or tiful girl entirely oblivious to the even an edvertising ' on in one rosy dream of happi they have to fall back on hairle-man. I ex dogs, or animated aggregations world-wid- e consequences of such pect to love both an advertising mess forever and aye. -Well it cant be done when syou of white fluff, upon which they a vulgar act, Even the society man and a business man and a are dealing with human nature waste an interminable measure woman, who cannot exactly be business manager some day be- and the sooner bur young people of affection. I once knew a la- said to be setting the world on tore, L get through, it my dy who derived much comfort fire, is rendered more or less Strength holds out. "realize that fact the better. pet lizard. harmless in what might --other ; Tie first year of married life from a You can even get so you can ' The fact is, you can love ai. wise be a pernicious activity, by love an editor. Most people, esfoundation upon which the ii the Fluffy' 'whole structure rests. It is a most anything when confronted the fact that her pet dog peciallyif they are like my and as a by necessity. - Everybody has an Ruffles, in his little silk lined friend Upton Sinclair and othptdodof' adjustment pink ulster, is trotting contenters, I might mention if I had the rale there is just as muchv ad appetite for loyj, which constantaide aa ly makea its demands, and it edly at her 'heals, entirely obliv- - heart, imagine that editors are. justing to bedone on one human -- btingsand apand aiothtr. It ia no time for self-- likewise warns to be important ioua that ha ia aayingna all from for-war- COURIER- JOURNAL The Great Paper y it of the Southland J one-side- d s en-tire- ly Ie isably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found "' the champion of clean government. 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