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Our Slogan is, "Every Methodist woman a member of the Missionary Society." We believe it is a duof Its most influential members ty of every wojaan who accepts the homes. the teachings of Jesus Christ to join a The v,ery best people in. Greensburg To Burley Tobacco Growers. missionary and do their part in trying Interested themselves, showing! the troupe marked courtesy. Their friendof the to redeem a lost world. The last There will be a ly disposition was highly appreciated tobacco growers of Adair held in the command of our Lord applies to His by every member of the play, and up- court-hous- e next Saturday afternoon diciples of today as same as to those on their return home the hlstoilo old at 1 o'clock. Every grower is inter- who were present when He gave it town of Greensburg was praised for ested, and if they will attend they and if you love the causa for which the kindly manner in which the com- will learn "something that will be He suffered and died, join in and help pany was received and patronized. worth much to them. After this us with this great work of sending There was not a jar during the en- meeting the Farmers' Union will meet the gospel to those who are less fortutire evening,- - and when the curtafn aud elect delegates to the State Con- nate than we. Foreigners are coming dropped many ladies and gentlemen vention, and will transact such other to our shores by the thousands aud made their way to the stage, and businesses may come before the Un- we must christianize them or they will paganize us." They are a part of were very profuse In their compli ion, s God's creation and we, who have the" ments of the composition of the play .A O. Young, Secretary. light are, in a large measure, responsiand the faultless manner In which it head is dizzy on stooping or ble for their eternal welfare. We do was rendered. There were many former" students rislnguddenly and everything turns not have to leave our native land to of the. Lindsey-Wilsosome of them blackjaefore the eyes, you have a tor- do missionary work. People who living miles out of town, who were in pid liver. Take Herbine. It is a know not of God's power to save from audience, praising the school in powerful' liver regulator. Price, 60c. sin and superstition, and the idol worMessrs. A. Z. Monell and P. A. the Ad v shipers are not all on the other aide which some of their happy days, in Sold by Paull Drug Co. Krause, Los Angeles, California, were of the seas. We have them at our years gone by, were spent. Paid List. here last week for the purpose of invery doors. I fear sometimes we have specting certain oil acreage in the Fair Warning. The following are new paid subscrib the wrong name Christian America. southern part of Russell county with the ers and renewals since our issue of last The president of our Missionary Counprofession over four or five nearby a view to operating in that field a Tuesday. cil says; "Without a doubt, America Some good advise to Farmers. Now counties? The writer can remember little later on. They expect to re- I Jas. McClure, Myrtle Lester, Edgar is the greatest mission field in the Did you know that the greatest fad when they were frequently called Inturn here sometime within the next Is the time to sell your Good Tobacco, W. Reed, Gobel Clayton, Dr. 0. S. world." deem I witlbthe ladies and a source of it a privilege to have to Wayne and Clinton counties. few months when they contemplate unless you wish to take less or hold it Dunbar, S. C. Brockman, A. G. J. part in sending the light Into the profit, is embroidering dresses, the beginning of development work.in for an indefinite time. In a short That Timoleoo Cravens, the father piano, 0. Hood, H. B. Garnett, P. dark, benighted corners of earth and table and mantel-- 1 scarfs, cenMr. M. Cravens, was one of the of that section on an extensive scale time the the upper counties will have H. Ingram, Mrs. W. E. Jeffries, Mrs. telling lost men that Jesus Is ter pieces, chair tidies, sofa pillow the Way, noted Democratic politicians of KenDr. C. A. Doolittle, of Portageville, their crop marketed, the manufactur Patra Bryant, Sam Murrell, P. M. the Truth and 2 the lfe. He is detops and many other pretty things for tucky, and often made speeches 'over the home and for sale, with the Pa New York, one of the prominent op er Will probably be off the market, Bryant, Miss Bettle Gilmer, Mrs. H. pending upon ub, shall we disappoint the State? risianArt Embroidery needle? Its a erators of the country, arrived here and you will be left entirely without W. Cundiff, S. C. Hoodr Dave Willln, Him or shall we, In the beglnnlng of Geo. Alfred Caldwell was the G. C. Wilson, Geo. O. Barnes, J. M. this new year resolve in our That fact. Any lady, or even a seven ear the latter part of the past week to order men. hearts we most brilliant Congressman ever serv old child can learn to use the needle make a survey of this territory, and Russell, Mrs. Puss Williams, Alfred .will do more for Him gthis year than park tobacco sold over our floors Murrell, Mrs. Lena Paull, Charley we ed from Adair county? did last, and if we are not memin five minutes. More than five thou- he will no doubt begin development work in the local field at no distant Moiday, Jan. 3Istt general average Cole, E. E. Cole, Dr. T. T. Baker, bers of Jhe j Missionary Society, put That General Frank Wolford was sand needles sold in Columbus alone. Mrs. Yenie Cole, Mrs. Mary Cheat- this resolution Into action by - the most patriotic? A needle, with full instructions for date. t . $7.92VBarley,.$9.78. joining ham, Mrs. Sallie Traylor, G. D Par- - andservinga.Him in this way? Can That Nat Gaither, before he re- using and a nice sofa pillow top, A report comes from Albany, Ky., -. "Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co., rish, Mrs. Rena Paull, Mrs. John you not give Him an hour or two of moved to Harrodsburg, was thj most stamped ready for working, will be that the Russell Oil Company, LouisCampbellsville, Ky. G. W. Hayes, J. C. Brown- your time each month; jltwelve " very sent for only one dollar. Circulars ville, who have been operating' captivating speaker at this bar? hours 4 ing, Robert E. Phillips, T. B. Lasley, in samples of thread free. Address extensively in the fields of Eastern year,Jto serve Him in this It is easy to get rid of the misery of That no lawyer ever wielded more and cTP.-BelT. E. Wag- capacity? Come tolthej church at 2 Mrs. Rachel V. Thomas, 3260 River Kentucky will move several drilling heartburn or Indigestion? Herbine Elijah Melson. influence in his practicethan the late rigs to the Beech Bottom section, of goes right to the spot. It drives out goner. p. m.t February 8th,' and study with Road, Columbus, Ga. Judge Jas. Garnett? Clinton county and the northern part the badly digested food "and makes us, the HIstory the need of RedempThat at tbls"tlme Columbia has a Held Over. of Pickett county, Tenn., where they you feel fine. Price, 60c. Sold by Notice to tion and establishing Righteousness bar that ranks with the best? " will make thorough and deep tests of Paull Drug Co. within the Gates of the great city of Adv. Lone Willis, a grandson t Solomon That since Adair county was creatlarge holdings in those sections. New Orleans. The American Legion will meet their McKinley, about 16 years old,, charged ed, more than a hundred yearB ago, Died Near Cane Valley. A well was drilled in Beech Bottom May we each have a vision of the Monday, Feb. 7th, at 2 p. m., in with shooting and killing his cousin, there have been only seven legal hang- again recently to a depth of 1785 feet, strikfields, white .with already wasting7 & Co.'s Marvin Conover, about the same age, ings, four white men and three ne- our new building over Russell ing the Knox Dolomite formation) and . Last Saturday Mr. Beckham Givens, grain; of our duties, and responslbilf-tiesandg- o Is inDept. Store, Every examining trial last Frigroes? .The negroes were.iexecuted a young man, died of brain fever near was given an with fine results forth.-iHis name and present. vited to be day. There were quite a number, of near where the toll gat stood on the Cane --Valley. He was a good clclzen strength to meet these responsibilities John Rose, for and against. The plea Burkesville pike. Sale Notice. and wasslck onlya few days. Peace witnesses, "" ' and make records we will not ba Adjutant. Post of the defense was accidental shootto .his memory. That Columbia once had a nail facappear before ing. The case wastried before Judge ashamed of when iwe We will on Saturday the 12th day of tory and a hatter's shop"? Mr. A. R. Young, o,f Cumberland the, Judge of all the earth to render February, 1921, at the residence of JudgeT.A. Murrell and Dr. J. N. W. S. Sinclair, who held the accused an account of ourstewardship. That Mark Twain's grandfather county, brother of Mr. L. M. Young, in Che sum of $1,000 which he readily was here a few days ago. While here the late J. E. Stotts, near Bliss, Ky., Murrell have returned from JacksonMrs. T. J. Wade. e once run a hotel where the gave, rTis- mother and grandfather part of mules from offer for sale to the highest bidder, a ville, Fla , where they were called to he purchased a now stands? LlqUidNBorozonels an efficient heallob of house-hol- d and kitchen furni- attend the funeral of their sister, Mrs. signing the bond Sam Burdette. That Columbia held the Circuit ing remedy for human or animal ture andljther personal property too Mattie Vance. The. deceased nad The young men who are leaving the Judgeship for more than forty 4years Rollin Hadley, who was arressted In numerous to mention, the property of made many friends by her Christian old home for Dayton, Akron, Detroit flesh. It mends ajsavere wound, sore, and during that period the following cut or scratch;tn the shortest possible this county, three weeks ago as a sus the estate of Emma Stotts," deceased. character in her adopted home,and resident lawyers served one or more pected horse thief by Sheriff Cortez Terms to be made known on day of the funetal was largely attended. or any othermanufacturlng city, had time. Price, 30c. 60c, and 81.20.' Sold better make a contract for work be- by terms: Benjamin Monroe, Zach Sanders and Jailer Tarter and. carried sale, Paull Drug Co. The deceased leaves two children, Mr. Adv. fore leaving. Nearly all the factories Wheat, Thos. E. Brmlette, T. T. W M. Vance, who lives in Jackson, C. D.'and Clarice Cheatham, to Hart County, where the animal are shut down and hands by the hunLast Wednesday was'the most disAlexander, Jas. Garnett, W. W. ville, and a married daughter, whose Executors of Emma Stotts. was stolen, proved to be the' right dreds are discharged every week. For agreeable day of the winter. It sleetJones and H. C. Baker? home is in Washington, D. C. Mrs. man. His case came on for trial last In an attack of acute, rheumatism Vance's death, brought" sorrow to a support that lasts, we advise our ed alL.day and the ground was very That General S. G. Suddarth was week, andhe confessed his "guilt and which there is much pain Ballard's many homes in Adair county where-- - Adair county boys to remain on the cold and slick. You made one step not only a successful lawyer, but was was" given two years in the peniten-tiay- . in farm. Wagesrmay notbeas.lilgh but forward and came backtwo. The Snow Liniment Is a necessary part ofJ she was born and reared. a humorous of wide reputation? He Sheriff Sanders and Jailer Ta telephone andf.electric wires .became what we'get will stay with yoo treatment It is a powerful pain could entertain a crowd for hours, and ter. were present to appear against the crossed and servicej.was unavoidably Our sales for 1920were by far the relief.- - Three seizes, 30o, 60c, and 81 20 his admirers were constantly by his him. Hadley has a number of relaOur shoe department is full up with b?d. largest we have ever had. We will per, bottle Sold by Paull Drug Co. ' dependable shoes at the new spring side. .' tives in this county., , try to make 1921 another record break"Adv. There can be no legal hunting in prices. -That Daniel Booty and John H . .. . er. In a few days we will be receivthis State until July 1st, at which Russell & Co. aiy tnrougnorea Jersey nun is now .Down Again. Sanders were two English teachers ing new purchasesjof stock in all .de- -' time the. season for killing squirrels ready for service. .Fee, $1,50 at the who came toHhis county years ago partments. Prices wilfbe the lowest and starts, and willjlast until December MK R. L. Prewitt, who shot Pilgrim Coffee 12 cents, gate. "I will not brake this ruleJ and made wide reputations as in? thafcash can obtain. killed Judge Sam K. Baird in Shelby-vill- 15. Monarch Coffee 20ceuts. Jo Barbee, : structors? Prof. Booty died In, the Russell &Co. ago, is an uncle by some iweeks 10 lbs Sugar 81.00 11 lOt Columbia , Ky. . : s Spring Dress Ginghams, standard county, and Prof. Sanders was a bookv marriage,. to Messrs. J. C. and Elmo Russell &Co. Mrs. Emily Rice, a native of this brands 20 cents per yard. keeper in Norton's Bank. Louisville; We desire to extend our condolence Strange arid Mrs. H, W. Depp, . this The sleet last Tuesday put thecity county, died at Lakeland on the 25th Russell & Co. when he reached his end. to Judge Hal Graham, of Greensburg, place. 'His wife was a sister of the clock out of commission. It cost the of January. She was committed to That no town in Kentucky, the size who lost his mother January 19, 1921. Strange boy's father,- - Capt J L. frlr, G. W. Hayes, Montpeller, en county one thousand dollars and .it the asylum at Hopkinsville in 1876,1 of Columbia, .has turned out as many The' deceased was 79 years old, a highStrange, who died at Burvkesville a few closing his renewal, says, "I have been should be protectedfrom the weather." and transferred to Lakeland in 1896. years ago. prominent men as this habitation? ly respected and much beloved worn-- ' years taking the News for twenty-on- e Glass faces could be put over the She wasTTommltted by Rudolph Rice, We have .had a Governor, Lieutenant an. The end came at the home of a and cannot do without it." For Sale. and we take it that he Is, dead. She.) hands Governor, three Congressmen, two daughter, In Hart county. J.-was a relative of Mr. Pelley and Attorney Generals, two '"members of . Homegrown Lest, Christmas. clover seed for sale. Mrs. Brack Massie, this place comparatively ( A good roomy house, Intestinal worms destroy the health the Court of Appeals, Judge Rollin $15,00 per bushel. new, 3 acres of ground, alL necessary Tan kjd glove, on public square or bow the Chief Justice, and a number of children and weaken their vitality. W. I. Feese,.. , For fresh Home made candy, go to outbuildings in the town of Columbia near it. Finder will please call News f State Senators. Atone time two The worms should be expelled before t t Cane Valley, Ky. the bakery. Two pair of good wort, mules. This office. damage is done. White's of the Hiot prominent lawyers in the serious s property will oe sold right. See State Geo. Alfred and Isaac Cald. Cream Vermifuge-i- a thoroughly sue-- 1 Next Monday, will be County court. This office wants to buy a. second J. N. a fine saddle J. TJ Goodman, or well, who removed freki Columbia to cessful remedy. Price, 35c. Sold by If it should be a fair day a large num- hand cherry or. walnut wardrobe. In horse from erry Ssaithfer 81.50. 187. phone, good.condlMon. Apply, at once. ' Adv. will be In Columbia. ber JiMitTilto, aad whe died la that city,' Pu11 Btrxg Ca No.-Ljv-- this place, there was once a deer lick, and more than seventy-fiv- e deer were killed at this spring? That, one hundred and eighteen years have passed since the first courthouse was built in Columbia? That Columbia has been an educational point far sisty-seveyears, and in 1856-- 7 more than seventy-fiv- e that young men from the Southern States were in school here? That quite a number of men who became prominent in Kentucky and other States received the rudiments of their education. in Columbia? That Dr, Nathan Gaither was the first Congressman from Adair county? "That Columbia was the home of Thos. E Bramlett when he became the Governor of the State? That the present Baptist church building is the third one that has been erected in this place? The two. that were razed were not sufficient for the growing population. . The Yarberry launch either That Judge H. C. Baker has been a stolen or broke away from its moorlocal practitioner at the Columbia bar ings below the old White pity park. longer than any other one man? Louisville Post. That Drs. S. B. Field and Hector Owens, in their day, practiced their To Ladies. o well-know- .OIL NEWS. honored and respected by all men. Geo. Alfred Caldwell also commanded!" a regiment in the Mexican war. by e. tkejtper. That when the site for Columbia was selected there was a fight, on for The total crude oil production of several weeks. Benjamin Bowmar, the United States in 1920 was the first sheriff of Adair county, and barrels. his followers favored a plot of ground Oil is uowbelng marketed from the lying near Glensfork, and Wm. Cald- Creelsboro field, and thewells there well and his followers made the fight are showing up very satisfactorily unfor the present location The choice der pump was submitted to a vote of the county Kash, Yantis&Kash, have drilled and the Caldwell side won. ell on the T. M Radford in their That on that part of Columbia, farm, near Bakerton, at a depth known as Russell Heights, there was ofjajittie less than 200 feet, and it has once a race track, and that race horse been flowing very freely. This farm men from Tennessee and from various adjoins the Ruas Gilbert farm on points in Kentucky were here with Brush Creek, where the Southern Oil their runners every Sprfng? The & Refining Company have been so races usually lasted ten days, and a successful in drilling within the past great deal of money changed hands. few months. In last week's issue I inadvertently Was Yarberry's Launch. stated that Messrs. J'. B, Doollttle, Worcester, New York, and Bee Whl-tiThe gasoline launch found beached Somerset, KyM are jointly interat Rockliaven, Ind., yesterday and at ested in the development of this terfirst believed to have been abandoned ritory, when I should have said each there by W. H. Griffith, triple murof them are interested in operations derer an escaped West Virginia conin the field. Mr. Doollttle has one vict, belongs to M. Rey Yarberry, drilling rig at work in the field and he n Re2416 Elliott avenue, contemplates bringing in an additionpublican and Twelfth ward leader. early date. was" al xig at an 443,-615,59- Miss Fearless & Co.. at Greens Died ir$faylor County.' , Woman's Missionary Society. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church of Columbia meets Tuesday afternoons after each -first Sunday and the programs which are prepared by our Missionary leaders are both Interesting and instruct- burgr Mr. Walter W. Ingram, who was bornand reared in Adair county, an The young ladies and young men of thB'Llndsey-Wilso- n making up this uncle of Mr. Bf. B...Ingram, this place, company visited Greensburg last" Fri- died In Taylor county last week, aged day and at 7:30 in the evening they 89 years. He was a leading member were greeted by an Immense audience of the Baptist Church, and was a true at the Sunnyslde Theater. Jn fact Kentucky gentleman. It will be a the building could not seat the people long time before Taylor county sees and many had to return to their, his like, and his Church has lost one 8 mass-meetin- s, If-yo- ur n, pleas-urean- d Wil-more- . r- d, l, Ex-Soldi- er. -- ex-sold- n . post-offic- - -- -- e, -- . S v -- 14-4- ' 14-4- Coffer-purchase- d le v V" I mz I , r v ?- , t' 4rf. -- -' ' ' adair:c6unty news ' "Yes. I L v : , ra f- .When youcome to that little work, of three" powerful men. When gap In the hills, cease your logging the ship hadbesn warped In and the aad bear off yonder." He waved his slack of the line made fast on the hand. "I'm not going to cut the timbittsrshe said: In valley. You see, McTavish, "Please run for'd and help my ber this The trees what it Is. here ah, man, father with the bowlines. You're I haven't the heart to destroy God's worth three foremast hands. Indeed, most wonderful handiwork. I didn't expect to see a sailor on this she loved this spot, McTavish, Besides, and she" dock." to come around the Horn called the Talley her Valley of the "I had Giants. I to get here, Miss," he explained, "and ding presentI gave It to her for a wedbecause she had a bit of when a man hasn't money to pay for a dream that some day the town I passage, he needs must work it" his started would grow upto 'Tm the second mate," she explain- and when that thne came yonder gap, and we could ed. "We had a succession of gales afford It, 'twas In her mind to give from the Falklands to the her Valley of the Giants to Sequoia and there the mate got hei for a city park, away here in Irons and she took three big ones and unsuspected.all hidden Baking .fi J over the taffrall and cost us elghl "She loved" it, McTavish, 'twas our neb. we Working playhouse, McTavish, and I who am no Honestly sold. Economical in :ouh3n't get any canvas on her to longer young I who never played un-ttOF1 lpeak of long voyage, you know, and everyway. Every particle is full met her I I'm a bit foolish,. I &iC Uie rest of the crew got scurvy." COPYRIGHT, BT PETER JB.KYNE fear, but I found rest and comfort of actual leavening value. A full "You're a brave girl," lie told her. here, McTavish, even before I met ..sel4 IVJT money's wortfu s "And you're a A. B.," she her, and Pm thinking I'll have to come Lnt-fl- U Into dollars and cents and returnea eplled. "If you're looking for a berth, here often for the same. She was SYNOPSIS. to Humboldt county to assist John like this sunbeam, McTavish. She Cardigan in his task of hewing an ny'father will be glad to ship you." You "Sorry, but I can't go," he called as she " ;is55TE2 I P'oneer in the California- empire out of a wilderness. region, John Cardigan, at fortyuse it. Calumet is all baking ae turned toward the companion lad- - "Aye," murmured McTaYlsh huskily. Time passed. John Cardigan no th.?, '? mills,,ea,dlnS ciUzen of Sequoia. ships, and many acres of longer swung an axe or dragged a ler. "I'm Cardigan, and I own this "I ken. Ye wouldna gie her a common powder. It begins to raise bak a widower after three years of cross-cu. SSSSI t saw through" a fallen red- sawmill and must stay here and look or a .public spot in which to wait for ings the instant they are put into life,, and father of Bryce Cardigan. ye. An' ye'll be shuttln' down the wood. He was an employer of labor ifter It" the oven. You don't have to keep There was a light, exultant feeling mill an' loggin'-camp- s an' layln off the. CHAPTER IL--At fourteen Bryce makes now, well known in San Francisco as !n "peeping" to see if bakings are aft middle-agehis heart as he scamp-3re- d hands In her honor for a bit?' the acquaintance of Shirley Sumner, a visprodright. You know they are. Caluitor to Sequoia, and his Junior by a few a manufacturer of along the deck. The' girl had "Until after the funeral, McTavish. the purchasers sending their Together they visit the Valley of ucts, met is sure never 'fails. That's wonderful dark auburn hair and brown And tell your men they'll be paid for Giants, sacrecLto John Cardigan and own schooners for the' cargot And economy. And true economy in. e nis son as the burial place of Bryce's presently skin that sun the lost time. That will be all, lad." John Cardigan mortgaged 2yes, with a mother, andjwirt with mutual regret. cost in use in time When McTavish was gone, John all of his timber holdings with a' San md wind had sought in vain to blemCHAPTER IllWhile Bryce Is at colish. And for all her girlhood she was Cardigan sat down on a small sugar-pin-e lege John Cardigan meets with heavy Francisco bank, made a heap of his woman bred from a race (his own One trial will prove it and show windfall, his hed held slightly business losses and for the first time views winnings, and like a true adventurer i Tim SftVc the future with uncertainty. people) to whom danger and despair to one side while he listened to that you in results why millions of staked his aff on a new venture the USF 7JZN Vn merely furnished a tonic for their which In the redwoods Is not sound shiewd, thrifty housewives prefer Calumet -fI fter CHAPTER graduation from first sawmill In Humboldt' county. college, and a trip abroad. Bryce Cardilourage. What a mate for a man! but rather the absence of it. And as to all other brands. gan comes home. On the train he meets The timbers Xor it were hewed out by ind she looked at him prldefully. he listened, he" absorbed a subtle 'comShirley Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to hand; the boards and planks were The unfailing strength of Calumet make her home there with her uncle fort from those huge brown trees, so whipsawed. guarantees perfect results. Not only saves Col. Pennington. Bryce learns that his They were married before the ship emblematic of Immortality; la the fatherseyeslght has failed and that Col. flour sugar eggs, etc. but saves Baking It was a tiny mill, judged by present-da- y ;vas loaded, and on a knoll of the thought he grew close 'to his Maker, .Pennington Is seeking to take advantage of Powder. You use only a teaspoonful you standards, for in a fourteen-hou- r theold man's business misfortunes. ogged-ove- r of the town lands back use two teaspoonfuls or more of many other working day John Cardigan and his md commanding a view of the bay, and presently found that peace which CHAPTER I. brands. "P he sought Love such as theirs could men could not cut more than twenty jelth the d hills in back never die. . . . The tears came at Calumet contains only such ingredients Neverthethousand redwoods last in the summer of 1850 a, topsail less, when feet of lumber. at his mill, md the little second-growtbeen approved officially by the U. S Cardigan looked lourlshlng in the front yard, he built slipped Into the cove under schooner At sundown he walked home bearFood Authorities. his great heart would swell with ler-th- e finest-hoin Sequoia. Here ing an armful of rhododendrons and Trinidad head and dropped anchor at lliTson Bryce was born", and here, two dogwood blossoms, which he arranged the edge of 'the Fifteen pride. "Here," said John Cardigan to him- lays later, the e mother made In. the room where she lay. Then he deposited minutes later her small-bon fo.KING i self exultingly when a he supreme sacrifice of maternity. on the beach a man armed with long sought the nurse who had attended SAVE. squirrel rifle and an axe; and carrying wail told "him his circular saw was For half a- day followings the deher. food and clothing In a brown canvas biting Into the first redwood log to be traction of his Eden John Cardigan MATERIALS IT 1S1 NffruTirTtUi 'Td like to hold my son," he said A.'" tUBT inv- pack. From the beach he watched milled since the world began, "I shall lat dumbly beside his wife, his great, gently. 'May I?" hUSED i in Highest Sequoia. By mrd hand caressing the" auburn head 3 the boat return and saw the schooner build a city and call it cut sufficient She "brought him the baby and Quality I shall have vhose every thought for three years weigh anchor and stand out to sea placed it in his great arms that timber to make a start First I shall md been his happiness and comfort before the northwest trades. When trembled so; he sat down and gazed d she had disappeared from his ken, he hulld.for my employees better homes Chen the doctor came to him and Highest than the rude shacks and the matter offuneral arrange-nent- s. longhand earnestly at this flesh of his swung his pack to his broad and pow Awards flesh and blood of his blood. "You'll erful back and strode resolutely Into , they now occupy; then I shall build 8 myself a fine residence with six Cardigan looked up at him blankly. have her hair and skin and eyes," he 6. the timber at the mouth of the river. rooms, murmured. "My son, my son, I shall and the room that faces the 'Funeral arrangements?" He passed The man was John Cardigan; ""in bay shall be the parlor. When I can us gnarled hand over his leonine love you so, for now I must love for that lonely, hostile land he was the two. Sorrow I shall keep from you; first pioneer. This is the tale of afford it, I shall build more houses. lead. "Ah, yes, I suppose so. I shall please God, and happiness and worldly I shall encourage tradesmen to set up .trend to It" Cardigan and Cardigan's son, for in my city He rose and left the house, walking comfort shall I leave you when I go his chose land the nioneer leader in In business In Sequoia and to school-housto her." He nuzzled his grizzled I shall present a church 4ind a vith bowed head out of Sequoia, up the gigant'i task of hewing a. path We shall have a volunteer fire he abandoned and decaying skid-oa- d cheek against the baby's" face. "Just was to know the bliss of woman's love good, I you and my trees," he whispered, through the second-growt- h red- and of parenthood, and the 'sorrow department, and if God is out som"e shall, at a later date, get "just you and my trees to help me BAKING K0 voods to the dark green blur that that comes of the loss of a perfect and build a narked the old timber, up. the skid- A to hang on to a plucky finish." .. CHICAGO mate ; he was to know the tremendous For love and paternity had come to joy of accomplishment and worldly schooner to freight my lumber to oad recently swamped from the land- him late In life, and so had his first success after infinite labor; and in market. And she shall have three ng to the down timber where the carry half rosscut men and barkpeelers were at great sorrow ; wherefore, since he was of life he was to know the masts instead of two, and a million feet of lumber instead of Fork, on into the green timber where not accustomed to these heritages of dull despair of failure and ruin. Behow- he woods-bos- s HAVE YOU NOTICED THBS? and his- - men were all flesh, he would have to adjust cause of these things there Is a tale two hundred thousand. First, Cardigan's son, ever, I must build a steam tugboat to hopping. change. But his son .and the to be told, the tale of A pound can of Calumet contains full t6 oz. Some my schooner in and out over "Come with me, McTavish," he said who, when his sire fell in the fray, tow his trees all, yes they would help. baking powders come in 12 oz cans instead of 16 oz. ah, They passed And he would gather more redwoods took up the fight to save his heritage Humboldt bar. IsAnd after that the o ins woods-bossufficient for That cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want hrough a narrow gap between two I love and hate, well! a tale of Ijfe with its now Its battle, victory, defeat, labor, joy, present." John Cardigan dream, and ow hills and emerged in a long nar- CHAPTER II. Thus did ow valley where the redwoods grew and sorrow, a tale of that unconquercity spirit of youth which spurred as he dreamed he worked. TheArgo- hlckly and where the smallest tree able the Digger woman A young Bryce Cardigan to lead a forlorn of Sequoia wasborn with rough red- ras. not less than fifteen feet In diam-te- r mansion of naut's who had suffered the loss of the latest hope for the sake not of wealth but andtwo hundred and fifty feet dozen three-rooand of her numerous progeny two days McTavish followed at his of an Ideal. Hark, then, to this tale wood boardslean-t- a kitchens; and the all. cabins with prior to Mrs. Cardigan's death, was aaster's heels as they penetrated this of Cardigan's" redwoods : LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL Cardiinstalled in the house as nurse to John Tove, making their way with dlffl-ult- y Along the 'coast of California, tradespeople came when John gan with something of the largeness Cardigan's son, whom he called Bryce, through the underbrush until , through the secret valleys and over of his own redwood trees, gave them COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. the family mme of his mother's peothe tumbled foothills of the Coast ground lumber In order to enand ple. A Mrs. Tully, widow of Cardirange, extends a belt of timber of Offers strong courses in Grades. Hfeh School, Normal, Piano and enter" gan's first engineer in the mill, was an average width of thirty miles. In courage the building of their school-hous- e engaged as housekeeper andcook; and approaching it from the Oregon line" prises. Also the dream of the iYoice. Athletics under a trained athlete. Wholesome environment, Stud and the church came true, as with his domestic establishment re the first tree looms suddenly against did ent body of high moral character. organized along these simple lines, the horizon an outpost, as it were, of withthe steam tugboat and the schooner three masts. John Cardigan turned with added the host af giants whose column Rates $1 8C.00 a year. Catalogue upon request. At forty John Cardigan was younger ''stretches south nearly four hundred eagerness to his business affairs, hopthan most men at thirty, albeit he R, V. Bennett, B. A. Principal. ing between them and his boy to miles to where the last of the rearon worked fourteen hours a day, slept guard maintain eternal sentry-go- .salvage as much as possible from remaining the crest of the mountains overlooking eight,atand consumedButthethrough all what seemed to him, in the first pangs two his meals. Monterey bay. Far in the interior of of his loneliness and desolation, the he fruitful years wreckage of his life. ' the state, beyond the fertile San those found time to "of toil and had dream, the Joaquin valley, the allies of this vast still While Bryce was in swaddling spell of the redwoods had lost" none army hold a small sector on the west clothes he was known only to those of its potency. elope of the Sierras. d females of Sequoid to whom his Cardigan was the first At forty-twredwood forests of These are the foster mother proudly exhibited he At forty-fou- r California, the only trees of their mayor of Sequoia. him when taking him abroad for an was standing on his dock one day, kind In the world and Indigenous only watching airing In his perambulator. With his tug kick Into her berth his to these two areas within the state advent Into rompers, however, and the ship ,that had Notwithstanding sixty years of attri- the; first square-rigge- d assumption of his American prerogation, there remain in this section of "ever come to Humboldt bay to load a tive of free speech, his father developcargo of for foreign the redwood belt thousands upon delivery. clear redwood big Bath-buied the habit of bringing the child" She was a thousands of acres of virgin timber down to the mill office, to which he lusty that had already attained a vigorous clipper, and her master aone daughtei IS added a playroom that connected with SI widower with growth when Christ; was"cruciGed. his private office. Hence, prior to his & who had come with him around th Fourth, Near Chestnut In sizes ranging from five to twenty second birthday, Bryce divined that girl Cardigan saw ieet In diameter, the .brown trunks Horn. upJohn the quarter-dec- k this and his father was closer to him than on come shopping is easily accessible, right in .rise perpendicularly to a 'height of d motherly Mrs. Tully or the in her stand by with a heaving-lln- e " .from ninety to a hundred and fifty girl. Moreover, his father took him on calmly she fixed her glancfc feet before putting forth - a singled hand; him, and as .the ship was shunted of 'Louisville, and we would be wonderful journeys which no other upon limb, which frequently Is more mas-- household had even member of the to the dockr she made the sive than the growth which jnen call in closer glad to see our many friends and patrons suggested. cast to caraigan. jie caugnr. tne They Came at Length to a Little a tree in the forests of Michigan. Of all their adventures together, ight heavIng-lInehauled in the Scattered between the giants, like however, those which occurred on. their of'Adair county our new quarters. to which subjects around their king,' one finds heavy Manila stern-linit was attached, amTsllpppd the loop they came at length to a little amphi- frequent excursions- - up to the Valley noble fir, spruce, or pines, with some j over the dolphin theater, a clearing perhaps a hundred, of the Giants impressed themselves Talparaiso live oak, black oak, pepper-Tvoo- ojfUhe mooring-cabl- e The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom upon Bryce's memory. at the end of the dock. d feet in diameter, and lmperlshably madrone, yew, tind cedar. How well he remembered their first "Some men wanted aft here to take surrounded by a wall of redwoods of '", prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we - John Cardigan settled In Humboldt trip, when, seated astride his father's on the such dimensions that even McTavish, county, where the sequoia sempervlr-en- s up the slack, of the stern-lin- e sturdy little legs needjfor can'serye you better than never attains the pinnacle of its glory, windlass, sir," he shouted to the who was no stranger to these natural shoulders with hls around Cardigan's neck and his chubby skipper, who was walking around on marvels, was struck with wonder. and with the lust for conquest hot In top "McTavish," Cardigan said, "she little, hands clasping the old man's iis blood, he filed upon a quarter haul of the Jhouse. "That girlv lcan't died, RUGS? ears, they had gone up the abandonDRAPERIES WALL PAPER, her in alone." this morning." of the timber almost on the and Into the "Can'tr I'm the "'Tm sore distressed for you, sir," ed skid-roaashore of Humboldt bay land upon and'' CARPETS the forest terminating sudLINOLEUM which a city subsequently Tvas to be skipper replied. "Jump aboard and the woods-bos- s answered. v 'J We'd a denly of Ti shower of sunshine that' In help her." whisper in the camp yesterday that the axe and Omitt. With his double-bittefell In an open space where a boy Cardigan made a long leap from the lass was like to be in a bad way." "crosscutsaw John Cardigan brought never get play could the first of the redwood giants crash- dock to athe ship's rail, balanced there , Cardigan scuffed with his foot a flirty. roll and looked and & forward with Bryce lightly moment,, and sprang to the ing to the eartbabove which It had deck. clear space in the brown litter. eagerness to those frequent trips with " He Inserted a Relaying-pi-n Jn "Take- two men from towered for twenty centuries, and In the section-ganINCORPORATED windlass, paused and looked, at McTavish," his father ''to the place where Mother 'the form of split posts, railroad ties, the girl. "Raise a chantey," he ordered, have, sug, the dear went to heaven," he UlcketB, antl snakes-- the fallen giant them dig her grave here; then swamp gested. Instantly she lifted a sweet When Bryce was six, 'years old, his For More Than 40 Years on Market Street haaled to tidewater in a trail through the under-brasand father sent IjlmTo" the public school contralto in that rollicking old ballad out to the donkey-landinso we-ci wagons and shipped to San Francisco of the sea "Blow the Men Down." In Sequoia with the children of his coasting carry-h- er The funeral will be in. te the little BestjS tores of Louisville, Ky. One of thus laying loggers and walk- private." Bound the wlndlaar-Cardlga-gefeooaers of the period. Here, by the a democratic edu- foundation for abOBjlnable magic of barter and trade, ed, steadily and easily, and the girl's McTavfete nodded. "Any fartaer the " ' t&e dismembered tree was transmuted eyes wjdened in wonder as he did the orders, airy CoBttnaed oa Page 6. ' tet -- VALLEY OF THE QT GIANTS AUmOR ' two-day-o- ld split-redwoo- Evan-gelista- s, A moderate priced short-hande- d, merit. Powder of greatest 1 Honestly made. "CA&PY RTOSS9 Pl "you 5xu first-clas- " -- save time when you 5n d -- d lk. milk-whit- J 'v? - I IV.-A- " - -- t dark-foreste- '1 h JP as-hav- e me kelp-field- s. at new-mad- long-draw- voU '(I men-ione- tent-hous- wm S? a -- i o e. long-lengt- h fir-timb-er the-suns- et hlni-"Self-- to s. it -- tialf-bree- d six-roo- m m -- o ,. i -- half-bree- o -- Sour new store! 619 South lt down-Easte- ra -- ' St & & half-bree- the district er. L e, at d, oval-shape- -- -- in-yo- -- w. -- short-handed- ," d semi-darkne- ss d Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff - g, ox-dra- -- -- g, an two-masf- ed n mill-hand- s, the -- s jar s ADAIR COUNTY NEWS and the waves re potential sonrces of almost unlimited power. They have been experimentally used for the production of power on a small scale and iacK --. OCEAN MAY FEED HHD CLOTHE 'Sea Little Developed. OF US1 in JiabttjlhghuUthe, ot necessity prevents a - practi- 7 Vast Industrial Possibilities cable development. ' It has, also been pointed out by scientists that a literally boundless source of potential power exists In the -- 1 USE BUT FRACTION . FISH Will Be Impossible to Support Enormous Population of the Future Without Drawing Heavily Upoj the Ocean, Which Is Now a Wilderness of Great Wealth That Men Have ,Just Begun to Explore Source of Power. you want to provide handsomely for your grandchildren, you could not do'better than to purchase some front age on the ocean, which is of no pres- If ' ent value forwharfage or anything like that, but wilL give control of a considerable area of the sea, writes Frederic J. Haskln In Chicago News. For the sea Is rapidly becoming valuable. A careful scientific lodk of a thousand years or so into the future, such as IL G. Wells is addicted to, would undoubtedly show men. depending upon the sea as much as upon the land, If not more, for the materials by which they live. Indeed It will be Impossible to support the enormous pop-- , ulatlon of the future without drawing heavily upon the ocean, which Is now a wilderness of great wealth that men TURNED INTOTANK STEAMERS have Just begun to explore. Fish, of course, are .the most obvious Cargo Carriers for Oil and Molasses and readily available product of the Trade. sea, and the only one that we use to A scarcity of tank steamers in the any considerable extent. And we use molasses-carryin- g trade has only a fraction of what we might. oil and resulted In the conversion of seven There are whole families of fishes that of cargo carriers' Into the are never caught, vast levels of the tankers.Hog Island the converted ships Two of Ocean swarming with lifethat fisherhave already had the necessary work man Jjave never reached. now operating from Gulf done But .the interesting new develop- ports and are with excellent records. They ments are mot In obtaining food from Kishacquillas and the Inspecthe .sea, hut the raw materials of In- are the tor. The former vessel recently esdustry, and fertilizers for agriculture; a new record for three trips The Department of Agriculture, for tablished; . Matanzas and Mobile and between example has1 an experimental New Orleans, carrying 25,070 tons of - plant at Siiinnierfteld, Cal., molasses. ' which is said already to have proved The five other vessels which are beNot only the inval- ing converted Into tank steamers for uable fertilizing element, potash, is the oil trade are the Manatawny, obtained, but also a number of by- Catahoula, Carrabulle and Casslmir. products, including iodine, common They are now having longtludinal salt, ammonia and bleaching carbon. bulk-heaInstalled and the necessary This bleaching carbon was formerly angles 'and swash plates placed to enImported from Europe and sold for able them to carry crude oil. The 20 cents a pound, but has been prowork Is being done at the Globe Shipduced at this plant at 15 cents a building company's plant,, Baltimore. pbdnd'and Is said to. pay for its own The shipping board sold the vessels, production and that of the potash: at a price said to be $184 per deadSome nitrogen, most precious fertilizer weight ton, the owners receiving 7,825 of all, is also recovered In the ton tanker, delivery being form of ammonia, aud a kind of tar, made in about one month's time, about kelp oil and creosote are minor by- five weeks bejng required to make the products. changes. Here is what promises to be a con-slderable Industry, with a variety of LOCK UPv WALKING ARSENAL products, founded on a single class of sea plants. And it has enormous re- Washington Police Arrest Man With 3 Guns, 3 Razors and 2 Dirks. sources to draw upon, for the "giant kelp grows in great groves all through "Gun toters, yeggs and other bad the Pacific waters;" and Is far richer characters who cannot get along with in potash than the Atlantic' kelps, the police of New York city are not which Jiave been reduced by burning 4 going-t- o find easy pickings in Washing ton," said Judge Robert N. Hardison "in small quantities for some time. A Norwegian scientist has made an in Police court in Washington when elaborate study of the sea water as he jgnt Hilleary Smith, a longshoreman of 399 Warren street, Brooklyn, .a source of raw material for Norwegian industry, and he is said to have to'jail for six months and fined him-53on charges of carrying concealed shown that It Is practicable to magnesium from the sea weapons, drunkenness and disorderly metallic . water on a commercial scale, as well T conduct. S Smith'jJlie-pollQsaid, was the" mostTj as" gypsum, common salt and other complete - "walking" arsenal" ever ar-fminerals. rested in, Washington. He carried, AH Minerals in . Solution". automatic-re- STou must Temember in this connec--tlo- n Uiey said, .three large ohxrs, Diree- razors, two dirk'knives,4 "that the sea water contains all 200 cartridges, a pack of cards, said minerals In solution as an Inevitable and two half-pinbeen result of the way the oceans were to have whisky.marked,paper sack, tied In a of formed. The earth, according to the to one of the bottles, was a pair of scientists, was originally a Hot Incanloaded dice. descent mass of vfipor containing all The man was' arrested at the Union the elements of .which earth, sea and station. He explained his visit to composed As it atmosphere jare now Washington by stating that he left cooled, the earth formed In a molten Brooklyn because the police there mass, water formed and fell upon this were becoming too Inquisitive and he in Douing lorreuus, uiubiug im; kcus, thought it best to go somewhere else. which "therefore had all of the eles ments In solution In them. OVERALLS-PU- T COUNTY DARK of these salts are common salt chloride. All of the European continent that lifts above the Brakeman's Discarded Clothing Hits LightTWires'. in bulk sea level For two.hours, a night or So ago the common salt in the sea alone what flie would be if it were taken out There entire county . of Orange, New "York; mass, therefore, nearly as large was in total darkness apu uo cause 'is aEurope, "of other salts, including could be found. as It now develops that "the reason the those of all the minerals. villages were In darkness was that .There are, for-- example, t)nly 40 or on- - the Central New Eng' milligrams of gold to the ton of sea water, but It has that land railroad bought ja. new pair of if all" of the gold in the sea could be overalls at Poughkeepsie and threw, extracted there would be about 80,000 or thought he did, the old ones Into poumls of it for each inhabitant of Hie Hudson from the, fridge, The garments lande'dv on the high- the earth "sear-i- n word, is a vast mass tension wires of the. Central Hudson a The of raw materials of all kinds organic. Gas and Electric company, caused a and inorganic It contains forests and short circuit and burned out a long secjneadows. and vast quantities ot life. tion of wires, shutting off all power She sea produces meat as well as onthe west side of the river. . - fsli,.for the whales and porpoises, not to mention the great family of seals Germans Agree to Deliver Chickens. The allied war reparation commit.and' sea lions which spend practically thejr whole lives in the' water, are tee, meeting in Parlsannounced that representatives had the German wnrni blooded animals. As far as we can learn, none of the agreed to deliver to France and a total of 1,740,000 chickens with"vegetable products of the .sea Is used there must be edible sea in four year's, 25,105 goats within for yegetables-and- t if this is so, man could three years, and 15,250 pigs within one year. sustain himself entirely on a diet n from the sea. He could from It almost all of the Inorganic Falling Infant Caught In Man's Arms. window, Falling from a third-stormany of the organic materials for and Domlnlck Coppolla, eighteen months his Industry. old, of Buffalo, N. Y., was saved" from It Supplies Power, Too. wilTsupply; him with being. dashed' to death on the paveFurthermore, it ment when he was caught In- the arms .the pwer needed to manufacture of F.hilip Santa-Maria grocer.. The- these things- Science has long-xe- cmiwat WRSiHnurjureo. -- f- - :.. SBUwdsthat both the tides of the ea --- difference. of temperature between the surface of the sea water, In the tropics, and the water nearer the bottom. Thus 'in" the tropics the "surface water lias- - a. temperature of from 80 ta S5 degrees Fahrenheit, while at a. depth of 800 fathomsthe temperature Is about 4ft Megrees. The layman does not realize that in this 'difference of 40 degrees lies "a power'lhat literally might move the world. Theoretical methods of utilizing It, by vaporizing and condensing a liquid, as is done in a steam engine, have been worked out In great detail on paper, but as far as we can learn no one has ever constructed the machinery necessary to do the work. The sea, therefore, could support mankind with very little help from the land. It could feed us and do our work and It could support an enormous population. But the conquest of the sea Is farin the future. Man is far from having conquered the land, ag yet He Is dominated and harried by. the very machines and organizations hehas built for, the purpose. Jle has harnessed the forces of nature, and yet he remains a driven slave himself. TJntil he has In some degree mastered and comprehended his own destfny, he will probably continue to regard the sea as a mystery. BIG STOCK Of CtOTHIfJO 9 jofew- - 1-- r 75W- - "" with cIoihing - ITfave an immbiise stock and receiving Supplies daily.' thing JnQiis. -- Ican interest ca- you inp rices. - If you ;4-- - need any lm.'e . once, v: "V. -- . 9 't- &-J- . . ''br-.-, -t- I" 7Z ?i'fr?-- - 7 -. M?i' f -- Jf ? J;-.rfi--: v,:2.-v -' J! "-- . Ii 'i5i rv . SHOES! 7 's- - SHOES!! care.N I . VfMy stock of fine shoes ''frSri--ca-- for men and boys was selected with bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profitv ."also IV lKVi accommodate ladies andyoting girls with the latest styles in shoes. L. .. V W i?r. . t'.'v-- ! mSSN Sj- - 3 kelp-potas- h .& r-- &-- , - UOCIES AND WACON "" I g. have a large supply of the very best makes and ing and walking plows, all kinds I rn" selling them at livingvnrices. DISCOUNT for CASH. . Rid- - ds at LI BlJL 3 3 3 It hiatters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price: Lj&ljx sap- -- dead-weig- ht : - -- ".. - Z 7 i rV-StS- H. &&-&- X J S 3 KENTUCKY. ; WOODSON LEWIS QR.EENSBURG, P' B 3 3 3 VJL 5 ex-frac- C INDiflN BOY IS REAL TARZAN OF THE APES - e V - ts Stolen and Reared by Leopard, Boy Has All Characteris- savagely.. He ran about oli'all fours with extra"ordinary rapldltyt and his knees had harQ callouses on them, while h'ls "toes remained Upright, almost at right angles to the Instep. Lates he learned' ta..eat cooked food, consented to sleep in"his father's hut, and seemed" to know the villagers by ' story of thetcase- to the- - Journal of the- - Bombay . Natural History society. . Colun bia Barber Shop j- - tics of Wild Animal. The fantastic stories of Iiudyard Kipling's Jhlowgli and of Tarzan of the Apes have found a parallel in real life in the case of a North India-Jill- l baby stolen and reared by a leopard," according to the Calcutta correspondent of the London Morning Post. . Stuart Baker, when in the villagef-Dhungi- , in the Cachar hills, in .India's northeastern frontier, was confronted In the local courthouse with protests from a certain native that he was' unable to d6 his share of local road mending, because if he left home his little wild son would run away to the jungle. Mr. Baker visited the mairs hut to see the 'wild chlld and found there a boy about seven, naked, who ran about oh all fours .like a small" animal. At the sight of the stranger the chjld sniffed about him and rnded by bolting on all fours to his father, backing between his legs like an "animal enter ing a burrow. The chlld was almost. blind, suffering from cataracts, amjins head was covered with tiny scars'and scratches. . The father's- story is. that when the boy was To years old a female leopard had come upon the" .child arid mothfield, snatched the baby er" In from the mo'ther and bounded away into the jungle. A search- was instituted, but no trace of the child could be found. :Three years later sportsmen tracked a leopard, to her lair, and killed her. There they captured two cubs and the child, who had apparently been reared with the leopardis litter. The parents Identified the child and their claim was Admitted by the --.. - sense of smell. Mr. Baker has contributed as- - a detailed MORAIsr & LOWE A Sanitary Shop, wlieru both Satisfactlon.and Gratification are Guaranteed. as as 7K r SVj A Tobacco Exchange Give us a Trial and be Convinced. Three-fourth- or-sodi- um y one-thir- d High-Tencip- n The prpposal of ?a tobacco ex change as a relief for farmers, Ac Bowing Green Clem Dillard the exchange to be situated aged 18, was given three years I 5K)K5K$K)K3K$K5K)K iaii MM been-stlmat- ed -- - Bel-glu- m de-Tir- ed alsfr-ob-tal- -- y' -- -- - somewhere around- the corner in the penitentiary and his vf ife " from the Chicago wheat pit, will 15. three years in the refor; mmiAload Vnore serve to remind, some persons of school for child desertion. of recent advocacy of abolition of the wheat pit because it benefits Mrs. "James Brown, a very gamblers at the cost of "growers I prominent woman of London is and imposes birdens upon con- dead. She was. the daughter of Chelate J. Williams; sumers. Tobacco is not called the staff and is not considered a general BWfcMf!' m The Woman's so thejestabhshment necessity,, m i. A. F. SCOTT Sold Everywhere of a tobacco exchange hardly could he protested against a pos: sible" imposition on cigarette t DEALER IN smokers. Nevertheless the history of the wheat pit as a farm(GARFORD TRUCKS! r ers' aid'is not such- thatx any toIG 1 Jl JL 5 TONj bacco growers reasonably might VeleriBary Surgeon Cost per Ton, Mile, exchange upon which tobacco JFor-fco.Special attention given would be bought and sold Domestic Anfffals SEE whole village. never in physical possession Office at Be i iec . 1 mlla of " iUfh' When fln?t caught the child bltand A. F. SCOTT, commodity; fought with .everyone who cameaiear of the uiuiunu luau..1 v. K iA -'2& Si n w 'i.-- M Mir 5 &m tmm i- rv i- ;; -- - - JT. . , 'li.-2.3i-,-AN- by-per-s- qns - i i f e, -- him and seized any village. that he could capture, devouring them 6ls Caaey Qeek, Ky. .. -- Adair County News $1.50 "?. tolumw 4 x-- ? V - ;:i -- - T j-- X-- s . '. -- , -- S?!''" Y V fcfciir t THCIADAIRCOWTKWS GoaMy 'svfe learn tfiafcxunmnrfc. county.p- per is a very expensive business, I PaMlBkeaiPH WeiBesiays. Colum6iai Kentucky) EciTQX J E.MURRELL, all going out, nothing comingin. We admire Mr. Eades' pluck for it certainly takes courage to start a new publication in Som: .Starts MRS. DAISY HAM LETT Mor erset. v - "v Feb 1st. Russell & Taylor FebruarylClean-ou- t On Drugs And Drug Sundries BargainsOf - Democratic Btwipapccdtroted to tfe lateretf the City of Columbia ibiJ th paeplt of Adair tad adjolalas conntlai. Catered at the Columjba' Post-offlc- e as second mall matter, - WEDEEB. 2.1921. . Subscription Trfcel8tlanci:2nd Postal Zone AH Zones beyond 2nJJJ$2.00 perfy ear Subscription dne and PayableTin Advance A. WO petycr. Announcements. For Sheriff. The testimony against Dr. s' Winnes, tiow on trial for murdering1 the mountain school teacher, Miss Lura Parsons, weakens as the case proceeds. While the testimony is circumstantial, it is strong, and at the same time it looks like the accused willbe convicted. It was a horrible murder, "and the man" who committed it should be put to depth. The trial is going on at Harlan, Ky. Lasts. . 10 Days f Sale 1 All Kinds C Special 25c Talcum Powder . Candy AfFull 'Pound Box Chocolate Coated Cherries A .23 Special $1.25 Box Stationery 87c . 2 Cans 25c. $2.00 Size $1.62 15cTooth Brushes , , Toilet Articles Mavis Talcum Powder Lovneys Box Candy, .$1.50? Cold' Remedies ,and Tonics vinnmnnrng sniTo small Yapomentha.Salve, Large . Vicks.Salve.'-Smal. . Miscellaneous 25c Tooth Brushes 50c Tooth Brushes 75c Dressing Combs 50c Dressing Combs $1 25 Bill Folds -- We are authorized to announce thafi The Senators pub TV. B. Patteson is a candidate for 2ot agreed. Sheriff of Adair county, subject to licly state that Gov. Morrow prothe action of the Republican party, mised them that in the;x event expressed the August primary. that he should call an 'extra sesIFor County Judge State Senators HarriBS, Nurin and Perry and Gov. Morrow are 1.59 Azurea Toilet water c ,1 69 Azurea Face Powder Hinds Honey and Almond Cream .48 60 Palm Olive Shampoo J 23 Mum ". o. '. '" .08 .12 .45 ( 25 -- 50 -- , ,5S '.38 SI 00 .38 , DorInsRouge Rouge Lava-Oi- 54 10 25 sion of the Legislature, fie would l Soap, 2 cakes not include .redisricting in the - We are authorized to announce Geo calLThe Gbvenor says- he did Now T. Herriford a candidate for Jpclge of not make the statement. - Court, subject to you have it two State Senators the ASair County action orthe Republican primary against the Governor. Take your the to be help the first Saturday in Au- Choice. ? gust. We are.authorized to announce Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate to the office of County Judge of Adair "county, subject" to the action of the Republican primary" to .be held the first Saturday in August. Glycerine Tar Soap . Witch Hazel Soap Large assortment of Toilet Soap, 3 cakes Olive Oil Castile Soap Powder Puffs, 2 in Powder Puffs, . Colgates Dental Cream 3-i- n .05 .08 s .25 .08 .08 .12 .24 YIcks Salve, Large Pinex Dr. Drakes Croup Remedy Dr. Bells'Plrie Tar Honey '& Bronchiline ' j. rzg?r Manola sv "Wampole's Cod Liver Oi& iP ' Gray's Glycerine Tonic " Milk's Emulsion , .56 .56 .56- - .50 50c Bill Folds 31.25 Box Paper $2 00 Box Paper .".87 $1.62 -- IMS-- . &. '24. .r,35; (PpM "X25 -- - '- -' v s.s.s. Noxatedlron Tanalc LaxFos "": . . . -- ";'?y ?. . '. M WXf- - -- 55 L00 1,00 .."." 100 ' . .55 DOLLS. AT COST. Large asst. Pencil Tablets ,05 15c Linen Tablets .10 45-pcent, off on our entire tstock v ot Cut Glass. cent, off on our large stock of 20 per of Dresser French s, 'Sets, Manicure Trays, Brushes, n Clothes Mirrqrs, Hair Brushes, Milftary Brushes,, and odd er II) J Sets,-Clock- J Ivor,-consistin- -- w growers, 75 c warning- them againafcgrowing a RqoH Cards crop for 1921, and also notifying them that they must not sell this 60c years crop on the loose leaf marFor Sheriff? kets: They made threats against Aftertalking with many friends, I the growers in Jhe event they have decided to. become a Candidate violated their injunction. The lor Sheriff of Adair County, subject Govenor has offered a reward for to the action of the Republican party any or all of them. county. In viewing his candiat the primary election to be held on August 6th, 1921. If elected I prom-i- s Much is ' being written now dacy it should be taken into conperformance about disarmament. A cable sideration thajb his experience in faithful service in the of my duties, I shall feel deeply from Paris, dated Jan. 22, throws the office, better qualifies him for grateful to all who maysee proper to subject. ' It. the position than he was four some light upon-th- e give me their support and influence. reads in part as follows: What- years ago. He is a man who Very Truly Yours, ever suggestions toward world keeps- office, and what we mean , George 'Coffey disarmament made by Senator by. this statement is. that he is for County court clerk. Harding after he assumes the at all times" found in vit, unless presidency will Be prevented by sickness. He is a Were authorized to announce Mr, American France courteous gentleman, one who Bingham-Moora.candidate for Coun 'blocked by France' t proposes to stand pat on her endeavors to do the right thing ty Court Clerk of Adair County, to the action of. the Republican League of Nations- declarations, between man and man, endeav- party, as ,expressedat the primary, not only by ref usmg to disarm.jonng.to make a" first Satuniay in August.. . cording, to'law, knowing no litibut decline also to sign any covenant preventing her from in- gant" upon the bench. - Under ATTORNEY FOR COMMONW:EALTn?S creasing her army in the com- his management the county afWe are authorized to announce that ing year. JThis means that the fairs have been well conducted, A. .A. Huddleston, of Cumberland President elect will absolutely and should he deviate from his County, is a candidate for fail if he attempts to tackle the present course in the future, he offica of Commonwealth's At10 the will, if possible, be more diligent problem. torney in this the 29th Judicial dis- disarmament ' the past. His object thanV-itrict, subject to the action of the The New Year is young yet, will be to see that every litigant lean primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1921. and many of our subscribers coming before his Court will get have entered upon new time, justice. Judge Sinclair was born and'there are quite a few who and reared near Pellyton, and An exits, session of the Legisowe" for the paper for 1920. We those who were reared with him lature would coat the taxpayers haye the utmost confidence in Gov, do not want to lose a single subof Kentucky $100,000 scriber, but at the same, time we his: integrity. Besides having Morrow's personal friends, do all in arrears to been honored with the office of not believe that he will place are anxious for amount due. County Judge, some years .ago or this burden upon the homey-hande- d call send in the Running anewspaper Is an ex- he served a. term in the Lower sons of toil for a part J3ouseof the Kentucky Legislasan reason redisricting- the pensive business, and our bills, must be "met promptly., We ture. His wife was a Miss Mills, State; have been indulgent and our sub- daughter pi Capt. Ed Mills, and scribers should appjeiate the sit- she and four interesting daughDr. Horace H. Grant, who was pay without further ters grace his home. At this one)of Louisville's most promi-ane- uation and delay. It is our intention to give time Judge Sinclair, merely wants physicians and surgeons, you a readable paper each week the people to know that he is beaged 67 years, died of" apoplexy and laduring the year 1921 and the fore them for JMonday of Jast week His wife help of thosi who are indebted to ter he will go over the county before her marriage was Miss this time would certainly and'personally'present his claims. Leila Owsley, of Burkes ville, a us at daughter of Judge W. F. Owsley, be appreciated. Louisville will have completed who died some years ago at the by April 1, on Fourth Avenue, a On the second page of this .age of 91. Judge Walter S. Sinclair an- $1,000,000 moving picture show. called upon - Night riderslappeared in Bath that and Ballard counties last week, for tobacco Special Cigarettes and Pipes;" -Reyno 2 pkg. ':- Lucky Strike pleCf ' Piedmont Fatima Omar 60 Pipes Camel Chesterfield . , ' . J.i; j. V . iar-Kifi- Mlas -; --.- 18 -- ,I "A,. ft -- f .'Li Sure You Visits - Be ' -- 23, 23 Our $6 O0.French Briar Pipes Bargain Counter r - Columbia Auto Co. m - e sub-ec- - his-dechii- - Re-pu- n First Class Garage and Gar Line TAXI LIlsTE CAR, JDAJILTST 'Leaves Columbia, ' Leaves CGampbellsville, v : : : : 4 a. m. ' 10 and v- . . ' ' a. nr. "12 m: and 8 p.,mr , Special Attention To The Traveling Public. We Take Care.Qf AlrBagage, ' ":... - - -- -- - . nt re-electi- on -- tv l.t- -' tVJ A v iv 7" . Vfc K? V "". ?. w? r" - . Somerset now hasr two Repub Jican papers. Roy B: Eades is - the man who has started the last' venture. He evidently has mow money than he knows whatlo'13b with. After he goes ttp'fcgainst old established ,ps- for 'a ftm monttis, he win -- nounces his candidacy for re According to the Commissionelection to the office of County er, the first year of prohibition Judge, subject to the action of in the United States has been a the Republican party. This pov success. ' sitionthas been held by Judge The Russian Reda are massing-their- , Sinclair for moreAthan thre divisions on the BiWan years and his efficiency is well- - frontier, and there is danger of -v known to the, voters of Adair' an Invasion. , Jfc. v : v to -- We do firsbclas Garage Work. Gurranteeing all our work to give entire satisfaction. If your Car ne.eds repairing, bring it in while we have ample ,time to gi.Ve it our best attention. Come early to , avoid the Sprin'g Rush. ' We give you service Anywhere, Night or" Day. If your Car goes bad on you Anywhere, Any Time, Night or Day, Call 96 A., and we will be Right Out On The Job and, give you First-clas- s Service and charge you Reasonable. We also handle'the best tire made THE RED TOP ,FISK. Wb havegiven this Tire a thorough test on all kinds of roads, and have found' none to be its equrl, and we highly recommend it, and guarantee a 5,000 mile adjustment basis. If you are going to need any Tires or Tubes, give us an opportunity to ishbw you befor you ' ' . purchase. Call 96 A. v ' PROPRIETORS -- . id m or-96- -- r ' ' l a - CleirTarter v. -- Bradley Tarter. ? Stanley Epperson ;,Jtenry Morgan: -v- 1m 'Ml BIJHyWwl Xi W! W?PWH - HiMM -': - A nr-'-i9: V - --- V' w . . - .... ADAIR r OQ0JNJ3GkWEW&!-- . Dr Frank D. Hines and- wife, Den- ver, (2ol ,"' arrived In" Columbia fast Friday night The Doctor is the President of the Southern Oil & Re fining Company, and he is operating -- z - ... in Cumberland county.' He has found and is now, arranging to. pipe it, oils - Local TAKE STOCK v farmers Tobacco Warehouse t$: Newa y Cartipb ellsyille, Ky.2 -- ' Report Of Sales . V c , OF YOUR, HEALTH NOW :v 7T.; Pale, f T" Monday, January 24, 1921. ' -- : Winter Brings Many llls-i- o Overworked People -- Considering the quality of Tobacco and conditions existing theqtiout the country, we claim to fiave'a market second to none in this section of the State. Below is the correct report of a few crops. sold by us Monday; January 24,1921. TAKE Fority-Y- our- PEPTO-MANGA- N. i' Blood v ii-- System-Go- od ' V .ill.GiveoavNew Strength J. L. JOHNSON, . Mac,'Ky... ': " -- ' Ja Keep -- Well: Uark tobacco. .. s : ' EVERYBODY IIS Knifley, Kentucky, ji-. - mrmi ninn r If you 1 eeEthe least bit run ' down, ivii 2d "Pounds ' 45- - i?4 'rfimii Tt. fC,. fV jk. . . 'D EUBANK, ''; -- Cane VaUey, Ky. Burlfey Jobacco. - "' " Vf .. . not necessarily 9fsick, but tired and blue' and sort, of down and out, 90 165 it "v ' ou i OUnus " 'K'''13r25' ak 12,00 ia; ..v i i.--. -- .......... ,::m . " r&i "' " - ......... .$9:25 . - 11 79 Part And. The Northern. ..-,.- . Of - JDATR "GOtJOTYj is ffelking abouthisondefful r i f 12858 . . Be SAT J' We have taken advantage of many special offerings' made by manu- facturers and jobbers and are , therefore, able to offer onecif the m6st remarkable selling events we have ever held. v S19WXY This is" your opportunity Crjttgz&fcmx to- - purchase goods worth up to 50c at this low price. sho.ws p.lainly,that your power of resistance is lowr It is dangerous to go around that way. You don't want to do it. Make no mistake about.it, when you feel yourself slipping into lazy habits, getting indifferent to the' things you naturally like no energy, no vigor, always tired it is time tb look out. It may not mean that 'you are sick or that you will be. But there are dis easesthat would have an easy time of it with your system when your blood has no fighting qualities. You want to be well and keep well and feel strong. If you build up the n quality of your blood by tjiKing you will be in trim to fight off ins. it has just the right mwinter greaienjts to buna your blood up with rich, red corpuscles. n givesyour blood the qualities it needs to pick you up and start you off on a healthy basis. You will notice the difference scon after you start taking it. You will have better color, better feeling, and more energy. You can take it in liquid or tablet form as you prefer Botli have the same ingredients. But be- - sure you get the genuine Gude's 4Ask'for it by that "name "Gude's " and be sure the full name is on the package. Advertise- Lment. t Pepto-MangaPepto-MangaPepto-MangaPepto-Mangan,- 15(Th" 165 . . V. i .... 4W:tJ43f2IO U, ZDf"?. .1 L nfKi- - V&.K i t $:.'& - ....'.'.....'t " '- r.'lO "6 ! . tt " X. T .s. i. ...200f. Ky- .tx- 0" w - J t - 180,. 180 n -- 1650 AWi : Ar i If PERKINS,) Greensburg, . . 170 325 c ? v; s 2f -- 'i -- 25.. ...hj-145,...". ,tom r '""'v johnson; mIc, ' 4110 r .:' -a '. "' 4 00 Ky.j -- '.- -.., v?. Duuaus J. i .,- - Dark Tobacco, t, '. m f- - vviHli 'isbi'-5cygi ; ne .....V.... '- . . 105. C k: v- ; - .... : 34 00 . """ ' oc-- - . - . ... ' .. iio DU ,f . '" vi 15 0GM ,' . 40 8P 13P I ?. Burley Tobacco, V. .?$? 20. ilipO :ic5 50. ?' GRAMMER &,,WILLQCK, ampbellsviDe, Kyr 145 :.iJ pounds . Burley? Toba'cdo. -- W 00 20 00 14 00 Tttt3Ji .'. J?s2 A. BRIGHT, CampbellsviUe, Ky. v '5k: Pounds ;i45 120 105 : ... ' : : . " -- tf Mmwi. . 85 205p 140 100 - "-1- "" :' , -- ' - " .' , ". FEBRIJARY 8. CONTTN"1jTES 10 DAYS PERSONAL , BEGINS SATURDAY 55 -95 . r- y '' -- ' ' $15.00, ... 15.00. 140 20 00 15 50 17 00 8 00 90 15,00 130 ..vv... 'J: :.:. W.-JUD. ;: .. . : ::::. ........ '.$25 -- .....;.. " J. '........ Cane Valley, Ky. Burley Tobacco. ,..,. , H 2200 10 00 Pounds ....':.,.. .. r. .:T. . ..-...,.- ... . " '' 800 7 o;oY 50 75 105 .ur;.; ..'.-.'- .r t $10 0(? 25 00 4 i 00- - " 44 1250' : 25 00 110' 7 00 200 , Columbia Taxi Line. ; 4f y. v.' few days ago' Miss Jennie Jarott- - isvis'itingrat Mr. T. E Jeffries is ow able to be jFord Cari to and from Campbells' up. the home of her brother, 'Geu. J"as. rville Daily; Rates S1.50 each way. v '' ,f v" .5 "Mr. H. C. Yaozant, Edmshton, here Garnett, Lduisviile. 12, or see No. Phone a few days ago Mr.A.D. i?atteson thinks :he will SR. L.. Wethington, Columbia Ky. "' ' "' INCORPORATED 12-Mr. Jack Sparks of Edmonton, was be able to beat his .place of business in a very few days. here a few days ago. No Cheap M&ney in 1921, Says M. Mr. J. H. Pickett,. Mr. J. M. Russell is reported as was over, mixing wdth his Columbiafeeling some better. Trjtylor. friends a few days since. We have a good assortment of mens b&en quite 1 Mrs. John P. Lowe has Mr. T. W. Taylor, CampbellsviUe, and Boys suits and overcoats (custom Melvin A. Tjaylor, 'president of the sick foreveral days. was over last week, collecting on his Fir's t Trust and Savings bank, says made suits) that we are selling. at to Mrs. Yv. A. Ooffey was quite sick tick and accident policies. money rates will not decrease in 2921. day's manufacturers prices. several days of last week. ' Russell & Co. "There wille no cheap" money in Judge G. T. Herriford and wife Mr. Wm. Hamshire, Maysvllie, was ii&vejbeen confined to their room .for 1921," he said yesterday. 'The rate in this place last Thursday. of interest will not go beldw 5 per Mills and tight Plant for Sale, Order Talking Machine Records from out of townl several days. Deep colds. Mrs.. J. C. Strange accompanied Miss .cent, and it 1b possible it may .reach Dr. R. Y.jHindman's wifa and little Fearless & Co., to Greensburg. The Mill in Coliynblaand the one on dealers, When you can Buy Same Records average of 6 .per cent. daughter, Fannie, - have bsen quite jan, Russell's creelr, run by Gr. B. Smith, Little Margaret Hamlett has been "Thia is a favorable condltioa lor US for Less Money and Save Postage. sick for the past week. and the Columbia Light Plant are for quite sick for the past few days. riae financial world. , sale. The owners are ready to give Records on approval to Mr. Sam Murrell and wife returned Mr. jx. m. 'uct, wno met witn a of town., 1 Too sudden a decline In the rate of some man. or men a bargain. They will to Champaign, 111., last week. slight stroke of paralysis, was deport " Yes! we have Records for Any Make Machine interest would mean a panic. But 1 sell a or one half interest in Mr. D. T. Cutd, dry goods salesman; ed, Friday, aB improving. do not look, for this decline, and, what Ithe two mills, or they will sell both Call and ifear our February Numbws;, , wasinlhpcountyallof last week. , Mr.. Coy E. JDudgeon, Lebanon, who is more, 1 look to see the commodity plants to one man. They are in good Mr. W. G. Cleland, Lebanon, called represents a St, Xouis house, was here of money become the reat balancing unnig condition, both doing a splento see our paint men last Wednesday. last Thursday, taking-order- s factor In the financial and business did business. , Mrs. Helena Williams condition reMr. B W. Stoddard and Mr. J. A. worlds this year. The price of everyThe Light plant will be sold tpone gains about theame as last reported - Cavanaugh, Louisville, made business thing but money is falling fast. man or a company! The owners are died recently, being sick only a "Everyone is Jooking for a period reidv" to talk business 'Fnr f nrr.har trips to Columbia last Thursday. Mrs. Alfred Murrell has about recovEes. Phone few days. He was a .good- - citBuslneisPbone of prosperity, bat I do not believe a severe attack of gall stone. ered from see Mrs. M. D. Baker, mother of Miss izen and will be greatly missed. wm ever see sucu anotner penoa oi G. B. Smith, at the -- J Mr. Geo. O. Barnes, Crocus, made a 'Sue Baker, who is a bookkeeper in prosperity as we have in the last Several from this place attendColumbia'Mlll.- - . business trip to Columbia last Satur- the Bank of Columbia,, is' not expect ed the funeral of Mr. W.-- L. '. ed to live but a few hours. day. v "The drop in prices that we are wit, DENTIST- Strange last Saturday on Crocus. Mr. J. W Richards, who has been Mr. J. R. Garnett, of this bar, was nessing this very day is gratifying, but . Glensf erK. He was a brother of Mr. F. .P. ; rTnz in Jamestown last week, taking depo- employed in West Virginia for several nelieve there should be a further Strange, this place, and was a months, returned home last week. " "' sitions.: community no readjustment, drop. There will be The health of this -- . Mr. Richards is a carpenter, and he good man. Office, Front Rooms Jemies BTcfe I however, in the prices of labor, food, is dot good at present. vLouisville, paid reported MrTIthat wages had been Mr. Finis; Thomas, of Balti. and clothing until we see prices of Columbia a business visit a few days where he was employed. Mr. Tandy Thomas has been moreTMd., is -UPSTAIRS. v other commodities adjusted." at home ior a few si&o. Mr. N. Tutt of this place, iaet with He said he believed eventually very sickv but is better at this days' furlough.. We are always Mr. O. E. West. Lebanon, made a a slight stroke of paralysis, , - lad to have Finis win us, if .onat his prices would be 50 per higher writing. COLUMBfA, KY bufii8 trip to this place last Wed home, last Wednesday morning, and as tkan they were before cent Miss Bell is very sick at ly for short time and will be nesday- ia result he was quite sjck during the 'Daily paper. , . ' thUwriting with pnuoonia fe- - glad wten hi$ Uow ixpir e arid HMtK Lwli.ekv66 and R CcBor day.. The stroke affected his rJght audi Jitfr.eQnw hmx M0"affai& to upm It hftptf tbat h will, be fully GIVJEUS THAT EXT.JOB; .tr4o hte ftw t den . Mr. E. T. Rodgers, who represents ,,St, Louis" candy'iioue, vvas here a U- -' . Where tobacco has character, we are getting good prices for. both, Dark ana" Burley. We advise you to withhold your low grades from' the market ' ,. Good Tobacco. just at J:his diate, but market-you- r t - 4,' 52-E- or Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co.. CampbellsviUe. v. . tf . Kentucky. ' WHY? the out Jrom Sent Patrons. one-thir- d Russell & Taylor; 13-- B. 1?-- A weJ-,arblcula- rs elgh-teea,mont- Dr. J.J . Mafrdl .' 8-- tf -- I - W.-Hod-gen, so-ve- ry consld-erablyvc- ut -- - li)14.-Chic- go Iwis - 1 clld -- 1U -- f - r , UrrT)i :'Grujg r " Tof' - thiilce; ifcy. Adir Couqty News $130 v Yr f . .J ; v ' V ?M VI J3tb-- ''-- .6- Continued from ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Page Z. I'll have to give It to you," he grum 1 finish logging In my present hold bled, "although I'm. pretty busy ,thls ings, I'm going to pun out of tnat country and log- twenty miles south .cation all too infrequent with the sons morning." of, Sequoia. Remember, Bill, the man "Oh. I think von're so nice." she'deUfeufc. i tOilogi 9Mj 't5oyl?ood' vas much the sameairfit- a4y'irtBgL-.ILg'tcmrwN TISif! whoclmys yourtlirmerwlll .have A, thrill shot through-hi- m that was It through my land and I'm not go SequoIa,sa$e--tha- t In of other lad in quarter-sectio- n pain ; with tli matter of toys and later guns, akin to san Impulse difficulty did lie ing tqlog that there will be no In the outlet to dash wildly valley. Hence fishing-rodrestrain dogs and ponies he was a into the stable and saddle Midget in for your timber in. back." envy to his fellows. After source of "Not going to log- it? Why, whai lite lentli year ljis father placed him furious haste. Instead "he walked to slowly and with extreme are you going to do with It?" Jjji&he mill the' barn and on pay-dm "I'm just going to let It stay there" J Jhfcyps wont to line up witli the mlll- - dignity. When he reappeared.'he was j' cre,.v to 'receive his modest stipend of leading-- Midget, a little sllverpoint until I die. When my will Isfiled'-Jfo. satls -tij,cIolInrs for carrying in kindling to' mnb of a Klamath Indian pony, and probate, Moses, a sturdy pinto cayuse from the fled butjjot until then, j Better take, cook In the mill kitchen each day r cattle ranges over In Trinity ounty a" dollar. Bill. It'& a good, fair price,' school. "I'll have to ride with you," he an as the market on ..redwood timber Is' Uais otherwise needless arrangement nounced. "Can't let a tenderfoot like now, and you'll be making an even .v- - old Cardigan's way of teaching hundred per cent on your investment' you go out alone on .Midget." financial responsibility. Remember, Bill," If I don't buy your( All aflutter with delightful antici', When Bryce Cardigan was aoout timber, you'lt never log It yourself . reen years old Ibere occurred an pation, the young lady climbed up on and neither will anybody else. Xou'lH , event in his life. In a cdm- - The gate and scrambled into the saddle be stuck with it for the next forty Bryce swung the pony broadside u nlahle effort to increase his income when years and taxes aren't getting any valua-ahl- e liad laid out a small --vegetable to the gate. Two hours of his time did he give that morning lower." .gtwden in the rear of his father's "I'll hang on- - a little longer, I of duty brought him fc'iis.e, and here on a Saturday morn- - before the-rabaclr to the house and his njeglected think." 2il-- " while down on his knees weeding "I think so, too," John Cardigan recrop of carrots? When he suggested ergots, he chanced to look upland now plied. And that night, "as was his a young him tactfully,, however, that it was though he realized that It through the picket fence. She wasa necessary that his guest and Midget wont even Shirley was notposs!ble for Bryce to gain a separate, a difficulty' arose. "years Jils junior, and a stranger .. Sumner refused point blank to leave profound understanding of the business the premises. She liked Bryce for his problems to which he wasjielr, John hair and because he had been &o-- kind Cardigan discussed the Squaw creek to her; she was a stranger In Sequola,-an- timber with his son, relating to him the details of his conversation with now that she had found an agreeable companion, It was far from her the owner. Bryce pondered. "But Isn't-- It intention to desert him. helped cheaper to give him hlsprice on Squaw So Miss Sumner stayed and Bryce weed his carrots, and since as creek timber than go logging In the a voluntary laborer she was at least Sap- - Hedrin and have to build twenty worth her board, at noon- - Bryce mUes of logging rallroad'to get your brought her in. "to Mrs. Tully with a logs to the mill?" request for luncheon. When he went It'wontd be, son, if had-t- o build" to the mill to carry In the kindling the railroad. Fortunately, I do not. for the cook, the. young ladyreturned I'll just shoot the logs down the Hotel rather sorrowfully to the the San Hedrin river jind Sequoia, with, a fervent promise to see drive them down the stream to a on tidewater." hini the next day. She did, and Bryce took her for a long ride up Into the Bryce .looked at his father admirValley the Giants and showed her ingly. "I guess Dan Keyes is right Mils, mother's grave. They put some Dad," lie said. "Dan ...says you're flowers on the grave, and when they crazy like a Tox. Now I know why returned to town nnd Bryce was un- you've been picking up claims in the saddling the ponies, Shirley drew San Hedrin watershed." Midget's nose down to her and kissed "No, you don't, Bryce. I've never It Then she commenced to weep told you, but I'll tell you now the rather violently. real reason. Humboldt county has no "What jire you crying' about?" rail connection with the outside world, Bryce demanded. Girls were so hard so we are forced to ship our lumber to understand. by water. But some day a railroad tomorrow," "I'm from will be built in from she howled. San Francisco ; and when It comes, the He was stricken with dismay and only route for it to travel is through bade, her desist from her vain repin-ing- bur timber in the San Hedrin valley. "Hello, Little Boy." But her heart was broken,, and I've accumulated that ten thousand somehow Bryce appeared to acres for you, my son, for the rallroall In Sequoia. Ensued the following he had his arm around will never be built In my day. It , conversation: "Hello, little boy." her. "Don't cry, Shlrleyhe pleaded. "Hello yourself l I ain't a little "It breaks my heart to see you cry doesn't matter, son. You will stilt be logging there fifty years from now. boy." ' . Do you want Midget? I'll give her to And when the railroad people come to ignored the correction. "What you." She you for a right of way, my boy, give ' are you doing?" Between sobs Shirley confessed that it to them. Don't charge them a cent "Weedin' carrots. Can't you see?" the prospect of parting with him and - "What for?" It has always been my policy to ennot Midget was provocative of her courage . the development of tills Bryce, highly Incensed at having woe. This staggered- - Bryce and pleascounty, and I want you to be 4 been designated a little boy by this ed him immensely. And at parting d-looking, citizen. supf'-lo- r damsel, saw his opportunity good-byreiterating kissed sending you East to- to sMence hor. "Cat's fur for kitten she opinion him he was the nicest, That's why I'm been that her born and raised breaches," he" retorted without any kindest hoy she had ever met or hoped college. You've in this town, and you must see more con. evidence of or.ginallry, we must , to meet. of the world. Listen to me, son. fess, and for t!.e space of several minW,hen Shirley" and her uncle and you can't utes gave all his attention to his crop. aunt boarded the steamer for S,an You're only a boy, and "tell you, unbut " derstand everything I Aim! presently the visitor spoke again. Bryce stood disconsolate some day understanding will come to your hair, little boy. It's a prancisco, "I like on the dock and waved to -- Shirley you. You mustn't fail the people who prt'ft- - red." until he could no longer discern her "work for you wlio are dependent upon That settled the issue between the deck. He thought of his elfln. enter-- . thesn. To be hailed as little boy was companion very frequently for a week, your strength" and brains and opporprise to furnish them with an bad enoughrbut to be reminded of his and he lost his appetite, very much to tunity for life, liberty, and the pursuit crowning misfortune was adding insult Mrs. Tully's' concern. Then the of happiness. When you are the boss to' Injury. He rose and cautiously steelhead trout began, to run in Eel of Cardigan's mill, you must keep the aiJTroacl)c(l the fence with the inteu--tio- n river, and the sweetestreVent that can wheels turning; you must never" shut of p'nehing the impudent strang-"- -' oqur in any boy's existence the sudlogging'cainps ' cr, 'suddenly and surreptitiously, and den awakening to the wonder and. down the mill or tothe in dull timeslust avoid a loss you - sending her a iy weeping. As his of realized V band crept l.etween the palings on Its beautj' first life so poignantlylost sight can stand better than your employees." was in his His hard, trembling' old hand closed . - wicked mission, the little miss looked if by Bryce. In a month he had for- over the boy's. "I want you to Be a ; : at him in friendly fashion and queried gotten the incident; in six months he brave and Jionorable man," he con-- , "What's had forgottenvhlrley Sumner. ' llryce's eluded. , hand hesitated. "Bryce " Cardigan." he answered gruffly. True to his word, when John CardiCHAPTER III. gan finished his logging" in his old, ""I'm Shirley Sumner' she ventured. ? Throughout the - happy years of original holdings adjacent to Sequoia ' -- "Let's befriends." and Bill Henderson's Squaw creek Bryce's boyhood his father continued "When did you come to live in " - Sequoia?" he demanded. timber, he quietly moved south with to enlarge and improve his sawmill, and join"I don't live here. Fra just visiting to build more schooners, and to ac- his Squaw creek woods-ganmore redwood timber. Lands, ed the crew already getting out logs hore with my aunt and uncle. We're quire staying at the hotel, and there's no- - the purchase of which by Cardigan ti in the San Hedrin watershed." Not .;' 'body to play witlhMy uncle's name decadeJLiefore had caused his. neigh- until then did Bill Henderson realize" . "Is Penningon-So's my aunt's. He's bors to Impugn his judgment, now that John Cardigan had called his developed strategical importance. As bluff whereat "he cursed himself for - out here buying timber, and we live a fool and a poor judge of human naa result thoselands necessary to conIn Jiilchigah."' game Her gaze wandered past Bryce to solidate his ' own holdings came- to ture. He had tried a hold-ur- - "where lilt. Indian pony stood with her and had failed; a dollar a thousand him at his own price, while his ad."hond out of the window of her box-- " verse holdings that blocked the log feet stumpage was a fair nrice; for ging operations of liis competitors' years lie had needed the money; and stall contemplating her master. wpnt from him also at his own price. now, when it was too late, A"Ohf what a dear little horse!" "plans matured his error. Luck- - was with Henderson, In fact, all well-laiShirley Sumner exclaimed. "Whose satisfactorily with the exception of however'for shortly thereafter there fs he?! ' "'Tain't a. he. , It's a she.. And one,and since It. has' a very definite came again to Sequoia one Colonel boaring on the story, the necessity for Pennington, a millionaire white-pin- e 3fflshe belonsrs to me." operator froni Michigan. "From a explaining it Is paramount """ you ridejierl'" on the porch of the Contiguous to Cardigan's logging "Not very ofton" now. I'm getting to the east and north of Hotel Sequoia, the Colonel had heard sq Dad's bought'me operations tpo heavy for her, d old John Sequoia, and' comparatively close in, the tale of how X ' a Iterfcethat Weighs nine hundred only weighs five lay a tflock oftwo thousand acres Cardigan had called the bluff of equal-- " ''pounds. Mid-jelv Henderson; so for , hiiiidn?8."VHf considered her a mo-- - of "splendid timber, the- - natural, feas;1 ible, and Inexpensive outlet for which, the next few weeks the Colonel, under He gazed in .awe upon , mew while " tlite man with two horses.. "Gan you when it should be logged, was the pretense of going hunting or "fishing .. rid a' pony?" lip askedTfor no .reason Valley of the Giants. For thirty on Squaw creek, managed to make a years John Cardigan had played a J fairly accurate cursory cruise of the that he was .aware of. waiting game with the owner of that Henderson timber following which sighed, shaking her head re5ue timber, for the latter was as fully Tie purchased it from the delighted signedly. "We haven't any room apony at ourliouse in Detroit," obsessed with the belief tbafTie was Bill for a dollar and a quarter per thousand feet stumpage. ip explained, hopefully: going to sell it to John Cardigan at " 111nW nrlrl Iiref1nI I'd love to ride Midget I sup-- T UU11U1 U11U o linl-- not- - fl4i'llllill fa&f i J1 .""'But No man is Infallible, and Hi planstumpage as Cardigan, was certain he ;V"wiPose could learn to ride if somebody "" was going to buy it. for a "dollar a ning his logging operations In the San me llOW-- " CVii taught '. loofke1 at lier again- - At that thousand when he should be- ready" Hedrin watershed - John Cardigan J.perfod of his life he was Inclined to to do so and not one second sooner presently made the discovery "that he Eventually the time- - for acquiring bad erred in judgment. That season, ;W . 'regard girls as a necessary evil. For more timber arrived. ToliaCardigan, from May to November, his woods-cre- w ri- - "gome immutable reason they existed, S. must be borne with, and meeting his neighbor on the street put tlilrty. million feet of logs - it .was" his hope that he would get accosted him thus:Into the San Hedrin river, while the y ; . through life and see as little as possi"Look here, Bill, Isn't it time we mill sawed oa a reserve supply of logs ble of the exasperating sex. Uever-- . got together on that timber of" yours? taken from the last", of. the old chop-pinsurveyed this win-r- - You know you've been holding It to adjacent to Squaw creek. That . theless, as Bryce turough the palings, he was block me and force me to buyat your year, however, the rainfall" In the San - ome miss sensible of a sneaking desire to find figure. Til give you a dollar .a thous- Hedrin country was fifty per cent ? , Ifavor in her- - eyes also equally seasl-- - and stumpage for your timber, BUI.'! less than normal, and e first of May of the following year Cardigan's - l)le of the fact that the path to that "I want" a dollar, and a halt" " woods-cre'""- -. .4esirable end lay between himself and "A dollar, is my absolute limit" had succeeded la rivleg '"Tfoem Til kfcepm'y, timber." slightly lew than halt of the cut of 4 "And I'll keep,my moaey When tlje-- j prcedtof Jwm .te.'tl oa.oB I suppose if yo want a ride s, - - , V - -- pay-rol- l, ay ; r r&CHr-- . - your-curiosltyvl-llbe . Ai t c jp viV & 'n-afW. 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THEDFORD'S forwar- public-spirite- d e, - P ID "I Oinna L-- on '- Sa How I'm to Keep the -- Mill Runnin'l" - love-affa- ir -- your-name- ?" -- -- tidewater at "the mouth of the river. "Unless the Lord'll gi' us a lot more vater in the river," the woods-bos- s McTavish complained, "I dlnna see how I'm to keep the mill runnin'." He was- taking John Cardigan np the river bank and explaining the situation. "The heavy butt-log- s hae sunk - m i) I) and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as so many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am glad to do so." Black-Draug- ht is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about When you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try Thedford's Black-Draug- ht At all Druggists. . fl m. ude.tlme-bltte- Always Insist on the Genuine! . 1.77 ( j g to .'the bottom," he continued. "WTie a normal head o' water, the lads'll move them, but wl the drappie we have the " He threw .up his hamlike nee n to one side in a listening attitLong he sat there, a great, devotee at the shrine of -- . -- - p hands despairingly. filled Three days later, a 'cloud-burs- t the river to the brim; it came at night and swept the iver clean of Cardigan's clear logs. An array of Juggernauts, they swept down on the boiling" torrent to tidewater, reaching the bay shortly after the tide had commenced to ebb Now, a chain is only as 'Strong a "weakest link, and a chaplet of small logs, linked end to end by nieans of short fhains ; hence " when -- the of logs- - on the Hp""of that flood reached the the Impetus of the charge was too greats to be resisfedi 'Straight through the weaket link in this boom thefiuge crashed 'and out over Humboldt bar to the broad Pacific. Witirthe ebb'tide some of them came back, while otliers. caught In crossCuTrents, bobbed .about the bay all nlglit beached at widely scattered points.' Outof the fifteen million feet of logs "less than three million Were salvaged, and" this task in itself was an expeuslv'e operation. John Cardigan received the mews calmly. He turned from the manngerJ and walked away through hls'logged-oye- r lands across the .little divide of and down Into the quarter-sectio- n green timber he had told McTavisli not to cut Once In the Valley of the n footGiants, he" followed a path to the little amphitheater, . and as-it- s log-boon- Js .van-guardlog.-boo- his comfort; and presently the harried look left his ,strpng, kind face and was replaced by a little prescient smile the sort-- of smile worn by one who througli- - bitter years has sought something very, very precious and has at length dlscovered-- lt CHAPTER IV. r i "T. 11 '-- was on the. day that John Cardigan received the telegram from Bryce It d i. -- Vljio c - chair-warme- r- -- stiff-necke- saw-log.- -- t -- aml-finall- ' ,' " J"-sl-- y p saying that, following four years at Iirinceton and two years of travel abroad, he was returning to Sequoia to take over his xedwood heritage--tha-t he. discovered that a stranger and not the flesh of his flesh and the blood of his brood was to reap-th- e reward of .his fifty years of endeavor. For a long time he sat there lethargic with misery Eventually he roused himself, reached for the desk telephone, and pressed a button on His manthe office exchange-statioager, one Thomas Sinclair, answered. "Thomas" he &aid calmly, "you know, of course, that Bryce Is coming- home. Tell George to take the big car and 'go over to Hed Bluff for n. j and-add- ed al 4 X1C4AA. k T7He and-perforc- - him." ' George Sea Otter, son of- - Bryce nurse, was Cardigan's old a person in whose nature struggled the white's predilection for advertisement and civic pride and the red half-bree- d e - -- gs by-th- w J.h!?irlr hn'r Cardigan's chauffeur and e skin, a correct nose and about the latter's hnf n onmAwhnf conornri mfinth where the sunlight filtered through home, and in the former capacity he Bryce (messed she was twenty or like a halo and fell on a plain little drove John Cardigan's" single evidence twenty-onyears old and that she had white, marble" monument, he paused of extravagance a Napier car, which susceptible of behnj aroused, and sat down on the now almost de- was very Justly regarded by George xue iu.ee mat uus rvuioxuutcSea Otter as the king of automobUes, windfall. cayed sugar-pip- e young woman had also left the train since it was the only Imported car-I- n 'Tve come for a little comfort, at Bed Bluff further Interested- him. sweetheart," he murmured'to her who the county. Upon receipt of orders, for he knew Red Bluff and whUe givslept, beneath .the stope. Then he therefore, from Sinclair, to drive the ing credit to the many lovely damsels leaned back against a redwood tree, Napier over te- Bed Bluff and meet .of that little ambitious city, Bryc e playreiasved ids hat; and cloeRils eyes," liis future boss and had a suspicion that, no forsaw Red hofairig his great gray-hea- d the while fellow, George Sea Otter arrayed hh-CONTINUED ON paGI 7 tt& ia fcXtlr 9t Bec.Wak-cordurornnitni-fii- l three years he had been old man man-of-all-wo- rk man's instinct for adornment For trousers, yellow button shoes, a blue woolen shirt with a large scarlet sUk handkerchief tied around the ne.ck, a pair of beaded buckskin gloves with fringe dependent from the gauntlet, and a broad white beaver hat with a rattlesnake-skiband. Across the windshield of the Napier herfastened pennant hearing an orange-coloreIn bright green letters the legend: MY CITY SEQUOIA. As a safety- first precaution against man and beast en route, he buckled a to the spare tires on the running-boar- d and slipped a rifle Into scabbard within quick and easy the reach of his band; and arrayed thus, George descended upon lied Bluff at the helm of the king of automobiles. When the overland train coasted into Red Eluft! and slid to a crindins halt. Bryce Cardigan saw that tfcr Highest Living Authority had de- scended from the train also. He had elected to designate her thus in the absence of any information anent her Ch'flst&ur and family names, and for the further reason that quite obviously she was a very superior person. Bryce could see that she was the little daughter of some large rich, man. The sparsity" of jewelry and the rich simpllcityof her attire proved that, and moreover she was accompanied by a French maid to whom she spoke In French in" a manner which testified that before acquiring the French maid she had been ir the custody of a French nurse. 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It curiously; then his, white blood asme feel that I have He noted, as further evidence of the dence. It makes serted Itself and he handed tl.e bill" myself. to Introduce correctness of his assumption, that your permission back to Shirley. My name- - Is Bryce Cardigan, and , I baggage-smashe- r at the Ilvejn Sequoia wlieh I'm at home." the youthful "Thank you," he said respectfully.-"Istation failed to recognize her and But you were a man all right she "Of Cardigan's redwoods?" was evidently dazzled when, followed from a lady no. I am like my boss- -I nodded, 'jl've heard by- - the maid, , struggling with two questioned. He work for you for nothing" continued. "I she approached, him and in of you, I think," she Shirley did not understand his repure though alien English Inquired am Shirley Sumner." Sequoia." fervent curse directed at Shirley's fusal, but her Instinctive tact warned "You do not live In. best hotel and the the location of-tthat her not to Insist She returned the- . "No, but I'm going to hereafter. I avuncular relative; whereupon hour" and point of departure of the years ago." young lady promptly left the window bill to her purse, tlianked him again, automobile stage for --San Hedrin. was there about ten and turned quickly to hide the slight out a great and heard no more. He grinned and thrust -- The youth had answered "her first of annoyance. George Sea Otter gravely, for . question and, was about to answer the hand which she surveyed .noted it." inserting hers lb it. They were on the road again by second when George Sea Otter, In all a minute before "LaGy," he said with. great dignity "I wonder," he said, "if It is to be my eight o'clock next morning, and just pussycame his barbaric splendor, to give you a ride every time you as. .Cardigan's mill was blowing the "at first I did not want tc carry your footing arouild the, corner of the sta- duty time, you six o'clock whistle, Bryce stopped thp baggago. I dM not want to walk ors tion In old man Cardigan's regal come to Sequoia? The last" were there you wheedled me Intqj;iv-in- g car at, the head of the- street leading this land." And with a sweeping gestouring:car. you a ride on my pony, an animal down to the water-fro"I'll let you ture he Indicated the Pcnr.tnrtor The Highest Living Authority, folknown as Midget. Do you, by any drive now. George," he informed the grounds. "Then ydo cry a little belowing" the gaze' of the Ts feeling bad aliouf his? silent Sea Otter. He turned to- Shir cause my boss turped .and beheld George chance, recall that Incident?" The- old man. So I like you bettor. wonderingly. She looked at him ley Sumner. "I'm going to leave you Sea Otter. Beyond a doubt he was of old man well, he has been like father the West- westward. She noted the "Why why, you're the boy with the now." he said." "Thank you for rid to me and my mother" and 'we are beautiful auburn hair," she declared. ing over from Red Bluff with me. My k projecting from the scabHe lifted hTs hat and revealed his father never leaves the office, until the Indians. My brothers, too they wort bard, and a vision of "a stage hold-u' for him. So if you like my boss sndt flashed acrqss her mind. Ah, yes, of thick thatch In all Its glory. "I'm not whistle blows, .and so I'm going to his old man, George Sea Otter voultf fcurry down to that little building you course the express messenger's weap- so sensitive about it now," he explaingo to hell for you pretty damn quick- ed. "When we first met, reference to see at the end of , the street and surto- clinch on, no doubt! And further, You bet your life 1" He prise him." my hair was apt to rile me.-?- ' her Instant assumption that here was "You're a very good boy, George."" He stepped out on the runn there was shook her little hand with cordial the Sequoia motor-stagshe replied, with difficulty- repressing; you "George, suppose ! stood titere a moment, and exthe pennant adorning the wlnd-!ilel- d e in tended his hand. Shirley had com- a smile at his blunt but earnest witlul pile Dismissing the baggage-smash"I am glad the Cardigans the tonneau and then pile In there menced a due and formal expression avowal. a gracious smile, the Highest have such an honest, loyal servant" npproached George Sea yourself and keep Marcelle company. of her gratitude for having been deGeorge Sea Otter's dark face lighted" Otter, noting, the while, further evi- I'll drive; and you can sit up in front livered safely in Sequoia, when George with a quick smile. "Now youtay me, Miss .Sumner, snug behind Sea Otter spoke: dence that this car was a public con- with to rfce where you'll not be veyance, for the young man who had the "Here comes John Cardigan," he me," he replied and returned car. , said. .was head- blown about" been her The door opened, and a Swedish? He went through his gears", and the "Drive Miss Sumner around to Coloing toward the automobile also. She maid stood in the entrance reganilng; . car glided away on its journey. "By nel Pennington's house," Bryce orderheard him say: Sumner," l the way," he said suddenly as he ed, and even while he held Shirley's her stolidly "I'm Miss my maid" "Hello, George, you radiant Shirley told her. "This is I'm mighty glad to see you, turned west toward the distant blue hand, he turned to catch the first Marcelle. Help her in with the mountains of Trinity county, "how did glimpse of his father. Shirley followboy. Shake l" She stepped into the halK They shook, George Sea Otter's you happen to connect me with Cardi- ed his glance and saw a tall, powerNunfcy-dunk- l" "Ooh-hooand called: fully built old man coming down the dark eyes and white teeth flashing gan's redwoods?" "I've heard my uncle, Colonel Seth street with his hands thrust a little pleasurably. JBryce tossed his bag in "Ship ahoy!" .An answering cul d in front of him, as if for protection opened Pennington, speak of them." to the tdnneau; the came to her from the dining room "Colonel Seth Pennington means from some invisible assailant the front door; and the young master entrance-hal- l and an in"Oh, my poor old father!" she across the and nothing In my young life. I never had his foot on the running-boarstant later Colonel Seth Penn'ctonJ was about to enter" the car when a heard of him before; so I dare say heard Bryce Cardigan murmur. "My "Bless my grope stood in the doorway. he'sa newcomer in our county.- - I've dear old pal! And I've let-hlsoft voice spoke at his elbow: whiskers! Is that you, my de V tve ' the stage for been away six years," he added in ex- In the dark for two years!" "Driver, this Is advanced to greet her, planation. ''He released her hand and leaped cried, and did you get here, Shirley? Sequoia, is It not?" "Whyhow Uncle was George Sea Otter could scarcely "We're from Michigan. I thought you'd missed the stage." credit his auditory nerves. "This formerly In the lumber business there, She presented her cheek for hi kiss, but he's, logged out now." "So I did, Uncle, but a nice 0 "I see. So he came west, I supyoung man named Bryce Cardigan pose, and bought a lot of redwood found me in distress at Red Blnffr lumber cheap from some old croaker picked me up in his car, and brought who never could see any future to the She sniffed . adorably-"I'- m me here." redwood lumber Industry. Personally, so hungry," she declared, "andi I don't think he could have made a liere I am, just In time for dinner-I- s better investment L hope I shall my name In the pot?" have the pleasure of making his ac"It isn't Shirley, but it soon- witt quaintance when I deliver you to him. beT How perfectly bully to have yots Perhaps you may be a neighbor of with me again, my dear! And what mine. Hope so.' charming young lady you've grown, At this juncture George Sea Otter, to be since I saw you last! You're who had been an interested listener By Jovev why, you've been crying! to the conversation, essayed a grunt no Idea you'd be so glad to see I had from the rear .seat Instantly, to me again." Shirley Sumner's vast surprise, her She could not forego a sly little smile -host grunted also ; whereupon George at his egoism. "You're looking perSea Otter broke into a series of fectly splendid Uncle Seth," she pargrunts and guttural exclamations ried. which evidently appeared quite in"And I'm feeling perfectly splendid! telligible to her host, for he slowed By the way, who did you say pierced down to five miles an hour and cocked you up In his car?" one ear to .the rear; apparently he "Bryce Cardigan. Do you know -was profoundly interested in whatever him?" information his henchman had to ImSon of old "No, we haven't met. part. When George Sea Otter finished John Cardigan, I dare say. Tve heard his harangue, Bryce nodded and once of him. He's been away from Sequolw more gave his attention' to tossing the for quite a while, I believe;- - About miles behind him. time he came home to take care oT "What language was that?" Shirley old father of hisJ" that "Dad!" He Called. with consumed Sumner Inquired, He stepped to the bell and pressed It, curiosity. "Set a from the car. v iJDad !" he called. "It and the butler answered. y? "This Is the Stage for Sequoia, Is replied. Is I Bryce, I've come home ,to you place at dinner for- - Miss SWHey, "Digger Indian," he It Not?" James," he ordered. "Thelma- will i'George'sjmother was my nurse, and at last" t he and I grew up together. So I The slightly bent" figure of John show you your rooms, Shirley.' T S car?" he demanded bluntly, "this the can't veryAvell help speaking the lan- Cardigan straightened with a jerk ; he about to sit down to dinner. Ill Sequoia stage I Take a look, lady. guage of the tribe." held out his" arms, trembling with wait for" you." This here's a .Napier Imported autoWhile Shirley was In the dining: They chattered volubly on- - many eagerness, and as the car continued mobile It's a private car and be subjects for the first twenty miles; on to the Pennington house Shirley room Colonel Pennington's features: longs to my boss here." " then the road narrowed 'and com- looked back and saw Bryce folded in wore an expression almost pontifical, Bryce turned and lifted his"' hat. menced to climb steadily, and therehis father's embrace. She did not but when she had gone, the atmos"Quite naturally, you thought it was after "Bryce gave all of hlS"gttention however, hear the heart-cr- y with phere of paternalism and affection the Sequoia stage." He turned a to the car, for a deviation of a foot which "the beaten old man welcomed which he radiated faded instantly-Th- e smoldering glance upon George Sea from on the outside of Colonel's face was In repose nov the wheel-ru- t , Otter. "George," he declared omi the road would have sent them hur-- J his boy. cold, calculating, vaguely repellent": "Sonny, sonny oh, I'm sq glad nously, but with a sly wink that drew tling over the grade Into the you'.re back. I've missed you. Bryce, He scowled slightly. the sting from his words, "if you're canyons below. By reason of Pm whipped Tve lost your heritage. "Now, Isn't that the devil's luckf anxious to hold down your job, the the fact "Young Cardigan i that Bryce's gaze never Ohf son! Pm old I can't fight any he soliloquized. to you and next time a lady speaks probably the only man In Sequoia wavered from the road Immediately more. .I'm blind I can't see my asks you a simple question, you an- In Tshe had a chance dashed awkward If they should be- -' .I've lost your redwood trees swer yes or nS and refrain from, sar- to front of the car, appraise him critically while pre- even your mother's Valley of the come Interested in each other at this., castic remarks.. Don't let yourx en- tending to look past him to time. They say he's the Giants." thusiasm for this car run away with tumbled, .ranges to their d to weep for. the certainly he. Is educated and has And he commenced you.'-- ' He faced the girl again. "Was rlgfit some worldly polish just the-kinIt your intention to go to Sequoia on - She saw- - a big, supple,-1'- powerful-ma- third time in fifty years'. And when pf young fellow Shirley will findi the aged, and helpless weep, nothing the next trip of the stage?" or sir, with the is m,ore. terrible- - Bryce Cardigan said Interesting and welcome company In a" of twenty-fiv- e v She nodded bearing and general demeanor ,ofvone no word, but held his father close town like this. Many things can wait many years "That means you. will have-this elder. His noe was to his greaT heart and laid his cheek happen in a year and it will lie a t here three- das until, the stage re high, of mediunr-thlcknes-s. and Just a gently against the old man's tenderly year before I can smash the Cardir , turns irom sequoia,:' uryce repuea. trifle long the nose of n thinker. as a woman might" And presently, gans. Damn It."' -t A shade of. .annoyance passed.'over His ears were large, with full lobes- front, that silent communion of spirit, the- - classic features of the" Highest the ears of a generous' man. The each drew strength, and comfort As X Living Authority. "Oh,., TO HE CONTINUED- . mouthy but firm, the T?eavy the shadows fell In John ' Cardigan's w complained, how fearfully dear."? 'she jaw-anawkward V --. $ square chin, the g"reat hands town, they vVent home to the house on Now I shall have to take the next (most amazingly free, from freckles) the hill. train to San Francisco "and book pasWhen Mrs. Katherene Sparks.-Carman'j denoted the man who would not avoid sage on rhc steamer to Sequoja and was buried at Lexington Shirley Sumner's-- eyes were moist Oh, a fight worth while. Marcelle is such a poor-sail-or. Upon their arrival at the 'when George Sea Otter, In obedience , dear!" . Bryce during dinner was very atten- to ,the: instructions, of his youthful her seven grown sods, acting as Bryce had an Inspiration and hasten- tive arid mildly amusing, although master, set herr the French maid, and pall bearers, bore her: body- - to ed to reveal It. Shirley's keen wits assured her that their e down on the side"We are about to start for Sequoia this was merely a clever pose and walk in front of Colonel Seth Pen- thegrav, now, although the lateness of our start sustained Tvith difficulty. was hesi. She d will compel Us to putiup tonight at confirmed in this assumption- when, nington's house. The tated a moment, undecided whether he" e In.view of the on the south f6rk of the , V she complained of being-wear- would" carry the up to Trinity river and continue the journey She the door or leave that task for a animosity between the sheep ancU and bade Aim In the morning. However, this 'had scarcely left him when he .called r Pennington retainer; then he noted ; cattle interests on the westerm Is eminently respectable and "George!" the tearstains on the cheeks of his the food and accommodations are ex d The slid out of the darkpassenger. Instantly he took up ranges, isn't it che most natural) JO." traordinarily good for mountains ; so, J ness and sa"t down beside hlnv A fair kicked open the the If an Invitation to occupy the. tonneau moment ,later, through the open iron gatej and preceded Shirley up the thing in the world that woolera 'of my car will not be construed as window of, her 'room just above the cement walk to the dooiv hose should scratch easterns an Impertinence, romlngias it does pprch where Bryce arid George Sea "Just wait a moment, if you please, calves. from a total stranger, tou are at Otter sat, Shirley heard "the former George," Shirley said as" he set the liberty to Tegard "this car as to all sayr- baggage down and started back for intents. and purposes the public "George, .when, did you first" notice the car-- He turned and beheld her A fashion note aayr'thit the-;- ; which so scandaloaely "that nay father's sight was beginning extracting a 1)111 from her wait for yoa .this aoraiair,". to fail?" extremely decollette evening: purse; "ITor you, George," -- she She. looked at"hiia searchlngly for "About two years ago, Bryce. "Thank youso-much.gown baa diaaappeared. Mayb a Tbrief InStant; then frith a peculiarly to walk- with his hands held Jn his life George Sea Otter had winning smile aada graceful iacUaa-tto- a out in front of him, and, sometimes neverall under a book-an-d had such an experience he, of ber bead she tbaaked Urn be lifted Ms feet too high." hapfUly,. having, been raised laa counor. somthinr. . ani accepted, hie hospitality thus; try, "where, witb the exception of 'Gaahe see at all now. George?" 6 -suit-case- s, "Oh. yes. a little "bit enough to make his way to the office and back." "Poor old governor! George, TintH you told me this afternoon. .1 hadn't heard a word about it. If I had, I never would have taken that two-yeJaunt around the world. And you say this man Colonel Pennington and my father have been having trouble. " Here George Sea (Otter "Yes gracefully unburdened himself of a ar - f he , lush -- - nt baggage-"smashe- r, - - rifle-stoc- p - e, wig-boar- d, - good-natur- e. Miss-Sumne- er r's hand-baggag- Living-Authorit- y wind-shiel- d fellow-passeng- er red--rasca- 1 hand-baggag-e." h! half-bree- d m -- red-haired- " - stiff-necke- d - was--jus- I , deep-timber- ene-jnie- s. good-lookin- gj , snow-covere- rtc-quir- ed d - n . - -- . i- full-lippe- 1 d d -- f' , . - rest-hous- e, -- hand-baggag- half-bree- - rest-hous- long-standin- g" after-dinner- hand-baggag- e good-nigh- t. - rest-hou- se half-bree- ' hand-baggag- e, -- -- " con-veyan- ce -- fiye-doll- ar coh-tinne- d. He-bef&- n " - -- d ey. -- . . ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. Breeding. cousin, W, , L. Bennett; this Businesses progressing nicely at this.place. Mrs- - r Strange made a biai-aie'&m trip to Edmonton Monday. .' The farmers of this section liave. been busy plowing. es place.' , .ww?? " 5- S. T. Bennett made a business trip to Glensfork- - Wednesday. We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr. Will Strange, wlio lived near Picnic. 'He. was a Mr. Earl Williams, a well good man and ., will be greatly known salesman was visiting ouri missedby all who knew him. y fe - i?i ; ,'$r i - JCX f merchants one day last week. Mrs. Elbert Pulliam and Httle daughter, of Edmonton, was visiting' her parents at this place a e w days of last week. Mr. Sam and Alfred Baker - We are informed that S. F. Harvey, this place, "and Millard of Sparksville, will erect a new store building on Harvey's Ridge and go into the goods business. Mrs. Rena Mclntier was visit- ing Mrs. Ina Spoon 0De day last week. Mr. F. L. Darnell and wife have removed to their new home on the Sparksville-Fairplayro- ad and Mr. C.'C. Lewis,- - of r near Columbia, has removed to the F. H. Bryant property on .the Crocus road formerly occupied by Mr. Darnell. Revs. Emery and 'Firkin have Corbin, --- mxt -- T T.sy-- l- - - mm jr -- . r ' Tm fcVX ""' ? jy t i. J ''" - THE -- ' -- irNJVERSfc &&' rt 1-- V ! ' ANNOUNCEflENT S '-"- W. ; 11 M A'll. T?Aca R LIUAIH TTrir1 1 U1U) passed through this place day en route Renox. Mr. and Mrs. Lennis Reece and PiocJi1pnt rvf thp PnrH Mntnr fnmnanu rtiuoc nnf ... m. vr wv...pu.., &. . Jl. Ulfc (rAtrwuinrt (fifamsn( aww.v.w..b IUUUUUI5 SlQllUClll. M. . . The'price of has been reduced from 790 00 to $625.00, effctive immediately. ' wife were visiting his parents at this place, Sunday;. , 'Mr.T. P. Breeding was visit- ing-Mr- . J. H. Branham of 'this .Sunday, Miss Ada and .Zoradah Roach were visiting Mrs. W. T. Reece ?Ved aesday of last week, "Mr. Bill Tray lor passed through tfhis place Monday on his return :rom Cincinnati. Mr.' John Simpson andwife tfisited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reece 5) lace, This price change has been made possible through lower cost of materials and the fact that we are now located in our new tractor plant with greatly increased economic manufacturing facilities in immeadiate connection with our foundary and machine,shop3 and large blast furnaces where iron is poured directly from the ore, giving us maximum efficiency with the power to reduce cost of pro- - duction, and down comes the price in line with our policy fo market our products at the lowest po3- sible figure without in any way affecting our high standaad of quality. .We are particularly pleased in being able to bring about this big reduction in the price at this time because the farmer needs all the help we can givehim and this big cut in price will be the just closed a two weeks' revival at Harvey's Ridge school house. In our judgment it was one of 9 There were 15 or 20 conversions of this - "liiaceis visiting. her daughter of and thechristian people, greatly revived. ' Columbia. . Mrs. S. F. Harvey is real sick .The death of Mr. Willie at this writing. ' Strange' was very shocking to v the people of thjs place. Cane Valley. iMr. A. 'C. Frodge and daughd iter attended the funeral of Mr. Health of this neighborhood is Willie Strange. very good with the exception of :Mr. Herbert Sparks and Mr. a iew very severe colds. Arthur Boston, of Redlick, 4were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newton, ib'uyinghogs here, Saturday of who have been visiting relatives fiast'Week. at this place, have returned to their home at Spurlington. Joppa. Mrs. Mary L . Grant, who has been sick for several weeks, is "When I wrote my last letter I slowly improving. ithought that if if it did 'not go. Born,to the wife of John Hubto the waste basket that I would bard, a daughter. Mother and write again some time. baby are getting along nicely. Mr. Stults and Dr. 0. P. Mill-sMiss Ruth VanHoy entertain of Columbia, jwere writing in surance for I.- - J. Williams last ed a number of her friends last Friday. Although the number ,i3?eek. . was small a sumptuous dinner People are preparing to put was served and every one had a out a large crop of corn. Lots of delightful day. The following - ground all ready turned. Stella werev Present: Misses There will be several bunches Riall, Irene Humphress nd Suof hofcs near this place. The sie Banks. way we see out is. to have Mr. and, Mrs. E. S. Rice, Mr. anore pounds op the hogs when and Mrs. W. H. Johnsfonj and vwe pul them on the market. Mr. and Mrs: S. L. Banks spent IThe .people of the neighborlast Sunday with "Mr. and Mrs. hood went to C. W. Young's corn Ray Page.' r' field last week and when night came they had his corn in the Col. Swinebroad Optimistic. and all went home feeling tcrib Mrs. G... T. Simpson r, Sunday. . 0, the best meetings that has been in this vicinity for seeral years. means of placing a valuable power unit within the reach of prastically everyone of them, not to mention industrial and commercial concerns which likewise have benefited through its use and are aleady realizing to a much greater extent, its value as a powerand hauling unit. But particularly has the FORDSON tractor proved a most valuable factor in the saving of farm labor, at the same time in creasing the per acre crop yield as well as making possible a utilization of previously uncultivated land, to say nothing of removing no end of drudgery. y - v There is no question that the use of machine power on the farm is the greatest advancement made in the developement of agriculture, not only in money saving and money making results, as well as raising the standards of living on the farm to a much higher level, but because of its proven value in making every type of land more productive, andj consequently our desire to place the . FORDOSN within the reach of all. "$ - t THERE IS NO CHANGE IN TfiE PRESENT FORD OAR AND TRUCK PRICES, which are already at the lowest possiple figure, and now with .reached on the tractor price a further reduction of price in either the car, truck or tractor is out of the question ; in fact, the big price cuts have been made in anticipation" of continuous maximum production and increases may be necessary before longita large volume of new business is not bB'taineS. Therefore, present pri- ces of. Ford products cannot be guaranteed against possible increases. rock-botto- m U K- - Aik for the book "The Fordson at Work," which will be supplied free of cost. Let us demons strate the value of a Fordson on your farm, in your factory, lumber yard, coal yard, or in any gen- eral hauling or power work you have to do and let us have your order for' a Fordson. . The Buchahan-Lyo- n INCORPORATED Co. Columbia and Campbellsville, Ky. could be far worse. Let's make every town, and once again they the best of things and be thankful they're no worse." Col. Swinebroad is right all along the line. We can talk a thing until we are made to believe it is true. The Interior Journal commends the colonel's optimism to- - its leaders generally, hoping that they will do as he suggests, quit crying hard times and make the best of what is before us. Interior Journal. Prosperity Ahead. .good. -- - .. , ' . :Mrs. Lizzie Murrell has been pilgrim ran across Col. sick for some time but- is better. - At Lancaster Monday the I. J. the "sale G. ."wizard,1" r- - : -- 4t,x 4. . Toria Willin visited herf, and asked him how he felt about Mrs. A. M. Hadley, of land sales during the present ijRussell county last week. year. "Fine," he said. "I am Willie Powell's remains were already booking a number of 'brought here sm January 24, and farms and will sell them at good jlayed to rest in the graveyard on prices. Things are all right, Judge Gary, of the United States Steel Corporation, says an era of business prosperity is on its way. We trubt that' he is Tight, for his opinion is worth more than that of mostv business men. Onfe thing js certain, the worst depression is over. It has hurt,1 and hurt batlly, but this country has recovered from more serious business depression than now exists. The Stock Exchange, which is as good a barometer of business as we have, shows unmistakable signs of steady gain ir most all kinds of securities, especially industrials. Money is becoming more plentiful and easier to get, with at lower rate of interest prevailing. xThe drummer isv on the road again. He is so numerous that invading flocks of them ara " the vauuci o io,5. i.uuv-iu- i cJJservices were held by Eld. Z. T. v? Columbia. A large - Y) Williams of .crowd attended the funeral. Mrs. Clara Young is some better at this, writing. Mr. Doolittle was here locking after his business one day last & 2 frfJX ux. only trouble being that the mon- frreok. m tm V r"" Fairplay. "Some of V, - .commenced our farmers have breaking corn ' - ground. iMt J. t. M. Grider is very low ith pBeumonia fever. vpit .Wednesday K' ,.MR. Darnell, of Gtdberry, . night with his - ey powers are profiteering. This will be stopped in time and we will soon forget all about the low price of tobacco and our other little troubles. One thing you newspaper men ought to do is this try and Btop this cry of hard times. It is imagination to a great extent. True,- - money is tight, but nobody is wanting for anything, barns are full of corn and there's lots to eat in the land. Those who have it to sell are getting reasonably good prices, while those who have to buy are experiencing very little trouble in getting the wherewith to purchase with. Things A . are filling the hotels. This is a good business symptom. The. labor problem"" remains comparatively unsettled, and the scale of wages must come down so as to meet other conditions and in proportion to the cost of living. The farmers have had a fern-bl- e jolt in selling their stock at greatly reduced prices; when it was fed on high priced feed with high priced 'labor; but he also has passed the rubicon of depression, and with his ability to borrow money at reduced rates, he will "get on his feet" a'gain. There will- - be no general prosperity in the country until .the farmers are prosperous, and we think that. he will shortly have a foreign market for his surplus, which Will materially help the situation. It is time, to smile and not to frown," and to be cheerful enough .to realize that things could be a great deal worse and that they are soon going to get a great deal better. Elizabeth-tow- n Kentucky." -- My Loss Your Gain will Close Out the Remainder of my High Top Shoes, Sweaters, Underwear and Blankets at LESS than COST. I have a Complets Line of O' Bryan alls, Ball Band Rubbers and Boots. I Over- Motion JPictures in my Hall Every Saturday nigfit. bood Band Music. ... K M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. Fordsen Tractor: fyakes Record t Plows 40 dayaand nights; turns 900 acres without repairs. Stopping only for gasoline and oil, a Fordson tractor owned by N.Korpua of Ludden, Dickey County, North Dakota, recently completed a recordrun of forty days. Three operators were as signed to the tractor, each work ing an eight hour shift, and thusr keeping the tractor in operation twenty-fou- r a day. hours "Nine hundred acres were plowed withoutone minute's stop for repairs," says the affidavit received by the Ford Company from the Fordson owner. The tractor was purchased during the Summer of 1919. In the Spring of 1920, Korpua began Mis plowing and had al ready turned 200 acres before he conceived the idea of working the tractor day and night. Electric head lights were installed, operators were obtained, -- HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in .Columbia. All Classes'of Dinlal Work Done. Crowning and Inlay .Specialty. All Wort a . WorAlQaaranteed Office: bext door to post office. and with no further special prep.' arations, the little Fordson n tered upon what turned out to a record, run for eoduraaee. y V' X. u? - 'V'&d" x '. i S" V Vr X