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The Russell's Creek Baptist Academy Ave came over from Campbellsville Mrs. Mary Dudley Baker at a Ripe five In and met the Llndsey-Wllsp- n Old Age, Succumbs to the the latter's gym. Lindsey was ahead Inevitable and Peace- at the close of the'first half, but the visitors gained in" the latter half, and folly Meets Her when the contest closed the score God. stood ?8-t-o 31 in favor of the visiting team. The contest was fast and OF jCOLUMBIA. LONG A RESPECTEB RESIDENT smooth from the beginning until it FEB. 9, 1921. thereby enabling the operators to produce crude at a much lower price than formerly, and when the smoke of the geueral readjustment battle, now being waged, has cleared away I am inclined to the opinion that we will find that the oil situation is much better than reports would Indicate, and that there has been no cause for alarm. The Southern Oil & Refining Company, Denver, Colo., Dr. Frank D. 0. T. MUler Eater- - OIL NEWS. BY E.. Tf KEMPEK. Russell Cwnty Death Noticzs. the mother of Eldt Arthur Baugh, died last week in Tennessee. Her remains were brought to her old home, Rowena, and interred Sunday. She was 83 years of age, and was an aunt of. Mr. W. T. McFarland Mrs. Baugh, who was tail.- On Friday evening Feb. 4th, Dr. asd Mrs. O, P. Miller entertained at their home, on Burkesville St The house was artistically decorated in pink and white cornations and the color scheme was carried out in the Individual ices and cakes. Five hundred was played. The following were 'present: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. And Mrs. Edgar Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Eros Barger, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor, Kr. and Mrs. Albia Eubank, Dr. and Mrs Flowers. Miss Susan Miller as 'sisted in the hospitalities. -- After an unlooued for interference with drilling operations, caused by the breaking of the wire line, which was too light to stand the strain inciof this place, and was highly respectdental to deeper drilling, the Columed. bia Development Company is again Mrs. Mary Lester, who wbs the widrunning on full time. They have en .Hines, president; Mr. George L. Wood, ow of Milton Lester, died at Kendall countered a srood showing of oil at a closed depth .ot750 feet, and indications con Secretary; Dr. George W. Sjtifler.treas- last Thursday. She was close to 90 Last Tuesday afternoon .about the tUiuevery encouraging for a good uror; with their head otfice in suite 19 years old. For many years her hus Mr. J. Df . Coffey requests us to hour of 2 o'clock, the spirit of the strike. A new and heavy wire line to 26, 1609 Broadway, in the midst of band was a general merchant at Ken, pos- subject of this writing went; to God. state that he has no place on his , ,hislust been received and installed, Denver's busiest districts, are now dall and was prominent. spending larze sums of money in deNeither who gave It. sessions for a 31.50 horse and development work is now expected has he time to feed an animal of such lb was not generally known over to prjoceed as fast as possible without velopment work in this territory, and .Miss Eleanor Ortella Whitlock, a. they are meeting with great success charmlngughter of Mr. and' Mrs. value. The horse he bought is noc the community that Mrs. Baker was any more interruptions. only.a saddler, but a runner, and that seriously ill. For the last severaj " in their undertaking. Their activities G. W. Whitlock, of Campbellsville, Mr. Frank J. Schermer, field repre Delightful Entertainment. no racer ever put his nose under the years she had been stricken at .times at present are confined to the Russ was married last week to Mr. Arthnr sentative of the Armstrong Drilling Gilbert farm, near Bakerton, Cumber- Findling, formerly of Chicago, 111., string sooner. As to the price, he anil Vior frianria nnri ria.ncrtit'.fnr: 'Miss. Manufacturing Company, Waterloo, " " up to bnt now of Louisville, in which "city the Sunday Iowa, is spending several ,'days in this land county, where they have a does not care to give the exact fig- Sue Baker, believed Miss Eva Walker entertained ' The four fine wells, and are drilling the ceremony was performed. number of friends at the home of her ures, as the Commissioner will be before the end came that she would section assisting their local represen in' on No. 5. They have also completed a father of the bride is parents on Greensburg street, last Fri- around soon, but he is Willing to state recover. She at no time appeared to tatlve, Mr. O. C. Fink, in looking pipe .line from the wells to Cumber-- , Columbia. be very strong, but she evidently had day evening. The guests were enter- that it was up in the hundreds fast increasing trade in this ter wonderful vitality, looking "after her land river where they are installing a tf Mr. J. H. Stone, of Jamestown, who tained with rook and music and ritory. The Armstrong rigs are prov. The Farmers Union held a meeting household affairs until she passed 250 barrel steel tank to receive the oil is durn ul refreshments were served here, hasjqult the pracIng to be well adapted .to this section, at the court house last Monday after- birthday. j and purchasers are more than pleased for loading on barges, and they expect tice of law and hasenteredlthe minising the evening. Miss Mar Winfrey to be able to begin shipping the "li- try. He was licenced at the. last She waB a daughter of William M. assisted In the hospitalities The oth- noon, and it- was largely attended. results xt their wo"rkv The meeting was in the interest of and Mary Ann Gatewood Spencer, and with quid gold" by the middle of this Quarterly Meeting, of the M. E. er guests: were: Misses Flossie Shivey, Mr. J. B. Doolittle, the month". They are also equipping a Church, held In his town, to exhortv Taylor, growing tobacco, It was resolved that was born and reared in Greensburg. Mary Graves McMahan, Katie no burley tobacco is to be grown in After the death of her mother she operator now making headquarters large barge with three 100 barrels In 'due time he expects to join Mary Frances Stevens, and Messrs. tha here, has gone to Worcester, New -Frank Hughes, Frank Callison, Gobel Adair county during the year 1921, lived several years in Lebanon her York,'his home, to Bpend a few days e?ch steel tanks, by which means they Louisville Conference. This informaand the farmers to hold thfir present father having removed to that city. will transport their output to Burn- - tion was contained in Jamestown Clayton, Noel Pickett, Edwin with his family and in looking after"4 side, Ky crop A man was appointed in each From this "place she was sent to col thereto be transferred to items, published in Russell Springs precinct in the county, whose duty it lege and when she completed her ed- business interests at that end of the tank cars on the Southern Railway. Advance. will be to secure pledges In keeping ucation her father removed here' and line Be will keep in close touch Dr. Hlnes, who, accompanied by Mrs. . Mrs. Eros Barger Entertains. with drijling operations here, and as Hines, is spending some time in CoMiss Sallie B. Newbysold the prc with the resolutions. In Columbia the major portion of her soon as a well is ready to be completed perty now occupied by Mulhmix, near lumbia, states that he is simply delife was spent. She was a woman of On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Born, to the wife of T. O. Patteson, Creete-bor- o, he will return here without delay. lighted with their prospects in this the Fair, to 0. H. Campbell of Eros Barger gave a card party at at the home of Mrs. Patteson's par- the highest character and was Intel? for 32100. Mr. Campbell will re Mr. Thos..A. Sheridan, the largest territory, that the company will push their attrative home on' Bomar ents. Horse Cave, Feb. 2, 1921, a fine lectually strong, a most entertaining She was a woman operator in this section, has been development work to the limit, and move to Columbia the first of Apri' conversationalist. Heightst . A lovely lunch was served. daughter. The father holds a posi- who read much, and was not only: spending ajew days on an important they expect to secure a record pro Mr. Mullinix will build on his farm' on. The following were present:. Dr. and tion in Detroit, Mich., and news the lr. MrsV 0. P. Miller, Mr: and Mrs. Herversed in the history of her own coun business trip to northern Kentucky duction from their holdings now 'be- the other side of comes from Horse Cave that Mrs. Pat' Ohfo. try, but she kept up with the histor- and southern ing developed. He also states that in My throughbred Jersey bull is now bert Taj lor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, teson and the little one are doing fine. ical events abroad. ' Mrt O.'C. Fink, who has just re- - view of the fact that such a high ready for service. Fee, $1.50 at tha Mrs. C. M. Russell, Mr and Dr. and The little girl was christened CathSome years after her father came to turned jiome from a flying trip to one grade of oil is found in Kentucky, gate. I will notjbrake this rula, -Mrs. Edgar Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin erine Louise: Columbia to live she was married to of the large southern cities, reports particularly lh this section, that he Mrs. Edwin Cravens, rA Fraser, Mr, and Jo Baibee, W. E. Baker, vho was a prominent thathabas completed arrangements and his associates are more than 1110b Columbia, Ky.- Mr. J. T. Goodman wrjtfrhjs famMkO'CIsck Dinner? ily, from Joplin, Mo., that his health citizen of ths place, and to.this union with certain capitalists, their names pleased'to apendtheir money in op- for the present, eratlng'ln this territory. Mr. R. T. Baker, Amandavllle, is improving every dajr and that he is one child was bom, Miss Sue, meo being withheld Mrs. Allen Walker gave a beautiful busy all the. time. He.. is traveling in tioned above, who holds a trustkpo- - .whereby development operations will came to Columbia Monday, and ' - six o'clock--- . dinner at her home on ,ha Inaugurated in this section without . - First National Bank. bought a male Aberdeen Angus calf several .of the Western States, and he flition in the Bank of Columbia fronTSam Burdetta for $100. Greensburg St., Thursday, Feb. 3rd. feels like his health . will be perma When you take into consideration delay. These people hav&holdlngs in At the. regular meeting of the stockCum-- , present:The following were mently restored. His many Adair that the daughter is left alone, you the counties of Adair, Russell, holders and directors of the First NatHome, grown clover seed for sale.. Stults, Gordon' Mont- county friends will be glad to read conclude that this death Is one of the' berlahd, and Clinton counties, and Geo. ional Bank of Columbia held on the $15.00. per bushel. i? saddest, in point of association, that they are leaving the matter of locagomery, J. O. Russell, C. M. .Russell, this information. "'" W. I. Feese, 11th- - day of, January, 1921, E., H. Willie Hlnes, Mont Cravens; Misses has been brought before the residents tion rforjdrHUng tothe judgment and Hughes was " elected cashier and Bruce 14-Cane Valley, Ky. ... "O Circuit cdurtwill open at James- of Columbia for many years. The imthe handsrof Mr. Fink, and he will Mary Lucy Lowe, Susan Miller, Sallie Montgomery, assistant.' At another work to the limit. town Motiday week, the third Monday. mother and daughter were perfectly Fields and Mollle Caldwell. meeting held by the Board of Direct, Dr. O. P. Miller removed a tumor If the weather should bea fair, a .rep-- , devoted, and it Is indeed, heartrending q rrhe Beacon Oil Syndicate, Chicago, ors from Tom Bailey's neck .a few days on' the 28th of January, bf mutual Birthday Dinner. sentative. of the News will bsupon the. to the daughter that she will never managedbyDr JW. Goggin, one of arrangement of the Board of Direct- ago. The patient has about recovered'. square the first day. Patrons of, the again see the living, form connected with the ors and Mr Hughes, Hughes resigned thellvest'wires Warning. Mrs. Annie E. Walker 'celebrated paper living over the county, and who dear mother. Yet she should be. ..con- development of this territory, have as cashier and Bruce' Montgomery her birthday Feb. 3, by entertaining may have business, with, the publica- soled, for the teachings of the good just had the good fortune to make an was elected cashier. Mr, Hughes was Book tell her that after awhile there other fine striks on the Campbell dinner tion, are requested to see him. Now a number of her friends Some, good advise jo Farmers. eleected vice president and remains will be another meeting: It should Bros farmf Creelsboro, their well No preaent were:;Mesdames W. Those with the bank and retains all his in is the time to selLyw Good Tobacw, Mrs. P. P. Dunbar, who lives on also be consoling to the daughter to 3, which came in flowing, having been T.,,McFarland, Mary; ..Caldwell, less or hold it terest in it, and its business, and sue unless yoa wish Alices Vance, and, Mr., Bomar. Heights, met with, a very se- know that this entire community completed at a depth of 250 feet. This cess, and his friends will find him indefinite- - time: In a shart Jtui W. Flowers. Mrs. Walker re- rious accident a few. days ago. She feels for her, and in it she will never. ,is the third good well for these people ready at all times when they desire'to for an .wsj opening a,can of fruit and the can lack for friends. ceived manynice present. on the Campbell farm, and they will transact their" business with him. time the the upper counties will have slipped, almost severing one; of, her MrsBettie Atkins, who was a sis- continue'drilling operations on the This arrangement has been made so their, crop' marketed, the manafacfor- ' fingers- - Dr. Russell ., was called, and ter of,the deceased, is the last living lease. ' that Mr. Hughes may be free to' get ex wilt probably be off the market, wound. dressed the member'of this Spencer family. Another deep cut in, the price of out at times and see after outside and yoQ will be"Ielt entirely without The deceased was a devoted member crude oil during the past week came' Mrs. C. M. Russell entertained a' business for the bank. order men. Intestinal worms destroy the health of the Baptist J3hurch, and was ready as a great surprise to not only the opnumber of friends at a lovely dinner The business of the Bank has of children and weaken their vitality. Dark tobaccojsold over, oar floors for her Master's call. on Wednesday, Feb. :2nd". The folerators in this immediate section, but to such an extent that the Monday, Jan. 31st, general average The worms should be expelled before The funeral services were conducted all over the country as well, and some ;Bank lowing were present: Mrs. W. A. wishes to. relieve Mr. Hughes of serious damage is done. White's Patteson, Mrs. Geo. Coffey, Mrs.t A. D. at the home, Wednesday afternoon at of the "weak-kneed- " or pessimistic so much detail work inside the Bank, $7.92; Barley, $9.78- Cream Vermifuge is a thoroughly suc3 o'clock, by Rev. Leslie" J. B.- - Smith, Staples, Mrs. Willie Hines, Mrs. J. O. Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co., ones are predicting dire calamities to' and have, the opportunity to get out cessful remedy. Price, 35c Sold by Hill and Miss Minpastor of the Baptist Church, assisted followsuch action, but If they ;will Russell, Mrs. Fred Campbellsville, Ky. ' and see. after outside work when de- Adv. Paull DrUg Co. by Rev. R V. Bennett, pastor of the stop to consider carefully from every nie Triplett. si reable. The date for the beginning of"a Sam B.urdette left here last Thurs- Methodist Church, and Eld. Z. T angle the true condition of affairs WANTED. Home'in or close to meeting at the Christian chdrch will Taxi Line Columbia day morning for Willow Grove, Tenn.. Williams, pastor of, the Christian they can readily see there is no need ' Columbia. Will pay" cash, what have be given in he issue of the News. head of good mules. Church.with twenty-fiv- e for alarm. In the first place, it should you to offer confidential. Address C. The interment was in the city cem- be borne In mind that Fdrd Oars to and "from" .Campbells- They were sold the following Satur' wheel Mrs. Mont Conover sold during tha ville Daily. Rates $Lb"0 each way. day. He will also .sell twenty head at etery, the florar offerings being many that turns pays it tribute'to oil," and C, this office. year 1920, eggs butter, chickens and or 12, or see . Phone No. 62-and. beautiful. Albany on Saturday Feb.' 12th. demand for crude oil and oil prod turkeys, realizing for same 8501 the Mr. Bradley Powell and.Mlss Hettie A writer has said there. Is no death. ucts is increasing by leaps and bounds, R. L. Wethington, Columbia, Ky. Garner were married atthe home of " County court brought quite a num for the righteous that quit this low 12-- tf Mills and Light Plant for Sale. while production is lagging. Is there Eld. F. J. Barger last Saturday evenber of farmers to Columbia last Mon- land of sorrow. It is only a change any doubt in any thinking mind that ing about 6 o'clock. writes us from A correspondent day. Business was fairly good during from this sinful world to the ceIII., stating-- , that two the oil production of this country Is Camp Grant, The Mill in Columbia and the one on the day. Some stock was sold, and lestial city of Godi where there is no keeping pace even with bur domestic .Wanted, 100 bushels of jorn soldiers, Adair county boys,, Joseph Russell's creek, run byG. B.Smith, merchants and grocerymen were well separation, no heart aches, but where demands when we consider at Columbia at market price. that in Wilson, who lives at Roley, and J L and the Columbia Light Plant are for patronized. happiness reigns supreme forever and 1920 approximately 100,000,000 barrels H. C. Bardin. McEIroy, whose home is near Ozark.' sale. The owners are. ready to give ) forever. N Fairplay, Ky.v some man or men a bargain. They wlIL of o were Imported? The answer got into trouble and Wilson stabbed Lost, two day books in Gradyville SomerMcEIroy. He did not say whether "or or between Gradyville andx Columbia d or one half interest in sail a JPhelps.Bros. bought, from different seems plain. Itistruse that Born,,to the wife of A. B. Corbin, the two mills or they will sell both fine, or light grade, the grade pro was serious not the wound I will reward the finder. Return to parties, last week, thirty hogs. They set immediate territory, was Jan.' '30tt)f a ;nlne pound daughter-Ju- lia plants to one man. They are in good in '. this office or paid from $8.25 to$i 00 per hundred. duced this May. $4.25 per barrel not many want to buy either a .cherry or runnig condition, both doing a splenG. M. Stevenson, They, with others, will be shipped to selling for weeks since, while at present, it is walnut old fashioned post bedstead. did business. 'V Louisville this week Fir Sale. only 83.00 per barrel, but good condition. quoted at Thievesehtered a store at Esto, Ifc.MUt be In The Ligbt plant will be sold to on Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, , Russell county, last Saturday night . This office, is supplied with ' a full there Is a reason, and to my mind a - A few choice thoroughbred Duroo man or a company. The owners ara s Columbia, Ky. week and quite a lot of goods were line of type writing paper, first and good one, for such action on the part Jersey Gilts, 4 months old. They ready to talk baslnaes. For further simtaken. No clue. ' are the big, growthy kind and are of particulars see seconds. If you need any, call while of the buyers and refiners. It is ld fifteen mules Bardetta ply fn line with the trend in the low- - thereat blood of the bread. G. B, Smith, at tha . taking ordersfor it last. Bttiiriir.jf bttt ww in Burkesville. This office Columb'ia MilL Fores Hood, reeti'Home made bandy, go to ering of prices in labor, supplies and Phone c 116 A Tlttf boi:fct f rem $1G0 to S300 per engraved work. Call and- examine For f ColMBbUKy. L 14-comModitiss, of evsry dworiptioa, -J . samples. Prices, right. . th bakery. r Cra-vsa- s, - - com-plet- ed well-kno- af-th- eir de-ligh- well-know- well-know- n the-cree- -- ' ' "' - Mes-dam- es 1 4t push-developme- of-h- er fair a; Nan-i&J'lower- s, - tbke . ed -- - E one-thir- I f -- -- , ls-no- . " " 16-2- c -- . 4t '. - & v -- V. V &' - y JF. 9. - f - - z' -- tt V V jt3f SJ''" "- - V-J,- S?r . - - ADJUiCCOUNTY" NEWS -- ." say I made rootoaii nigtwr.' aca He wished he could fell, by Intuition, "That is very encouraging, my boy what she was thinking about and very. Ever do any boxing?" pie What effect a hot "Quite a little. I'm fairly up in the was ultimately to have upon the value manly art of of his minority holding in the Laguna The old man wagged bis head ap- Grande Lumber company. provingly, and they had reached the gate of the Cardigan home before he Not until dinner was finished and spoke again. "There's a big buck father and son had repaired to the woods-bos- s up In Eennington's camp," library for their coffee and cigars did he remarked Irrelevantly. "He's a Bryce Cardigan advert to the subject French Canadian imported from northof his father's business affairs. ern Michigan by Colonel Pennington. "Well, John Cardigan," he declared I dare say he's the onlyman in this comfortably. "Suppose you start Jat country who measures up to you phys- the beginning and tell me everything ically. He can fight with his fists right to the end." George Sea Otter and wrestle quite .cleverly, I'm told. informed me that you've been having His name is Jules Rondeau, and he's trouble with this top dog among the lumberjacks. They Colonel Pennington. Is he the man say he's the strongest man in the who has us where the hair is short?" county." He unlatched the gate. The old man nodded. "Folks used to. say that about me "The Squaw creek timber deal, eh?" once," he continued wistfully.'Ah, Bryce suggested. COPYRIGHT, Bf PETER JB.KYNE if I could have my eyes to see you Again the old man nodded. '"You meet Jules Rondeau!" wrote me all about that," Bryce conThe front portal of the quaint old tinued. "You had him blocked whichmock ferocity. "Stubborn old lumberCardigan residence opened, and a ever way he turned so effectually SYNOPSIS. 1" he chlded. jack silver-haire- d lady came out on the blocked, in fact, that the only pleasJohn Cardigan shook with an inporch arid Hailed Bryce. She was ure he has derived from his investCHAPTER I. Pioneer in the California ward chuckle, for the loving abuse'his redwood region, John Cardigan, forty- Tully.'John Cardigan's old house ment since is the knowledge that he . seven, 13 the leading citizen ol at boy had formed a habit of heaping on Mrs. Sequoia, keeper, and almost a mother to Bryce. owns two thousand acres of timber . owner of mills, ships, and many acres of to thrill him. Intimber, a widower after three years of him never failed stinctively Bryce had realized that "Oh, here's my boy!" she cried, and with the exclusive right to pay, taxes , married life, and father of Bryce Cardigan. tonight obvious sympathy copiously a moment later found herself encircleda on it, walk, in It, look at it and admire Bryce's arms and saluted with it in fact, do everything except log 'CHAPTER IL At fourteen Bryce makes expressed was not the medicine for by hearty kiss. it, mill It, and realize on his investthe acquaintance of Shirley Sumner, a vis- his father's bruised spirit,; hence he itor to Sequoia, by a few stepped Into the familiar entr- ment It must make him feel like a As years. Together and his Junior Valley of elected to regard the latter's. blindness, ance-hall,he they visit the ,. Bryce paused, raised his bally jackass." - the Giants, sacred to John Cardigan and as a mere temporary annoyance, somehis son as the burial place of Bryce's thing to be considered lightly; If al head and sniffed suspiciously, like a "On the other hand." hie fomr ra. Dlrd-domother, and part with mutual regret. Mrs. Tully, arms akimbo, what the now watched him pleasurably. "I smell minded him, "no matter all; and It was typical of him Colonel's feeling on that score may be, colCHAPTER IIL While Bryce Is at lege John Cardigan meets with heavy that the subject had been discussed something," he declared, and advanced misery loves company, and not until I business losses and for the first time views briefly, to resolve nevejr to refer to a step down the hall for another sniff ; " the future with uncertainty. had pulled out of the Squaw creek It again. then, in exact imitation of a foxhound, country and started logging in the San "Tomorrow morning I'm going to CHAPTER IV. After graduation from gave tongue and started for the Hedrin watershed, did I realize that I college, and a trip abroad, Bryce Cardl- - put a pair of overalls on you, arm he gun comes home. On the train he kitchen. Mrs. Tully, waddling after, had been considerable of a jackass . Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to you with a tin can and a swab, and found him "pointing" two hot blackmyself." make her home there with her uncle, set you to greasing the skidways. berry pies which had a few minutes CoL Pennington. Bryce learns that his "Yes," Bryce admitted, "there can fathers eyesight has failed and that Col. Partner, you've deceived me." previously been taken from the oven. Pennington is seeking to take advantage of le no doubt but that you cut off your "Oh, nonsense. If I had whimpered, He was baying lugubriously. - the old man's business misfortunes. ,nose to spite your face.?' that would only have spoiled everyMrs. Tully, 'Tm still a His thoughts harked back to that thing." CHAPTER V. and you're still the same dear, thought"Nevertheless, you were forced to ful soul. How many did you make?" first season" of logging- - in the San had streets cable me to hurry home." Hedrin, when the cloud-burAlong the "Two." caught the river filled with Cardigan "I summoned you the instant I ef Sequoia "Bryce Cardigan and his "May I have one all for myself, Mrs. logs and whirled them down to the father walked arm in arm, their realized I was going to need you." Tully?" at bay, to crash through the You progress continuously Interrupted by "No, yon didn't, John Cardigan. "Indeed you may, my dear." tidewater and continue out to the but Impulsive Sequolans summoned me because, for the. first i'Thank you, but I do hot want It who Insisted upon halting the pair to time In your life, you were panicky for myself. Mrs. Tully, will you please open sea. ehake hands with Bryce and; bid him and let yourself get out of hand." The old man appeared to divine the wrap one of those wonderful pies In welcome home. In the- presence of His father nodded slowly. "And a napkin and the Instant George Sea trend of his son's thoughts. "Yes, those third parties the old man quickly you aren't over it yet," Bryce con- Otter comes In with the car, tell him Bryce, that was a disastrous year," conquered the agitation he had felt tinued, his voice no longer, bantering to take the pie over to Colonel Penn- he declared. "The mere loss of the meeting with his but lowered affectionately. "What's ington's house and deliver it to Miss logs was a severe blow, but in addiat this pay out quite a little old son, and when presently they left the the trouble, Dad? Trot Sumner? There's a girl who doubtless tion I had to business section of the town and panic and let me Inspect it Trouble thinks she has tasted pie In her day, money to settle with my customers. I d orders up with street, must be very real when it gets my turned into a and I want to prove to her that she was loadedalthough didn't expect to I liis emotion assumed the character father on the run." that year, hasn't" .He selected a card from his of a quiet joy, evidenced In a more .make any money. The orders were "It Is, Bryce, very real "indeed. As card-cassat down and wrote: -- erect bearing and a firmer tread, as your merely to keep the men employed. I remarked before, I've lost I had a You understand, Bryce! "I "Dear Miss Sumner: sighed. .he strove, despite liis seventy-si- x heritage for you." If He "Here Is aprlceless hot good crew, the finest In the country; years, not to appear Incongruous as waited till yon would be able to come pie, especially manufactured In and if had shutdown, my men wouia home and settle down to business ; now he walked beside his splendid son. I my honor. good I wanted It I wish I could see you more clear you're home; and there isn't any busi- - you to have some.is so all your life you huve scattered and well, you- know In ly," he said presently. His voice assess to settle down to." how hard It Is to get that kind of a have never tasted anything like It. crew together again. Besides, I" had Bryce chuckled, for he was indeed well as his words expressed profound "Sincerely, V regret, but there was no hint of despair far from being worried over business never failed my boys before, and I ""' "Bryce Cardigan." couldn't bear of failing ght now. matters, his consideration now being or heart-brea- k Some twenty minutes later his unmills in the them then. Half the Bryce, who up to this .moment had entirely for his father's peace of mind. , refrained from discussing his father's "All right," he retorted, "Father has usual votive offering was delivered by 'country were shut down at the time. and there was a lot of distress among jnlsfortunes, drew the old man a little lost his money and we'll have to let George Sea Otter to Colonel Pennington's Swedish maid, who promptly the unemployed. I couldn't do it, the servants go and give up the old closer to his side. Colonel Und Bryce." it in "What's wrong with jour eyes, pal?" home. That part of "It .Is settled; and brought Sumner, to thewere even, then who Bryce nodded. "And when you lost tenderly nurtured little Shirley he queried. He did not often address weak, anemic, at dinner in the Colonel's fine the logs,- you couldn't fill those Jiis parent, after the fashion of most Bryce Cardigan must put his turkey v dining room. Miss ordersv Then the market .com.sons, as "Father," "Dad," or "Pop," on his back and go into the woods Sumner's amazement was so profound menced to jump and advanced three . They were closer to each other than looking for a job as a lumberjack. " dollars fn three months - that; arid a rare sense of perfect com- - Busted, eh? Did did I not hear that for fully a minute she was mute, contenting herself with scrutinizing al"Exactly, my son' And my cus- radeshlp found expression, on Bryce's the six- o'clock whistle blow at. the ternately the pie and' the card that ac- tomers began to crowd me to fill those part, in such salutations as "pal," mill? Bet you a dollar I did." Presently she handed old orders. I couldn't expect them to companied it. "Oh, I have title to everything "old "partner" and. Infrequently, the card to her uncle, who affixed his suffer with me; my failure to perform .yet," sport" and read the epistle with ( my contracts, while unavoidable, never-- I "How I do have to dig for good pince-ne- z "Cataracts, son," his fatlier answer- theless would have caused them a appears we still have deliberation. ed. "Merely the penalty of old age." news! Then it "Isn't this young Cardigan a' truly serious loss, and when they were "But can't something be done about a business; indeed, we may always young man, Shirley?" lie- - f forced to buy elsewhere. I paid them it?" demanded Bryce. "Can't they be have a business, for the very fact that remarkable declared.' "Why, 1 have never he:inl the difference between the price they gone implies it is going but not quite cured somehow or other?" . of anything like his astounding action. T paid my competitors and the price at ' "Certainly they can. But I shall a doubt as to its" ultimate departure, orand perhaps we may yet scheme a If he had sent you over anarmful of which they orginally placed their "have to wait until they are completely delay caused 'matured and I have become completely way to retain it. If we can save American Beauty roses from his ders with me. And the gacden, I could them further loss." blind; then a specialist will pprform enough out of the wreck to insure father's He smoked meditatively for a min undertand it but an infernal blacksti operation on my eyes, and in all you your customary home comforts, I berry pie! Good heavens!" he ute. "I've always been probability my sight will be restored. shan't cry, partner. I have a profesyou he was "different," she explaInednpologetIcally. "Whenever I "I told for a few years. However, I haven't sion to fall back oh. Yes, sirree. I replied. To the Colonel's amazement had Idle money, I put it into timber given the matter a great deal of con- own a sheep-skiand it says I'm an In the San Hedrin watershed, because sideration. And I am about ready to electrical and civil engineer." I realized that some day the railroad quit now. I'd like to. In fact; I'm "What!" would build In from the south, tap "I said it. An electrical and civil tired." that timber and double its value. I've "Oh, but you can't quit until you've engineer. Slipped one over on you at not as yet found reason to doubt the seen-yoredwoods again," Bryce re- college, John Cardigan, when' all the wisdom of my course ; but" he sighed minded him. "I suppose it's been a tfme you thought I was having a good "the railroad Is a long time com ,long time since you've visited the time." Ine!" " Valley of the .Giants-- ; your long exile John Cardigan nere spoke of a most s has made you a t "Jt drives me wild to have a man irom the Important factor in the situation. The trifle, gloomy. I'm afraid." sputter at me. Ji'm an electrical and crying need of the country was a feeder I tell you, and my two "I haven't John Cardigan nodded. to some transcontinental railroad. By seen them In a yesu and a half, Bryce. years of travel have been spent "studyreason ofnatural barriers, Humboldt " Xast time I was"up I slipped between ing the installation and construction county Tvas not easily accessible to the logs on that old skid-roa- d and of big plants abroad."" outside world except from the sea, J ""My dear-boAnd you've got like to broke my' old fool neck." and even this avenue of Ingress and ' "Pal," it wasn't fair of you to .make your degree?" egress would be closed for days at a "Partner, I have a string of letters one stay away so long. If 1 had only stretch when the harbor bar was on known if I had remotely suspected. after my name like - the tail of a a rampage. With the exception of a comet" strip of level, fertile land, perhaps five "You comfort me," the old man "You'd haye spoiled everything of miles wide and thirty mjles. long and course. Don't scold me, son You're answered simply. "I have reproached contiguous to the seacoait, the heavily myself with the thought that I reared , all I have now, and I couldn't bear to timbered mountains to the north, east, send for you until you'd had ' your you with the sole thought of making and south, rendered the buirding of a fling." His trembling old hand crept a lumberman out of you and when railroad that, would connect Humboldt codnty withthe outside world a pronver and closed upon his boy's hand, I saw your lumber business slippfng " so firm but free from signs of toil. through my fingers foundly difficult task. - "It was my pleasure, Bryce," he con"You were sorry I didn't have a "Don't worry, Dad. It will come," Bryce assured his father. "It's bound ,thiued, "and you wouldn't deny me profession to fall back' on, eh? Or ' my choice of sport, would you? Re- - were 'you fearful lest you .had raised 7 to." ' member, ladr I never had"-- boyhood ; the usual rich man's son? If the "Yes, but not in myday. And when it comes, a stranger may own your I never had a college education, and latter, you did not compliment me, pal. "itheonly real travel I have ever had .I've never forgotten how hard you alSan Hedrin timber and reapx the, rewas when I worked my way, around ways strove to impress me with a ward of my lifetime of labor.".. Again a silence fell between them, ,'CapeHorn as a foremast hand, and sense of the exact weight of my "I Told You He Was Different." broken presently by the old man all 1 saw then was water and hard- - responsibility as your successor;" all Tve seen since is my little "How big are" you now?" his father she did not appear at all amused, "That was a mistake logging In the "Bryce Cardigan is a man with the San Hedrin," he observed. "I hadYmy Sequoia and In San queried suddenly. wbrld "here in heart and soul of a boy, and I think lesson that first year, but I didn't , Francisco." 'Well, sir," Bryce answered, for his i , "You've sacrificed enough too much father's pleasure putting aside his it was mighty sweet of him to share heed it If I had abandoned my --for me, Dad." . normal modesty, 'Tin six feet two his pie with me. If he had sent roses, camps there, pocketed my pride paid pleased me to give you all the inches tall, and I weigh two hundred I should have suspected him of trying Colonel Pennington two dollars for 'It " ' v advantages! wanted and couldn't af-'- j pounds in the pink of condition. I to 'rush' me, but the fact that he sent his TSquaw creek timber, and xeBuilt , ford until I was too old and too busy chest, with fiye a blackberry pie proves that he's just my old logging road, J would have have a simple, sane, original citi- been.saf e "V" But I was stubborn ; consider them. Besides, Jt was and a half Inches ;t arid a .natural, - - & your mother's wish. And you have 'a reach as long as a gorilla's. My zen just the kind f person a girl I'd played the game so long, .you your little run, haven't you?" underpinning is good, too ; I'm not one can have for a dear friend- - without know I didn't want to let thatman incurring the risk, of feaviag to marry P(ennfngton outgame me. It's hard to .vh."concluded wistfully. of these 'fellows with spidery legs atd ' "I have, Bad." Bryce'r great .hand a barrel-cheold and teach I can do a huadred him." CeleBel .aotlcdd" a caka little waw, an wma dog new tricks,uy be-The x wjeuwuyi utreu. f Acgd ever the back of We &&?' yards ifi. ten iecofide; Ym no giecb m with' bt a ntmmc'r aad at JMacetoa. tW salte frbglag Jmhi fMrea H&ij. 3MK& wild-blackber- ry VALLEY OF THE S5 self-defense- ." as YOU don't use youmuch do of as most other Baking Powders. It has more than ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. You don'tpay a big price for Calumet GIANTS two-day-o- ld moderate price Ifs sold at a repthat resents another saving. You don't feel uncertain as to results. Bakings never Johuny-come-latel- y, fail because Calumet never falls below the proven standard of "Best PETER "CAJRPY riots author or 11 ill II Ik fflilPii 1 IfflMHrSffi'lfffiffwitt liftTlTlfliir m 4 5 1! V ilillilinMiwi!!wpn sSillllilllilllllllllllaMiti "MnyB It possesses the highest quality ever put into a Baking g. Powder. Contains only such mgredients as have been offi- ciafiy endorsed by United States Food Authorities. meets-Shirle- -- pie-houn- d, st strength as the day it left the Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, most Sanitary and Modern Baking Powder plants. . It is important that you use only straight wheat flour (not self rising flour) and pure baking powder jf you wish to obtain the gluten de-- For weeks, for months, it keeps as fresh and full, of Gold Cake Recipe Yolks of 8 eggs, 14 cups of granulated sugar, ?$ cup of water, V2 cup of butter, 2li cups pastry flour, 3 level teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder, 1 tablespoon of vanilla. Then mix intberegu Jar way. CabaMt manded by sound health. 1 fl log-boo-m well-meani- - long-deferre- d out-yo- ur " less-frequent- low-price- lOUR 82 NEW - STOREl & & e, wild-blackber- g & " ' - -- 619 South Fourth,. Near Chesfnut St is easily accessible, right'in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom - the-thou- - low-pric- ed prices prevail here with greatly improved can serve you better than never in your facilities, we needicr Tr I WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS -- 1 1 and & Hubbuch Bros. Weliendorff INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street land-poor- ," One of the BestStores of Louisville, Ky. n, v -- -- ur jlv. "Bu-bu-b- ut wood-goblin- civil-engine- er. ' ' and-expensi- of protecting your heritage from attack in any direction." John Cardigan straightened up in his chairand laid the tip of his right index finger in the center of the palm of his left hand. "Here was .the situation, Bryce: The center of my palm represents Sequoia; the ends of my 'Angers represent the San Hedrin timber twenty miles south. Now, if the railroad built in from the south, you would win. But if it built in from Grant's Pass, Oregon, on the north from the base, of my .hand, the terminus of thje line would be Sequoia, twenty miles from your timber in the San Hedrin watershed!" Bryce nodded. 'In which event," he replied, "wo would be In much the same position with our San Hedrin timber as Colonel Pennington is with his Squaw crek timber. TVe would have the comforting knowledge that we owned it and paid taxes on it but thing with couldn't do a dad-burne- The uppermost question at Washington is whether the Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate or Harding i3 his Secretary of State. will cost the State of Kentucky more than $100,000 to have an extra session of the Legislature It and we' are unwilling to believe tnat Gov Morrow will put burden UDon the taxnaver for a I strictly partisan purpose. that the Germans are going to put a ban movies.- - Seem to on-Amer- lca Foreign dispatches tell us that d '"'-- it!" "Right you are The thing to do, then, as reviewed the situation, Bryce, was to acquire a body of timber north of Sequoia and be prepared for either eventuality. And this T did." Silence again descended upon them ; gazing into the. open fireplace, recalled an event in that period of his father's activities: Old Bill Henderson had come up .to their house to dinner one night; and quite suddenly, in the midst of his soup. th old fox had glared across at his host and bellowed: "John, I hear you've bought six, thousand acres up In Township nine. Going to log it or hold it for Investment?" "It was a good buy-- Cardigan had thought reUed enigmatically "so 1 and-Bryce, -- us that they attempted something like that at Chateau-Thierr-y a -- A Sing Sing convict received human ear for a Christmas present. Not expecting it, he was j'ust that much a'head, -- - -'- -- -- forty-eight-in- ch to migrate to Brazil. In Germany 5,000,000 ptopfe are trying to .raise- atamr far - chest-expansio- n, to-da- y. -- ,i-'esioye- d -- st fej"kJJi h 1 .JL-M- -- ? J no 6. - TheHarding'a have detint torattend the Charity Ball to be gives ia WashingtoB th ai)it of Um iMUfiiratiw, V r ? - V U J- -. 'J vTj:-- " ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HIHESESELL atacft g ptfyjtysy jggeg BABES FOR $1 Terrible Suffering Reported From , the Famine District. USE - Join - ""vrj-f- TREE LEAVES AS FOOD U the Invis- - BIG -- STOCK :fco OF i?&LZ -- CLOTHING 9 "1 i 4tt & . Little Children Are Found Deserted in the Streets and Many Have Been "- jrtr J- " jr. Rescued - They Were -- Into Which Cast by Impoverished - Parents Thousand Deaths" From Starvation Occur Daily in Peking From-Rive- rs ible ?? I" am .now --ready. wifh clothing. sjSpply yolmg'meny old men and boys District The area and extent of the famine situation in China recently has been brought out In a. number of reports reaching Peking. The region chiefly affected extends east and west from the-tSuIn of Chihll to . ShensI, and north and south from -- lf Han-chlng- a, -- Mongolia to Forty-tw- o Shang-chin- g, In Honan. Guest Club Have you a hospitable home? Do you entertain yo un friends? I have an immense rstock and v receiving new supplies, daily. interest you in' prices. If you need any ' ' thini? in this line, call at once.' . . I can years ago China was swept by a memorable famine, in which millions of persons perished from cold and hunger. In 1878, however, conditions were less serious than at present, for at that time a wheat crop preceded the drought, whereas today, due to two years' lack of .rainfall, only limited areas have produced even the scantiest yields. The reports have told how the trees of entire districts have been stripped of" their leaves for use as food. The starving people mix them with millet chaff, clover or weeds, with a minimum of grain, and bakethem Into" cakes which resemble clay. Thousands of refugees who "are endeavoring to migrate afoot from the famine areas jire said to be living on such "food," hoping to reach the more fortunate cities and towns, wliere they may possibly purchase necessaries of life. Children 5. V yf&j -- .' w " - .- -- ., ''& - v-"-r- r i 9 I . ;? " . , SHOES! SHOES1! bought them . , . What does it cost you for an evening's entertainment? Will you entertain an ' Invisible ' Guest at your table and become a member of the ' 'Invisible1 ' Guest Club of America? It will cost you only Ten Dollars. c '- iny stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selecte3 witlrcare. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. - I canialso accommodatelladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. Extraordinary obtain money for food are reported from all sections of the five provinces. Little children are found deserted In the streets and many have been rescued from the rivers Into which they have been cast by their Impoverished parents. The sale of children is often reported; much despised girl babies being offered forsumsas low as a dollar each. A boy of "five years, whose mother had died and whose father was ill, was rescued from the father who declared that If no one would feed him he intended to "throw him into the river." There have been suicides of entire families. Reports from numerous points In the famine area, which it Is estimated will require 5200,000,000 worth of the plaln-esfood to avert the greatest loss of life, have been received as follows: One thousand deaths from starvation are occurring dally In the Peking dls-- " trlct; farm and draft animals in Tehchow in Slachank, and In Shantung, have been sold by their owners for a song because of lack of fodder to keep them and fuel to cook them if slaughtered; every road northward from Changtehor in Honan, swarms with hunger-pinche- d humanity, many of whom fall exhausted out of the weary procession to die by the roadside; the district southwest of Paotlngfu, denuded of vegetation, looks as though it had been swept by a plague of lq: custs ; at a village near Wu Ch'eng, an, old man with a basket on his arm containing about six pounds of red millet explained that he had traded two overcoats and a pair of boots for the millet which he 'was taking to his wife and their seven children. et Deserted. means to 6 .r.-f.iC. " "'jep? j - .Z . r 'S 1LJW J There undernourished, debilitated waifs and orphaned children and Central are-3,500,000 in-Easte- rn Europe, whose lives "must be preserved by American generosity and hospitality. A Certificate of Membership in the "Invisible" Guest Club of America will be sent to you, signed by Herbert - Hoover i i i I i i BUGGIES AND WAGONS. I have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds at living prices. Rid- a- - at I LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. .lt matters not what you need on the.farm, - can please you in the article and price. """""i WOODSON Lf WIS GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. and Chairman and Treas- Franklin K. Lane, National HUNT TREASURE SHIP a urer; also signed-b-y the State Chairman of Kentucky. v the following: The Chinese ministries of finance, agriculture and the Interior, have appointed a commission to dispense a $1,000,000 fund to be raised by a short term loan; Shanghai reportsthat another fund of $1,800,000 Is being raised by seven provinces at the request of Tang Shao-yf- , the chief southern peace delegate; the Japanese government has supplied 500,000 bushels of 'rice. In addition, representatives of American and British commercial Interests in Shanghai raised 55,000,000 for the Chinese Belief association. railway Is alThe Peking-Hankolowing refugees to travel free on and trains for South Honan and Hu-pthese have been crowded with little children, or old persons unable to trek over the mountain roads to points - where food Is obtainable. w e, Relief Work. Efforts that so far have heen made to relieve the famine situation Include If you willjsend your check for Ten Dollars, ormore, to the Board of Trade Building, Louisville,-Kentuckor deposit this amount to his credit in any bank in Kentucky, you will receive an "Invisible" Guest Certificate by y, European Relief Council, Richard Bean, Treasurer, FIND WRIGGLING EEL MINE Hun- - return mail." . "- Steam Shovel Lifts Them Out by "dred8 From Wharf Site at - , jPlymouth, Mass. -- Plymouth, Mass. Digging out eels in hundreds of pounds with a steam shovel is a novelty introduced here. steam shovel used Tiy the contractor for the removal of Pilgrim wharf In the changes being made along the waterfront where the Plymouth Rock reservation is being made did the trick. Digging la being made with a grab bucket near low water mark, at the outer end of the pier. The bucket arose once with a full cerge nearly a cable yard, of seulraa- iac eele, soee of which weighed four pees4- - aptece. yisfcenBea My the ,eel;,haa btddetf in the mad beaeath ""wfewf far the wlater, as this far the eel aatee. T-h-e Will you nof join this1 'Invisible-- ' ' Guest Club today? All Depends. "Can yon support toy daughter in the style she's been accustomed to?" asked the father of the young man who .sought Tils daughter In marriage. "Well," replied- - the young man thoughtfully, "Is she strong for a $500 baby grand piano or a $5 talklag'ma cMoer A T" .. bktMay. Candidate Electioa day GotxWMt. 1 also say ytm V have Mtay Friea GoU I bf, fca?pyjtrnc: WU. searching parties, equipped with every 7t T7I7Ivr kind of a gold finder, but they failed --7I 3 to locate the treasure. A native, living near by, says the Another Search Started for .spot is haunted and that even now "the ghosts of the' pirates howl and Sunken Spanish Galleon. groan when one nears it. He says" no one is ever going to get t MORATST &: LOWE the treasure as the ghosts "carry on Florida Adventurers Dig Ocean's Bot- something terrible when you- - get close A Sanitary Shop, wheri both Satisfactlon;and tom for Pirate Ship and Stolen to It, and there Is no telling what they ' Doubloons. Gratification are Guaranteed. would do If they got their hands on it. Anything might happen In that Miami, Fla. Another search for terrible place." Give us Trial and be Convinced. treasure-trov- e a sunken Spanish galleon laden with stolen doubloons has 20 CENTS DAY HAITIAN WAGE begun on the Atlantic coast of Florida, between Deerfleld and Boca fBut Many of the Natives Live In Ratone. Houses Built of Mahogany Romance has lured this time a at "fhat.- group of adventurous men of Deerfleld and thereabouts to dig in the A. Port au Prince. OJhere is no high ocean's bottom for the buccaneers' piin Haiti. rate ship, which tradition says had Jabor marketworking by the day gets The. man 4H hauled too close to the treacherous one, gourde; which Is 20 cents, and Used Years shores when pursued. A syndicate sometimes a gourde and a half. Cooks , formed for the search has begun op-- are to be had without advertising. DEALER IN erations" where the galleon is supposed Most of them earn $1.50 a week, and to have sunk in the sands. TRUCKS in Addition set 6 cents a day on which This Is only xme,o the many such to feed themselves and their flock. adventures off the south. Florida coast, You do not have 2, 3h AND 5 TCNj carfare In which in the oldVlays, before the adweekly wage" down here. vent of lighthousesfTvas' the scene of the some points in the interior wages For Low Cost per Ton, Mile At many wrecks. Treasure seekers- have cooks are even lower. Many of Drought In a few ancient hulls which for SEE them live In mahogany houses, at had been deeply buried in'sand, some that. ' dating back five or six centuries. But A'. Tin Woman's Tiiic Haiti's populatio- n- Is . estimated so far no Ship thus recovered has Ninety-seve- n per around 2,500,000. yieldedanything except ancient wood. cent of these people are classed as Casey Creek, Ky. One prospector Is said to have spent Sold Emywtor Illiterate, which may account for the. two fortunes near StuartTbefore Quitsize "ot the pay envelope. ting the romantic game. r. Fulford, 11 .miles north of " Miami, Misses the; Old Rail. Twins Strangely Linked. has been the scene of many searches. Louisville, Ky. The old brass rail Albert Grierson and Walter Grier-soTradition has it that a pirate ship es.St. Louis twins, were members, caped pursuers by sailing up a creek Which fQr years had stood nt the Ams-ho- tt hotel bar was recently jremoved, of the same, company, and each wore near Fulford where the crew but John Keating, seeking a soft drlak, a small diamond ring and, a watch qad by getting drunk, Seminole Indians boarded tha vessel didn't know It. He reached for It, chain in France. Albert lost the. stone of his ring and a lew days later WalVeUrtaary Srga vd Vwitiet s of &. and massacred the crew, except one, slipped, fell, and broke his leg. ter lost the stone' of nig. Then Albert story runsL and the escaped pirate the Pufelkr Baths for Dog in Germany, lost his watch aad chain and sooa af- Special attention g Ivan Disease succeeded in rescuing the ship's treas- DomeetJo Animals Berlin. Public batfefi for degs are a terward Walter's disappeared. Thea ure chest filled with gold which he eatureTof the muBicipal arrangements Albert wu weeaded aad Walter falburled nearly, making a diagram of f HaaabHrg; Germany. There are 1 lowed salt. And ew they tatond to OAoe.at Reaaeaoc mile of tows, oathe spot. Unable to Teturn, the pirate at x heated, cages fer drying the dogs after Marry twia staters, Geraldtoe aad -- xaetown road. ' is. said, to have given the diagram to, bathing. Maay degs call Haatteoded at UBIlMn&ft ISHMWWy 6 MMMMSt XHvtJ aXfrhBd. reenter hows every week, acrateii at IMIBfejPwftfv IWwb w Tfcte has .been- - vsed ' by several if r, awl have their bath. Ts7rv7N7Ix7rsTVj7ITTT7rx7ITIITT. Colun bia Barber Shop I )Kil F. SCOTT a - ! 40 GARFORD de l, CARDUI R SPOTT, -- ! n, . Tre'le-braf- ed L. H. Jone -- -- s". r . . ' ', -- - --? - 1 . H i X , - V . &C-s'J- , 'vJ y 3I3t rCoaivty .?-:-T- -.. Sffhe BMicinTcfaiaidrtikfofl price. Ten and fifteen dollars county-office- s KsaEaHniiMi TifcjMAnv court rraiw v are coming to the quart will stop a few men, but front There'are many others there are more wtfo will pay the yet to announce. The real can- price than there are who refuse vass will not starts for some to pay it. There are 'evidences Editor weeks, but the ones who are that liquor,, is peddled in this - Mcr MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. making public announcements of town, but the men who sell it candidacy saves their are individuals who are not DerHeBwpidTGW totba Inters their known 'to the purchaser, neither - tfcaCHr ef Cehw&iaui & ttla of Adair friends from committing -- mtmmKmmmiaam memmmmtrnmuB I J Columbia Auto Co: -- I ie ib4 4jetelBffe8Btief. Catered at the Columba' PoBtofflce as y 'm&II second Biatter. WEDN.EEB. 9.1921. 1.50 Subscription Pricellst landltod Postal Zone per yer. All Zones beyond 2ndB$2.00 perlyear A. Subscription due and Fayablelin Advance " &. Announcements. JFor Sheriff. , Charles A. 'Hardin, Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee, 'has mailed all county Chairman a letter urging that they immediately call a "conference of Democratic leaders and select candi- is applicable. He said "that a dates for the Legislature jo be pinny winkle is a pinny wikle and voted for in November. He you can not make anything else .urges that only tne best men be out' of it." Judge does he know their" names. "How can yftu catch a man who changes his facial appearance, at his will, and is deaf and dumb, so to Billie, Wooten speak? "What some said in the court-hous-e, years ago, while the condition of his mind, was being investigated, V -.- -! 'selected. '3 This week we announce . for LZJSTE James Mitchell, of near Hazt- JrVe are authorized to announce that the office of Jailer of Adair T)een warm in ' W. B. Patteson Is a candidate for ard, must have ll Qaunty, Mr. Frank. Woolford L . of Adair county, subjecbto the collar. The railroad is, near Miller, who is a candidate subSheriff : : LeaveSi Columbia,- - the action of the" Eepubli'can patty, his home: he went out laid down ject to 4 a. m. and 10,;ai m. the action of the Repubexpressed at the August primary. and went to "sleep on the track. .Leaves Campbeilsyjile, : : 12 m. and 8 p: ' n&M?lican primary, to be helblthe first ' . His wifewentbutjooking, for Saturday in August. Mr. Miller SrJecial Attention To Public, .. x , him, and. just as .a train was ' ..men in is:one of the, VyTlJike Care !Of All Bagage.'.. '! .. ' t? ;M. 'ac ':. wj , ... zi are authorized to announce Geo coming up she. discovered. him, Adair County. He was&deputy We T. Herrif prS a .cindidate foi Judge oJ went to his rescue, butlbs'f; an J: We do first-cla'Sheriff, some years ago under IL. Garage Wosk i Gurrarrteeing alliojirwork to anty. Courtr .uhject-tthe JAdair arm in pulling him from the. A- Blair, and later was elected give entire satisfaction. If your Car needs repairing, 'bringlt in while the action of the Republican prinlary track. high sheriff and .served in that to be help the first Saturday in Au- we have ample time to give it our best attention. Come early to gust. Will the Democrats of Adair .capacity for four "yeara. These ' ktr TVJ! avoid the Spring Bush. ' - "ft county "put 'out, candidates for Jtwo positions gave hiiri'anbppbr We give you service Anywhere, Night or Day. K your Car We are authorized to announce that the various" local offices is a tunity to become acquainted is a candidate "for Walter S. Sinclair goes bad on you Anywhere,. Any-Time- , Night or Bay, Call J96 A., question? There are some en- throughhut the county, c" and to the office of County and we will be Right Out On The Job and give you First-clas- s Judge of Adair county, subject to the thusiastic party men who want a when he went but of office he Service and charge you Reasonable. action of the Republican primary to full ticket. There are others he had the'satisfactioirof - Jbe held the first Saturday in August. had performed' his who think it best for the party We also handle the best tire made THE REB TOP FISK. duty to the letter, and that- - he to not have more than two . For Sheriff. We have given this Tire a thorough test on all kinds of roads, and wishes of The matter will be dis- had the best have found none o be- its equrl, and we highly recommend it, and the entire population of the After talking with many friends, I cussed later in conference and a scounty,, the Republicans-- " and guarantee5a.5,000jiiile adjustment basis. If you are going to need have 'decided to become a Candidate conclusion reached. Democrats, whom he served: any Tires or Tubes givers an opportunity to show you3 b'efor you for Sheriff of Adair County, 'subject Republican party to the action of the The Elizabethtown News and In becoming a candidate for: Jai purchase. Call 96 A. or 96 B. election, to be held on the Hardin County Mirror have ler he feels that he could fill the r August 6th, 1921. If elected 1 pron consolidated. A company was offiice, should he be elected,- - to is faithful service in the performance Clell Tarter Stanley Epperson formed and the Mirror taken the satisfaction of all concerned ' of my duties, I shall feel deeply Bradley Tarter Henry Morgan. "grateful to all who may see proper to over. "It, was edited by Mr. Mr. Miller lives in the Eunice Keene Johnson. In the deal Mr. precinct, and he has the unanigive me their support and influence. Very Truly Yours, . who ranks as mous endorsement of his home H. George Coffey. one of the best newspaper men people. He is known tov be an 21 --' in the State, will remain as ed- upright gentleman,jone who will fob County- - couut clerk. itor Kf the News. This deal do the right thing uponall occa- time before the August primary, Pelltyon We are authorized to announce Mr. gives The News a wide field, sions. He submits his candidacy and between now and the first HENRY W. DEPP, Bingham Moore a candidate for Coun- and local advertisers will not upon his record, and trusts .that Saturday in August, MrC WinWe are haying an excellent ty Court Clerk of Adair County, sub-e- have to support two papers. that it will be favorably consid- frey will make it a point to School at this place taught by DENTIST to the action of the Uepublican The deal to us, looks good for of- his party Mr. R. H. Hudson. those ered. A little later Mr. Miller party, as expressed at the primary, everybody concerned. ' will visit the Republican voters throughout the county. Mr. D. K. Pelly, who has been Am permanently located in in J&'ugust. . uf the county and will personally sick is improving slowly. Columbia. Dingo. The following is sa'd to be a present his claims. FOB COMMOXWEALTnlS ATTOKSEY The Sunday School at this All Classes of Dental Work DoneJ correct list of the gentlemen We are authorized to announce that who will make up President elect Crowning, and Inlay Work a Under the proper heading it Mr. Ova Campbell is' very sick place is progressing nicely with Mrs. Nannie Harrison as super A. A. Huddleston, of Cumberland Harding's cabinet, Mr. M. C. Win- at this writing with the- - typhoid Specially. and that will be seen Counfcft is a candidate for intendent, Sen-acfrey is a candidate for will go to the fever. ) All WorklOaaranteed to the office of Commonwealth's At- their names Mr. Jessie Sapp sold the Joe office of Circuit Court Secretary of State, Charles tion to the Office: next door to post office. torney in this the 29th Judicial disMr. Ernest Stotts is very sick Rich farm to a Mr. Taylor of county, subject trict, subject to the action of the Re E. Hughes; Secretary of War, Clerk of Adair at this writing. The Dr. says it WesfVirgwia for $1000. publican primary to be held the first John W. Weeks; Secretary of to the action of the Republican is spinal meningitis. Saturday in August, 1921. The heavy sleet did much damNavy, Frank 0. Lowden, Illi- party as expressed at the AugMessrs. Ores and' John Royse In Argentina 1,000 ranch worknois: Secretary of Treasury, A. ust primary. It has been the of Illinois are home for a short age to the telephone lines in this FOB JAILER. " men are burning crops and kill? vicinityl W. Mellon, Pennsylvania; Secre- custom of political parties from visit. ing inhabitants. - We are ' James Buchanan, of authorized to announce tary of Interior, Albert Fall; time immemorial to endorse a Wooten has been on Mr. Allen Prank Wolford Miller, of the Eunice candidate for the second term if was with our In an attack of acute rheumatism " precinct, a candidate tor Jailer of Secretary of Labor, James J. the sick list for the last few days. Davis, Indiana; Secretary of Ag- hehaspeen faithful to the trust last week. in which there is much pain Ballard' Adair county, subject to the action of Mr. J. E. Clay.well made a imposed in him. There is not a Henry Wallace, Iowa; Snow Liniment is a necessary part of the Republican primary, to be held in riculture, business trip to Columbia" one Liquid Borozoneis an efficient heal- the treatment. It is a powerful pain Secretary of Commerce, Charles doubt but Mr. Winfrey has made August. ing' remedy for human or animal relief,. day last week. Three sizes, 30c, 60c, andSl 20 B. Warren, Michigan; Attorney a very efficient clerk, the presflesh. It mentfs ajsevere wound, sore, per bottle. Sold by Paull Drug Co .FOR.CIBCrOlT COURT CLERK Mr. Arthur Stotts is visitingJ jjub or scratchjln General HarryDaughtery ; Post ent Circuit Judge, J. ft. Carter, the shortest possib'e Adv.' c Master General, Will HV Hays, regarding him as one of the best relatives at this place. Price, 30c. 60c, and Si. 20. Sold ftime. We are authorized to announce M AdvT Mr Will Birinet has gone .into by Paull Drug Co. Igdiana. It is said that it is not in his district. The writer has Crime decreased 57 per cent? iCWinfreya candidate for likely that there will be any heard the above expression from the blacksmith trade. We" wish v to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of in Louisville during the first Ella, said Circuit Judge. Mr. Win- hinhsuccess Adair county, subject to the action of change in this list.-- , ' year of .national prohibition.. A Republican primary to be held the frey, is very accurate in keeping J. G. Stotts bought from Joe The great seal of the State of Jthe first Saturday in August, 1921.. As I havn't seen a letter from We have .been a silent listener up the orders of Circuit courts, Taylor" one grey mare, Considerthis part for a few weeks, will We3t Virginia was recovered upon several occasions recently and he reads them so "distinctly ation v$100. Pormer SenatorR. B. Trigg, from the ruins of the capital fire wpte a few lines. when Jthe prohibition question that every person in the courtMr. J. D. Dixon sold to Evan of Glasgow, has located in People in this neighborhood when the vault in the Secretaay was being discussed. The ques- room can hear him. In his of- Gabbart one milk cow for $50. has opened an insur? have been' very busy for the past of State was opened. tion uppermost was "Do the fice he is exceedingly polite, and Wooten bought of A. Mr. Allen . ance office. week. present temperance laws prohib- those who are called upon to visIt Is asy to get rid of the misery of J. Coomer some 2 foot boards at McQueary has been very heartburn or indigestion. Herbin F. W. A4reolution autorizin Presi- - it the sale and manufacture of it it, know that they will be 75c per hundred. goes right to the spot.. It drives out sick for" several days. dent Wilson to invite the nations ardent spirits?" We would an- treated in a most courteous manMr. A. D. Stotts has' been on ' badly digested food and makes of the world to send delag&tea to swer the question, they do and ner. Mr. Winfrey is strictly a the sick list for" the last few M. H. McQueary has complet- tha you feel fine. Price, 60c. Sold 'by they do not. Men who are .de- party man, and has been an, aced hie new store house and. has a conference to provide for Adr. days, Paull prug Co. Jull line rof groceries. He is has been reported termined to get liquor, it matters tive worker in the counsste of his Mr. Hadis Harvey bought of having fine i. trade. a Scientists tell us that infavorably by the House Foreign not the price, Micceed in finding party since he raached his maG. Stotts two young mulea wish the News" "a very fanta jup to a few months of a Repreen Kit. There ara men who will: jority. He brieves, andhiaiup-porter- s J. Affairs faommittet. that he is enjtlad consideration unknown. make it, it matters, not how drasbelitve prosperous year. have bo sense of taste. And the tiyt.Brooki, of Illinois', who is a Mr. Melvin Petty made a bui- law, and there are men to endorsement without J opposii older they get the lees they have JiepibJietn, iitrodueed the re- - tic the regarefaMf of the tion in bis own party. . Ii is booms j inets trip to Louisville last week; Adair County News $1.50 y who will bur it MOM Ot twtSB A oluticn. , -'. t .. First Class Garage and Car Line TXI - CARS DAILY The-Traveli- rt r - - m .-- best-know- n rP -- 1. ss o - id " . ' - m Tcnow-ingthat-he - can-didate- s. - . 'proprietors . A.-Summ- l liiiiiiliiiS con-verse-w- ith mwmWMWmmMmmFM ct - v first-Saturda-y . n tat e: re-ele- c- I -- Camp-bellsvil- le, mer-chan- ts - ' 4; . , Louis-ville,a- nd -- Qt, -- t rSi ' ' -- f '":--- A . ?&& . iv-- . ADAIR QOUNEE'NIiWS F.MwnInfvMrs. Jqha F. .White Mrs. Annie; 'iv' s; :a.r -- Miller is visiting in Louisville. , Mrs, S. P. Miller vjslted "friends Id Campbellsville last week. J Pr.H. W. Depp jperi1 last week professionally in Jamestown. M ss Essie Phelps returned home fromJeffersonvHle last week. Mice Mary Mr. Marvin Cole, of Bakerton. visiting1 relatives in Columbia. was E. Walker, W. G. McKlnley, Thomas Roach, C. W. Sutton. W. E. McCand-leeBen Jeffries, Mrs. W. H. Edsall, F. C. Lewis, Mrs. W. P. Blakeman,, John Chapman, Julia A Powell, A. C Pulliam, R S. ThomasrJ. G. Bault, F. W. Miller, J. H. Breeding, T. W Wheat, Southern Oil Refining Co., L V. TumerrSfoi: Smith, L. W, Sparks, R. T. Baker; G. A, Bradshaw, L. I Murray, JEtT?. Farrls, W. W. Owens. ' e, Miss Maude! .Wilmore, student of the L. W. T. S.t of Columbia, and Miss Eleanor Grissom spent last Sunday- - in our -- ; city with. their relatives. Robert and J. W. Pickett, of Whitis, of Somerset, was here several days' of last week. Mr. John F. Piatt, Louisville, was in this community a few days since. Mr. ;W. H. Wilson and his son, Jo, Campbellsville, were here last Friday. Messrs. O. P. Harmon11 and UfcB An Attempted Hold Up. Sharp, .Horse Shoe Bottom,, were here recently. JT. trav- MrOscar Fair, Liberty,who els out of Louisville, was here a few days ago. Bosenfielder, Louisville, made;a business trip to this place last Mr. ;H. Thursday. Mr. John W. Bates, Middleburg, Ky.rTOade a business trip to Columbia recently. Mr John Q Alexander made his upon Columbia week. l mer-chantsla- st regular calls Richard Keeton, Creelsboro, and who is at the administrator of the estate of TJ. S. Grant, deceased, had a sale of the effects of said decedent atGlenville. After the sale and settlements made he left for his home. On the ridge beyond- - Crocus three men, one" of them riding a white horse attempted to hold him up, evidently for the. purpose of gettlng.the money on his person. He escaped them and returned either to Crocus or to Glenville and phoned his brothers at Creelsboro., They started at once and were soon back' to with Mr. Keeton. The Creelsboro was made without further molestation. Mr. Keeton did not rec- ognize either" of the would be robbers. who Uvea Ifasfc week Mr.. D Hh&nd Mrs.. Irwin Fraser left last The. Bibletfight Despite What Sci- SatuSay for Louisville They-'wilvt. tence Sivs to the Contrary be assent some. time. , MrByron Montgomery spent last - Many who don't believe Genesis Sattirlky. and Monday and with his icok on Moses as & mossback. On the , wife' and daughter here i s. contrary the'unbeliBvrs'are the MrqS. T. Frost and .Mr. Charles In his "Tilt with Talmage," Mahn&g, Louisville, were in Colum- Ingersoll threw out the following challenge; it shall turn out that bia th latter part of last week. Moses knew more about Geology than Catherine, a little daughter of Dr. andfkrs. J N. Murrell, is a victim of Humboldt then I will admit that Infidelity must become speechless forev-everpneumonia, and has been quite sick. It has turned out that Moses Mr. W. P. Summers, Glendale, has knew more than the critical savant. been visiting bis daughter here for To the query "How did life begin?" several days, and meeting old friends. the Bible answers "By Creation." MrM'rank Sweet and wife, and JMr. Some talk about" Abiogenesis"and line H. Maynard and wife, all of Bowling things out in this order; protaplasm. Green, were in Columbia a few days seaooze, mud, monkey, Man. Jesus moss-back- Kemp, were in town Friday. Our mails have been late on the account of bod roads, for, thepast week. unsold. Mrs. Claud Keltner is in a very At an annual "meeting of t the critical' condition. If there is. nota change she cannot last but stockholders of t the. Grady ville. This land is known as the "Carlisle Old Home? State Bank that met in their of--a few days. fice Feb. 1st, and elected J. R. Place." JJor a more particular description, reference:' Deputy sheriff Geo. .Coffey, of Tutt. W. R. Bradshaw, W. S. is made to the:jiidgement of the Green Circuit Courts Columbia,-passe.through here ' Pickett, N. H. and C. 0. Moss tinder whicfrthe sale will be made. one day the first of the week, en J i directors for the ensuing: year, J. IVlciV, SHREVE, rpute for Keltner. and said directors elected J. A. Master Commissioner Green Circuit Courts 0. 6. Esters spent a day or so Wheeler, President and W. M. in Edmonton the first of the' Wilmore, 'Vice President; The J. H. Graham, Attorney for Plaintiffs, week, looking after some of his report of the cashier of the busiGreensburg, Ky. l. unfinished business. ness of the: Bank for the past Gairnett S. Van Winkle, Attorneys for Dfts. '"' Louisville," FCy Strong Hill is having, one of year were .very gratifying for his saw" mills moved into the which they all thank the public community of Pickett, this week for the very liberal share of f preparatory for sawing railroa their patronage they have given 1 ties. 3 $e institution? and a continu There were several hogs ance of,the same. v. slaughtered in this community Knlfley. ' Jj the first of the week. I of "rriw d m?baccor From what we, can gath er from their conversation on the subject we believe they all will, Joe for cutting out the 1921 crop. Tf it would have tendency to ad will on Monday, 14, 192,1, vance the price on their 1919 and 1920 crops that they have on 1 o'clock or henrse-1- ' hands. There have not been in Greensburg, offer ' scarcely any tobacco sold injhis door, part of the county up to the pres- - Sale Auction, on a ent of the last gear's production and twelve months;, 120 acres land, lying1 anu quite a ioc oi cne yjy crop LAND SALE. February, at thereabout, at the court Kentucky, for at Public credit of'sfe of on Meadow Creek, ,in Green county, ;neW the'Taylor'county line. I . i . i 4 -- 3 . - '' ' ;.. , y S-4- ? t I My Loss Your Gain . . ? mm Mm Millio . wa Hill ia her millinery goods, ffti nor1 onrinor fro Ho WWVB W. J Jkfc A The healtluof the community prepartorfe 5 , C"i h Is very gqod.at the present time. .L . ,. wpoii;in55 j- . -- z- - will Close 40ut the Remainder High Top Shoes, Sweaters, Underwear and f.. - jX i -- Blankets at LESSS than COST. have a Complets Line of (V Bryan alls, Ball Band Rubbers and Boots. I ago. : Sarah, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ores Barger, was quite sick with bronchitis last week." Better now. Rev. Leslie J. B; Smith, Mrs. Mary Phillips and Mrs. Geo. IL Nell were in Campbellsville last Tuesday,, attending ti Bible Institute. Mrs Homer McKinley, Campbells ville, was here last Tuesdayfienroute to visit her parents, Mr. and' Mrs-- C M. Herriford, Russell Springs. Mr. O. C. Fink, who is putting down a well on R. F. Rowe's farm, and is down several hundred feet, was on a business, trip to Birmingham, Ala. Thetis Williams, who" teaches at Hickman, Ky , was called home last week, on account of 'the serious illness of her .mother, Mrs. Helena Williams. Her brothers, who live in the West, came in a few days4ater Miss The SicK. Judge W. S. Sinclair has been confined to his room for severaltiays. Mr. A D. Patteson ' improves- - very . I market" for several years ' in Iowa Revi J. W. Rayburn was callJ. M. Kussell's condition about He states that for yearshe bought ed to Russell Springs, to preach the same as reported last week. and ho,j reme-edie- s, s the funeral - of did "Brother Mr. T. E Jeffries expects to be up but he is all. through paying exweek. this week. travagant prices , for' what he can fTaughan, one day-las-t Williams is yet a very make himself. He states that what Mis. Helena R. L. Caldwell, one of Mill-tow- n sick patient. minerals,' and tells the hogs need are section's best farmers was Mrs. E. E. Cheatham' was danger- the secret of his wonderful success by community a few days ously ill the latter part of 'last week, explaining that he takes about five in our pounds of ordinary mineraline fwhich ago, .buying hogs for the spring but is better athls writing. a Fannie, the little daughter of Dr. is pure concentrated minerals and market. and Mrs. B.. Y. Hindmao, is said to bje cost only a couple of dollars) and mix " Mr. N, Pi Smith, who has es same with enough bran or filler to v . some "better. . been confined toiiis room for the little .son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon make a hundred pounds. All hogs,, past month, with a carbuncle on Cheatham, who has been very sick, is and especially broodv sows require minerals asthey keep them free from the back of his neck, is improvbetter. . worms, and intha pink of condition, ing at this time, and it is hoped A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs and are essential to the hpgs growth by his many friends that he will Tom Phelps was quite sick last week. 4! 'and a well balanced ration. This in-- " be out in a few days again. expensive mixture placed in a shelterPaid List. . The few days of warm weathed box where the hogs can get at it as it, will 'produce far better er this week, got our farmers Th following are new paldsubscrib- - they need any high priced sorcaljed busy in the way of sowing grass era and renewals since our issue.of last results than Mr. high-priced hog-foed-. slowly. community, last week, securing r ville,- were at home from last Frioil leases. day till Mouday. Mrs J. D. Walker, in com, Mr. AIvin Hovious had the pany with RaytFlowers, of Co jgai8fortuneJ:o get. caught under lumbia, passed through here the a falling tree and is in a serious first' of the week, en route for condition .at this writing. Nell and Edmonton, where .Mrs. Walker will spent a few days , Miss Hallie.' Stayton, who is Christ, greater then all men, whether visitidg her relatives, while Mr. staymgat Campbellsville,visited skeptics, infidels, agnostics, or Scienis looking after some of her sister Mrs. Lee Chapell of tists; infinitely suporior to Angel or Flowers Roley'Jast Saturday and Sunday. Archangel, Devil or Demon and Him- his unfinished business at; Ed Mr. and Mrs. Homer Roberts, self on Absolute Equality with God, monton. put His seal of Approval on Genesis. James Buchanan, the popular of Campbellsville, visited the s We are studying this Book at the mother and father, Mr. and groceryman pf Campbellsville, Baptist Church every Wednesday was calling on his trade here one Mrs. G. R. Fjeese last Saturday night. Come and welcome. and Sunday. day the first of the week. Leslie J. B. Smith, Pastor. Services at the Knifley school Judge N. H. Moss, who has CONDEMN HIGH PRICbeen confined to his room for house every 4th Sunday, night of several days, is improving at every month. Everybodylnvited FOOD ED STOCK to come. this time. Cordie 'Wilson and Phrates On the 22 of January the frieads Prominent Hog Raiser Says Prices Harper and wifeleft here, the and relatives of A. Hovious gathCharged are Unwarranted first of the week for Springfield, ered at his home and set a table MaRes His Own Hog , with everything good to eat in 111., with a view ,of making it -honor of his birthday. There Food. With Better their future home. were.over4sixty present and all Results ' Marian Smith bought of W. enjoyed the day. M. Wilmore, one two year old ".That he is all through paying fanBorn. to the wife of Cleveland mule one day last week for $155. cy prices for stock foods and hog remHolcombe a son, James William. ' edies and that he is raising some of ., W. L. Grady is having his fine Born to the wife of Thad Santhe best hogs ever placed oh the mar- young horse handled. There is ket was the statement made recently no doubt, but tnis is one of the ders a son. hog by E., E. Beckstead, Born to the. wife of John. finest horses in, Kentucky. No raiser and authority on live stock. can be found of this indi- Ayers, a 12 pound son. Mr. Beckstead's hogs are the envy fault Born, to sthe wife of Willie of his neighbor, and have "topped the vidual in any respect, ." Misses Nellie Gose, Audra Mr. HasK,- -" of Edmonton, Cheif, Reedie Tucker and Fannie company with R."E. Kinnaird, o&; Bryant,, of this place, who are Nell, spent a day or so in this attending, school at Campbells- Over- Motion Pictures in my Hall Every Saturday night. Good Band Music. , L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. i lat-ter- n .vAv ?1 J : k' . iLJ 'Uajgrr'I&rW - EVERYBODY IN Knifley, Kentucky, And "The well-know- n . Northern Part I Df Mill sfessAii." ysv fen? manu-iacture- rs Goodin a daughter. - .. ADAIR COUNTY is talking about this wonderful WANTED Fox .or Coon Hounds "and 'Bird Dogs, that can stand the test afield. Discribe wat you jiave, first letter.. O. S. Evans, Somerset, Ky. 19c SALE Res. Phone 13-- B. Business Phone 12-- A S Dr. J..N Murrell -- . DENTIST- n&n BTdg.-U- Office, Front Rooms Jeffries We have taken advantage of many special offerings made by and jobbers and are therefore able to offer one of the most remarkable selling events .we have ever held. This is your opportunity to purchase goods worth up to 50c at this low price. STAIRS. Tottfay. stock foods. f"0' Send two dqllars to The Mineraline Geidhw Sardio, Giw H. .Hundley, Hfaemical Co.. 1638 !North Wells St... G. B. .XiaabTer, Mrs. Mary C3dweH, Hutbhkoa, J. Chicago, 111., ami tbey wiirTTorwarll Joe Z. ' you by prepaid parcel ATurafr, Leatoa Plercy, JL T: full hunefre J. "3B. BaiWy, Siri Bennett, mineraline to make Adv. Jwm awtryH, B. pounds. i" CTri post,3-WonfrV- Ho-Caffr- e. Jam Sucflartb, COLUMBIA ICY seed and plowing and clearing ground right at this particular time. They do not know- - exact ly what to do in rtgard to burning and lowing plant bedi, prs? GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. paratory for another crop of to--- OUTWORK IS UP-TO-DA- FEBRUARY .8. CONTnSTTJES 10 DAYS 3 X. BEGZNB SATURDAY m - i rt. r- - -- 1 1 f. .1 - v ir -TV ; W 4 '.' . - Vijft. ss- " 6jte . ' i- - -- .. -' ,;v "J. r'--i. Tp-- W- 6' rd. - - ADAIR JGOUNTY NEWS I'dumbly For fully a minute Bryce stood gazlrigfapon-ahc pose Bryce will log jt some day." "Then I wish Bryce wasn't such a - boy, John. See, here, now, neighbor. I'll 'fess np. I took that money Een . nlngton gave me tor my Squaw creek '. Umber and put it back Into redwood In Township up nine, slam-ban. ? against your, holdings there. John, I'd build a mill on tidewater If you'd sell me a site, and I'd log my timber - If --" "I'll sell you a milFslte, BIU, and'I won't stab you to the heart, either. "Consider that settled." ."That's bully, John; but still, you Vnly dispose of part of my troubles. There's twelve miles of logging-roato build to get my logs to. the mill, and T haven't enough ready money to make jthe grade. Better throw In with me, John, and we'll build the roacl and . operate It for our Joint Interest!" "I'll not throw In with you, Bill, at ' my time of life. I don't want to have the worry of building, maintaining, unci operating twelve miles of private r: railroad.- - But I'll loan you the 'UN" money you need to build and equip the" road. In return you are to ; '; shoulder all' the grief and worry of confile road and give me a tract at a dollar and a half per thousand feet, to haul my logs down to your own. My -; .52. v tidewater with million haul will be twenty-fiv- e g d . ijetlsr'takc it Lf!n.7 . at thVprtce. 1 sup- nheSan sacrHege.-b- c gan's. Colonel nrnnTHptni of Pennington was snrmlso. what--h- ell the i !- Hedrin "timber at the foreclosure sale, and In order to get it back and saye something for you out of the wreckage, Til have tomake an unprofitable trade with him. I'll have to give him my timber adjoining his north of .Sequoia, together with my Valley of the Giants,, in return for the San Hedrin timber, to which he'll have a sheriffs deed. But the mill, all my old employees, with their numerous dependents gone, with you left land-poand without a dollar to fay your taxes. Smashed like that!" And his fist Into the palm of hla or he-drov- e hand. st "Perhaps but not without a fight," Bryce answered, although he knew-the- ir hopeless. plight was well-niggive that man Pennington a run "I'll for his money, or I'll know the reason," The" telephone on the table beside him tinkled, and he took down the receiver and said "Hello I" "Mercy!" came tlje sweet voice of Shirley Sumner oyer the wire. "Do you feel as savage as all that, Mr. h Cardigan." " .- ten-ye- ar For the second time in his life the thrill that was akin to pain came to Bryce Cardigan. He laughed. "If I had known you were calling, Miss Sumner," he said, "I shouldn't have for several reasons, but principally for sending me that delicious blackberry pie. Thank you so much." "Glad you liked It, Miss Sumner. I dare to hope that I may have the privilege of seeing you soon again." "Of course. One good pie deserves another. Some evening next week, when that dear old daddy of yours can spare his boy, you might be interested to jsee our dining room Uncle Seth Is so proud of: Would Thursday night be convenient?" "Perfectly. Thank you a thousand J- mlnl-.niu- m growled so' "Well, you're forgiven fonejhlsirage arid horror found vent in words'. "An enemy has done this thlng,",-h- e erred aloud to the "And over her grave!" It was a burl tree. At the point where Bryce paused a malignant growth had developed .on. the trunk of the tree, for all the world like a tremendous wart This was the burl, and panelling bo prized for table-top- s because of the fact that the twisted, wavyribelter-skelte- r grain lends to the wood an extraordinary beauty when the work polished. Bryce noted-thof removing this excrescence had been accomplished very - neatly. With a cross-cu- t saw the growth, perhaps ten feet In diameter, had been neatly sliced off much, as a housewife cuts slice after slice from a loaf of bread. He guessed that these slices, practically circular in shape, had been rolled out of "the woods to, some conveyance waiting to receive them. What Bryce could not understand, however, was the stupid brutality of the raiders in felling the tree" merely for -- that section of burl. By permitting the tree to stand and merely building a staging up to the burl, the latter could have been removed without vital injury to the by destroying the tree the wretches had evidenced all too'clearly to Bryce a wanton desire to add insult to wood-goblins. banterfnglyr wonder send you for luncheon.- - Some dill pickles, probably." She pretended to be very busy with the .roses, and not to have heard "T-- ""Fast Nvorrey.t5m1S&tu1ed - IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY wasw?iritt: 4 at him. Shirley, left alone at the breakfast-tablpicked idly at the preserved figs owlish butler set before her. the Vaguely she "wondered at her uncle's apparent hostility to the Cardigans!; she was as vaguely troubled in the knowledge that until she should succeed in. SLIPPING? Mr e, Interesting Experience. of a Texas Lady Who Declares Tkai if Woaea Knew About .Cardui They Woold Be Spared Much Sickness Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, this place, relates the following interesting account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was actually losing'her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the world, and when vou feel that gradually slipping away front you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That is what I did some time ago when I found myself in a condition of very nervous, health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feel so weak I would have to set it down before I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. Id this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost impossible to accomplish. "1 was . . . nervous and easily upset run-down and Worry. I couldn't rest well at night and was just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after reading I decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it . . 'Tn a very short while after I began the Cardui Home Treatment I saw an improvement and it wasn't long until I was all right good appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my house work. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladly do so, for if more women knew, 14 would save a great deal of worry aad sickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands of other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince you that it trying. All druggists sell it .&- - treer-vvhere- as In-Jur- y. ; .'. -- i - ' J. - ' foot annually, and my maximum fifty " million "Sold!" cried Henderson. And it wast even so. Bryce came out of his reverie. "And now?" he queried of his father. "I mortgaged the San lledrin tlm- " - hcr in the south to buy the timber in tin north, my son; then after I com- unwed logging "In my new holdings, . r;t;e several.long, lean years of famine, Hie market dragged in the doldrums, - '' and BUI Henderson died, and his boys " V' - '" ot discouraged, and '; A sudden flash of Inspiration Illuminated Bryce Cardigan's brain. "And .: tliey sold "out to Colonel Pennington," . lie cried. "Exactly. The Colonel took over w my contract with Henderson's com-.- . pany, along with the other assets, and ;' It "was incumbent upon him, as as signee, to fulfill the contract For the past two years the market for redwood ' has been most gratifying, and if I .' . could only have gotten a maximum supply of logs over Pennington's road. ""? I'd have worked out of the hole, " " r, " - times." As he She bade" him good-nigturned from the telephone, his father looked up. "What are you going to do lad?" he queried. "I have to do some thinking tomorrow," Bryce --answered. "So I'm going up Into Cardigan's redwoods to ht do " f.. ' ; ' ' . r " hut "He manages to hold you to a minl- mum annual haul of twenty-fiv- e million feet, eh?" John Cardigan nodded. "He claims he's short of rolling-stocthat wrecks md fires have embarrassed the road. He can always find excuses for failing :o spot In logging trucks for Cardigan's k "The dogwoods and rhododendrons are blooming now," the old man murmured wistfully. Bryce knew what he was thinking of. "I'll attend to the flowers for Mother," he assured Cardigan and he added fiercely: "And Til attend to the battle for Father. We may lose, but that man Pennington will know he's been In a fight before we fin He broke off abruptly, for lie had Just remembered that he was to dine at the Pennington house the following Thursday and he was not the sort of man w'ho smilingly breaks bread with his enemy. it" . logs." 'What does ivant, pard?" Colonel Pennington ... "He wants," said John Cardigan jlowly "my Valley of the Giants and i right of Avay through my land from p on deep the Talley to a log-dum- . rt T '" ,, c V -- ' rv-- "And you refused hlmS" "Naturally. Ytu know my ideas on Uiat big" timber." His old head sank x)v on his breast. "Folks call them Dardigan's redwoods now," he mur--. "Cardigan's redwoods and nured. Pennington would cut them I Oh, - - " '.- l ' ,?--. "5 'V,." - - V'v' . , i?: the man hasn't a soul!" "But I fall to see what the loss of Cardigan's redwoods has to do with Jie Impending ruin of the Cardigan Sedwood Lumber company," his son reminded hini. "We have all the tlm-- " , ler we want." r 'My contract has but one nore year to run, and recently I. tried get Pennington, to renew It He Vas Very, nice and sociable, but he Bryce, ten-.ea- All about Bryce were scenes of activity, of human endeavor, and to him In that moment came the thought; "My father brought all this to pass and now the task of continuing it is mine! All those men who earn a living In Cardigan's mill and on Cardigan's dock those sailors who sail the ships that carry Cardigan's lumber into the distant marts of men are dependent upon me ; and my father used to tell me not to fall them. Must, my father have wrought all this In vain? And must I stand by and see all this jo to satisfy the overwhelming ambition of a stranger?" His big hands clenched. '"No I" he growled savagely. "Give me your last five annual statements, Mr. Sinclair, please." The old servitor brought forth the documents In question... Bryce stuffed niece. them Into his pocket and left the office. "I'll go, after all," he told himself.' Three quarters of an hour later he en- ITH go and I'll see what I shall see." tered the little amphitheater In the CHAPTER VI Valley of the GIants'and paused with an expression of dismay. One of the When Shirley Sumner descended to slants had fallen and lay stretched the breakfast room on the morning following her arrival In Sequoia, the ---- "Poor old "Dad!" he murmured. "I'm glad now he has been unable to get up here and see this. It would have broken his heart. I'll havethls tree made Into fence posts and the stump dynamite and removed this summer. After lie is operated on and gets back his sight he will come up here and he must never kn,ow. Perhaps he will have forgotten how many trees stood in this circle." He paused. Peeping out from "under a chip among the litter at his feet was the" moldy corner of a white envelope.' In an instant Bryce hadN It in his hand. The envelope was dirty and weatherbeaten, but to a certain extent the redwood chips under which It had lain hidden had served to pro. tect It, and the writing on the face was still legible. The envelope was empty and addressed to Jules Rondeau, care of the Laguna Grande Lumber company, Sequoia, California. Bryce read and reread that address. "Rondeau!" he muttered. "Jules Rondeau ! I've heard that name before ah, yes ! Dad spoke of him last night He's Pennington's woods-bos" and An enemy had done this thing and In all the world John Qardlgan had but one enemy Colonel Seth Pennington. Had Pennington sent his woods-bos- s y "work out of to do sheer spite? Hardly. The section of burl was gone,- arid this argued that the question of spite had been, purely a matter of secondary consideration. Evidently, Bryce reasoned, soraedne had desired that- burl redwood gredtly, and that someone had not. been Jules Rondeau, since a woods-bos- s would not be likely to spend five minutes of his leisure time in consideration of the or panel. beauties of a burl table-to- p Hence, if Rondeau had superintended the task of felling the tree, it must have been at the behest of a superior; acknowledges and since a woods-bos- s no superior save the creator of the pay-rol-l, the recipient of that stolen burl must have been Colonel Pennington. Suddenly he thrilled. If Jules Rondeau, had stolen that burl to present It to Colonel Pennington, his employer, then the finished article must "be In Pennington's home! And Bryce had been Invited to that home for .dinner the following Thursday by the Colonel's -s, eradicating this hostility, it must Inevitably act as a bar to the further progress, of her friendship with Bryce Cardigan. And she told herself she did not' want to lose that friendship. She wasn't the least bit In love with Jiim albeit she realized he was rather lovable. And lastly he was a good, son and was susceptible of development into a congenial and wholly acceptable comrade to a young lady absolutely lacking In other means of amusement In She finished her breakfast thoughtful silence; then she went to the telephone and called up Bryce. He recognized her voice instantly and called her name before she had opportunity to announce her Identity. "Thank you so much for the beautiful roses, Mr. Cardigan," she began. Nobody "I'm glad you liked them. picks flowers out of our garden, you know. I "used to, but I'll be too busy bfereafteiv-tbother with the garden. By the way, Miss Sumner, does your uncle own a car?" "I .believe he does a, little which he drives himself." "Then Ell send George over with the Napier this afternoon. You might care to take a spin out Into the surrounding country. By the way, Miss Sumner, you are to consider George and that car as your personal property. I fear you're going to find Sequoia a dull place ; so whenever you wish to go for a ride, Just call nje up, arid I'll have George report to you." "But think of all the expensive gasoline' and tires!" "Oh, but you mustn't look at thlng3 from that angle after you cross the Rocky mountains on your way west. What are you going to do this afterp old-rattlet- rap "of de-vot- ed h 1.78 The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL " 7he Great Paper of the Southland is ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found , the champion of clean government. The Courier-Journa- l noon?" "I don't know. this-dirt- -- - - "For some real sport I would suggest that you motor up to Laguna Grande. That's Spanish for Big you know. Take a rod with you. There are some salmon In the lagoon. "But I .haven't any rod." "I'll send you over a good one." "But I have nobody to teach me how to use it" she hinted daringly. "he "I appreciate flashed back at "her, "but unfortunately my holidays are over for a long, long time. L took my father's place In the business this morning." " land-locke- d that-complime- nt," that far ahead." I haven't thought f- - La.-goo- n, surpasses all its competitors in The Courier-Journequipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the NewJTork.Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. al No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It By special ""So soon?7 "Yes. Things have been, happening while 1 was away. However, speaking of fishing George Sea Otter will prove an Invaluable Instructor. He Is a good boy and you may trust him Implicitly. On Thursday evening you can tell what success you had with the salmon." "Oh, that reminds me, Mr. Cardigan. You can't come Thursday evening, after all." 'And she explalnedtfie reason. 'Suppose you come Wednesday arrangements we are now able to offer The Daily Courier,- - Jourual AND THE . Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia night instead." -- , first glance at. her uncle's stately countenance informed her that during the night something had occurred to Irritate Colonel Seth P'ennlngton and startle-hiout. of his customary bland m composure. "Shirley' he began, "did I hear you calling young Cardigan on the telephone after dinner last night or did myears deceive me?" "Your ears-ar- e ill "I'll a '- Iv ''' ' -- Give That Man Pennington Run for His Money."- - a Bryce Stood Dumbly Gazing Upon the Sacrilege. ;.named me a freight-rat- e for a xenewal yAyOt the contract for fiv.e years, of thnee dollars per thousand feet That rate - Is prohibitive and puts us out of busl-- . E ; " acrdss the little clearing. In its descent it had demolished the little white stone over his mother's grave "Then," said Bryce calmly, "well sliut the mill v down when the log--- and had driven the fragments of the stone deep Into hauling contract expires, hold our timThe fact that the tree was dews, ber as an Investment, and live the ttrnple life until wa can sell it or a however, was secondary to the fact that neither wind nor lightning had trnnscontlneotal road builds into Humboldt county adveaablefl us to start brought It low, but rather tha impious hand o man; fer the great Jafged p the IU afaln." stamp showed all to, plainly the Jofaa Cardigan gbeok his head. Tns saw and axe; as mortsagd to tbe last paaoy," iw con- - aarks o cross-cu- t tttrnti, "and Pwa4atep has mb by-- jptte f chips jcoac jCeet deep littered; the tef CaMlpin Redwood Lamber eom- - grouaa. the-earth. A. , s - ail right, Uncle Seth. Cardigan up to thank him for the pie he sent over, and Incidentally to Invite him over here to dinner on Thursday night" "I thought I heard you asking somebody to dinner, and as you dflh'i know a soul In Sequoia except'young Cardigan, naturally J opined ihat tie was to be the object of our hospitality." "I dare say It's quite all right to have Invited Mm, Isn't it, Uncle Se,th?" " "Certainly, certainly, my dear. Quite all right, but, er-aslightly ,1 am expecting other Inconvenient. company Thursday1 night unfortunately, Brayton, the president of the Bank of Sequoia, Is "coming up to dine and discuss some business affairs with me afterward; so if you don't mind, my dear, suppose you .call young Cardigan upland ask him to defer his visit until some later date." "Certainly, uncle. What perfectly marvelous roses! How did you succeed In growing themr UncleJ3eth?" He smiled sourly. "I dldn'f raise d them," he replied. "That Indian that drives John Cardigan's car. brought them around about an hoar ago,, along witH a card. There It. is, beside your plate." fjfce blushed erer so slightly. "I suppose Bryce Gardigan la vindicating iinjself," she murmured as she "with drew the from the eevelope.. AM staeSad. surmised, jt was Bryce Cardi- I called Mr. h, -- half-bree- ird "Your niece, Colonel, Is one of those fortunate beings the world wlU always clamor to serve." "Quite true, Mr. Cardigan. When she was quite a little girl I came under her spell myself." "So did I. Colonel. Miss Sumner lias doubtless told you of our first meeting some twelve years ago." "Quite so.-- May I offer you a cocktail, Mr. Cardigan?" " "Thank you, certainly. Dad and I have been, pinning one on about this time every night since my return." counter. ."Shirley belongs to the Band of Hope," the Colonel explained.' "She's' Colonel. Pennington's pompous !n ready at any time to break a lance ported British butler show.ed Bryce with the Demon Bum. Sex we, will Into the Pennington living room at have to drink her share, Mr. Cardigan. announcing him with due Pray be 'seated?' .ieremonvi Shirley rose from the piano where she, had been Idly fingering-th- e . TO BE CONTINUED. fceys and greeted him with every ap- ' earance of pleasure foUewlnz which, " sne turned to present her visitor to This Is .The Honfh standing Colonel Pennington, who was ha his favorite position with his back to the fireplace. To resolve! "Uncle Seth,. this is Mr. Cardigan who was so very nice to-- me the" day To keep paths open. X landed in Red Bluff." The Colonel bowed. Thave to To get tho accounts in order. thank yon, sir, for yoar ertesy te To pruM grapM'ahd other nyalece." 'He had asssaaed an air reeecre, of dIUaft albofoew, tfespita small frait . BJa atudied.peUtenss. '. -jlx-thirt- y, all your kindness and thoughtf ulness ; and if you will persist in being nice to me, you might send George Sea Otter and the car at Til be glad to avail myself of both until I can get a car of my own sent up from San Francisco. Till Wednesday night, then. Good bye." As Bryce Cardigan hung up, he heaved a slight sigh. It was difficult to get out of the habit of playing; he found himself the possessor of a very great desire 'to close down the desk, call on Shirley Sumner, and spend the remainder of the day basking In the-- f sunllght of her presence. Following his discovery of the outrage committed on his father's sanctuary, Bryce wasted considerable valuable time and effort In a futile endeavor to gather some further hint of the Identity of the vandals; but despairing 'at last he dismissed the matter from his mind, resolving only that on Thursday he would go up into Penningto.n's woods and Interview the redoubtable Jules Rondeau. Bryce's natural Inclination was to wait upon Hi Rondeau immediately. If not sooner, but the recollection of his dinner 'engagement at the Pennington home warned him to 'proceed cautiously; for while harboring no apprehensions as to the outcome of ,a possible clash with . Rondeau, Bryce was not so optimistic as to believe he would escape unscathed from an en one-tolrt- y. - "We'll call that a bet Thank you." She chuckled at his frank good humor. "Thank you, Mr. Cardigan, for This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The .Courier-Journal. sub- Send or bring your ord rs to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS " Columbia, Ky. - T1tvt lrt rvnvrfAn ann vvtalfA 1UIHUIUCB81UU a"" your orders for seeds. To keep the pigs warm so that their growth will not be checked.. To feed corn heavily duricgj cold weather. It is rich in heat; and enegry elements. To breed cows for fall calves and be ready for a heavy milk! flow next winter. To get the horses sharp ahadil TV T mCi j.tcicui uiaj ixicau suivus cident on an injured horse. To keep the hen house and disinfected. Here ir first step in keeping free roup. To get oat the incubator, it over, order any new pria that may be needed and ibat it ready foe perfect rusaiatv Farm Life. t st Subscribe for The Hem a1 "i". cr. - - k. V7 -- S. . lADiLiRqiiaiUUgaE: .- e" - r 'St' --.. 2. - rj" . - -- - - i p " ynaHJWf EVERYTHING IN -. il. t - "- . - i- - . 7- - live -- t'-- ' ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. " im AmmwmmimK IN If. r7rrr MERRY SEX WAR ON (I. S. MAINTAINS AIR LEADERSHIP Good Performances Six Thousand Refugee Greeks Reported in Fearful PHght People S. SAMOA Bureau of EngravingNand Printing in Throes of Controversy. Union Charges That There re Too Many "Trifling Girls" In the Bureau. at Batum Lack Clothing and Shelter and Are Dying at Rate of From 35 to 50 a Day. Reporter and Naval Officer Try Plate Printers'. to Get Control of the Administration. ODD creased Contraction of Industry. LONG Offset DeProduction and Also EIKvood arid American Fence. ." -- Sfel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO .Incoworated " 11 Caat Matket direct' Between First and Brook ' Louisyille, Ky., I) REED ",' In" A1U BROS.- ' INSURANCE . . Its Branches v. Fire Life Casualty Windstorm -- Burglary Cover-- : ParcelTost Hail Acreage .age-Automo- bile and Surety ' ' Bonds. ' "The Service Agency" Columbia Kentucky New York. Six thousand Greek refugees 'at Batum, Transcaucasia, their clothing worn to shreds, are "living like wild animals in dens" and dying 'at the rate of from thirty-fiv- e to fifty a day; writes Dr. W. E. Ram-ba Near East Relief worker of West Philadelphia, Pa., in a report from the Black sea port received here. Tn what he calls "a tragic exodus that bids tff become historic," Dr. Ram-b- o says the Greek government already has repatriated 20,000 who, emigrated from the Near East to colonize Thrace and that from 10,000 to 12,000 remain to be transported from Batum back to their homeland. Most of these, he says, strong, but the 0,000 refugess- from other regions who flocked to Batum In the expectation of relief have been in that city five months,' waiting in vain for lielp,' their condition daily becoming more desperate on account of the rigors of the present Georgian winter. The Greek government, Dr. Rambo explains, disclaiming responsibility for the plight of the people, has undertaken, through humane considerations only, to feed and doctor the refugees, but, so far, has declined to transport them to Greece, on the ground that there is insufficient housing there to shelter them. "Meanwhile," the letter says, "the 6,000 are overcrowded in barracks unfit for human habitation. The families have no privacy. Some are lying in bed day and night because they have no clothing to protect them from the cold or cover their nakedness. Unless speedy relief comes to these people, most of them will die during the winter. Already the remnants of the original refugees are in despair. One of them said to me: We are no longer waiting .for ships ; we are waiting for death.' Of 5,767 in this party In the beginning, only"about 2,400 remain 3,367 are dead. Another party of 6,800 has 2,800 survivors 4,000 are dead. Of the survivors 700 are ill." -ly MIXUP IS CLEARED -- Washington. A merry sex war is UP in progress in Uncle Sam's money factory. FLIGHTS SUCCESSFUL tot o, - WHERE WINTER IS KING "TALKING MaCHINES' J With a Tone as rich as Gold fThe are necessary. ments S "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays disc records. No extra attach- - X- ) Syou f S Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabi- net and compare it with other ma- chines selling at the same rprice and will readily by convinced relative the superiority of our workman-- 3 ship and construction. ren J. Terhune, governor of the island. The three filed charges against Terhune and his administration,, and finally Kail tried to send a wireless message to the navy department at Washington, branding his superior as insane. Takes His Own Life. With the message in front of him, Terhune, suffering from ill health, committed suicide. The pitiful part of this tragedy developed when the naval court of inquiry, already en route to Tutuila from Hawaii, absolved Terhune's administrat!onof all charges, recommended the deportation of Greene, the court martial of Boucher and the removal of Kail from his post. Among the charges filed against Terhune's administration was one that officials were drawing illegal salaries. J. Hurkin Mailo, native chief of police, and Judge A. N. Noble were especial targets of Boucher, Greene and Kail. After Commander Terhune shot himself Kail became acting governor, and he jailed Mailo on charges that the chief of police had urged the natives to oppose the activities of Greene and Kail. Previously Boucher had alleged that Irregularities of the Terhune administration included paying Mailo as "beetle inspector" as well as head of tli police force, but that no beetles were' inspected. Judge Noble, who, besides being district judge, was secretary to the registrar of titles, secreTary of native affairs, judge of the probate court, superintendent of education, associate member of the high court and vice president of .the American Bank of Samoa, was charged by Boucher and Greene with being instrumental In alleged misuse of funds and authority. Kail closed Noble's court when the former became acting gov- The war started when the Plate Governor, in III Health and Under Printers' union in the bureau, of engraving and printing made formal Charges, Commits Suicide Is Comcharges that there were too many pletely Absolved by Naval "trifling girls" in the bureau and that Court of Inquiry. Jhey were retarding the efficiency San Francisco. American Samoa's and the amount of production of chief of police is out paper money. In their charges the of jail, and the judge, who lias seven plate printers- intimated that too much other Jobs, Is again holding court, ac- time was spent by girls employed in cording to advices from Tutuila. TChis the bureau in administering "little change back to normal followed a na- dabs, of paint and powder." In fact val Inquiry which resulted In dissipat- it was intimated that the plate print-ier- s objected to "flappers" being eming an attempt by a naval officer and ployed in the bureau. a former newspaper reporter to conThe plate printers let themselves in trol the naval administration of the American possession in the South for trouble. Federal" Employees' Union No. 105, Seas. embracing the women employees of the In furtherance of this attemptthe Jiaval officer, Creed H. Boucher, lieu- bureau, at an indignation meeting, condemned the attitude of the plate tenant commander, and the " enlisted the printers, denied their charges and deArthur A. Greene, support of Commander A. C. Kail, plored their giving publicity to what second In rank to Commander War- they alleged to be a misstatement of beetle-Inspectin- Clear Federal Policy of Commercial Lacking-Year's Flying Aid Progress Is Still Feats Ars America Recorded. g - -- Miss Gertrude McNally, secretary of the union, declared that the records of the examining division showed that the greatest percentage of spoilage- of printers' work is for "sly- ywipes," "lifts" and "breaks," which. spoilage could in no way be attributed facts to the assistants. "Plate printers are paid by the piece rate and In many Instances the presses are speeded up for production at the expense of the quality of the work," Miss McNally stated. It is predicted that the charges of the Plate Printers' union will result In considerable friction in the future between the printers and their assistants, since if Inefficiency does exist the responsibility for the same has been placed by one side on the-other. HATS OF OTHER LANDS - r zh ''?' Pc. 'ZA ""vv v i i' tjL M K7 .. -- . 4k ' 'iimimfi. m coin-manda- m - &ix 1 - . I,. Columbia, El. YOTJN"G-"JEWELER" - 9 l$tS$t$ Kentucb $$ MaWWMLl' Miss .tiiera yuonz, CORONATION aeK$eQKseK& one of tne fair skiiers at Lake Placid, New. York, where the winter sport season Is in full swing. .' 1 HAIL --- -In Field -- FIRE In Barn DRESS FOR SALE 1 f as Gown Worn by Empress Marie Louise to Be Offered at" Auction in Paris. One Insurance Policy Protects every Minute Paris. The beautiful dress worn by Empress Marie Louise, second wife & of Napoleon, on the day of her coronation as empress of the French will be sold at auction shortly. The dress Is made of exquisite lace, made by the French lace workers of Calvados, to ivhom Napoleon himself sent "the design. Insured ONLY by. LC s ?Henry Clay ' Agentsl. " Z ing the riots It was stolen from the Tuileries dur of the revolution of 1848 and found its way to the Qalliera museum. The empress was the daughter of Emperor Francis I, of Austria-Hungar. . y. see WVT. PRICE,. Ail Kinds of " r- - -- y X Agent-.- .. T T Prison Sentence for. Baby. 11 Weeks Old. London, Eng. Pi'ison for a baby 11 weeks old was" decreed by Sir Forest Fulton, tile recorder of Old Bailej The baby's mother Was found feuilty of bigamy. "What Is to happen to my n child?" she .asked when sentence was imposed. , "He can go with you afid be none the worse for youV detennew-bor- ' Board Sits Eight Days. The board of inquiry sat for eight days. Testimony revealed that Boucher for 25 of his 85 days' service, was under suspension on three charges carrying a pistol, attempting a mutiny and falsehood. Boucher's examination revealed that he posed as a secret service man without authority; publicly criticized the secretary of the navy and the President; communicated with authorities in Washington in violation of regulations, and committed many other breaches of naval regulations. Upon examination he declined to answer many questions on the ground that the answers would incriminate himself. He acknowledged that all charges he mad.e were based upon hearsay and without iavestigation. It was revealed that documents were stolen from naval officers, but an attempt to introduce these by Greene, who acted as Boucher's counsel, was overruled .by the board. The testimony revealed also that Greene and Boucher created unrest among the natives in an effort to change the government and assume control for themselves. Their activities resulted in organization of natives into a "committee" which forwarded an appeal Wilson to remove Governor Terhune, and the native unrest was manifested by Several fights with the American sailors.-Cutting a Watermelon in January. Peru, Ind. Mrs. George W. Cleveh ger of Logansport preserved a water melon last August by covering thi end of the stem with paraffin and on New Year's day she brought it to Peru for dinner at Tier sister's -- home. The melon had a good flavor and was solid and sound. Wide Yawn Fractured Fireman's Rib. Allentown, Pa. A sharp pain in one side caught Mark Beitler, a member of Rlttersville fire, company, when he Indulged In a wide yawn-- in the His suffering increased, so .a physician was summoned and found one of Beltler's ribs fractured. hose-hous- e. ernor. This young girl of the Spreewald district of Germany Is shown wearing the headdress donned by all women of the district during the festive seasons. FINDS GROOM IS BELOW PAR Swiss Father Sues Detective Bureau for False Recommendation of Daughter's Suitor. Geneva. M. Wader, a wealthy resident of Bienne, Switzerland, has just sued a detective agency for wrongly recommending a man as husband for his daughter and 'has obtained a verdict of 140 pounds, with costs, against the agency. enThe prospective father-in-lagaged the agency at a cosf of 500 pounds to investigate the reputation and habits of the young man who had asked for the hand of hls daughter. The detectives reported that the youth was worthy, reliable and sober. After sixmonths of wedded life, the bride" returned to her father's home with the information that the bridegroom has dissipated her dowry in riotous living and gambling. has success-- -fully maintained-he- r leadership in the navigation of the air, so far as heavier than air craft are concerned, despite the lack of aerial laws, landing fields and other such handicaps, according to a review of the year 1920, issued by the Manufacturers' Aircraft association. The review says: "Decreased production and a general contraction in the aeronautical-Industrgenerally Is offset by the more encouraging records of performance made in American aviation, this year. While the last twelve months have not brought the carefully outlined policy of federal jurisdiction required to assure steady and economical progress in commercial aviation, they have witnessed many remarkable achievements by American pilots in American machines." Year's Performances. Then follows a long, detailed list of performances, among them the following: "Commander A. C. Bead, hero of the transatlantic flight in the FC-4- , commanded the same flying boat in a noteworthy expedition from L. I., down the Atlantic coast, along the gulf coast and up the Mississippi river to Cairo, Dl. When the NC-- 4 returned to Rockaway Jaiiiiary 27 last It had flown 7,740 nuntieal miles. Three of the four Packard Liberty engines had operated without trouble during the 118 hours in the air, the fourth more than eighty-tw- o Along the Mississippi hours. the motors were run on commercial gasoline picked up from point to point en route. Bead reported that the greatest difficulty encountered was lack of proper maps. "Compared to attempts conducted by European governments the American ventures were particularly successful. No le3s than four expeditions attempted to fly the 5,206 miles from Cairo to Capetown, South Africa. Colonel P. Van Ryndveld and Major C. J. 0. Brand finally completed their flight on March 20, lOO, In a DH-pjane sent up by the government of the Union of South Africa machine had after their Vickers-Vim- y crashed. They had set out from Cairo February of the machines that started reached Capetown. success "Different attended the Alaskan flying expedition of the United States Army Air service. Four Gallaudet remodelled DH-4-planes, each powered with a single Liberty motor, and each carrying two persons flew from Mitchel Field, L. I., to Nomer Alaska, and return in 112 hours flying time, a total distance of 9,000 miles, without a motor missing fire or other accident serious enough to delay the party. Rain and fog caused most of the difficulty in flyingj over" country not even charted on the maps. Operation of Air Mail Service. "The Air Mail in 1920 operating be-tween New York and Washington, New York, y long-flight 9 10..--N- one B - w New York, Cleveland, Chicago, Omaha, Salt Lake City and San Frauc.bco, transported approximately ope hundred million letters at ordinary postage rates. The system was extended In 1920 from Chicago to San Francisco, from Key West, Fla., to Havana, Cuba, and from Seattle, Wash., to Vic- Ltoria, B. C. About thirty-flv- e air mall planes are In the air each day flying a total, in round trips, of about 8,000 -- . i 1 ! Three Meals Means Wife Does Walk Daily 2-M- ile Montgomery, Ala. two-mil- Prepara- Columbia, Kentucky. i J ? insurance )K I TV $KM5K5K - &; i i i T I tion of meals for an average e daily family means' a kitchen marathon for the house- wife, according to statistics compiled for the conference of- vocational workers of the south, in session here. A pedometer attached to students in the kitch- eikof the moderhome at Living- ston school showed this meas- ureraent-fo- r the pantry route covered during the period from bacon and" eggs to dinner and dessert. stove-slnk-an- d-t- -f "During the year the navy has been making an aerial survey of the Panama Canal zone. "The geological survey has cooper- ated with the marine corps In mapping the coastline of Hayti. American seaplanes, Curtiss, Aeromarine and-- Boeing types, have operated on passenger routes In China. "Major R. W. Schroeder, flying an Anlerican. designed and built Packard- LLepero biplane, went up from McCook Field, Dajtou, Ohio, on February-26- , and reached the world's record altitude of 32,000 feet." EXECUTE 4 FOR FLOUR'TKEFTS PoMsh miles.'' 1 " . Soldiers Found Guilty of Stealing Nine Sacks From Army Are Shot Four soldiers Cracow, Poland. found guilty of having, stolen- - nine sacks of American flour from army x supplies' were, shot recently. -- .!" tion," the recorder replied. I ."W. . B. F ATTESON GENERAL. INSURANCE " I She Was Indian Fighter. Williamson, W. Va. Aunt Letjtia Ferrell, aged one hundred "and four, the oldest woman In West "Virginia, is jdead here. She lived at one.place for more-th- an eighty-fiv- e . International Made - fo - Measure Clothes. J. .. -- ? German Residents in Paris. from, the, arffiyl'A flfjjx sqW- -. , Paris. Germans to the' number of iri50nnection with the 1,065 have succeeded In obtaining perflour theft, Wajj Sentenced to prison, mission to reside" here, according to as it xvas shown that he had taken a the Prefecture of Police registration minor part in the affair. , Df foreigners In court-martiale- The executions were carried out under a law passed, by the diet last year, making it acapUal offense to stedlj Second FloorJeffrles - Building. . rm r. fLi.' - .. . cpiLrnscBiA., .aaAAAAAAA.. ..AAAAAA. - KY.lv AA .- - years and was tirTTyyTy,17yT7'r-r,-y--r-'V - AAA A A A- AAA A A A r - . ?,t-- ' - - Ti 4bt never- - fifty miles .away from home. When her parents moved heresy was ,young" woman and she helped iteesr ", the JbMUtM. . -- Unemployed Will Not Shovel Snow. reYork, Notwithstanding" New ports of unemployment In New --York. city," a call for 8,000 snow shovelersvj h paid $0.20 for an .eight-hou- r day, brought, ' comparatively . little re- - apofts Paris. Italians lead the list with 41,350, while the United States is fifth with 23,630. Other nationals include 36,660 Belgians, 129,000 Swiss, 27,650 English, 23,000 Russians acdj 14,000 Poles. There are 88. and 254 Bulgarians besides South and Ceatral Aaiericaa" Aus-trla- ns 7,-8- 92 Coal Mining Took Heavy ToH xf Life. Washington. More than 1,500 men lost their lives in coal mine accidents In the first nine months ac- cording to a ,report. of .the .United of-192- Q, ' -- itatftB-bnre- i. ? - 2?- - -- iv - . -? - - " - a f whws - p- ""1- - ' . . 1 ovum ,- .'w, Im. West F&t. Wss. Jan. 31sti. 1921. 1 wm highly elated, when I earned that my first letter had Editor Nwk Doubtless many of your readescaped the waste basket, and I extend many thanks' to the editor ers would like to hear from this part of the country, since every jfor givingme.me- a pass. - Ik "ft . .- - " M ;- -- dition to these products'mention-e- d of the country especially to a sales in this' particular section, the sale of "dairy "products favored state like yours and the but within the- - last few 'weeks $?"iAA OAA ((S entire South. Oil was found several sales of farms have'been manhnd fTi'a .7 -- - -"-T"-- atim'nf prices. last year, while in 1912 it was on- about 50 miles southwest of this made at satisfactory WiThere are several here now. from ly $4,400. ThisJias largely been city last week. A well at accomplished thro'ughv the en- nona was brought in at a depth Illinois with a view of buying, couragement and interest of our of over 3,500 feet and is thought and ifthe northern farmer could State Agricultural'College, while to be a splendid producer Our sell we would have a splendid the J. C. Railroad Co., has given company here has its rig up on demand for our lands. The tie up. north .tieB us up, for we are approved by several and is still giving active aid. dependent tfn sections that have it seemSgto be short These two agencies have just and nothing doing at this more people than we, and whose closed a successful campaign in this county and as a result many time. Oil was also found about lands have reached three times new dairies will be established. 40 miles north of this place the values of similar land's in the We have the most favorable con some time ago, out the quantity' South. No one. is hurt here by ditions for successful dairying of is Unknown. It, Reaped into an buyingrgbod land, except the few most any part of the country and old well. This is at Oklpnar, and who bought more than they could in my judgment it will not . be I understand that two wells, will pay for and there"are not many in many years when Mississippi be started in, that section in the. this condition.' This seems to be .yetrue the country over. In fact I potatoeC l,-- r will rival Wisconsin, the model near future. 360,000 Milford, III. 4; , institutions in Believe we are in better condi92,000 bi; sweetpotatoesllr dairy state and. whose annual in alone is now this" state are in good, .trong tion than most any part of the Jan. 31, 1921? 330,000 .bu.; toba.ccoK 700,(00 come from butter .'L " v, Likewise condition: - The depositsnin he country, and will soon be back pounds; 8orghumc6,480, 000 gal over $200,000,000. ' . . ... . . ", y... "Editor News: lons; sugar cane, 7,497,340 galr beef cattle can be produced here banktf ot tnis (Jity snow no to good times. I am glad to see Will you please give me a space' any place in slump 'from those of more pros- the News showing remarkabie your paper for a few lines. Ions; and many other things that for as little cost as in America. Plainly speaking the perous times and it has never good health. It deserves all the " T have been here three, months. indicate the productive powers crop farmer is in hard luck, been a- - serious matter to -- get support the people and business We Save picked six bales of cot 'and adaptability of- - this country one crop country is like- money to support dependable interests of that country possess. ,ton since January, We have had to the production of nearly ev- and the one wise afflicted and the fact is that business, but,there is none for But few tacal papers anywhere ''one snow. This sure is a fine ery thing that man or stock regardless of .his have stood as true and made the for pleasure and profit. it isajusCcondition. Kentucky the country. We have rented 250 effort for advancement as has acres of land to. cultivate. We The wheat, only a little, it is farmers stake too much on to security. The deposits here, the News. I can truly say that .have plenty of wood to burn and true, yet 4he average was 10 bacco asi truly as this country show in the neighborhood of which seems good for a it has few equals in point of ser- .good water to drink.- I hereby bushels, while the average in does on cotton, bui it is not as Ivice and service is the measure inclose $2.00 for which please Kentucky was less than 8 bush- dependent on it, as we are small community. In regard to of worth and in saying this I am .send me your paper to the Whee- els. There is not a reason why for every part of the state pro- real estate our best lands and lo- not truckling to sentiment. We : Jer Brothel, Milford, Texas. T this State should stake its for- duces enough food and feed stuff cations have not depreciated or are enjoying the very beat of Ef your head is dizzy on stooping or tune on cotton any more than to tide over an emergency while if so very little, but some of the health and' the rest of the Adair county folks here are likewise Vieiqg suddenly and everything turns Kentucky should put its exist- here it is not the case. You less favored spots and second blessed. With best of wishes .. ,blackiIoxe the eyes, you have a tor- ence in tobacco and in my judg need the dairy cow-a- s well as we grade lands have tumbled some for the News and that entire is a pid lver. Take Herbine. the last few action. Yours truly, powerful liver regulxtor. Price, 60c ment both have gone to the ex- do. She will lift the mortgage in nrica. For C. S. Harris. oid.hyPJiuUDrngtCo. Adv treme and to their hurt. In ad- - and bring profptrity to any part montKi w have not had any N , t section seems to have trouble of its own and feels disposed to hear from others. The Daily Press shows the effects of busi ness adjustment to be as wide as. the country, and no section or business free from its depressing effects. Just where the sorest spot is can not be determined, or just when it will, lift from the country is a matter of speculation. For the last few months this part hasbeen under the weather, so to speak, but our people are taking a more optomistic view, and a better feeling prevails and evidence of improvements are seen. Cotton, - our principal farm product, has been working up and down so fast on the marcently. J. H. Breeding bought of Mrs. ket that but little concern is now Alva. Harvey one calf, price manifested. At present it is. selling about 14 cents, a price far $8 00. production," but Mr. and Mrs. J. C Reece and below its cost of many believe thapit will ,settle soi spent.Sunday night at J. H. around .20. centra little, Tater" ion. ST Breeding's. x ' J. T,. Harvey sold to"Finnis Whether it.doesL or does hotit will, cut jglahd onVcalf, price $9.00. growers but lit.tle. figure, as the aye made their minds MrSjJ. H., JBreeding was the tojiake their loss and. try to guest her mother. Mrs. L. A. avoid a similar condition in the -- : . JHarvey, Thursday afternoon. future .by diversifying and not Misse3.Zprada,and.:4die Roach stake it all on the fleecy staple, fluent weanesaay aiternoon at TheofacjJB that diversified f J H. Breeding's." only safe method in iO. W. Breedingand Noel Jesse any country . jhe man who were at J. H. Breeding's recent- - stakes all on cotton, wheat, " :y or anypther 6ne thing Messrs. Noah Reece, and Sam may or may. not make money, v Baker made their.. usual call at but. itJa. generally a. feast, and a ..iFinnis Roaches' Sunday after-moo- fast with more fasts, than feastb. .The South has, had 'severe, les. 'The.prayer meeting. is still in sons in the past and Had entered progress at Mt. Pleasant, and we diversified farming' after the ' iope this much needed work campaign of. "buy a bale of cot-tosome yers ago, but the shall continue. war came and the price of cotton Mrs Alvin Smyths visited her was so attractive that the troun parents Mr. and Mrs. Levy ble of the .past were forgotten a few days ago. , and diversification was killed in , .Mr. Sam Baker, of Sparks- - ;its infancy. Those who stayed yill!e, night with with it and made corn and other JMr. Noah Reece, near Breeding. crops,- - beside cotton, are n6t r . Mrs. Alma. Harvey and chhV complaining, but the ones who dren spent rthe night at "Finis staked all on cotton are the ones IRoaches, recently. who are hurt. There are no Dave Button, our miller and reasons why the South should be blacksmith, is goingjoiit of busi- - a one crop country, .but every ,aiess. He is preparing to make reason why it should not. We ibis future home at Argo, Illinois. Have, soils and climatic condiMa. Fudge and tamily spent tions, favorable to 'all grains, ..Saturday nigh t at Beecham Fud vegetables and other products suited-tges. . this latitude and" the r. J. ration purcnasea one greatest stock country I ever 'H mule from Gilford Yarberry saw. ' -- Agricultural statistics for this ?rice$125. '. J. L. Patton lost a good work state showfor 1920 the follow- ing: ? corn, 63,80, 000. bu;.wheat, ,., "snare recently. 10O;P0pvbu.; oats,, .'OlOQ'd J)f.; Finis Roach. is doing sbmer-car'- s vsoy beanj, bu.; velvet Ajpenter work for his father. beans, 3f0,000 bu.,; cowpeas,3X Health is good in this commun sty at present, and everyone (seems to be looking for a prosperous year. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Breeding sspnt last .Saturday nigtyt with M. and Mrs. Noah Jessie. Rev. Levi Hagan was in the Subtle community, in Metcalf, on tbusiness Thurday. Mrs. Roy Garmoh and children cof Xrgo, III. are visiting relatives jnear Toria. Mr. Will Harper, 9f Garcon, jMetcalf county, is spending a few days at N. R. Roaches. Mr.. Charlie Wilson of Edmonton, was at Revv Hagan's re. ' A ? coV - - j .r,j3 - '. ii jr - -i " 'r -. - :' , & ? .'x; 4 THE UNiVERSAi. CAR . . I . - - . - :'; ANNOUNCEIIENT " . 4 - - - --- '-. ' ' v - v Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, gives out the following statement: m TheVprice of the " FOEDSONtractoi has been reduced from $790.00 to $62500, effctive immediately, . ; '.." -- a' jia ' , 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 shops and large blast furnaces where iron poured directly from the ore, giving us maximum efficiency with the power to reduce coat of i)ro- 'duction, and down conies' the price in line with our policy to market our products at the lowest pos- sible figure without in any way affecting our high standaad of quality. - - -i I 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 cangive.him and this big cut in price will be the means of placing a valuable power unit within, the reach of prastically everyone of them, not to and commercialconcerns which like wise have benefited through its use and are aleady realizing to a much greater extent, its value as a power and' hauling,unit. But particularly has the ' FORDSON tractor proved a most valuable factor inthe saving of farm labor, at the same time increasing 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. raen-tionindustr- ial i Li . N. " . -- jwz . There is no question that the use of machine power on the farm is the greatest advancement money saving and money making results, as made in the developement of agriculturenot only in . ,. Lj,.. e i.i i Lj. a.?L j a oi i:: uii'tue laiuij iu a- muua uigaer xevei, ,ou& iDecauHe oi its proven ;j.? t i,u wen as raising tne stauuarua ilviuk ivaluein making every type of land more productive,-- and consequently our desire to place the , FORDQSN,within the reach of all. . ' . - isi 1 -- , . - -- t - A. - ir , i)t- - " r arm-Jngjsth- e, to-bac- co PRICES, winch are already at the lowest possiple figure, and now':with r6ckb"ottom reached on tKS tractor price aurther reduction of price in either truck or trac-tor"but of the question ; in fact, the big price cuts have been made in anticipation of continuous maximum production and 'increases may be necessary before fo'ngifa large volume of new businesses ho tr6btaihed.r Therefore, present pri- -; cesof Ford products cannot be guaranteed against possible increases the-car, -- THEREIS NO CHANGE IN THE PRESENT' FORD GAR ANDTRUOK is 1 v iil r. H-- -- Fordson at will beupplied coat. '"Aflfrrtheofbook "The on your farm, in'your factory, lumber yard,free of.yard, orLet us demoncoal in any genstrate the vaiue a Fordson Work'-whi- ch n. eral hauling or power work you have to do and let us have your order for a Fordson. fcoimgB,,. " a" The Buchanan-Lyo- n . INCORPORATED t Co. a-- Ha-gra- Columbia, and Campbellsville Ky. . spent-Saturda- y SMILES COME AGAIN TO A ' PRETTY FACEi The Charm of Good Health Has Its Source In Rich Red Blood. !l t Geo!-ogists,b- ut Nothing on Earth Necessary for Beauty. 'PEPT0-MANGA- so o of-fun- N BUILDi RED BLOOD Restores the Quality of Your Blotf, Brings Back Your Coloand Renews Vitality. - 15-00- iu-Iris- h - Oun-financial- , , -- rhas-becom- r' re-quir- es wild-catt- er - $2,-000,0- 00. Personal charm Is like a light. It sheds Its rays everywhere. Is the light of your personal charm hidden under the bushel of bad blood? Id. stead of habitual smiles do you wear a tired look almost a scowl? Do you tire easily? Are you oale and laqklngr in vita energy and ambition? You are not really ill. Your .blood e weak and sluggish.? It is half, starved. What you need- is the bloodmaking qualities of that, splenAfter you did tonic, n a little have taken while jou will feel a big improvement. The smiles will come back. People will see a difference in you. You will make friends again. You will hsve plenty of rich, jred blocd and fel Fepto-Mangan. Pepto-Manga-- - stronger. has been, building red blood for years. Physicians lb right along. It has Juslrths ingredfeats. that starved blood Meds. Sold in liquid and tablet form. Both u& be sur have the same effect. Pepto- - Mahgao. you get the geauine Ask for "GuoVs" and be sure tht.tt fullBwe, "Qude'g Pee-Maafm,- " oa th pekag. AdTrttoMMa4. Pepto-Manga- n . pre-scrib- e It r"SfcVi A' V fBC-i-- v V v '"m; ifc -- . -- -- BP .. t? v-t- s "SSBO- -. Mwty "A5