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H04 NUMBER 20 .X Do You Know? ) AFTER A be-fore LONG- - IJlNESi BY OIL NEW- S- fact that this grade was selling for per barrel on January first, last, but it is believed that the bottom has been reached and that within the v X" next few weeks there will be a decided improvement in the situation generally. The prices of crude oil are regulated by supply and demand, .and with an ever increasing demand for oil and its products, and.witn produc-tio- n not keeping pace with the demand, it will naturally follow "that prices are bound to go up, and at no distant date. $4 50 6769. . Paid tist. KESEIIVE DISTRICT NO. 8. A This community w,as not .surprised late Sunday afternoon when the announcement came that Mrs. Fanny Breeding was dead. She" had been in a critical condition for several months, and Jt was known, from the statement, of her physician, that she could not recover. Mrs. Breeding was a Miss Beard before her marriage and was born and reared in the upper end of. the county. When quite a young- - woman she was stands. happily married to Mr. J. S. Breeding, That there is not a man lining in who has been-- prominent larmer and Adair county who'servedln the Mexi trader of this county since his early airive. ican War in companies made up by Eight holes have been put down remanhood. . To this union five daugh CapL Ed Gaither and Capt. Jack ters and one son were born. She liv- cently in the Bakerton field, and there SquireB, now living? The Companies ed to see them all grown and happily are eight fine wells there to show as a were principally made up in Adair result of the work. This is a tine reccounty and John Eubank, of this married, all being at her bedside when ord, and it is very satisfying' to the end came, with the x exception of place, who was in Capt. Squires' com- the daughter, Mrs. Charles companies who are operating in that pany was the last one who crossed her oldest Pyfe, who is in a critical condition at field. Treasurer and due fronvU. S. over. my styles and 1250 00 ed and delighted with Treasurer A representative of the Cumberland her home in Lincoln county. The A Revival. Interest earned but notcollectfd- ThatfUncle Billie Williams owned a prices. approxlmate on Notes and Bills children are, besides Mrs. Pyle, Mrs. Pipe Line Company spent several dajs past due colored man, one that he had hT. A. Holladay, Mrs. Jo M Reed, in this territory recently, paying,, parReceivable not faithful 750 00 Julia Eubank. implicit confidence in, trusted him Mrs. Collins Bridgewater, Mrs. Lee ticular attention to the Creelsboro C. C. Crawford, of Cincinnati, will Total. $383 179 50 The Elopement of Ellen. with his money? In 1863 4 when the Tuney and one son, Mr. I. C. Breed- and Bakerton fields, and he expressed conduct a series of evangelistic meetIJABLUT1ES. ings at the Christian Church, Colum Capital stock paid in colored men of this county were leav- ing. Yvhen 25 000 00 quite a young woman himself as being highly pleased with bia, beginning Mch. Surplus fund 42500 00 17th. ing home for the war, guerrillas freLast Friday evening the" Senior Undivided profits, ....'. $ 3 943 29 Mrs. Breeding made a profession of the outlook for good production in MiBsJFredJFillmore, of the musical quently visiting the ' county, and it Less current expenses, inclass of the Columbia High School pre; her faith in Christ and united with those localities. The Cumberland family of 'Fillmores, of $ 663 69 terest and taxes paid 3 279 60 Cincinnati, was dangerous for a man to have sentedina very creditable manner,. the Methodist Church, and was a de- people have promised to build a line whose compositions and publications Interest and discount collected money on his person or about his or credited, in advance of ma'The Elopement of Ellen",a comedy. voted member, regular in her attend- to this section just as soon as producturity and not earned approxto all music lovers, are premises. The colored man was nam- ance, upon The cast of characters was as followso all the ordinances untlTher tion will warrant the expense. imate 500 00 will be with us as song leader. ed Frank. One day "Uncle Billie" health failed. Amount reserved for taxes accrued 2 523 01 Richard Ford, a devoted young husThe drilling operations of Mr. J. B 24 300 00 Let all Christiana be muclrin pray- Circulating Notes outstanding:.. called him into his room and said: Net amounts due to National Banks Those who have been her close Doolittle, six miles out on Cedar 417 62 band, Frank Hughes; Molly, his wife, er that these leaders may come with "Frank, guerrillas are coming in of neighbors since she came to Columbia Total of items 23, 29. 30, 31 and Eva Walker; Robert Shepard, Molly's 32 , 417 ten and tbey will not suspect that to live, speak of her in the most glow- Creek, are progressing uninterrupted- the Gospel in sermon and song and Individual deposits subject. to 62 Brother, Frank .Calllson; Max Ten ly, and indications are promising for the people of God ready to help in you have money. I want you to take check 284 654 27 Eych, a chum fof Robert's, Robert. ing terms. Kind and, affectionate, Dividends unpaid ......none this roll of lillls, ?10,000, and keep it ever ready to wait upon the sick, and good resales at that point. Well No. verygood "work. Neat; Dorothy XlMarch, engaged to Total of demand deposits (other Z T. Williams. until I call for it. If however, you de- the latch string of her door was on 1 is now down about 700 feet. Mr. than bank deposits) subject to Max, Mary Graves McMahan; J una. Reserve, Items 33, 34, 35. 36. Doolittle has not yet returned"from a cide to go into the army you can bring Haverhill, Wellesley Senior, Helea 37. and 33. $234 654 27 the outside for all comers. But few visit home, Worcester, N. T., but he Will be delighted to show yoa my me the money." Frank left for his women Cabell and John Hume, Rector of St in Adair county hare a more Ha keeping in close-touc-h 1333179 50 .'..... with the sit fine of beaatifal Patterns from New Total cabin with the cash, and in about six generous heart than did Mrs. Breeding. Agnes'. Earl Blair. of salaries or compensa uation here through his represerita York, designed by Mrae Heme and 'Aggregate a maun t bank to Chairman of Board months thereafter he entered hlB mastion paid by this Each character was faultlessly porThe deceased was 62 years old her (If any, President. Vice President, cashier ters room one evening, saying "Mars last birthday, and every year of her tives in the field. De Panne. Hmc Have the Harding and Assistant Cashiers-fomonth of Janu- trayed and the cast being evenly disary. 1921, 3337 50; Annual pay of all these tributed as to talent we may Billy, here is your money. I leave Two representatives of the Victor sport hat and the Rainbow. Also the consider existence, after reaching maturity, o5cersatJanuaryl921rateofpay,$4 650 00; for the army." Refining & Distributing Company, was well and happily spent. number of these officers on date of this re- it an all star production. Special Daisy trimmed coqae de roach. port was 4. That a large carding factory once She will not only be missed by her Nashville, Tenn., have been in Cummention may be made, however, of Julia EabanK. Aggregate amount of salaries or compensation berland county during the past week stood on the vacant lot to the right of devoted husband and loving children paid to all other employees of the bank for the manner in which Earl Blair porfor the purpose of buying the products Mrs Caroline Jeffries' residence. month of Januaoy. 1921, $58 33; Annual pay trayed the character of the awkward and grandchildren, but by this entire Circuit Court Postponed. of these employees on basis of the January of the different companies operating and embarassed rector Mr. Hume. 1921 rate of pay, 3700 00; number of these That the wooden bridge which span- community. along Cumberland river. It is thought employees on date of this report was 1. perThe house was.crowded and-th- e The funeral services were held at ned Russell creek hear Myers & Bar they "will be able to make satisfactory On account of the serious illness of State op Kentucky, fect attention given, showed that th Monday afterhss: ker's roller mill, which' was removed the Methodlstchurch a of Judge J. C. Carter, County op Adair efforts of the pupils were fully apprenoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by her arrangements with the operators to circuit court was postponed until next and replaced by an iron bridge, was I. Brace Montgomery. Cashier of the above purchase their output, and the shippastor, Rev. R. Y. Bennett, assisted named bank, do solemnly swear that the above ciated. built by L C Cornice in 1854? ment of oil by barges is expected to Monday. The Jurors, witnesses, etc.. statement is true to the best of my knowledge The proceeds will be added to ths by other local ministers, and the inwho reported last Monday, were notu-- l and belief. Bruce Montgomery. Cashier. That there are a great many people begin soon. Senior class fund. terment was in the city cemetery. fled to be here next Monday,- - when Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd in Adair county who never saw a railNo new developments have been re There were many floral offerings. court will proceed. A large crowd day of Men.. 1821. For Sale. way train? Leonora Lowe. The News extends its sympathy to ported recently in the. Creelsboro field was in town Monday, but no business Notary Public That sixteen years ago there were those who have been so sorely bereft. situation, but activities there are con- in the court was transacted. All in- Commission expires Jan. 13th. 1925. I have .five or six good young'horses not more than two or three automotinuing unabated, and some good ad- terested parties are expecoed to be Correct Attest: for sale, privately. Also one gray Henry N. Miller. biles in Adair county? Now we have ditional strikes are expected to be here at the opening of the court next StaijRs-StultJ. F. Montgomery Percheon Stallion, 10 years old. Perthem'by the hundreds; Z. T. Williars heard of there at no distant date. Directors. Monday, at which time Judge-Carte- r sons needing stock will be given a bar That Mr. Thos. H. Tutt and wife, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Downes an Mr. E. J. Schabelitz, in charge of hopes to be fiere. gain. Wilson- Keltner. parents of Mr. N. M. Tutt, were once nounce the engagement, of their drilling operations for the. South KenMrs. Lillian H. Conover, Removes to Monticello. residents of Columbia? They lived in daughter, Miss Nancy Damron Starks tucky Oil Company, operating on the Post-officColumbia, Ky. ,,.the little brick on Water street, re- to Mr. Count T. Sfcults: Saturday, Feb. 19, Mr. Harlan Clint Keen farm, located on Brush The wedding will take place this Creek, Cumberland county, was in Mr. Elmo Strange- and family will Keltner, of Pyrus, and Miss Annie cently razed by Mr. H. N. Miller. It is reported here that Miss Branremove to Monticello this week. Mr. spring. Louisville Herald. Wilson, of Milltown, drove to Colum- ham and Mr. Dunbar, who eloped to town during the, past rweekr and he Strange is "a tinner by .profession, a Males for Sale. bia, and were happily married by Eld Jeffersonville, but were taken in bereported their ijo. 2 ;velfthere as havgood workman, and has resided in CoInformation Wanted. Z T. Williams. This is a marriage of fore the marriage ceremony was said, ing come n flowing at a.depth of 200 lumbia a number of years, and has of-- mules all pleased with iva yeirs courtship. Mr. Keltner Is were married feet. They are much county last I nave for sale six head M husband, W. M. Banks, has the outlook there for good results been kept busy here, but after visit- one of Adair's best young teachers, coming this spring. Very , week. ing Monticello he concluded that the and is at present, working on his well .matched and mated for teams. been absent from home eleven months The Keen farm adjoins the Gilbert and during that time I have not farm where the Southern 1011 & Re outlook there was much better for his mother's farm. He was a student in I have 52 acres of land for sale. Prices reasonable. W. B. Page, CaneTalley, Ky. heard from him. The last time any fining Company are getting such good business than Columbia. Mr. Strange the L. W. T. S., for two terms. The A. B. Cox, Columbia. Ky. an excellent lady, and has a wife, word'teceived from him. came from results. bride is one of Mill town's excellent f J5 H. T. Smith, who lives two miles four interesting daughters. We com- young North Carolina. Any one knowing ladles. Both the bride and Ladies Netice. Dr. FranklX Hines, Denver, pres- mend this entire family to the good northwest of Columbia, lost his barnr his whereabouts will please let me groom were -- 22 years old. Their ident and general manager of the people of Monticello. three head of horses, five head of know. many friends wish them, success and Oil & Refining Company Southern ' 1 have new ea display the largest hogs, farming tools and hay by firr Daisy Banks, LOST. A Masonic pin in the town happiness. who, accompanied by Mrs. Hines, has' Sunday night. Origin of the fire unan4 most select Millinery line I' have "Glensfork, Ky. past five weeks,, left of Columbia. Will pay a reward. been here for the "' known. ererhad. This line represents 4. Mr. J. T. Goodman, who has been for Denver Thursday morning; While Return to this office. Rev; LB. Harb will preach at Presarkets: New Yerk, Chicago. Louis-vt- fe la the Ozark Mountains, Missouri, for Mr. Elmo Strange sold his residence H. L. Thompson. byterian church next Sunday, fore- here the doctor spent sometime in the I can some weeks, writes his family every in the Tutt addition last week to Mrs. Nashville. show yoa opera aid noon and evening. If the weather field at Bakerton, where their Shingles for Sale. few days, that his health is improv- - Eliza Shearer, possession to be givek ail the New Cefo? in shapes and conditions are good he will preach at tions are located, and before leaviug Ing rapidly; that he was gaining a 'this week. The consideration is pri traits, Harding Blae, jade African Union Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Columbia he expressed himself as be- I have a lot of shingles for sale; half pound per day, and would prob vate. ing highly pleased with the progress) irtwi, Orchid Parceiian, Coqae de ably come home for a short visit the R. A. Hutchison, Columbia, Ky and results of itheir work in the field, Mr. E. L. Sinclair has removed fca reach, FBdOe, Nek, Beige, catty Notices. of April. and of the general outlook for the fuLasb Tuesday Dolphus Curry and first theresidence, on Burkesville Streets cloth, Mss braid, latevia cloth, ture. Scott were arraigned before If the peach and apple trees do not formerly occupied by Mr. O. P. Willis. All persons having claims against stages in newest straws, Barn-yarAnother cut of twenty cents v per Judge Sinclair, charged with stealing get too frisky. there .will be plenty of Mr. Willis removed to Mrs. Lucy Fe& r, Yisca, Wenchaw, Broom the' estate of the late John N. barrel on Somerset Hunt crude oil, a chickens. Scott turned Slate's Us' residence. this year. will please present the same and he' was released. Curry fruit mcn, aftit Milafls.two Tom Pea-- ? few days since, has brought the price properly verified ab onoe. dovoi .to SI. SO per barrel. Thfefe was held to a wait the actio ef the liMrie mtd MMans, Leg- Command get my prices en baggies Ab infant child of Mr and MrsC A-Lillian Ceoever, dtecon raging to the oil people grasdjury. In Seett's. rtatesseab he aadjs'arm Machinery." B. CetWn, died last Friday night. It. ... T. A. Holladay, Admr. 'a. rather b was ely 5 weeks "eld. f, feoefaUy.Vrttealarly.iaiiw of the Ihb floated aoetbw jeroe. . a That) the last residence occupied in Columbia by Thos. E. Bramle.tte he left for Frankfort after hav-inbeen elected Governor of the State, is the apartment house, on Burkesville street, now owned by Judge Junius Hancock? That Mr. Elza Damron, who ded In Columbia at the age of 89, two jeiri ago, killed- - three deer in the Miller Old Fields at one shot? That Mr. Champ Butler, who, in his life time, lived two and one half miles out of town, raised a number of deer? Atone time there were ten or j twelve grazing, in his meadows. That Mark Twain's parents in olden times lived in a double log house, long since razed, which stood where Mr. B F. Chewning's, residence now g E. T. KEMPER. Mrs.' Fanny Breeding, the . Beloved Richardson & Goff, drilling for the Southern Oil & Refining Company, on the Russ Gilbert farm, Bakerton, report the completion of well No. 5, the latter part of the past week, at a depth of around 350 feet. The location of this well is on very much higher ground than those already drilled there, which accounts for the difference In depth. The new well promises to be as good as any of the group Mr. Geo. H. Palmer, president of the Palmer Oil & Gas Company, has returned from an extended trip to Cleveland and other points in Ohio. He was fortunate in being able while on the trip to secure a lighter string of drilling tools for his rig on the Royse farm, and they are expected to arrive any day. Drilling operations will be resumed just as soon as tools Wife of Mr. J. 5. Breeding Closes Her Eyes in Death." FUNERAL AT THE METHODS CHURCH. The followinglre new paid subscribers and renewals since oiir issue of Iat ' OF THE CONDITION OF Tuesday. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK: Scott Stapleton, Ira Branham", J. W. Burbridge, Marshall Roach, Eula AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE Vaughan, J. W. Blair, Theo Powell, OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE L. C. Skaggs, L. G. Spence, W. B. OF BUSINESS FEB. 21, 1921. G&rnett, H. D. Murray, Mrs. Mary E. RESOURCES. Jones, Miss Tillie Trabue, Mrs. J. M Loans and discounts, including reTraylor, Mrs. Daisy Banks, N. B. Kei-se- y, (except those shown discounts, $197 459 44 inbandc) A. H. Bradshaw, A. E. Feese, Dr. Acceptances of other banks disG.T. Simpson, R. L. Davis, D. E; counted ,...$35 000 00 $232 459 41 Total Loans Sanders, Mrs. W. B. Hovious, H. B. Deposited to secure circulation Birthday Dinner. Robertson, S. B. Conover, Mrs. E. U.S. Bonds (par value).. .$25 000 00 5 24 050 00 Owned and unpledged Shelden, J. A. Parrish, J. A. Vaughn, On last Monday March 7, the chil- Total IT, S. Government securities.... $49 050 00 Mrs. Kate Jackman, V. O. Wheat, S. Securities other than U.S. bonds dren and grandchildren of Mrs. Sallle (not including stocks) owned B. Dunbar, Mrs. Mary. H. Floyd, $10 920 66 Smith gathered at her home, it being unpledged Olin Rosenbaum, W. L. Strange, Mrs. Total Bonde. securities, etc. her 80th anniversary-- . She has only two 10 920 66 Margaret other than U. S Hatcher, T. C. Janes, W. Bi grandchildren, Omer Hutcherson and Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Page, J. E. Johnson, H. J. Henson, J. (50 per cent of subscription) 1 950 00 Wyatt Y. Smith, Omer being present, Value of Banking: house owned D. Weatherford, Jacob Helm, J. H.' 31 000 00 1000 00 and her two brothers, Mr. Josh and and unincumbered Branham, R. L. Burris, H. P. Willis, 5CO00 Jumes Butler. There are only three Furniture and fixtures Lawful reserve with Federal ReB. B. Redmon, Sam Roe, Chas. ,W. 20 193 83 serve Bank of the old Butler family now living. Pollard, E. S. Rice, Mary J. Bault, Cash in vault and net amount due , The day was-vemuch enjoyed by 64 54154 Mont Harmon, J, E. Garnett, Geo. A. from National Banks those present and hope she may live Checks ou other banks In the sa me Young, J. C. Burton, R. I. Arnold, 'city or town as reporting bank to enjoy many more with us. 225 61 W. C. Arnold. other than item 15 Total of items 12. 13, 14. 15. XX 64 707 15 and 16 See the Turtle back in Barnyard Checks on banks located outside of , LOST. Shepherd dog, black with city or town of reporting bank braid. Also the Barnyard sailors with white breast and pet. Notify this of333 37 and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. silk crowns. Yoa will be both surprisfice or Frank Shepherd, Garlin, Ky. - REPOHT ry i well-know- n 1 ." -- r - .to-nig- son-in-la- w s. . 20-2- b e !n,-Russ- ' d, . Con-ove- evl-den- ee 19-3- F.Jtk "- V - 4 i4-- yj -- 3- j- --- rpf!- T. cv X' f ADAIRICOfJHTY NEWS weifhT railroad, he will throwrlL-thof his truly capable miad, hi wealth and bis rutblessneas agalast you aad you will he smashed. Ton have one advantage starting out The Colonel 'doesn't think yea have 4he cesrage to parallel his road In the first place; In the second place, he knows you haven't the money; and In the third place he is morally.m certain you cannot borrow It, because you haven't any collateral to secure your note. So, all "things considered the. Colonel "Will be slow to suspect us ofjiavlng an ace in Ihe we have It, and hole; but we're going. to play It You rsfr engage some reliable engineer to look .over the proposed route of the road and give us an estimate of the cost of construction." "For the1 sake of argument we will consider that doneL and that the estimate comes within the scope of the sum Gregory Is willing to advance us," "Now, then, you are going to Incorporate a company to build a road twelve miles long and. a private road, at that That would be a fatal step. Pennington would know somebody was going to build a logging road, and regardless of who the builders were, he would have, to fight them in self How are you going your trail, my son?" Bryce pondered. "I will, to begin, have a dummy board of directors. Also, my road canno be private;, since we must be a common carrier, we might as well carry our deceptior still further and Incorporate for the purpose of building; a road from Sequoia to Grant's Pass, Ore., there to connect with the Southern Pacific." "The old John Cardigan smiled. dream revived, eh? "Well, the old jokes always bring a hearty laugh. People will laugh at your company because folks up this way realize thai thie construction cost of such a roat1 Is prohibitive." "Weil, since we're not going to build more than twelve miles of out road during the next year, and probably not more than tenmlles additlopal dfurlng the present century we wont worry over It It doesn't cost & ceht more a franchise to build a road from here to the m8wT. If we fall to build to Grant's Pass, our franchise to build the uncompleted portion of the road merely lapses and we hold only that portion which we have constructed. That's all we want to hold. Moreover, deeds to fights of way can be. drawn with a after which thejr rfivert to the original owners." "Good strategy, my son! And Certainly as a common carrier we Will be welcomed by the farmers ahd cattlemen along our short line." "Well, that about completes the rough outline bfcv.ohr plan. We have a year in which to build our road; if we do not hurry, the mill will have to shut down for 'lack of logs, when our contract With Pennington expires." "You forget the manager for our new corporation the vice president and general manager. He must be a man of real ability and a person you can trust implicitly." "I have the very man. His name is Buck Ocilvy and only this very day I "received a letter from him begging me for n small Joan. I have Buck on Ice s in a San Francisco hotel." "Tell me about him, Bryce." "I'll read you his letter. I claim there Is more character in a letter than e -by-jink- A. yer to draw up the agreement" between MwnnnaHHHn-MMDBnpanapapnMyou; be sure your're right, and then go ahead full speed. When you return to Sequoia, Til have a few more points to give you. m mull them, over In the. meantime." M Colds 6c Headache Black-DraugQ: OF THE n s "For year? we have used ht in our family, and I have never idund any medicine that could take its When Bryce Cardigan walked down D place," writes Mr.' . Stacy, of .Brad yville, Tenn. Mr. Sta-the gangplank at the steamship dock ty,who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black- In San Francisco, the first face he saw Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- among the waiting, crowd was Buck hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- Ogllivy's. Ogilvy thrust forth a great 5J -speckled paw for Bryce to shake. Jj vent them frorrr developing into serious troubles. CHAPTER-XI. 3 B H.-A- n JSUmOR OF "CA&PY PETER B.KYHB COPVFSieHT, BT SYNOPSIS. oneer PETER B.KYNE CM J3TOS3'x i Bryce Ignored it "Why, don't you rememljer me?" Ogillvy demanded. 'Tm Buck Ogillvy." Bryce .looked him fairly In the eye and favored him with a lightning wink. "I have never heard of you, 'Mr Ogilvy, THEDFORD'S D BLACK -- DRAUGHT "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for Black-DraugIt has saved us many dollars I don't see how any family can hardly go with- out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep in the house. I recommend Black-Draug- ht highly and am never without it." At all druggists. 0 n n. j B B E ... ht. CHAPTER In the California xedwood region, John Cardigan; at forty-eveIs the leading citizen of Sequoia, owner of mills, ships, and many acres of timber, a widower after three years of jaarried life, and father of Bryce Cardigan. n. two-day-o- ld rotection. to-co- ver n j the acquaintance of Shirley Sumner,makes a visitor to Sequoia, and his Junior by a few TBars. Together they visit the Valley of tse Giants, sacred to John Cardigan and bib son as the burial place, of .Bryce's aether, and part with mutual regret CHAPTER IIL While Bryce Is at college John Cardigan meets with heavy fcuslness losses and for the first time views the future with uncertainty. CHAPTER IV. After graduation from college, and a trip abroad, Bryce Cardigan comes home. On the train he meets Shirley Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to make her home there with her uncle, CoL Pennington. Bryce learns that his lather's eyesight has failed and that Col. Pennington Is seeking to take advantage of i the old man's business misfortunes. CHAPTER V.- -In the Valley of the "Giants young Cardigan finds a tree felled vfitoectly across his mother's grave. Indications are that It was cut down to secure the burl, andjavltenca seems to show that .P ennlngton and his woods-bosJules Hondeau, are Implicated In the outrage. ( s, CHAPTER IL At fourteen Bryce Accept No Imitations 1.81 aOflflflHBBBBBBflXBBBBBHBBBnHBa 2ilftHSiaitilHtJrt i?W? STORE -- OUR 0r & NEW e?6 -- w i Have Never Heard of You, Mr. Ogilvy." jjj. 'LleJi filngton and his niece, Bryce finds the room paneled with redwood burl, conflrm- lag his suspicions of Pennington's guilt a diplomatic way, unperceived by Shu the two" men declare war. CHAPTER VlL Pennington refuses to renew his logging contract with the Cardigans, believing his action means bankruptcy for the latter. Bryce forces Rondeau to confess he felled the tree In the Valley of the Glints, at Pennington's order. After punishing the man. Bryee burls him at Col. Pennington, who, with .Shirley, had witnessed the fight Penning ,. ton is humiliated, and the girl, indignant J orders Bryce to leave her and forget their friendship. He leaves, but refuses to ae cept dismissal. m. CHAPTER to'SequoIa. uncle, the train on which Shirley, heraway and Bryce are traveling, breaks from the locomotive, and Bfyce, who could have cuts out escaped, at the risk of his life the caboose and saves them from certain death, being painfully injured In doing sc VHI.-Retufnln- ""CHAPTER Vi.Dining with. Col. Pwt- - ! fhtilld Be Placed in Charge of a Keeper." ;.,t she Now, for heaven's' sake, Shirley, don't discuss that tim- -' ber With me, for if you do, I'll go plain, lunatic crazy." chafe of a keeper. "Poor time-limi- t, Uncle Seth." purred sweetly. Her apparent sympathy soothed Ids rasped soul. He contin- ued: "Oh, I'll get the Infernal property, and It will be worth what I have to pay for" it only it certainly does gravel me to realize that I am about to be Viol,1 nn iviHt riK hdn Iti Till see Judge Moore tomorrow and offer tilm a quick profit for his client. That's the game, you know." "I do hefib the "hew owner exhibits some common sense, uncle dear," she replied, and turned back to the piano. "But I greatly fear," she added to her self, "that the new owner is going to prove a most obstinate creature and frightfully hard to discover." True to his promise, the Colonel called on Judge Moore bright and "Act early the following morning. Three of that little business drama entitled 'The Valley of the Giants,' my dear judge," he announced pleasantly. "I play the lead in this' act, "You remember me, I hope. I played -- . a bit in Act Two.' .. Tiin so fnr'aTjSy information goes, sir, you've been cut 'out of the cast in Act Three, I don't seem to find ati& lines for you to speak." One line, judge; one little line, What profit does your client want on eflo-Vit- CHAPTER DC Molra McTavish, childhood friend of Bryce and employed in his office, makes Shirley's acquaintance and the two become friends. Needing money badly. John Cardigan offers to sell Pennington the Valley of the Giants, but the Colonel, confident the property must soon 'be his through the bankruptcy of his enemies, contemptuously refuses. Unknown to her uncle. Shirley buys the Valley and the Cardigans have a new lease of business life." They Interest capital and decide on a scheme to parallel Pennington's logging railroad. Ogilvy, railCHAPTER. road contractor and Bryce's college friend. Is decided on by the Cardigans as the man to figure as the builder of the railroad. Bryce goes to San Francisco to meet him. pro-.pos-- ' mine." Bryce nodded and passed on, hailed a tttJdcab, and was driven to the San Tancisco office of his company, Five minutes later the door opened and Buck Ogilvy entered. "I was a bit puzzled at the dock, Bryce," he explained as they shook hands, "but decided to play safe and then follow you to your office. What's up? Have you killed somebody, and are the" detectives on your trail? If so, 'fess up and I'll assume the responsibility for your crime, just to show you how grateful I am for that hundred." "No I wasn't being shadowed, Buck, but my principal enemy was coming down the gangplank right behind me, and " "So was my principal enemy," Ogilvy Interrupted. "What does our enemy -- You are mistaking me for some one else." "Sorry," Tgtty murmured. "My mistake. Thought you were Bill Ker-ricwho Used to be a partner of 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see bur many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly unproved can serve you better-tha- n k, facilities, we never in your needjfor WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & tiubbiich Bros. Wcllendorff INCORPORATED ForMore Than 40 Years on Market Sheet ed ' When Molra returned to the office' Lumber "company, Shirley rang for her maid.j "Bring hie lay motorcoat and hat,j Phelma," she ordered, "and telephone for the limousine." Sue seated her-- ! self before the mirror at her dressing- Mable and dusted her adornble hose with, a liowaepuf "Mr. Smarty, Cardigan," she murmured happily, of the .Cardigan Redwood -- : you? Placed me under an obligation I could never hope to meet and then ignored me didn't you? " Very well, old boy. We all have our, Innings sooner or later, you know, and1 . rm" going to make a substantial pay-- j "Ibient on that huge obligation as sure as my name is Shirley Sumner. Then, some day when tlte sun is shining for j Tou again, you'll come lb me and be, .very, very humble. You're entirely ton lnflenendent Mr. Cardigan, but oh, my dear, I do hope you will not need so much moneys I'll be put to my wit's end. to get it to you without letting you know, because if your affairs, go to smash, --you'll be perfectly , Intolerable." She paused suddenly. "No, Til not do that, either," she soliloquized. 'Tit keep itmyself for an investment I'll .show Uncle Seth I'm a business woman, 'after all. He has had his fair chance at the Yalley of the Giants, after waiting years for It, and now he - hasdeliberately sacrificed that .chance to be mean and vindictive. Til buy the valley but keep my identity secret from everybody; then, when Uncle Setli finds a stranger in possession, he'll have a fit, and perhaps, before he recovers, he'll sell me all his Squaw creek timber only he'll never know Tm the buyer. Shirley, my dear, rm pleased with you. Really, I never! knew until now why men could be soj devoted to business. Won't it be jolly j to step in between- Uncle Seth and iBryce Cardigan, hold up my hand like a policeman, and say: 'Stop It, boys. No fighting. If you please. And if vianybody wants to know who's boss here, .start something.,-"When her uncle came home that "knight, Shirley observed that he was and disinclined to --- lrlde, didn't that 1 quarter-section?- " Is not la the "That quarter-sectio- n market, Colonel. When it is, I'll send for you, since you're the Only Voglcal prospect should my client decWe to sell. And remembering how you butted in oh politics in this county last fall and provided a slush fund to beat me and place n crook 'on .tie 3uperlo? court bench, fa order to give Vo'li an edge lij the many suits yoti "'are always filing or having fifed against you, I rise to remark that you have about ten split seconds In which to disappear from my .office. If you linger throwing paperlonger, I'll start weights" And as If 0 emphasize his remartc, the judge's band closed over one Ml the articles In question The Colonel withdrew with what dignity he could muster. Upon his return from the office that night, Bryce Cardigan found his father had left his bed and was seated before the library fire. "Feeling a "whole lot better today, eh, pal?" his son queried. John Cardigan smiled. "Yes., son," he replied plaintively. "I guess Til manage to live till next spring." "Oh, I knew there was nothing wrong with you, John Cardigan, that a healthy check wouldn't cure. "Well, we can afford to draw our breath now, and that gives us a- fighting chance, partner. And right after dinner you and I will sit down and start brewing a pot pt powerful bad medicine for - jut -- - -- - theColoneL'.' " -- " -- -- In this evening's paper," I she remarked presently, "that .Mr. Cardigan has sold .his Valley of the plants.-- So yoa bought it,, after allT' ""'IN-sucluckl" he almost barked. ' an 'Idiot. I afeould be placed In h T tled between them, the while they puffed meditatively upon their cigars. Then the old men spoke. "We'll have to fight him, in the dark." "Why?" !"Becanse If Pennington, knows, or eves sapects.tbe identity of who Is going to paralld Wsr loggteg - ther and son sat down together to prepare the plan of campaign. For the space of several minutes a silence set- Accordingly, dinner disposed of, fa- the-aw- look like?" - "Like ready money. And if he had seen me shaking hands with you, he'd have suspected a connection between Us later on. Buck, you have a good job about five hundred a month." In a face."' -- "Thanks, old man. I'd work for youJ Here Bryce read aloud I for nothing. What are we going to "Golden' Gate Hotel tlBoms Fifty do?" " ,,f"' Cents hhu Up. "Build twelve miles of logging rail"San FrahcisCO, Ca'1.. Aug. 16. 1016. road and 'parallel the line of the old "My dear Cardigan.: Hark to the wolf I .spoke of a moment ago." voice. Of One crying in the wilderness.; "Good news We'll do it How soon then picture to yourself the unlovely do you want It done?" spectacle of a' strong man crying. -- 2A.S..soott as possible. You're the "Let us assume that you have" duly vice presldeht and general manager."- -' considered. Now wind uo your wrist "1 accept the nomination. What-d- o ahd send me a rectanguiar piece of. I do first?" " bearwhile, blue, green or pink-pap"Listen carefully to my story, anacorner, "in" lyze my plan for possible weak spots, ing in the lower 'right-han- d your clear, bttVd chirography, the magic and then get busy because -- after 1 words 'Bry'ce Cardigan' with the lit- have proylded thefunds ahd, given th?-- ; hook and flourish word 'Gdl' the rest is Up to you. tle which Identifies "your signature given must not be known Jn the transaction Jn Vour serious moodsnnd lends valuf at all, because that would be fatal." Vo otherwise woruiless paper. Three hours later Ogilvy was In poswas a session of the most minute details of "When you knew me last, prosperous young contractor. Alas! I the situation In Sequoia, had tabuall my eggs in one basket and pro-- , lated, indexed and them duced an omeletteT Took a contract in his Ingenious brain and was ready to build a railroad in Honduras. Honfor business and so. announced himduras got to fighting self. k Always an .enthusiast In all the government I had done business things, in1ils .mlndfs eye Mr. Ogilvy with went out of business; and the could already see a long trainload ol Nlcaraguan army recruited all my la- logs coming down the Northern Caliborers and mounted them on my mules fornia & Oregon railroad, as he and and horses, swiped all my grub, and Bryce had decided to chrlsteir'the, ven told me to go home.- I went Why ture. stay? Moreover, I had an Incentive When Bryce Cardigan returned consisting of about an inch of bayonet his labors, In so far as the fortunately not applied In a vital building of the road were concerned, spot which accelerated rather than had been completed. His agreement decreased my speed; with Gregory of the Trinidad Redwood "Hurry, my dear Cardigan. I fin- Timber company. had been signed, ished eating my overcoat the day be- sealed and delivered; the money to fore yesterday. build the road had been deposited In "Make It a hundred, and God. will bank; and Buck Ogilvy was already bless you. When I get it, ril come to spending It like a drunken sailor. Sequoia and kiss you. Til pay you From now on, Bryce could only watch, back some time of course. wait and pray. "Wistfully thine, On the next steamer a surveying "BUCK OGILVY. party with complete camping equip. "P. S. Delays are dangerous, and ment arrived In Sequoia, purchased a procrastination Is the thief of time. wagon and two horses, plied their dun B." nage Into the wagon, and disappeared Hard on their heels came John Cardigan chuckled. 'Td take Buck Ogilvy, Bryce. He'll' ao. Is he Mr.. Buck Ogilvy, and occupied the bridal suite in the Hotel Sequoia, arrhonest?" ' was, the last angements for which had previously He . 1 don't know. ben made by wire. In the sitting room time I saw him." Ogilvy InstaUed- a new "Then wire him a hundred. Don't of the suite Mr. desk, a filing cabinet and a brisk wait for the "mall." young male secretary. "I have already wired him the hunHe had been In town less than an dred. In all probability he is now out hour when the editor of the Sequela whirling like a dervish." sent up his card. The an"Good boy I Well, I think we've Sentinel incorporation --of planned sufficient, for the present, nouncement of the (forgo had Mr. Outrage' Bryce. . Yoa'd better leave for "Saa the California In - huge enjoyment . of the - tomorrow, aad dose yemr OgUyj, TrgHClsce was about tojereate,. dabbed dejrt twits' Grger. Hire a good law misery he' fifth-clas1 One of the BestStores of Louisville, QiOXQHO 0 Ky- - -- er . 1 1 cross-Indexe- d with-Nicaragu- a;. the road) had previously been flashed TTrflT to the Sentinel by the United Press story, association, as a local feature and already speculation was rife in HENRY W. Sequoia as to the Identity of the harebrained individuals who dared to back DENTIST an enterprise as nebulous as the Mr. Ogilvy was expecting the visitIn fact, Impatiently awaiting It; and since the easiest thing tie did Am permanently located in was to speak "for publication, naturalColumbia. ly the editor of the Sentinel got a story which, to that individual's simAH Clashes of Dental Work Done. n ple soul, seemed to warrant a head which it received. In Crowning and Inlay Work a glowing terms he spoke of the billions to be haul Specialty. of tons of ed out of this wonderfully fertile and n country, and confidently All Work Guaranteed predicted for the county a future comOffice: next door to post office. mercial, supremacy that would be simply staggering to contemplate. "When Colonel Seth Pennington read this outburst he stnilecL "That's a bright scheme on the part of that Trinidad Redwood Timber comrany GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. gang to start a railroad excitement and OUR WORK IS unload, their white elephant," he de-- DEPP, mil-leniu- seven-colum- timber-produc- ts little-know- UP-TO-DA- TE . clared. When Bryce Cardigan read it, he laughed. The interview was so like Buck Ogilvy I In the morning the automobile was brought up from steamship dock, and accompanied the by his secretary, Mr. Ogilvy disappear- -' ed Into the north'fbllowing the bright new stakes of his surveying gang, and for three weeks was seen no more. On a day when Bryce's mind happened to be occupied with thoughts of Shirley Sumner, he bumped Into her on the main street of Sequoia, and to lat-ter- 's Japan still insists on the absolute control of the island of Yap. Lily McCarty, Kentucky Regent for the D. A. R , died in Louisville. Mrs- y. - her great relief but profound surprise, he paused in his tracks, lifted. his hat, The Houseand the Senate smiled, and opened his mouth to say something thoughtbetter of It, agreed on $175,000,000 .expendichanged his mind, and continued on disabled soldiers. ibout his business. As Shirley pass- ture for ed him, she looked him squarely In the of passport swindA big-arra- y face, and In her glance there was neither coldness nor malice. lers are sending many dangerous Bryce felt himself afire from heels to hair one Instant, and cold and clam- aliens to the Unit&d States. my the next, for Shirley spoke to him. - The Naval Appropriation bill may not reach a vote before Congress adjourns. 4 i 4 -- He paused, turned, and approached her. "Good morning, Shirley," he replied. 'How have you been?" T might have been . dead, for all the interest you took In me," she re-pli- "Good morning, Mr. Cardigan.4' Six Irish have been executed in barracks at Cork and a similar fate awaits thoge in Dublin. Tha-.drop A rj sharplyT. "As CeetaBHed matters stand,-r- m - oa Page 6. in farm price is responsible for a loisf five billions - to tbisricataral interests. ed 1 M- 5.S; - VSr J '. : -- L Vi f r-- v ' fe-t 'N 5- WS- - - t"7- - SCHOOL DAYS f VR . MMW99M 9 W BIG izZji "$? .- STOCK vr;v " OF " CLOTHING ;:" : 9 9 I . w?-fn ft e - still TO, I eel aj Stet ga! T Uj1' IHfelJ . g 'i Mf I 1 vliV 0 S& j iL jlfeI - Hrf - . ' ani ready to supply young fgeh, old men and boys :Uii with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving-ne- w t o V. I can interestyou .in prices. If you need any .7 ;, i. v-i6- '. 'f? '"C. '" f&&?B8& . ".J ' . thing in this line,call at once. .r " -- Z Si Ji?rZ: SHOES! VKV -- .... a L-- t SHOES!! 1 aiiiitiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuuiiiwiiiiifiiiinuiiu!: iE - ; Something to Think About THE JOB AND THE MAN ByF. A. Walker ALL history, sacred and profane, Is no more Interesting figure tha'n that of King Solomon. Wise beyond the other rulers of his time, his reputation stretches over from the days of the Old Testament Into the records inscribed by thCwrlters of the 1 THE GIRL PN THE JOB E How to Succeed How to Get "S E Ahead How to Make Good E iny stock" of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. - bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. '. 1 simiiumiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; ly JESSIE ROBERTS I I Jcaji also accommodate ladies and young - .Vf .. "r . -- . ,." . "! . Lr. "irsTu. -- girls with the latest styles in shoes. IK EMPHASIS ON HEALTH - ,X . ..: ; &-- . Christian era and he stands as the type of magnificence and wisdom. You will find much to Interest you In reading the story of Bethsheba, the mother of Solomon. Many a modern "best seller" has filled in that ancient story with modern characters. You -will be Interested In how Solomon came to be king and what he did after his rule began. You will be Interested In the fact that although he was a wise man he had his weaknesses and - died at the age of sixty from a worn-o-ut body. The most Interesting event In Solomon's life Is recorded In I Kings, third chapter, beginning with the fifth 'verse. Somewhat condensed it reads as follows: ... In Gibeon the Ixrd. appeared to Solomon and God 6ald,aak what I shall give thee. And Solomon said Thou hast made Thy "Servant king-- Instead of David my father, and I am but a little child. I "know not how to go out or come In. . . . Give therefore Thy servant an oinder-Tgtsndlheart to judge Thy people, that I may discern between good nd bad, for who Is able to judge this Thy so great a people? . . . And God said unto him, because thou hast .... ng asked this thing, and hast not asked for thyself, long life, neither hast asked riches for thyself, nor hast asked the life of Behold I have done thine enemies; according to thy words; lo, I have given thee a wise and understanding heart . . . and Z iave also given thee that 'which thou hast not asked, both riches, be any md honor, so tbat'there ehall-no- t like unto thee. ... ... YOUR economic success is largely a of good health; this fact is being recognized today as It never was before. No one can do good work and be out of sorts. Any serious or prolonged Illness Is a drain on your earning power and an increase In your expense account. "Keep Well" is a slogan you might just as well adopt at once, and then live up to. For very largely It Is in your own hands whether or not you shall be in good health. No woman should work at a Job that is hurting her. No question of high salary will pay her for such recklessness. There are jobs a man can do with no harm, but not a woman. Let her leave such work alone. There are rules of hygiene, as excellent as they are simple, which It Is up to you to know and understand. You must be properly fed, properly rested, kept clean and unclogged. Don't fill yourself with patent medicines. If you are 111 see the best doctor you can get and do whaf he tells you. If you have any reason to Sear that you are. not In good condition, go to a reputable man or to a hospital for a complete physical examination. Don't put tills off because you are busy or fear the expense. Put your emphasis on health. Don't fool with a good constitution simply because you are blessed with one. If your work Is trying, treat yourself during your rest time with consideration, give the machine a chance to recuperate, or change your Job. (Copyright) -- -- " -- PA" fc -- 'TS- -- f -- ,: r'" v B'" BUGGIES AND WAGONS. I i. Rid- have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds . . at living prices. t i 'v - at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. i . It,matters not what you need on the farm,--1 can please you in the article and price. , - - r ' v i i - v: -- - WaODS ON LEWIS QREENSBUBG, KENTUCKY. a teaspo'onful of salt has beenadded. When the water is absorbed add one lf one-quart- er y ' -- us Is that we lack an understanding "heart. Parents do not have an understanding heart In the consideration of BY DOUGLAS MALLOCH their children and children lack It re-gardlng their parents. i If our public officials could have an MARCH. understanding heart when they consider the problems of the people how much more wisely they would govern. IN what a travail Is our Springtime born ! If the heads of nations could have 'Mid leaden skies and garmenture understanding- hearts how completely of gloom. the faculty would take the places of Wild waves of cloud the drifting bloodshed and armies and battlefields, stars consume. destruction. In . the Solution of the t And shlpless seas of heaven greet the world's problems.. morn. "We should all cultivate a viewpoint f The forest trees stand sad and ten? outside ourselves. pest-torSelfishness, envy and covetousness Memorials of Summer's ended are responsible for more evil than all .r bloom; the other human characteristics. For unto March, the sister most for-- " The golden rule has in all ages been lorn, Confucius the basis of religion. No roses come her pathway .to wrote It down before the Christian era ' illume. 4 4 "began. Mahommed made i: a part of Yet 'tis'the month the Winter northhis creed, and as far "back as there Is ward flies a. trace of any code for human con With one iast trumpeting of savage duct VDo unto others as you would be j i might ' done by" has been a foundation stone. Now'stlrs the earth of green that un' It Is the understanding heart that j Tills derlies earth enwrapped In garb-- of other basis" for that feciproc-- 1 establishes the white. .. Ity of action. It Is the understanding And while poor March, grown weary, heart that tells us when' we have put droops and dies our neighbor" on an equality with ourThe little Springtime opens wide its selves and made due allowance for eyes. whatever difference there may be In (Copyright.) ivealth, In position, in intelligence and o In opportunity; We pray fora good many things we THE CHEERFUL CHERUB do not need. We seek for what we think would be blessings,, not knowing that we are better off without them. sja.t down once Sow few of us have and how many write, a. Vft.fse. fewer of us seek to have, that broad A view of life, that generous attitude of c&.me i:oo mind, that charity of vision and liberality pf thought which constitute the lrfrtle. soul thing which Solomon asked above all things and which choice received other so thorough commendation. It Is a short prayer, easily learned A lt.'kJ' windbswt.p'fc lay and quickly said: 'Give me, O Lord, an understanding heart." --' (Ce$rrlht.) The greaT trouble with the most of ltiWWWWWW - THE WOODS cupful of boiling water, to which" half, -- frrt4n, J . -- -- cupful 'of milk and one-hacupful of raisins, of a cupful of The longer on this earth we live sugar, and cook until the rice Is tender, And welsh the various qualities of men. The more we. feel the high. adding more milk if "needed. Fold In beauty the beaten white of an egg and turn Of plain, devotedness to duty. Steadfast and still, nor paid with mortal Into a mold. Serve cold with a sauce " praise, made from one pint' of milk, one But finding amplest recompense d of cornstarch, of a For life's ungarlanded expense cupful of sugar, half a teaspoonful of In work done squarely and unwasted salt and the beaten yolk of an egg; days. cook the cornstarch, in the milk 15 minJames Russell Lowell. utes before addjng the egg yolk. Use GOOD THINGS FOR ALL THE the sauce when cold. Garnish with a FAMILY. few raisins cooked until plump In boiling .water. Flavor with vanilla. of the first essential to a' --A chocolate sauce is liked by some ONE meal Is good bread of some for a. rice pudding and may be served kind. The following recipe wllL be either, hot or cold. found all right: White Oatmeal Bread. , Pour two cupfuls of- scalded milk 1921, Western Newspaper TJnlon.)- oyer one cupful of rolled pats. Milk O and water may be used If all milk Is not economy; add a teaspoonful of salt, a tablespoonful. of shortening d and "when lukewarm add or more of a compressed yeast cake, softened with half a cupful of water. Add wheat flour to make a dough to knead and knead from five to ten minutes. Return to the mixing bowl, cover and let rise until double Its bulk. d Shape for loaf bread panst When light, bake one hour." "JThls recipe requires about five cupfuls of" stern-featureTT' tea-spoon- Colun-bi- a Barber Shop SJ- - iHC 3c one-thir- A MORAK" 6c LO"WH Sanitary Shop, when, both SatIsfactionnd Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. 11 . -- ' i THE MILE. - . (, one-thir- Roman unit of long measure 1,000 paces, called a "mill!," Latin for 1,000. The distance' was, of course, only approximate, but the word, shortened to. "mile,.' persisted, and all the modern units are derived from It. One minute of Earth's equator was chosen as the geographical mile. There are. 10 recognized standard mjles, varying from 1 to 6.64 times our statute mile of 5,286. feet, which was defined Jn Queen Elizabeth's time. THE S Used 40 Years sy (Copyright-- ) CAR D Ul S The two-poun- o flour. w ; ATJNE By-- 0' Woman's CHEER TnIc r. e S I to -- strong ror me fly went poetry. feeling -- T esnnlbal trffies who make a practice of eating their Ue4r CRorateri. slala'-frieads, In North JLaetrall tbere are certala 0 tat set V nL MV over night When ready to bake add-th- e grated rind of a lemon, one and one-hatablespoonfuls of lemon juice, d of a cupful of finely chopped d blanched almonds, of atea: TheAllied armies and Navies spoonful e soda dissolved In one ta bleepoonful of water; Beat all tb; are prepairin for a., stroke at gether thoroughly. Bake in Germans to force an acceptance!! roosd cap cake pans for 30 minutes. indemnitiy lf one-thirone-thir. Lemon Honey Cakes. Heat .one cupful of honey to the boiling point; M& two and one-hatablespoonfuls of shortening and let cqoL When cold stir in oqe and cupfuls of flour and set aside lf one-thi- rd The Professor: The Vestal gins kept their altar flre burning stantly. The Sophomore: That's nothing. They had a lot of 'em on the Job. Last winter I kept eight furn&ce fires goln' all by myself and not on f 'em went out on me. Vircon- HAD NOTHING ON HIM John Kendrick Bangs. Sold Everywherfl AS TO THE GALLERYr I play unto the gallery, For in those places up on high "Where I care not if they fly. find .say of me wealth and fashion seldom ' 4 y of the war Molded Cqek oae-ha- lf RicVu3d(nJ. cupful of rice in one With solid mind and nimble wits, Who hath a soul as full of glow As any sitting- down below. While 'mongst the more exclusive oft I've feuad a head that's mighty soft, With Hht far. Ms tooattn: flt Bxe$t the eaah te pay for it. . I that-ma- ny a fellow sits L. H. OSee r i'iT:-tewn Vetwisary Swrget Jones and BMfel s of a Special attention lven Diseeee 1 mile of cona.-:i- r DomeetJp Animals rod. c Subscribe for The News. CoiumMi, Ky v i'l t UilBW ' ' r flHHBHiHniBBHr "Ji - "saHaprfTr "r THE. ADAIR-COUNTY .r NEWS fldair hour, Woodrow Wilson's labors in Tennessee, Debois, that he as President of the United States would venture the assertion that 31 '" -came to a-- close. For eijrht years there were four hundred stills fit Cokm6iii Kentucky. he was, the Chief, Executive of running within five miles of the EoiTOS is J ErMURRELL, this nation, and four years of county seat. The court-hous- e MGH tf?S. DAISY HAMLETT. that time were unusually scormy. in the middle of the square, he said, and the liquor is hauled upHe was the Commander-in-Chie- f to & Interest DeaesMcBcwi9pdTotd during a most bloody, expensive on the square and peddled the - theCttycf ColHmfeUMd the pcepl of Adair World war, and during the four same as farmers dispose of their tad djeislagccmntl!. years it was waged, his chief de- watermelons, We have not a as second Catered at the Columba' sire was for peace, a lasting map at hand, but if their is such, sa&n matter.. peace. Germany finally went a county in Tennessee as Debois, down and the armistice .was the revenue officers might find WEDN. MCH. 9. 1921. signed. No 'mari ever went something to do. through as many trying months Hon. Champ Clark, of MissouSubscription Pricel st landed Postal Zone 31.50 per yer. and anxiety for his country as ri, died in his apartments, All Zones beyond 2ndD$iOO perlyear He went A Subscription duo and Payablelin Advance did Woodrow Wilson. Washington, D. C, last Wednesto Europe and with representa day at 2:10 in the afternoon. He tives ot other allied nations a had served in the douse for Announcements. peace treaty was edited and twenty-si- x years, and his death signed; but when President WilFor Sheriff. came two days before the last are authorized to announce that son came home with the docu- term he was serving had expired. We Tf. B. Patteson is aftcandidate for ment a partisan Senate refused He was Speaker of the House Sheriff of Adair county.l subject to to ratify his his action. This in- eight years. He was a promithe action of the Kepublican party, deed was humilating turning expressed at the August primary. nent candidate for the Presidendown his efforts to bring a last cy in the Democratic Convention For County Judge ing peace,,we might say to the held at Baltimore when Mr. WilWe are authorized to announce Gee. entire world. Broken in health, son, was nominated for his first T. Herriford a candidate for Judge of the Adair County JCourt, subject to and mortified beyond expression, term He was a man of wonderthe action of the Republican primary he took his bed and --for weeks ful ability, and his death is a to be help the first Saturday in Au- his life was in the balance, millgust. great lpsb to Missouri, the naions of people praying for his re tion and the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce that covery. A man of the strongest He was 71 years old, a native of Walter S. Sinclair is atfeandidate for to the office of County character, he looked death in Kentucky, born in Anderson Judge of Adair county,;subject to the satisfied that he had county. action of the Republican primary to be held the firstlSaturday in August. done what he could for suffering humanity. His appeals and the " Harding was For Sheriff. petitions of his friends to his In simplicity Mr. inaugurated president of the Maker in all probability saved After talking with many friends, I United States last Friday. We have decided to become a Candidate his life. Whatever the enemies for Sheriff of Adair County, subject of Woodrow Wilson may say of hope and trust that his term of to the action of the Republican party office will give satisfaction to the at the primary election to be held on his acts,' he will go down in his- business interest of the country; August 6th, 1921. If elected I prom-i- s tory as one of America's greatest may be an economical ad faithful service inlthe performance men, one that will not be forgot- that it my duties, I shall feel deeply of ministration, and that a peace grateful to all who may see proper to ten, and wjiose deeds for his give me their support and influence. country's sake will be read and treaty may; be speedily agreed Very Truly Yours, upom There will be no peace ud-t- il praised by alJ thinking men for George Cpffey. a treaty is signed, and no generations to come. v man knows this any better than T.OB COUXTV COURT CLERK. Hon. Ralph Gilbert took his President Harding. We certainannounce Mr. seat last Friday at noon as Con- ly hope that his term of office We are authorized to Bingham Moore a candidate'for Coungressman from the Eighth - dis- will not be fraught with as ty Court Clerk of Adair County, to the action of the Republican trict. Mr. Gilbert is a hard much trouble as the outgoing party, as expressed at the primary, worker, full of energy, and there President had to contend with first Saturday in August. is not a doubt but he will make during the last four years of his ATTORNEY administration. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S a splendid Representative. Pat)Uftk4IO& Wednesdays. Post-offic- Coaivty Nevis List Friday at about the noon said that there was one county m I Attention Farmers! Jpjfey - e -- The Season has Arrived for you to Purchase your Machinery, Plows, Etc. Also Seed. We have Everything You Need, and can furnish you at the Lowest Figures, -- "V" gstr Buggies and Wagons We : re-electi- the-iac- e, are also Supplied with Handsome Buggies, the very Best Make. If you need a Good Farm Wagon, we would "like to Furnish You. -- Davis Hardware Co. ftmnmsmiKm mmmmmmmmmmmm -- sub-ecf- c Judge C. A. Hardin, Harrods-burBaby Chicks was selected last week by White Rocks Barred Rocks Rhode Island Reds White Leghorns , to the office of Commonwealth's At- the two State Committees to lead From flocks. At torney in this the 29th Judicial dis- the Democrats of the State in the reasonable prices, with safe arrival guaranteed and aU trict', subject to the action of the Recharges prepaid to your door. publican primary Free circular sent on leanest. held the first fight for the Represenatives of Saturday in August, IQ21. , the lower House and for the KY.'rIATCHERY, B2K8fi& : s State Senate. Campbell Cantrill FOR .JAILER wanted the Job, but the commit-tee- s Sprigg, West Va. wanted Hardin. (We are authorized to announce g, high-layin- 'We are authorized to announce that A. A Huddleston, of Cumberland County, is a candidate for ' Mr! Edison's Wonderful g -- 1 I to-b- e New Phonograph c. , The allies are after Germany the Republican primary, to be held in with a hot stick, and it begins August to look, that if they continue to FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK refuse to pay, there is going to he something doing. Gen. Foch We are authorized to announce M is ready and his men are anxious. G. Winfrey a candidate for to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of There is no let up in whisky the Republican primary to be held stealing from the governments the first Saturday in August, 1921 barrels were stolen 1ATJN0UNCEMENT OF S. C. NEAT FOR Fourteen last Tuesday night from the Company, Walker Distillery After having talked with my friends from all purts of the County, and Bardstown. It was valued at having received letters from different $22,400. The particulars of the parts of the County from both the robbery Jiave not been given out aged and' the young, pledging me their support for I have decided by the Collector,-"-' nor ws it to become a candidate for re election stated from his office that there to the office of County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Republi- was a clew to the thieves. The can Primary to be heldon August 6th continuous robbing of govern 1921. ment warehouses is beginning to Very Respt., stink, and we look for an exploS. C. IJTeat. ' sion at any time, It is believed FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. that Collector Hamilton is doing his duty, but with all his cauWe are authorized to announce Junius Hancock a candidate for County tiousness, the slick gentrys are .Attorney of Adair County, subject to doing effective work in their the action of the Republican party, to line. be expressed at the August primary to -- rank Woiford Miller, of the Eunice precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of $ent On Trial APPLICATION FOR FREE TRIAL. ' Mr.' J. E. Murrell, Editor, -- f The Adair County News, DEAR SIR: Columbia, Kyi I should like tojiear a NEW EDISON DIAMOND AMBEROLA in my home on a Dear Ir. Murrell: free trial. I understand that this places me under no obligation whatsoever'. I only agree to try this I enclose herewith my check . instrument and to advise you promptly in 10 days, whether Ldesire to purchase it or return it. for $2.00. Please keep theLpaper I should like to have you s.end me, coming for the next , year. In - FT! Model 50, Price $68.00 and 12 60c Blue Amberol Records comparison with the disorder and Total Value $75.20. : crime that is running rife in this " Model 30, Price $41.00 and 12 60c Blue Amberol Records. country, iUis a pleasure to read TotalValue $48.20. peace, quiet and prosperity of the Put a Cross in, square opposite the outfit you desire and mail to me at once, giving full name of a little town such as Columbia. an d add ress. I presume that you have read I am agent for thNew. Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph and Records. - Call or write me something of the so called "Batfor 5 days free trial in your home. Catalogue on request, ' tle of Matewan".' The Chief of J I can also furnish you with several other Standard Make Machines. Prices from $35.00 Police of the town was the prin-cipto $400.00.- - All Machines-senon free? trial.' Don't fail to see me before buyingrfor I am sure I can actor in the battle, and his save you money. I can 'furnish you records for any Talking Machine made. Mail orders promptly trial is on in Williamson now for filled. Record Catalogues mailed on request without cost to owners of Edison's Cylinder Machines. the murder of about three detec, Machines and Records on display at Russell"& Taylor's Drug Store. tives. The evidence is going For prompt service, mail all orders to pretty hard with 'Sid,". It seems that it has; been proven HERBERT TAYLOR, Columbia, Ky. beyond doubt hat he fired the first shot, that resulted in the death of ten men in ten minutes, and did it in accordance with a prearranged plot to get rid of the with best wishes to you and the SenatorjSimmons in the' Senate 'The American Federation - of men in the quickest manner. from North-- Carolina. Labor has made a weeping debe held August 6th. Business is ' pretty dull here force. A traveling man was in Coyours, Very truly nunciation of the soviet governnow on account of the strike and Searsy, West and Galvin are lumbia last Thursday and while B.Garnett. .The .Evening Post says: "the ment of Russia as an enemy to it is hitting us pretty hard, but all mentioned in connection with in Russell & Taylor's drag-stortrouble about a wood alcohol labor. laws.twe we hpms ifc win improve in Navy Joeephus the office of Internal Keveniw Secretary of ,'ekate" w that it land you the prohibition enforcement X -Adair County News $1.50 monthi. I clote lDamli may seek to aipplnt Commiaeioner, hsame into theconvergatk. H Uhe'nextr-feno wfcerc -- . . 3 - - 1 1 -- ? ' 1 al t -- -- W. e, thtre'f ice." w v THE?ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & i PERSONAL Barksd&le beeo delicate for some moats; will remain sometime, hoping to regain A SprCMIi Offer. Mr. E, B. Barger, who plays with was Columbus, left here last Friday 'for hf re noeotlyv Ranger, Texas, where his team will Mr. L. M.YouDg was critically ill be in traiui g several weeks before last Sunday. starting on engagements for the spring Mrs. W. S. Chapman is visiting In and summer. . Springfield. t Miss Elizabeth Bardin, a very deMrs. Lawrence Pickett is a victim serving ynung lady and a very capable of the mumps. one, a native of this county, is spendMrs. Horace Jefferles was quite sick ing two weeks with relatives and friends For some time she has been a a few days last week. IGhelcie Barger and wife have re- stenographer in the State department Springfield, 111. turned from Corbin. Mr. JJ. F. Suttlee, Barbourville, Hasolett h&&- - the mumps. his health. Here is a proposition we make to readers who wantia city paper, but do. not want a daily: We will furnish the Adair County News and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in RUSSELL & GO EASTERN STYLES IN MEN'S WEAR Wilson Bro's. Scarfs Rich, quiet patterns Kentucky. To subscribers living in f other States $2.40. The Twice a week Globe Democrat is one of the best and newest papers published in this county. We do not know how long this proposition will hold good, therefore, if you want the papers, call or send in your subscripof tion at once. Mr. Simon Dunbar, of the State Mr. O. C. Pace, who sells fertilizers, who spent several Washington, was in Columbia recently. month with friends and relatives here, Mrs. W. I. Fraser has returned "Rat-Sna- p Kills 48 Rats'' left for his home Tuesday morning. from a visit to Indianapolis. Writes IrviaNerhood, PewaylTania He will stop a few days with his He eaya : "After using one largo package, Mr. A. Isaacs, Berea, was at the we counted 48 dead rats." brother, Dr. O. S. Dunbar of'Leba kills 'em. dries up the carcass, and leaves Jeffries Hotel a fewdays ago. no smell. Cats and doss won't touch it. non. His mother also is in Lebanon. Comes in con venien Bize cakes; no mixing with other food. Get a package today. Creelsboro, was Mr. Ernest Miller, Threesizes: 85c for ldtchen or cellar: 65c on our streets a few days since. for chicken, bouse or corn crib; SL25 for Why Mr. N. Windsor (R. I.) Put Up bams and outbuildings. Your money bads with Rats forOfears P if doesn't do the work. " Mr John F. Piatt, Louisville, was ni "Years ago I got some rat poison, which nearly 0JJRAJS-AVWMin this community a few days ago killed our fine watch dog. We put up with rats until a friend told me It Mr. J. H. Hagan, Lebanon, made a kills rats, though house aboutwon't touch it," surely 1 pets Rats smelL Prices. 3Jc, 65c, $1.25. dry up and leave no to Columbia a few days ago visit KAT-SNA- P hand made from French, Swiss and Austrian silks $2.00 Similar effects in fine domestic silks $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00. RAT-SNA- Rat-Sna- p. CTilU2K!r-f79 Sold and I Guaranteed by Sold by ' V Dr. H. W. Depp practiced his profession all last week at Russell Springs Mr J.' H. Pickett, of Campbells-ville- , was here a few days of last week. Mr. Jo C. Sims, the tombstone man, was here, from Lebanon, a few days since. Mr. Edward Hamlett spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends in Danville. n Mr. J. Q. Alexander, the commercial traveler, was here well-know- Paull Drug Company. A PaufDrufl Co. " Good Provider!" pro- For Sale. I have several extra fine Jersey vider," no man would. pride himself milk cows for sale. These cows range on furnishing trash liberally for his in age from 3 to 6 years old. family. The family is entitled to Joe Barbee, Columbia, Ky good, wholesome food that helps 18 3t growth. When it comes to being "a good Mr. G. W. Whitlock, Campbellsvllle. sample vras supplying our grocerymen one The Youth's Companion has long s day last week. with reading. Good Public Sale. reading pleases and creates its own hunger for more good reading. The On Saturday, the 12th day of March, Youth's Companion is the best of I will sell at the home of Breeding reading for all every member every Bros,, near Milltown, the following: Mr. Hay Flowers returned, last age. One four year old. horse. week, from a business trip to JohnAnd it comes every week crowded One four year oldmare mule. son county. with the best. Xet us prove it with a One milk cow and calf. last-wee- It is the same Our store is filled with the new things for SPRING the Latest Patterns and Materials in Shirts, Neckwear and Furnishings. We want you to come in and look around while our Stocks are in Perfect Shape. Also large stock of Xadies Keady-to-We- ar Goods-Furnishin- gs, &c. Mr. A. J. Christie, Oil City, 111., was registered at the Jeffries Hotel last Wednesday. Mrs. FetnalEubank, who spent the winter irTFiorida, reached home last Thureday night. Messrs. T. W. Buchanan, K. J. Lyon S. E. and Robert Kerr, Campbellsvllle, were here Monday. Mr. Edgar lloyse, who is principal of the school af Boston, Ky., was at home last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Lyon, Camp toellsvjlle, spent last Thursday with .. N barrels of corn. Some tobacco, Farming implements.'A man's saddle, and some harness. alone It has become the favorite of all 19 2t C M. Thomas. the family weekly of America- - Its name is a misnomer, but is retained For rapid healing there is nothing for the sentiment it has generated in like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn American homes through its service flesh, heals cuts, burns or sores so to every age. quickly no time is lost from work. Only 32.50 for a year of 5Z issues. Price, 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by Serial storiesjehort stories, facts, fun Paull Drug Co. Adv games, puzzles, humor, etc, The Youth's Companion, IN THE SPRING Commonwealth Ave., &St. Paull St , Boston, Mass. BLOOD 20 s Prices Are Lower Than They Have Been For Four Years. WANTED Fox'or Coon Hounds and Bird Dogs, that can stand the test afield. Discribe .' wat you have, first letter. O. S. Evans, Somerset, Ky. YOUR &&$$&$$&&$ Mrs. Crandall (Iowa) Tells How.Sho Stopped Chicken Losses large package we killed swarms of rats. Theywon'.t p is guar, get this year's hatches. Til bet." antecd and sells for 35c. 65c, $1.25. , Sold and guaranteed by Rat-Sna- M$x$S$ It' friends irColumbia, Miss Maud Griffith, of Auburn, Ky., is visiting Mrs. H. W. Depp. She "last spring, rats killed all our baby chicks. Wish p before. With just one I'd known about Rat-Sna- NEEDS A TONIC Winter Faces Pale. Take Glide's formerly taught here. Business Phono Res. Phqne ' Paull Drug" Company. n Mrs. Mary Cheatham was again and ,Uiss Clara E, Sunday and a train N E V. Button taken very ill last S Bailey; L T. Bradshaw and Miss Ruth THE BEST KNOWN BLOOD TONIC ed nurse was ordered. Mr. Omer Goode was over, from Scott recently "procured licenses from DENTISTCamDbellsville, taking orders fori County Clerk Neat to take marriage Drowsy Spring-Fev- er Feeling That vows. hardware, a few days since. o& Comes from Sluggish Blood Sharp came in last MonMr. J. D. An Important Notice will Soon Leave You v Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. day, renewing his subscription saying, 'I could not make a crop without the On account of the death of Mr. E, As all growing things on earth shoot UP STAIRS. Jfews." in Springtime, so do the E Cheatham, who was a member of into new-lifMrs. Geo. W. Staples, of the firm of the firm of Nell & Cheatham, the bilious of cells that make up each Russell & Co , returned from the business of said firm must be closed part of the body renew their vigor. COLUMBIA KY and Cincinnatijmarkets the within the next thirty days. ThereLouisville As you open the windows, breathe latter parof last week. persons owing the firm must the Spring air, and Jet in the sunfore, all 3Ir. J. B. Coffey and Mr. W. C. call and settle at once All accounts shine, the red corpuscles in your "VanHoy made a business trjp to Lex- not paid within thirty days will be blood, should carry more oxygen to PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE ington last week. While ou6 Mr. placed in the hands of an attorney for the tiny cells. . BEST IS NONE TOO GOND VanHoy sold a horse for $450. collection. If you owe the firm you The red corpuscles are tiny disc- Are always the most enthusiastic concern shaped particles, swimming in enorMrs. E B. Cheatham, who lives in can not delay. inR the excellence of our We will sell the entire stock, con- mous numbers in the blood. They the Bliss neighborhood, and whohas Dry Cleaning And Dyeing been quite sick for several months, sisting of between ten and tw&lve carry oxyeen to cells In all parts of We have" one of the most efficient thousand dollars worth of goods, or the body, and they cprry away worn-tu- t does not show marked improvement . which was we.will sell the one-haRemodeling Departments wgste matter. Sometimes, espec-Mr. Gordon Montgomery, of this A Tally In the Spring," after the winter in tne country. Furs transformed bio owned bthe deceased Cheatham. bar, and Mrs. A lbia Eubank were in indoors and more or less sickness, the the mode very quickly. Men's and Campbellsvitfe last Thursday, taking bargain for some man or firm. Geo, Nell red corpuscles themselves need re- women's garments altered in any way depositions, the latter the Examiner. con-taiMrs. Mary Cheatham. n building. Gude's desired. Messrs. .S. E. Shlvely, Curtis Henjust the ingredients to give them .We dye fur skins and remodel them derson and Ernest Harris made a greater power to absorb oxvgen and in any way. last A Rat That Didn't Smell After business trip to the Jjlue-grass- , to distribute it throughout the body. Being Dead for Three Months was in quest We tailor make men or ladies' week. Mr Henderson, writes Mr. J. That is whyjit is such a good Sring "I swear it was dead three months." day: put some . suits $50.00 up., Latest styles. every an oil rig. of Syie;(N.J.). ' I saw this rat tonIc. It helps so much, to bring back benind a barrel. Months afterwards.my ' a TEASDALE wHelooVed behind thebarreLThereit was dead.3 Mr. J.; H. Ritchey and "daughter, color to cheeks made pale and wan by 35c, 05c, $1.25. sells a three sues f 625-62Walnut Sheet . Miss Alleene, came up from Burkes- Sold and guaranteed by the neoessary indoor winter life. It Cincinnati, Ohio. ville last Friday MissAlleene will re- Paul! Drug Co. adds to the num&er of red corpuscles "" weeks with . her sister, inain several With fine Spring days and Gude's My throughbred Jersey bull'is now Quite a lot of stock was sold on the Mrs. John Lee Walker. you gain in vigor and at ready for service. Fee, $1.50. at the first day of court, public square-th- e tain good health. A. S Allison, who has just returned gate. I will not brae this rule last Monday. Don't go around drowsylhis Spring. Jo Barbee, Oteen, N. C, where he visited rom H. S. Public Take that good tonic, Gude's liColumbia, Ky. his brother, who is in the If you belch up a bitter-tastin- g You can get it in tablet Hospital at that place, states quid, suffer from heartburn and sour Hfalth your drugFir Sale. that he found him slightly improved. stomach, you need the tonic proper- form or in liquid form at Is s purifying and gist's Both forms have the same Mr. J.'W. Burbridgeand son, Mr. ties of Herbine, It Choice Oats. 80c a bu. for the stom- medicinal value. Insist upon genuine Walr Burbrtdf e, left last Tuesday strengthening medicine , Price, 60c. Gude's - . Also three stacks.of hay... AdvertiseXe. ach, liver and bowels. lecJMaho. The firafc named will - ", JamesHolladfty. 'Adv. meot. . v SoldbyPaullDrug Co; rf6 th" latter, who has 13-- B. 13-- ' Weakens Blood, Makes A Pepto-Manga- I Dr. J. Murrell See TOM MIX in "Prairie Trail"" Saturday, March 12. i We will also have a treat, for you in? Music; "Bits of Broadway J by Mr. X - e Edisons New Phonographv Come out and enjoy a good snow ana a - X - , real treat in Music- - u r Paramount Theater, -- .v - -- SeMx$x$$ BIGr x$$$&3- lf -- Pepto-Manga- n 19-2- Shoe Sales Now Oil Nowis your Cha.nca to get Bargafns FnShoes I amoverstocked and must reduce my stock. regardless of cost. All my Merchandise is Marked down with. thenreserit,marKt.- - JUt-Sn- Bat-Sna- p 7 Pepto-Ma- ngan Pepto-Manga- n. ll-1- 0t tE Smitfi?, Cane Valley, Ky; -- Pepto-Manga- n. lO-at- X 'y-v.- --- f ;'V" - x;. - - a S' . a .jf -- " - V. ". V!- "A- " .v V sr raif" Jfc.-- f J: ' ' rX'??"J'ir "20?1 'ii8rr 't. .a. '- - ' ;, .A s ".' i ' fjMRGOUNEXNE WS .r-f:- i . r- -. -- -- - -i-- 3? y-- - " '. ; Continued from Page 2. " cxceedlngly well thank you. By the areyou still belligerent?" vl Hi nodded." "I have to.be." i think you're a great big grouch, Cardigan," she flared at him. $Jry T . -- You make me unutterably weary?' , "I'm sorry," he answered, "but Just jit present I am forced to subject you to the strain. Say a year from now, .when things are different with me, 'J"H strive, not to offend." "I'll not be here a year from now,"" ; "way. --. . .hfI!owarned him. bowed. "Then FH go g.w are and bring you back." And 'villi a mocking little grin, he liftec hat and passed, on. Col. - wherever .,, , U - Seth Pennington was amona at first "and in- 0i'.se cUned to ridicule the project Into an arly crave, eventually found himself by the publicity and gradually crxrced' Into serious consideration of fjie results attendant upon the build- lii'A of the road. The Colonel was naturally as suspicious as a nattle- pi take In August; hence he had no sooner emerged from the ranks of the frank scoffers than his alert mind framed the question: "How Is Oils new road Improbable tp 1 know it to be going to affect the Jnieres?s of the Laguna Grande Lum-rfce-r company, If the unexpected should who, skeptical su-nye- d those sudden flashes of Intuition pe cullar to women, J'be a screen to bids the operations of Bryce Cardigan; Now that he knows you aren't going-t- o renew Ills hauling contract, he may haVe decided to build his own logging railroad." After a pause the Colonel made answer; "No, I have no fear of that It would cost five, hundred thousand line dollars to build that twelve-mil- e and bridge Mad river, and the Cardigans haven't got that amount of money. What's more, they can't get ' it" "But suppose," she persisted, "that the real builder of the road should prove to be Bryce Cardigan, after all What would you do?" Colonel Pennington's eyes twinkled "I greatly fear, my dear, I shouh make a noise like something doing; And. as for Bryce Cardgan well, that young man would certainly know he'd been through a fight" "1 wonder If he'll fight to the last . - Uncle Seth." "Why, I believe he will," Pennington replied soberly. "I'd love to see you beat him." "Shirley I Why my dear, you're growing ferocious." Her uncle's tones were laden with banter, but his countenance could not conceal the pleasure her last remark had given him. Shirley thrust out her adorable chin - 3 n aggressively. "Sick 'em,- Tigel" she answered. "Shake 'em up, boyl" Ton bet I'll shake 'em up," the Colonel declared joyously. He paused with a morsel of food on his fork and waved the lork at her aggressively. "You stimulate me into activity, Shirley. My mind has been singularly dull of late; I have worried unnecessarily, but now that I know that you are with me, I am Inspired. Til tell you how we'll fix this new railroad, If it exhibits signs of being dangerous." Agaln he smote the table. "We'll sew 'em up tighter than a new buttonhole.' "Do tell me how," she pleaded eagerly. Til block them on their franchise to run over the city streets of Sequoia." "How?" "By making the mayor and the city council see things my way," he answered dryly. "Furthermore, In order to enter Sequoia, the N. C. ,0. will have to cross the tracks of the Laguna Grande Lumber company's line on J'Hytfot Be Here a Year From Now," She Warned Him. -- - s 'happen and those - should actually build a road1 from Sequoia to (irnnt's Pass, Ore., and thus construct a feeder to a transcontinental HtlH?" Five minutes of serious reflection - gufticed to bring the Colonel to the vrenre of panic, notwithstanding the act that he was ashamed of himself gar yielding to fright despite his firm belief that there was no reason why fee should be frightened. Similar considerations occur to a small boy who te walking home In the dark past a cemetery. The vital 4 aspects of his predicament dawned on the Colonel one night at dinner, midway between the soup and the fish. rSo forcibly did they oc--., cur to him, In fact, that fpr the nonce "5.e forgot that his niece was seated bunco-steerer-- Water street make a and I'll enjoin them and hold them up In the courts tllthe cows come home." "Uncle Seth, you're a wizard." "Well, at least Pm no slouch atlook-In- g after my own interests and yours, Shirley. In the midst of peace we should be prepared for war. You've met Mayor Poundstone and his lady, haven't you?"' "I had tea at her house last week." jump-crossin- g Suppose you Invite "Good her and Poundstone here, for dinner some night this week. Just a quiet little family dinner, Shirley, and after dinner you can take' Mrs. Poundstone upstairs, on some pretext or other while I sound "Poundstone out on his attitude toward the N. C. O." She nodded. "I shall attend to the matter, Uncle Seth." Five minutes after dinner was over, Shirley joined her uncle In the library" and announced that His Honor the Mayor, and Mrs.-- Poundstone, would be delighted to dine with them on the following" Thursday night " news. chXpter To return to Bryce Having completed plans to build the N. returned fo Sequoia, XII Q.PIP.slte I.Ira. "'Confound them," the Colonel murmured distinctly, "I must look Into ;thls. Immediately," "Look, into what, uncle dear?" Shirley asked Innocently. .. "This new railroad that man Ogllvy talks of building which means, Shirley, that with Sequoia as his starting point, "he Is going to build a hundred and fifty miles north to connect with L- - the main line of the Southern. Pacific Jnl)regon." But wouldn't that be the finest thing thai could possibly happen to K Humboldt county?" she demanded of --- - him. dt t'yndouhtedly It would to Hum-.bolcounty; but to the Laguna - . Grande Lumber company, In which you v Vhave something more than a sentimen- -" tal interest, my dear, It would be a .-- blqvv," A large part of the estate left ibyyour father Is Invested In Laguna Grande stock, and as you know, all of ' xny efforts are devoted to appreciating that stock and to fighting against any-taint: that has a tendency to depreciate tt." ; j Carefully he dissected a sand-da-. removed the backbone. 'Td give ? " "" &. ripe peach to learn the Identity of "' bought ".tbe scheming buttinskyof wh'o Giants," the old Cardigan's Valley vhe said presently. "I'll be hanged if ithal doesn't complicate matters a -- --. Cardigan: his .preliminary C. O.,-- Bryce had prepared to sit quietly on the side lines and watch his peppery henchman Ogllvy go Into action Ogilvy's.return to Sequoia following s tdur In search of rights his of way for the N. C. 0. was heralded by a visit from him to Bryce Cardigan, at the latter's office. As he breasted" the counter In the general office, Moira McTavIsh left her desk and came over to see what the visitor desired. "I should like to see Mr. Bryce Cardigan," Buck .began in crisp businesslike accents. He was fumbling In hly card-cas- e jind did not look up until about to hand his card to Molra; when his mouth flew half, open, the while he stared at her with consummate frankness. The girl's glance met his momentarily, then was lowered modestly she took the card and carried it to Bryce. "Hum-m-ml- " Bryce grunted. "That noisy fellow Ogllvy, eh?" "His clothes are simply wonderful and so Is his voice. He's But he's carroty red and has freckled three-weekvery-refine- don't know what It Is, but It's the way, what do you "know "about your blighted old city council, anynice. Who is she?" " "She's Moira McTavIsh, and you're way? "Two of the five .councllmen are for not to make love to her. Understand? Tcan't have, you snooping around this sale; two are honest men and one Is an uncertain quantity. The mayor office after tcday."'K" known them all Isa politician. I've if Mr. Ogilvy's eyespopped with interest, I dared come "Oh," he breathed. "You have an eye since boyhood, and out In the open, I think that even the - have you? to the main chance youself,Have you proposed to the lady as crooks have sentiment enough for what the Cardigans stand for in this yet?" county to decline'To hold me up." "No, you idiot" "Then why not come out In the you for her or "Then I'll match the chance to propose "first" open and save trouble and expense?" rather for "I am not ready to have a lot of "Nothing doing, Buck. Spare yournotes called on me' Bryce replied self these agonizing suspicions. The fact of the matter Is that you give me dryly. "Neither am I desirous of hava wonderful inspiration. I've always ing the Laguna Grande Lumber combeen afraid Moira would fall in love pany start a riot In the redwood lumwith some ordinary fellow around ber market by cuttlngprices to a '' point where I would have to .sell' my Sequoia propinquity, you know "You bet Propinquity's the stuff. lumber at a loss In order to get hold of a little ready money. I tell you, Til stick around." " and Pve been on the lookout for the man has me under his thumb, and a fine man to marry her off to. She's the only way I can escape Is to slip too wonderful, for you. Buck, but In out when he Isn't looking." "Hum-m-r- a ! Slimy old beggar, Isn't time you might learn to live up to he? I dare say he wouldn't hesitate her." to buy the city council to block you, "Duckl I'm liable to'klss you." "Don't be too precipitate. Her father would he?" "I know he'll He and steal. I dare used to be our woods-bosI fired say he'd corrupt a public official." him for boozing." Buck Ogilvy rose nd stretched him"I wouldn't care two boots if her got ray work cut out for dad was old Nick himself. I'm going self. ."I've me, haven't I?" he declared with a to marry her if she'll have me. Ah, yawn. "However, It'll be a fight worth the glorious creature 1" He waved his while, and that at least will make It long arms despairingly. "0 Lord, send interesting. Well?" me a cure for freckles. Bryce, you'll Bryce pressed the buzzer on his speak a kind word for me, won't you desk, and rn moment later Moira ensort of boom my stock, eh? Be a tered. "Permit me, Moira. to present good fellow." Mr. Ogilvy. Mr. Ogllvy, Miss McTav"Certainly. Now come down to earth Ish." The introduction having been and render a report on jrpur steward- acknowledged by both parties, Bryce ship." continued: Mr. Ogilvy will have fre"I'll try. To begin, I've secured, quent need to interview me at this ofrights of way, at a total cost of twelve fice. Moira, but It Is our Joint desire thousand, one hundred and three dol- Jhnt his visits "here shall remain a lars and nine cents, from the city profound secret to everybody with the limits of Sequoia to the southern boun- exception of ourselves. To that end dary of your timber In Township nine. lie will hereafter call at night when I've got my line surveyed, and bo far this portion of the town Is absolutely as the building of the road Is concern- deserted. You have an extra key to ed, I know exactly what I'm going to the office, Moira. I wish you would do, and. how and when I'm going to give it to Mr. Ogilvy." do It once 1 get my material on the Moira Inclined her dark head and ground. withdrew. Mr. Buck Ogllvy groaned. "I have an option of a rattling good "God speed the day when you can second-han- d locomotive down at the come out from under and TU be perSanta Fe shops, and. the Hawkins & mitted to call during office hours," he Barnes Construction company has offer- murmured. He picked up his hat and ed me a steam, shovel, half a dozen withdrew, via the general office. Half and a lot of fresnos and an hour later, Bryce looked out and scrapers at ruinous prices. We can saw him draped over the counter, enbuy or rent teams from local citizens gaged In animated conversation with and get half of bur labor locally. And Moira McTavish. Before Ogllvy left as soon as you tell me how I'm to get he had managed to Impress Moira with my material ashore and out on the job. a sense of the unmitigated horror of Til order It and get busy." being a stranger In a strange town, "That's exactly where the shoe be- forced to sit around hotel lobbies with gins to pinch. Pennington's main-lin- e drummers and other lost souls, and tracks enter the city along Water drew from Moira the assurance that street with one spur Into his p it wasn't more distressing than to have and another out on his night to sit around a boarding-hous- e From the main-lin- e tracks we also after night watching old women tat have built a spur through our drying-yar- d and tattle. p out to our and a This was the opening Buck Ogllvy switch-lin- e We had sparred for. Fixing Moira with out to our can unload our locomotive, steam his bright blue eyes, he grinned boldly on our own and said: "Suppose, Miss McTavIsh, shovel, and wharf, but unless Pennington gives we start a league for the dispersion of us permission to use his main-lin- e gloom- - You be, the president and I'll tracks out to a point beyond the city be the financial secretary. limits where a Y will letd off to "How would the league operate?" where the pointof ..construction beMoira demanded cautiously.' gins we're up a stump." "Well, it mjght begin by giving a "Suppose he refuses, Bryce. --What dinner to all the members, followed then?" by a little motor-tri- p Into the country "Why, we'll simply have to enter Saturday afternoon," Buck sugnext the city down Front street paralleling -Pennington's tracks on Water street gested. Moira's Madonna glance- - appraised g turning down B street make a "I haven't known you him steadily. of Pennington's line on Water very long, Mr. Ogilvy," she reminded street, and connecting with the spur him. Into our yard." "Oh, I'm easy to get acquainted "See here, my son," Buck said with," he retorted lightly. "Besides, solemnly, this your first adventure don't-He I come well recommended?" in railroad building?" pondered for a moment Then : 'Til Bryce. nodded. you what Miss McTavIsh. Suppose "I thought so; otherwise you we put it up to Bryce Cardigan. If - so copfldently of runwouldn't talkhe says it's all right we'll pull off the ning your line over city streets and says It's all wrong, Til on your com- party. If he making go but and drown myself and fairer petitor's road. If your competitor regards you as a menace, to his pocket-boohe can give you a nice little run. for your money and delay youindefi-nltely.- " t "I" s. 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New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. flat-car- s, If you perfer an evening newspaper, stitute The Louisville Times for The you may subCourier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. log-dum- mill-doc- k. log-dum- mill-doc- k. flat-cars "70U would like to. have better bakings. the-quality certainly want to X savs money, and you 1 jump-crossin- biggest thing you can do to improve, of your bakings and lower baking costs. Calumet is'made in thelarg-est most sanitary Baking Powder Factories in the World. No Baking Powder is made under better conditions none can be better in quality. Then aise Calumet It's the It contains only such ingre- dients as have been officially endorsed by the V. S. Pure Food Authorities. An absolute guaran- teethat it Is pure. jump-crossin- k, " "I realize that, Buck. That's why I'm not appearing in this railroad deal at all. If Pennington suspected I was back of it he'd fight me before the city council and move heaven and earth to keep me out of a franchise to use the city streets and cross his line. Of course, since" his main line runs on city property, under a chise granted by the city, the city has a perfect right to grant me the priviof his lege of making a ' line "Will they do it? That's the problem. If they will not you're licked, my son, and I'm out of a job." jump-crossin- g . - i 4. CALUMET BAKING POWDER highest Awards, It received Food Exposition, ChiWorld's Pure cago r- - Paris Exposition, Paris, super- FrancfrTPoaitiTO proof ol its fi & Racfe ;y; Y. , It is .used by more . house-- wives and domestic scientists than anyotherbrand. . - b -- "'' --- Bryce rose" and sauntered Into the general office. "Mr. Bryce Cardigan,?" Buck queried. "At your service, Mr. Ogllvy. Please - come in." 51111 fC '"bbim. admitted say' ''&&&$&? I didn'tneand now I'mlightly. going 4iC "However, . y.f'the -- should have bought it when opportunity offered," she reminded -- "Thank you so much, sir." He followed Bryce to the -- latter's private office, closed the door carefully behind him, and stood with his broad back against It Bryce hung his head thoughtfully. "I've been too cocksure," he muttered presently. "I shouldn't have spent that twelve thousand for rights of way until I had settled the matter of the franchise." "Oh, I didn't buy any rights of way yet" Ogllvy hastened to assure him. up 'Tve only signed the on an agreement to give "or sell me a land-owners 3 .:; T- . C; y:; AS you have to do is to compare costs to determine how much yoa can save by .buying Calumet Gluten is the muscle building part of flourwhich ia of greatimportance. To be sure yon get it fa your bak ings use plain floor and1 good baking g flour). powder; (not self-rian- It is sold atamoderate price. iTolvfiS3 gSSpJdl"?!! cnptmtter.l&csss FSrK? tS22rfasi eEtiacfc liwa JattaiMiiuinuiif. SMd Sater! """? i ia he punished for it, my dear; so dont roast ine any more. By the way, fellow Ogllvy, ',? that speckled r the' Northern promoting' - "Buck, are you losing" .your jnindT Bryce' demanded. "Losing' It? I should say not Tve - just lost It" hot-ai- r "'' - - -- 3ip. b Call- - - iqprjjt & Qregon railroad, Is back In San : ttwn ag&lB. I thfak m wire the office to look htm up In - . it I By lot ere kaew the awwer.w iw tci iuaywiwiui tj. to-nig- ht -- "aq's and Bradstreees. Td '"VMt are !WelL sleep a - "I believe were qtflte sane, you wouldn't run the risk of being seen entering my office," "Tut-tu- t old deaf I None of that I Am I not the mainspring of the Northern California Oregon .railroad and privileged to run the destinies of that -- ," you.If you - le 'J.i aOk; fIe "'1 Td " -- tbey, Uncle eth?" tke to ,;?. w a screea to aiae kow wktSer ijiiiffMtnr f TrteUkuL Re4- - ebulless corporation as I see &WJL He eat down, crossed his long lege, and Jerked a speckled thumb toward the oster office. "Iras sane wheal came la here, hut the eyes of the girl yew, .tbm eye! I wmt be tetretace te her." "Lore t first sight, eh, Bckr right "of way at Hie stipulated figures auy time within one year from date. Will the city council grant you a franchise to enter .the city and jump Pennington's tracks?" "I'm sure I don't know. Buck. You'll have to ask tliem sound them out The council mts Saturday morning. "They'll meet, this evening; In the private dining room of the Hotel Sequoia, If I can arrange It" Buck Ogllvy declared emphatically. "Tib. going to have them all up for dinner and talk the" matter over. I kaow the breed from cover; to "cover. Following a preliminary conference, Fll let yo kaow whether yoa're goteg to Wrtfcat. fraafctae witlwwt dMtarity or wketfcer aomobody Itchy pals will have crossed with silver first By to-b- e "Just Tell Me Your Home Telephone Number." words than them has no man spoke." "Til think It over," said Moira. . "By all means. Never decide mr-an important matter m a nurry. Just tell me your home telephone number, and 111 ring up at sevea this evening for your decision;" Reluctantly Moira gave him the number. Sbe .was not at all prejudiced against this carroty stranger la fact, she bad a vague suspicion that a stare cure foe the blues, an ailmeet which sbe suffered fro all tee fre- taestly; and, moreeverila veiee, at alert xpctfal manner, hkt were oy,. aad all ratfcer ate wbderful clothing fee-w- -- A bonus bill for soldiers alluring. Tbe flutter of a great ad- venture was in Moira's heart and the amounting to one and a half bilflush; of a thousand roses In her cheeks j when, Buck Ogllvy having- at length lion has been introduced in th departed, she went Into BryceXprlvate Senate. office to get his opinion as to the propriety of accepting the invitation. Allies have drafted an invasion Bryce listened to her gravely as plan of Germany if the Londoa with. all the sweet Innocence, of her years and unworthlness she laid the parley fails and Germany will ba Ogllvy proposition before him. split. "By all means accept," he counselled her. "Buck Ogllvy Is one of the flaeat The State Health Boards is to gtBtleraen you'll ever meet Til stake My- reputation oh Mm. Yoa'U tad have the hotels of health rMerts He'd inspected, and put in a Military him vastly amaslag, Moira. make Ntefee forget her treefeles, er a MW-- condition. he daas.kaew how ) - aa H TO Uiu CONTINUED. Adair CQunty Nw $1.0 ,- - 's y - 'f -. 11 . "S v " :-- . ADAIR COUNT! NETS , ; -- 7 EVERYTHING IN Ct O OF I N3 Asphalt, Grayel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. 'xJ SCHOOL DAYS Go "j. I k a VJ.n-- l ., flatty, tfrmmc jW Jmk tnseVt lutcrfc. o-- t iiU iv 1n0TCn JicVew1. Ai-f- f Go on sufl vft Gsfc. y4'?l l-- BsVSI ,t n kfcV IIP i k t- t AtT(-vU- twm ww on.. 'J "kv tut. - it x i t"4.H- -i iL Tk tiw - fa JACK IS THANKFUL night in the playroom all the sat looking at s Teddy-reaDora Dpll, Jumping Jack and x and several others who had M Oonc skatc-Sof- tt- ."t"ri.T.-a1uC0M(h v ONE was sitting In the water, which every1 minute was filling the tub,, and I just soaked it into my body, so I knew 1 should r, L Stdel Fence Posts ' tfi Jack-in-a-Bo- r. "V ' SfckeaaTif- tSicfcffin-- 3- ,. 1 DEHLEP BRO& CO ,!nco wo rated IS Cast Matket ?trcci Between Plrst and Brock ri Louisville, Ky. about, for all the boys who had hem rather Tookld down on poor little Jack. But tonight those who had feet and' legs sat in a row by the wall while the other toys looked at them and listened to their tale of woe. "Itwas just terrible i" said Dora Doll. "There we were in that big, unpleasant subject for Jack to speak feet and legs. 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LColumbia, - B. - YOTTN"G-- , -' - ' "JEWELER" Kentucb 3I3 K3e&i3ieKaKK 1 HAIL In Field c FIRE In Barn . 1 1 One Insurance Policy Protects every Minute -,, i Insured ONI V hv Henry Clay Agents" SEE ! 4fc empty flower tub, where our little playing house when mother had-beHow to Succeed How to Get S BY DOUGLAS MALLOCH Ahead How to Make Good 5 it grew dark. That was bad enough, S but when it began to "rain oh, that 4 fa 5 was awful I My clothes were spoiled S " ly JESSIE ROBERTS before I thought of danger, and then 5lHlllllllll!lllllllII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIII!llllll!ll THE LETTER. Teddy Bear began to fuss." WOMEN IN BANKS tell you, girl, how I love you "I should think sol" said Teddy. "I IAN'T Eomething the woods never teach; trust companies 1 tan He all the night and think of you, THE big banks and put women into beginning to but I can't put the matterin speech But It's love like the blue skies above you. important positions. And the girl ius.t that around the whole universe reach: out of college who is looking for a It Is love that is wide as the arches of job may find it well worth her while to interview a banker as to getting a stars from the east to the west; It Is love that Is long as the marches of start. She will have to begin at the sunrise to sunset and rest; but she It is love that is 'strong as the larches bottom, to get stands an excellent well up to the top. mount to earth's uttermost chance that crest. Take the case of a woman who has In the woods we are rougher than others recently been made assistant secretary to the New York Trust company. you know In the parlors of town; To the wolf and the wild we are brothers, Her special work will be to assist the We are kin to the creatures of brown; the company to prepare their It Is long since we crept to our mothers clients of. budgets, personal and to advise miand slept on our pillows of down. nors In the charge of the company For we sleep In the huts of the humble how best to manage their allowances. and we Jive on a sturdier fare; And the music we hear is the rumble of There Is a real opportunity for women who are capable of It to do very valuthunders of earth and of air Where the pine and the tamarack tumble able and work in this line. and the pathway of progress preAnother woman is employed by the pare. Guaranty Trust company in the caYet this land is the land of the lover, pacity of bond salesman. She is as yet the place for a love such as mine; one of the very few women who are Oh, sweet Is the scent of the clover, but making a success In this business, but Wl JLAAmHiLLI ' 1.m strong is the heart of the jjlne;' IH riiiia MHIH Love's cup in the town bubbles over, her opinion is that it is a work womis purple as wine.. but here it en can do well.Any girl who has a leaning toward We live and we love and we labor up finance will be wise to specialize in here on a mightier scale; To the north and the night we are neighsome good school. She Is advised to bor, we are kin of the star and the take a job In some financial house at gale; The lightning It threats with Its sabre, the same time that she is taking her the northwind it stings with its hall, course at night schooL Her job will probably be a small oue, but It will And the heart of the man is made stronger with the strength of the thing help out her theoretical work Immensely to be in actual touch with condithat he fights, And the love of his heart Is made longer tions In a financial office or bank. by the length of the loneliest nights There Is a dignity about work of For Ihe lover whose heart is longs most for a lover's delights. this sort that appeals to many girls T?&ffz2&2fififif25 who have graduated from college and The fellow away from the city the tricks who do not want to enter the ordiHOW DO YOU SAY IT? city forgets: of the " By C. N. What is more, It holds say the thing that is witty, he nary office. He can't out fine possibilities. But it requires can't breathe his soul in regrets; He can't say the thlngthat is pretty to a type of mind that is not found in Common Errors in English and please the pink ear of coquettes. every woman. If you have the gift, How to Avoid Them For the bigness of life Is about him, the and get the training, you now stand bigness of heaven and star; a good chance of finding full opportuThough the city runs tinward without nity to go as far as your capacities per- ,, "I SEEN HIM." him, forgetting the forest afar, mit. Prejudice against women In this "When he speaks let no cleverness doubt him, for he speaks of the things as field Is rapidly disappearing. FREQUENTLY we hear a him do it," and it Is they are. tCopyrlsht.) not always a person who has not -O V And this is the love that I bring you, the in the proper use of English. 1 love of the man In the.Janguage of "the grammarian, you, the And this is the spng that I sing the speaker does not make proper dissong that the nightingale pours, 1 i The song that the nightingales fling you tinction between "saw," the preterit; from eventide's musical shores. Rest Is not Idleness, and to He some- or past, form of the verb "see," and The shepherd" boy carols his meter, and times on the grass under the trees on a the past participle of the same word. summer's day, listening to the murmur The principal parts of "see" are as follows the feet of the herds; The song of the skylark Is fleeter because of water, or watching the clouds float follows: Present, "see"; past, "saw"; across the sky. Is by no means waste of imperfect participle, of the absence of words; "seeing"; perfect Is the language of mortals the sweeter, time. Lord Avebury. participle, "seen". Therefore, the senmore sweet than the music of birds? tence should have been worded, "I EVERYDAY FOOD. My Jips they may tremble to say It, saw him do it," not "I seen him do It." my pulses may beat; however We hear a person say, "I have, saw" IS not a difficult problem to arThe tale that I tell you may weigh it and , find it a tale Incomplete range a meal for some occasion and or "I would have saw ;" in those cases, But here is my heart, and I lay it, all have course, it both good and unusual; but of have the expressions should be, voiceless and mute, at your feet. "I seen," "I would have seen," the daily meal preparation does beI can't tell you, girl, the old story, em- come a' burden sometimes when econ- since "seen" Is the participle to be d lies. bellished with omy, variety, wholesomeness and di- used after any form of the auxiliary Tl.u tale that a planet grown hoary still gestibility all enter into the problem. or helping verb "have." hears with the olden surprise (Copyright) en well-paid -L-ur- .WmrrJtl THE WOODS ? !iuiiiuiiiuumiimi!iiiiiumiimiiiiiiu 1 THE GIRL ON THE JOB 1 m W7 ing Jack. "I was flat on my back ori the bottom of the tub and was all over me first. Of course, float, after a while, but I .was so soft' and sticky that I knew" I was a wrecK and every minute I expected my Iegsf and arms to fall off." Poor Sailor Boy Doll looked very forlorn as he sat drying by the radt ator and his suit looked anything but neat. It was- then that began to talk, and for the first time feel thankful for thtf manner In which he was made. "I .have always envied all you whe have feet and legs and 'kaaw yot thought I was half made; Tut whers the rain began to fall and the cover of my box kept It from filling the beat?.' I began to feel sure I was safe. Oi course, I was afarld the wind might blow and tipit over, but I was lucky., for It did not blow at all, and there was sailing around as dry as ever, was sorry I could not help any of yox? who were getting wet, but you al know that was Impossible, for thertf Is only just room In my box for me." "I should not be surprised if yonn? spring rusted," said Dora Doll ; "yotf , must have felt the dampness, even if you did not get wetJ" "I do feel a little stiff In my spring,' admitted Jack, "but I am sure it wilS-d- o me no harm. It will soon wear off-- , and I shall never again be envious rtt you who have feet and' legs.'" the-'wate- r lJ. blue-and-whl- te Jack-in-a-Bo- not float." "It was worse for me," said Jump x i (Copyright.) 1 HOW DO YOU SAY K2 BjrC. N.Lari aMBwsiHBaHa Common- Errors la EhgHsB ifol How to Avoid Them - 3rettWWWttSSS3$$3S3?; "THEM" AS AM ADJECT JVEl- - as of THE usethemsuch expression;? is. of boys there," course, one erclse even in speaking, the use of -- of which persons who ex a moderate degree of --.ir would not be guilty. Yet "them" as an adjective is5 not limited by any means to those who are uneducated or careless respects. Perhaps this Is rtae fa- -' as are so many other examples elegant or faulty speech, to the effect of constant repetition. A person oi! education hears others employ the ex--' presslon, "them boys," or "tlxss kind," and similar ungrammatlcal and falls unconsciously in--1 to the same errors. 'Them" is a pronoun, third person,. plural, objective case form of "they. and' should never be employed as air adjective, before a noun. Instead off "those" or "these." Therefore, "I awT them, boys," and similar expressicrasy should be "I saw those boys, or '7 saw these boys," etc. (Copyright.) ire-oth- er 0 Hnwltj5iarteil! COFFEE. coffee was unknown to W""HILEGreeks and Romans, it was the used In Arabia as early as the d Irf-teenth rtJuJJ.JJ'J.rrAAArillte' been-educate- s; sj2!l -- Plants were carrfeff from Mocha to Batavia In the Seven--teencentury, and to Martinique Inf 1720. The first coffee house la was at Constantinople In. 1551; In England the first was In london to 1652, and In France at Marseilles fc th -- century. En-rop- e? 1671, . (Copyright.!- 2 7 3S, A LINE 0' CHEER IT By. John Kendrlck Bangs. A "WHAT PLEDGE. they will 111 city-bre- W. " : T. PRICE, , Agent - Columbia, Kentucky.Ail Kinds of - "& -""- &- - - 35 SIX Insurance ? ? But the night Is all starshine and glory because I have looked In your eyes. Leftover Salt Mackerel With Potato The night is all starshine and splendor Balls. up here In the tamarack Jands; Cut enough pared potatoes into quarThe night is all moonlit and tender be- ters to fill a pint cup. Turn Into a cause at the touch of your hands And your eyes they may widen with saucepan cover with boiling water wonder, but I know that your heart and one cupful of flaked leftover mackunderstands. erel In the center of the potato dish, (Copyright) a"bove the water in dish or steamer. 0 Let cook until the potatoes are tender, drain and press them through a ricer, -- MILITANT MAI heap over the fish, add a teaspoonful of butter, a few dashes of black pepper, one egg beaten light and shape fro into balls. 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One cupful of spaghetti broken In bits and boiled; one good sized stalk of celery cut In bits, two green pep0 pers cut fine from which the seeds Speed Required. and white membrane have been re"Did you ever taste monsblB moved; two sweet cucumber pickles, whisky 7" cut in. thin slices, and pleaty of good ""Certainly not," replied Unci Bill s boiled salad dressing Bettletop "Anybody yr cam't swsljaw fast eneugh to kee feea tastfe'- If c tea He bBelneee try" todrJAvItiT- - "Yes, dear." "Oh, I'm so glad. I'm always afraid there's a man in the house till, you" come, , t "It that AMBIGUOUS you, Henry?" - tho gas company J5L put on more pressure ., .'-- r "in the stove?" "No. Pocketbookr-- "I' understand . X Pressurt - Germans fear Polish 1ivws sion as a penalty for not meetiagr the financial lies A daaands-oMM- a Al- Iora&'sti'rikh'aY report frora Keia5 say s tiafc been - jMXJbU WU&wttIL XXbJml) . (lHlrWrtiit - trnrHtoriirr ffi Sanmtm - .'-- , ti tMKamirsS; w - r 1 - ! W- iv '- - Jt k r- 5 V -- "4 ry. mram "! J" K adaTr COUNTY NEWS;- - V'Vj' fr w s. prised to hear of her demise at safely. He said that he was feelJ Campbellsville for the past four Elwaine, of Lexington, and purchased Breeding. any time. ing find and that the climate was months. by W. L. Stewart, of Pittsburg. "1i 'After trie; ricenhiiw v'rajb, '& We trust thehard times and aengntiui. - . The top price Jn the saddle horse G. BC Breeding is sick at this ' Milltown. division of the sale was $1,150, paid me EC3 having delightful weath- - the money panic are about a Mr. Lilburn Bryant, who has writing. by Joseph Brock, of Georgetown, for thing of the past, as the fourth lung trouble, caused, "by 'being .Buddy Fudge, r son of James The school at this place will the saddle aaaies Gilpin and wife, of of March is over and the new! gassed during the war, is riot so Fifdge who livesnear Toria, sgot soon come to a close. It is being mare Morelle, by Kex Pea vine and 35packsvill wre in our midst administrationwill have full con- welf this week. Amorelle. thrown from a mule and broke taught by Miss Floy Petty. .Friday. trol of every, department of busiAmong other horses. bringing gqod 3st A daughter of Mi. arld Mrs. hi8arm. The boy was taken to Mrs. George Skajrgs spent sev- prices were: Luke McLuke, Ti e.growing crop of wheat is ness. We see no reasoti w;hy Bill Floyd, who has been very Dr. Simpson Wednesday night eral days of last week, with her gelding, by Roosevelt-BhicBet-ti- e oopjngfinein this section. business should not get down to low for several, weeks' is better. and the wound dressed. by King Richard, sold to E. J, daughter, Mrs. Ralph Stults. .. lCsv. Jo JF.urkin, of Keltner, her normal basis as it did under Eld. Luther Young and family Mr. John Simpson attended the Walsh, of St. Louis, for 3700; Lady Married, on the 19th; Miss , mingling with' our people Mr. Wilson's reign. of Dunnville visited his parents sale of Mr. Dickens at Dirigo on Fashion, a brown mare, to J. E Cox, Annie Wilson and Mr. Harlan ofEvaasviile, We have had considerable land at this place recently. Wednesday. Ind:, for ?600; DarelaQ, Monday. He bought one horse Keltner. chestnut gelding, . J. McCarty, f dealings in this 'section during Strong Hill spent a day or so Mr. S. McKinley visited his price $76 Mr. Simpson says he Mr. Thomas Bishop, who has Chicago, for 8600; Wm Tell, bay geldpast week or so. D. Blades parents at Russell SpringB re- has owned aboutOO horses and mf last week at Liletown. looking the ing, to Dr. !N". H. Downs, of Clevejafter some of his unfinished busi-- and G. ,E. NeH exchanged farms, cently. He found his father in a this is the first time the price been in .a critical condition, is land, O., for $380; May Vaughan, improving" slowly. Mr. Nell becoming owner of the critical condition with cancer of was ever known. chestnut mare, to W. W, Wash, of Mr, George Shirley and family Eawrencburg, for 8450; Anderson v V. 0. Moss, of Greensburg, larger part of the farm, known the face, and he is 95 years old. f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson Star, in this ., section as the Diddle Mr. J. C. Blair and wife, who were visiiing Mr. and Mrs. Geo. left recently for Indiana, where chestnut geiding, to Wm. Walker, of japenta day or so of last week Pittsburg, for 470. they will locate." farm. Mr. Blades got in the spent few days of last jq our city. several days here with Brockman-deal a part of the farm known Mr. and Mrs. R. S. English, their daughter, Mrs. W. P. Bry- week. For Sale. Uncle R. 0. Keltner is quite as the Janes farm, Mr. Nell'pay- - ant, of this place, were shopping in left for their home in Iowa Mr. T: P. Breeding was in our feeble at this time. The most mg the difference of something Columbia,' last Saturday. I have eight head of horses, two a few days ago. little town one day of this week 6f Vae .time, in his room. near $4,300. Mr. Nell and Mr. Mrs. J. R. Tutt, Jr., spent wagons, buggies and harness which I Mr. Jeff Brockman and wife collecting his produce. ;Mr. J. A. Young, of Columbia, Blades are well pleased with days of last week with will hell privately. ara. in our midst last Friday, their deal; that being the case visited fiiends inthe" Craycraft Mr. Sanj Burdette passed several 19 2t Gordon Cheatham. section last Friday night. through this place one day of last Mrs. Ed Cheatham. mar-jkfoom?: after cattle at the other people should be satisfied. Mrs. Betsey Lef twich, one of Tax Commissioner Examination. Mrs. Helm, of Columbia, has week with a nice bunch of mules. rice. . Sparksville. returned home, after spending a Mr. Lucian Bell, the Cumber- the oldest women of this comlur. B. B. Esters, formerly of On Monday, the 14th day of March, few days with her daughter, land Grocery man, was calling on munity, who has been confined there will be held, jsSCecalfe Co., who recently mov-ts- d for Adair county, We are enjoying the nice Mrs. W. T. Reynolds. our merchants Thursday :of last to her bed for some time, re- in the Uounty Judge's office, before our community, is an up-t- o iuto mains about the same. County Attorney W. A. Coffey, an exWe extend our heartfelt sym week. iate farmer. He is putting weather now. Nancy English spent last Sat- amination for Tax Commissioner for Mr. Goebel Reece is new appearance on his farm. The health ot the community pathy to Mr. Meldrum bcholl, arrived urday night vich Catherine Mer- said county. Applicants will report JBe knows the lick by which itjs is fairly good with a few except and Miss Bonnie Wolford in the from Marrowbone Tuesday. early. cer. loss of their mother. The greations. csiotie. Mr. James Breeding is visiting The school at new Cedar Attention of the farmers is called to Mrs. J. F. Gilpin is suffering est loss one can sustain in this his father. )R W. Shirley, Chat Browning, Grove is progressing nicely un.-d- the 'ad" of the Davis Hardware Co. arm life is the loss of a good mother. G. M. and C. C. Hindman, some with two cancersone r Miss Minnie Royse- spent the season for farm implements and you will meet your moththe management of Mr. Ai The Milltown section's best farm-&rs- ,: and one on her face. She is un- - Live so tof seed is here and thej are ready to supnight at Cofer Reece's Monday mer Powers. ply you. .were in our midst last week. der the treatment of Dr. L. C. er, night. . Uponthe Golden Shore, Dohoney, who has Mrs. Pole Hkey iceport everything moving Nell and he thinks he can effect Mr. Willie Eiatt who lives near The Pool Haih Said in His Heart And there live together, been confined to her bed, for jaloag nicely in the way of farm- a cure. Toria, was badly hurt a few days There is No Devil over a year, caused from a brokWilliam Rowe the little son of Where parting is no more. ing in their community. ago. He was out with wagon en hip, does not improve very ,A11 of our citizens are making Mrs. Lula Rowe, who" got his arm Cold settled in the muscles of the team and was off on the ground Infidels, s and all of broken arm a few days ago, is .nee!;, arms or shoulder makes every when the mules became frighten- much. the Unbelieving ilk have "settled" their arrangements to be at Co- Mrs, Ed Cheatham is on the Satan. How? By denying his existmovement painful. Use Ballard's ed, knocked him down and ran 3v.(R jia next week. They want improving. Snow Liniment. It relieves the pain ence. This is foolishness, for we Geo. M. Akin Jr.," who has . so see Mr. Huddleston and Judge over him breaking his nose. We sick .list. and relaxes the muscles. Three sizes, Miss Kara Caldwell, of Colum- might as well think that we have been sick for several weeks is im- 30c, 60c hope that Mr. Flatt will soon re (Carter. and $1.20. Sold by Faull abolished Zero by smashing the Ther bia, spent several days of last proving slowly. ' Drug Co. Adv. cover. mometer. Satan, previous to his fall Midges Bell, students of the L. n week with her brother, Mr. J. was the Anointed Cherub T. P. Curry, who Mrs. Pearl Fudge and daughsick of God. He W-- l S., passed through here G. Caldwell. .fairplay. was In the Eden of God and on the ter, Blanche, and Misses Zorada Ssc Friday, en route for Bed for several days is able to be out Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tutt, Jr.J Holy Mount and was full of beauty and Ruby Roach were visiting jEdck, where they will spend again. Rev. Thomas of Columbia, fill Mrs. Edgar Reece one day last and little son, Tommie, spent' and was the sum of created perfection Mr. J. T. Brake and family days with their friends. few was his downlall, for, trying to last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pride have returned ,here fronr Louis- ed his regular appointment at week. exalt himself above God he was cast Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Keltner, -- . E. Johnston. ville. They have decided to give Concord Sunday. down out of God's presence. Ha is Mr. Noah Reece of this place J. company with Mrs. Cordie Miss Carrie Turner was the and Tennie Breeding of Toria Mr. G A. Atkins ha3 been on now the of Mankind, Wilson, and daughter, will start up city life and again be tillers of guest of Miss Dora Bennett, list for the past few and masquerading as an angeF of spent the night at the home of the sick far Springfield, 111., in ar day or the soil. Light, he carries on his Incessant days. J. C. Reece Wednesday night. A. T. Coomer sold a horse to J. where they expect to make warfare. He Is the Author of Sin Born, to the wife of Ulus Gar- Mrs. Fanny Blakeman visited T. Brake'. Owing to the income and Sickness and has the Power of $helr future home. Watch your children for symptoms at Mr. R. L. Caldwell's last Suntax the price will be kept a pro- ret, on Feb., 22) a son. Death. He tempts, snares and puts One of the most active old 'of worms. They undermine the day, evil into the hearts of men. As Born, to the wife of Francis found secret. health . and breed sickness. Use jnejun this part of old Adair, is Prince of the Power of the Air he ofRev. Kemper filled his regular Darnell, Feb., 28, a daughter: White's Cream Vermifuge. It expels ancle JDaniel Mooneyham, who G. D. Firkin and wife will ten controls Governments and NaMr. Melvin Earles and family worms and restores health and vigor. appointment at this place, Sun tions. Possibly Hiae gassed his one hundredth leave this Monday for the Louishe was the real though day. ville markets to lay in their, were visiting Mr: Milton wheat Price, 35c. Sold by Paull Drug Co Unseen Ruler of - Successive World anprverssury and is able to be up Adv. and family on Tuesday night. Powers as Tyre, Babylon, 3End walk around his premises, spring stock. Greece and Rome. Come and Casey Creek. Mrs. Lena Wheat was visiting. Mr. J. H. Preston Jr. sold his and bids fair to be with us sevstudy the deep things of the Book farm on Harveys ridge to Lennie her sister Mrs. Hattie Bennett eral years .yet. with us every Wednesday night at Coomer and his son Amos last on Tuesday. Mrs. Rutha Dixon is visiting the Baptist 'Church. T&r. B. B. Janes, one of our Better Than Traps For Rats Writes Adams Drug Co Texas week. Mr. J. L. parnell ..was transr Mrs. Bud'Teller this week. Leslie J. B. Smith, Pastor. best farmers, as well as business They ray: " is doing the work, and thorat undertakers are as busy as pop The little son of W. T. Furkin, acting business at Gadberry on Mrs. Ruby Miller will leave for corn on a hot stove." Try it on your rata. men, is" making some great Russell-Co., are now receiving RATNAPaa,noneyback"ennranteed Wednesday. who has been sick is up again. West Virginia in a few days. sure killer. Comes ready for use ; no his bottom- - lands Springs goods and they have many atwith other foods. Cats and doss won't touch it. Bats dry np and leave no smell. $ha .are inclined to be a little Rev. F. D. Furkin assisted by Mrs. Lockie Loy, the wife of Brockman and Dixon Bros are tractive nice articles for the ladles Three eizes: S5e for one room: 65c for house or chicken yard ; $L2S for barns and and Misses. They are also making the wet ' "He is having a ditch cut Rev. J P. Embry, the pastor is Hector Loy is in very feeble getting ajphg fine with their grist outbuildings. Start killing rata today. very best prices on fine shoes for laSold aad Guaranteed by mill. 9&d tiling put in something near conducting a series of meetings health at present. dies and men. Read their advertisePaull Drug Co. W. L. Bennett sold to Fred Mr. S. Darnall has sold his a mile that certainly does drain at Smiths Chapel with success. ment, then call at the store. Mr. Emery Page, of Rotan Sparks 8 small shoats for$27. store R. C. Spence. the water. Died at Purdy. Memorial Services. Tex.r is visiting his father Mr. Mrs. Ann Burbridge, is very Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dixon vis"Uncle Charlie Yates, notwithG. B. Page of this place. Mr. Dudley Harmon, who lived at sick at this writing. ited Mr.and Mrs. Coy Brockman standing his old age and disadAt the Christian Church, Columbia, Purdy, this county, died last Wednes-na- y vantages he has in getting "I Got Real Mad when I Lost My . Mrs. Ella Karnes and children last Wednesday night e next Sunday morning, Mch. 13, at 11 night at 8 o'clock. He was Setting Hen," writes Mrs. Hanna,' were visitine Mrs. CyudtN Turner E. E. Workman passed through 2trou..d, in certainly seeing after yearsold and left a wife and o'clock, there will be a memorial ser N.J. v "When I went into our barn and found my best on Tuesday. here last Wednesday en route three children. He was a Master vice for A. McLean, who was for little farm, in the way of. iis setter dead I got real mad. One package ot killed six big rats. Poultry raisers should uso years president of the Foreign Mason, a member of Hood Lodge, and ive , Thomas & Burbridge have for Louisville. it. He will have one of Comes in cakes, no mixing. No smell from dead rats. Three sizes. Prices. 35c, 65c.$1.25, Christian Missionary Society. John Sold and guaranteed by Coy Brockman left Thursday was buried Masonically Thursday aftheir sawmill at work'&gain and , $he nicest homes in our town beternoon. A great- - many friends at- RMott said of him "A. McLean is Paul! Drug Ct. are ripping away on the Baker for Lebanon .on business. fore the summer months are the best informed man on missions tended the funeral. and Morrison timber. over. who is living." Miss Bartie Winglar and Mrs. Ozark. There will be the. unveiling of his Of course it is very draggy Minnie Brockman and eon John Saddle Horses Sell Well. Messrs. Dudley & Sons, our picture with' an appropriate program. We are having pretty weather, though our merchants are all en- Abner visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W efficient mill men continue to imThe life sketch of this man Is Injoying a reasonablygood trade. Jones last Thursday night. Mr. John B. Coffey and Mr. W. C. prove their plant here. They March came in gentle as a lamb. tensely interesting. VanHoy. attended the hig horse sale Z. TT WilllamV ' Sye recently erected a new Our farmers are busy but they When the bowels are costive the Mr. Maynard Wingler, of West at Lexington last week joont, near their rolling mill, seem to be farther behind with waste matter ferments, producing a Virginia, is visiting his uncle Mr. The total' number of horses of both At Hazard, Kelly Robinson, gaseous condition that is disagreeable W. S. Wingler of this place. an jfchat-wilbe .used for a room for their work than usual at this To trotting, and saddle classes, sold was 'remove the impurities quickly, a was shot and killed by Mrs. Sarah Fedder visited her f 31 for a total of $74,830, an average ifceir .planing .department. They time of year. dose of Herbine is needed. It does John Smith, Deputy Sheriff, who less thad 9226 per head. jure prepared to do all kind of the work thoroughly and 'pleasantly. daughter Mrs. Ralph Burton a of slightly Wheat is coming out andlooks Of this number 2C0 were trotters that in. turn was mortally wounded. few days of last week. work, preparatory for building Tery promjsing at' Price.Oc. Sold by Paull Drug Go. the, present sold for $41,000, an average ot$220, ' . Aftv. purposes. Mrs. M. E, Wingler made a fly- and 131 were saddlers, which brought State Examiner James will aek time. ing trip to Clye Cheeks last Wed- $30,830, am average of $23S. the removal ot the County Clerk, Limber iai Ctrl. Mn. CUvd Keltner continue Mr. Lander Bryant, who left nesday. The highest price paid Friday was of Bell County, uokee fee im m jreery critical condition. Her here two WMka ago for Colorado, Boxing, framing aad corn for sale. Miei Bartie Wingler it at home 110 for Janetta Dare, a btaok Mire prove the CMBBer ef fnesdf will not be lur-- wrote his mother that he arrived A. B. CorblB, Phone, 113-for a few dayi. She has beetrat. by My Dare, eubaiguti H. G. Mc- - hie office. GrdvHlc, mm . ." -- ld three-gaite- d -- - -- six-year-o- ld k -- -- -t to-J- -- -- a el er on-he- - -- , Higher-Critic- has-bee- Arch-Enem- y s, -- Medo-Per-si- a, SiQiJCjt&Jy KAT-SNA- P mix-in- sr f fifty-thre- -- im-"feeav- lns thirty-f- Rat-Sna- p Sat-Snap- ." - -- -- " l ex-conv- ict x 17-- lt L to "- - t f