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Tv. 7refinery people and - The entire personnel of the Bureau of War Insurance Brisk people is instructed to assist completing their applications for la compensation and to assist them in the adjudication of their claims in . accordance with the very liberal pro- yislons of'the War Risk Insurance -e ' The price of Somerset light of grade prices. grade found in .this crudeoil, the Julia Eubank. section, has remained stationary for Mrs. W. H. Wilmore-Critical- ly saveraldays past at $1.80 per barrel, the III. lowest 'price quoted for several years past, and it is hoped and believed that Mrs. Wjimore, who is very ill with.,' Creed Hood, and four brothers, one of the bottom in prices has been reached. pneumonia is reported worse. jfc.ct. 'All persons suffering Mr. L. W. Dale, Black-wellOkla- double whom is inn very critical condition. Mr. CL 0. Fink, drilling for the Co- homa, who Her children are. all at home with her disability which wasyaggravated lrom is prominently identified d Up to one year ago she enjoyed lumbia Development Company just with oil development in or accelerated by their service, dethat section, and her condition is very critical .i health, but at that time her lungs north of town, has been wrestling for serve and will receive the utmost con arrived here the first of the week havFavorable Report. became affected, and she gradually several nays past with a bad 'fishing" sl&efation. ing come for the purpose of making a failed until the final dissolution job, and44rilling operations there are survey of this territory with a view to Inasmuch as the' Bureau is partic- When quite a young girl she con- entirely suspended. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker, who ularly anxious to assist ail disabled operating here in the near future. fessed ner Savior, united with the - The Weod Oil Company are drilling went to Louisville last week, the latservice persons, it is requestedthat er Mr. C. P. Henderson, whose home Cane Valley Baptist Church, and lived well 25ot 1 on the Cumings Bros farm, the public at large advise any" "disabled is at Bowling Green, Ky., but who has ter to consult a specialist, got a vex? a devoted member'untllhe end. near Creelsboro, which is their first been located here for some months favorable report of her condition man who is not .familiar The funeral services were conducted development work iruthat field. They past with his tights to immediately file a to be in closer touch with this There will be no operation, and Mr. at the homo last Sunday dforeuoo'n in are near both the'McMead and Beacon territory, where he is interested in and Mrs. Walker will return home Is-"Claim for compensation. the presence of a large circle of rela- Companies, and they should strike few days. The Louisville office of the Bureau some valuable oil and gas holdings has pay" there. Driscoll will be brought to Columbia tives and friends, and the interment .. of War Bisk Insurance, the officers of returned'to Bowling Green to make Birthday Dinner. county, from-th- was in the Cox Graveyard. The de"The Day Oil Company, drilling on his headquarters for the present. the"American Legion, or the Bed by the Sheriff of Adair Louisville jail, and all the wit- ceased was not only'religious, but she the Granville Wllliams.farnST in the Mr. Henderson has made many friends men Cross will gladly give all information they desire and assist nesses for the State are expected . to had a sympathetic heart for suffering edge of Clinton county, near Creels-bof- here during his short stay in onr On Wednesday, March 9th, about persons in the be present. If the case is tried it humanity, and constantly prayed for all disabled have been tied up several days midst, and they regret he finds it nec- twenty three friends and relatives of Mr. A. D. Patterson went to his home the restoration of her brother, Cassius, bya bad break in machinery They essary completion ofithelr claims for com' will attract unusual attention to leave Columbia at this time who has been in a low state of "health him-- X GRAND XOUY. oppensation. I hope to be able to resume-drillin- g It is reliably reported that the next on Bomar Heights and gave Patter for many months. surprise birthday dinner. Mr. erations soon. few months will witness the installa Last Call. She is now relieved from earthly rson who has been ill for six weeks, and B. G. Redman, foreman; A. W. report comes from tion of two small oil refineriesjn this An unconfirmed pain, and the community in which she was much improved enjoyed the deli-cloClark, Tom Russell, W. E. Keltner, Dunnville that the Roy Petroleum territory, one at Creelsboro and the dinner which his guests provided For the second and last time 2 am Sam Grant, Roger Page, R. L. Cald- lived and where her influence for good Company, drilling on Damron's Creek, other at Bakerton, Equipment for and all had a delightful day. made poorer. 2folP& well, Ed Luttrell,. J. P. Reynolds, C. has beerrfelt, balling upon those indebted to in the northeastern part of .this, the Creelsboro plant is already on the May God watch over her little ones, btttham to call at the store and W. Young, J. fl. Moore, A. Hunn.y Adair county, have struck a good pay way, and it is due to arrive at its desand bereaved husband, father, mother PETIT JUKY. make payment. The accounts and Notices. and'the outlook is now very en- tination almost any day. This inforand brothers, is the wish of this pa sand books of the firm will be placed in the couraging. These people have had mation will no doubt be very interesthands of an attorney the first day of Garlin Weatherford, Jesse F. Bry- pers. All persons Shaving claims against enoughba,d luck there, in the way of ing news to the many operators of next month. Therefore, if you want ant, Isaac Hurt, Sam Barbee, J. H. water, this section, especially to those locat the estate of the late John N. Coo-ove-r, breakages in machinery, salt Paid List. to save cost, you must pay in this Rogers, N. H Moss, H. A. Walker, C. will please present the same caveJn: etc., to discourage almost ed on or near Cumberland river, as it t month. In the meantime I am selling Gowen, G. W. Ruberts, Jr., A. Daron solves the market problem in good properly verified at once. anyone, but they have kept right a large stock of gent's furnishiog nell, G. B. Collins, V. Leftwich, R. The following are new paldsubscrib the job. and they are due to find some- shajpe, which is a matter of such im Lillian Conover, goods at cost, and as good a line of L. Roe, Olie Bault, Jake Bault, Owen era and renewals since our issue T. A. Holladay, Admr.'B portance to the operators. thing- goocrisoon. fine shoes as ever offered to this trade. Absher, Frank Hadley, Harrison Tuesday. 20-Mr. S. L. Ginter, a prominent oil Athan Fletcher, Oscar E. Allison, Will Probated. The entire stock is general, including Stanton, C. R. Mitchum, W. L. Rusoperator," who has been located' here The second Quarterly meeting for a. big line of clothing, and you can be sell, L A. Neat, Mont Conover, 'J. K. Robertson, Edward Spears, J. B. for several months past, left the first the Columbia charge 11. E. Church Montgomery, Matthew Akin, O. V. furnished with .anything you need Cricket F. Burton, U. M Grider. of this week on an extended trip to The will of Mr. James M. Russell South, will beheld in Columbia, Cheatham, L. P. Scholl, Dr-O- . L. and at rock bottom prices." The RESERVES. California and other western sections. was probated last County Court. vening, March 20, 1921, and want bargoods are going and Luth- Norman, R. O Fulliam, Miss Katie 'H."GijQltex.has.not C. A. Thomas, T. O Keltner, He bequeathed to his nephew, Mr. been enjoying; the Conference will be held on gains call at once. er Ba'ily, W."P. Dillingham, J. W, Butler, Mrs. Cattle Willis, .."W." best at health ior sometime past, and W. B. Patteson, the home place the evening of the 21st. The Lord's " HadleyrAUle Harmon Geo". H. Nell, Page, E. D, Holladay, Anna D. Emerhe hopes to be. benefitted by the so- where he died and where Mr. Patte- Supper will bejadministered. Let tha Sdiyiving Partner son, Joe Barbee, Mrs. Josie Lasenby, ip journ in the west. He will retain his son resides. Itl Is a valuable piece of attend this service; Mrs. OHie Shivaly, John B. G.ranti 0. Resolutions. ; property. interests here and expects to return people generally are Invited and the Ptomaine Peisoning. ,P. Hendrson, L. K.,:Lawhora, J. W. Rus-Sel-l, S. and engage in development work in He madehls brother, Mr. J. O. T. J. Wade, P. E. $ Jones, &irs' Belle Tucer, Valentine f executo"r"of ' his will, without "The Columbia Methodist Church has thisterr!tory later on. Bryant, J W. Bryant. People out on Greensburg street, far Sale. experienced a loss, in the going home' The Palmer 011& Gas Company op- bond, and directed jbim to give his, Saturday night, became alarmed last the deceased's watchr to nis great erating on the Royse farm, two miles i'4 . of one of our loved and faithful mem Notice. A . when Mrs M. L. Grissom, her daugh- bers--Mrs C oi '21 Sam Breeding, who died out on the Stanford pike, have receiv nephew, Jo Russeilj :jr. He also di- - Choice Oats. 80ca bu. M ter, Miss Carrie, and son, Milton, and March 6th, 1921. As an expression- - of pasaon-a- l Also three stacksjof hay. ed anew string of lighter ..tools and ricted him to sell all his other w, OnTuesday, the 5th day of Aprll, 19-Hrs.Rachel Grissom, who was spending James Holladay. and, out love for her and our grief over her I92i: it beinglihe first aVof 'the reg thevare now- - running double 'towers property,'a. pay his debts, if there a night in the home, were discovered departure, we, the members of the ular April'term of tnIiJAfda?r 'FfscaT again, "after a shut down of sometime be any, and also hisfuneral expenses "The series of meetings, heretofore " to be dangerously III. Dr. C. M. RusseU The will was written-abothree Ladies Missionary Society offer these Court, 1921, the said Coni't? will electa awaiting arrival of a shipment, qf suii- announced, will start at the Christian was called and he decided that they Their water, supply- - has- weeks before Mr. Russell died, and church next Friday night. The sine resolutions: County Treasurer, tliatbeing the day Dlies were victims of ptomaine poison' or very unreliable within Ahe past was witnessed by Mr. S. --F. Eubank or arrived several days ago,, and has Resolved, That our church and Mis- provided by law for the election of a been indigestion. He administered acute sionary Society have lost a faithful LCpunty Treasurer. few days, due. to pump trouble, but a and Mr. John Lee Walker. a class. She will alsb lead to the afflicted, and in an hour or two new pump Is on the way and yaey exand loyal member; the community in in special music Easter Sunday, the-las-t Died at Tomoklnsville. the patients were better, and by'Mon-da- y which she has lived a congenial and All persons desiring to beelecteoT to pect to have everything running Sunday inlthis month. The minsuch office will file with said Court on morning they had all recovered useful citizen and her family a kind or before the date fixed for said elec- smcothlv aealnoon after it arrives Mr. --Virgil Jonigan, who was a son-i- n ister who will do the preaching,. Is At the supper hour, Saturday even and devoted wife and mother. law of Judge J. C. Carter, died at said to be able and zealous. He should tion, sealed bids setting out the terms Mr. Geo H. Palmer, president and ing, a can of peaches were opened, .all 2nd. That we extend to her family and conditions general manager of the company, is Tompbinsville Monday of last week. be greeted with large audiences. " under whish they will the family partakincr, and to the our heartfelt sympathy in their sad very optomistic over the outlook for He was 22 years old, a native of Tenaccept such appointment. ' peaches is attributed the cause of aome good strike in this field a no nessee, an 'excellent young business bereavement, commending them to For Sale. W. S. Sinclair, the affliction. Him who hath loved us and gave Him 21 Mt date. distant man, popular with all who' had the Judge Adair County. We are glad to report that the atself for us, and praying that her faith, The operations of Mr. J. B Doolittle, pleasure of knowing himr-- He leaves I have five or six good young horses tacks were not more serious than they maybe as a beacon light, leading Will be delighted to show you my on Cedar Creek some seven miles out a wife and one child, about five weeks for sle, privately, Also one gray we're, and that the patients at this line of beautiful Patterns from New on the Jamestown road, are progress- old. In testimony oMiis high stand- Percheon Stallion, 10 years old. Per-them to the portals above. time are not feeling any bad effects " 3rd. That a copy of these resolu York, designed by Mme now down ing, a very large number of friends at- sons needing stock will be given a barMeme and ing satisfactorily. They are tions be given the family and a copy Hme De Panne. Have the 'Harding nearly 800 feet after having passed tended the last sad rites, which oc- gain. Ladies Notice. feet of curred Tuesday following his death. through somtf seventv-fiv- e sent to the Central Methodist, and to Mrs. Lillian H. Conover, sport hat' and the Rainbow. Also the sand The pencil cave formation, is the local paper for publication, and 20 2t Postoffice Columbia, Ky. 1 have now on display the largest WANTED, a White Girl. Ajpply they be spread upon the minutes Daisy trimmed coque de roach. oil bearing strata due, and the next that Corn,small amount, delivered, $5.Ctt art nest select Millinery line I have of our Society, Julia Eubank. they are expecting to find "pay" to G'eo W. Lowe. : per barrel. See me for large quantities.. SsMissSallie. Field, ever bad. This line represents 4 there. The Adair Circuit court opened last Quietly Married. A. B. Corbin-Mrs. W. A. Hynes, .Mr. Elirio Pearce, the well known New York, Chicago. Lonis-ji- ie Markets: Monday, a large orowd being in town. Mrs. Mary Caldwell. live wire oil man from Blackwell, OkNaskville. lean show yon The term promises to b a busy one. Lrst Wednesday afternoon about'? Mr. Garnett Graves will deliver lahoma, who spends considerable of alfifcc New Colors in shapes and There are severalfelony cases, includspecial addresses at the Baptist;, 'Birthday Dinner. his time here, returned to Columbia o'clock Miss Polly Belk, a ing the charge againsfRaymondDris- Sunday. All are cordiaW braids, Harding Bine, Jade African on'Saturdpy last for an indefinite teacher of Russell county, a popular church next Irtwn. Orchid Porceiian, Coque, de . About fifty Wends gave Mrs. Effie coll, who will be Indicted as one of-- stay. He talks very enthsiastically young lady, and Mr. Clarence Taylor, ly 'Invited to attend.- the men who attempted to rob the rMcke, Nickie, Dock, Beige, candy Smith a surprise birthday dinner on regarding general conditions of the of Glenvllle, were married by Eld. F For Sale. Bank of Columbia, in January last. miniscteth, Moss braid, Batevia cloth, the 5th of this month It was a mag- His case is docketed for the seventh- - business, and he reports several prom- J. Barger, at the home of the ter. We do not know the plans of being , abapes in newest straws, Barn- nificent affair, the table country filled day Mondav week. Several witness- inent oil men from his section will ar the couple, but we take it that they Good buggy and afwith the best edibles the rive here within" the next few days. es f rom"Lebanon and three from Inyard, Visca, Wenchaw, Broom county. Also one Standard Oliver Typewriter. fords. After dinner several hours Some of tbem are driving through in will reside at Glenvllle, this earn, split Miians.two Tone Pea-jut- 's were spent in social converse, and lis- dianapolis are summoned to be here. cars, and they are coming prepared to The groom is a popular and industri Writer or phone, Albert Bryant, Ozark, Ky. Liserie and Milans, Leg-- f tening to delightful music, rendered There are also several local witnesses. spend sometime in this territory ous young man. Circuit; court opened Monday, x by Mrs Bessie Hancock and Miss Mat-ti- e For rapid healing, there is nothing where they can operate , on a much incus, etc Jerseys for Sale. large crowd belng in town. This JuHa Eubank. Bennett - It was the unanimous like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn cheaper basis than in the deep fields week will be consumed in trying Com-expression, "the day will be long flesh, heals cuts, burns or sores so of the west and southwest. qnicklyno time is lost from work. Reference was made in this column I have eight young Jersey cows for monwealth cases. ralan P. Coomer, son of Mr. and facethat-representativ30c4 "60c and ,$1.20. week-t- o Sold by last the Price, sale, some of them fresh. Tney are Fhlt Coomer, "who has been at -For Salt. n Adv of the 'Victor Refining & Dis- beauties. I also have six nice heifers, Paull Drug Co. for sometime, believing that Mr. T. Z. Morrow, State inspector, tributing Company, Nashville, had will be fresh in a short-tim- e. been called to preach, has en- - was here last veek. He carefully exTwo Ford touring- cars and Fool days in Cum Joe Barbee, Columbia, Ky.. tend the ministry and, will no'w be amined the records in all the county Matthew Overstreet, W. F. Grant, been spending several oMmylag J. Prees Miller, t !$ Racer. .iMitfJ for that high oalliag. He is offices, and upon leaving, stated that Charles Murray, Thoe. Pattoo, .Chap berland for the parpose section. .the Columbia, Ky. 2b3t It condi- man Browning, Ben Banks. C. R. cruie oil produet of that ia Columbia where he re- - he found them all in first-cla: , ,. wtth his parents for several tion, which sftffcks well'for ouxoouuty Hutchison make up the Board ef - Su- - ; ta now reliably refected that an agree-- SlBglftg at White Oak at 2"o'eloek,p ex-srvl- ' Carter and Commonwealth's Attorney A. A. Huddleston are now here and the business of the March term is progressing finely. Judge-Carte- r instructed the grand jury Monday forenoon and that branch of court is at "work. In delivering his instructions the Judge took up all the offences known to the law, and impressed upon the jury 1to do its dutyf to indict without fear or favor. The jury is composed of twelve good men and we believe they will do their duty. 1 All the Commonwealth cases before the court will probably be disposed of this week with the exception of the case against Raymond Driscoll, charged with being one of the men who to rob the Bnk of Columbia, that case being set for next Monday. Judge T.-lat-tempt- ed Last Saturday morning about o'clock, Mrs. was KEJIPEE. n Myrtle Grasham, who the beloved wife of Eugene Grasharn, died at her home three miles out on.the Campbellsville pike. She was 37 yearslild, and besides her leaves three children, an aged father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. hus-band;B- the operators of r that section whereby the. shipment of oil wULstart within the next few day?. It Is also reported that the refinery people have their own barges equipped with steel tanks for the transportation of oil in large quantities. This provides an immediate solution to the marketing of the oil of that section, and it is very gratifying to the operators along Cumberland river. See the Turtle teck in ftanyari braid. AJss the Barnyard salfors witii silk crswis. You will totii swpri' ed aid delighted with ray styles art k . I very-goo- a -- e ce o, ce us has-bee- n " y of-la- t s 3t Sunday-e- y if-y- ou -- entire-membersh- ! ;'; 3t ut - i " -- ) ad well-'khow- n -- harness'-almostne- w. x es - -- - 2l-3- 'vittt-kjMW- fi t 'officers. . '"-- . J . pervte&rs .' c , - aodlt is bow at were. -- meetbaa been reached betweea the swSyMh:sotr .'Auau, wiuuijjncwi;- - i.uw ?. . s y S f s.- - s X J"1 ' w" i - ay-.- ? " - 'K- -- - . .. . -.. :.. : Jh - ADAIRICOUNTYS NEWS X 'Aad whea-wlll - -- ...S& . . I .5 "Be T: . S VALLEY II OP THE f giants WXL I JBB ri 4 COPYRIGHT, Kf PETER S.KYNg . SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER Pldneer In the California Ted wood region, John Cardigan, afforty-eve- n, leading' citizen or Sequoia, la the wner mills, ghlps, and many acresS)f Umber, a widower after-thre- e years of i tf xaarrled life, and father of .Bryce Cardigan two-day-o- ld CHAPTER n. At fourteen Bryce of a vistie acquaintance andShirley Sumner,makes iter to Sequoia, his junior by a few Tears. Together they visit the "Valley of the Giants, sacred to John Cardigan, and Us son as the burial place of Bryce's tether, and part with mutual regret CHAPTER m. While Bryce is at college John Cardigan meets with heavy business losses and for the first time views tbe future with uncertainty. College, and a trip abroad, Bryce Cardl- san comes home. On the train he meets Shirley Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to , her home sakePennington. there with her uncle, Bryce learns that, his CoL father's eyesight has failed and that Col. r1 .Tennington Is seeking to take advantage of the old man's business misfortunes. CHAPTER. .V. In the Valley of the Giants young Cardigan finds a tree felled -- CHAPTER IV. After graduation from directly across his mother's grave. Indications are that It was cut down to secure the burl, and evidence seems to show that Pennington and his woods-bosJules Kondeau.'are Implicated in the outrage. s, VL-Dl- nlng Pen-aingt- CHAPTER with Col. and .his niece, Bryce finds the room paneled with redwood burl, conflrm-te- s his suspicions of Pennington's guilt. - In a diplomatic way, unpercelved by Shirley, the two men declare war. CHAPTER vn. Pennington refuses to renew his logging contract with the believing his action means bankruptcy for the latter. Bryce forces Rondeau to confess he felled the tree in the Valley of the Giants, at Pennington's or-- Atr. After punishing the maiC Bryce hurls him at CoL Pennington, who, with Shirley, had witnessed the tight Pennington is humiliated, and the girl, indignant orders Bryce to leave her and forget their friendship. He leaves, but refuses to accept dismissal. CHAPTER Vm. Returning to Sequoia. the train on which Shirley, her uncle, and Bryce are" traveling, breaks away from the locomotive, and Bryce, who could have escaped, at the risk of his life cuts out the caboose and saves them from certain death, being painfully injured In doing so. on do, and I didn't think you would contemplate anything that Isn't nice." "But I have every moral, ethical, and financial right to he a party to that M conversation, only? well you present there would be "With no conversation Is that It?" "Exactly, Mr. Cardigan." "And It is of the utmost Importance that you should know what Is said?'1 "Yes." "And" you do not Intend to use your knowledge of the conversation, when gained, for an Illegal or unethical purpose?" "I do not On the contrary, .If I am aware of what Is being planned, I can prevent others from doing something Illegal and unethical." "In that event, Shirley, I should say you are quite justified In eavesdropping." "But how can I do It? I can't hide in a closet and listen." "Buy a dictograph and have It the room where the conversation takes place. It will record every word of It" "Where can I buy one?" "In San Francisco." -- Will you telephone to your San Francisco office and have them buy one for me and ship It to you, together ' hld-den- In Cardl-K&n- s, with directions for using?" "Shirley, this Is most extraordinary." "I quite realize that May J depend upon you to oblige me In this matter?" "Certainly. But why pick on me, of all persons, to perform such a mission -- "council. CHAPTER IX. Molra McTavlsh. childhood friend of Bryce and employed in his office, 'makes Shirley's acquaintance and Hbe 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 bis through the bankruptcy of his enemies, contemptuously refuses. to her uncle, Shirley buys the Valley and the Cardigans have anew lease of business life. They interest capl-- v tal and decide on a scheme to parallel Pennington's logging railroad. CHAPTER X. Buchanan Ogllvy, railroad contractor and Bryce's college friend, Is decided on by the Cardigans as the man to figure as the builder of the proposed railroad. Bryce goes to San Francisco to meet him. CHAPTER XL Ogilvy ostentatiously begins work of surveying for the line, which is announced as a proposed through route. Pennington, vaguely alarmed, decides to block operations by making it impossible to secure a franchise for the line through Sequoia. In this he "plans to enlist the aid of the mayor, Poundstone. CHAPTER XII. "Buck" Ogilvy, as builder of the projected Northern '& Oregon railroad, meets Molra McTavish and is much impressed. Bryce his father make plans for securing a and for the line from the city ; franchise Un--knoCali--fornia "I can trust yoji to forget that you have performed It" " "Thank you. I think you may safely-.trus- t me. And I shall attend to. the matter Immediately." "You are very kind, Mr. Cardigan. How Is your dear old father? Molra told me some time ago that he was 111." "He's quite well again, thank you. It's too bad the circumstances are such that we, who started out to he such agreeable friends, see so little of .each other, Shirley." "Indeed, it Is. However, It's all your fault I have told you once how you ran obviate that distressing situation. But you're so stubborn, Mr. Cardigan." "I haven't got to the point where I like crawling on my hands and knees," he flared back at her. "Even for your sake, I decline to. simulate friendship or tolerance for your uncle; hence I must be content to let matters stand as they are between jis." She laughed lightly. "Soyou are belligerent still uncompromisingly still after Uncle Seth's scalp?" "Yes; and-- I think I'm going to get It I'm not.fightlng for myself alone, but for a thousand dependentsfor a principle for an ancient sentlfhent that was my lather's and Is now mine. You do not understand." "I understand more than you give me credit for, and some day you'll realize it I understand just enough to make me feel sorry for you. JE understand what even my uncle doesn't suspect at present, and that Is that your're the directing genius of the Northern California Oregon railroad and hiding behind your friendOgilvy.' Now, listen to me, Bryce Cardigan: You're never going to build that road. Do you understand?" The suddenness of her attack amazed him to such ah extent that he did not take the trouble to contradict her. Instead he blurted out angrily and defiantly: 'Til build that road If It costs me my life if It costs me you. Understand I I'm In this fight to win."" "You will not build that road," she v reiterated. -- for you?" bates me. Id paL" Two blocks farther on Mr., Ogilvy I "TkeColoHel never permits sentiment paused, and snapped his fingers vigor- - I softly, toae my son. He ously. "Eureka 1" "I've "The day I drive the last spike IB to Interfere with business, doesn't need the rails, and hedoes .de- got Poundstone by the tall on a downthe N. CS. 0." your money. Consider, thev. rail hill haul. Is It.a cinch? Well. 1 Just Tfell a silence. Then; Tja 'glad, sire proWem settled." fgiiess I should lell a man!" 'Bryce Cardigan, you're not a Utec "How 'do you stand with themayor He hurried to the telephone building Good-by"" food luck and don't forget and the council?" and put In a call for the my errand." She hung tip and sat at '"1 do not stand at all." San Francisco office of the Cardigan the telephone for a moment, dimpled w "That makes It bad." Redwood Lumber company. When the chin In dimpled hand. 'How Td hate "Not at all. The Cardigans are not manager came on thellne Ogilvy dicyon If I could handle youl" she mur- known to be connected with the N. O. tated to him a message which he inmured. O, Send your bright friend Ogllvy structed the manager to telegraph back Following this exasperating btft after that franchise. He's the only to him a the Hotel Sequoia one Hour Illuminating conversation with Shirley man who can land It Give him a free later; this mysterious detail attended Sumner over the telephone, Bryce handand tell him to- deliver the goods to. he continued on to. the mayor's ofCardigan was a distressed and badly-4.bnny means snort 0f bribery. I know fice in the city hall. ' worried man. For an hour he sat you can procure the raiis ana nave Mayor Poundstone's bushy eyebrows slouched In his chair, chin off breast them at- the Intersection of B and Warched with Interest when his secrethe while he reviewed every angle ater streets Thursday night If Ogilvy tary laid upon his desk the card of Mr. of the situation'.. He found It Impos- can procure the temporary franchise Buchanan Ogllvy. vice president and sible, however, to disassociate the. busi- and have It in his pocket by six o'clock general manager of the Northern Caliness, from the personal aspects of his Thursday night you should have that fornia. "Ah-h-- h !" he breathed with an relations with Shirley, and he recalled crossing in by sunup Friday morning. unpleasant resemblance to a bon of reasons Then let Pennington rave. He cannot that she had the very-bes- t who sees before him his favorite for placing their relations on a busi procure an Injunction to restrain us ylntage. "I have, been expecting Sir. ness basis, rather a sentimental one.-- !I from cutting his tracks", thus throwing Ogilvy to call for quite a while. Show For the present, however, It was all a the matter Into the courts and holdhim In." profound and disturbing mystery, and ing us up Indefinitely, because by the The visitor was accordingly admitafter an hour of futile concentration time he wakes up the tracks' will have ted "to the great man's presence and there, came to Bryce the old childish been cut The best he can do then favored with an official handshake of impulse to go to his father with his will be to fight us before the city coungreat heartiness! "I've been hopingto cil when we apply for our permanent have this pleasure for quite some time. troubles. to think without franchise." "He will Poundstone," Buck announced easily "Partner, It look's like a forlorn as he disposed of his hat and overcoat having his thoughts blotted out by a woman's face," Bryce soliloquized. ho$e," said Bryce. " on on adjacent chair. Buck's alert boy to- lead It And blue eyes opened wide In sympathy "Well, you're-th- e "He's like one of his own big redwood treesj his head is ajways mbove the, It w.111 cost but little to put In .the with his genial mouth, to deluge Mayor crossing an take a chance. Rememstorm." Poundstone with a smile that was .Straightway Bryce left theofllce and ber; Bryce, once we have that crossing friendly, guileless, confidential and sinwent home to the old house on the In It stands like a spite fence betweeu gularly delightful. Mr. Ogilvy was a knoll. John Cardigan was sitting on Pennlngton and the law which he man possessed of tremendous personal the veranda, and from a; stand beside knows so welhow to pervert to suit magnetism when he chose to exert It him George Sea Otter entertained him his ignoble purposes." He turned ear- and that smile was ever the opening With a phonograph selection "The nestly to Bryce and waved a trembling, gun of his magnetic bombardment for admonitory finger. "Your job Is to it was a smile that always had the Suwanee River," sung bya male quarkeep out of court Once Pennington effect of making the observer desire tette. He could not see, but with gets the law on us the Issue will not to behold It again of disarming susof the blind he knew. "WhaU is it, son?" he demanded he settled In our favor for years ; and picion and establishing confidence. gently as Bryce,came up the low steps. in the meantime you perish. Run "Glad you did mighty glad," the along, now, and hunt up Ogilvy." "George, choke that contraption off." mayor cried heartily. "I haVe read your Bryce took his father's hand. 'Tm articles of Incorporation, Mr. Ogllvy. in. trouble,1. John Cardigan," he said simIt was with, a considerably lighter You will recall that they were pubbig enough to handle heart that Bryce returned to the mill lished in the Sequoia Sentinel. It ply, "and Tm-n-- s office, from which he lost no time in strikes me " it alone." "Then you know exactly what we The leonine old man smiled, and his summoning Buck Ogllvy by telephone. smile had all the sweetness of a bene"Thanks so much for the Invitation," purpose doing, and any further expladiction. His boy was in trouble and Ogilvy murmured gratefully. Til be nation would be superfluous," Buck had come to him. Good I Then he down in a pig's whisper." -- And he was. Interrupted amiably, glad to dispose of would not fail him. "Sit down, son, "Bryce, you look like the devil," he dethe matter so promptly. Again he fa's and tell the old man all about It Be- - clared the moment he entered the vored the mayor with his bright smile, private office. and the latter, now fully convinced raised a young man of vast emT ought to, Buck. Tve just on the that here-jvaprise whom it behooved him to receive the devil and spilled the beans d In a and N. C. O.'V manner, nodded vigorous approval. "To whom, when and where?" "Well, that being the case, Mr. Ogll- "To Pennington's niece, over the telephone about two hours ago." Buck Ogllvy smote his left palm with his right fist "How did you let thr cat out of the bag?" "That remarkable girl called me up and accused you of'belng a mere screer for me and amazed me so I admitte that day be?" Very I 1 ""BuETie In awesome "'-- . e, long-distan- Pains Were Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of T. F.D. No. l, Biutora, hi., got rid ot her ills. "During I was awfully weak . . My pains were terrific 1 thought I would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower part of my stomach . . . 1 simply felt as if life was for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . - y - vi-va- nt -- ing the Birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar lo mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try. One evening, while read- be-ab- le TAKE - CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and myself thank God am once more bale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though. 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For - many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiar to women. ot lat-ter- s whole-hearte- public-spirite- d it" Ogilvy dropped his red head In slm ulated agony- - and moaned. Presently he raised It and said : "Well, it migh' have been worse. Think of what migh have happened had she called in pe son. She would have picked you pocket for the corporate seal, the com bination of the safe and the list of stockholders, and probably ended up by gagging and binding you in your own-- j Take Cardui J. 82 preclatlonforlhe encouragement given his enterprise and departed. Half an hour later the Mayor's tele phone-bell rang. Buck Ogllvy was "Don't Buck. Comfort and abuse what I need now." "All right What do you want me to do to save the day?" Is "Deliver to me by six o'clock Thursday night a temporary franchise from .the city council, granting the N. C. 0. the right to run a railroad from our "Sit Down, Son, and Tell the Old Man All About It" "Why?" ., v " "I - she ""You're wondering why I have4tele- jphoned to you?" " "No, I haven't had time. The sud-4eaness of It has left me morcLor-les- s " tnab. Why did you ring up?" wanted some advice. Suppose wanted very, very" much to know two people were talking about, feat found yourself In a position where iyoa- couldn't eavesdrop. What woul -- "Because shall hot permit you to. I have some financial Interest In the Laguna Grande Lumber company, and It Is not to that financial Interest-tharou should build the N. C. 0.,r "How did you find out that I was behind Ogllvy?" "intuition. Then I accused you or It and you admitted It" "I suppose you're going to tell your uncle now," he retorted wltherlngly. 'Onlhe contrary, I Two of the Five Councilmen Are for will comfort you the am not If It -least bit you Sale." have my word of honor that I shall When Moira had left him,"" Bryce not reveal to my uncle the Identity .of .was roused from bitter Introspect man behind The tionsby the ringing of the telephone. the both you and the N C. 0. annoy fact Is, me Uncle .Seth 'To his amazement Shirley Sumner was exceedingly. How lovely" ijverything him I "You're a wee bit surprised, aren't would, have been If you two hadn't saldteasingly. started this feud and forced upon me :juu,- Mr. Cardigan?" t f ''' a, poke soon." the task of trying to be fair and Impartial to you both. Forgive my slang, but I'm going to hand you each ' "Shirley h told her earnestly, "listen carefully to what I aru about to say: T lov.o you. I've loved you from the day I first met you. I shall always levef-you- ; and when I get around to" 'it,Tm going to ask you to marry rae. At present however, "that is a, right o not possess. However; the day eAYsedrop' he told het I fi l acquire tfce right T shall exercise thng Tflttf ...K,errfy. "That jfet a alcetklBg to -- wld't council will not ifrop a. cold chisel In the cogs. of the wheels of progress." anything stronger than a vagrant symMr," Poundstone had given no" such pathy, dad-- , for while she is eternally "No, I hate myself." assurance, but for some reason he did feminine, nevertheless she has a mas"Then you'll come. You promised not feel equal to the task of contra- culine way of looking at many things. In advance and no excuses, go now. dictinc this pleasant fellow. Ogllvy Her first loyalty is to her under in The news will be all over town by Fri- - continued : "At the proper time we fact she owes none to me. And I dare day morning; so why bother to keep aball apply for the franchise. It will say he has given her some extremely up appearances any longer?" be-- time .enough to discuss Inj plausible reason why we should be ""And before Bryce could protest Ogll- then the meantime the NC. O. plans a pubeliminated ; while I think .she is sorry vy had thrown open the office door and lic dedicatory ceremony at the first! that it must be done, nevertheless, in called the glad tidings to Molra, who breaking of grouna, and I would be. was worklngin the next room; wherea mistaken Impulse ot upon Molra's wonderful eyes shone greatly honored, Mr. Mayor, if you Is likely to let him dp; it" she would consent to turn the first shovel"Perhaps, perhaps. "Eliminate the with that strange, lambent flame. She ful of earth and deliver the address of, girl, my boy. She's trying to play fair clasped her hands Joyously. "Oh, how welcome upon that occasion." wonderfuU" she exclaimed. Tve alto. you and her relative. Let us conThe mayor swelled like a Thanksgivways wanted Miss Shirley to meet Mr. centrate on Pennington." ing turkey. "The bonorwill be mine," Bryce," -- "The entire situation hinges on tha.t he corrected his visitor. Water of his tracks on. Well, that's ''Thank you so much.-slCHAPTER XML. street" another worry off 'my .mind." With the "He doesn't know you plan to cros- stact of a prime minister Buck then Fortunately for the situation which spokeof the- magic .effect the building ' them, does he?" had so suddenly confronted him, Bryce of such a line would have upon the "No." "Then, lad, your. job Is to get your Cardigan had Mr. Buck Ogilvy; and growth of Sequoia. Sequoia, he felt crossing In before he finds- - out' Isn't out of the experiences gained In other convinced, was destined to become a railroad-buildinenterprises the said. city it?" of at least a hundred thousand "Yes, but. It's an Impossible task, Ogilvy, while startled, was not'stunned Inhabitants; be rhapsodized over the partner. Tm not ,AladdIh, you know. by the suddenness and Immensity of progressive spirit of the community the the order so casually given him by his and with a wave of his hand studded VI have to have a tranchlse fre-city council, and I have, to have rails." youthful employer, for he had already the waters of Humboldt bay with the devoted to the matter of that crossing ''Both are procurable, my son., masts of the world's shipping. Sud- the city council to grant you a the better part of the preceding night denly be checked himself, glanced at "Get to run a sandy oa the mayer," temporary franchise! tomojtoyr', aad consmmlBg so, He Buck soliloquized as he walked rapid- his vatch, apologised for buy year rails from PeaHlngtoa. ly Hptowa; "Now how shall procssd much of His Honor's valuable time, ex--. has a mile e track ruanlag ap Laarel wasiogged.out te sBeak.Bp en that oily. eld cwW bllad. pressed himself felicitated at knewing. creek,..and LaBrei-cfee- gin at the beginning and let me have all the "angles of the angle" Bryce obeyed, and for the first tlnn John Cardigan learned of his son's ac qualntance with Shirley Sumner and the fact that she had been present lu Pennington's woods the day Bryce had gone there to settle the score with Jules Rondeau. With the patience and gentleness of a confessor John Cardigan heard thp story now, and though Bryce gave no hint in words that his affections werp Involvedfin the fight for the 'Cardigan acres yet did his father know It for he was a parent. And hl3 great hear went out in sympathy for his boy. "I understand, sonny, I understand This young lady Is only one additional reason why you must win, for of course you understand she is not indifferent ,- to you." "I do not know that she feels for me drying yard across Water street at its intersection with B street and out Front street" "CertalnlyT By all means! Easiest thing I do I All right, old dearl Vm on my way to do my d dest which angels can't do no more. Nevertheless, for your sins you shall do me a favor before my heart breaks vafter falling down on this contract you've -- Just given me." "Granted, Buck. Name It" 'Tm giving a nice little private, specially cooked dinner to Miss McTavlsh tonight We're going to pull It off In one of those private screened corrals In that highly decorated Chink on Third- street Moira that is,- - Miss McTavlsh Is bringing a chaperon,- one Miss Shirley Sumner. Your Job Is to be my chaperon and entertain Miss Sumner, who .from all accounts Is most brilliant and fascinating." "Nothing doing 1" Bryce almost roared. "Why, she's the gIrL that bluffed the secret of the N. 0. O. out of me!" "Do you hate her for It?" res-taura- w - the line. "I beg your pardon for bothering you with my affairs twice in the same day Mr. Mayor," he announced deprecatingly, "but the fact Is, a condition has just arisen which necessita s the Immediate employment of an art ney. The job Is not a very import. t one. and almost any lawyer would io, but In view of the fact thaf we must, sooner or lateif employ an attorney to look after our Interests locally, It oc-curred to me that I might as well make( the selection of n permanent attorney now. I am a stranger In this city Mr.' Poundstone. Would It be Imposing on "What Can We Sequolans Do to Make your consideration if I asked you such a person?" You Happy?" "Why, not at all, not at all! De- vy," he continued, "what can we Se- lighted to help you, Mr. Ogilvy. Let quolans do to make you happy?" me see now. Cadman & Banes, with "Why, to begin with, Mr. Poundstone, offices In the Knights of Pythias Temyou might accept my solemn assur- ple, would be just the people, although ances that--desthe skepticism there Is Rodney McKendrlck, In the ,whlch for some unknown reason ap- Chamber of Commerce building a pears to shroud our enterprise In the splendid fellow, Mr. Ogilvy, and most minds of some people, we have- incor- desirable. And if I may be pardoned a porated a railroad company for the dash of paternal ego, there is my son purpose of building a railroad. The Henry Poundstone, junior. While-Henronly thing that can possibly Interfere Is a young man, his career In with the project will be the declina- the law has beea most gratifying, altion of the city council to grant us a though he hasn't had as broad an exfranchise to run our line through the perience as the others I mentioned, and" city to tidewater. And I am glad to perhaps your choice had better He behave your assurance that the city tween Cadman & Banes and Rodney pite y oni j Jl a L it self-protecti- -- jump-crossi- ng r - McKendrlck." "Thank you a thousand times," Mr. Ogilvy murmured, and hung up. "We thought so, Buck, we thought so," he "Yes, Cadman & Banes soliloquized. or Rodney McKendrlck may do, but Lord have mercy on the corporate soul of the N. C. O. If I fall to retain Henry Poundstone, junior. What a wise plan it Is to look up the relatives of a public official!-- . Well! Forward, men, follow me to Henry's office." Henry Poundstone, junior, proved to be the sole inhabitant of one rather bare office in the Cardigan hlock. Bucfc had fully resolved to give him a re talner of a thousand dollars, or even, more, if he- asked for It but after, one? look at Henry he cut the nppropria- tlon to two hundred and fifty dollars; Young Mr. Poundstone was blonde and frail; with large round spectacles, rab- bit teeth, and the swiftly; receding chin In of the terrapin. Moreover, he-'w- a - 1 f.il g Ia-da- ce I such a flutter of anticipation ovsearrival of a client that Buck- deduced' that the Mayor two thlngsr-to-had telephoned: Henry he was apt to have a- - client and that as a result of this miracle, Henry was In so fit stat to discuss the sordid subject of few Ergo, Mr. Ofitvy de and retainers. elded to obviate such, dlscsssic do ot in the. future. He hde4 Story: check for two htiadred 4 fifty jo wlt i & 17 k .' thjMajsr, yracefulljrsarprsss his ap ContisHd gm Pw . . o4 (I! 9 t? .- - ' 1 X vir ADAIR COUNTY. NEWS SCHOOL DAYS BIG $ G . STOCK & -,-- Of ,i. - CLOTHING . r S" y . ... " v Sff '. . '-- 9VrV V - X - $ $ $ MrrHKf e -- JC jk" ""' .&- - m Qow ready to supply-, young men,, old: meiraiid boys with clothing. , I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. 1 I can interest you in prices. If you need any ' ' . t ,- -- VL 'iujr t. t "V thing in this line, call at once. . f- mt v- - vwtfiri v iH wr --S. t i i XSK7 E. JV irmn f IV.A r-- T Old SXmtltnt flantfebuck . -- ine tfce.-fcKt- t TUIU? eetcbva.-tcd- same soul of a man Is IFIGGER. the of a coat er a the shirt. An I Agger the heart thet pumps life through his frame is the same under dl'monds er dirt. Fer his face may be homely an' tough be his hide an' busted the bridge of his beak. But the Soul of the cuss Is inside an' awaitln' its moment to speak. && BY DOUGLAS MALLOCH jr'l Copyright 4f n.T55tll. OH. ftt SHOESl SH0E5!! I THE WOODS THE SOUL.- - MbihjggPook Make yourselves nests of pleasant thoughts, bright fancies, satisfied memories, noble histories, faithful sayings, treasure houses of precious and restful thoughts, which care cannot disturb, pain, not make gloomy, nor poverty take away from us houses built without hands, for' our souhvto live in. John Ruekln. 2ny 'Stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought themrf v- x right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. - - ? : 2 SIMPLE- DESSERTS. various' forms CUSTARDS, In tapioca, gelatin and and fruits are all good desserts for the litFruits are stimulating; milk, eggs, and such combinations are nourishing, and These simple foods, when served In variety, will never betle people. come monotonous. ". Mock 8herbet Cook one-hacupful of minute tapteaspoonful of salt, ioca, one cupful of sugar and two cupfuls of boiling water, together until clear, using a double boiler. Add the Juice of two lemons aBout five minutes' belf one-fourt- 'way The Soul of the cuss is back, until maybe the lobster ferglts There is any such thing as a Soul in the shack to take note of his devilish fits. But amuck with the gang, on the long mooch alone, then it follows his footsteps to see; God Knows thet I tell what I know, fer my own It has risen an spoken to me. i i i 6 6 " tt - Zj i- n- ; lean also accommodate ladies, and young girls with thejatest styles in shoes. 6l.- . - - - - T l-- x 1 N- - ' r r ? ri. F : -- BUGGIES AND WAGONS. Rid) have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds a- It It fore taking from the fire," also the yellow rind of one lemon: Pour the mixIt ture on a platter which has been dipped in cold water. Assoon as the edges begin to jelly add two egg An' it knows all the. past, evry step of white? beaten stiff. Beat until light the road I have traveled the years thet and foamy. Serve very cold In sherare gone; In the springtime of youth it was there bet cups with whipped cream on top. when I sowed In the fields thet was , yellow with. 4&wn. Coconut Custard. the woods It has followed my trail inby my side an' Prepare a custard for cup custards, the town, it has stood at the bar. pour Into cups and sprinkle the top of my trail or It has followedhas Judged either up hill as each with a teaspoonful of fresh, down, an' of my deeds .grated coconut Bake in hot water they are. until firm. Chill before serving. e 80 It stood by my side In that old-tim- has risen an' spoken its speech by the light of the fllckerln' flame of the fire; has come with its voice where the lamps glittered bright on a mob thet was drunk with desire.-TeI know not the hour thet the visitor brings in the night, in the day, li Is near; has come when no step stirred the still- ness of things, it has come when a. hundred were here. r h affair when the night turned to red in my eyes. An' it knows Jest how much of my story was square an it knows Jest how much -- i i 6 t It matters nofwlfatyou need at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. on the farm, lean please you in the article and price. ,- -- WOODSON LEWIS GRJEENSBURG, w of Jt lies, Fer it saw the blow fall, atflt saw the steel shine, an' It saw the thing leap to its goal Tou can fool all the world with a yarn such as mine, but you can't tell a lie to your SouL (, 1921, Western Newspaper Union.) 0 i KENTUCKY. 3 3 THE ROMANCE OF WORDS "BOLSHEVIKI." of I have spit on the doors spit their law- an' have makln shops, I have laffed at the law; with their sheriffs an' I have drunk their cops, with my life played with as the stake in the draw. their I have traveled while streets In the glare were the of the sun, hot on the track all, shaken I have one, but them one shaken all but the the thet will never turn back. Fer the world may ferglt, er the world may not know, er the world it may know an' not care, But ferever beside me wherever I go still another walks close who was there. Yes, the deed may- be done an' the deed may be hid, may be Wd by the snows an' the sod, But the thing thet I planned an the thing thet I-- did one witness will whisper to God. They know me back home as a man who is dead an' who passed, in his checks as he should. An' I answer up here to a new name tasted thet in every way is as good. shaken the teeth I have past, fergotten of the hounds of like all men who the ds -- a big .thought Into the" fewest possible bodily from the "the term means the left or radical wing of the political party as opposed to the or conservative "menshevlki" element, "Bolsheviki" has been imported into America together LIFTED words. The literary man has a name for theseexamples of condensed wisdom. He calls them "epigrams." "Epigram" is an Interesting word. You can spend a useful fifteen min utes studying out in some good die--J tionarr just what it meant In the original Greek and how It came to have an entirely different meaning' in English. One of 'the most 'condensed and meaningful phrases I haye ever seen written or heard spoken was used by l a great editorial writer who boiled down a whole sermon into three words when he said "Repetition is reputation." That is sound, unassailable truth in the fewest possible words. Alongside that condensation of 'wisdom I have filed away in my memory statement that I heard the three-wor- d an advertising solicitor use the other day in convincing a prospective buyer of publicity 'that advertising would- be. the-- best possible Investment that he - If "telling Is selling" it is equally true that "Overtelllng is underselling." Nobody ever, permanently gained anything by wandering from the truth. Boasting is only a polite name for lying. Any buyer of men or merchandise would rather be surprised by finding X Colun biaJBarber Shop - - But I knowthet my Soul will be there at the last fer my Soul knows thet I am still I. (Copyright.) O die. THE CHEERFUL OTTO tlvsic floats ir xX the. win.dov7 My Ke.'evrt wkick Wc--s Is sootked by the. strains- - Tkey kvve Iiy so th"e.Tkrvl t-- victroK. next door. uS It ; - Hew He Feunri I V k "Hew did yoQ fluid that medlciae, prescribed fee you?" asked tee ioc-fi-c C eve ef 1r pattest. .' "Rather eacpeaelve. doctor," was If you have occasion to talk about yourself tell Just what you are. ; Give us Trial and be Convinced. If you find it necessary to sell your- self do not bargain for more than you can deliver. "Telling Is selling," but the telling must be the truth and the selling must be on the basis of turning over son who believed In a progresjust what you have agreed to of hav- demand! And she speaks more freely sive policy Instead of following ing the goods test 100 per cent of to another woman, and the other a reactionary course. Until woman understands better the usual what they were represented to be; the overthrow of ihe Roproblems of housekeeping. It works (Copyright.) O manoff dynasty, the Bolshewell both ways. viki did not number anarchists Used Years sJumiuiiiHUiuiiuiiiniiimiiiiuiHiiiiii'j: A rent collector Is in a position to and nihilists In their ranks. "know more than most persons about 1 THE GIRLONJHE JOB These disturbers of. the peace vacant apartments, various types of were kept under close surveilrenters, possibilities of development, could make7 How to .Succeed How to Get lance by the police and were givThese"were the three words he used? S Aheadr-Ho- w Make Good. E bargains. Thefe are really fine busito en no opportunity to ally themness opportunities in this line, and "Telling Is selling." - 5 women should study them. selves with any political organBy JESSIEOBERTS That comes pretty near reducing the S ization. During the chaos which statement of what advertising is to the iniiimiiniuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiuK After all, It is women who live in followed the death of the czar, fewest possible words and stating it .the home and who manage the homo. THE RENT COLLECTOR When It Comes to homes, women make the extremely radical element In "the simplest possible way. came Into control and the name the better agents and better" rent colENT collecting Is a branch of the lectors, and women are entering the Bolshevik fell Into disrepute To a greater or less .degree every The Woman's TobIs synonomous becoming real estate werk that appeals toJ with enthusiasm. with human being is an advertiser. d (Copyright) many young women who are Interest"red," the red "flag having been The man or woman, who dresses well . o ed In housing-- proftems, and several from time, immemorial the symadvertises prosperity; The mouth of the river Nile is 155 Sold Everywhere bol of lawlessness and disorder. The man or woman who uses the, such have entered It from settlement (Copyright.) work. The landlords find that women miles wide between the extreme proper words in the proper places and r.s shows a broad acquaintance with facts make better rent collectors than men, points on the Mediterranean coast. i.i that they get closer to the tenants, advertises education. The man with the light step, quick and that they promote a better underA Paris newspaper refers to movement unceasing activity, adver- standing- between the parties to the to v renting business. tises energy, probably ambition. Wilson as an apostle who drew Bent collecting is not a mere turnYon' say "I am a good Judge of human nature," That Is only another ing up at the first of the month with the sword to defend liberty and THE JOB AND THE MAN the jtight. accuthedemand for the rent. It Tvay of statiag that you are-a- n ,. , , Vetortaary Sikicm a4U4M a of a By F. A. Walker rate reader of thepersonal advertising interest of the landlord that the. Special attention given Disease h houses he owns be properly .run. and of Individuals. - The, campaign expenses incur, DomestJs Anlmak up, that undesirable tenants be kept TELLING IS SELLING we unconsciously "tell" ejected, and that the Ight kind get red Jby the Democrats Vof- Bvery day OSee at SehiJeoecl Mile of towa, es ourselves aSyertlsfe ouweiyee by oar right treatment. Weaehare good at g days of the last electioe. was "by jir"habits, by oar, coavr-mttee.- - gettlsg remits, la these direetieae. It road, INCHESB iaveatteea aad actions, A Jfeeryday we "wdowwiagly KlH5 ..! ii li A2.A .MrAMMaw. 91. 4Wa IM1 LUfVlfl. $62,980 and the RepuViieans; UK anaiitvaftiif UUimilJ. CW, VHHUf effert-saviatatakteg man ideas the I rent ; tt'fcs slte?wlip who iwvs j fiada audi to interest him wkea'fae succeed In er fail in 'seUiBg" or- - emtateihftrtlifr make er ftlferatioiis has t fetnae;- to Columbia, Ky. I hears another thinking; man, compress with many of the false and un-- v sound doctrines to which Its members subscribe. Originally the term was anal-agoto and had no more sinister meaning than "radical," as used in connection with British politics. A Bolshevik was one who opposed the conservatives not necessarily an advocate of arson and bloodshed, but a perus his purchase better than he thought it was than to discover that it failed to come up to what he had a reasonable right-t- o A expect X Sanitary Shop, where, both Satisfaction'and Gratification are Guaranteed. )K)Kil a x 40 s CARDUi R new-fiel- -- g Something Think About Is-t- o L. H. 44 Jones 3 " Ken-tueJcy- in time-savin- TV jf -- - m z "-- 'X . j, S Sr 4. '- - - V ' na - Tr, J THE AD4IR COUNTY NEWS -- Adair Coaivty Nevis i& that the institution will receive was made up before his marriage sooanallotment of f At Colam6iaL..Keivtacky. Cc.TO to California and start ,$5,000000 to-gfor distribution to farmers 4n business. It was hard for him Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. to leave the parential home, sevo -- "MRS. DAl,SY HAM LETT. &: "E TiiMii Ctty ,tc f Cebusbk u4 tt Post-office to "li tetr-- rt peest ef Adair We have'heard of no one up to mother, and after weighing' the the present who will Be a candi situation he doubtless concluded date to represent Adair and Tay- that he would marry'Mrs. Gaines ering his connection with his JF itered at the sallmmttcr. Colombo' as second ' JWEDN.MGH.16.J921. ., 5ubscriDUonTricejyEt2ana:2ndKEort6l Zob lor in the next Legislature. The candidate, whoever he may be, should be a - gentleman of character, one, who .carries .who will remain upon tHe? job if. sent to Frankfort. rThis is not' the year for "peanut politicians. t J' A. f$ All Zones ., Subscription due and FayableTin Advance r . Anneuncements. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce that jV. B. Patteson is a? candidate for -Sheriff of Adair county,Ksubject to tbe action of the Republican party, ,.'iixpressed at the August primary. 3fri X-"- v - Hon. Thomas H. Paynter.fwho Jjenfelt in every election. He We are also Supplied with served in both branches, of Con- iia veryvcourteous gentlemen, For County Judge gress, a member of the Kentucky jfessirig .very polished man- We are authorized to announce Geo. the Handsome ..T..Herriford a candidate fori Judge of Court of Appeals, and filled some nersandis" a very entertaining, ?tfcvfe Adair County Court, subject to other positions when quite a conveMtfonalist, a lawyer of Make. you need a. " ' t v- ttZ &L ,jfee action of theJRepublican primary - in biHwArmlin, who has avgood "$0 be help the firstlSaturday in Au- - young man, died atiis homeGood Wagon, we would 69, WordIor dverpone he meets; is Z Frankfort last Tuesday,-age- d J. a ' "KOi ne1 vl. f.t &. that characterof a good citizen . to You. are authorized to announce that The cause of his deathwas dud jWe ; & rsome- -l Trho has 'many warm ' personal S. Sinclair is afccandidate for to an operation performed Walter to the office of County time ago. Asa publi man he friends. ;. He was elected County .Judge of Adair county ,;subject to the ''Action of the Republican primary to had but little to saland was Attorney nearly four years ago, 1 rieheld the firstlSaturday in August. not widely known asKentucky making a very efficient and I ai faithful' officer, watching closelyv politician. FOE COTJNTY COURT CIJIBK. the interest of Adair county, Alleging cruelty ' and non sup iaving no "pets," but doing his Jr' 'We are authorized to announce Mr. "Bingham Moore a candidatelfor Couh-?t- y Mrs. Caleb M. Powers, has sued hisduty as ah offiical. Mr. "CofCourt Clerk of Adair County, sub- her husband for a divorce. They fey, with four years experience ject to the action'of the Republican live in Washington, D. C, and is better qualified now for theef 'party, as expressedj at the primary, Saturday in August. the home in which they have position than he was four years been residing belongs to Mrs. ago. He submits his candidacy, " We are authorized to announce Mr. Powers. Caleb is a native of feeling sure that his" party will .:CS. C. Keat a candidate for re election Knox county, Ky., anoV was endorse him, as it is the univerto Connty Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Re- charcred with dishonorable acts sal custom to endorse a candipublican party, as .expressed at the a long time before he was arrest- date, who has performed his primary, first Saturday jn August. ed and convicted for being impli duty, for the second term. The cated in the!murder of Wm. Goe- - partiality shown him in the past JX)R COMilONWEALTH'S ATTORIJEy N bel. is gratefully appreciated, and he ' We are authorized to announce that promises that should he be A. A. Huddles ton, of Cumberland Dato of Spain, was Premier elected for the second County, is a candidate for tl to the office of Commonwealth's At assinated, in Madrid, last Tues- term, that he will continue to be torney in this the 29th Judicial dis- day night while returning from faithful to the trust placed in his trict, subject to the action of the Rethe Chamber in an automobile. charge. The primary is about publican primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1921. A number of shots were fired. five months in the future, and He was an enemy of the working the intervening time before that FOR .JAILER. v class, opposed to all reforms, event is pulled off, Mr. Coffey We are authorized to announce had no respect for the United will avail himself of opportuniFrank Woiford Miller, of the Eunice States-a- n all round bad man. He ties to'ssee his friends" over the precinct, candidate for Jailer of has doubtless gone to a warmer county, personally presenting his Adair county, subject to the action of . APPLICATION FOR FREE TRIAL. -- the Republican primary, to be held in climat6 and theworld refuses to claims. In the meantime he asks August DEAR SIR: mourn. When such men are re- those who are for him to be dili ' I should like to hearfTNEW EDISON DIAMOND AMBEROLA in my home on moved from action Henrys Wat- - gent in his interest. a FOR CIRGTJIT COURT CLERK. free trial, understand that this places me under no obligation whatsoever. I only agree to try this terson's expression is fiftting. We are authorized to announce M. "All honor to the Devil, Hurrah instrument and to; advise you promptly in 10 days, whether I desire to purchase,it or return it. FROl EljZABETHTOWN NEWS. C. Winfrey a candidate for I should like fo have you send me, ,. . to the office of Circuit Coutt Clerk of for hell." V Adair county, subject to the action-o- f Model 50, Price $68.00 and 12 6foc Blue Amberol Records, mAn exchange asks, if there is &e Republican primary to be held " No gamer statesman ever reTotalValue $75.20. no hell where has business gone? the'first Saturday in August, 1921 tired from office than J. C. W. Model 30, Price $41.00 and 12 60c Blue Amberol Records. We guess it has gone up. Total Value $48.20. Beckham. He was for prohibi-tionan- d .FOR COUKTY ATTORNEY.. We are not dissappo'inted in proclaimed his principles Put a Cross in square opposite the outfit you desire to me at once, givingfull name & We are authorized to announce Jun- - from the rostrum. He was Harding's inaugural address beand, address. . . dus Hancock a candidate for County against woman's sufferage, and cause we did not expect much. I am agenf for the New Edison Diamond-DisPhonograph and Records. Call or write me .Attorney of Adaif County, subject to so voted in the Senate. He is f The inauguration was unusual for 15 days free trial in your home. Catalogue on request 'the action of the Republican party, to 'be expressed at the August primary to not a man who would surrender in one respect the retiring Pre5 I canf also furnish you with several other Standard Make Machines. Prices from $35.00. .be held August 6th. his convictions foroffice, His ident recieved more attention to $400.00. All Machines sent on free trial. Doa't fail to see me before buying, for I am, sure I can firm stand for prohibition prob- than the incoming President, FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. save you money. can furnish you records for any Talking Machine made. Mail orders promptly ably was the cause of his defeat Congressional electioneering filled. Record Catalogues mailed on request without cost to owners of Edispn Cylinder Machines. We are authorized to announce W. last November. Undismayed, he with Garden seed would be more Machines and Records On display at Russell & Taylor s Drug Store. A. Coffey a candidate iqx reelection to the office of County Attorney of he will opena law office and will successful if the dear people had For prompt service, mail all orders to Adair county, subject to tne action ef command as much practice as any confidence in the seed. the Republican primary, to be held any lawyea in the State. It is An earthquake shock was felt HERBERT TAYLOR, Columbia, Ky. the first. Saturday in August. ability that counts and Beckham in Washington the day after the has it to let. inauguration. The political shake-u- p We do not know what is hapis due later. pening down jn Barren county. The papers made a great deal Judge Ike Thurman holds that, ;The Glasgow Times has not of noise over the marriage of reached this, office for six weeks. ,Winstpn Phillips, aged 20, to it is not: unlawful' to give a man elected on the demerits of thfr show that it is better to punish Cold settled fib. the muscles of the a drink, but the practice is quite than to try to reform neck, arms or shoulder makes every Mrs. Ella K. Gaine3, whp is in fellow who is running" againet-crinm- als obsolete as liquor is too scarce movement painful. - Use 'Ballard's Farmers who are in need of ner 43rd year, both of Tjouiaville. them. Trnii to give away. money to operate their landsl Snow Liniment, it relieves trie pain The bride has four daughters by ''Two murders have recently awist-,aoc.- -f We would give thi little piece will oon be "able to get Cone and get my prices ptx buggies asd relaxes th mueclee. Thre sizes, her firat husband. Thillipe' was of advice to all our county candiin Kentucky by and Farm Machinery. rora the Louwville Federal 30c, 60c asd 8J.20. Sold b? Paull "" Mid tender, and hk mind dates: You arenot gofn paroled convicts which go to S. F. EuWak. Drug Co. e IBd ,$aak. , It ie aanouMtd are authorized to announce that a candidate for Sheriff-jAdair county; subject to the action pfthe Republican party,;expressed at f Seo. Coffey is and take her with him to the Golden Gate and by so doing he would not only have a wife hut a mother also; that he would,, need of one who had the advice-annurtured and reared children, caused him tor take a mature woman instead of an inexperiencA't the" District Conference of ed girl! the Danville Southern Methodist By reference to our announceChurch, held last week, the li ment column will be seen it that cense of Curt Jett to .preach was "Mr. W. A. Coffey is a candidate revoked: ' Jett playecfahe church for to the office of racket, got out of the penitenti County Attorney, subject to the ary for murder, and has married action of the Republican party, twice since he was given his expressed at the August primafreedom, twice divorced, and is ry. Mr. Coffey is one of the now silenced from attempting to Tbest known men in Adair. He save souls. Curt ii a murderous has been prominent in the affairs criminal, and that is all there is of his party since he reached his to him. majority, and his influence has d re-electi- Attention Farmers! i t i is - .iapferff- & ! i - JO'-- "- . chinery, Plows, Etc. Also ' Seed. We have Everything You Need, and can furnish you at the Lowest Figures, ; us- The Season has Arrived for you to Purchase your Ma- -- - Buggies and Wagons fr -- ;fce August primary. i -- . Wr .. Buggies, very A Best . si rV Ji; Jike t -i?-a- $,;.. If Farm Furnish 're-electi- on . mm ig . Davis Hardware Co. mmmmmmmmm immmmmmmmmmmm Mr. Edison's Wonderful - snl 1 nomi-nated-a- nd New Phonograph Sent On Trial. ' - and-ma- il -- -- c , I- - -- 1 - - been-committe- d to-b- 19-- 3t Adr. v s .1 v '. , I 1 u t .x diC.-- . Jifi ' S- t v- ' f PERSONAL :Sj98 Op&l Shlvely, who haa been some, Jise- - V THE ADAIR COBHTY NEWS was here last week, looking after unsettled business, and. meeting many of hfs old friends. Mr., A. D. PattesoD, who has been confined to his room witH rheumatism forsix weeks, was aple to be out a day or tw of last week. , His friends hope that he will againVbe himself in a very short time. ''-- k F. A Rosenbaum, T, A. Holladay, Mont Conover and G. "F. Sttllts left for LouisvIlle.Monday morning, having been summoned to serve on Fed-era- l juriesi-egTrifirst named will serve on the' grandury; la Memorlm. Mr. Marvin OIlie Conover,, who was born October 18, 105,, qiiite sick is better. Mr. Jo M; Eeed. who was quite sick 'hat week, has recovered,, . departed this life. December 28, 1920. .Marvin was the beloved r. so&of Mr. and Mrs. Mont ..He was endowed with a noble character, earnest and life's activities, an obedient son, who was loved .and respected. Dear p&rents,may the dark clouds of gloom be lifted and a loftier and brighter hope of blessed .reunion meet, Con-oveper-severingin Mr. W. H. JllddlfttoD,fHddgenyl!e, was here last Thursday." Mr. W. H. Eubank returned to Louisville last Thursday'. -"? .- RUSSELE & GO .: J3? "?$& WU'I 3 EASTER STYLES IN MEN'S WEAR " XV4J m Miss Letitia Faull is now at home, her school having closed. ., Mr. Prentice Gibbins, Amandaville, was in Columbia Thursday. "Mrs. Etta Caldwell was quite sick GOOD BLOOD several days of last week. Miss Sallie Ray Wilson was quite NEEDED IN sick several days of lastrweek. Mr. L. Holzer, Louisville, was at SPRINGTIME the Jeffreies Hotel last Thursday.' Chas. M. Purdy, Esq., Lexington, People with Poor Appetite. Bad was in Columbia a few days ago. Mr. W. T. Short, Richmond, made a Complexions anrJ "Spring 4 business visit tq this place Friday. Fever" Need a Blood Mr. C. J. Davidson, Creelsbofo, had Tonic business in Columbia last Tuesday. Mr. H. V. Cravens, Russell SprlngB, X ' " . - ' Wilson Bro's. Scarfs Rich, quiet patterns hand made , from French, Swiss and Austrian silks $2.00 Similar effects in fine domestic silks $1.00 $1.-5- 0 you. was in Columbia a few days since. Mr. H. O. Brannum, Lakeland, Ky., was at Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. Hr. R. C. Borders, Dampbeflsviller was here a few days ago, taking orders. giMr. Oscar Fair, Liberty, a commer- cial traveler, was here last Wednesday. Wade Helm, who is employed at was here last Tuesday. . M. Abell, Lebanon, made J'jsgMr.-Thosbusiness visit to Columbia last week. Mr. L. M. Young is improving, and ,tfur Information is that he will be out Cm r- Dear Marvin, with memories P tears for you in sadness flow. We weep today as when we wept for you a few months ago. g Death took us, and we are left here to mourn; But we hope to be reunited, when we meet before Gods throne. Our hearts are sad and lonely, IS REST GUDE'S the home tie is broken, oh! we no longer know the pleasures of Vital-1tHakes Rich Red that happy home of just a fe,w and Increases Body's Resistmonths ago. But by the g'race ance to Disease . of God, some day, dearest Marvin,, we hope to meej you faster Spring is the time when good blood " has-bewon. is so vital to health. If you do .not the victory, An Aunt. feel the thrill of Spring in your blood, you-from PEPTO-MANG- 8B3W3h H0SRSBPmj2te, 'jS&mgSSm 9 ajfek &$KBM&&3KBKm S&BBE& ffiSflBbjIHfiBfiH J1 r' ; ' tc' . W and $2.00. - jgjHf fiftjlf WKtS i :; . . i Blood-Ren- news y en SQon. ' take no pleasure in living, if your appetite is poor, your complex ion pallid or muddy, and you tire eab ily, you can be pretty sure your blood is not up to the mark. So many feel that way in the Spring. Especially If you '&r- - How Would You Like to See Wilt' Irvin Nerbood (Pa.) Saw ? "One customer told me that after using cie large package of he got FORTY-EIGH- T dead ratsl How many more dead he couldn't See. he doesn't know. Remember rats breed fast and. de. Btioy dollars' worth of property. U 35c, 65c, 11 25. ' Sold and guaranteed by ff Rat-Sna- p, - Mr. R. L. Durham made a business trip to Greensburg the first of last week. Jilr. R. J. Lyon and Mr. T. W. here, from Campbellsville, Monday. . v Mr. Rollin Browning, wife and little son, Louisville, are visiting in the Calli-sbruwe- housewives who have so much work andun-dow- n to do. They get over-tire- d their blood becomes weak and CGfilSB-lHiHBiHMBHHHHl Our store is filled with thnew ,,'r' 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 irr ,, 'Perfect Shape. Also large stock ' f of Ladies Eeady - to -Wear Goods -- s 0 1 18? . rill . Furnishings, fec. -- . Pau.il Drufl Co.. re thin. " Davis Hardware Company Audry the little son of Mr. and Mr?. Aquilla Darnell, who was accidentally struck with an ax a few days ago by a brother, is doing nicely. The blade of the az struck his foot just aboyer; .the heel, severlngHhe ma'in chordThe boys were'playlng. Drs. Flowers and O. P. Miller'dressed the wound. "071 VT J' avi T. county. 4 - s. s Mr. L. E. Young, who was ..quite sick several days of last week, has re covered. Mr. TST. B. Faulkenburg was here last Thursday? en route to his home, Jamestown. Mr. JFrankP. Balmon, New York, was registered at the Jeffries Hotel one day last week. who is employed at Evansville, Ind., is with his family here at this time. Dr. W. J Flowers returned from a professional visit to Louisville, last Wednesday night. . Build up youriiealth now by taking that splendid Spring blood tonic, Gude's It will give power to the red corpuscles in vital your blood... They will go racing through your blood, carrying fresh supplies of oxygen to all the tiny cells. It will help improve your color and your appetite. You'll take more interest in things and enjoy life more. You will stop going around with that feeling. tired, Physicians have subscribed Gude's for thirty years. You get it at your druggist's in either can tablet or liquid form. Take whichever you prefer. They have the .game medicinal value. Get the genuine. Advertisement. Fepto-Mangaall-goPepto-Mangan jy v Prices Are Lower Than They Have Been For Four Years: The old Educational Board went out of office last Saturday week. The. new Board was. present, organized and elected R. L, JEtoe, Chairman and U. L.Antle, Vice Chairman. The board , WANTED will again meet the 21st of this month for business, but. not to elect a Super- - Fox or Coon Hounds and Bird Dogs, Knifley. Cane Valley. lntendentr "Rat-Sna- p Mr. L. M Mitchell,-Campbellsvill- e, was in Columbia a fewdays ago, tck-in- g orders for suits. Mrs. Mary Cheatham, who wasdan-gercuslill several days of last week, is considerably better. Mr. Hersciiel Taylor, who has been employed at Wadsworth, Ohio, returned home last week. Mjsb Catherine Willie, who is in school at Campbellsville, spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mr. T. Z. Morrow, State Inspector, was here last Thursday, running the Tiooks of the county officers. y rfOJ2KLH ao and Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. ,, (jjJRATSAVjsNjjri Writes IrriaNerhood, Pennsylr&nia He says : "After usinff'one Iarea riackajre. P we counted 43 dead rats." kills 'em, dries up the carcass, and leaves Comes in convenien size cake3 ; no mixing with other food. Get a package today. Three sizes : SSe for kitchen or cellar : 65c for chicken house or corn crib; $1.25 for barns and outbuildings. Your money back a sax-sna- p doesn't do the woik, BAT-SNA- Kills 48 Rats" Mrs. Will Grant Ozark, this county, has in her yard an orange tree that bears every year. Last year she gathered 125 ' from this tree mugh finer Chan those you buy in the stores. The tree is full at this time and the oranges will soon be ripe. that can stand the test afield. Discribe ' wal you have, first letter. Roy, who lives near O. S. Evans, Somerset, Ky. Res. Phone 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A Dr. J. N ferell The healthHof the community is very good at present. Mr. and Mrs. John Christie, who have been on the sick list for some time is better. Died oc the fifth of March, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Corbin, name Julia Mae. Mr. J,. 4D. Lowe Ruell Edrington, whohas beeri living in Louisville for sevi zal "We only Bought Rat Poison Twice,'.! writes Jesse 5mithJ N. J. 'I threw the first kind awayj couldok be Bothered nixing it with meat, cheese. Then I tried SAY. that's the stufl! It comes in cakes, all reacty Rat-Sna- p. touse. Asditsuredoeskillrats." 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Paull Drug Co... v, Davis Harkware Company Mr. L. W. Tuney and wlfer(nee MissCorinne Breeding,) returned to their home, Danville, Jast Wednesday. Miss Frances Strange and her broth, er. Sanford, were victims of the mumps last week, keeping them out of school. Mr. E. O. Stone, Danville, a traveling salesman, who has. many friends in Columbia, was here several days of last week. Stanley, the little son of Mr.- - and Mrs..E L SInclar. the one who soils the Grit, was dangerously ill last Sat urday night. Mr. Levi Morgan and wife were very much alarmed last week, two" of their children being critically 111. When the bowels are costive the waste matter ferments, producing a A Splendid Offer. gaseous condition that is disagreeable To remove the impurities quickly, a Here is a proposition we make to dose of Herbine is needed. It does readers who want a city paper, but do the work thoroughly and pleasantly. not want a daily; Price. 60c. Sold by Paull Drug Co We will furnish the Adair County Adv. . News and the St. Louis Twice-awee- k Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in Kentucky. To subscribers living in - Davis Hardware Company i other States Baby Chicks Barred White Rockshlch-laylntr $2.40. k -- v Globe Democrat The Twlce-a-weeis one of the best and newest papers published in this county. We do not VS:1' know how long this proposition will hold good, therefore, if you want the Evangelistic meetings will startrat p'apers, call or send in your subscrip the Christian church, Burkesville -- . tion at once March 20. JRev Thad S. Kinsley, a Evangelist, will do the preachMiss Maud Bradley, who is emploj-e- d noted ing. Every body cordially invited. by Mr. E. L. Sinclair, met with a RY, Rhode bland Red White Leghorn flocks. At From reasonable prices, wlUi safer arrival guaranteed and , all. charges prepaid to toot door. Free circular sent on request. Roelcs r very painful accident last Thursday Miss Martha GrlBsom, who is teachThey' are better now. afternoon. She was feeding the job' ing in Hillsboro, New -- Mexico, was Mrs. Helena Williams, whose lire press when her right hand was caught thrown by a broncho one afternoon was" in the. balanace several weeks by the platten, injuring it so as to last week, and very severely bruised. ago, is nowsltting up, a statement we keep her from work for several days. Ho bones were broken, however. ' pleasure in making. take Mr. J. D. Toddjwho had just recovMr. John Kelsey and wife, Mr." ered from a long spell of illness, went Watch, your children for symptoms GlenvUte, Charles Keiety and wife, of out in one of his lot?, last Thursday, of worms, They undermine the been engaged in "Virginia who have and was run over by ahorse and was health' and., breed sickness.. Use, for sometiT returned home last considerably hurt, He had tb again Phltse's Cream Vermifuge. It exgew Thursday." worse and restores Jieait&'ABavifer. take his bed. thie, Mr. M. A, Uewky, lqxmtlj Price, 35c. Sld by Paull Drta Co. ; ,cotiyi'wwf Peeafa Beto, The Adair County News $1.50 -- I. M.MI Jfc- - was in our midst.one day last week. A serious accident happened Office, Front Rooms Jeffries B'l'dg. to Willie Yancy, the little son of Rev. Yancy, last Tuesday. Mr. UP STAIRS. Etzel Dunbar and Miss Ina Hovi- ous were practicing target shooK" COLUMBIA, KY ing when one bullit went asteay hitting the little boy in the thick part of the thy and -- passed PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE through it. This should be a BESTJS NONE TOO GOND warning to people to be careful Are always the most enthusiastic concern- - where they shoot. ing the excellence of our Mr. Etzel Dunbar-spen- t 'a few Dry Cleaning And Dyeing days of last week with his sister. Ve have one of the most efficient Mrs. Willie Brockrrian of Abaher. Remodeling Departments Misses Hilma and Esther Bry- h! the. country. Furs 'transformed into 7 the mode very quickly. Men's and ant, of Casey Creek visjted rel women's garments altered in any. way atives at this place a few days desired. ' of last week. ' We .dye fur skins and remodel them r, Miss Ella Htimpheries of way. rv visited her sister Mrs. We tailor make men or ladies' 'suits $50.00 up. Latest styles. Thelbert Walker, of Casey Creek '"' last week. TEASDALE . Walnut Sheet " Miss Edith Chelf and Mrs. Cincinnati, Ohio; Zelma Morton went to Louisville Two very learned discourses were last week and bought their new delivered in the Presbyterian church, supply of spring goods. DENTIST years, has bought the Euuene' Rice's property and has moverJ here to mak his future homE. E. CPage made a busnies trip to Louisville last week. T. 1. Smith is buying tobacco paying good prices for gcocjf fr bacco. 4 -- : m ' Sublett Bros. are shipping carload of hogs every two weelre. Bill Hancock has rented me Willis Hutchison farm and is moving along nicely with new woman-- . Cane Valley has lost out for the past 10 years. 20 residences-havbeen torn down. The population has. decreased 6& W deaths in the past five years :suitfc only two births. e iu. " . Miss Alice Defeverstise- sanV - -- who was born and reared taa? the Egypt churchy was married last week, to Mr, J. P. Mitcnum? in Nevada, Mo. She was Ab-she- in-a- ny niece of Hardgrove Mitchunj,. who was a teacher in the Gi'iTis- tiatf College, in Columbia uc v.be? eighties. X . . "r 3 . ; 625-62- 7 9 Better Than Trarie Foe R&fsj wntas Adaw jpmeCe i They say: km the rstnnttertakeB are as nsyafcvw RAT-SNA- t P. r- Hart, last Sunday fore- Mrs. Bill Irvine ia very low "at noon and evening; He is awonaeriui Bible student, making his. points this writing. forceful and olear. He is a Greek scholar, and hie explanations of the Tie basket ball tem of the meaning of the scriptures are exceed-isgh- r intetettiBf and valaubteto Kentucky University, by dfeat-i- n thikiag people. HJeBexb appoints th Gtwfia 'Stitt, bioapif steat here is Ut the seoeod Soadayja 1 the chimpioM of the South? by PvevLi. B. 1 P sarekiUflr: Cubm wil7 for 'haa tearMoatrtade' Ort8eeK-mBU- l raa Tkne abMt S tic fbe'e 'im; e m r ekMMB 7nl:StJt SMmlt start BBmniwy, fcka Di Hiiftrwrt Ct y 4 -' w- -- , s-j- t ffT il ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Contmoeti f real " Page 2. I . MX" I fcra. which lift, wrote out on. the spot; and with his bright winning smile r&- 7 iarlced: "Now, Mr. Poundstone, we v ill proceed .to- business. That retaln- admit, - ' Ijr.lsn't a Iarge-e- I you butjaetWeh today. Later, is the JobJ have for 'tf need of your services .on a larger scale shonld develop, wefihall of .course vexpept to make a new arrangement whereby you will receive the customary ' retainer of all of our corporation at-tc:ieys. I trust that Is satisfactory'" "Eminently so," gasped the young disrlpie of Blackstone. Very well, then; let us proceed to business." Buck removed from a small g bag a bale of d"fmnents. "1 have here," he an- . . riounced, "agreements from landowners 'along the prcposedright-a-f way of the N- O. O. to give to that company, on "" domnnd, within one year from date, - satisfactory rights of - .woy which are minutely described In, the said agreements. I wish the deeds prepared for signing and recording at the earliest possible moment." "You shall have them at"thls time Henry promised. The head of Henry Poundstone, Junior, was held high for the first time sliifo he had flung his modest shingle to the breezes of Sequoia six months before, and there was an unaccustom- pale. ed gleam of importance eyes as he rushed lntohis father's "office In the city hall. e, legal-lookin--- deeds-coverin- gs -- around and howl all be" wants. We're not letting, a chance like this slip by us without grabbing a Henry. handful of the No, sir not if we know it" "Ypu bet I" said Henry earnestly. Thursday morning; - At, eleven-thirt- y young ienry rounastone, naving worked the greater part of the previous night preparing the deeds, delivered both deeds and franchise to Buck Ogllvy at the latter's hotelT "It was with difficulty that the latter could conceal his tremendous amazement when Henry casually banded him the franchise. True, he had slipped thnt fake telegram among the contracts as Jmit for Henry and his father, but his fondest hope, at the time he conceived the brilliant Idea, was that Henry would show the telegram-t- o his father and thus Inculcate In the old gentleman a friendly feeling toward the N. C. O. not. unmixed with pleasurable anticipations of the day when Henry Poundstone junior, should be one. of the most highly prized members of the e corporalegal staff of-- a can tall-feather- coe public-servic- ,' - -- In-hi- s By Jinks, Dad," he exulted. 'Tve booked a fish at last and he a whqp- per. Head this," and he thrust a it'legraph-forunder the Mayor's nose. The latter adjusted his glasses ami read: yel-!mv m -- - "Imperative building operations commence Immediately.. Local skepticism injurious and delays dangerous. We must show good faith to our New York friends. J. P. M. insists upon know-in- : promptly where we stand with 'Sequoia city council. See them im-medlatel.'- - "'' vnn temporary franchise, If possible, to enable us to cross ' Water street at B street and build out Front street If your Judgment Indion permanent francate no hold-u- p chise, commence active operations im- Bejliately upon acquisition of permanent franchise. -- tion. Wiien he could control his emotions, Mr. Ogllvy gazed approvingly upon Henry Poundstone. "Mr. Poundstone," he said solemnly, "I "have met some meteoric young attorneys In my day, but you're the first genuine comet I have seen in the legal firmament Do you mind telling "me exactly how you lrocued this franchise and why you procured It without explicit - orders from me?" Henry did his best to look puzzled. "Why," he saidp'you left that telegram with me, andI concluded that or you regarded it as else had forgotten to mention It 1 knew you were busy, and I didn't want to bother you with details, so I Just went ahead and filled that order for you. Anything wrong about that?" ry , company to start a timber "boom land' And that Is" something the unload. does Laguna Grande Lumber-companot view with favor, for the reason that one of these bright days tbose Trinidad people will come to their senses and sell cheap to us. Telebe. satisfied. phone the San Francisco office to have the detective agency that handled the longshoremen's strike job for us send a couple of their best operatives up on the next steamer, "with Instructions to report to me on arrival:" When the operatives reported, the Colonel's orders were brief and explicit "i want to know all about a man named Buchanan Ogllvy,. who Is up North jsomewhere procuring rights of way for the Northern California Oregon railroad. Find him. Get up with .him In the morning and put jiim to bed, at night Beport to me dally." Reports yielded the Colonel nothing until the first day. of Buck's return to Sequoia, when the following wrlti ten report caused the Colonel to sit up and take notice. It was headed: "Report of Operative No.. 41," and it ny However,.-to""besureTlsct- o f6rcarry"'lts monumental bluff to the point of building a mile of track through town. . . . No no, they wouldn't spend that much money on a bluff; they wouldn't bribe Poundstone unless' the road was meant And was tit a common carrier, after all? "The trail was growing hot; the Colonel mopped' his brow; nnd.concen-trated T ,' The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL" .. "Ogllvy in his" room until 12 o'clock noon. At 12:05 entered dining room, leaving at 1 p. m. and proceeding direct to. office of Cardigan Redwood Lumber company. Ogllvy remained in Cardigan's private office half an hour, read: -, "Certainly not It's perfectly wonderful. But how did you put it over?" Henry smirked. "My dad's the engineer," he said bluntly. 'If thirty days ain't enough time, see me and ni get you thirty days more., And In the meantime nobody knows-- thing about deal. I figured Colonel Penyou at that nington migh try a this-littl- e k "HOCKLEY." crossing, so I " Buck Ogllvy extended hlsband in benediction and let it drop on Henry This telegram, as the Mayor observed, had been filed at San Francisco tubsequent to Ogllvy's visit to hm that afternoon. "Ah-h-- h I" breathed His Honor. "That Recounts for his failure to bring the natter up at our interview. Upon his n centra to the hotel he found this and got busy at once. By Tnpiter, this looks like business. Henry, how did you come into possession of this telegram?" "It must bave been mixed up in the documents Ogllvy' left with me. I found It on my desk when I was sort-to- g jjut the papers, and In my capacity ef attorney for Hie N. C. O. I had no hesitancy in reading it" "Well, J do declare I Wonder who tele-graiHorU-leyJs.- " Poundstone's thin shoulder. "My dear Poundstone," he said earnestly, "I am not a man to forget clever work. At the proper tune, I shall " He smiled his radiant smile. spent another halfjiour conversing with young lady In general office. Young lady a brunette. O. then returned toTTotel Sequoia, where he wrote several letters In writing room. At At 3 p. m. called to telephone. 3:02 p. m. left hurriedly for Cardigan Redwood Lumber company's office. Entered private office without waiting to be announced. Emerged at 8:12, walking slowly and In deep thought At 3:24 entered the telephone buildcall. ing and placed ja He asked for the Cardigan Redwood Lumber company In San Francisco. "Concluded his conversation at 3 :32 and proceeded to the city hall, entering the mayor's, office- at 3:43 and emerging at 4:10. He then returned to thejlotel Sequoia and sat In the lobby until handed a telegram at 4:40; whereupon he entered the-- telephone booth and talked to someone, emerging at 4:43 to go to his room. He returned at 4:46 and, hurried to the law office of Henry Poundstone, Jr., in the Cardigan block. He was with. Poundstone until 4:59, when he returned leisurely to the Hotel Sequoia, He carrying a small leather grip. also had this grip when he entered Poundstone's office. "Arrived at the hotel at 5:03 and went to his room. At 6:45 he entered a public automobile in front of the hotel and was driven to No. 846 Elm street The brunette young lady who works In the Cardigan- - Redwood Lumber company's office emerged presently and entered the car, which then long-distan- - really going to start operations, to move its material from the Cardigan dock to the scene of operations it would have to. cut his (the Colonel's) tracks somewhere on Water street Damnation! That was It. They were trying to slip one over on him. They were planning to get a g in before, he should awake to the situation; they were planning, too, to have the city council slip through the franchise when nobody was looking, and once the crossing should be in, they could laugh, at Colonel Pennington I I" he murmured. "The "I'm on to them I Cardigan Is playing the game with them.' That's why he bought those rails from the old Laurel Creek spur I Oh, what a blithering idiot I have been! However. It's not too late yet Poundstone Is coming, over to dinner Thursday night and Til wring the swine dry before he leaves the house. And as for those rails Cardigan managed to hornswoggle me out He seized the telephone and fairly shouted to his exchange operator to gnt his woods foreman. Jules Rondeau, on the line. "That you. - Rondeau?" he shouted when the big French Canadian responded. "Pennington talking. What has young Cardigan done about those rails I sold him from the abandoned spur up Laurel creek?" s upon ze spur "He haye two now. Dose woodsgang of hees she tear up dose rails, from ze- - head of ze spur and. load in ze "See to It, Rondeau, that they do not leave until Lgi.ve the word. UnTell, them the switch-engin- e derstand? Is in the shopr for repairs or is busy "at "other work anything that will stall him off arid delay delivery." T "Suppose" Bryce Cardigan, he comes around .and say, 'Why?' " Rondeau queried cautiously. "Kill him."" the Colonel retorted coolly. "It strikes me you and the Black. Minorca are rather slow playing even with young Cardigan." Rondeau grunted. "I theenk mebbe er further. If the N.JCTOI was m .yi.hz Great Paper The Courier-Journa- of. the Southland it is aane an&dig-nifie- d Jump-crossin- l is ably edited; - inits handling of news; it is fearless, yet f air in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean government. , surpasses all its competitors in The Courier-Journequipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the . full wire service of the New York Times. In addition correspondents at Frankfort and at it maintains staff Washington. al of" No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It By special arrangements we are now able to offer Courier-Jouru- al The Daily AND THE flat-car- Adair County News - Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Colombia flat-car- s.' This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. sub- proceeded to No. 38 Redwood boule- . doesn't matter," young declared triumphantly,, "although Td bet a hat he's one of those street fellows .and probwe of J. P. M"s ably. J. P. M., of course, "Is the man "Hockley Henry heavy-weighflV- vice-presiden- x fcehlnd." "Who the devil Is J. T. M?" "Henry smiled tolerantly upon his ignorant parent. "Well, how may J. Elerponr Morgan do for a guess?" he queried. v 1" "HelL's bells and panther-track- s Mayor Poundstone started as If snake-bitte"I should say you have hooked a big-- fish. Boy, you've landed a whale-Did Ogllvy say anything about n. ! future business?" "ne did. Said If I proyed satisfactory? be would probably take me on and pay the customary retainer given all of their corporation attorneys." - "Well, by- - golly, he'd better, take you on! I had a notion that chap Ogllvy was smart enough to know which side his bread is buttered on and who does buttering." ;. "If I could guarantee Mr. Ogllvy ' that temporary franchise mentioned In "iis telegram, it might help me to get In right with J. P. M. at the start," his hopeful suggested. "Guarantee itl" bis father shouted. - "Guarantee itl WelM should snicker I We'll Just showP. M. and his crowd , that they raadfino mistake when they picked'you as their Sequoia legal representative. HI call a special meeting of that little old city council of mine and jam - that temporary franchise through while you'd be saying 'Jack "; XoMtJson !' " C hHe carefully made a copy of the. 'the ' . -- . " -- '. : ; l-- ''"-.U- ' . over the traces at that Nothing warehouses and ' lumber-dryin- g T yards along there, anyhow. Still come will probably ?fc? think of It, ' raise a howl about sparks from the x "engines of the N. 0. O, setting his ' lumber piles afire." ': e He'U be dead against It," Henry de-':clared. "I know, because at the Wed- ?- - xvesday meeting of the Lumber Manu- acrurers' association the subject of '"aiQ- - N. O. O. came up and Pennington id a talk against? it. He said the i O. mght to be discouraged, if. jJi was a legitimate enterprise, wlilch : fccdotAted, because the most feasible asd natural route for a, road woaldbe om ?Tflllta. Hejidectee county, aerik Sequoia. I Jell'jtw.ke's dead jgaiafit tt" . l "tVHrm l" he grunted. "Wants to cross Watcr. street at B"and build out Front sfrcct' Well, I dare say nobody will telegram, , fv&iili ut -- at . MM Jfcfc Cit to tori pat J25??Sf been J iVt, VjtfT$ jpteitl mil Mi C:i3oacU Henry. weir,t-'- m and. mgg2L WmaBythiiif vard, where the brunette young lady alighted and entered the house. She returned at seven sharp, accompanied by aypung lady whom she Introduced to O. All three were then driven .to the- Canton" restaurant at 432 Third street. At 7:15 Bryce Cardigan entered the restaurant and was escorted by the waiter to the table occupied by O. and party. "At 9:30 entire party left restaurant and entered a Napier car driven by a d Indian whom the second young lady balled as George. 0. and the brunette young lady were dropped, at 846 Elm street while Cardigan and the other young, lady proceeded directly to No,. 38 Redwoqd boulevard. After aiding the lady to alight Cardigan talked with her a few minutes at the gate, then bade her good-nigY.ourself, Bom." "Upon returning to Hotel Sequoia, Saw him to found O. in hotel bar. so 'you kill heem "yourself, boss," he "You're the First Genuine Comet" bed at 10 sharp." enigmatically, and hung up. Needless to relate, this report had replied "You understand, of course, that I am speaking .for myself-ancan make you a most amazing effect upon .Colonel no "firm promises. TO B E CONTINUED, However" He Pennington, and when at length he smiled again. "All I have to say Is could recover his mental equilibrium, he set about qute calmly to analyze that you'll do 1" the report, with the result that he "Thank you," said Henry Poundstone. Jr. "Thank you ever so much." promptly arrived at the following con- L the"romance of words j clusion : (1) His niece Shirley Sumner was "CAUCUS." v An experience extending over a very not to be trusted in so far as young career of thirty years active business Bryce Cardigan was concerned. De"thoroughly had convinced Col. Seth Pennington of THIS meaning" American spite her assumption of hostility to- a secret the futility of wracking his brains In memorable conference or meeting of the speculation over mysteries. ward the fellow since that vain day in Pennlgton's woods, the Colonel leaders of a political party, Is When, therefore, the Northern Califorwas now fully convinced tljat she had frequently encountered in nia Oregon railroad commenced, to made her peace with him and had of the activities of conencroach on the Colonel's been the recipient of his secret attengress or in connection with thtf for sleep, he "realized that right along. work carried on during the time thre was hut one .way In which to tions The N.-O. was still a mys 21 which immediately precedes by conserve his rest arid .that was Morepresidential elections. tery, but a mystery in which .Bryce . engaging to fathom the "mystery over, "caucus" owes its origin Cardigan was interested. Moreover, a specialist In the unraveling of to one of the earliest of Ameri- -. he was anxious to aid the N. C. O. in mysteries. In times gone by, the ColoHowever, the every way .possible. can politicians, Henry Adams, nel had found a certain national dewho was very prominent in Colonel couldunderstand this. Carditective agency an extremely efficient gan would colonial political circles during aid anything that might r commercial aid to the,early part of the Eighteenth possibly tend to lift tbe Cardigan"" and to these tried and true sub" century. lumber Interests out from 'under the ordinates he turned now for explicit Being doslrous of controlling satisfying information anent the Iron heel of Colonel Pennington. and certain offices and of securing (3) The N. C. Orwas going to make Northern, California Outrage the . appolntmmt of men 'Who a mighty bluff, even to the extent of The information forthcoming from applying for a franchise to run over were friendly to his Interests, Dun's and Bradstreet's was vague and the city streets of Sequoia. Hence Adams organized a club unsatisfying. Neither of these two Ogilvy's visit to Mayor Poundstone for the most part of sea commercial" agencies could ascertain captains, shipwrights and other doubtless on the advice of .Bryce Carthe anything" of Interest-regardipersons connected with mercandigan. O. For the pres oT the N. tile Interests. Partly to conceal (4) Ogllvy had carried a small ent the corporatlonjiad no office, its th6 real nature of the club and leather bag to and from Henry Pound-stone- d destinies In San Francisco being partly because- of the nautical bag was readily office. That attorney who .guarded by a atmosphere which surrounded explained. It had contained a bribe had declined to make any statement In gold coin and young Henry had organization was known it the "Caulkers' club." Before regarding the company trat promised been selected as the as the That one at an early date. The board of long, rumors of its activities beattorney, meant that Mayor Poundstone had directors consisted of this gan to seep out and, when fa.agreed to deliver the franchise :for his two assistants, his stenographer, .'a consideration. were appointments vorable Ogllvy had called y and Mr. Buchanan, Ogllvy, The named, people commenced to first, on the mayor to arrange the dehad been Incorporated for five tails; then he had called on tbe gay, "That was settled by the nOOtarti dcdlars,.;lyl&a into five Caulkers." As time paseed the complete the trasaae-tiou- . mayor's soa to r of par yalae of one dollar .Baaae.of the clab took on a more 1 and five shares bad been sub- phpeetic spelling- aad the .'new (6) If a franchise bad beea ar 1 word, "caucus" was ceiaed. already de' t. hv a ma fho rVvlanaJ ranged far aad the brib preaapt- (CeyrWit) IUVSUB 'ilJ.L iMlm ' J. aad llyaced, that raeaat the emsKaftd to lrfa managw. "and Tto .wuulvertieed conuaeacemeot of oper,,irn Wa-thar Tiac41i a tchtmti ations, tcs the ft, 0. O: ;was golri ottat TriaWad BdfM - I TOD IT' o. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. ffHEi OUR mmnk i g 5 NEW - STORE to. half-bree- 619 South Fourth, fear Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, ht "You-Klinrieer- we d can serve you better than never in your need for WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street re-jor- ts - O. 'One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. for-him- well-know- n ageu-ejos- -- . -- 1 omposed Gillett and Mondell will be the Republican leaders in the present Congress Gillett will be Speaker and Mondejl Floor Manager. At the closiriir hours of Con gress the Soldiers Hospital bill, carrying 10,000,000 was approved. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay a ng - well-know- n Work a com-;pn- Leslie Larimore, of Greens-burprominent applicant ,is, a for United States Marshal at Louisville. The sale of tobtoco at - g, Specialty. All Office: Work Guaranteed next door to post office. mil-l(lush- - Lsxiag-td- n - Tiwsdy trtaWfbd Hhe it a Ter ,.aii. -- bifstroaikftisriotf tfet Vs- - GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. OUR WORK UP-TO-DA- TE ' - - r JTOilR'XXWlttr NXW1 " .- -. - ,,.....,. r- '..-.. . ., 7 ." ', Ti ( t EVERYTHING IN III ill linr ijiii a8 ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized FOUND UNDER A TREE ever knew how It and Painted. oyer, N'Pox;ONE butvisited the was all came there, after, it Mr. who farms O AlsovEllwood and American Fence. often-e- r I 1 Stael Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO - .- ,!ncoi7ocatcd First and Brook 16 Cl Mket Street' Between ' , Louisville, Ky. CYCLONES-WINDSTOR- i MS than any of the others, thought that, some one had .a picnic in the woods and left it under the tree. It was a box, not a very large rf)ne, but large enough to attract Mr. For as he walked through, the woods one day under the bushes and back of the trees. . He, being a very wise and cautious fellow, did not touch it, but ran over to Billy Possum's house to, tell him about it, and Billy, being very curious, ran with Mr. Fox to where the box was under the tree. , But after looking at it a while Billy possum decided tnat'Tim ooon was the boy who.should be given a chance from the tree overhead, and when he saw the box he flew down in a hurry to look It over. "Poof," he said, with a" toss of his saucy head, "it won't hurt you," and he gave it a poke which turned the box over and there on one side Jack saw a .little hook which held the cover. All three animals moved back a little as Jack pecked at the hook with d his bill and on with wide 'open eyes. "Peck, peck, peck," went Jack Blackbird; and then the hook slipped back 'and off flew the cover and up jumped a hooked nose little, fellow who had on a pointed' cap and carried a stick in one hand. The funny Jittle fellow iumnech so f nard that hIs spring gave way and up ne went witn a bound into the lower branch of the tree,, wnere he caught on a twig by the back of his they-looke- STOLEN FRUIT THE next yard Mra Pig with her five plggie children was an orchard and on the ground the five piggies could see when they peeked Uirough the cracks In the fence heaps of apples, and though their mother told them they were green and not fit fOod for even a pig the piggies looked at them with longing eyes. Billy Pig was smarter than his brothers, and so more often got into trouble, for his brothers-wer- e content to eat warm porridge for their dinner and then go to sleep with their mother, '1 but Billy Pig was hot. He always slept with one eye open, IV J lt trass orMS . INSURE Government-Reports TO-DA- Y, iSoj m. ' red coat All the animals ran to a place of safety and Jack Blackbird flew to a nearby, .bush to see what had hap pened. Mrs. Blue jay soon told them, for she lived In that tree and her peace had been disturbed 'by what, had happened. "I should like to know," she said In an angry tone, "if you fellows haven't anything better to do than play with toys and scare a body nearly out o' their senses. "Here you have sent this creature up here Jn my tree and my children will never learn to fly while it is here, it will "frighten them so,and I suppose I will have to remove it. I will pick out your eyes If I catch any of you around here agaln.'r Then down to the lower limb flew angry Mrs. Bluejay, and, giving the little creature with a crooked nose a vicious peck, down he fell right on Before the-Stor- Show That No Locality Is Immune. immmmmmaammmmmmmmmmmmmm A Policy with this Agency Gives You Broad -- Coverage at a Low Cost. REED BROS. Iusurance In All Its Branches. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. to investigate; that Is, to poke the box with his nose or paw and see what would happen. So over they went to Tim's house and told him about their discovery. "We did not want to be selfish," said Mr. Fox, "so we came for you to share in the fun of seeing what Is in it" Tim wns very much flattered when he heard this and off he went to see the mysterious box. Mr. Fox, Tim Coon and Billy Possum all sat still and looked. Not one of them wished to touch it, although from all sides there, seemed to be, nothing that looked like a 'trap. "What are you all looking at?" asked Jack Blackbird, looking down -- and as soon us his mother and brothers were sound asleep lie would open the other eye and Jump up. Then around he would look for something to do which he couldn't when his mother was awake. He had often looked through the cracks in the fence at the apples in -- the next yard ; but one day, to his surprise, he found he could squeeze himself part-wa- y through, far enough to reach the fruit It did not taste quite so nice as he had expected it would, but all piggiesT think stolen fruit sweet, and after he had eaten one or two he. began to like the green apples. There were plenty within his reach,. and he ate and ate, never thinking ol stopping until his mother, awakening from her nap, saw his hind legs, and ' Jumped up with a grunt Then Billy Pig tried to jump, too, but to his surprise, though hv wiggled and squirmed, he could not move. He had eaten so many apples he could not get back through the hole, and though his mother poked and pulled, he was held fast. Such squealing and grunfng never was heard. The brother piggies did. the squealing, though none oC them could outsqueal Billy Pig, and ilrs. Pig grunted until the fanner came running to see what had happened. He tried to pull Billy Pig out by the hind feet, but it was no use, and he had to call the hired man to help before the boards could be pried apart and Billy" Pig set free. Such a scolding as his mother nvd him he had never had before, and he was glad to creep into bis bed without his supper, but he did not sleep, for green apples are not good for even pigs to eat, just as his mother told him, and Billy Pig had such a pain and cramp that he never again want ed to eat green apples. -- . (Copyright.) . f r HOW DO YOU SAY IT? By C K. Lane ? ; Beauty Chats;! "TALKINGMaCHINES' With The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attach- ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabi- net and compare it with other ma--. chines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative the superiority of our workman- and construction. . CbjastanceTalmadge v .ggHBBRfi&T M a Tone as rich as Gold jf & i' jc " - $ 2 KBbHK 3hBBBBVh! v 'vis j- j7BHk:2 Sto t 36 Common Errors in English and his face, while all the animals, as - How to Avoid-The- m well as Jack Bluejay, went home as Mmmj$S3$$$3S3S$3$$$S$S333333$a6 fast as they could. "I am sure it was a toy left there TO "RAISE" CHILDREN. by some children," said Mr. Fox that night when they were talking It over.; generally are "but you never can tell and It pays to GRAMMARIANS is not correct to be careful, I find." apply the term 'raise" to" the rearing (Copyright.) or education or bringing up of chileggs was fresh .or dren. The verb "raise" Is applied with deefrence'eef da -rotten when he leava da store, but propriety only to-- crops or cattle, never tough to human beings. "She raised a fameef deygetta broke on da keed. Dat ees so gooda way 3 ily of eight children," says a charity can explaina da fight wot ees go or report; it should have. said, "She reared" or-- "she brought up." The now. But da Presdent Weelson.maka one Standard dictionary ridicules the ex- -' meestake. Whenhe maka dat league presslon, attributed to a Southern would stoppa alia county, "She" raised thirteen head of for nation he-tida fight Eef he can go back to children." France and maka one for stoppa da The term "brought up" is the more fight een congress I tlnk would be modern of the two ; the term "reared" gooda suggest. I dunno eef I gotta .Is older. The misuse of the term "raised" is a colloquialism that is comrighta idee. mon In some of the Southern and you unKV wot N. Western states. O Some authorities criticize the use of the verb "grow" In connection with crops,- - asserting that we should not say, "We grow wheat on our farm," but should say, "We raise wheat" -- f'er-WOMAN to me suffered many but-suc- h By EDNA KENT FORBES ji AVOIDING CATAKR1I ca- -- A said she wrote and recently nni, had lw years was getting tarrh for ees-pree- ty nk gradually deaf. She wanted &nne remedy, and asked if catarrh was curable. I gave her all the advice I could, cases of course, become too serious to be handled by one whose specialty is general health and looks, and I told her to go to-- a physiciaru For catarrli Is curable, and anyone who suffers from the least trace of this annoying affliction should start at once to cure themselves. If possible, they should go to a high or dry climate and live where fir and pine trees- - ' -- L. EL - YOUNa, "JEWELER" - fifirf (Copyright.) O- Columbia, - - - Kenturb r VK. & w- v if 4 f mm 22522J2JJ '.'AWK V Kwv .Xifr WHiWWiU. .v.v. 7 7 VSt Am w w HAIL FIRE In Barn . Constance film Talmadfle, the charming star recently became the bride i In Field x -- of a wealthy tobacco merchant and Importer. With her talented -- sister, Miss Constance Talmadge a Norma, short time ago entered into a three- - 3K One Insurance Policy Protects every Minute m year $20,000,000 contract to produce She recently 24 pictures a year. " passed her twentieth birthday. -- O lrisured ONLY - by Henry Clay Agents o-- Harvest Moon. Sir John Frederick William the great English physicist an astronomer, said that the full moon which happens on or nearest to .the 21st of September is called the harvest moon. At or about the time of narvest in the north temperate zone, the sun in Its usual course is the celestial equator, which It crosses from north- to south on September 22.. On that date it sets clo"se" to the western point of the horizon. If it happens to be then also full moon, the moon rises that evening as the sun sets, and it at its rising opposite the sun, or close to the exact eastern point of the horizon. Thus it begins to. give light at sunset and continues to do so until sunrise, when it sets opposite the sun, just as the latter rises. This arrangement holds good without any great change for several days, so that there is practically no darkness, especially if the weather is fine- - The lull moon which thus illuminates the autumn nights is called .the harvest moon. O Her-sche- l, - - Keep the Threat, Nose and Mouth . Clean and Antiseptic, grow thick, since nothing Is more ef- SEEh WvT. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky.. AH ? Kinds of Insurance )K i H3li0ieK )K f -- A Tier VV . .: -- JL--f l L, TSSrTVT Ar JI . T3 C3lJI v JLJUJKJvyxi I JL INSURANCE Building. a is-- : international - Made-to-Measu- re Clothes. .'-- - Seeo'nd . v Fleor,' Jeffries ' & e. da congress for maka da law. But seema Ilka only ting he ever make uses da speech and da meestake iiiguiu iiuw ees greniu. ucega. uguu ivr utt icugue vi. uuuuu au ua licuto treat. Da peace treat was for stoppa. da war and da league of nation for maka heem stay stop.. Presdent We'elsoh throw up da job over here so can go to France and maka dat ting. And when he getta all feex and breenga home da congress try jmtta on da bum. Dat way eee jusa lika da leetle keed whojsa mamma senda heem een store foe tray da eggs. He jgrettagggs- and starts hae and wien gjetta alaesta , back sora bfa"Doys- - maka. he , drep. wi . lasS"week when I first come" Wash ington, capital da TTnltda State. My friend tella me everybody come een Now"tI tink erBo :aka JUST THE MAN SHE WANTED ' Let me make you ' The Hostess: acquainted with Mr. Brushovltch, the great Russian propagandist He's Apricot Charlotte. Just arrived from Siberia.' n,l f Md' r.. ttTbrH mo.fftnh -MIssTiptoes: I'm so glad to know d ricots cover wlUl w water k you, Mr. Brushovltch. I wonder If over night Cook in the same water you will teach me some --of those until soft, then rub through a sieve. nice Siberian .steppes I've heard so Soak one tablespoonful of gelatin in much about O d of ,a cupfuf of cold water, d Reformation Safer. of a cupful of boiling waadd politician burst into, ter, th& juice of a lemon, one cupful of sugar and the strained apricot Cool,, the lawyer's office and in an excited and when", the Jelly begins to thicken manner asked: : beat until light then, add the stiffly, . '"What w&ld yo do If a paper beatea yhltes 'of three. eggs and con- should U jfk aTthtef asd a liar rfWeiy said tie "lawyer gcratiBl-lagltinue beating until the-- mixture ; lold ."If woe yoQ'Td. toae" p a its shape. Chill and. 'serve with whipped cream ackei te see whether --Pd refer er r M.aoclw ay no atttlea. to the state&est" ' sir."- " " Walking Rest "Been on your vacation?" asked tht cheerful citizenanswering the postman's whistle at the door. "Yes, and I needed a rest," xeplied the letter carrier. "You certainly did. A .man whe walks as much as you letter carriers certainly needs a. rest." "Right, sir." ; "What did you.do.to rest yourself ?r - "Played 36 ioles- - of golf eVery day A -. 9iwmMl . fective than breathing the ed air every day. If for any reason tliis is impossible, they should plant their yards full of pine trees, and put up window boxes filled with dwarf pins and firs, so the air coining through the windows bears the healing scent For city dwellers this is especially good. r The nose and throat should be srrayed twice daily with" some antiseptic solution, preferably one gives by a doctor who understands the case. Anything with pine In it la sure tb be effective. This treatment will cure any mild case of catarrh, advanced cases need a different form of treatment Though living among the pines will cure anyone, they say, The principle is to keeD the throat f and nose clean, to kill the polsontfus formations, and so, to build up a stronger throat; . pIne-scent-- ' , -- (Copyrlcht.) o c . A By LINE 0' CHEER John Kendrfck' Bangs. -- -- THE OASIS. pot "World THEYto say the has 0ne one-thir- Becausff of all the BaitroB lot AB4othe.trlcJca one-thir- The-roughne- ck r That kftej na all lir water hot But as for me, CTt not despair lespits Earth's ""fcardoaaaad its: -- cafe Wlm y. Of KtU The clear efaJMreevMTwfeer. (C&jorrtofctr I ck. bar laughter . r fr a - . -- ip 5 j 8 s -- - $& .&& I ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. 2 wards ; to better schools and bet Breeiing. The Passing of Plate Wade. says that in some ter rule?. He , Knifley like mast all little coun The farmers have been making fry towns needs to be thrown up To the Editor and Readers of the counties more than a dozen Plato Wade was born in Ken' prepar- tucky and died at Lyons, Georgia, Adak Comity NeWs: -- school houses stood idle last year. use of the be seen and screen . h the ierrd, so I am bringing" "our I am again asking' for a little Well,'! guess there was fully atory to the coming crops v ' Feb., 26th, at 7:30 A. M. town out into the of your valuable time and space, that many stood idle in. Adair fluiet little He had an attack of pleurisy in There seems to be no desire on you can as Mr. Mont Biggs writes the county last year, so far as a real the .part of the farmer for anoth- the early Fall. On Thanksgiving limelight in order that Columbia Republican and says I school, was concerned. its rating. s er, tobacco crop. All the last day he submitted to an operation He says let us give justice to years yield is yet on hand. . u are situated fourteen miles have about spent all my views in after which he was relieved of Casey regard to the schools of Adair all and preach more accord and from Columbia in the Mr. A. T. Smith is able to re- - all pain. A few days later he reLess discord', buc I ,say let us Crrk Valley not far from the county,- I'll just hand in the rem sumed his usual work as Princisume work at his saw mill. gp).-- i did old stream, whose wanants I have on hands and quit. preach the truth as it is. If it is Melvin, the little son of Mr. ple of New Branch High School. ter? are as clear as crystal, and He says heagrees with me on accord, let us preach accord and and Mrs. J. P. Traylor, is very He continued his work and gpoM whose banks at this time of some points I made, and is far rejoice, and if it is discord that seemed on the way to complete sick at this writing. year may be seen someone, not from- agreeing with me on pth-er- hath so easily beset us, preach recovery, but, in the later part Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Branhairi I expected this to be the the truth about it, and be conftlv, nys a man, with fishing pole Thursday, Mrs. of February, suffered a relapse carrying out President J case with some and we should verted before we alKgo south, or were in Columbia and tackle from which he never rallied. re- -. waiting," not fall out because we all can't to some warmer climate. We Branham having her teeth Wions "watching, The immeadiate ;cause of his ' . will give justice to all, by ;prais-in- g moved. so and don't see alike. pac hod. There is no hope death was heart failure. He had the worthy and, swatting the "Mr. J. C. Rpwe, who has . been requested to be laid to rest Biggs tells-uwhat he did great as the one enjoyed by the Mr. Now, let me tell slacker', whether he be officer, quite sick.is out once more. fLsVerman, waiting for thenibble in among the palmettos and pines teacher, patron or pupil Mr. ..J. .Ci Reece is getting of Georgia where he- had lived . tand when it contes it pays you fa little of what I have done and .for hours of toil arid drabbled a little more-o- what I didn't do. Mr. Biggs thinks I should have along nicely. . , and labored for sfveral years. ws. ButKnifley is not al- l started out some zs years ago stepped aside from my subject The sale of Mrs. Mattie Karns; An impressive funeral service forbel together a fishing town.A We to make a living by hammering; and given the office seeker a deceased; was attended by a was. conducted by Rev. Powell of ha.v. three large stores, one bank hot iron. I followed this trade black eye, and I'll just stop right large delegation from this place. the Baptise, Church, the faith to two for some'years, andfgot to where here and attend to that now'! If it, blacksmith shop, garage, Miss Annye Branham was the which the deceased ' adhered; a'nd may I add the promise I could make a lap -- ring and a man is a gentleman when he pleasant guest of Miss Elizabeth after which the Masonic Fratermil's e sharpen tools very well. Then I starts out to seek an office, he Reece last Thursday. tff fU wells. This is a nity took charge of the remains. to quit and seek a more will be a gentleman still and if our spirit hoping, but we decided to Mr. Lennis. Reece was in Co- He is survived by a wife, an agfure using the same old method honorable profession, and I tried elected will fulfill the duties of lumbia on business one day last ed mother, one brother and with th6 'oil that we use ' with everything that a common hill his office with fidelity, giving week. several sisters. gshing, just waiting for the nib- billy would dare undertake, and justice to every man'alike," with His wife was one of the faculThree cheer3 for Prof. R. V. ble. .Gome on Mr. OiJ Man! Who foundsI was not a success atany out stopping to question the pol Bennett for the runaway from his ty of which he was principle. He knows' but that we are walking of them and it did not 4akeme itics iviews .of any, was a man of unusual abilty and ? school.' over riches untold. The new .all of three years to find it out, but if a rascal starts out seeking untiring in his efforts to assist "Miss Elsie Froedge has about was bank is doing a fine business un- and when I would fail, I would office and is elected, he then in raising the educational stand-darrecoveredfrom her illness. fcthe management of Mr. get down and out and try some der to be a grand rascal, of Georgia. Many were the Mr.' Sanford' Hurt and family thing else until now,-dearead- andif. he 4s. defeated he is most QfrastfCampbell. expressions that his influences ers, I am back,, at hammering apt to Hdwev-e- r, are 'expected home soon from scamp. $&ses Eltha Dunbar, Fannie 'were far reaching and his place Georgia, w&'erVMr. Hurt-has- " ironagain, for a., livelihood. this should, riot caus a- bchodl would he hard to fill. Every J'&ntatidReedie Tucker, who hot teaching.' " ' Mr. Biggs givesja Ifstojc, ques- teacher to relax his effort1 to been jjlF'Itcending school rate nian, woman and child, who Rev. .Rayjbbrn filledbis regular knewjiim was his friend. The an- make good in bis chosen profes- parents tions and follows .them visited their , . - iappointment here the first Sun y&st concourse of people who swers, as he seesyit. , He-- asks: last week. Why do teachersdriffcsouth? only differ- day. Ithik-th- e VMr. and Mrs. Ed Bryant the funeral testified to the -- . high'esteem in which he was the funeral of a child of For money, of course.. I told ence in Mr. Biggs and myself, is BiErmr; you that in my last .letter. Then that he is looking at the situa-tio- n held by the Georgia people. f- - Bee Corbin Saturday, March atf he ask: Why do teachers teach? from a. standpoint of fun Thus passes one whose motto ffcetfth. Last Friday morning the hews Mr. Crocket McGaha and' Dr. Some teach for what they get, and finance, while I am looking was flashed h over this section was: "Let me live by the side of the road, and be a friend to Gose were intown last Some toikeep from doing any- at it asa poor man, haying four ; that the death Angel: had visited thing else,, some teach .because it children, .depending upon the man". Saturday on business. Blanken-shi- p is their calling and -- they have common schools for an educa- theiiome of Mr. Jack' Mr.' Chas. Campbell was in and claimed as its victim Jv, tllta the Chapeat Tiling I Ever the work at heart. - These are tion and having a ' high school Camp bells ville and Columbia last his sister, MissfSarah Blanken-shi- BoughtI Writes Mrs. J. Mason, Vu the ones who are raising the tax to pay without 'getting .25 of RakSnap il paid $Urgefor five cakesdead rats we'veadpicked Saturday on business. by the who had been confined to number of standard of education; these are Looking at things from p. 1 Ttckoa we've saved hundreds of dollars ta "'.rJtldge W. T. Hendrickson and Your pets her bed for some time with soft-- . , chicks, eggs and feed.'? no smell. won't touch it. u the ones who are staying on the different sides "makes a jRtts dry up and leave 35c, 65c, $1.23, Sold tad guaranteed b? ''lira.-- Hendrickson visited their job and making a - success;, getening or.tne Drain. uunerai ser- . know. daughter, Mrs. Campbell, several ting the vices were held, Saturday, at the Paull Drug Ca. monejf after all , Again, .dear teachers, "I want family graveyard on the farm, dayiTdflast week. Judge HenDavis Hardware Company Mr. Biggs says , they are in to say.to you; I have the highest fr Revl Sam Sullivan conducted drickson is the President of the good practice at. holding back respect-fo- r you and would be Death of .An Old Lady. and James ' McKinley, after new bank at this place and we the teachers"pay aud that need I glad to see you 'get better pay welcome him and his family. not urge that matter. Well, for your service and I am with which she was laid torrest amidst On Friday morning, Feb. .25, a host of sorrowing kindred and '"' Mr. W. B. Hovious, who works they may be, but. I want to Bay you to raise the standard of edr r about 10:00 a, m., the spirit of friends. ' for Hi 0. Hurley of Louisville, is the taxpayers are not getting by ucation in Adair county, but 'stationed at St. Louis for the without paying a school tax; and am a Last Saturday, while nearly rMrs. Frances Pelston took its you know, and blacksmith present. gone to the funer- flight to a world beyond this vale if the teachers are not getting it if some slacker is getting hit by everybody-haof tears. f Missr Edith Chelf of this place, we are not to blame. - my " work, al of Misit- Blankenship, the the hot scales from She was 90 years and a few gnd'Mrs.T. 0. Morten, of Casey He states that I made the. im- perhaps they'd better stepjlback dwelling house of Milton Hughes, Creek, have just returned from a pression that most of the. .teach- a little but if, you are a real who lives on the Big Elm farm, days old, .when the end came. business trip to Louisville where ers of Adair county are so . igno- school teacher, just stand still, caught fire on the. roof from a The mother of eleven children, :they went to buy spring goods. rant that they can hardly take you are not in, my way. I must flue. Two women were all the seven girls and four boys. Nine of them are living and six of Mr. Denny ""Hendrickson and care of themselves. Let me ask. place the strokes where they be- chance to put it out. Water be- j. them weie around her bed when .wife visited the latters sister,? you, Mr. Biggs, to read my let- long. I'm trying to help form ing handy, one jgot on the roof, l; . ter again.' I made no direct ref- our schools into what they should .the other handing up water, the. mother ceased to suffer. " ' Mrs. SiIasChriBtie, last week.: She was a membeV'of the' U. flames were soon extinguished. "Mr, and Mrs. .Silas Cnristie erence to our teachers. I .was. be. 51i B. Church and loved by all who It was a heroic deed. baby visited Mrs. Christie's talking about educated, fools, I thank you Mr. . Editor, very rand. knew her." Mr. Zaras Kimbler, of New paother, Mrs. Burres's, of Casey whether he be a school teacher kindly for this space and if I am Yfc Services were held, Saturday York--, who has been visiting rel or blacksmith. .(Jreek, last Sunday. giving you too much worry v . place, has returned morning at the" home of her ,.., faster Willie Mat Humphress r I. have .the highest respect -- for frankly tell me so and I will step. atives at this daughter, Mra. T. B. Curry, Mr. Nicholas Blankenship. ris :c jnvalesclng from an attack of 'our school teachers. I mean,the down and out without thinking ;. v she had spent the last ' ' ... . were visiting at Mr. L. where real and genuine, because-- 'they yoji are trying to gouge ".',,l me. oWJlness at the present. four years of her life, after calling-nex- t to that of the i Yours vfery truly, 4 .: V.. Turner one day last week. Margaret Humphress has have a Mrs. ff which the remains were laid to minister of the Gospel, but Ldid Misses Pauline and Mary Turn"' L.IAkihl : :been having some reparing done rest .in the "family burying ahddoyet say they should not er visited their grandmother one " to one. of her houses. ground. j enter into a contract to teach a If you belch up a day last week. g ,11Weep hot, children, for mothBusiness of all kinds seems to school and after they have quid, suffer from heartburn and sour Mr. George Cook was at Big er has left this world of sin and be dull just now but we are hop- taught a part of same, just walk stomach, you need the toni'c propers, Elm one day last week on busi-- as we sorrow, and gone where sad ing for a change soon, right out and quit without cere- ties of Herbine. It is a purifying and ness. parting comes no more. Only surely think the reconstruction mony or any- - previous arrange- - strengthening medicine for the- - stomach,, liver and bowels. Price, 60o. period is almost over. The Louisville Board of Trade follow in mother's footsteps and ments for the school to be finish Adv. Drug Co. 7 Sold by Paull has won its righLto secure Fed- gain a better, brighter world ghe farm of Mr. Ed Bryant ed. These are not teachers, but than this. ' ", kought lately from Uncle Ben slackers. . Judge Landis will resign as eral Aid for the Louisville a'nd friend, . v .A Monday has been going through, Mr. Biggs says that if it were Federal Judge and. will retain to Cincinnati roadv 'Mrs. P. R. Gibbons. which adds true that the teachers were real his position as head and director ft-- transformation Henry Basten has been named Nob more than wheat crop much to the appearance of the ly ignorant, he would suggest of professional baseball. as Warden of the Frankfort Re waaput out in Adair county, but th farm. .Mr. Bryant is a farmer that we go back to the old rule formatory to succeed W. H acreage that is out is looking very that does things. We need more of three trustees, who never The last President to take the thrifty. Moyer. such farmers. made a succeee, etc. Now, we oath of office on Friday was do not care about going back- Jainee A. Garfield, forty ytui Tbpot office at Paris was A bank t Dalton, Okio, waa ward, w 'waat to moYtfor-Subscribe for The News. robbsd'of $10,000. ,. broken into and $12d,000 ;toku. KaHley. tHE REMNANTS. Crocus. Rey. Burris filled his regular appointment, at Mt. Zion lasf tf nice-weath- er -- - . m - s. -- s 1909-10-1- 1. Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Matthew, Aaron sold one cow ?nd calf last week fo: $45. ' Mr. Grover Hayes and wife spent last week'with the former's sister, Mrs. Dealie Aaron. Mrs. Pearl Antle spent last Wednesday night with her mother, Mrs. Sallie Grant. Mr. Thomas Grant sold one cow last week for $50. Mr. Nathan Hayes made a business trip to Columbia one day last week. Mr. Thomas Grant mabe a business trip to Russell Spring one day last week. -- - side-issu- The whooping cough in this neighborhood has about played out. Ruth, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grant, who has been on the sick list is. kp better. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grant spent last Sunday night with the former's mother, Mrs. Sallie Grant. '.'Do Asks Mr. M. Rats Talk to Each Other? d r, be-asor- cakes ofjiat-Soa- p and threw pieces store. Got about halfa dozen deadrats a day for two solid weeks. Suddenly, they got fewer. Now we haven't any. Who told them about p. . Rats dry up and leave no smelL Three aaes: 35c. 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Rat-Sna- "I got five' around feed atty, R. I. e - Paull Drug Company. -' Davis Hardware Company "s amp-bellsVUi- e,. jth. t - '- at-tend- ed at-terM- ed The League, CounciT admits that the United States has the right to a voice in the mandates. The short ballot is urged as the proper way of bettering the city government ofLouisville. David Lamar, known as the "Wolf of Wall Street," is to serve another year in prison. Congress before adjournment finally fixed the army at 156,-00- 0 enlisted men. John Skelton Williams resign-e- d Wednesday as Controller of the Currency. The population of the Japanese Empire from a recent census is 77,006,000. t v-C- p, re-tur- ns. 1 judg-la- g -- differ-enceyo- " T J -- I President Wilson signed the bhTrepealing all the war time laws. crippled seaplane fell at Pensacola and killed five negroes. !&. 1 -- : BDODEIDBaDDBiA H , Accept Og r--i. " g S No Substitutes tot -- 1 Thedford's BLACK-DRAU6H- s g fl g -- T " - -- and-famil- 21 . Purely ' - - . -i Vegetable - g , : -- i- 1 liver Medicine f.9 BSS HBBflflflflBBBflBfi BB bitter-tastin- -: A Paris newspaper refers to Wilson as an apostle who drew the sword to defend liberty and right. The campaign expenses incurred by the Democrats of Ken tucky m the last election waen 62,980 and the Republicans, $62,182, -- .- - one-ha- ll -- -- Gillett and Mondell will be Republican leaders in tSc eat Congrew. Gillett will Spftakariid HoB&ft Floor thd V, . '