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Have You an Automebile?- - ' BY E. T. KEMPER. 1 Last November Mr A. W. Tarter, Early Jasfc week Dr. P. T. Hale, It is springtime now In old Kentucky, If so it will need repairing some day. Bring it to Myers & Flowers'" Beloved jailer of Adair county,' shot andt killed The' meadows are.a mass of green, member of the faculty . of the South-er- a Mrs. Eliza M. Wilmore, job. Drilling' operations of Columbia Frank Kirnes, on Greensburg street, And along, the hedgerows and the Garage for. first-clas-s Baptist Theological Seminary Wife of W.M.WHmorf, Cross22 tf Company on the Rowe while attempting to arrest said Karnes' paid a visit to Columbia-ifences. -the intered to the Other'Side Last Tarter was arrested and bonded and at farm,- just north, of town, are still Blue eyed violets may be seen. ests of that Institution. Work of Grand Jury. . Tuesday Afternoon. the following term of the 'Adair cir- suspended for time being on account The watm sunshine, and the gentle At the present time they have the ' cuit court he was indicted for volun- of the drillers having been unable to ; greatest attendance in the history of showers v. A Grand Jury of Adair county found .that great Seminary. Scores receive FUNERAL AT UNKW'THURSIAY FOLLOWING tary manslughter. At the; term of remove broken parts of machinery Awakes the world from wintry the following indictments at the term "' r; court which closed last Saturday, the from; the hole. sleep, ., icncial aid every year from the Stuof court just closed. ' dents Fund .but this year an attend-ano- e All Gradyville was stilled In the case was called for trial, both sides Mr. J. E.vCarnahan, Canton, Ohio, And even the tenderest timid flowers Trespass' of between five and six hundred deepestsbrrow last Tuesday afternoon, answering, ready. Jones, & Garnett owner and head of the. Carnahan Oil Above the.ground begin to peepi Breach of Peace Company, arrived here-- Saturday and It is springtime now in .old Kentucky, has that money. , at & o'clock, when the news spread and Mr. L. C. Winfrey represented-thW reckless weapon s Unless extra, aid is received now over the" community that Mrs. Eliza defendant and, A. A. Huddleston, isspefidingsa few days, in the Creels-tfor- o The sap of to flow Malicious shooting l Wjjmore, the companion of W. M. Common weath's Attorney, W. A g some of the , ministers-in-traininfield where the concern, is operat- And among the trees the bee3 are Petit Larceny may .have .before the, term Wilmore, had fallen asleep, to all Coffey, County Attorney, and Gordon ing extensively. It Is currently 'humming Grand Larceny 1 . earthly,tes, and that hey,' spirit, had Montgomery represented the State. ends. the company will spend Seeking the buds .that sqon will Chichen, stealing There were quite. a numbas of .wit- considerable money in that locality shopjd thank God that this gone to God who gave it. Her age Baptists U ' blow Nuisance 41 nesses on both., sides, and two, days within the next few months. Fond has been used up for there are was 60 years. from the South- Birds are returning Selling Pistol to Minor' . -- 2 trying the issue,. many Seminaries that are short of The deceased was born and v reared, were taken up-iern States Dr. Prank D. Hines, president of Seduction 2 county, her early girlhood J The arguments closedbout-dar- k Fri- the Southern Oil & Refining. Comstudents but flush with funds Dr. in Adair We daily see them on the wing, 14 Fornication 5ev.. Hale vras soliciting aid here in and being spent at Bliss where she was day, and Saturday morning the jury pany, Denver, who spent several The time has come when they seek for "i'l? Murder . around Columbia to help tide over born, and where she resided until her took the case They remained in weeks Here recently, writes that he their mates ' ?2: Attempt at Bank Robbery marriage. She was a daughter, of Mr. their room about six hours, returning and his associates are very optimistic this present crisis. And build their nests, and sweetly with a verdict, over the, present condition of their af Don't let those idle dollars be kept Ben F. Grissom, her mother, who was to the court-roosing. Total 3f good work at this time. a Miss Roberts, dying when she was a "We the Jury, find the defendant not fairs in this section, and that" they from doing, a Itis.springtinenow in old Kentucky, Your aidnow may save the day for child She i was a full sister to J)r. guilty as charged in the indictment." are making no mistake in .spending See the Turtle back in Barnyard The fires of love are'burning bright pre- - W. R. Grissom, who died in this town some worthy man of God who is their money on development work in And like the birds young gents .and braid. Also the Barnyard sailars with St John's Day. paringb.imself forthe Gospel minis- - some years ago, and, also to lames, this territory. v maidens silk crswas. Yoa willAe both surprisBen and ,MIss Susan Grissom. the lat try. ." Their early loves begin to plight. Crude oil prices are still very low; . ed aid delighted with my styles asiffi We have heard expressions from Seminary in Louisville, is the ter being in Texas She was a half s The caused quite a lull in de And amid the sunshine and the show prices.; and this has largest and soundest i(a, the World and sister to R. 'M. and Rich . Gris- quite a number of Masons bf this velopment work and interest generalers Julia Eifcanki "has a faculty whose scholarship is som, TJlida, New Mexico, and John place who favor a gathering of all the ly in the business in certain localities, Eternal ycuth seems springing up, . - Hiwho are in the lodges in the county, on June 24th , second to none. , andHerschel Grissom,. but the general situation seems very But still lurking here among' the Death of Mr. Selh Wide. " Every penny yoa give in 'this work West, and Mrs. A. Lv Mell, who lives next, St John's Day. The Masons ' flowers much improved and some of the best is a gilt edged investment and will at Eddyviile, and also;, Mr. M L. throughout the county should become posted men We yet may find death's bitter cup. in the business are mak-- . Last Wednesday afternoon the subbring upon the giver .the bleesing of Grissom, of this place. . BeeJ'des these better acquainted and the way to ac- ing the prediction that crude prices Robert Lee Campbell, .. .... . . ject of this notice died at liis horsey leaves, a complish this is to have a general theLord. brothers ana ststersi-sneLouisville, Ky. will advance as rapidl v' as they dropjust above Russell Springs. He was meeting. There are a number of Considering tnat this cause has not. husband and foujr children, two'sons ped, and. it is believed that within the Lonelt Willis who shot and killed 77 years old, a good citizen and was' good speakers in the county, and as been presented, here, before by, any and two daughters. days prices will be higher many, as two. could be named who next sixty Marvin Conover, some mqnths ago, the last of that particular Wada Seminary representative the results The deceased was very religious even than they were on January first, was indicted for murder a$ the term family. His entire life was spent in wouldprepare and deliver Masonicad- Bap- from early girlhood .She fijst joined were pleasing. Some last, when they were at the crest. of court just closed. 'The slain and Russell county. tist in this section who have no de- the Methodist Church, and some yea's dresees A convenient place for all' Operations along the Cumberland the slaver wete. first cousins, both intersted could be selected, and the pendents have here.a good opportuni- after Juer marriage, she united with particularly-I- n the counties of under twenty years, of age. When, the I am agent for the Parisian Emty to invest some moneys in PREACH- the Presbyterian Church at Union, dinner would be cheerfully furnished Titer, Cumberland and Russell, are very killing occurred It was. generally re- broidery needle. The working wonderERS instead of ojl, t coal or mining and was, an active and very devoted by the members of each lodge I present and. judging from the ported to have been an accident. At ful. Any child can use .the needte." day of re " script. member, of that congregation uatll could certainly be made . a greatly numberof drilling contracts jio.w- ,be f.theexamininlttlaltestimony develop Girls are going wild over the work, joiclng and fraternal-feelin- g The pastor of the Columbia. Baptist she was taken sick. ing let there Is every indication that ed warranting the holding of Willis to making-piilotops, Tugs,embroIder--Ing- Church will gladly furnish informa- " She "was a victim of double pneu- arobsecf. Wearepubltehrtig this sug year!921 will witness the most-ewaists,1 dresses etc. Price $1.00 gestion in order that the lodges of the! the await tne action of the grand jury. tion or forward any money that monia and' was afillcted-seyedays be tensive development .worlc In the his He was indicted as above stated, and post paid. For further informatfoV should be sent to him for this cause. , ,. fore God Relieved her. She bore her county might take it up and give. expressions as to its advisability 'One' tory of the business in that section. his trial will be call at the July term address ' Mrs. T.I. Smith, 5r. affliction heroically and was ready for ... t Caae --Valley, Ky. of the largest Masonic gatherings held Drilling operations in this 'immedi of court. Birthday Dinner. her Master's call. Russell with the exception of the 4."' No death has occurred in Gradyville in this section was at ago Springs t Slight Attack ef Paralysis.. more thanthirty years when Judge Columbia Development Company, rare Last Call. Last Tuesday, March the 15th, wss for years that created more genuine TT 'f Dalrs a very joyful day at the home of "Mrs.. sorrov, as tne aeceasea was a Kina XX. Vi. ua&gii of this place, was the all progressing as fast as conditions ' .CWiti Nell,who lLves at Gradyand as ar result of will warrant, and neither .pains nor. For thesecoha and last time I. .am J. A Young, this city. It was .her and affectionate1 ,: resident, 'always calling' upon those indebted to Nell& ville, the mother of DrvL.lC. and Mr. Dirit of Masonry was expenses are being spared inrgoing sixty-thir- d anniversary Cheatham to call at the. store, and .Elbert, Nell, met withla .slight strokft readv'tb wait uboff'tnWfii&rf' and rhgr enliven and lodges increased their dawn to the lower sands where the Iy celebrated. About fifty persons, make" payment. "'The accounts and of paralysis last Thursday. It effect- was at all'lfitfeVopenVd tth'e membership. , iome "pay" is looked for in this field. t representing about that many dlffer-- d weary and hungry.' For years ?r. books oftthe firm will be placed, in the en her. speech more than, any thing ent families, called, "bringing delight- Wilmore'h'as kept atf&'pWhouse.lie A No. .25 Starr drilling rig was hands of an attorney the first da? of .else..; In a. few. hours she got better. Public Sale. ful edibles, and when the table .was deceased presiding overlfran'Snb at Bakerton on Friday for next month. Therefore, it you want. And Friday she was considered in a fair Kastfy Walker & Kash, Lexlngton.now tosavecosc, you spread, it was not only inviting to the must' pay -- pnti penniless, iood sore aou jweary ptsutss-toia- n wagto;, recovery. j j" On Saturday", April 2. 1921 I operating, on the.Radford farm, Brush 2.' strong and healthy, but there were montH. In the meantime I am sellinjr was ever turned froli her "door ?;ti ' will offer forsale-a- t Publicauction Creeki These people have already aet "large choice Teats for the most delicate . ., For Sale. a stock of gent's furnishing A splendid Christian ;woman, her icurean. old with good success there, and they are goods at cost, and as good a line of ' heart at all time having: the tenderest to the highest bidder J; After dinner several hours were feelings for suffering humanity. Henderson iarm,riear Mt. pushing development. work to.the fine shoes as ever offered, to this trade. On Tbursday, the 24th, day or Johnnie ' .spent, in talking of the days of "Auld Jimit. . Therentirestockvig general, including March" I will offer for. sale, at my .fu The funeral services were held at Pleasant, the2folibwihg property: LaspSyne,3' and Tvhen the time came1 Mr. J. B Doolittle, the a big line of clothing, and you can be home, one mile east of Joppa, on what Union Thursday morning at lbo'clook, T pair mare mules, 6 "and7' to say good-bythere was but one operator of Worcester. N. Y., who furnished with anything you need is known as the Cassius Tavlor .farrn conducted by her pastor, Dr. L. B. years old 15 1-- 2 hands. , expression? "We have enjoyed our recently, writes that he and at rock bottom prices. The the following property: has been-il- l Hart, who paid high tribute to the . 1 mare coming 6 years.., dinner, spending the hours most de'- . is no w'jnuch better shape and that he goods are going and "if you J want bar- - Two work horses. life and character of the deceased, the --? lightfully." 1 Jersey cow, 4 years old.rbe expects to return here Boon "' c3iw gain's call atonce. Farming'Tools, all practically new . church being crowded "with relatives Mrs. Young was the recipient of 50 barrels of corn. Dale and Elmo fresh in April, Messrs. L. Geo. H. .Nell, and friends who gathered to pay trib-ut- e i many handsome presents. '1 7 head of hogs,, will weigh from lOOt j Surviving Partner Jersey Heifer 2 years old. m TearcejVboth from Oklahoma and mwv to one whose life was worth emuThe out of town relatives present! 5: 0 "taakingihelr "headquarters here, were " jV- -' "'" to 250 pounds. lating. 1 3 V4 jin. wagon, M?j Got Two Years were Mr. and Mrs W. H. Wilson and inspection to the Brush I One Buggy and Harness and wagon,, pair Log bolsters, blocks and on a tour of The floral offerings, were many and 1 Henry, Joe. and Cameron, their sons, good as new. ' Creek field last week, and theV bring A beautiful.. chains.;) of Campbellsvllle. ..,j , Willlanf McAllister, a boy about Cow and calf, "splendid milker. back a glowing report of the situation 1 good rubber tire buggy and there. twenty years .old ; whose home was Household and Kitchen furniture "" . For Sale. ' Oled on Casey Creek. .' " harness: It is reliably reported that certain Milltownj was before; Judge Carter comparatively new, and many- other ; ' ' m capitalists of Philadelphia have con- last Wednesday, charged with utter- articles. 1 Mower and rake. Single combs Brown leghorn eggs; Last Friday morning about 3 o'clock tracted with Mr. T. Si McGrath, one ing a forged check, at Russell & Co's Sale will begin promptly atL0; r talking Cultivator. Mrs. Susan Chelf, who was the widow 60c. setting 15. sworn, o'clock. Terms made knownon dayi .r of the mostrextensice drilling contrac- store. After a jury Mrs.E. R. Willis,- , Many other things not mention of the late Jake Chelf, died at her tHrbugh his attorny, L. C. of sale. -y tors in theicountry, for the sinking of the boy, Jdpp'a, Ky. ed. Sale to begin promptly;-atllate home, near Roley. She was about 22 3t Henry Conover. fifteen wells near Neelj's Ferry, Cum- Winfreyentered a plea of guilty and forty years old and left seven children. o'clock. ternru The jury a, berland County, a few miles below asked for the lowest A thief or thieves entered Mrs. Dwelling houses are very scarce in k: She was a very excellent woman, and .years. Terms made known on day of Burkesville. The report, also states gave hi Henry N Miller'syard last Thursday Columbia, not a one for rent Is our inwas a sister of Mr. 6 P. Willis, this that the Philadelphia people wij.1 night and stole and destroyed a num- sale, formation. Many small houses could' Porlaies, New Mexico. place The late Capt. O B Patteson spend not less than 100,000,00 In tbeir ber of beatltiful buds. Mrs Miller O. R. Greshara. be readily rented if they were on the was her grandfather The funeral initial operations in that section The spends a great deal of time in cultivat-ed'flowermarket. services were held at Roley, conducted" Mr. J. E Murrell, and the ladies of the town, The meeting at, the Christian church wells will be pnt down to the Trenton by Eld Luther Young,- in the presence Ky." Found,. a log chain, near the home especially, know exactly how she felt started last Thursday night, and from sand which is found.in that locality, Columbia, of a large audience. The surviving . M.v Dear. Mr. Murrell: of Eugene Grasham's. IA-- is about 20 when she discovered her yard had been now on the attendance will be large. depending upon elevafion, at from relatives Jiave the 'sympathy of this Enclosed please find check for two feet long. Pay for this notice and the enteredand flowers stolen. The prin Eld. 'Crawford,-oCincinnati, and Miss 600 to 1000 leer. The Daniel Boone community, where the deceased was pay for the News another owner can have the chain. ciple of stealing, a horse and smaller Fred Fillmore, same city, arrived in Oil Company have recentlycompleted dollars to We enjoy it more than any 22 2t J. C. Bault articles, Is 'just the same. Therefore, the afternoon.,. Eld. Crawford is a a. well' 'there which is reported as years. other paper. There is one sad feature a person who will steal flowers would strong theologian and delivers his dis making fifty: barrels per day on the CMStlklated. of It, however, for nearly every issue There will be special Easter Music needed and the courses with great force. Miss Fill pump. steal'a horse if . brings notice of the death of some of at the Presbyterian church next Sun-- ; more, who is leading the song service, .opportunity ripe. day at 3 o'clook p. m. A cordial invl-- .i friends. The two poultry houses this place, has a cultivated voice and sings with y our old w ui "k; leiigiKea ,io snw .jwi With kindest regards to you and all tation is extended to all. Millinery. S. H. Grinatetd & Co., and L E the spirit and understanding. The line of bewtifil PatUris frm New Very respectfully; yours, I am MMriWtted last Monday For pastured on Long 'View, sea. ' "' y kMs whole town and those who live in the Yrk, desitied by Mme Htmt Yw wiH fee telHtteed with W. M. Wilson boundary of mirn'iiif .; Tfce twelnDOS from now on, are invited Barney RaeM.r. Nne De Pmm. JUve tke tori&H as-iaacid, will be at the Mc- -. far ladies, Missts. asA ckiWrei. They to.atreod all the servioes. t. . .. ' A,J. ay prices are sire to wt hat- ",.T tiullMm. AiH Hie . Clreeit'oourt clceed here Saturday taeiBees will be are fcetatifil aaaaa. the Xiair - fcr ". . ' ".' . ' ., . 'The grand jury for Adair ceuqtyf6 """J r the &ac S H. Grin- - pkate yo. Cmk aj Mce. afserMeVv Judge Carter's aext oourt Cottage, ie:rK. WtfBmK hJKUKMi' 'f ' . .v )e''Brki-iiHopeaed 'Mosdaf. , . hw 1 7lturday. dtothaafii Kj It niw twBWR -. T" -- , .'&,. already-exhauste- e d ""i .2 life-begin- s &, tp-lea- -- : m -- . .' I - . . -- - so-c- ia well-to-d- o' ac-tieL- at - -- w x n 23-3- ate-sectio- n, f Mrs-Cett- ia and-ltwasd- -- m -- athe well-know- n e, ,-- -- . - x - . 4 , ,1 had-bee- n -- . . -;, . , . m-tw- o v s, - f well-know- one-wa- s - ' -- Mc-Stal- -- the-chur- ch, ni W M - v- - i 22-2- - . .? . - i N f ADAIICCOUNTX: NEWS messenger returned?wTtrtHe InformT-tlo-n that not only ?as the swltch-ea-gin- e not In he shop but" her firebox had been overhauled the week before 'and was reported to be In excellent condition'. Buck Ogilvy "That settles mourned. "The Colonel Is as suspicious as a rhino. He doesn't know anything, but he smells danger just the same." "Exactly, Buck. So he Is delaying the game until he can learn something definite." He drummed Idly on his desk for several minutes. Then: "Buck, can you run a locomotive?" "With one hand, old man." "Fine business! Well, I guessweH put In that crossing tomorrow night will be In the roundThe switch-engin- e house at Pennington's mill tomorrow; night so we can't steal that; but we can steal the mogul. I'll just send word up to my woods boss not to have his train loaded when the mogul comes up late tomorrow afternoon to haul It down to our log landing. Of course, the engine crew won't bother to run down to Sequoia for the, night that Is, they won't run the mogul down. They'll just leave Ijer at our log landing all night and put up for the night at our camp." "But how do you know they will put "Mayor Poundstone and Mrs. Poundstone." up at your camp all night, Bryce?" "My men will make them comfort"Have another," her hospitable host able, and it means they can lie abed suggested, and he poured it, quite obuntil seven o'clock Instead of having livious of the frightened wink which to roll out at five o'clock, which would the mayor telegraphed his wife. Poundbe the case if they spent the night at stone prayed to his rather nebulous this end of the line. There Is a slight gods that Mrs. P. would not discuss grade at our log landing. I know automobiles during the dinner. that, because the air leaked out of Alas! The Colonel's cocktails were the brakes on a log train I was on a not unduly fortified, but for all that, short time ago, and the traiq ran the two which Mrs. Poundstone had away with me. Now, the engine crew assimilated contained just sufficient will set the airbrakes on the mogul "kick" to loosen the lady's tongue and leave her with steam up to throb without thickening It Consequently, all night; they'll not blow her down, about the time the "piece de resistfor' that would mean work firing her ance" made Its appearance, she threw in the morning. Our task, Buck, will caution to the winds and adverted to be to throw off the airbrakes and let the subject closest to her heart "I was telling Henry as we came up her glide silently out of our log landing. About a mile down the road the walk how greatly I envied you that we'll stop, get up steam, run down to beautiful sedan, 'Miss Sumner," she the junction with the main line, back gushed. "How an open car does blow In on the Laurel Creek spur, couple 'one around, my' dear!" "Yes, Indeed," said Shirley Innoonto those flat fars and breeze merrily down to Sequoia with them. cently. "Heard the McKlnnon people had a They'll be loaded waiting for us; our man killed up In their woods yesterd men will be congregated in our just off Water street near B, day, Colonel," Poundstone remarked, waiting for ns to arrive with the rails hoping against hope to divert the conand bingo we go to it After we versation. "Yes. The fellow's own fault" Pendrop the flats, we'll run the engine back to the woods, leave it where we nington replied. "He was one of those You can get employees who held to the opinion found it return superintend the that every man is the captain of his back In ample time to own soul and the sole proprietor orchis cutting of the crossing!" "Spoken like a man!" quoth Buck own body hence that it behooved him' Ogilvy. "You're the one man In this to look after both, in view of the high cost of safety appliances. He was world for whom I'd steal a' locomowarned that the logging cable was tive. Had either of the conspirators weak at that old splice and liable to known of Pennington's plans to enter- pull out of the becket and sure enough tain Mayor Poundstone at dinner on It did. The free end of the cable Thursday night it Is probable they snapped back like a whip, and "I hold to the opinion," Mrs. Poundwould not have cheered until those stone Interrupted, "that if one wishes flat cars were out of the woods. for a thing hard enough and just keeps Mayor Poundstone and his wife ar- on wishing, one is bound to get It." rived at the Pennington home in Red- - "My dear," said Mr. Poundstone Thurs- Impressively, "if you would only conwood boulevard at six forty-fiv- e a profound fine yourself to wishing, I assure you day evening. It was with your chances for success would be infeeling qf relief that his honor lifted the lady from their modest little finitely brighter.1" . There was no mistaking this rebuke; "flivver," for once inside the "Pennington house, he felt, he would he freo even two cocktails were powerless to from a peculiarly devilish brand of render Mrs. Poundstone oblivious to It persecution Inaugurated by his wife With the nicest tact in the world. Shirnhout three months previously. Mrs. ley adroitly changed the subject to Poundstone wanted a new automobile. some tailored shirtwaists she had observed in the window of a local dry And she had entered upon- a camgoods emporium that day, and Mrs. paign of nagging and complaint hoping to wear Poundstone's resistance Poundstone subsided. About nine o'clock, Shirley, in re-down to the point where he would he sponse to a meaning glance from her willing to barter his hope of salvaMrs? tactfully Convoyed tion in return for a guarantee of pe.ice relative, uncle Poundstone upstairs, leaving her on earth. "I feel like a perfect fool, calling albne with his prey. Instantly Pennington, got down to business. upon these people in this filthy rattle"Well," he queried, apropos of nothtrap," Mrs. Poundstone protested. ing, "what do you hear with reference Mayor Poundstone paused. "In railpity's name, woman," he growled, to the Northern California-Orego"talk about something else. Give me road?" "Oh, the usual amount of wind, Coloone night of peace. Let me enjoy my nel. Nobody knows what to make of dinner and this visit" "I can't help it" Mrs. P retorted that outfit" Pennington studied the end of his with asperity. She pointed to Shirley .. cigar a moment Sumner's car parked under the "Have they made any move to get a "If I had a sedan like that. I could die happy. And it only cost franchise?" he asked bluntly. '"If they thirty-tw- o hundred and fifty dollars." have, I suppose you would be the first paid six hundred and fifty for the man to hear about it J don't mean to "I rattletrap, and I couldn't afford that," be impertinent," he added with a he almost whimpered. "You were gracious smile, "but the fact is I nohappy with it until I was elected ticed that windUag Ogilvy entering your office In the city hall the other maydr." "You forget our social position, my afternoon. and I couldn't help wondering whether his visit was social or dear," she purred sweetly. He could have struck her. "Hang "Social so far as I could observe," your social position, "he gritted savagely. "Shut up, will you? Social Poundstone replied truthfully, wondering just how much Pennington knew. position in a sawmill town! Dam"Preliminary to the official visit, I mit, you'll drive me crazy yet," Pounddare say." stone gurgled, and subsided. The Colonel puffed thoughtfully for The Pennington butler, a very superior person, opened the door. The a while for which the mayor was Poundstones entered. At the entrance grateful, since It provided time In to the living room the butler an- which to organize himself. Suddenly, nounced sonorously: "Mayor Pound- however, Pennington turned toward his guest and fixed the latter with a stone and Mrs. Poundstone." , "Glad to see you aboard the ship," serious glance. "I hadn't anticipated discussing this with" his Colonel Pennington boomed best air of hearty expansiveness matter with you, Poundstone, and you "Well, well," he4 continued, leading must forgive, me for it; but the fact is I might as well be frank with you Mrs. Poundstone to a divan in front of the fire, "this Is certainly delightful. I am very greatly interested In the My niece will be down in- two shakes operation of this proposed railroad. If of a lamb's tail. Have a cigarette, Mr. it Is built it will have a very distinct' effect on my finances." . . Poundstone." -, "In just what way?" In the midst of the commonplace "Disastrous." chatter incident to such occasions, Shir"I am amazed,' Colonel.. ley entered the room; and the Colonel "You wouldn't be If you had given the leaving .her to entertain the guests, cor-- j .subject very close consideration. Such went to a, small sideboard Inon ner and brought forth the "materials," a road as the N. C. O. contemplates of ,the redas he jocularly termed them. James will tap about wood belt only, while a line built from appeared like- magic with a tray, of.it The glasses and, tiny serviettes, and the the south will tap Colonel's elixir was passed to the co- - remaining thlnl can be tapped by an my own logging road; pany " exteasiOH 'of '" murmured Mrs. Poind- - when myj own timber ia logged oat I ' 'Ceatiirced oa Page 6. stone 'Terfectly And'aat 1 - - SSe THE "OLD RELIABLE" VALLEY OF THE if WARD'S BUCK-DRAUGHt T GIANTS umoR or COPYTSieHT, SYNOPSIS. White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draught Case Came and Stayed. In recommending Thed-For- feeling after meals. Sour stomach and ht to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking r' ht neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a It aids digestion, also Jackson County lady, said: "I am ssiststhe liver in throwing off impurigetting up in years; my head is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend Dutton, Ala. Black-Draugd's well-known RKYNE PETER "ca&py mars Bf PETER E.KYNE "Quite." "Uncle Seth . Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht, white. I have seen medicines and remeBlack-Draug- ht, and do, to my friends antjfc "Please don't. Are you quite serious In this matter?" will "think it so so dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." ht Thedford's am talking of is a standa liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record oi for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. on and one that will do the work. Every one occasionally needs something "Black-Draug- ht will relievcwndigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities. ht and constipation if taken right, and I know Try Insist upon Thedfor I tried it. It is the best thing I have ford's. the genuine. AXU druggists. ever found for the full, i 5omfortatte q. & came and stayed. I Black-Draug- . CHAPTER I. Pioneer In the California redwood region, John Cardigan, at Is the leading citizen of Sequoia, owner of mills, ships, and many acre's of timber, a widower after' three years of married life, and father of Bryce Cardigan. forty-aeve- n, two-day-o- ld strange." . "Hell probably tell you about It. Better beat him to the issue by 'fessing up, Shirley. Doubtless his spspicions are already aroused, and If you Inform CHAPTER II. At fourteen Bryce makes him that you know I am. the real buildXne acquaintance of Shirley Sumner, a viser of the N. C. 0.,'he'll think you're a itor to Sequoia, by a years. Together and his Junior Valley few smart woman and that you've been they visit the of the Giants, sacred to John Cardigan and doing a little private e work Ws son as the burial place of Bryce's of your own on behalf of the Laguna Bother, and part with mutual regret. Grande Lumber company." CHAPTER in. While Bryce Is at col"Which Is exactly what I have been lege John Cardigan meets with heavy business losses and for the first time views doing," she reminded him. the future with uncertainty. "I know. But then, I'm not afraid gum-sho- Black-Draug- . -- 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 ''Rondeau, are implicated in the outrage. s, CHAPTEB IV. After graduation from college, and a trip abroad, Bryce Cardl-- ,' Ban comes home. On the train he meets Shirley Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to make her home there with her uncle. Col. Pennington. Bryce learns that his lather's eyesight has failed and that Col. Pennington Is seeking to take advantage of the old man's business misfortunes. CHAPTER V.- -In the Valley of the Giants young Cardigan finds a tree felled of you, Shirley that Is, any more. And after Friday morning I'll not be afraid of your uncle." "I feel as If I were a conspirator." h I believe you are one. Your has arrived. Shall I send George Sea Otter over with it? And have yon somebody to install it? "Oh, bother! Does it have to be indlcto--grap- M War I stalled?" , In a diplomatic way, unpercelved by Shir- receivers'." ley, the two men declare war. "Could George Sea Otter Install It?" CHAPTER VH. Pennington refuses to renew his logging contract with the Cardi-san- s, "I think he could. There Is a printbejievlng his action means banked card of instructions, and I dare say ruptcy for the latter. Bryce forces Rondeau to confess he felled the tree in the George would find the job no more Valley of the Giants, at Pennington's order. After punishing the man, Bryce baffling than the Ignition system on hurls him at CoL Pennington, who, with the Napier." ' Shirley, had witnessed the fight. Penning"Will he tell anybody?" ton is humiliated, and the girl, indignant, orders Bryce to leave her and forget their "Not If yon ask him not to." friendship. He leaves, but refuses to ac"Very well, then. Please send him cept dismissal VIII. Returning to Sequoia, over. Thank you so much, Bryce CHAPTER the train on which Shirley, her uncle, and Cardigan. You're an awful good old Bryce are traveling, breaks away from the locomotive, and Bryce, who could have sort, after all. Really, it hurts me to escaped, at the risk of his life cuts out to, oppose you. It would be so , the caboose and saves them from certain have deah, being painfully Injured In doing so. .much nicer If we didn't have all those redwood trees to protect, wouldn't it?" d CHAPTER EC Moira McTavlsh, "Let us not argue the question, ShirBryce and employed In his friend' of office, makes Shirley's acquaintance and ley. I think I have my redwood trees the two become friends. Needing money protected. Good-by.- " cadly, John Cardigan offers to sell PenValley of the Giants, but the nington He had scarcely finished telephon- Colonel, the confident the property must soon be his through the bankruptcy of his ing his home to Instruct George Sea enemies, contemptuously refuses. Unreport with the express packknown to her uncle, Shirley buys the Otter to Valley and the Cardigans have a new age to Shirley when Buck Ogilvy lease of business life. They Interest capInto the office and tossed a ital and decide on a scheme to parallel strolled document on his desk. "There's your Pennington's logging railroad. little old temporary franchise, old CHAPTER X. Buchanan Ogilvy, railroad contractor and Bryce's college friend. thing," he announced; and with many Is decided on by the Cardigans as the man to figure as the builder of the pro- a hearty laugh he related to Bryce the ingenious means by which he. had obposed railroad. Bryce goes to San Francisco to meet him. tained It "And now if you will phone CHAPTER XI. Ogilvy ostentatiously up to your logging camp and instruct begins work of surveying for the line, the woods-bos- s to lay off about fifty which is announced as a proposed through route. Pennington, vaguely alarmed, de- men to rest for the day, pending a cides to block operations by making it im- hard night's work, and arrange to possible to secure a franchise for the line send them down on the last log train through Sequoia. In this he plans to entoday, I'll drop around after dinner list the aid of the mayor, Foundstone. and we'll fly to that CHAPTER XII. "Buck" Ogilvy, . as "I'll telephone Colonel Pennington's builder, of the projected Northern California & Oregon railroad, meets Moira manager and ask him to kick a switch-engin- e Impressed. Bryce McTavish and Is much In on the Laurel creek spur and and his father make plans for securing a franchise for the line from the city snake those flat cars with my rails council. aboard out to the junction with the CHAPTER XIIL Ogilvy, in a business Interview, favorably impresses the Mayor, main line," Bryce replied. And he and later engages that official's son as at- called up the Laguna .Grande Lumber torney for the new road. Through him they obtain the temporary franchise. company only to be Informed by no Pennington, finally convinced that the less a person than Colonel Pennington Cardigan Interests are behind the scheme, himself that it would be impossible sets to work to balk them. to send the switch-engin- e in until the CHAPTER XIV. Pennington refuses following afternoon. The Colonel .was Bryce the use of a locomotive and trucks to move equipment for laying a switch, sorry, but the switch-enginwas in the and Bryce and Ogilvy plan to steal both shop having the brick In her firebox put in a crossing and during the night cutting Pennington's tracks in the city. renewed, while the mogul that hauled Pennington bribes Mayor Poundstone to the log trains would not have time to . ignore the temporary franchise granted . and to refuse a permanent one. That attend to the matter, since the flats night Pennington hears the Cardigan would have to be spotted, on the sidetracklaying' crew at work and hurries to track at Cardigan's log landing in the the spot. woods, and this could not be done unCHAPTER XIV. til the last loaded log train for the day The dictograph which Shirley had had been hauled out to make room. "Why not switch back with the asked Bryce to obtain for her In San on the regular pas- mogul after the log train has been Francisco arrived senger steamer on Thursday morning hauled out on the main line?" Bryce and Bryce called her up to ask when demanded pointedly! was however, not , Pennington, She desired it sept over. ' "Good morning, Mr. Cardigan," she trapped. "My dear fellow," he replied greeted him cheerily. "How do you patronizingly, "quite Impossible, I as- feel this morning? Any the worse for sure you. That old trestle across the having permitted yourself to be a hu- - creek, my boy It hasn't been looked at for years. While I'd send the light man being last night?" over It and have'- no "Why, I feel pretty fine, Shirley. I switch-engin- e me a lot of good to crawl fears " think it did "I happen to know, Colonel, that the out of my shell last night" ' j "You feel encouraged to go on liv- bhj mogul kicked those flats In to load the rails!" ing, eh?" ' "I know And what happened? '"Yes."- Why, that old trestle squeaked and .VAnd fighting?" shook and gave every evidence of be"By all means." something has occurred of ing about to buckle In the center. My ""Then engineer threatened to quit4f I sent .late to give you new courage?" "Oh, many things. By the way, Shir- him in again." "Very well. I suppose I'll have to. ley, you may inform your uncle at comes breakfast Friday morning about my wait until, the switch-engin- e connection with the N. 0. 0. In fact. out of the shop," Bryce replied reI 'think it would be far better for you signedly, and himg up. He turned a " troubled face to Ogilvy. "Checki,you ma'de it a point to do so." mated 1" he announced. "Whipped to "Why?" "Because both Ogilvy and myself a frazzle. The colonel is lying, Buck, As a mathave a very strong suspicion that your and I've caught him at , uncle has a dete6tive or two on our ter of fact the mogul didn't kick those did trails. T judge your' uncle will learn flats in at all. The switch-engin- e Now Fm going to and know today that you dined with' Ogilvy, send a man over to snoop around Pen.Moira and xne last night" "Oh, dearl That's terrible." He nington's roundhouse and 'verify his report about, the switch-engin- e being md sense her distress. ' . x"Asbamed of fearing been seen In ray lathe stfop." ' He dld'sc. Half an hour later the . chila-hoojump-crossin- g." e --- "It does. You place the contraption hide it rather In the room where CHAPTER VL Dining with Col. Pen- ,the conspirators conspire; then you nington and his niece, Bryce finds the run wires from It into another room room paneled with redwood burl, confirming his suspicions of Pennington's guilt. where the detectives listen In on the -- dry-yar- 1 ll The FMstrMade-- . To-Walk-On 'At-a-boy- !" is the floor finish Because of the superior, special varnish Lustro contains it dries with a tough, glossy surface that wears better than hardwood itself. 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You get the meet in purity, depsi-lll- ij nd wholc-somene- ss. ) - Calumet ScasLine Cake Kecipo ij ed it -- 1 - made only of good materials, no other way, so uce only good and good plain fldur (not 11 flour). MVS t- baking-powdeself-risjr- n Good wholesome bakings can be Dest ', k iy2 cups .granu-jjjlatsugar, 2V2 way to keep doivn b3kingcosts.That , is what has razsle it the world's bigP water, 2 level gest rel!inT baking powdcrjhrslcept of house- lrr-- h it th'i fr.vo i:c rf Rnlfincr wives for more than thirty years. Powder, 1 tea In every way it is the igjCupoiDutter, ih spoon lemon, r Then mix in tb regular way. yolks of 9 eggs. c T it one-thir- d - I it two-thir- ds -. "Dee-llclous- ," nwny..er r dee-licio- Hatters say that the price of A Chi. paper aupgeets that it rabbit skins is likely to ruin the might be called the trade. Meanwhile the mere act war. Call off the doc. of getting the skins if apt to Life is too start forWh a " ' mouthful. rain the rabkifc Jap-Yap-Ya- 0 nk -- rt. y .vyfe s?,ryg .v '". Hw-- , IiAUu fly 1wav. f'jMgwwwiiii'yaiMHiil JMf-K- tafereitag Letter From ' Siam surely shining Written ts her Mother bvHepkiisvllle Girl U . - a brightly as the star of Bethlehem must '' te&Si ?sn !'. ' sfsf,w--2aF-a-s.sibbst have . t: mrr-T5i.- 4iLw tutgsasBm cr r . ,' '. .. . . , '. !"'--. ii J. ' 1 v . .' ' . - p ' s " mm s - bf .'. a . sa tat iiwii.il. iy , y,1i - n, ..y. v .1,.,. ., ,. ,., ,, -- a.., .,,,.. ..y i ., .. l tw- -, -. - "3'' ' yr w s Tiiii?j ur..T,,.n iiuui jaxioa jiuuj c-i o tail- ing, who is a popular Hopkins'-vill-e girl, who has been principal of the Nati Girls School at Nau, Siam, for several years. Miss Starling is en route now to this country for a furlough, and will Visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mat Starling.) Nau. Siam, Dec 26th, 1920. Dearest Mother. "Today is Sunday and we have Estopped for the day at the foot of the rapids, having completed over half our journey to Bang Kok. Before I left Nau I thought I'd never get packed for the people were coming to say goodbye. I think I should never have gotten off it it had not been for Sarah who took charge of all eating - arrangements. The Grown Prince and his suite were consuming 400 eggs a day while they were here, so they had stripped the market, but at the last the people brought in so many as parting gifts. Some a dozen, other only twb or three, until we had the greatest abundance. They also brought rice, raw and cooked, sweet potatoes, oranges and bananas by the dozen. The afternoon before we left our wealthiest Chinaman sent over 20 lbs. of sugar, tinned buscuit and a picture of his dead wife's catafalgue. Then all the market children came over, each one with a tin in her hand. They are such darling children with either Burmese, Indian or Chinese father and Laojmothers. a whole they are brighter than the children of this country they inherit the initiative of their fathers. My experience in the school has given me a wider acquaintance with all classes than most of the "missionaries have, and with their hearts tender over saying good bye I hope they were more receptive to the gospel message which I tried to impress. Sunday Mr. Wong preached and he spoke of my leaving; every prayer asked a blessing on my home going and that 1 might be a blessing to father, mother and friends. At the end of the service he announced "God be with you" which started several of the girls off and they had to leave church, We have two boats with three men to each boat. Saran" and I are in the front part of the larger boat and the two girls we are taking to Bang Kok are' in the back part. Sarah pays the expenses of. one girl and Yawt and I of Klain Enie, from money sent us and our tithe. We hope they will be of great use to the school after a year in Bangkok. We have had interesting glimpses of the forest folk, pea fowls, monkeys, snakes and many birds. We came upon a colony of about 50 reddish grey monkeys. We saw a phenomenonthe fish ascending the rapids to spawn. For three days we saw them goings in continuous stream. When they came to a rock in the stream they would leap clear out of the water over the rock'and. on again. About the size of minnows at a distance. The stream Si glistening white looked much like spray dashing from the rocks. Many men and women were in the rapid, seining, drying the fish and preparing them for market. We spent Xmas eve om the wsd bank mirrounded by nets, with the Evening Star -As shone nearly 2,000 years ago. It was'my privilege to tell them V the story of the appearance of the Angels to the Shepherds who "watched the fiock by night." Sunday we had a morning service, the S. S. lesson of "The Wise Men." We had Xmas dinner to which Mrs. Taylor had contributed a piece of plum pudding. In the afternoon Sarah and I went upon the hill top and t x when we came down were amaz ed to find four boats, from Nau had stopped for the night. I asked our boat man if we couldn't go on down stream and be alone but he said there was no more sandbars near so we had to make the best of it That nignt when we had prayers several of them came around. My subject was "I will make you fishers of men,-- ' and I felt ashamed I had wanted to run away from such an opportunity. Thursday, Dec. 30, we arrived at Ta Saw where s'everal friends met us at the train, and now we are at Wang Lang attending the annual meeting. This is New Year's time and the King's birthday is being celebrated. It is the only time of .the year the palace grounds are open to the public, and we took advantage of. of it. The illuminations were V v ' " IG -. l . "" - .. s mf F W ' sk W ssr W . Jm & sW .aaai 0 JB ' STOCK :W OF ;: ' CLOTHING 'Wyf, r -:- P 'Wr.rl &Urx :hj- 'JVr.. ' "J.:T - ' '' .". 9 . am ... a m now readv :. to supply young "ineh, bld men and boys "- - 3 - with clothing, supplies daily. 'I have an immense stock and receiving new -- .5 v. v ? j :r I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing in this line, call at .once.. ?. r 9 -- : ' .: V . i; 'J.?, .Ssl-':.-- . i. : -- - (V SJHOiBS! SHOES!! I r-- , y. stock, of fme shoes for men and boys was selected with care. :v- boughtthem 't :'t I . ,r cdn also accommodate .ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes.'. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. V lovely. ,o Devotedly, Lucy. , P. S. I wanted to tell you I have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ) Ridabout two functions we attended . ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. before leaving Siam. One of the leading Chinese merchants gave flt matters riot what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. to celebrate the death of his wife a fine dinner, nine f courses, and well cooked. Twenty eight at the table, the only women being us four missionary women. The next day they had the cremation ceremonies. The catafalque was beautiful made in the main of bamboo and covered with silver paper put on runners and dragged through the streets to the cremation !grounds just outside 'the city. The procession was long with Chinese banners flying, gongs, flutes, violins and the barracks band, all trying to outdo each other in. tary costume, except he was The world is getting so crowdmaking noises. A man, went at barefooted. He shook hands ed that we presume the cows' X the head scattering gold and sil- - talked a few mimites then an- will soon begin to give condensed X ver papers so the departed would nounced that he was just out of milk. X The fish . liar is preparing to have plenty of money in the next his bath and hadn't dressed yet. world. At the cremation grounds He retired and in a few minutes hunch over and make room for MORAN fc LOWE a pavilion had been erected came back with his boots on. His the fellow who killed sixteen at A Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionand X where the guests drank tea while wife passed through with a one shot. Gratification are Guaranteed. m oh and a bath works were sent up to frigh- bath skirt fire After looking 'em over care., Give us a Trial and be Convinced. shouldSatang towell around her tens away evil spirits. fully, we have come to the con was scattered among the crowd ers. She spoke but did not come clusion that most complexions 5K5K5K5K5KJ$K$K$K$K$K5K5K$K5K and we were given handkerchiefs forward to greet us, until she are put on by union painters. saturated with perfume. Fire I came back clothed. Isn't it de Some ball players blame all Mr. C. E. "Ypung, near this wood was stacked all around and lightful to be on such intimate their shortcomings on the um- place, is building a new store underneath the catafalque, coal terms with royalty as to see them pire, and some men lay all their house. oil poured on and incense sticks coming from their bath and isn't mistakes to their wives. , Mrs. Lena Williams, who has Used Years distributed among the visitors. it a commentary on Siamese royA pessimist, my son, is a chap been sick some time, is no betThese were lighted and the yfisU alty that their passape f to and who thinks he is getting the ter. itors went up and threw them from the bath and dressing room worst of a fifty-fiftdeal unless Mrs. Mary Helm, ofj Jameson the nyre which was soon a is through the throne room? We he receives the hyphen. town, is visiting her father at mass of flames. We missionaries had a nine course English style this .place. declined to take part in the light- dinner, punctuated by frequent Dent The little 5 year old son of ing of the pryre for fear there belches from the governor. After Mark Lasley, died March the 8th might be some religious signifi- supper we had native music and The health of this community and was buried at!Esto. The Woman's ' Tonic cance in the incense sticks. The were given presents wrapped in is some better at present. 3 The bereaved husbaed so appre- gaily colored tissue paper. Sunday schooL and prayer Mr. Otha Grider has purchased (I . Sold Everywhere ciated our attendance that he meeting are progressing nicely a stock in the Eeynolds Greek Homespun Philosophy. t.b sent a very elaborate curtain as Telephone Co. Mr. Grider will at Blair's school house. an offering to purityjahd asked soon be in touch with the outSwimming is our idea of clean Miss Allie Calhoun has gore to side world by wire. be hung in our church, that it school at Bowling Green. , sport. and this was done. i i i i i i i i t v . v, - BUGGIES AND WAGONS. J i ? WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBUBQ, KENTUCKY. 3 3 H5)KI Colun bia Barber Shop 40 y GARDU J S v Then. Sarah and I were invited to the palace to dinner. We were quite punctual and arrived and an'hour before any one else. We were invited into the hall of State. In a few minutes in walked the govenor in his mili- - A smile beats, a barrel of liver medicine. No man will be down and out if he?s up and doing. Life seems to.be merely the Mying " ot one bill righfc; after another." 'r gone to Illinois to make it their face of the label with water and future home. hold for a moment over any conMrs. Bettie Blakey, who lived venient flam. The steam formed nearEsto, died March 2, and penetrates at .pnce.apd wm buried. riekr Mfc Pleasant.' softens thtpwte. the-labe- Mr. Julian Stapp and family, To easily and quickly remove Vetertttry Surge an awl Dentist s of. Mr. Leslie Stapp and wife, have a label from a bottle, wet the Special atteaticn given Disease .DomeetSs Animals Office L. H. at ' Refei-teace. Jone 1 k ', , mite o town, est Jixastown road.-,- . .. t l . v , ' Columbia ,,Kv.t ; U v . - jftl N; V ""'''" j-'- THB.AK fcQU&TY NEWS v .. &jWair ... Eoaruy - hews - i -- .fi?- FOB COUHTY ATTORNEY. towards demonstrating that tkf vJILdS Se&6ia Kentucky- We are authorized to announce W A. Coffey for re etecUea totheoftW 0 "Coanty --Attorney of &ftftltaflYuS;eton&tf acfcion'of to- r V j&?'W S.MURmLL. "WRS.04Sy HAMLETT,' moirtt the BrfpubKcIa primary, Mo be held the first Saturday in August. industrial 'situation i'ath&r, than Americanization sentiment rules. the lituatioH. This mayir not be right nevertheless it i$not the first timfe that we have hfeen reminded that "facts are atubborh mmmmmmmm mmtwmwm Nearly all the Republican canDfieiiUt nrpprdTcUd to tb latere! tbeOKrefCeknkasd tii.fetel f Adair didates fqr office have1 announced. In a very short time "the t4 aiieteteseeBBtlti. canvas? will start in earnest, and Entered at the Columba as second every nusn, m tne county will mil Batter. be shaken. Post-offic- things." & Attention Farmers! . e, President Hrrding has packed the Tariff Commission with oro- tectionists of the highest cult. s WEDKrMGH2ltfSl'. Subscription PrlceIlEtlana2ndITotal Eoae L50perycrr . ' AH Zones beyond 2ndD$2.00 perlyear A Subscription due and PayableTin Advance One of bis selections for-thiboard is the.secretary o!the noWe notice very encouraging re- - torious Home Market Cluo, .which ports' in maDy of.our exchanges his long advocated excluding all in regard 0 business. Nearly foreign-mad- e goods' fr6mr the r) all of them speak of the situation American markets. . growing betterf each one speakAnother is the president' of ' a A-- . . i high tariff organization. Evi- Clara Hamon was acquitted in dentally .the new President is. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE .'!. 4i'-determined that the expert ad We are authorizsd to announce "that in forty minuteja atArdmore Okmay be given ConJ. C. Carter, of Monroe county, is a lahoma,, for killing Jake Harmon-afte- r vice" that to the office her caselwas given to . the gress about the tariff shall come ' f candidate ior "experts" who believe, in .i Jet Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th jury. Harmohf was, a weafthy from district of Kentucky, subject the highest form of protection. ? "' Sfcd'the Republican primary, to be held oil magnate, hadr a wif ef amT'sev-era- l This, action will be explained children, but he had been fiba first Saturday in August, 1921. living a double life, with Clara, by some as indicating that the president intends - to side with FOR COMMONTTEALTri ATTORNEY ,' his victim, for ten years "if . those members of his party who i;&. 1. v. As this paper'predicteditf its ,a4vate going back to the AI- We are authorized to announce that , "iK. A. Huddleston, of Cumberland first issue after ictT'tanff and nermittmcr oup 'County, is a candidate for r..7f.. . J j .? Milton H.'Smitb,:Mfr WEf Mft?: r iqreignraae 10 aissappear. Ti to he office of .Commonwealth's Atic torney in this the 29th Judicial dis- pother was elected a , fewiida equally probable, however, trict, subject to thelactionZof the Be-- , rgo, President thr' that the whole thing is. merely publican primary to be held the first Raiff(d;al3bmpany.. a part of a plan to get rid ot the' .Saturday in .August, J921. Nashville ,j 5e wa3 brought up in theoffice Tariffs Commission. The Repub- tfor Sheriff. 01 cue company, Knane waa tAta"Vi'i"tfr-- hno nAtTAw ii ' e are authorizgdo announce'that the logical manytfi 'Mj A Tariff Commission, and no mat- yh W. B. Patteson is aj candidate for years on account ;terwli'at it'does in the immead- Sherin 01 Aaair councy,nsuDject to party, ability as a financierWid much .late future about tariff changes, the action of the Eepublican .if' expressed at the August primary. of Mr. Smith's workheW & it jdfetigrmined not to be embar-assed-in our judgment, has made a the recommendations 6i We are authorized to 'announce that Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff wise selection. Mr. Mapotber. expe'rts'riot themselves ; belie vers of Adair county, subject to the action is '49 years old and is a native of in the doctrine of protection. "of the Eepublican. party, 'expressed at Louisville. Louisville Post. the August primary. W" fi '-V Announcements. ing of their immediatelvicinity. h JKVlf , ?3 3 i-- -- jv eadiy.i -- The Season has Arrived ion ybuto;' Purchase your Plows, Etc. Also Seed. 3t We have Everything Vou Need, and cariv furnish you at the Lowest Figures, Ma-chinfer- y, 1 -- ' . -- Buggie s and. Wagoni; ; .' ,1 ti -- on theeath.arif iisyflp m -- a. x. ,11 - d j- - t ifeffor Wat are also. Supplied with ' r!4i Piiggies," ; the very tA" Best Make.Ifyoff need a Good FarntfWWon. j we'" wnnTfl" ,r t ..w.. 0 r' :,VV - like. to Furnish You" 'Utr tsid'iw(trf' Sic ". "Htaine .- r N- - I " . . : -- V iSi- - wt 1 . iri zl&mt .. : by T5IS 9hHV 1 For County Judge We are authorized to announce Geo. Herriford a'candidate forjj Judge of .the Adair County Court, subject to the action of theJRepublican primary to be help the firstSSaturday in Au-',T. II gust. .. Court Clerk of Adair County, subThis week Mr. W. T. Price, dacy, and every vote cast for enforced. He is exceedingly ject to the action of the Republican party) It had been known who is well and favorably known him at the primary will be grate- courteous to members of the .' about Columbia for the past week over the county, announces, fully appreciated. A little later bar, hence he is very much liked that Miss Nell was seriously con- through this paper, his candi- Mr. Price hopes to meet all the by the fraternity of the district. sidering making this race, and dacy for Circuit Court Clerk of voters of his party in the county Judge Carter will use his best for Countycourt;clerk. on last Monday the definent con- Adair county, subject to the' ac- and personally present his claims. efforts before the primary to e are authorized to announce Mr. :' meet as many of his Adair oun-ty clusion was reached. Those who tion of the Republican party. ( Bingham Moore a candidate! for Coun- -, In this issue of the News the 'ty Court Clerk of Adair County, friends as possible. He understand the situation will be Mr. Price served one term in this action' of the Eepublican official announcement of Judge wants to say to the Republicans ' bound to conclude that she will positions and his qualifications to party, as expressed! at the" primary,' C. Carter, of Tompkinsville, of the district first Saturday in August. that he is not unbe formable, as she is one of conduct the affairs of the office J. for to the office of mindful of the partiality shown Adair county's best young la- need not be told through a newsWe are authorized to announce Mr. dies and is thoroughly qualified, paper, as his efficient work for Circuit Court Judge in this the him in the past. It i3 highly ap. ,S. C. Neat a candidate for Twenty-nint- h district, appears. preciated and he feels grateful Counto Connty Court Clerk for the position. She was edu- six years-i- known to all the vot ty, subject to the action of the Eecated at the Lindsey-Wilso- n and er3 of the county. .He, is not on- Judge Carter has presided over to all his loyal friends. To those publican party, as expressed at the this district since who did not support him he has s primary, first Saturday in August. clerk, but while the Courts-othe Columbia High School, andj ly a last year she took a nine months' he was in office, he made it ex- Judge H. C. Baker went off the not a word of condemnation, and We are authorized to announce that business course at Bowling Creen ceedingly pleasant for all who bench, nearly twelve years ago, his hand is ever ready to give Miss Christine Nell, of Grady viile, is visited his place of business. and during that time he has them a warm shake." and during that time "she. a.candidate for County Court, Clerk of While the office- of circuit clerk, gained a very enviable reputa proficient in .Adair county, sublect to theaction of A Splendid Offer. typewriting and stenography. strictly speaking, is not political, tion as a fair and impartial the Republican party, expressed at These qualifications fit her for no man can make a race in this Judge, one of the, best in the the August primary. Here is a proposition we make to At the present time' there is a ? making an excellent Clerk. Miss day .and time without declaring State. He has had fewer rereaders who want a city paper, but do lot of unemployment in the coun Nell's father is a prominent .his political affiliations, therefore, versals than any Judge during FOR iJAILER. not want a daily: try, and Congress has listened physician, who perhaps has as Mr. Erice is a Republican . and his long service on the, bench, We will furnish the Adair County are authorized, to announce k Frank Woiford Mifler, of the. Eunice to the demands for immigration wide an acquaintance in Adair has worked diligently in the in- which shows his superior qual News and the St. Louis x 'precinct, a candidate for Jailer of restrictions ification for the high office he Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year. In that will keep county as' any other 'one man. terest of that party ever since "!Adair county, subject to the action of foreign labor out of the United She. lost her mother, who and before he became- a voter: has so acceptable filled since- he Kentucky. To subscribers living In Republican, primary, to be held In 'jthe AUgUSt. States Aside from the question before her marriage, .was a He has voted at every election, was inducted into ,it.,. He is per- other States 82.40. The Globe Democrat of being "flooded" with this Miss Yates, in the Grady-vill- e supporting the nominees of said haps better known in the disFOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. is one of the best and newest papers class of new citizens the more Flood, about fifteen years party, Mr. Price is asking the trict than any other one man. published In this county. We do not imporrant issue is their competi- ago. Miss Nell has pleasing support of the Republicans of and there is not a doubt but le ;' We are authorized to announce M know how long this proposition will a candidate for tion, with our own laboring class- manners, knows how to make this county because of his qual- - gions of Republicans throughout hold good, therefore, you if want the to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of es. It was quite a different mat- friends and is one of the most mcations and because be needs the district stand ready .to sup papers, call or send in your subscripAdair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary to be held ter during the war. When there popular young ladies in the the emoluments of the office, as port him for the third'ternV. At tion at once. ' the first Saturday in August, 1921. were not enough men in the southwestern part of Adair he has a wife and four children, this time Judge Garter has no I i country to do the labor of the county. She frill make an effort who need every dollar that his opposition, and it is not likely The red fox will, when occasion We ara authorized to announce ,'w call for it, give vent to a kind of T. JPrlce ,a candidate for" Circuit mines and factories, there ac- before the primary to become ac- time and talent commands. that he will have. We feel sure d ' CoSrt'Clerk of Adair county, subject tually existed. strong, screech,' that when sentiment quainted with all the voters of During the six years he served that his Adair county friends to the action of the Republican .party, that was voiced in the public' her party, of the county, and in the neonle in this capacity, he will cheerfully support him, as heard at night is quite expressed at the primary the first says the American Forpress, favoring more immigra- the meantime she asks that h,er made an enviable reputation all we have not heard a complaint Saturday in August. . i tion. The incoming foreigners candidacy be favorably consider-- , over this Judicial district, and it of unfairness from any source. estry Magazine. This is its purtor oouKtfy attorney;. were not then considered as conF ed. The ladies now have the was often heard "there Is not a He is a Judge who dispatches pose, as it often serves as a pro petitors in the field'of labor, and ballot and the right to hold office. better nor a more accurate clerk business, and socially, he is a taction for its young. Weare authorized to ansounce un- "'taeBaaeoek a candidate for County therefore there was only small In the coming election they will in the five ceuntiea comprising very excellent; geotlaman. He Now that we are through cus littWBey'of Adair Co'anty, subject te objection 'to thir admisaion to have the privilege of yotiisf for it." 'Mr. Price wuta'the R'e-- Ur not only a profound and karn-- d sing winter we may soo isfelge f'&eMtlea W'tbe EepuWteftn party, te our shore. Today it is different lawyar, his only objact bain in oec equally favorite one of their ex in the .ptraoa ot publican yotew of Adafc ...'llfc &fiima at the ABf wt primary. to' 1 . .,,' V :.?-i"Tte facta- fco lt it heldAugust. 6th. Iof WT ttiM.ClMWtlMNffJI. .. .. lawtot,'," rigidly of tearing off a few at . to atrioutly coaskkr 'bit ,umK T. ' Walter ' Ire-electi- are authorized to announce that S. Sinclair is a candidate for to the office of County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary to be held the firstlSaturday in August. We sub-ectto- the i " . -- r . Republican leaders say that the immigration bill, which form-l- y President Wilson refused to sign will be reenacted early in the special session, withsome modifications. The three percent limitation will likey be increased to nve percent, so that no more than a certain percent, of the people from any .country will be permitted to land, the percent age being based upon the num ber of immigrants from those countries already in our country. The discrimination is intended to carry over a limited, period, Which will cover somewhere between one and two years. While there has been a great deal of discussion about limiting immigration on account of its relation to Americanization methods, still it cannot escape the intelligent observer that the guiding force is more closely related to employment and unemployment in the United States. By reference to our announcement column it will be seen that Miss Christine Nell, or Grady-vill- e, I Davis Hardware Co. daughter of DrvL. C. Nell, i formerly announces her candidacy for the office of County J' wmmmm ijBijeii -on s first-clas- f . be-ca- me book-keepin- g, . -- 1 ;;-W-- Twice-a-wee- i - - -- - - Twice-a-wee- k rey high-pitche- awe-inspirin- g, ' . :'- : - - . ?. wjr ; v .1 r.-- '& nwimi i f . -- . r V WfOUpiifc &QENTYSEWS er "5 zxr&i$ -- ?J".fcS ' V ;The ftditof ,of;.th1s-!p- riejflKVwS Ti 5- Harris, wa&.q;uh;e ii . Caldwell's condition is, re-- . r'" "" ' 'eick jjast FriaJTsSaturlayf i ported Jm & ir 'ir mad ' busieess M' v muchter. g tf fe DpKilIi48R?lu" trip Mr. Life Akiff Write Irria NetWood, FeaacylTW "Miss Bess Hunt), who went to Louis to Lou Isvillfy last week. Ha ears : VAlter usinx one kwre caclcaere. we counted 48 dead rats." ville last week, for a few days, has rekflk 'em, dries up the carcass, acd, leaves Dr. Jas Triplett is Improving and no Emeu, .uata ana aoga woa:c tcra.cn it. turned., home. Comes ia convenient size cakes; no mixing will be at his office soon.' with other food. Gt a package today. Mr. Robert Willis left for Akron, Three sizes: S5e for kitchen or eellar: 66e Mr. J. E. Humble, Russell Springs, for chicken house or corn crib; $L25 for Ohio, last Saturday.' He was notified barns and outbuildings. Your money back was here last Saturday. if the work. that his job was ready fcr him. cs NO. IU1LLS Master John Beard has Wen on the Mr. J. C Russell left this afternoon I sick list for several days. for-th- e Louisville and Cincinnati riS'i Mr. S. D. Pace, Cumberland county, markets, accompanied by his wife sd Gaartaiced 6f was here a few days ago. and little daughter, "Catherine. Paull Drug Company, Master Jas. Gilliam Eubank was Mr. J. w. Kerr prominent: InsU r " Davis Hardware Company quite sick the first of the week.. anceTmah'of Campbeilaville.'was over Mrs. Geo. H. Nell, who has been last Wednesday, and while-- there, he rIn the case of the Commonwealth quite sick, has very much improved. adjusted a loss his company had sus- against E ver Esr, chargebwlth mar Mr. T. M. Abeli, Lebanon, made a tained in Hussell county, fl liciously stabbing Brack Grant, tried v.." to Columbia last week. business trip Mrs. Ira Powers and little son, of .last Wednesday, the jury returned a .,: ... . . Mr. H. T. Baker and his sister, MissH Harrodsburg, who visited herela'st verdict, oi one hunared dollars in iavor Sallie Baker were quite sick last week. week, will return home, in a few days. vqf the State Mrs. Lula Sinclair and son, Marvin, Mrs". Powers is a daughter of Judge Uo7yR6yaV Columbia . , -- Arch Masons,Chapter, have been quite sick for several days. and Mrs- W. S. Sinclair; , will met in rTiaVcotf'--vocatioMr.Jas. A. Wilmore, an attorney at Missses Ada and Lucy Neat were on next, Friday nlght atio" a fnll; sick list a day or two of last week.- Lexington, who was called home on attendance, is desired the likely Miss Victoria Hughes is visitiog her account of the serious illness of j. his there "will be work in the- - 'mark Mas- brother and uncle in Quannah Texas, motherrresulting-Jh- - death, returned; Iter's degree fy " home last Saturday Miss Edna Lewis, who has Mrs. Crandall (Iowa) TellsHpw Shev Dr. Garnett Miller and wife, of Stopped Chicken Loises; Jft from home for some weeks? reMoody, Texas, were here during Mrs. "Last spring, rats killed allourbanxchKas; V?isb turned last Monday. p before. TjiKttVJust one I'd known about Eliza Wilmore's list days, Mrs. Mil larEepackagewekuledswarmsof rats' Theymjg't Miss Anna Eubank, who is employyear's hatches. Ill bet." ler being a daughter. Dr. .Milter will' get this and sells for 35c. 65c, $1.25. ' anteed ,. ed in Louisville, is at home for a week Sold and guaranteed by leave for home this week. 'MrsI'MjiTer or two. some weeks liter. Paull Drufl Uo. ' ' Mrs. J. R. Tutt, Jr., Milltown,spent " Davis Hardware Company two days of last week, with Mrs. Irwin lt MrsLta week BfaiaaesTriplett was quite sick all L W. Dale, Blackwell, Okla.. F. Reyublds. who are wibstantlai". ...t friends to this paper, and whohevej; arrived in Columbia a few days 'ego r lose an opportunity to do it afavor. Mrs.AV. E. who Mr. -. &&ittA e; -- i ML - J H RUSSELL & CO.". EASTER STYLES IN MEN'S WEAR Wilson Bro's. Scarfs 4 . BAT-SNA- P I i 2 ny BJy "SoU K!aBSSWSfHBSI. RATS-ueAv- v.: .Wch, quiet patterns . 7UiKi ' H'Wi . I'i it- - hand made from French, Svyiss and Austrian silks $3.00 bt Similar effects in fine domestic silks $1.00 m XtR EKJrrLH li'l yvrVrnBIknHiA II Hi l ' sSka.'aWt .. "ii.it -- '.if $2.00.4 "1 MS 3?i,.. n saw "He- -' -- ?b$2 .I ... iyHc4KfUMH;' ft J'.U iawsn iii'Wi .v,'itii- V -- mil. - . t' lnWi , , , . - Itls t.j to art?, 'sr.w JEPBira&ariPHP SbeHBS in r . ;alir ? k' n o - -, s: ;" ' :A3". m : been-ab-se- '" SBmBB9ss3Bi BBWHMKunHB flMMR Bat-Sna- 0 hit - f j ,n 0c Fraser. In Hbrriford "Bottom. RussH coun-- of, v Mr. Walter McKinbey, cashier. 'Twb'FpIttNiring caraiand Pord ty, last Thursday a tteefeli;'6jQi Rube the Bank of Jamestown, was here last Racer. Smith, breaking both of hls.egs and J. Press Miller, ' Friday. both of his arms. He. only?;, lived a 21-Columbia, Ky. short time He was buried" Saturday Rev. H, C. Moxley, of the Casey rift) of 01 Bennett, Borntol at Russell Springs Creek section, was In Columbia last 3t vo J9t s?i-- ' i fc WBmSSsmt Our store is filled with the for SPRINGJ-th- e Latest. . Patterns and Materials in Shirts,-' Neckwear ahd.l'urnishihgs. . We want you tq come in and lolok aroundwhile oiir Stocks'1 are"'iri: . 'Perfect? Shape. Also large-stoc- k of Ladieff Goods, new-things 4' sr -- " Ready-to-We- ar nisMm& - "'?., i "swe:"r '- "lE,;iar VJ SH v3 . Monday., Marcbp&aaughter. WifiST Fer Sale. .of those who were accidentally poison- en at the home of Mr. M. L.,Gri$sbm,-wThursday. stated that Miss Carrie Grissom Good buggy and harness-almonew. Mrs. Mary Phillips, of this place, is Alert nna RfntiHarrl flllwoi. Tononn-lfowas one of the, victims W6 were .., -ww g of Dr?,Hunterr Write or phone, visiting at It was Miss Eleanor -r ., 7, st WW-.- .-... P. P. Wesley, Liberty, had business rn Columbia last Messrs. Josh And Last week in giving the "names of .. e ' -- S thei-hom- e .JW...., mis-lntorme- d. ' sr its' saP - i. 32 Somerset. Mr. . , Some of the county candidates are Whitlock, Campbellsville, were here now shaking the bushes. last Tuesday. Mrs. C. A. Hay, of Chalybeate, Ky., Notices, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs., All persons having claims against T. C. Faulkner. the estate of the late John N. Mr. G. W. Staples who is employed will please present same at Lexington, spent several days of: properly verified once. the at . VI last week in Columbia. Lillian Conover, Mrs. Fannie Willis and her brother, T. A. Holladay, Admr.'a Mr. Johnny Conover were' numbered ' t with the sickjlast week. Mr R. T Bennett sold the Kelsey Mrs. Frank L. Wolford, of HamilBrcs. and sister, a few dary ago, 877.84 ton, Ohio, visited at the home of Mr. worth of lumber which they will use ,; S. D. Barbee last week. esclucively in huilding chicken houses. Miss Mary Winfrey isspendir.r a week or two at the home or her uwjie, "I Got Real Mad when I Lost My Setting Hen,'' writes Mrs. Hannaj Mr. Ewing Stults, Louisville. Con-ove- r, J. T. 3owdy and Mr.G. w! Albert Bryant, Ozark, Ky. Prices Are Lower Than They Have. Been For Four Years. m How a Rat Nearly Destroyed Mrs. L. Bowen's (R. I.) House 'For months we wouldn't go into'the cellar, fearing a big rat. Onenight it set our whole kitchen on fire by chewing matches. The next day", we got the ugly thing with RatSnap just one cake." .Rats dry ' up aod leave no smell. Three sizes 35c. 65c. $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. Driscoil Case Continued. . Davis Hardware Company ' 20-3- i- - Raymond Driscoil, one of the men' Drs. Flowers and Russell operated charged with attempting to rob the on little Stanley Sinclair lastThurs Bank of Columbia, on January 4, 1921, day morning. An incision was made was brought before Court hist Wed- from the back and about one quart of jriesday morning, and by agreement puss drained. After the Jncision the the case was continued until the third little patient got better,- and it is day of the next July term of circuit hoped that he will show marked court. An order was made directing - I say that it was the most frightful storm they ever witnessed. Tiie fire alarm was sounded, and a great many people arose from their beds and went to the scene, but the fire was in such headway eCorts to extinguish the. flames were useless. The sympathy oi the town, is with Mr Willis Mr Willis lives at what is known as the McFarland place. of Watch your children for sympt m worms. They undermine the health and breed sickness Use White's Cream Vermifuge. It expels? worms and restores health and 35c. Sold by Paull Drug Cv Adv' Res. Phone 13-- B. Business PhonDl3-- Jennie Garnett, who has been on an extended visit to Louisville and Franklin, Ky., .returned home last Miss week. Mr. Emmet Goode and Mr. S. S. Goode, prominent citizens of the Casey Creok section, were here a few "When I went into our barn and found my best setter dead. I got real mad. One trackage of killed six bis rats.. Poultry raisers should use) Comes in cakes, no mixing. No smell from dead rats. Three sizes. Prices. 35c, 65c. $1.25, Sold and guaranteed by Rat-SnaRat-Snap- ." N.J. , Paull. Drug Company. Davis Hardware Company There will be services atthe Baptist days since. er, Mr. B.. L. Davis, last Saturday Why Mr. N. Windsor (R. I.) Put Up and Sunday. with Rats for Years Mrs Clarence Armett, of Louisville, ,"years ago I got some rat poison, which nearly arrived Thursday en route for Roy to' killed our fine watch dog. We'puf-u'- with rata t until a friend ftld me about It surely be at the bedside. of her mother, Mrs. kills rats, though house nets won't touch it" Rata Cry up and leave no smelL Prices. 35c. 65c, 51 .25. S. P. Sulllvaru 'Sold and imanntiftl --' ' Roy, who Miss Thelma Burton, of - uK:t Drug C. Paull has been in school at Berea for several Davis .Hardware Company weeks, returned home lastThursdaj' on account of .illness. A six year old son of Mr. Ted Rob Mr. T. R. Stults made a business Idson was drowned in. Cumberland fivtrip to Western Kentucky last week, er at Beck's Island, last Thursday. visiting Bowling Green, Hopkinsville, Up to Saturday the Twdy had not Franklin and other cities. been found: ' Messrs. W. C. and Burton Yates, who live in Boone county, were called Judging from what we have heard4 here, last week, on account of the ill- there will be a lot of paint used in ness of their sister, Mrs. Geo. H. Nell. Columbia, this spring, as many are contemplating, repainting their resJudge T. A. Murrell, Louisville, I idences made abusiness trip to Russell Springs last week. En route he stopped a Crjurch Burned. Jew'hours with his Columbia, friends. Eld. H. B. Gwinn and wife, James J A .Baptist Church, built Dy what is town, and Christine, a little daughter known as Regular Baptists, was con- -' of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKlnaey sumed by tire last Thursday night. It were visiting in Columbia last Friday. is believed to have beep the work of Mr. 'J. E. Miller, who has Jbeen at an incindiary. The church building jKme for some aaoaths, was notified was located near Felly ton. Rev. EL (J. Friday te return to Akron, Qhiq, Moxley. ws hre Moody, ModUting 'rt eeee) taeefc feei&f ;fe:waitiBfrfor ibe sewtty AUrny,v .Mr.;Ulf;J A. Rat-SnaKi-- Church, Milltown,, n'exn Sundajv foreMr. Bob Davis, wife, and little son, noon and evening. All the community Lebanon, visited atthome of his broth- is invited especially the members. ""' Prof. E. Garnett Graves, of keeping. delivered a very entertaining address at the Baptist church last Setting up Meeting April 12. Sunday forenoon, his subject being "Church Discipline.''' The pastor, The District Setting-u- p Meeting for Rev! Leslie J B Smith,' filled the pulthe Columbia District m! E. Church. pit of the Baptist church, Campbells-ville- j South, will be held in Columbia .April same day. 12th, beginning at 10:00. a. m. Those wife, of Ray Mont- - .who are expected to attend are, as Born, to the Conference Director. Hon gome ry, one day last, week, a daugh follows: Ir: Montgomery . practices law T. A. Luman; Conference Secretary, ter. in Louisville apdMrs. Montgomery Eev. LeonidaB Robinson D. D. All was with her .mother, in- Warren the pastors of the district; all the county, when her baby was' born. A charge' directors; the minute men letter states that the mother and in- - chairmen of each church, the district officers of each church board; the dis fant are doing nicely. J trict alumni directors and the district Ladies Notice. 'lay leader, It.is very necessary that the above named persons be present have now on display the largest On the night of the 12th there will be most select Millinery line 1 have ai "great Mass Meetjng addressed by and ever had. This line represents 4 Rev. A, R. Kasey, D. T of Hopkinsmarkets: New York, Chicago. Louis- ville, Ky. Make your arrangements Camp-bellsville, - the sheriff of Adair county to return Driscoil to the Louisville jail for safe $P Better Than Traps For Rats Writes Adams Drug Co.. Texas They eay : M RAT-SNA-P ia doing the work and the rat undertakers are as busy as pop corn on a hot stove." Try it on your rata. Or. J. N Murrell UZjXXJlIOX . Office, Front Rooms Jeffries IS RATSKAPi3a'noneyback"Buaranteed BTJg. sw"" Sold and Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. 6ure killer. Cornea ready for tise ; no mixing with other foods. Cats and dojrs won't touch it. Rata dry tip and leave so smell. Three, Biiea: 85c for one room: 65c for bouse or chicken yard ; lor barns ana outbuildings. S tart killing rats today, UP STAIRS. Ji5 mbi COLUMBIA, Kt Davis Harkware Company Mr. G. W. Hancock, who lost his 1 jto be'present at ville and Nashville. I can show you , all the New Colors in shapes and T. J. Wade,. P. E braids, Harding Bine, Jade African Destructive Storm. Brownj Orchid Porcelian, Coque de these-meetings with-out;fai- l. - ' printing outflfc and building at Campbellsville some raonttiB ago by fire, was ih Columbia last Wednesday, being an attorney In a cace that will "bacaUed'in court. In a conversation with him, he, informed us that he was rebufding his office and that he hoped to have it completed in about three weeks, and that he had already bargained for ffts outfit, and that he felt sure that he would be ready to start his paperJn something like two months. His job.presses will start sooner. Mr PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST IS NONE TOO GONET t t Are always the most enthusiastic concem-- ing the excellence of one Dry Cleaning And Dyeing' We-hav- one. of the most . efficient Remodeling Departments in the. country. Furs transformed into .the mode very quickly. MenTa and; women's garments altered; ir& any- way - desired. We dye fur skins and remodel thesl roache, Nickie, Dock, Beige, candy terrific electric storm- visited this locality last T.uesday night, and whtfe it wa's raging in its greatest force, lightning struck the barn of Mr. Henry Willis, out on the Greensburg road, in the suburbs of Columbia, setting the barn on fire and it was soon' consumed. In the barn were four good mules, a A - cloth, Moss brad, Batevia cloth, shapes In newest straws Barnyard; Visca, Wenchaw, Broom corn, split Milans,two Tone Pea nut's Liserie and Milans, Leghorns, etc . JuHa Eubank. For rapid healing there is nothing, like Liquid Bbrozone. It mends torn fleet), heals cats, burns or' soree so qnMfc')yw.Um Is jost- from work. Prfe, 80o,. .90e,,and $1.20. Sold by, AdV: J?mH DrarC, , - cow, some goats, 5000 pounds of hay, thirty barrels of corn, a lotrof oats, shlpetuff, harness and farmiBg machinery and farming tools. All were. 'cooHuaed. TImJomIs fully $2,100,-996- let 0 InwrwM. .; r:v '.-' ' '" fi' t yo ;.?V laCMsMftiwrMwre:p many way. Instead- - of observing self denial week, as a means of raising money for We tailor make men or fades the 40,000,000 inhabitants of the suits $50.00 urr. Latest styles- famine area in north Central China, TEASDALE 625-62Walnut the. pupils or the Fine Mountain Set Ohio.- school in Harlan county, will tlement deny themselves one meal a week for a month, thus saving seventeen cents week of self denial by the osc&sfeoi on each meal. Through this saving from each meal of. some- little foed they already have sent $101 00 to the luxury and the- money thus saved be donated to the Chinese. China Famine Fund Louisville. This is a, the gist of a letter from Mrs.Ethe--t If you belch ap bltfeeJMjMfcfntf U quid, suffer fren heartbrn asd DeLopg Zande, received by the Eev. Dr. 33. Y. flJulliBB, of Louisville,ehair-wo- f stomach, you seed the toote Kepw-tle-s &t Herbtoe. It is a fwclsivm& the fasd. Dr. MuHiM previt araagtlioniBg ediele fer H ' uttm ' asly issued an appeal threufbtauti XeataokyVrfer the obttr-?a-e Ce. el if SeM.kr'Fwri 7 Sheet-Cincinnati- , - tc acr m. (". 0if . 6 vh Continued from Page 2. ;: z! i COUNTY NEWS -- - -- - - "You're riot so good a business man NINETEEN YEARS IN KNSAi. as I gave you credit for being," the i vlirant other business for my road, Colbnel retorted mirthfully. "Two hunsmdJ'lf the N. C. O. paraUels It, I will dred and fifty dollars! Oh, Lord! BY R. W. ALLEN. 'foe left with two streaks of rust on my Poundstone, you're funny. Upon my word you're a scream." And thfe Colo- -' kX. "AiJi- - perceive.. So It will, Jsoult, nel gave. himself up to. hearty laugh. "You call it a retainer," A letter to my relatives ana "'You agree with me, then, Pound-'etonhe continued presently, "but a grand friends in old Kentucky. that the N. C. O. Is not designed jury might call It something else. HowInterests, of the ever." he went on after a slight pauset to footer the best To begin my story, will say cqinmunity. pf course you do. I take U therefore, that when the K$0. O. that in April 1902, I, with my Its franchise to run through "'''esfor family consisting of myself and guinola, neither you nor your city good wife, (who was formerly co- - ntril will consider the proposition ly ?. "i cannot, of course, speak for the d:.v council" Poundstone began, but Pennington's" cold, amused smile froze fur: her utterance. "Be frank with me, Poundstone. I ni not a child. What I would like to Jnmw Is this: will you exert every effort to block that franchise in the firm conviction that by so doing you will accomplish a. laudable public service?" I'oundstone squirmed. "When I Jwtve had time to look Into the matter Biorc thoroughly " "Tut-tumy dear man! Let us not the-- fence. Business Is a Nelthei and so Is politics. any sentiment. Suppose you fl.mlil favor this N. C. O. crowd In a idea that you were doing the Tiplt thing, and that subsequently. t, ki;s pi'-takon :, jitn.ibii-Ies- s fellow-citizen- s developed idea that you had not done your jmltlif duty. Would some of them not , to likely to invoke a recall election .anJ retire you and your city council th In vl dmibt If they could defeat me, Gol'.nel." I have no such doubt," Pennington yepKed pointedly. Vundstone looked up at him from oi.itr lowered lids. "Is that a throat ?u he demanded tremulously. "My dear fellow! Threaten my Slssice? guwstl" Pennington laughed patronlz-Jns"I am giving you advice, IJoundstone and rather good advice, it strikes me. However, while we're on the subject, I have no hesitancy In telling you that In the event of a disastrous decision on your part I d not, feel justified In supporting y. sh-tul- with equal frankness, 'lie Jjave said : "I would smash you." To hit, guest his meaning was not obscure. Poundstone studied the pattern of the 5m:, and Pennington, watching him Bhnrp,ly, saw that the man was distressed. He resolved on a bold stroke. "Let's not beat about the bush, Pomjdstone," he said with the air of tf father patiently-- striving to induce his child to recant a He, tell the truth, anJL save himself from the parental wnth. "You've been doing business with Ogilvy; I know It for a fact, and you might as well admit It." Poundstone looked up, red and embarrassed, "lr I had known " he began. "Certainly, certainly! I realize you Acted In perfect good faith. You're ,11k? the majority of people in Sequoia. !Yo ''re all so crazy for rail connection with the outside world that you jump it the first plan that seems to promise you one. Have you promised Ogilvy franchise?" There was no dodging that ques-itloA denial, under the present circumstances, would be tantamount to jui admission; Poundstone could not i guegs just how much the Colonel really knew, and it would not do to lie to him. since eventually the He must be might, n. 7P'U" discovered. Clean." He resolved to "come "The city council has already granted the N. C. O. a temporary franchise," he confessed. r-- " ' Pennington sprang furiously to his "Dammit," he snarled, "why did you do that without consulting me?" "Didn't know you were remotely interested." Now that the Ice was broken. Poundstone felt relieved and was prepared to defend his act vigorously. A$d we rtid not commit ourselves Irrevocably," he continued. "The temporary franchise will expire In twenty-eight days and in that time the 2. C. O. cannot even get started." you any understanding as to J an extension of that temporary franchise, In case the N. C. O. desires It?" "Well, yes not In writing, however. I gave Ogilvy to understand that If he Vwas not ready In .thirty days, an ex tension could readily be arranged." "Any witnesses?" "I am not such a fool, sir." Pound stone declared with asperity. "I had a. notion 1 might as well admit It that you would have serious objection to lwvlng your tracks cut by a at B and Water streets." And for io reason In life except to justify himself and inculcate In Pennington an impression that the latter waa deal g ing with a crafty and boldly and mayor, Poundstone smiled knowingly. He leaned back 'nonchal-aiUt- y and blew smoke at the celling. "You oily rascal !" Pennington soliloquized. "You're a smarter man than I thought You're trying to play both enos against the middle." He recalled tbp report of his private detective and the Incident of Ogllvy's visit to young Henry Poundstone's office with a small leather bag; he was more tbjm ever convinced that this bag had contained the bribe, in gold coin, which bad been productive of that temporary franchise and the verbal understanding for its possible exten-fion- .. fleet. 's, J jump-croSKi- far-seein- v "Ogilvy did business with you through your son Henry," he Poundstone started violently. much did Henry get out of it?" "How ?B8iBgto'C0&tlaBed bratally. J "Two fcttadre and fifty dollars and sot a ceat more," Pound- ' ?;HierFrottfa YirtwwlT--M tratt- chal-'lenge- d. re-iaie- r, Richard Gaddy, formerly a citizen of old Hart Co., Ky. So you see my first two victims were Kentuckians. I sold him my stock of "goods and store house and bought his' horses and farm-in- g tools. I changed to farmer f again. The change did not prove profitable' to me, as I am only a theoretical farmer, and Nannie Williams, a daughter of meeting the same condition in .7 Dock: and Phoebe Williams) who farming that I had met some lived then i mile southwest of years previous in Anderson Co., old Neatsville, Adair Co., Ky., Kansas, I soon decided to look up with our five children, Charlie, another victim and was not long Finis, Eunice and Ray and Ralph, finding him in the person of Mr. (the last two being twins) bid H. Hayworth, of Smith Haven, adieu to our many friends and Kan. I traded him a farm of relatives and pet sail for unny 160 acres, in Meade Co., Kansas, stock&of goods, paying Kansas, where I previously had to his been and bought me a beautiful him. the difference in cash. He home, consisting of 80 acres as had a large stock of goods, and 1 fine land, I thought, and nice needed some experienced help, dwelling, and all necessary out- so I took in a partner in the perbuilding as one could wish for, a son of J. W. Green and wife, of happy home, landing there in a Wellington, Kansas, running in Politics for Your "You're few days and setting down to very profitably and agreeably for Health." enjoyment of a happy life. 2 years. I then decided 1 would "you're not In politics for your health; the gather run the business alone, I so let's get down to brass tacks. How That is, I pictured it that way in much do you want to deny the N. C. 0. my own mind. The Panorama bought out Mr. Greens interest not only an extension of that temporary franchise but also a permanent spread before me was almost and paddled my own canoe alone, franchise when they apply for it?" years, but bein which for the next three Poundstone rose with great dignity. equal to "Colonel Pennington, sir," he said, old man Adam and Mother Eve coming tired again of the con"you insult me." finement in the .store, I began to "Sit down. You've been insulted enjoyed. That was the picture that way before now. Shall we say only in my mind. So after look around for another victim one thousand dollars per each for your and found him in the person of three good councllmen and true, and planting and cultivating actually for yourself that sedan of my nleee!&?. (no picture in the mind) I reach- Mr. Robt. Session, real estate It's a good car. I imagine it will please agent located at Winthrop, LitMrs. P. immensely and grant you sur- ed forth my hand to pluck the tle River .Co., Ark., a native cease from sorrow. Of course, I will Golden fruit, but alas! alas! not give it to you. I'll sell It to you Arkansan. but a shrewd busi.of plucking tHe golden five hundred down upon the signing of the agreement, and In lieu of the cash, fruit as I had expected, I got ness man and was not long in I will take over that jitney ,Mrs. closing a deal with him, trading Poundstone finds so distasteful. Then what is familiarly known as a him a part of my stock of goods I will employ your son, Henry, as the attorney for the Laguna Grande Lum- failure, on account of too much shoes, hats and caps, for a farm ber company and give hlnj a retainer rain early in the spring and too twenty-fivone hundred dollars for of 150 acres on Little River, 4 of year. I will leave It to you to get this liltle rain later in the season, twenty-fivhundred dollars from July and August, and besides I miles north of Winthrop, Ark. Henry and pay my niece cash for the I had yet on hand the balance of car. Doesn't that strike you as a per- realized before long that I had fectly safe and sane proposition?" not settled in Paradise, but had my stock of goods, consisting Had a vista of paradise opened up goods, notions what is familiarly principally of dry before Poundstone, he could not have settled in been more thrilled. He had been abso- known in that country, Anderson and groceries. I needed anothlutely honest in his plea to Mrs. er victim before I could move to Poundstone that he could not afford a Co , Kansas, as Starvation Ridge. seMy farm was located on a high my farm in Arkansas. I did not dan, much as he longed to oblige her lose much time in finding him in peace. plateau, overlooking a beautiful and gain a And now the price was dangling before valley on the East, some 20 miles the person of L.B. Hamilton, of his eyes, so to speak. At any rate It Kansas City, selling him my gronot wide, One would naturally conwas parked In the fifty feet distant! clude that a large stream flowed ceries, fixtures and unloading a For the space of a minute the mayor 5 year lease on the store house weighed his son's future as a corpora- through that valley winding its tion attorney against his own future way to the sea, but not the case. at $300 per year, on his shoulders as mayor of Sequoia and Henry lost. retaining my dry goods and no"It might be arranged, Colonel," he It is only a dip in the earth and murmured In a low voice the voice of the land there is composed of tions and becoming so anxipus to shame. move on to my Arkansas farm "It Is already arranged," the Colonel black Gumbo and hard pan. replied cheerfully. "Leave your jit at that I did not wait for another the front gate and drive home In Shir- Turning now our gaze to the ley's car. I'll arrange matters with north, west and south of my victim, but boxed, up my dry her." He laughed shortly. "It means, goods and notions and store of course, that I'll have to telegraph farm the eye beholds as beautito San Francisco tomorrow and buy ful landscape as was ever spread them away in South Haven, Kanher a later moMel. Thank goodness, sas, thinking I would later ship she has a birthday tomorrow ! Have a out before mortal eye. I will fresh cigar, mayor." stop here in my description and them down to Winthrop, Ark., Colonel Pennington had little diffand open up a store there, pro iculty In explaining the deal to Shirley, let the imagination of my friends who was sleepy and not at all inter- picture to their own satisfaction vided I got tired of farming and ested. The Poundstones had bored her raising razor back hogs. In to extinction, and upon her uncle's as- the beauties yet untold. surance that she would have a new car "Misery enjoys company" so case I did not, would find anothwithin a week, she thanked him and er victim and unload on him. As for the first time retired without offer- I began to look around for an above I was very anx I kiss. other victim and ing her cheek for his was not long in stated Shortly thereafter the Colonel sought ious to get down on my Arkanhis own virtuous couch and prepared finding him, in the person of Mr. to surrender himself to the first good Hanna Nunn, now deceased, for- sas farm as soon as possible. So sleep in three weeks. He laid the flatI at once packed up my housetering unction to his soul that Bryce merly of Cumberland Co., Ky., hold goods and shipped them to Cardigan had dealt "him a poor hand then located at the little from a marked deck and he had played Ibut Winthrop and got out my Old it exceedingly well. "Lucky I blocked town of Anson, Kansas. Sumner Hoopy and oiled it up and put in the young beggar from getting those rails out of the Laurel Creek spur," he Co. He had been in the mer- good running order and my good, mused, "or he'd have had his cantile business some years and In overnight and then where wife, who has been following me the devil would Thave been? Up Salt of course was tired and wanted, through evil as well as good recreek without a paddle and all the to take a rest, answered my "ad" courts in Christendom would avail me port for the last 37 years, the 2 and soon I was on my way down nothing." He was dozing off, when a sound to look over his stock of goods twins boys, Ray and Ralph and smote upon his ears. Instantly he was I got aboard the Hoopy and wide .awake, listening Intently, his and his beautiful home, and was head epeked on one side. The sound not long closing a deal with him. started on our journey down grew louder; evidently it was apthrough Oklahoma, arriviog at proaching Sequoia and with a bound So just as soon as possible I closOklahoma City the evening of "the Colonel sat up in bed, trembling ed out my , belonging on the In every limb. the first day, where we spent Suddenly, out of the deep, rumbling farm, stock, farming tools, etc.j the night. We started next diapason he heard a sharp click then and set sail for my new home another and another. He counted morning, parly, down through and business at Anson. Arrivthem six in alL Oklahoma, and must pause here "A locomotive and two flaticarsl" he ing I started business at once murmured. "And they just passed over long enough to say that this the switch leading from the with all the pep' and enthusiasm country is no reminder of Startracks out to my log dump. That that I could muster, I soon had a means the train is going down Water vation Ridge and after a pleasstreet to the switch into Cardigan's good lively, business and stayed yard. By George, they've outwitted ant day's run, arrived at Tiswith it seven years, but then beme!" homingo, Okla., for the 'second With the agility of a boy he sprang coming tired of the confinement into hla clothes, raced downstairs, and night out er leaped Into Mayor Poundstone's jitney, I began to look around for To be Continued. standing In tke darkness at the frost victim, and was , not loo gate. ia finding him iatbe perse of The Adair County Iftws $r.80 , TO BE CONTINUED, the-conditio- ns in-ste- ai The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL The Great Paper of the Southland is ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will ba found the champion of clean government. 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Sfoel 4f Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO first .Incoi'noratcd and Brooh 116 Eaat Maikei Street Between Louisville, Ky. CYCLONES-WINDSTORM- S , I NOW, No Locality Left to right: George L. Sehon, Superintendent, breaking the ground on the site of the Children's New Home, to be built by the Kentucky Children's Home Society at Lyndon; W. W. Davies and Lee L. Miles, members of the Building Committee, and Hugh L. Nevin, Architect CYCLONES INSURE TO-D- AY, the Storm. Government Reports Show That Before Is Immune. A Policy with this Agency Gives You Broad Coverage at a Low Cost. W1 HEN ground was broken Tues day, March 1, for the $300,000 home of the! Kentucky Chil REED BROS. Iusurance In AH Its Branches. COi,TJMBIi?L3 BZEISTTUOKY. $$ "TALKING MaCHINES' 3 J 1 With a Tone as rich as Gold 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 to the superiority of our workman- ship and construction. $3 dren's Home Society at Lyndon, Ky., by George L. Selion, head of the socie-K ty, the spade marked the future monu ment to Kentucky childhood erected by Kentucky children. Mr. Sehon last month announced that work would start on the group of buildings, March 1, regardless of weather conditions and the promise to Kentucky's childhood was kept. The ceremonies were marked by a solemnity befitting the great work of the only institution of Its kind in the country an institution whose mission is to redeem from the clutches of evil environment those children who have not been born with the advantages that go far toward meaning success in the business world. "You can't make a silk purse out of ft sow's ear, Sehon," one of the sceptics told Mr. Sehon twenty years ago When hs work was In its infancy. "But ioday in many schools in Ken tucky there is at least one child who got its start at the Kentucky Children's Home Society," said Mr. Sehon. "In every community there is some beloved character, man or woman, some successful man or fond parent who once was a ward of the Kentucky Children's Home Society and who now would be in the evil surroundings of his or her birth, but for the helping hand of the society." Mr. Sehon intends to raise the fund for the cottage plan Institution at Lyndon, through the schools of the state. He wants the nickels and dimes of the children to build the monument to childhood instead of obtaining the money in a lump sum from some philanthropist. He believes that through this method of raising the money, each childish heart will be filled with the thought of the good done with that nickel or dime; of the soul that has been saved or waif reclaimed. Approximately $150,000 toward the $300,000 has been raised toward the society's fund. The ninety acre tract of land which will be the future home lf lf J 'Jtiiiiiiumminimiiimiiiiiiiiimmimi THE GIRL ON THE JOB 5 How to Succeed How to Get Ahead How to Make Good 5 T 3 By JESSIE ROBERTS 5iiiiiimiiimHi!iiiii!iiiiiimiimiiiMiiiiB , & CLERICAL, WORK war wtinien D URING thejobs thatlarge went Into numbers. railroad work In were unsuited and took over f S L. B. YOUNG--, Columbia, "JEWELER" - - Kentucky HAIL In Field . FIRE In Barn One Insurance Policy Protects every Minute Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE! ' . W.T. PRICE, Agent7tZ - Columbia, Kentucky. ' to them, because the need was there to be filled. Since peace has come they have left these positions. But many women are still working for the railroads in clerical positions and they are liked for the work. The salaries are good, and the treatment of the women is said to be excellent. Where these are required the railroads have provided rest' ami, lunch rooms, and there are matrons whose business it Is to see that the women are comfortably situated and cared for. In the banks, too, women are going more and more into clerical work. They are working as cashiers and assistant cashiers, and in the branches for women customers they hold jobs as paying tellers and adjustors. The work is agreeable to women who have a sound training in the associations are pleasant, and there will be more opportunities for advancement as the strangeness of having women work vin. banks wears off. In many banks with a large .woman clientele a. woman is employed to advise these clients in regard to investments. This is a position of trust and j importance. One high official of a large bank that employs many women in various positions said that he found them efficient, trustworthy and capable. "I don't know whether we shall ever have many women as presidents of banks, but I don't see , why we shouldn't," he remarked. "After all, it's up to the women," book-keeping, (Copyright.) All Kinds of Insurance i o 1 2 nowevMMLDm gySrt 1 'Spring In her winning smiles that bless. Wreathed In garlands that dews caress. Trips In her lightsome eagerness Before the merry throng, Sophia? E. Hell. I ' W. r , IB. PATTESON j GENERAL INSURANCE Made-io-Measu- SOME NICE DESSERTS. X m International - re Clothes. - f LL desserts are not suitable for . children, but simple custards, gelatine jellies or a not too rich ice cream are all good. Vanilla 'Ric Pudding. ,cupful of rice, add Blanch one-hatwo espials of water' tM0fOBfal f salt asdkt til the rice Is tender. Scald eae aad lf asd-ose-ha- itui"""? X Second Floor Jeffries Building, - - PSTY. COLTJjMDBIA - '"- . " t' ;: lf -- , of the institution has been purchased, leaving about $100,000 cash on hand DR. L. R. SCARBOROUGH, to be at the disposal of the society for Chairman Conservation building purposes. Baptist 75 Million) Campaign. It is estimated that this sum will be Dr. L. R. Scarborough,, who was heeded in the erection of the adminisgeneral director of the Bap si 75- tration building and two double cottages which will house about 75 chil- Million Campaign, and who isr s latef dren each. These buildings will be elected chairman of the Consrrna'orl Commission that is seeking ie con' completed about October 1. cam-- ' As accommodations then will be serve all the interests of thati the? paign, has issued a report fic-cavailable at the new borne for only Nashville headquarters show .rt; the? 150 children, whereas about 160 about jrctect children now are at the home on Bax- various interests that have from the $16,851,100.68 colic. Ud oO ter avenue, it may be necessary to campaign pledges up to Dec. I. 19i0. erect some temporary buildings. With its receipts of $2,d5';j&S.0Tj Mr. Sehon says he feels assured that the Foreign Mission Board has ctfdecJ the remaining $150,000 needed to comini plete the cottage village will be raised to its territory five new provinces foS? Phinn nnd madp the hed'nnini during the campaign this summer. o the new Ultimately the institution at, its new opening up work in Roumania,fields JugoSpain, Hungary, location next to the Kentucky Military in Russiap Institute will consist of the adminis- Slavia, and the Ukraine Syria, and strengthened its work in tration building, eight of the cottage beginning ia East-- ' buildings, a school, a hospital, a chapel Palestine, made a em Siberia, added 100 new worsen? and power plant, the latter to provide missionaries heat and light and also to manufacture to its force of American new hoaseg foreign lands, provided in Ice. of worship, hospitals, schools, lishing plants and other institufconsf one-hacupfuls of milE in a double in usage that it became the genn missionterm for wooden children or puppets in needed in the prosecution of morn im boiler; stir into the hot milk one-haary work. What is of even teaspoonful of salt, three tnblespoon-ful- s the time of Elizabeth Stuart, and hence off S"cre-cupour own "dolly," or doll, beloved of portance, in the estimation or of cornstarch and tary Love, is the completion ful of cold milk, all well mixed to- the small girl. undertakings hat Dorothy became a Puritan name at institutions and gether. Cook until thick, cover and been held up for lack of fun cook ten minutes. Beat "the yolks of the height of the reign of the house of had Missions Doubles Budgtt cupful of sugar Hanover, and was used by Mrs. Dorotwo eggs, add By reason of the larger receipts? and beat again, stir into the hot mix- thy Cromwell and other. Roundhead ture, add the dry cooked rice" and daughters. France called her Doro-the- from the campaign, the Home Ms while Germany preferred the sion Board has been enabled to one teaspoonful of vanilla. When budget fo'if cold garnish with whipped cream and original Dorothea, and Italy omitted tically double its annual evangelism church Build--' the aspirate and made her Dorotea. its work of among spoonfuls of jam or jelly, the foreigners. In- England and America favor Dorothy, ing, work with Its fluffy diminutive Dolly. Rus- dians and negroes, mountain minionApricot Whip. ' and general misPress through a sieve enough apri- sia, by 'some- - mysterious translation, schools, enlistment, and Panama. Th& sion work in. Cuba cupful claiming that the patroness of Darija cots to fill a cup ; add appropriations to evangelism barer of sugar and the juice of half a was an Athenian lady martyred with practically doubled,- thoor tcs lemon; mix well. Fold in the whites her husband .Chrysanthus at Rome been church building increased- - .between: of four eggs, beat until light and tufn and buried, in a catacomb which was per cent; those to the opened in the reign of Constantine the 500 and .00 into a buttered and schools, forty in numher baking dish. Bake, placed in a pan Great. The modern Greek rendition of mountaincent, and those to the worK r of hot water until the pudding is firm the name is Thorothea. of enlisting undeveloped churches, 30O Dorothy's talismanlc gem is the diain trfe center. Serve hot with cream. per cent. mond. It is said to afford her protecIn the realm of state misrafonsy tion from evil and bring her great hapFoamy Cream Sauce: which embodies such work as providof piness. As the old legend goes: Soften a scant ing missionaries and other- special gelatine in two tablespoonfuls of wa- "The Evil Eye shall have no power to workers for needy field's- within t3ct harm ter and dissolve over hot water; add states, and aiding weak congregations: one cupful of cream from the top of Him that shall wear a diamond as a in the building of houses of wors&fpv charm." the milk bottle, two tablespoonfuls of made possible by tho Saturday is her lucky day and 2 fier the advance sugar and one teaspoonful of vanilla; campaign ranges from 25 to 10ft p&r mix thoroughly and when cold beat lucky number, while the flower as- cent in the eighteen states of the con signed to her is the daisy, signifying until frothy. venticn territory. innocence. Returns to the Conservation Com(Copyright.) off the- Ibsat&t mission by forty-fiv- e o of learning whicl? are institutions (Copyright. Y1921, W. N. U.) sharing in the returns from the'erim-paig- n, HOW IT HAPshow that they have recaved-$2,713,75PENED so far. Of this sun?, $!,-"Why didn't 640,000 has been expended! on, imin a Name2" yoU marry that provements, $400,000 has-- gone to n-no Bbs Sirl? Br MILDRED MARSHALL dofment, several hundred' thousands Another womFacts about your name; Its hUtotv: ncan- dollars in old debts havebeefn wiped? 9 an came be tag; whence it was derived; significance; out and other Improvements are nn your lucky day and lucky jewel tween us. der way. XssH Huh. Ten New Hospitals Provided Just as I Southern Baptists were operating; DOROTHY started to pro- fourteen hospitals when the carmtjargiS pose the tele-began, and as a result of the new la--' NE of the quaintest and most phone girl cui terest in this work aroused ty th me off! whimsical of origins is that from campaign ten additional 'hor;r!taIii" which Dorothy sprang. Theos and have been launched. These hcsf&ala? Zeus, father of the gods, were Identlcnl have received $1,111,439.45 frcaa the terms In ancient Greece. From Theos campaign so far, while locaF fitnmti came many masculine names and one THE CHEERFUL CHERUB nities in which the fcospftaJ are, lofeminine, Theodora, which signified cated have subscribes approsilnately "gift of Gud" or "living gift." Curious, $2,000,000 additional: The hospitals? enough, the reversal of the name or Tke. we'dtKy dorvfc (Jet have practically $1,000,000 in. imDorothea was speedily accomplished provements under way The; cerren lire; close and, though absolutely incorrect teen Baptist orphanages' h'avS IDbv gained more prevalence In the Western' lo common roiKs xnevii wise come in foe much-large- r support world than Theodora has ever as a result of" thV'carttfalgH; tteS achieved. receipts from: this source being): V7ell The beautiful legend of St Dorothea A's? a' result oT this fae $1,018,798.67. helped to give her name widespread come the orphanages have been en don't incre.'&se. fame. It Is the story of the Cappado-ciaabled to mafie improvements" ralooj maiden-whVd lose my $ympfckyj sent the roses of Parat $325 J2C& adise by angelic hands as testimony of 1 ' T&ft work of 'aiding aged" preaefce the Joy she was reaping. Dorothea bea aew one among-- Southern By- is came a patron saint in Germany and tists as. a. waolg;. hut a- x- rsuu England straightway-adopteher name the campaign toe Rawer astf am because of Massinger's powerful drama. Dorothy wa the nextvgtep la hr r 1 Uta ,Krc-- , i $tftr,m tnm Jfcfr. evolution and Dolly, became; a. popalar Ut . RaclulSaarI.li ..., diminutive. tedeed,' so cofHiaon was it mp- -- . I one-ha- lf 's.-Ho- one-ha- lf e, one-ha- lf - sugar-sprinkle- d 100-pe- ul - - - "What's ja :'m o is!! to Its my vra.5 n. rew. " d - - yjfcf TsssH . - w. rj $t " -- !.; : : G92t '.& A, 1 '' "" V" lrtWlMMMMiMiM - - ' fr '-- tm0K0mmmiimm0m -- l, "J -- - . wADMRtcOUNBYNEWS "V"" 'tV '" -- - S x . m- - Additional Locals r N ?3 J., IN THE SPRING I y; The health of this community is veryTgood'at'this wfitingi4:.. Mr. Gordon Reese has the lumber on his yard to erect a new store house The singing at Freedom last Sunday was well attended. Miss Iva Holladay and Miss Thelma Burton, who are at Berea attending school have been con? fined to their rooms with mumps and measles. Mr. Yirgil Hurt has. a new Ford car. Mrs..E. E. Epperson has been on the sick list for a few days. Mr. Bert Antle and wife have moved to J. T.Brockman's place. ' Mr. Bayard An tie, who has been in a very low condition, near Sano, has been able to be moved home and is slowly im proving. We hope to see him out soon. Born to the wife of Rufus Conover Jannary, 2i, a girl. but little farn There Ing done in thi3 section owing to the weather and we hear no talk of tobacco crop3. . has-been 6 PattList. PpiHtiH The following' are new paid subscrib l .m, ' Issue of last TAKE GUDE'S vPEPTO-MANGA- N rsand renewals since our .Tuesday. P a. Moran, J. C. Yates, Jesse . p. J. P. Bead, R, 0. Smith, Mrs s GL u, Restores the Quality of Bloi Drives Out Impurities. Builds Up the Red Corpuscles. Scott, G. A. Dunbar, W. J. O. D. Parson, G. W, Whitlock, JAi R. M. Cheek, Clrance Edwards, IMPROVES THE COMPLEXION J.s. N. Murrell, H. A Hurt, Mrs. .15 jvgie Mourning, J. W. Kerr, S L. A Standby Amonj? Physicians- - for 30 r, CUns, J. N. Fletcher, W. G. Years, in Tablet as Well as Mrs. D. H. Bloyd, "W. F. Feese, -. Liquid Form JLpcn Kemp, Emmett Goode, Mrs. iP.rly Webb, W. M. Wilson, W. C. You notice complexions in J.he iick,' E, J.Page, C. B. Eeecer J. E Jt'eVj Jo' Barnes, McO, Goode, Mrs. Spring. People who have plenty of yEosenbaum, J. M. Blair? J. W. rich red blood have lips a deep, rosy red, eyes bright and clear. Good com35 urfi, John Jenkins ', plexions are based on the solid foun dy 5 farmed to Aid Navigation. dation of good blood, with plenty of red corpuscles. When blood becomes Somerset, Ky., March 19. two huo-ir- l clogged with impurities, when the rasiness men, representatives of red corpuscles are not absorbing jEutaaUi, Wayne, Clinton, Monroe and enough oxygen from the lungs and Cumberland Counties, metatBuraside distributing it to the cells throughout ti.it head of .Navigation of the Cum-- . the body, .good complexions fade. fee r land River, at the call of Congress- - Not only that, but you feel t ired and - 91111 J. M. Robinson, of this district, exhausted all the time. Your shoulafter effecting an organization, ders droop and you lounge around and pk'itged themselves at a banquet lean against anything handy. You jstfved by women of Burnside to ac- - lack energy because your bloodn's weak and thin not lnre land and stand good for all dam puscles.. People call enough red corf it "Spring Feven" :a5rs accruing from the locks and dams bloodf. i:on the Cumberland .River between Call it what you will, it is bad : ' weakens powers of resistance. 21 that naviga- .Burnside and lock-N' T !.-- . ..1 4. l u xi jruu acoil ijud.ii way, jfuu suuuiu from Nashville be preserved the ;take, that exceptionally good blood round. for a Interest in this project has covered tonic, GuaVs w'iiiief It will make rich red blood ja'aeribd of many years and when lock ;Nn 21,was established seyerad years For' thirty years it has been ' a standby among physicians. It will help jSt twenty-fiv- e miles.belqw Burnside you to build up this Springs All that itxxozbed backwater. 'siifflcient to a: , sure navigation from Nashville during comes from having good. blood with spring and winter months, but in dry plenty of red corpuscles will come to summer the water' has been too low you. When you go to your druggist's be fix tlver traffic except to small gasoline boats. Proposed added improve- sure to get the genuine Gude's on the package. It Is. sold ments will mean opening the river 6r the entire year and the counties in both liquid and tablet form. Both naaaed with contiguous territory wil have the same medicinal value. Adbe affected, not to speak of added vertisement. ransportation facilties by river and Cold settled in the muscles of the salt north to Ciacindati and neck, arms or shoulder makes every JE, B-Mul-iiui- - & ybii Make it -- v . 1 iateS&Bi IA . IK it IT r V -- jr. T ?THE: chief consideration in the creation of - Zj& SF - a cozy, artistic home is the way you paint, " , and decorate it- Let your Home reflect your own taste by the choice of correct and harmonious color effects. But whatever your needs, be sure to specify Paints that have proven their worth, because you paint to protect as well as to beautify. r Ask For These Free Paint Books i M Homes &i ami How to Paint Them" Contains many beautiful illustrations of attractively painted homes, shows floor plans, gives specifications and tells now to select the right colors. "The Modem Method of Decorating- -- o. Jt , -- - ,.iQ y-:t- r Monipelier. Pepto-Marigr- n, - Pepto-Manga- n" KsH Baby IT. fawn South in Old Chicks Lessors uii xoyoat floor. movement painful Use Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relieves the pain and relaxes the muscles. Three sizes, 30c, 60c WWte and $1.20. Sold by Paull aVKSKHL rennhli nrtivu arrival rBaxanteed 2w pjepi HATCHERY, aad all Drug Co. West ForR. Adv. a3S& Kentucky headings in this community. The farmers are preparing for Pawn South in old Kentucky, There's the place where 1 was born a big. corn crop but no tobacco. Tfiere's where I spent my happy child- D. L. Pelaton was transacting , hood. business at Ike Stienns last week. J)own on i he little home farm. Rev. Thomas filled his regular There's where I like to wonder, appointment at Hogards Chapel O'er the fields and meadows green, last Sunday. As I played o'er the hillside, And down by thejQowing stream. There will be a decoration at reamed the wildwoods o'er. There I West Fork burying ground the At the evenings gentle dawn. fourh Sunday in May. EveryAs the larks sing so merry, body ia cordially invifed. to come Down on ihat little farm. ' and bring their dinner. the birds theyfly the , . Melvin Petty is getting out Our farmers are plowing now, when the ground is dry-f Mrs. J. C. Reese, this place, visited her daughter Mrs. Holland Harvey last week. Miss.Snow Duval an estimible young lady of Clinton county, who has been visiting her brother. C. P. Duval 1, this place, returned home last week. t R. T. Bennett is cutting and yarding timber at presents He is expecting A. J. Loy's saw mill again in the near future. Miss DoraRee.ee, L. W. T. S., visited at the home of her uncle's J. C. 'Reece the later part of last week. Mr. Paul Taylor who has been away for several years is visiting his mother, Mrs. Addie Taylor, this place. E. H. Willis sold his gentle family mare to Jim Bailey for . economically use yourself. Have stooa tha test of time for mpre-thajiftyj years x and will give you longest .service at 16 west cost. No matter the surface there is a Pee Gee Point Product tor Every Purpose, a number of tbeaa you can ossify and K a ; This beautifully illustrated book gives the latest and best ideas orr the decoration of interior walls and ceilings It shows a number of rooms designed by leading artists, giving exact specifications for obtaining harmonious color effects with Pee Gee FLATKOATT. "The Modern Method otFinIs&ag f you intend to build or refinish your home, this illustrated booklet' will be of great help to you. It contains 20 color plates of finished wood, panels, and gives practical Wood-Iadvice-ho- ,: i-- o - Russell & Taylor, Columbia,? Kentucky. ?ffv floors, and woodwork. Teislee-Gaulbert to take care of your Ce. lie. ;r 2) LSUISVILIA. fcT. .$50. .J. P. .Clayton, Columbiaj spent most of last week in our midst. 3 Casfey Creek. Wheat is loaking fine in this part. . There neatieat. " The singing at Mrs. Susan Giles was largely attended last Saturday night and all: reported "good-time- est, at the breaTc of day. And the roses bloom the . sweetest, iIn the merry month of May. atoo? There the horses they run faster 'Juss'when the day has gone, And the' women they look sweeter the honey in the comb.'5 he tallest, , There the trees grow Out in the wcods so far,' ,,And 'h hlossoras fall the softest, Down south on the farm . arlJaw if we couid call t back our child-'- . -- Joppa. Health.. of the community is very good at present ' Mr. Paul Taylor who has "been away for a few years is visiting his mother, Mrs. , Addie Taylor, this place. Mr.-- W. H. Ross and wife, Moritpelier visited their daughter, Mrs. J. C.Goff last week. George Bennett .visited relatives and attended a singing on Simpson Ridge last Sunday. Sam Burdette passed thru here last week with 20 head of mules eriroute to Russell county..- R. T. Bennett is cutting and yarding logs at present. We are expecting A. J. Loy's saw mill in our miSst again this summer. Miss Ellen Powell had a mis- . 1 , of Nebraska, is 'visiting His mother; ;Mrsr Ruth 'Mr.-Eiex-Dixb- n, Dixon. ' ,;. . Jiood, . 3 ' ..-W- -- .Ho iv happy we would be, e the rest of our time we'd linger Down south in old Kentucky. ! I. ; . Willie Ruel'Wooten, . Summit, 111. . the bowels are costive the waste matter ferments, producing a gaseous condition that Is disagreeable To remove the impurities, quickly, a "When " -- Mi. Charlie Wingler has about compfeted hn new house. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dixon visited R. C. Dixon Sunday., i Mr, and Mrs. Coy Brockman visited Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wingler last Saturday night. J. S. Scott and son, Clay,-JH Sexton, and Cecil Hbltsclaw, left last Saturday for W. Va. Born, to the wife of Sebert Dixon, on March .7, a son. Mother and baby getting along . fine. M. E. Winger made a flying doee of HerbiDB is needed. It does the work thoroughly and pleasantly. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Price:-G0c Adv. ; trip to J. T. Lemmon last Friday. R. 0. Djxon, bought of B. T. ' j ' writing; Our tocil oracle avers that for that are born And still eoMhideim.th haart Tha sale of Authar Wolford mi'Kj tm wkw ia oat fool. That makM it is bttar this' .mooMbiM.in tbt last Saturday wa lar Italy attaed-t- d j.,;"'"?.- fitrnftnt. oT'My . stomach." and avary tkittff toW wall. MfTMi fortune in petting her. ankle, Blair one cow and calf. Mrs. Bub Tedder is sick at thias gprainedlast week; thrt mi rta. - l Oar mail carrier Mr. Wes San-- , days and oats 35c, and other written from our old friends. ders is always on time from hear things in proportion. The men If this escapes the waste basket to Pejlyton. are all very busy cleaning oat perhaps, I will write again some Mrs. Josephine Brockman and ground and getting ready for time. v Mrs. D. H. Bloyd. Well, friends, we have daughter, Fannie Bet, have been sowing. visiting her son, Coy Brockman, just gotten moved to our new Natice. olace which we have rented, 210 for the last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dixon vis- acres and it all is as level as it '"On Tuesday,. the 5tb. day of April, ited her mother, Mrs. J. S. ever gets to be. and just the 1921, it being the first day of tha regyard and garden between the ular April term of the Adair Fiscal Scott last Sunday. will electa Mr. Owen Barnett visited her house and the- - railroad, so we Court, 1921, the County Treasurer, that being the day grandmother, Mrs. Wash Giles, have plenty ofhoise.. It ih sure provided by law for the election of a a nice country and a fine comlast week. County Treasurer munity. About two weeks beAU.persons desiring to be elected to G. M. Tedder made a flying fore we moved, the ML E.and such office will file with said Court on trip to Campbellsville last MonU. B, Ladies Aid came in with or before the date fixed for said eleci day, baskets and we had a tion, sealed bids setting out the terms d Miss Ollie, daughter of Mr. and fine dinner and all had a jolly, and conditions under which they will Mrs. T. S. Wingler, lef Uast week good day. Saturday night be- accept such appointment. W. S. Sinclair, for Troutdale VaM to yisit her fore we moved the neighbor 21 2k Judge Adair County. sister, Mrs. Floyd Combs. women came in with a surprise Mozart began composing at an Mr. A. L. Barker bought a supper and a surprise it was. I farm from T. ,F. Giles. Mr. heard one car and I thought it earlier age than anybody else on exhibitGiles has given possession. was just'my neighbor. Herschel record. At four he was ed as an infant prodigy, and at , Brockman & Dixon are expect- said, "come here," and I went ing their shingle'macnine in soon. to the door and there were one five he composed concertos. When he was eleven he wrote an H., C. Workman, our produce affer another and in they came. opera bouffe. man, i3 through here ever week. I had everything boxed and God made the world in six G. M. Tedder made a flying packed to move and you can just things looked. They days and rested the seventh. We trip to Campbellsvjjle; last Mon- guess how Lbegan to unpack the table and 'know a fellow who goes him six day. Ghapeliitid Wolford. are doing my we did have, a real supper better by resting all the time. s . good time, too. On Monblack- and. a good business with their True, the beauty of woman is day there were four wagons here ml smith shop. to help move. We never even sometimes but skin deep. But Mrs. Thad Sanders visited Mr., hitched our teams on and the that 13 as far as the average of Pelly and Mrs. Wes Sanders women came with me to help male eye can penetrate.5 ton last week. straighten ,up. Have any o f you Yes, we fellows are alwpys Mr, Estill Wingler had a large any better neighbors than we ready to . say something good working last Tuescrowd at his have? Well, there are Jots of about the manWho'is dead. He fine. you day, all enjoying noon hour readers who know Winfrey cant hit ts for a touch. m Lloyd and family. They live Battle Ground. Ind. "Sometimes the woman who is here- close to us and are getting disappointed in love consoles heralong fine and have made many March, 14, 1921. self with the thought that he is friends since they came here. Mr. Editor: a tightwad, anyway. expired and Winfrey sure is a working fellow As my time has never'flosing any time that he If you are in doubt about your you have been so kind in sending He has rented a 40 income tax give 'em everything the News on, I will enclose a can work. gotten his you have. It may prevent their- money order for the paper an- acre tract, and has everything ready for. calling for more other year and also money for teams and business. We were proud to buck pay, thanking you Keeping everlastingly at it friends have them close .to us ad they brings aucces, ' they say ami Wll, parhap our only ones except oursalr in Kentucky would like to know are the soaaatiatea a punch e tha jaw. from that part of Kentucky: how tiiMi an in Indiana. Cora ' hM bean 55c a buihal a faw I wilh there ware mora letters SulHbe for The Ntwil said-Cour- t 1 well-fille- -- ... -'- i' m " - v ' very-muc- h. th :