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An Old Building. cerns thruout thi3 territory, some of them to be located not very far disI have now on display the largest Adair County News, by e. t. kehpeb. There is a move on foot to build a From the information we have tant f romCoiumbia were what might fence around the Union cemetery and gathered, from old people, the little and most select Millinery line I have Dear Sir: be termed "accidental" strikes were there will have to be money collected I enclose check to pay for your gbod, The Columbia Operating Company, green brick in the East corner .of the ever had. This line represents 4 years ago, while looking for Bait to build same. It is now lying out- public square, is the oldest building in markets: New York,. Chicago. Louis- paper another year as it gives all the concern now in process ot or- made a local year 1921 will undoubtedly wit- side. home news wnlch I enjoy reading. I ganization, expects to be ready to be- The The stock runs in and destroys Columbia. At the Home Coming, in ville and Nashville. I can show yon thruout also like to read nineteen years inN flowers placed on the graves of our 1906, fifteen years ago, a gentleman gin drilling its first well within the ness great development work surrounding counties, and good New Colors in shapes and Kansas by R. W next-weeAllen. Would like loved ones and va .number of "tomb- was Ijere who lived in Texas. He gave all the or ten days. Some of the the results are looked for on every side commustones have been torn down by stock. his age at 72 and he stated that he braids, Harding Blue, Jade African to see Welby and take hlmby the? most prominent people of the We will ask every one who has a loved was born in that building. We have Brown, Orchid Porceiian, Coqae de hand So let us hear morerfrom? Kannity are interested in the proposition More bargains created at s Respt.,;gBfew money one sleeping In this Silent City who forgotten his name, but, he made a roache, Nickle, Dock, Beige, candy sas. "ndthey are furnsshing the T. G. Rasner & Son. R7FNeafc. would like to know their resting place speech at the Fair Grounds, in which cloth, Moss braid, Bafevia cloth, necessary for the vork. The first t edge is being protected, to contribute some he told his age and his birth and the drilling operation will be in the shapes in newest straws, BarnOnly bargains in of town, on the Finis Phelps land, To the Adair County Board of Ed thing to this fund. Jt will be used to house in wilch he was born. From yard, Visca, Wenchaw, Broom 23 2t T. G. Rasner & Son. buy fencing and other needed mater-i- other information gathered this buildjust east of the old fairgrounds, and ucation. v" and to keep the cemetery clean as ing is one among the first erected in corn, split Milans.two Tone Pea- near where oil was found jears ago. A national campaign to bring to the" Palmer Oil & Gas Company are Pursuant to your order of March 21, far as possible. . We will have publish- the town. A few buildings that have nut's Liserie and Milans, Leg- - very small town and the rural comThe munity all of the service that has pushing drilling operations on the 1921, 1 have proceeded to go over the ed in each of ourcounty paperseach been .razed were perhaps a little older, horns, etc. Julla Eubank. proved highly successful and a wonderRoyse farm to the limit. They Books of Supt. of Schools, NoahLoy. month, the name and amount of ev- The public square was laid off in 1902 Sam eryone who contributes. Then the or, three. ful force for good In the big cities, is have recently secured additional cable As the Fiscal year does not end till Birthday Dinner. being couducted by the Salvation enable them to go June 30, 1921, a complete audit Is im- public will know just how this fund and wire line to stands and a strict account will be Fruit has been greatly damaged by Army. Brigldier Herbert Roberts to the lower sauds, and Mr. Geo. H. possible now7 but Mr. Loy has already the freeze in this county. Mr. Lawrence Pickett's twenty-eight- h Divisional Commander of the Army at says work will be entered upon hfs books the total cost kept of the amount spent and what Palmer, president, birthday was celebrated at his Cincinnati, whose territory comprises continued uninterruptedly, and with as near as possible for each item sub- -' for and that will also be published. Season now on for Bicycles and contributions top O. Moss, home last Sunday. Mrs. Pickett pre- Western Ohio and all of Kentucky, is the full expectation of their striking mitted and the final result will be Send all Sundries and we are Ready Gradyville State Bank) "Gradyville, pared a most delightful dinner and at the head of the movment which d "pay" soon. Mr.Palmer haaunbound-e- very near these figures.. Ky . or to relatives numbering sixteen were to benefit every cross roads For You faith in Adair county proving to be Teachers salaries including y present to enjoy the'festivltles and to hamlet. A representative of the Mrsjlrene Gist, one of the great and paying oil field of County High School $45 681 98 spend several hours in social converse. Army will be here in a few days. Mrs. L. J. Willis, the country t and he proposes to stay School Buildings repairs We have just received a large stock Mr Pickett received a number of Irs. C. O. Moss Com. on the job to the limit. , of bicycle sundries and parts for the 11 018 57 and interest Cottage for rent. presents and from the time the comGradyville, Ky. season In fact anything you want in The J. B. Doolittle,well on the Geo. Seats, desks and other appaDr. W. F. Cartwright. pany met until It departed, the hours Powell farm, near Joppa, has been 2 450 40 this line we have. As to prices, some ratus Died In North Garoiina. were happily enjoyed. Mr. F. W. Leacb, a popular gentlething are down a little, some have abandoned at a depth of a little over Incidentals (Includes fuel Cave man, who lives at Jamestown, was 800 feet on account of the Pencil advanced and some are on a standstill. &c) 885 36 The Boy. Everett-Allisoof this county, who giving so much trouble in County Board and Superinhere one day last week,en route home ( factory has guaranteed the presformation was a soldier in theWorld War, and The drilling. A fine flow of gas was ent prices for this season, so it dosen't ILthe average boyjcanjpass 'through from Lebanon Hospital. He recently 266 79 who came tendent's expenses home broken in health, died, when casing was being Truant Officer and other exat Ashville.North Carolina, last Tues- sound like the bottom is going to drop the period from fourteen to twenty-one- , submitted to an operation, and while ' he has not fully recovered, every indiout until next neason. However, you pulled, and through the carelessness penses 923 00 day. Some and come clean,thebattle is pracmonths after his return may rest assured 'that we will do you points to his early recovery. bystander with a lighted match Estimate on two wells of a 250 00 from tically won. If he comes up to his cation the army, tuberculosis developed destroy- Deficit from last year for very useful man and his many on every hand as far as it exists twenty-firthe rig was in danger of being year coarse, vulgar, pro He is a and he went to the government hos' right ' power. Come and supply your. by fire. Another location has been Russell county friends will be glad to ed High School 800 00 pital in North Carolina, hoping to be in our fane, and with an undefined purpose, f see him hisseif again. we don't treat you right tell made on the Henry Taylor farm about Deficit from last note and restored. For a while after reaching needs. If the chances of his making a thoroughsouth, of the former location, we will appreciate it one mile 160 00 the hospital he seemed to improve and us about it, and Interest going citizen are against him. .Much A Card. right. and near the town of Glenville where he had high hopes of returning home and make of the blame for defective young men T. G. Rasner & Son. drilling work Is progressing as rapidly Total ' S62 436 10 greatly benefitted, but his hopes were lies at the door of our men of affairs. 23-Mr. W. M. Wilmore and children as possible. Less School fund two weeks ago when he But Tew men everjthlnk of giving a shattered n to express their grateful thanks Mr. S. L. Ginter, the from State 830 773 "60, rapidly commenced losing flesh, and he word of encouragement, yet a boy in " .rtitice. to the many friends for the interest operator who Jeft here recently on an LessCounty School gradually grew worse to the end. Hel his teens is easily glorified. A heart and anxiety shown during the illness fund extended trip combining business and 22464 16 53 237 66 was an exemplary young man and had to heart talk in private with a growrecuperation of his health, writes many friends in Adair county, all of I will begin delivering ice oTer town ing boy leaves an amazing impression and death of wife and mother. They will not be forgotten. soon, and will do my part to give the from (Mean, New York, where he is $9 198 44 whom keenly feel is going away Southern Methodism is looking public good service. Anyone expectspending a short time with relatives, Less cash on hand 146 98 The remains were shipped to this Mrs. Elvira Callie Cowherd, who was largely .to the spread of the tithing 'v reS fch&fc he is already feeling very much county, arriving last Thursday His ing to get ice regularly will need a born and reared in Taylor county, 9 051 46 frigerator See the one at Nell & habit among her membership for the better, and he hopes to be able to reburial was largly attended This paper died in Campbellsville last week. Sha This will be reduced some when fiCheatham's- - Store and ask me for financial success of the Christian eduturn here later on in the year. extends its sympathy to the.survivlng was the widow of jWm.JCowherd and ia made with the Counprices They are very reasonable. cation movement which is-- now claim worc will be done at nal settlement No further relatives became a resident of Shelby ville soon ty. 25 cents.worth of ice in a refrigerator.! ing the interest and attention of that present by the Columbia .Development marriage. The end cime at Respectfully submitted Already more than after her wilLlast longer than $1.00 worth will denomination. Easter Services; on the well on the Bob Company the home of her daughter, Mrs. T.W. J. N Coffey, Public Acct., vwithoutone. 3Will only deliver two 12,000 Methodists have stewardship Uowe farm, just north of town, but Buchanan. setThe above is a true copy of the reEaster services were held at the streets each da;y; orover the whole cards signifying their intention of later on a larger and more powerful port made to the Board of Education Prestiyterian church fast Sunday ' and town every morning. Those wanting ting aside one tenth of their incomes 4 spools Clark's ONT spool cotton rig will be secured with which to rebyJ. N. Coffey accountant appointed the ex'ercises were very much enjoyed ice regularly-pleasfor charity and church work. The for 25 cents at see me at once, move broken machinery from the by the said board to audit and make month of March has been designated 23 tf Russell & Co. W. E. Harris. i Several selections were rendered very well and for the purpose of continuas stewardship month throughout uuo oiiuauuiai uuuui- , juiuwusui u f,n n1a.0 orw ,a ing a deep test It is reported at thfs office that -, .. . . .." Two Fine Sows. tion of Adair Countv Board of Educa- - " Southern .Methodism: and on every ana recitations were very aeugntiui J." F Garvin, Blackwell, . Mr. possible occasion during the month Vandals have been entering the ceme .. tion. ..-.. -j miss ..utjeu aruutgumery reuiiieu lliusu tery, plucking flowers from private arrived here one daylast week R. L. Roe, About a week ago Mr. J. B. Barbbe, the 17,000 congregations of this church l charmingly a very appropriate selec-- ' gone to the Brush Creek,Cum and has urged to adopt the principles of lots. Such conduct Is very reprehensiChairman Board of 'Education for tion. Miss Eva Walker sang a solo of this, place, bought in Yincennes, will be ble a shame and a disgrace to civilizaberlahd County Field, where he ex- Adair County. very beautifully. The violin solo by Ind. , a pair of throrou'ghbred Chester tithing. drilling operations soon pects to begin tion. There should be a lookout, and Miss Louise Rows was executed fault White Sows that weighed 400 pounds Bargains In Low Cut Shoes. Work at the Bank. Oklahoma parties who wired if parties shouldjbe caught engaged in Other lessly. Miss 'Frances Russell accom- each. They were received a few days this shameful act, they should be here Saturday asking for best travel panied her mother withiolin, through ago and in a few hours one of them We have just received 200 pairs of prosecuted. to this section, are expected to The improvements now going on at route out the program. The children,' quite brought 9 fine pigs. Mr. Barbee paid arrive here within the next few days the Bank of Columbia will be complet men's and women's low cut shoes at a number, sang and made speeches. $150 for the two sows and the expense The meeting continues at the Messrs. J as E. Doak, Parkersburg, ed.it is believed, In about twenty days. The altar was artistlcallydecorated. of bringing themTiere was $30, making very interesting prices. Come and Christian church and a great deal of WestVa., representing the Parkers- Whole interior of the building is to An offering was taken for v the suffer- the total cost 3180. Mr. Barbee is get your pair now. interest is being manifested. Up to T. G. Rasner & Son. proud of. his purchase, and erelong a burg Big & Beel Company, builders be changed, making more room. The ers in the far East. this date quite a number have united good stock of hogs will be in the coun of drilling machinery and manufact- old vault will be removed and a new Those who read the returns of in with the Church. Eld. Crawford is We Depend Upon Farmers. ty from these two sows. urers, of general oil well supplies; R. one built, larger and perfectly secure. dictments, in our paper of last week, very much liked, and JMiss Fillmore, t will be a balcony on the second Bice, Bowling Green, Ky., and H. There V found by a grand jury which finished who leads the fcomHservice, has made For Sale or Rent. J. Kuykendall, "Nashville, Tenn., the floor for business men and ladies who The farmers of Adair county are its work last Saturday week, observed many friendswhile giving the Gospel representing large supply are in waiting. A burglar alarmwill anxious for favorable weather for two latter that not an indictment was returned in song. (ML NEWS. k -- 23-2- our-stor- e. al 23-2- b n, st 2t de-si- re well-know- -- - e v,,, ...... Okla-hom- e, -- ' visitors, to part of the this section the latter week. They reported conditions very favorable for oil development during 1921, and they are counting on some nice orders from this territory soon. houses, were-lnterested Messrs. C. E Walker and L. C. Coleman, Frankfort, Ky , were here Saturday on their way to the Brush Creek fleld'where they are interested in drilling operations now in progress on the Jake Bedford farm. They are expecting a well in almost any day there, and they are. looking for good reiults report has just been received here to the eflect that the A credible "Winter Oil & Gas Company, Bicknell, ndlana, have contracted for 2000 feet of drilling on Big .Renox Creek, Cumberland, County, in the vicinity of wftere the old Strange well was drilled id Many ytacs ago, and which created 48 much excitement at the time. H with many other con- HWs It-1 " -- 4 also be installed. When. completed Good 8" room- - house, two halls, for breaking ground, preparatory for violating trie prohibition laws. no banking-hous- e in Southeastern planting corn, and we hope they will veranda and porch, good outbuildings, Jeffries Bros, are seriously contemThis speaks well for Adair county Kentucky will be more convenient nor on Campbellsville strictly sober. We occasionally smell plating raising their store buildiog two acre lot, located be accommodated, as. the public more secure. street, below Columbia cemetery. Can breaths of men that seems tanted with another story, the third story to be upon the success of the farmers A large acreage will be planted give possession'at once. Phone 181-the ardent, but of course they got used as a'Masonic Hall. This addition Married in Pennsylvania' w- - HJones, throughout the" county The wheat their drinks from a stranger, who would add greatly to the appearance Ky. Columbia, f is looking prosperous, and if ib is not could neither see hear nor smell, and of the Jeffries cornerjand it would be Miss Mary Todd, daughter of Mrs infected by the fly, a good crop will be it alt probability resides in Muhlen-bur- g very pleasing; to tne Masons, as they f Miss Hattie ConoVer has .accepted a Scott Todd, who lives near Columbia, harvested want a hall Iargejenough to work in. county. position as saleslady in Goff Bro. store. was married In Pittsburg, Pa., March At this time the fruit prospects Sh& invites her friends to call at her the 22od, to Mr Paul B. Dunlap, of Mr. Curt Yaiberry requests jas to throughout the county is very flatterfor Sale. place of business. Rosslter, Pa. The bride was one of state that his residence, out on the ing, and blackberry bushes look very Adair county's best young ladies, and Two good saddle horses and one pike, has beencompleted and that he thrifty. 4 spools Clark's ONT spool cotton her many friends will be glad to learn Ford Roadster. has removed, into it. It is a very exfor 25 cents at 23-that she has been happily wedded. H B. Simpson, Notice Merchant. pensive building.Jbut Mr. Yarberry is Russell & Co. 23 tf The groom is a prosperous farmer. Breeding, Ky. perfectly delighted with it. As we immediately after the ceremony the If you haveanyof my cases, please Mr. J. C, Hutchersonof Glasgow, a Easter, with the exception of a stated, somemonths ago, Judd Bros , couple leftrfor Rosslter, where they send' the empties in, as I am trying to gentleman n here, recently high wind, wasja beautiful day here. Cane Valley, were the contractors. will reside. get them all painted and repaired be underwent an operation ia Maplwood The young ladies were out and their The are several candidates who have "fore the busy season. Inflrmany. He has returned home, new dresses and hats were very atHave You an Automobile? overlookedlpayinglfoc their announci- W. E Harris. ' tractive. much Improved. mentsatthls office. Publishing an-If so It 'will need repairing some Miss Mollle Caldwell is making' preIfyou have any of my bottles The ad that had us to repair her nounoements is a cash transactionand day. Bring it to Myers &" Plowers'' parations to have some valuable im around your premises please notify coffee pot ard boiler Ud will please call ;we would like, for these who have neg- provements added to her residence. Garage for ' '1 and get a return account of jected to pay to call and settle tbab me and Twill collect them up. " ' I f 3 '. The Adair County News $1.50 W. E. item ef tW1ccount' . 'ye ' ds ' 23-t- . to 3t well-know- i first-classjo- b. 1 22-t- - - - - k ' ? v v-- ,- - I ;n Vw ? j- v? "- - ' k.trror. v V- - 3 y- - r. H V - Jc .4 V -- c?r - ADAIKCOUNTY.' NEWS the woods crew unloaded the rails and piled them close to the sidewalk. Suddenly a voice, harsh and strident "with passion, rose above the thud of metal; f "Who's In charge here, and what In blazes do you mean by cutting my fly, while the-pieancMhe-clang-o- YALLI OF THE GIAN1 AUTHOR OF tracts?" k Bryce turned in time to behold Col. Seth Pennington leap from an automobile and advance upon. Buck Ogilvy. Ogilvy held a lantern up' to the Colo - M-- - D.KY PETER "CA&PY - A - COPYTSieHT, Bx PETERS. "They're staying here all night, sir," he reported. SYNOPSIS. "House them as far from the log landing as possible, and organize a CHAPTER In the California poker garde to keep them busy In case wood region, John Cardigan, at forty-eveIs the leading citizen of Sequoia, wner of mills, ehlps, and many acres of they don't go to bed;"b"efore eight twaber, a widower after three years of q'clock,"Bryce ordered. "In the meansauxled life, and time, send a man you can trust Jim ,. Bryce Cardigan. father of Harding, who runs the big LA CHAPTER IL fourteen Bryce - the acquaintance At Shirley-- Sumner,makes will do down to the locomotive ' to. wiSJE&yyz of a vis- keep steam up until I arrive." itor to Sequoia, and his Junior by a few Tears. Together they visit the Valley of He had scarcely hung" up, when e- Giants, sacred to John Cardigan and Buck Ogilvy came into the office. Mia son as the burial place of Bryce's Mother, and part with mutual regret. "Well?" he queried casually. "Safe-o- , Buckl" replied Bryce. CHAPTER IU. TVhlle- Bryce Is collage John Cardigan meets with at heavy "Nothing to do but get ablte of dinlwtElness losses and for the flrst time views ner and proceed to business." tbe future with "uncertainty. Buck Insisted on keeping an engageCHAPTER IV. After graduation from ment to dine with Moira, and Bryce eollege, and a trip abroad, Bryce Cardigan comes home. On the train he meets agreed to call for him at the Bon Surveyed Pennington Calmly. Shirley Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to Gusto restaurant Then Bryce went make her home there with her uncle, and surveyed Pennington CoL Pennington. Bryce learns that his home to dine with his father. Old net's face lather's eyesight has failed and that Col. Cardigan was happier than his son calmly. Pennington Is seeking to take advantage ot "Colonel," he began with exasperatthe old man's business misfortunes. had seen him since the return of tbe ing politeness, "I presume you are to Sequoia. CHAPTER V. In the Valley of the latter my name Is Colonel Pennington Giants .young Cardigan finds a tree felled "Well, sonny, I've had a mighty tfrectly across his mother's grave. IndiBuchanan P. Ogilvy, and I am Jn cations are that it was cut down to secure pleasant afternoon," he declared as charge of these operations I am the the burl, and evidence seems to show that Bryce led him to the dinner table. Pennington and his woods-bosJules president and general manager of Tve been up to the Valley of the vice N. C. 0., and I am engaged In the Rondeau, are Implicated In the outrage. the Giants." of making a jump crossing CHAPTER VL Dining with CoL PenBryce was amazed. "Why, how blithe task nington and his niece, Bryce finds the of your rails. Have a cigar." And he room paneled with redwood burl, confirmcould you?" he demanded. "The old ing his suspicions of Pennington's-gui- lt thrust a perfecto under the Colonel's - skid road Is Impassable, and after you In a diplomatic way, unperceived by Shir-Pennington struck It to the ley, the two men declare war. leave the end of the skid road, the nose. ground, and on the Instant half a CHAPTER VH. Pennington refuses to trail In to mother's grave Is so overs, renew his logging contract with the rough rascals emptied their grown with buckthorn and wild lilac dozen believing his action means bankHe was deluged ruptcy for the latter. Bryce forces Ron- I doubt If a rabbit could get through shovels over him. deau to confess he felled the tree in the with dirt r. comfortably." Valley of the Giants, at Pennington's It "Stand back, Colonel, stand back, if After punishing the man, Bryce "Not a bit of It," the old man rehim at CoL Pennington, who, with hurls . plied. "Somebody has gone to work you please. You're In the way of the Kilrley, had witnessed the fight Pennlng-ton is humiliated, and the girl, indignant, and planked that old skid road and shovelers," Buck Ogilvy warned him orders Bryce to leave her and forget their put up a hand rail on each side, soothingly. rriendship. He leaves, but refuses to accept dismissal. Bryce Cardigan came over, and at while the trail through the Giants has CHAPTER vm. Returning to Sequoia, sight of him Pennington choked with the train on which Shirley, her uncle, and .been grubbed out and smoothed over. Bryce are traveling, breaks away from All that old logging cable I abandoned fury. "You you " he sputtered, unthe locomotive, and Bryce, who could have In those chopplngs has been strung able to say more. escaped, at the risk of his life cuts out them the caboose and saves Injuredfrom certain from tree to tree alongside the path "I'm the N. C. O.," Bryce replied. in doing so. fleath, being painfully sides. I can go up there alone "Nice ilttle fiction that of yours about on both being laid up in the CHAPTER EC Molra McTavish, childonce George sets me on the old the switch-enginBryce and employed in his now, hood friend of shops and the Laurel creek bridge beoffice, makes Shirley's acquaintance and skid road ; I can't get lost" the two become friends. Needing money "How did you discover this?" Bryee ing unsafe for this big mogul." He feadly, John Cardigan oilers to sell Penlooked Pennington over with frank addemanded. nington the Valley of the Giants, but the Colonel, confident the property must soon "Judge Moore, representing the new miration. "You're certainly on the ' be his through the bankruptcy of his enemies, contemptuously refuses. ,TJn- - owner, called round this morning and Job, Colonel. Til say that much for known to her uncle, Shirley buys the took me In tow. He said his client you." Valley and the Cardigans have a new "You've stolen my engine," Penninglease of business life. They interest capi knew the property held for me a certal and decide on a scheme to parallcr- tain sentimental value which wasn't ton almost screamed. "I'll have the ,renninton's logging railroad. transferred -- In the deed, and so the law on you lor grand larceny." "Tut-tut-! You don't know who X. Buchanan Ogilvy, railCHAPTER Judge had been Instructed to have the road contractor and Bryce's college friend, stole your engine. For all you know la decided on by the Cardigans as the skid road planked and the forest trail man to figure as the builder of the proappears that Lyour own engine crew may have run posed railroad. Bryce goes to San Fran- grubbed out for me. It the valley is going to be a public it down here." cisco to meet him. "I'll attend to you, sir," Pennington present and , CHAPTER XL Ogilvy ostentatiously park, after all, but for the replied, and he turned to enter Mayor park." begins ' which iswork of surveying for the line, -while I live, it Is my private announced as a. proposed through "This.Js perfectly amazing, partner." Pouhdstone's little flivver. route. Pennington, vaguely alarmed, de"Not tonight, at least" Bryce re"It's mighty comforting," his father cides to block operations by making it Impossible to secure a franchise for the line admitted. "Guess the new owner must torted gently. "Having gone this far through Sequoia. In this he plans to enbe one of my old friends perhaps I would be a poor general to permit list the aid of the mayor, Poundstone.- onee you to escape him with the news of CHAPTER XII. "Buck" Ogilvy, as somebody I did a favor for "builder of the projected Northern Caliand this is his way of repaying. I'd your discovery. You'd be down here fornia & Oregon railroad, meets Moira like to know the name of the owner. In an hour with n couple of hundred McTavish and is much impressed. Bryce give J and his father make plans for securing a Td like mighty well to say thank you members of your mill crew and franchise for the line from the city toUiim. It Isn't usual for people now- us the rush. You will oblige me. Colocouncil. adays to have as much respect for nel Pennington, by remaining exactly CHAPTER xni. Ogilvy, in 'a business are until I give you permisInterview, favorably impresses the Mayor, sentiment in an old duffer like me as where sou engages that official's son as at- the fellow has. He sort of makes me sion to depart" and later torney for the new road. Through him "And if-- 1 refuse" they obtain the temporary franchise. feel as if I hadn't sold at all." Pennington, finally convinced that the Ogilvy came out of the Bon - "Then I shall manhandle you, truss Buck Cardigan interests are behind the scheme, Gusto restaurant with Moira, just as you up like a fowl in the tonneau of .gets to work to balk them. Bryce, with George Sea Otter at the your car and gag you." CHAPTER XIV. Pennington refuses To Bryce's Infinite surprise jthe ColoBryce the use of a locomotive and trucks wheel of the Napier, drove up to'the to move equipment for laying a switch, curb. They left Moira at her board- nel smiled. "Oh, very well!" ho reand Bryce and Ogilvy plan, to steal both ing house, and rolled noiselessly away. plied. "I guess you've got the bulge find during the night put in a crossing I cutting Pennington's tracks in the city. At nine olclock they arrived at onjne, young man. Do you mind if Pennington bribes Mayor Poundstono to Qf my own enIgnore the temporary franchise granted Cardigan's log landing and found Jim sit in the warm, cab y engineer, gine? ircame away in such a hurry and to refuse a permanent one. That the night Pennington hears the Cardigan Harding, smoking his pipe In the cab. I quite forgot my overcoat" tracklaylng crew at work and hurries to placidly "Not at all. I'll sit up there and Bryce hailed him. the spot. keep you company." CHAPTER XV, Bryce and Ogilvy disre"That you, Jim?" gard Pennington's frenzied remonstrances Half an hour passed. An automo"You bet" work, but the Colonel gets and continue shanty and bile came slowly up Water street and word to the Mayor and also employs a "Run up to Jabe Curtis' desperado to shoot Bryce. Bryce is woundpaused half a block away, evidently ed. "Work on the track is stopped by the tell him we're here. Have him gather reconnoiterlng the situation. Instantchief of police. Shirley accuses her uncle his gang and bring two pairs of of. conniving at the murder of Bryce, and large size ly the Colonel thrust his head out the the Colonel leaves for San Francisco to overalls and two jumpers cab window. safeguard his interests through further with him when he comes." legal proceedings. "Sexton i" he shouted. "Cardigan's accomPresently the woods-bosHe's holding men, came cutting In a crossing. panied by thirty of his best . my will. Get the mill CHAPTER XV. down to the log landing. At Bryce's me here against order they clambered aboard the en- crew together, and phone for Rondeau e switch-enginThe success of Bryce Cardigan's gine and tender, hanging on the steps, and his woodscrew. Send the couple of flats up for and a jplan for getting his rails down from on the roof of the cab, on the cowTell Iaurel creek depended entirely upon catcher- anywhere they could find a them. Phone Poundstone. n-- him off' the air; to have the chief of police Buck Ogilvy cut the whimsy which might seize the crew Bryce Cardigan's great hand closed of the big mogul that hauled the last and the locomotive and tender began load of Jogs out of Cardigan's red; to glide slowly down the almost im- over the "Colonel's neck, while down - woods on Thursday afternoon. .Should perceptible grade. With a slight click Water street a dark streak that was the engineer and fireman decide to it cleared the switch and slid out onto Buck Ogilvy sped toward the automoleave the locomotive at the logging the Cardigan lateral, swiftly gather- bile, Intending to climb in and make camp for the night, Bryce's task would ing speed. A quarter of a mile down Pennington's manager a prisoner also. Sexton be as simple as turning a hose down a the line Buck Ogilvy . applied the He was too late, however. ' squirrel hole. On the other hand, brakes and eased her down to twenty' swung his car and departed at full speed down Water .street, leaving the should they run back to Sequoia with miles per hour. . the engine, he and Ogilvy faced the al- line disappointed Buck to return panting , At the junction with the main - ternative of "borrowing" it from the Buck backed briskly up into the to the scene of operations. Laguna Grande Lumber company's Lagunda Grande woods, and coupled Bryce Cardigan released his hold en Pennington's neck. "You win, Colo..roundhouse; and that operation, In to the two loaded fiat cars. The "No good can vlewsyf the fact that Pennington's night woods gang scrambled aboard the nel," he announced. watchman would be certain to hear the flats, and the train pulled out for Se- come of holding you. here any longer. ..engine leaving, offered difficulties. quoia. Forty minutes later they rum Jntor your car and on your way." -- Throughout the afternoon, after bled down Water street and slid to a - "Thank you, young man," the Colo-- , JwTlng 'sent his orders in writing to grinding halt at the Intersection of B nel answered and there was. a metalr""the woods-bosvia George Sea Otter street lic Ting In his voice. He looked at -- (for fee dared not trust to the tele- From the darkness of Cardigan's his watch In. the glare ot a torch. ll yfcojic), he waited In his office for a drying yard, where they had been "Plenty of time," he murmured. Quite itaUpfee&e call from the logging camp waiting, twenty picked men of the, not ring tonlghtr -I11 crew now emerged; bearing lan; what actios the engine crew had deliberately be climbed lato. tbe taken. FiaaHy, At a quarter of six, terns and,,toc4s. Under Back Ogilvy's. mayor's late- sesrce ef -- wee' aad "ajrectfog-th- e rasg ik. JwrifaUe wewja-feosdirt proaiptly begaaf to oneer rami lT n. two-day-o- ld bull-donke- y, - - Colonel Pennington did not at once return to his home, however. Instead he drove up to the business center of the town. The streets were deserted, but one saloon the Sawdust Pile was still open, Pennington strode through the bar and into the back room, where a number of poker games were in progress. For a moment he stood, his cold, ophidian glance circling the room until it came to 'rest on no less a personage than the Black Minorca, an Individual with whomthe reader has already had some slight acquaintance. It will be recalled that Minorca led the futile rush against Bryce Cardigan that day In Penning' ' ton's woods. The Colonel approached the the Black Minorca sat thumbing the edges of his cards, and touched the cholo on the shoulder. The Black Minorca turned, and Pennington nodded to him to follow; whereupon the latter cashed In his chips and joined his employer on the sidewalk. Here a whispered conversation ensued, and at its conclusion the Black Minorca nodded vigorously. "Sure!" he assured the Colonel. 'Til fix 'em good and plenty." Together Pennington and the Black Minorca entered the automobile and proceeded swiftly to the Laguna Grande Lumber company's mill office. From a locker the Colonel produceda repeating rifle and three boxes of cartridges, which he handed to the cholo, who departed without further ado Into the night Twenty minutes later, from the top ot a lumber pile In Cardigan's drying the-Bla- ck table-wher- 4 g "-" e & ft eenxeal" your Property - liifcMl N S Every gallon of Hanna's Green Seal Paint contains 300 Sq. Feat, (two coats), of paint protection and beauty. In some cases it's a good deal more than 300 ft., according to the surface to be painted. And if properly applied, Green Seal covers this surface without laps or brush marks showing. It supplies film which weather cannot a smooth, evenly-sprea- d does the double duty break through. Thus Green-Seof beautifying and arresting decay. It gives both good brand. wear and good looks. It's the time-trie- d al Formula on every package. Sold By II DAVIS HARDWARE CO. "There's the devil to pay," he answered. "That fellow Cardigan Is back of the N. O. O., after allTand he and Ogilvy have a gang of fifty men down at the Intersection of Water and B jump-crossin- s, Cardl-C&n- g streets, cutting In a of our line." He dashed Into the Uvlng room, and she heard him calling frantically Into the telephone. "At last I" she murmured, and crept down the stairs, pausing behind the heavy portieres at the entrance to the Was NVery "After the birth ot my baby I had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattle Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very HI; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardui." or-4e- living room. "That you, Poundstone?" she heard him saying rapidly Into the transmitter. "Pennington speaking. Young Bryce Cardigan Is behind that N. C. O. outfit, and It's a logging road and not M M e Bryce Cardigan Saw the Flash of a Rifle. - -- a fusillade, the bullets kicking up the freshly disturbed earth among the workers and sending them scurrying to various points of safety. In an instant the crossing was deserted, and yard, Bryce Cardigan saw the flash of a rifle and felt a sudden sting on his left forearm. He leaped around in front of the cowcatcher to gain the shelter of the engine, and another bullet struck at his feet and ricocheted off Into the night It was followed by " -- work had been stopped, while from the top of the adjacent lumber pile ,the Black Minorca poured a stream of lead and filthy jnvectlve at every point which" he suspected of harboring a Cardigan follower. "I'd like to plug him," Buck murmured. "What would be the use? This will be his last night In Humboldt couA rifle shot rang out from the side of B street; from 'the lumber pile across the street Bryce and Ogilvy heard a suppressed grunt of pain, and a crash as of a breaking board. Instantly out of the shadows George Sea Otter came padding on velvet feet, rifle In hand and then Bryce understood. "All right boss," said George simply as he Joined Bryce and Ogilvy under the lee of the locomotive. "Now we get busy again." "Safe-o- , men," Ogilvy called. "Back, to the job." And while Bryce, followed by the careless George Sea Otter, went Into the lumber yard to succor the enemy. Ogilvy set o the men by stepping Into the open and starting briskly to work with a le intended to build through to Grant's Pass at alt Cardigan and Ogilvy are at Water and B streets this very Instant with a gang of fifty men cutting g In a of my line, curse them I They'll have it In by six o'clock tomorrow morning If something Isn't done and once they get It In, the fat's in the fire. "Telephone the chief of police and order him to take his entire force down there, if necessary, and stop that work. To blazes with that temporary franchise! You stop that work-- for two hours, and Til do the rest Tell the chief of police not to recognize that temporary franchise. He can be suspicious of it, can't he, and refuse to let the work go on until he finds out? And, you can be hard to find for two hours, can you not? Delay, delay, man I That's all I want. . . . Yes, yes, I understand. You get down about daylight and roast the chief of police for Interfering, but In the meantime! . . . Thank you, Poundstone, thank jump-crossin- TAKE CARD The Woman's Tonic "I found after one bottle of Cardul 1 was improving," adds Mrs. Crosswhite. "Six botI tles of Cardui and was cured, yes, I can say they we're a God-sen- d to me. I believe I would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly troubles. If you feel the need you. Good-b- y 1" nty" bull-donke- shovel. s, toe-hol- At the bottom of the pile of lumber the Black Minorca was discovered with a severe flesh wound In his right hip ; also he was suffering from numerous bruises and contusions. George Sea Otter possessed himself of the fallen cholo's rifle, while Bryce picked the wretch up and carried him to His auto"Take th6 swine over to the Laguna Grande Lumber company's hospital and tell them to patch him up," he ordered George Sea Otter. "I'll keep both rifles and the ammunition here for Jules Rondeau and his woods gang. They'll probably, be dropping In onus about 2 a. an., If I know anything about Colonel Pennington's way ot doing things." mobile. He stood at the telephone, the receiver rstlll held to his ear and his right forefinger holding down the hook while the line cleared. When he spoke again, Shirley knew he was calling his mill office. He got a response Immediately, notwithstanding the lateness of the hour. "Sexton? Pennington speaking. I've sent over the Black Minorca with a rounds of ammunition. rifle What? .You can hear him ... shooting already? Bully boy with a crockery eye! He'll clean ths gang out and keep them .from working until the police arrive. You've telephoned Rondeau, have you? . . . Good! He'll have his men waiting at the landing, and there'll be no delay. Sexton, we've got to block them. It means a loss of millions tome If we fail !" Shirley was standing In the doorway as he faced about from the telephone. "Uncle Seth," she said quietly, "use any honorable method of defeating Bryce Cardigan, but call off the Black Minorca. I shall hold you personally ' responsible for Bryce Cardigan's life, and If you fail me. I shall never forand-sixty .... M M lf j S of godd, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It may be just what you need. a All Druggists J. 76 give you." "Silly, silly girll" he soothed her. "Don't you know I would not stoop to There's some shooting going on, but its wild shooUng, just to frighten Cardigan and his men ofF the job." "You can't frifhtpn him." she cried passionately. "You know you can't He'll kill the Black Minorca, or the Black Minorca will "kill him. Go inbush-whacking? M -- - s, "All right all right V he said rather humbly, and sprang down the front steps Into the waiting car. T11 play the game fairly, Shirley, never fear." She -- stood In the doorway and like a watched the red tall-ligHaving dispatched the Black Minor- malevolent eye, disappear down the ca io hold up the work until the arColonel Pen- street And presently as she stood rival of the streets en there, down the boulevard a huge gray nington fairly, burned car came slipping noiselessly so route to his home. He was desirous of noiselessly, in fact, that Shirley recogvengetting Into a heavy ulster before nized it by that very quality of silence. agate "into the night air.- ht stantly and stop it" -- There is no such thing as pure unalloyed pleasurej some bitter mingles with the sweet. When you seem to be having a particular hard time do not look too enviously upon those about you whose lives seem free and untroubled. Little'do you know what sorrow may be theirs, though it does not appear on US' surface of their lives. "Car-few-sha- f - e, turing forth was Bryce Cardigan's Napier. Hereafter all sex appeal, gam. The violent slam with wWck'Jie It "George I" she called. '"Come here." brought cloeeS he front door after him to the gate and bling and ridiculing religion or Shirley, In dressing gown and allpyerg, 'The car bM over stepped at the sight of the slim white . law, is to beeliminated from to the staircase. Coiriaaned oa'Fage Si "Uncle Sets 1" ae galled, "What's picture Aims. tfeewtterr - - k, - 'C - T .V, f r j ? ' '.fr !" - s O tu ? -- L - - ... iv ' . ,v- - jrn'3 - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS NINETEEN YEARS JN KANSAS. BY K. W. ALLEN. " next that she could not get any toe hold, consequently after Hoopy had ma3e many fruitless efforts to extricate herself, she' would give it up in despair and than anxious to get to Tishomin- we would have to go and ask go and spend the night as I had some of those laplanders to come toeen blessed with the privilege, with a good team and help Hoopy. rgome 40 years ago, of teaching out of her predicament. We had Hoopy three school here and in adjacent coun- to call for help for ? $ c Uuit say here that I was more BIG LfCf, -- STOCK v-- OF - CLOTHING -- 9 1 -- - n- ties, but next morning after breakfast, started out to see the tights of 40 years ago, but find-Tj- g none, ordered the old Hoopy out, and leading the way we we got aboard 'the faithful Hoopy nd started on our journey, via Durant, Okla, where my good wife expected to meet- - one Mr. Gaskins Smith, her cousin, (son - - f. of Mr. Wyatt Smith now deceasV? t ?!V r ed.) Arriving at Durant on the 3HiTv'- "V,"1 94J.., Je'--l- .' rat 2Z'hA evening of the 3rd day and by the aid of the City Directory, v.',fj:'z- "r.- '. I' succeeded in locating her cousin's residence and calliug at same found Mrs. Smith and the children, but was sadly disapoif fine shoes for men arid boys was selected with care. I bought them pointed by Haskinas my wife familiarly calls him) not being right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. Consequently she did t home. x X ;Ircah,also. accommodateIadies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. not get ia see him, but did enjoy a visit with Mrs. Smith and the children and took supper with them, and here we used some m,? 3faeRr 'iJ S "5t'l i -- ;; .:""Wt"; ; ?o ;3& J?WZlx- '.. head work, planning for the next days run and for the balance of the trip. It had rained rs big rain the night before, X' while we were at Tishomingo making the roads almost impassible or impossible, whichever you are amind to call it. The Rid- I have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. morning we left Tishomingo, we heat it along very well (the road : ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. v! being sandy) till we struck what matters not what you need on the farm, I can pleas&you in the article and price. is familiarly known in that country as 12 mile prairie, but it was there. We looked --not 12 miles with us, but 12 feet the night was sufficient to gather all, and around and soon found a suitable more than the faithful old Hoopy rooming house for Hoopy and could carry, it being black Gum- after she was snugly and carebo and all stuck to the Hoopy's fully cared for we wished her wheels that day and the next many pleasant dreams and bid and the next; that is it takes her adieu for the night, and supper, about three days after a rain started out in pursuic-ofor that Gumbo to lose its adhe- which we had no trouble in findsion. We hadto do some plan- ing, as there are many restauning before proceeding farther. rants and nice cafes there. AfWe put our heads together and ter supper Ray being of an inarrived at the following conclu- quiring mind or disposition sug sion. My good wife and Ralph gested that we take a little stroll should proceed by rail via Hugo, so we did and was not long till folks we decided that we would houn, of near Greensburg, passOkla., and Ashdown, Ark., to our curiosities were satisfied and continue our journey that night.1 ed through here last week buying our future home, Winthrop, decided that it would be much Starting out about sundown with hogs. X Ark. Ray and I would bring more pleasant and. safer to be on a pretty good knowledge gained Mr.JLander Mclntier sold Mrs. the inside of a good respectable by the experiences of the past the faithful old Hoopy, with our. Genetta Stone two small shoats . belongings through McCurtin rooming house with the, key in few days, and knowing that our .price $8.50. MORAN 6c LOWE Co., Okla., into Arkansas, rain the lock on theineide, than stroll road still continued through Mc A Sanitary Shop, whert both Satisfaction'.and Mr. Amos Loy sold, to E. W. or shine and now I want to in- ing around on the streets at Curtain Co., and Lapland and in Gratification are Guaranteed. Bennett of Gadberry 1 sow and form you that the proper name night in Fort Townson. We addition had gained all we possinine pigs' for $50. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. of that part of Oklahoma is Lap- were not long in reaching this bly could fromthe inhabitants of Mrs. Ella Pulliam was visiting long X land." That is, Arkansas has lap- conclnsion, neither were we Idabelin regard to the condi- Mrs. Mallie Bennett Tuesday ped over on Oklahoma about 75 in putting the idea into execu- tions of the road, we bade the litnight. . miles or more on all of Oklahoma tiori; Twill give you the pleaiure tle town adieu, with the self Miss Ida N. XJadberry, of The singing at Concord Sunday and southern Missiouri,or that it and satisfaction of looking, up satisfaction that we would never is visiting relatives at this afternoon was largely attended. appears to me thatway,because the past history of old Fort see the town again and that place last week. It was conducted by Prof. Tur, the condition of the country and Townson and proceed with my we finally some would Mrs. Hallie McClister and chil- ner and Coffey. also the people are the same, story. Early on the morning of time that night pass out of LapUsed Years the 5th day, we woke faithful land and be reunited with our dren spent Friday with Mrs. consequently 1 conclude that Mr. Athen Fletcher and family of RidgfrFarm 111., are back to there is a strip of countr- y- the Hoopy from her sweet dreams folks at Winthrop, Ark., 35 miles Mary Gadberry. Mrs. Cynthy Turner and chil- stay with us. Mr. Fletcher is and gave her a good breakfast away, north side of Arkansas that where we nopea tnere be named Lapland. Now of Lapland gas and oil, with would be no more mudholes and dren were the pleasant guests of back on histoid home farm which should Mrs. Mollie Bennett, Friday.. he will overhaul and return to I will return to" my story. Leav- plenty of good lapland spring stumps in the road. crystal, to quench Born to the wife of Ollie Ben his former occupation, farming. early the water, clear as ing Durant, Okla., To Be Continued. day, we con- her thirst and continuing our nett, a daughter, Mar., 17. morning of the 4th Learn to keep your troubles to The Woman's TmIg - The singing at Mr. Amos Loys tinued our journey, that is Ray journey over mountains, through Fairplay. yourself. The world is to ljusy and I. The others of our family the valley, dodging .stumps and Saturday night was largely at--. . to cry for your ills and sorrows . . .. ... . now and then being pulled out of Sold Evttywford having gone the evening before tended and enjoyed by all preshas just as many and'besides it If the peaches don't get killed ent. by rail as above mentioned. the deepest mudholes, we, late as you. Smile and forget your The experiences of that day (the in the evening came in sight of we will have lots of peach cobMr. and Mrs. Irvin Gadberry pains. "iNo one cares to hear J 4th day) were satisfactory proof the beautiful little county seat blers. and baby were visiting Mr. and about- - your headache, your inato me that "all sweets haye town of McCurtain Co., namely, An infant" child of Mr. Loren Mrz. F. L.- Darnell Sunday. bility to sleep, your earache, or their bitter." On that 4th day Idable, 35 miles west of Win- - Keiths was buried Friday. Mr, Z. L. Bennett and family your rheumatism. There is- - no Veteriaary SitrgtM a4 ItatiM s of a . after leaving Durant, we lost trop, our future, home. After Mrs. Mary J. Brown was visiting "were visitinglt Glensfork Sun- person more unpopular than the Special attention g ivn Dteiwo one of our chains and did not resting hoopy awhile and giving one who constantly dwells upon her grandaughter, Mrs. day. BomeetJa AnliaaM his or her bodily infirmities. proceed far till we broke the oth- her a supper and water to quench Lena Wheat Saturday night.. 1 Mife of Uwn, aim: Ofaca at Mr. J. O., Bennett, of JefferJ"--- '3rown-rcd. er oa, Imtuk faithful old Hoopy ber thirst and of course sating Mrs. Ella Pulliam waa visiting son ville Ind.,.is Raiting friends When all the land is paid for . and relations at this place, his old "Camp" Knox outside lmproye-- i barefetfced and;we encountered our supprs anctbaing very anx-- Mrs. Emma Wheat Sunday, r GumfcU, Kyi .n raitrwiil eost 32,260,000. Mr.Jgaiil Acree awl Mr. of our many pkeef tktt day aad the ' lQm to th --- times that day and on the 5th day those Laplanders seemed to re alized more fully the difficulties that we were" having, they advised us to leave the main auto road or that is the road that had been blazed put and in fact the timber had been cut preparatory to making an auto road and that is a fair sample of all the roads that cross Lapland, and as I said above the people at the little town Bogachectia directed us by a route 22 miles around and strike the auto road at another town on route across Lapland and to our great surprise when we return ed to the auto road, we were only 10 miles from Bogachuta our starting point. We rested Hoopy awhile and gave her a good square meal of gas and oil and quenched her thirst with a good draught of Lapland water and started on our journey, arriving at Old Fort Townson about sundown with the Intention of rest-in- g Hoopy a little, as she bad showed herself a rambler after we got out of 'the stumps and mudholes and had struck a stretch of good road of about 20" miles, before we reached Fort Townson, but after hearing the lamentable tales about the condition of the road that we would encounter traveling east of Fort Townson, we concluded to spend ? G :.t5. -- tT .- -- - ?- 3&Z - - --" '- $ , --A t :: - .;. z?; V" f, J - rw fer.; jtf&fcJi&k- . : 3J r- . f. t.-J- t T 's. - : ifej- - ., Xc .,555 V " iam; now to supply young men, old "men and looys , re with clothing, .supplies daily. I haye an immense stock and receiving naw I can interest you in prices. If you need any JjX thing : in this line, call at once. -' f c - ffj ; -- - 7: - ?" - - SHOES! SHOES!! inytock 6 i i mmm - - --v- i BUGGIES AND WAGONS. i i 6 fit 6 f WOODSON LEWIS QREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. J Colun '61a Barber Shop 3S Gad-berr- y, 40 CARDUi j S J f " - L. H. Eafcl-ko- Jones -- -- . "',' e, rai rt' Cai-Zboe- at: li s .1 J? -. !i r K. 'T, 4- -, THE ADAI& x v, -v coram NEWS f 7perxentofthe.worid!Bland.Uobethe legitimate perquisites the announcement of Mr. Geo. 70 per cent of the world's cop of members-oW. Rubarts, of tne Eunice prethe Senate.1 We are authorized to announce Jun' PHblisheafPa WcdEedaj8. cinct, who is a candidate for per. 9 The treaty providing" for ius Hancock a candidate for County 66 iper cent of the world's oil. the payment of $25000,000 t'. Coknv6iar KeiUaclcy- Attorney jo,f'rAdairGouiity, subject to County Court Clerk of Adair for ' thejustioa of theBepublican party t to county, subject to the action ...of 75 per cent of the corn grown. territory Biezure during the i f E.MURRELL, court? be expressed at the Angost primary to - . 33 percent party. Mr. Ruib iieiu .august) osn. of the worlds silver. Roosvelt Administration from MSR I 1W?S. DAISY HAMLETT. i barte was born and reared in j52 per cent of the world's coal. the United States to Colombia. FOE COUNTY ATTOBNKY. Adair county, and has been an , 40 per cent of the world's iron 10 To define the extent, .1 J. DeMoaaticavfpaprdTeta4 to Dm tetamt We are authorized to announce W, active worker for his party from a'nd steel. anv, which the women voters of th Otty ef ColomMt mi th dmI of Adair A. Coffey a candidate for reflection eraatlM. tad adJetaUff 20 per cent of the world's gold. the county are to share in the to the office of County .Attorney of boyhood. This is the first time county, subject to tne action of he has ever peen-befoAdair his par- . 25 per cent of the world's auto- distribution of patronage and the as second .theRepubtfcan primary to be held Catered at the Columba' ty for office. He has been mobiles enjoyment of cfcher rewards to mill matter. the first Saturday in August. 'the past" satisfied to 40 per cent of the world's rail- which they think they "are-- entiin FOR TAX COMMISSIONER. tled in return for " the contribuWEDN. MCH, 33. 192L 7 We are authorized to iannounce Rol-li- work for others for no other roads. t reason but for the good of his Previous to 1914 we owed Eng- tion of vfomen voters to the Re B. Fatton a candidate for Tax party. He feels that he is fully land so much money that the an publican victory last fall. Subscription Prlcellst landlandt Postal Zone Commissioner of Adair county, sub LSoperyer. jec'b to the action of the Republican qualified for the offiee he seeks, nual interest was 300 million dolAll Zones beyond 2ndJ$2.00 pcriyear A Subscription doe end Pay&bleSn Advance party, expressed at the August pri- and should he be nominated and For Sak. lars. to- - be, a elected, he "promises mary j, !Now she is paying us 150 milSingle combs Brown leghorn eggs faithful servant of the people. lion dollars a year interest. Announcements. 60c. setting 15. Another crime wave may be The Eunice precinct, where .he Before the war we owed about i FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE Mrs. E. R. Willis, expected, as a new batch of resides, is solidly for him, and four billion dollars abroad. To- 22 3t . Joppa, Ky. We are authorized to announce that criminals has just been parolied the voters in it, will use all dili- day the net indebtedness" of Eu- J. C Carter, of Monroe county, is a gence to secure his nomination. rope to America is ten billion Born, to the wife of Lenis Janes, in to the office out of the penitentiary. candidate for the Mill district, March 21st, a daughMr; Rubarts is fairly well ac aouars. of Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th d we possess about At Somerset 'only two men quainted ter. Judicial district offKentucky, subject in the other sections of or more of the total- wealth N were shot at a Holy Roller meetto the Republican primary, to beheld the county, and he is known. to of the world. America is now For Sale. ing. The dispatch did not say the first Saturday in August, 1921. . be a gentleman of-- high charac- the the richest nation and finanor not the shooting was whether ter, one stands cial center of the world. Before Two Ford touring cars and Ford FOB'cOMHONWEAI.Tn'S ATTORNEY down on the program. J. Press Miller, for the right. He expects to the war England was the great Racer. v Columbia, Ky. authorized to announce that An extra session of Congress visit every locality in the county est ship owning nation. After A. A. Huddieston, of Cumberland has been called to begin the 11th before the p'rimary, personally 1921 America will have twice as Work of re modi ing the interior of County, is a candidate for the Bank of Columbia has started. to the office of Commonwealth's At- of April: Tariff and taxation presenting his claims.. He jaro- - tnany ships as England. " " torney in this the (29th Judicial disposes to run a fair race, and if - tC' A Splendid Offer. trict, subject to thelactionjof the Re- are to. be'the principal measures fitair Goaivty NevJs XOB COUKTY ATTORNEY. , MisffAmye Branhani, lef t- - for Columbia, Sunday where ahe will be in school for a few;months. Mrs; Edgar Reese attended a the-Republic- an I re Post-offi- ce - n- birthday dinner at the hGme, of " Finis Roach, Monday, and she reported a good dinner, a large crowd, and a nice time. Mr. Lewis Reece visited W. T. Reece and wife, Sunday. Goebel Reece of this place made a business trip to Marrowbone, Sunday. Mr. Sam Burdette, of Columbia, passed through here with 47 nice work mules one day of last week. Noah Reece of this place spent the nightat the home of his uncle, J. H. Breeding, last Saturday -- night. James Breeding of Amanda- ville was visiting his father, thi3 place, Saturday and Sunday. Bought! Writes Mrs. J. Mason, Va. "1 paid $1.25 for five cakes of and Juijg-fc- ig by the large nastber of dead rats we've picked up. I reckoa we've saved hundreds of dollars ia chicks, eggs and feed." Your pets won't touch it. Eats dry up and leave no smell. 35c, 65c, 1.25. Sold ssd guaranteed by Rat-Sna- p -- one-thir- - i'Ita the Chapest Thing I Ever 4 who-'-invariab- ly We-ar- e 21-- 3t Paul! Drug Ce. -- Davis Harkware Company Glensfork. There is a lot of, sickness in at this time., There is several1 cases- of- - flu-a- t this place. Miss Beatrice Wesley has the mumps this week. r Mr. Charlie Kelsay and wife, who have been in Virginia for some time, have returned home and have gone to housekeeping. Born, to the wife of Mr. Virgil Wesley, March the 3rd, a boy. Miss Katherine Bennett, who has been in bad health for some time, is no better at this writing. Miss Effie Sanders, our milliner, has a nice line of hats at this place. Mrs. Etta Wilkinson is very sick at this writing. Mr. Will Kelly, who lives near this place, is in a very critical condition caused from a lick he received from a baseball 'ast Saturday afternoon, engaging in a game of ball at this place. The ball struck him just below the eye. He is very bad and is suffering much pain. Mr. F. Guthrie made a business trip to Burkesville last week. Mr. Crisman Powell sold a bunch of cattle to Mr. J. B. Young and Mr. Welby Holme3, of Garlin, one day this week for a fancy price. Mr. Leslie Bennett passed through this place last Thursday with a nice bunch of cattle. on-displ- publican primary to be held the first considered. Saturday in August, 1921. more than A tariff is nothing he wins he will feel exceedingly Republican a.-'ta- x and' the con- he goes down he will World.) '02. 1 l not wants diajly: ?' submit to the, will oi the" "people, Washington, March News very and will, heartily, support.. the We are authorized toannounce that The Elizabethtown W&wiU.fnrjiislt the-- , Adair County ' ? t3. .Wi W. B. Patteson is a candidate for truthfully states "if governor J J" r k nominee. Keep his candidacy sojourning touay 10 r assemoie ina. News and the Stf Louis rt Sheriff of Adair county, subject to felobe Democratvfor$lT90 per year, in the action of the Republican party, Morrow would stop pardoning before you and waif for "his extraordinary session on April expressed at the August primary. 11, the Senate left the field clear Kentucky.. To subscribers living in murderersoutfof the penitentiary comingi ' $2.40. for the B. M. O.P. ("Best minds other States he .would remove one of the We are authorized to announce that Having passed the examina- of the Party.") to prepare a The Twlce-- week Globe Democrat Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff causes, that leads to lynching." tion, Mr. Rollin B. PattoriT of schedule of policies, When the is one cf the best and newest papers of Adair county, subjact to the action published' in this'county. We do not Caleb Powers has called upon of the Republican party, expressed at the Breeding locality, announces two Houses come together again know how long this proposition will the August primary. President Harding, asking for a his candidacy ;in the News, .this the leaders expect that Presi- hold good, therefore, if you want the job. He was informed that the week for the office of Tax Com- dent Harding and his advisers papers, call or send in your subscripFor County Judge two places, either one of which missioner of Adair County, sub-je- will be prepared to submit for tion at once. We are authorized to announce Geo. would be satisfied with, T. Herriford a candidate for Judge of Powers to the action of the Repub- consideration and 'approval the the. Adair County Court, subject to would be filled by men already Paid List. lican party. Mr. Patton is a following: the action of theJJRepublican primary, selected. young man of excellent characto be help the firstfSaturday in Au1 A plan for the adoption of The following new paidsuhscrlb gust. ter and is fully qualified for the a resolution declaring at an end ers and renewals are our issue of laat Walter Cummings is now lansince position he seeks, and should he We are authorized to announce that the state of war between the Tuesday. guishing in the Danville jail, as Walter S. Sinclair is ajlcandidate for be nominated and elected it is United States and the Imperial R T. Bennett-- , J. C. Hale, Dr. L. C. to the office of County mob violence waB feared. He is Judge of Adair county, subject to the charged with an assault upon a generally believed that he would German Empire; coupled with an Nell, Dr. H. W. Depp, E. E. Strange, action of the Republican primary to make a faithful and efficient of- "ersatz" (German for substi- Mrs. J. T. Mercer, W. J. Rogers, Gar in August. 15 year old wliite girl of Casey be held Barden, Mr3. J. E. Garrard, J. E. ficial. He was educated in the tute") League county. of Nations pro- Heilman, Geo W. Rubarts, J. T. Lindsey-Wilso- n and the Colum- ject. ., BrockMrs Nannie C White, H. L. fob County court clebk. bia High School, and during his James Cardinal Gibbons, the 2 A new system of taxation, Conover, Chas. Hammond, O. T. Lee, We are authorized to announce Mr. stay in this place he made R. F. Neat, L. A. Hadley, S. J. Bingham Moore a candidatelfor Coun- most noted Catholic Priest of reputatian for which is designed to wipe out Smith, J. A Lee, W. W. Norris, H. ty Court Clerk of Adair County, the United States, died in Balti4n enviable action of the Republican good and courteous conduct. He the excess profits tax and to pre C. Parrish, Jack Pafrish, Dick Pa? more last Thursday. He was in party, as expressedl at the primary, vide a revenue raising substitute fish, Hance Parrish, J. P. Sprowls, F. liist Saturday in August. his 87th year. The burial and has a very pleasing address and probably,in the form of a retail C. Gibson, J. W. Cole. ha3 a knack for making friends. We are authorized to announce Mr. funeral will take place this week, For sometime, in connection with sales tax, with modifications of Cold settled in the muscles of the S. C. Neat a candidate for re election and many Church dignataries of other features of the wartime neck, arms or shoulder makes every to County Court Clerk of Adair Coun- the United States will be in at- his father, he has been selling now in operation. ty, subject to the action of the Regoods, carrying on a general tax schedule movement painful. Use Ballard's publican party, as expressed at the tendance. store in the community where he . 3 A decision whether there is Snow Liniment. It relieves the pain primary, first Saturday in August. protective tariff con and relaxes the muscles. Three sizes; vThe pie cutters opened ud at was born and reared. His best to be a Re30c, 60c and 81.20. Sold by Paull We are authorized to announce.that Louisville last Friday but only asset is the recommendation of structed along traditional amplifica- Drug Co. Miss Christine Nell, of Grady ville, is lucrative positions were consid- his .home people, who speak of publican lines, or an Adv. a candidate for County Court Clerk of ered. tion of the powers of the existCortez Sanders, Sheriff of Adair It is given out that Lud- him as a young oian full of enAdair county, sublect to the action of county, and Ed Staples, Deputy Sher-rlfof1 the confidence ing Tariff Commission. low Petty will be sure to be ap- ergy, worthy the Republican party--, expressed at conveyed Raymond Driscoll, the 4 A comprehensive scheme pointed Post Master at Louisville. and esteem of all peoples. There the August primary supposed Bank robber, to the LouisThe applicants for Post Master is not a doubt but he will be for terminating the control of the ville jail, for safe keeping, last Tues-daWe are authorized to announce that over the State were told that formidable in this contest, his Custodian of Alien Property over Driscoll's trial set for next July. Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is o man finding that if he more than $3010,000,000 of properoffice of County it was not the time to give them brother a candidate for the WestForR. ' "Do Rats Talk to Each Other?'' Court Clerk of Adair county, subject a hearing. Leslie" Larimore, of defeats him for the nomination, ty taken from German nationals. Asks Mr. M. Batty, R. I. to the action of the Republican pri- GreenBburg, stands' a good he will have ' been in a race. "I got five cakes of Measures designed to elimi- around feed stop. Got about half aand threw pieces Carl Pelston and family were dozen dead mary, to be held the first Saturday in chance to be named as Uuited Mr. Patton, as we have been a day for two solid weeks. Suddenly, they got rats nate the surplus of wartime Now we haven t any. Who told them aboutfewer. visiting at Finis Lacy's last Sun August. Rats dry up and leave no smell. Three Western told, is backed by the lower end bureaus and to States Marshall-fertil- e the sues: 35c, 65c, $1.25. day. Sold and guaranteed by oi the county, and his xgif c for- functions oftEe various departdistrict. , FOB JAILER. N J. H. Lacy and wife were visPaull Drug Company. securing supporters, will win ments designed to make for simiting at A. J. Petty one day last Davis Hardwarc.Company We are authorized to announce Clara Smith Hamon, who was him votes all over the county. plicity and economy. week. Prank Woiford Miller, of the Eunice recently acquitted for killing He was reared a Republican, precinct, a candidate for Jailer of 6 Decision as to the eligibility Breeding. Bernice Pelston was visiting Adair county, subject to the action of Jake Hamon, at Ardmore, Okla., and steadfastly clings to the of Col. George Harvey to reprethe"Republican primary, tobe held in her daughter, Tracy Fletcher, a has signed an agreement for two principles of said party. In a August sent the United States at the Healthof this , community is- day or'80 last week. v years duration, to go into the few weeks he will start his ' ' Court of St James. good at this writing. Luther., Pelston visited the and he respectfully asks movies. The salary to be paid FOR CIRCUIT COUBT CLEBK. W. T Reese arid s wife of this May Park 'last Sunday and readoption of a plan pro is $25,000 cash and 50 per cent, the friends of his party- - not tod We'are authorized to announce M of the profits. She should have commit themselves until they posed by Secretary of Commerce place were in Columbia one day ported a nice time. C. Winfrey a candidate for personally beard him pre- Hoover for conferring'upbn his of last week on business. L. E. Bibee is very sick, with of made Up her mind "to go away have to the office of Circuit department limited control over Our new black smith shop, is feer. Adair county, subject to the action of back ancj sit down." She may sent him claims. the Republican .primary to be held have been justifiable in killing the Consular Service, in order to doing a good business. The farmers are getting bethe first Saturday in August, 1921. GREAT ERA: DAWN OF A Dromote American trade throughher paramour, but she willnever Mrs. Arthur Froedge and Miss- - hind with their farm work on out the world and particularly Elsie Froedge were visit'ng Mrs. account of rain. reconcile the good people of this We are authorized to announce W. countries. Edgar Reece Friday of last week. TT. Priee a candidate for Circuit country to her brazen, life of America has emerged from the with Sunday .school at Hogard's Court Clerk of Adair eotmty, subject shame with the man she killed world war with: --rThe determination of Sena., J. C. Reece and wife were Mi- - Chapel ie progreaeiag nicely. to Um act ef the Republican party, 6 per cehtbf thewbf Id's popu- torial, prerogative! to vise oryto iting at the home of hie father J. Kfttmi at the prary thV first paptr will be found latiui . In Smarter to AMt. ., Adair County News $f.5Q I! MMVU Sf I appointment! which are declared W. Reece, Tueeday night. For Sheriff. sumers pay It.1 grateful to his "supporters. If (Louis n Seibold cfieerfully 1 M. " i Program; , - 1, I in .NewiftYorJk, -- I Here is a proposition we make to paper, but do this community readers who-wanfcacl- lBr Twice-a-wee- -- v -- a ' ct ay . -- . sub-ecttoth- e f, -- y. ' Rat-Sna- p Rat-Sna- te I - can-vass- 7--- The -- Court-Cler- Latin-Americ- ln - to-day- 's " v '! a 11 "V - X 4 . M', - Vjr- MU. -- - - .' X PERSONAL Mks AJleeoe Nell has about-recovere- d. ' "" TBEIADMR GOUNTY-NEW- S i .5 13-- A the funeral of Mr. Everett Alllsonjwho CANE VALLEY . was a brother of Mrs. Moore. The funeral discourse was preached - by Is still on the Map Alive and Very "The- - It' DENTIST- are located six mlles'trom Co lumbia on the Campbellsville and Co-- : nfn V lumbia turnpike road and surrounded PER ROLL by the best or as good farming counAND UP Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. w T' try as there is in Kentucky. Our farENOUGH FOR ROOM 14' x14 EV, mers are of the highest, type; SIDE WALL AND BORDER :;.. "Katie Murrelland EvaRliodus-an- d UP STAIRS. Miss Louise Howe was a sufferer of Our citizenship has increased ten Send for Samples: J Carl Smith motored to and atMr. te.gr! ppe several days of last week. percent in the last five years. HOUSE PER' " tended services at Campbelleville last ' r r Mr. E. C. Towels, Louisville, was at COtUMBIA, KY FLOOR There is not a town in the State GALLON jtha Jeffries1 Hotel a few days since Sunday a series of meetings being in that will exceed us for business xFrtEE-'--progress at the Methodist 6hurch $100 PHONOGRAPH - Guy Atkins Nell, and" 'his little sis- to our population. Send For Particulars s Mr. L G. Benard and wife, of ter, Dorothy, are thought to be better.. The Dudgeon Co., manufacturers, of Jamestown, arrived here last week en th Ath -i PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE Mr. J. B. Bryant, Harrodsburg, was stoves, brooms and washing machines. route home. They had been to the BEST IS NONE TOO GOND at (he Jeffries Hotel a few days ago, Lebanon Hospital after a patient, Tthey also carry a full' line of oils and lYIullU LLL Market St. Market St. Are ahyays the most enthusiastic concernr. Mr. T. Earl Williams; of'BurksvJlle, a,Mr Leach, who had beentreated for paints. B. T. Dudgeon, the hustling For 40 Years a Wall Paper Center of stove man, who also carries a full line LOUISVILLE, KY. ing the excellence of our was here, selling groceries a few days "Several weeks. Mr. Benard- - ig the 4 ' ago. WANTED A Young Lady to Represent Us In Your City. Dry Cleaning AndDyeing ' ' of paints, roofing- and sheet metal. county court clerk of Russell. The Cane Valley, MilMilllng..Co,'ls Mr. W. I. Ingram is in the Louis- "We have one of the most efficient .Mr. J. E. Heilman, wffo was here doing a fine business. The saw mill at a;1-vllle and Cincinnati markets 'this several months, in the interest of oil v Remodeling Departments -- cx, . V -this place, has done the larger amount week. development, proving himself beyond in the country. Furs transformed into ' Birlhday Surprise. of business during 1920, than any two Mr. W. P.'Nunnally, the- - drugman, doubt a gentleman of high character, the mode very quickly. Men's and years in past history. Judd Brothers, made htsregula'r,trip to .Columbia last left for St. Mary's'West Virginia, two women's garments altered in any way- are the leading contractors of this Mrs. Ella &ose, wife of Dr. J. C. week. weeks ago. While here at the redesired. section, and are enjoying a fine busi Gose, Knifiey, was forty-eigh- t years quest of his home Chapter he was ness Walker-whwas taken Mrs. Nat We'dye fur skins and remodel them The Farmers Bank, did a splen old last Wednesday ,"the 23d of March. ' quite sick the "first of the week, Is made a Royal Arch Mason, by Colum- did business last year, their net profits Her parents, brothers and sisters, who in any way. bia Chapter, No, 7. better. being 81000.00,that is not bad business live in Columbia and near town, conWe tailor make men or ladies' ! -- n .til Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, who ror the nrst year. Mr. D. u. .Eubank, cluded to. surprise her. In keeping suits S50.00 up. Latest styles'. South for some time, is now at in the cashiermakes every thing very pleas- with the conclusion, Mr. H. B. Ingram TEASDALE "Rat-Sna- p Kills 48 Rats" home. 625-62ant for the patrons oPthe bank, We' and wife, her parents. Mr. W. I. in- Walnut Sheet Write IrriaNwkood, Peaatylvaua r Ha bsts : "After tisini? one larare Taelcasre. Cincinnati, Ohio. have four good merchants. Mr. W.B 'gram and wffe, Mr. S. E. Shively and Miss Vara Taylor was confined at tre counted 48 dead cats." kills 'em. dries up the carcass, and leaves Hutchison, who owns and coutrolls ouej wife,Mj:?P. H. Ingram and wife and her home all last week, a victim of no emeu. M&xa ana aogs wont wracn it. Comes iaeonvenka 6iz cakes; no mixing Mrs. C. G. Jeffries went uptoKinfiey, ofi our stores,; is enjoying a good busiSetting up Meeting Apr! 12. with other food. Geta package today. - & Son, -W Tbxee sizes: 85e for Ktehea or cellar: 65c ness. Rev. the .ladies having prepared every Dudgeon Miss Agnes Hines, who has been in for chicken herase or corn crib: S1.25 for carry a complete line of groceries and thing palatableJqra delicious djnney. buaa and outbuildings. Your money back college "at NaBhville, returned home The District Setting-u- p Meeting for u doesa t ro toe wouc. notidhs drugs and sundries? 'MrYW.- - They.f motored jp .Mrs. Gose's lipme, last week.-.the Columbia District M. E. Church," igyRwrcAvcjgsMj. F: Hutchison, one of our oldestJner" went' in with their good ediblesgreatSouth, will be held in Columbia A pril Miss 'fiTary- - Miller, who spent six w chapts.still enjoys afine business.- The ly surprising heV, as M?s Gose had i - ' v weeks in Louisville, returned home 12th, beginning at 10:00 a. m. 1 hose Sjfsft ? III f I J Li V(r if O&oarU large department store of L. M. Smith. noftivenSlieVbfrtHa'ayatiy considerwho are expected to attend r as 8U sad Gowum4 by c last week. ' . Jr wen ior itsseii. we nave ations5 r speaKs follows: Conference Director,- - Hon. Paull DwjjmC; Mr."Leslle McClister, who is employao pravea io,ne in tne nature or a 1A hyr,M . 'i ttiree first class black smith shops,'do T. A. Luman; Conference Sectary, ed in Louisville, reached home last Frl-- s Davis Hardware Company all kinds f repair work. Mr. E S. reunionof the Ingram family. After Kev. Leonidas Robinson D. i All' "-' dajTnight. Wilson,- - our splendid barber, keeps t e the dinner .which was highly body type of the Courier-Jour-nthe pastors of the district; ail the The Mn and Mrs. Tilden Wilcoxson and hours were spent in social charge directors; the minute men and Times have been changed, the gents well trimmed. We challenge the several several children were very-sicSold Exclusively By world with our postmaster, Chas. F converse and listing to delightful chairmen of each churcl). the district type being much larger. This andays of last week.. Paxton, rain or shine Charlie meets music. officers of each church board; the disRUSSELL & CO. nouncement will be very pleasing to Mr. N. B. .Falkenburg, Jamestown, The Columbia people returned home two great papers. them with a smile. J. M. Calllson, is trict alumni directors and the district the readers of these Columbia, Ky. was here a few days ago, en route operating a Ford garage and doesaM: well satisfie3 with a very happy day. lay leader. It is very necessary thab In connection with the News, we will , n.L home from the South. Courler-Journa- f or Kinus oi aura repair worn joining-to- n the above named persons be present. furnish either the For rapid healing there is nothing On Brothers are doing a thriving " Rev. Campbell's 80th Birthday. Mr. J. Q. Alexander was here Times 100 days- - for 81.80, subscribe the night of the 12th there wiii be like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn Thursday and Friday, taking' orders now. This proposition is made to sub business running two large Packa great Mass Meeting addressed by flesh, heals cuts, burns or sores so The Masonic Lodge, for dry goods, etc. The following is from he Russell-vill- e Rev. A. R. JKasey, D. D. of Hopkins-villscribers outside thecorporate limits of ard trucks. quickly no time is lost from work. at this place, is growing very rapidly. Herald Bro. Campbell is Ky. Make your arrangements " Miller, Moody, Texas, the town of Columbia. Dr. Garnett Price, 30c, 60c and $1.20.- - Sold by Th& Xfnr1oin iXrmrl man T .nrtrra ruaof UUUIUQU .LAIC IUGCU II UiUUOlll liUUgg in Columbia where he resided to be present at, these meetings with- left on his homeward journey, last Adv. I am agent for the Parisian Em- regularly, and offers to the public a for several years When he lived Paull Drug Co. "" Thursday afternoon. out fail. . broidery needle. The work .is wonder- good insurance. T. J. Wade, P. E.. here he was the Presiding Elder of .Fifteen were baptized into' the Mr. G. "W. Rubarts, Jr., and Hon. ful. Any "child can use the needle. xji, xi. ui. uautuu& auu ouu, uauiut the Columbia district: Christian Church last Sunday after G. L. Perryman, Pellyton were in Co Myself and I. Girls are going wild over the work, Saturday,' the 19tb of "March was' noon as a result of the meeting now who;own the Valley "View Stock farm Thursday. lumbia last making pillow tops, rugs, embroider- are dealing (Ernesu Cundiff.) in throughbred stock and the 80th birthday, anniversary of Kev. in , progress. The series will close' Mrs. Mary Cheatham who was again ing waists, dresses etc Price .$1 00 I,m the best pal that I ever had, "' . . theyhave a splendid line of Short D. S. Campbell- who lives at his place next Thursday night. r. .. j KlKensenousiy mi oaiuruay aitamuuu, j post paidt For furLher information, in I like to be with. me ' Horn Cattle, South down sheep and on the Dixie Highway, just out of the is reported no better. Mrs T. I Smith, Sr. address Chester White hogs and they enjoy'a corporation on the East side of town. A Loafer Must Feel Funny When a I like to sit and tell myself Dorothy, the little daughter of Mr. 22 3t Cane Valley, Ky. Things confidentially. Mr. Campbell is a splendjn justness Hancock Bros , and and Mrs. Guy Nell, was very sick Holiday Comes Arouno who deal in good mules and fancy much x beloved Methodist preacher. -. I often sit and ask'me, A Rat That Didn't .Smell After several days of last week. "horses have some fine stock at present. He has been a member of the LouisBeing Dead for Three Months If I shouldn't or I should, Mr. Bruce Montgomery, cashier r ' When old Adam ate tlje apple "I swearit was dead tKree months." writes Mr. J. Mr.J. N. Hancock, one of trie firm ville Conference sihee 1863. For more And from Paradise was driven And I find that my advice tojne ' day: put some J.). 'I cu Sykes (N. benind asaw this rat everyafterwards, my the Frst National Bank, has been barrel.- - Months a " Hancock Bros , has rented and moved than 50 years he was engaged in ttfe Is always pretty good. a wife looked behind the barrel. There it was dead. 5 the sick list for several days. to the Hutchison farm By this move active ministry. During that time he He at once began to grapple. p sells a three sizes :5c 65c, 51.25. T neverot acquainted with myself , n Sold and guaranteed bv was given. we feel-lik- e ''Bill" will be Better pre-- , accomplished much in the Master's With the-tasMr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman, of Ontil here of late, . . Paull Drug Company. pared to handle more stock. Mr. T.I. work; the" seeds having fallen upon Though the days were bright and Louisville-- are spending a few weeks And 1 find myself a bully chum,! " sunny -- with Mr. Chapman's parents, Smith, our well known tobacco dealer, fertile soil, truly'his harvest will be a Davis Hardware Company I simply treat me great. And he tilled hard and stony ground is buying a larg& amount of tobacco great one s Messrs. T. R. Stults, Sam Lewis and Dr L H. Jones, Bollin B. Patton, I talk with me and walk with me Bro. Campbell enjoys comparatively He thought loafers must feel funny at Vhls time and paying the top price. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson were in LouisOscar Bradshaw, Jake Scholer and J. W. And show me right and wrong, & Bro., our local stack good health and is almost a regular When a holiday comes around. Sublett ville last Friday and Saturday. Thos Cave weje examined as to their dealers, are 'shipping regularly to I never knew how weirmyaelf attendant at the preaching services 'Twas a part of Adam's sentence Mr. V. Sullivan arrived last week Qualifications for Tax Commissioner. And 1 could get along. Louisville stock market. Dr. N Mi at theTemple The presence of this That his seed should all inherit and went direct to Boy. where his Their papers were sent to Frankfort .' B. Atkinson, Hancock and Dr. E. divine man who has so long served in A fair chance to gain subsistence mother is'lying dangerously ill. People who live on Greec river and where they were again examined, and make up our medical staff and they chsrch wbrlrMs an inspiration to the Cauged by what their work would Mr. Jas. Cole, of Bakerton, who so they all made good. Russell's Creek say there are plenty of "" " y merit. are of the best. pastor" -liclts for The News in Cumberland game fish In both streams There has It was sweat instead of moneys . Will be delighted to.show you my "'A'prodject is befnglaunched for a county, called to jsee us last Monday. How She Wherein all pleasure should be found, been but little angling up to this date, building at this place The Mrs. Crandall (Iowa) Tells of beautiful Patterns from New new school Stopped Chicken Losses O. P. Miller was confined to his line but in a very short timje you may ex Dr. Thus a loafer mustfeel funny Methodist, Diciples and Baptist, make "Last spring, rats killed all our bal?y chicks. Wish York, designed by Mme Meme and pect to see the banks lined with fishroom several days of last week, a vicWhen a holiday comes around. up our religious staff. We have two I'd known about p before . With just one large package we killed swarms of rats. They won't Have the Harding ermen Fish are better now than flu. He is better at this Mme De Panne tim of the Sunday 'schools both doing splendid get this year's hatche3.ril bet." This sentence Irrevocable time during the season. It writing. sport hat and the Rainbow. Also the work. Good lungs make a strong man. anteed and sells for 35c. 65c, $1.25. Is still confronting us today Sold and guaranteed by fine sport to catch them with hook is t Mj.' Claud Willis, of Worcester.New Daisy trimmed coque de roach.- Churches and schools are. the lungs of Aud-i- t is not negotiable Paull Drui Co. and line, 'but unlawful to take them York, is spending two weeks with his Our motto is make a community. And so we each our share must pay Julia Eubank;. Davis Hardware Company out of the waters in any other way. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Willis, them the best. And by paying sweat for money family, who Mr H. L. Conover and. and other relatives. We thank you MrEdftor for this It The greatest pleasure may be found If you belch up a bitter-tastin- g See the Turtle back in Barnyard have .been living at Joppa for several space in your paper, we are all for quid, suffer from heartburn and tour ' Chief Justice Rollin Hurt, of the For a loafer must feel funny years, left Monday for Geffersonville. braid. Also the Barnyard. sailors with stomach, yotfneed the tonic properyou. Court of Appeals,- arrived last SaturWhen a holiday comes around. , with a view of making that p'ace Ill ties of Herbine. It is a purifying and silk crowns. You wiii be both surprisday, and will, .be with his family for When we've done a hard days labor your children for symptoms strengthening medicine for the s'nm- - . Watoh their future .home. They have the ed and delighted with my -- styles and And at night our task is ended ' two weeks. He is in fineiiealth. ach, liver and bowels. Price. 60s, the best wishes of their many Adair coun- - of worms. They undermine Adv. Sold by Paull Drug Co. We are envied by our neighbor Mis3 Alleene Montgomery, who Is inl ty rrjends. health and breed sickness. Use prices. Who has on our work depended. College at Danville, reached home Julia Eubank. Mr. Elsey Young, who went Co" White's Cream "Vermifuge. It expels He maylive en milk and honey Thursday night, to remain until vigpr. last worms aud restores health and Louisville last Friday, returned with Colombia Lodge,No. 96, and Colum. But he is like a fish on ground, with her parents and friends. Price,, 35c. Sold by Paulf Drug Co. . ? new Eeo Roadster. It is a-- beauty ' Adv. bia Chapter, No. 7,have removed their For the loafer must feel funny Rarksdale Hamlett, who had re While in Loulsviire he called to see:. mumps, jwas again taken place of meetings from over the Bank When a.hollday comes around. covered from Mr. Jo Jones, of this placer who was There was an all day meeting atu of Columbia to Better Than Trans For Rts i Robert L. Campbell, the liall over Hoy's recently operated on for appendicitis. sick last - week, and for awhile had Writes Aclasis Drag Co., Texas Zion last Sunday. Dinner on the They eay: is doing the work Louisville, Ky. of fever. He is better store. eeveral degrees He states that he is doing finely. and the rat undertakers are s buBjaja pop ground, and- - entertaining preaching coraoaabotBtove." Tryitoayonrrats. this writing. at Found, a log chain, near the home iaftlmoncy back" tmaranteed P forenoon and afternoon. Quite a Plants bed are now being madr for T,he question is frequently asked Bora killer. Comes ready for nee; no mixMr. A. T. Lowet who lives in the ing with other foods. Cats and dags won't over from Campbellsville. bh& 1921., tobacco' crop. ' The acreage of Eugene Grasham's. It is about 20 "When will the court-hous- e bere tooebit. Katodryopandleaveao soaeH. residence just below the Bank of Cofeet long. Pay for this notice and the painted?" We Three a&es: 86c for one noa: Ke for this year will not be as large as last understand that the ' &t. S. M. Burdette.thrmule dealer, lumbia, and who is one of the drillers besse er chkken yard ; VL3S for bazas sad can have the chain. osttmikHoes. 8 tart JdlHne rata todey. year. The hulk of tobacco that will owner paint has already, arrived, and as soon 'on the O..B. Eoyse farm, was chilling 22-a continues to .have good sales.' On sasSaMaadGmnrtssdhyW J. C. Bault. ' Burley. he set will be as a contract can be perfected, palntr the latter part cf last week,, unable Monday ,'April 4, he will be in Albany Pulf Dtiffl C. era will begin the work. " rf . to work.- with "twenty hMidotgood'onM. He For pastures- on Lxng "View, see Dsvfe Hardware Company m ,v' 1; "For goodness .sake" eat Baeoerjs -. GeorgeMr. aad Mre. p. Moore, gurant'eei every iaule to" "Se'a lie fresh rotated peaVfittfjg jaefc" from the Barney Eaer-j- f Bo,-t- e the r Ellis,- " " -" ' arrived tatu k attend - 'Subecribefor The News. iu xeprwU. town, Ind,. lew days ago, so. reaster. Thy are befcfcer. 2at We L' Mr? J. B. Jones is. numbered among the sick. Mrs. O. P Miller visited relatives in Loulsvjlle lastweek. Gen.'Ja8.:(Taruttt. Fri day night, to look after some business aud to meet relatives and friends. He was accompanied by his son, James. They returned to their home, ' Mr. Leslie Graves. washere,' from Louisville, Monday. Mr. and Mr?. G B. S mil H, Misses Campbellsville, last Thursday. anlved-las- fc ' ReJECV Bennett. HtichAlive. WALLPAPER Store That Made the Penny Famous" x Res. Phone 1 J-- Business Phone Or. J. N Murrell -J 1 v -'-- PAIN1 A - $2. -- ii.nntiin ff 9 ,. -- o " has-bee- -. .- 7 BAT-SNA- P e. &&x-aHA- P . "?- r " Pt Lp ii al - " R V i-- - &-- .-: v-o- -- enjoy-ablei-afa- w k -- e, well-kno- I ... I - well-know- n ' Rat-Sn- Rat-Sna- k he-the- A L Rat-Sna- at;.-any'oth- er - -- -- to-da- EAT-SNA-P EAT-SNA- dele-gationw- as -- 2t - - 'r. wif-6f,Ed- f 22-S- t .. . ? t - "- - .'. 5"- -' - 'ffT '.'. "r . prr- - , 6 ' X, - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' hung upuntil'hls temporarytrranchlse;! may .rest or go visiting we . .. , i. wju uui expires auu uie city t,'uuucu zzzii. lev renew it Get me?", are forced without our consent to "Yes, sir." keep little "Susie May" or three "L'll be back Sunday forenoon. Good-by.- " -- Continued from Page 2. but let usgeirto the fountain head of things. You say that you are heavily, taxed which I'm sure that you are. and from our agreement we have decided that things are getting worse, What is the remedy? You surely would'nt aBk the teacher to do more than she is doing? TO BE .CONTINUED. Lets let the saber f the deserving head. A Teachers Defense. Gov. Morrow in one of his speeches said"that he was going To the Editor and readers'of the "Your Uncle's Killer Did That, Shir- to do away with the little one JAdair Co., Newsr ley." room school house" but where ' I have read with a great deal away into the clarkness. The do we find the fulfillment of that crew departed a few minutes of interest the discussion of Mr. declamation? later, and when Shirley found herself alone with her uncle, the tumult in Akin and Mr. Biggs upon the Not at all, we appeal to our her heart gave way to the tears she school teacher. tt could no longer repress. Pennington leaders for help and the cry is I agree with them upon many 'No money, no money." stood by, watching her curiously, This Is the first I've heard about - coldly. points, but as a teacher can unanys franchise," Sam Perkins replied Presently Shirley mastered her This injustice reminds - me of usj.!cIously. "Seems to me you derstand some things I am comemotion' and glanced toward him. secret- about this Job. How do the negro and the white man my ain't a forgery?" I lumw this the mayor and ask him," "Well, thinkdear?" he queried. home," ing in defense of the teacher, once in making a settlement, I had better go "I I Tall up for we who knows its every she said without spirit Po'e suggested. the white man of course did the "I think so, too," he answered. "Get phases, that is its pleasures and , 'TH do that," quoth Mr. Perkins calculating and he figured it Into the mayor's flivver, my dear, and ponderously. "And In the meantime, Til drive you. And perhaps the least its sorrows, I can not set idly don't do any more digging .or thus said about this affair the better, Shir- by when I think of the sacrifices, He hurried away to his automany things that you mobile, leaving a lieutenant in charge ley. There are "A naught's a naught, a figis displayed by do not understand und which cannot the heroism-tha- t of the squad. ure's a figure, all for the white ''Also In the meantime, young man," be elucidated by discussion' some of our teachers and the "I canmnderstand an attempt at asColonel Pennington announced, "you expressed by an "un- man and none for the negro." I will pardon me If I take possession, of sassination. Uncle Seth." think this simile applies to the "That blackguard Minorca! I 'should thankful world. py locomotive and flat cars. I obyou have finished unloading have known better thanjo put him on serve teacher and the children of the such a job. I told him to bluff and tiuy.e rails." It is true that we are living in rural districts in which they take "Help yourself, Colonel," Bryce rethreaten; Cardigan, I knew, would age, or something with an assumption of heartl-Bes- s realize the grudge the Black Minorca an indifferent plied the negative side. The taxpayhas against him,- and for that reason is wrong both with the schools he was far'from feeling. ers and people in general should "Thank you so much, Cardigan." I figured the greaser was the only man greatest good nature In life, who could bluff him. While I gave and churches but I would not for stand out in one great phalanx Wiih the him orders to shoot I told him dis- a moment inflict the cause upon Pennington climbed into the cab, for their rights and get what is tinctly not to hit anybody. Good Lord, and rang reached for the Shirley, surely you do not think I the over burdened shoulders of vigorously. the bell their dues. Then he permitted himself a tri-- 4 would wink at a murder!" our teachers and ministers. Place our schools more upon, a smphant toot of. the. whistle, after "I do," she answered passionately. While we are doing double the graded gently "With Bryce Cardigan out of the way whMi he Ihrew off the air and basis and give us more you would have a clear field before amount of work and strivincr opened the throttle. He was not a loroom and more help, better comotive engineer but he had ridden you " "Oh, my dear, my dear! Surely you with might and main to keep the In Use cab of his own locomotive and equipment every way and you felt quite confident of his ability in do not realize what you are saying. standard of Education soaring You are beside yourself, Shirley. will see the schools of Adair Co., ft. p'weh. high, I realize there is-- a falling move out in Please please do not wound me so With a creak and ft bump the train the great profession so horribly. I am surrounded by enestarted, and the Colonel ran It slowly off of enthusiasm and interest in p until the locomotive stood on the mies the most implacable enemies. and give both teacher and pupils trac-kexactly where Buck Oglivy had They force me to fight the devil with some of the schools. But listen! the rating they deserve. fire and here you are, giving them aid feeot cutting in his crossing; whereIt is not the teacher. We are When I hear of someone, who upon the Colonel locked the brakes, and comfort" you to defeat Bryce Cardi- living in an age now when many boi"I want opened his exhaust, and blew the probably never goes near a school gan, if you can do it fairly." ler down. And when the last ounce of parents are slack in their home building and pressing heavily steam bad escaped, be descended and "At another time and in a calmer smilingly accosted Bryce Cardigan. mood "we will discuss that villain," he training and children are doing upon the shoulders of the tired "That engine being my property," he said authoritatively. "Get Into the car, announced, 'Til take the short end of and we will go home. There is noth- just as they please to do. teacher, I at once think of the "any bet you care to make, young man, ing more to be done tonight"-In these perilous days over "Pert Chicken" who told his that It will sit on those tracks until "Your sophistry does not alter my your temporary franchise expires. opinion," she replied firmly. "How- which we have passed parents grandmother Dorkin, "that it g now, if you Cut in your ever, as you say, this Is neither the have been so busy either trying was no use to sit upon the eggs, d to .you. can, you whelp, and be d time nor the place to discuss It" yv? got you blocked!" In silence. Shirley to keep the wolf from the door but to come out into the barnThey drove home fj rather imagine this nice gentlewent at once' to ber room. For the or probably profiteering on their yard."' You remember themoth- man has it on us, old dear," chirped Colonel, however, the night's work had. Buck Ogllvy plaintively. "Well! We scarcely begun. The Instant he heard neighbor, in their effort to get er Dorkins reply. "To be wise did our damndest, which angels can't the door to his niece's room shut he rich quick, that they've lost all and show it; is a pleasant thing jdo no more. Let "us .gather up our went to the telephone and called up And so Sex- sight of their children. tools and' go home, my son, for somethe Laguna Grande roundhouse. no doubt, but when you talk to thing tells me that If I hang around ton, his manager, answered. these children without knowledge old folks you should know what here Fll bust one of two things this ''Have you sent the switch engine to gleck scoundrel's gray head or one of the woods for Rondeau and his men?" of obedience or without inspira- you are about." I thank you for my bellicose veins! Hello! Whom "Just left" tion forced by the truant officer this space in .your valuable liavc we here?" "Good ! Now, then. Sexton, listen to come crowding paper. Bryce turned and found himself me: As you know, this jald of Cardioftentimes lacing' Shirley Sumner. Her tender am seventy-fiv- e gan's has developedso suddenly I strong into one of and the tears shone more or less taken by surprise and. Mrs. W. B. Hovious. lip one room school ..in her eyes like stars. He stared at have had no time to prepare theklnd these little 'her in silence. JU that will be most .ef- nouse, many times 'out of harof counter-attacWoman's Ears Sewed On. ' "My friend" she' murmured tremufective. However, with the crossing lously, "didn't I tell you I would- not blocked, I gain time In "which to organ mony with decency and sanitapermit you to build the N. C. 0.?" ize onlythere must be no weak point tion all for one poor little under Surgeons of Jersey City, N. J., , He bowed bis head in rage and In the organization. In order to Insure Ogllvy Buck sname "at his defeat watched with keen interest the that, I am proceeding to San Fran- paid teacher to "keep sweet." took him by the arm. "Bryce, old cisco tonight by motor, via the coast Right here Mr. Akin stop your grafting of and ear to Mrs. Lena chap, this Is one of; those occasions road. I will arrive late tomorrow .where silence Is golden. Speak not nlcht and early Saturday morning 1 hammer and soften you feelings. Romano's head this week. tjTU.do it for you. Miss Sumner," he Um appear in the United States dis- The poet writes beautifully of It was her own ear, slashed off continued, "and Colonel Pennington,' .4- cnnrt vutth rmr ntfnrnpvs dtiiI fllo rascal that triumphant favoring a complaint and petition for an order your profession, calls your per- police said by the woman's husjwith an equally gracious bqw, "we temporarily restraining the N. C. O. spiration "Honest Sweat," but band. When police surgeons "''ieax' vou in possession of the field from cutting our tracks. However, If anybody jtenij.orarily. the severed ear was f onnd Iwlll have to make an affidavit to what , name have you for the 6houSd drive up in a hack and lean support the complaint so I had better s ,but and ask you. just tell' him Bock , to do. it rather heavy dew that rests jipon the on the floor. At the hospital Dr. be y .'Ogllvy has another trump than risk the delay of making the tired brow of that little teaches W. J. Gallagher dressed the "tn his kimono." morning here and fordescribed above as she toils alone wound and sewed the ear on. . BiTce turned to go, but with a sud-- warding it by mail to den Impulse Shi.rldylald her band oa "We cant tell for two days "Thejudge will sign a restraining without sympathy both by sun his arm his left arm. "Bryce 1" she order, cetnrnable In from ten to, thirty ' murmured. oiL whether it will grow back naturdaysTil try for thirty, because that light and the He lifted her hand gently from his 'will knock out the N. 0. O.'s temporary The teacher must be a kind of ally or whether the attempt ia orearm. led 1ier to the front of the franchise and after I have obtained locomotive, and held her hand up to ,the restraining order, I will have the factotum as, wise as Solomon Useless," Gallagher said. "We the headlight Her fingers were United States marsltl telegraph It to with the meekness of Moses and had. a case like it last year, which with blood. Ogllvy and Cardigan!"" .. l ".Your uncle's killer did that "Bully cried Sexton heartily. the patience, of Job, and. then was successful." onlcaXly. "It's only a "That will fix their clock." . to please some people. ;4sllglft flesh- wound, but that Is no. "In the meantime," Pennington con- fail Sstmds Suspicious. . tinued, "logs will be glutting our land- There is no end to her profess your allies. fault of And lie left her standing, pale of ings. We need that locomotive for its f in den,face'ad trembling, in the white glare legitimate purposes. Take all that dis- ions, she must be skilled Joknson had been one of the carded machinery and the old boiler tistry a mechanic of nolmall .sC the headlight "car aad climbed we removed from the mlll'last fall, Z workers in He walked to his ability, well upon ,surgry and moat diligent-churcjate it. .. Ofllvr remained merely Ioag dump It on the tracks at the cresBln?, '" JTTif give orders te the foreman and get the locomotive bacfc a its raau may--I add that we get lot of hii town. When tW war' came er up the t&ois, atere them la Understand? The other side, having he eelisted and came back a wiex . oc uaraigaa-- miu,. ne means of remeriBg these heavy ofe-- 'frw practice too. ec, if net a sadderr man. Mteaty-fr?VMi game; iMt fce, too, m- - straetloss. will be blocked until I re-Betid- - our will be terasy that tine the seatter : aatooMK a4 at a wacd It.wM tfee 4rt Suadajr, Mid aeuwteaety the district coprt, CarHfah wffll be; tonetkM in" order tlwt "nwth rn-.e Ts Mr. Cardigan urt?" she demanded in an agony of suspense. tJeorge Sea Otter grunted comtemp-frzousl"Nobody hurt 'cept the Black illaurca. I am taking him to your 'company hospital, miss. He tried to shoot my boss, so I shot him myself once through the leg. Now my boss ays : tTake him to the Laguna Grande fco.ltal, George.' Me, I would drop tbK. jreaser In the bay If I was the boss." laughed hysterically. "On your viv.y back from the hospital stop and pick me up, George," she ordered. lie touched his broad'hat, and she se to dress. re"rned to Meanwhile Colonel Pennington had the crossing once more, slm-- v mt:meously with the arrival of Sam d the chief of police, by two automobiles crammed -- viilj patrolmen. Perkins strutted up p JJryce Cardigan and Buck Ogllvy. . that's tlie meaning of all this row, S- Cardigan ?" he demanded. Sam,! has slipped, Br.x'e retorted pleasantly. "You've bo'ii calling me Bryce for the past twenty years, and now you're mistering me! "Hie meaning of this row, jdm askT Bryce continued. "Well, Idi engaged In making a jump crossing af 3oIonel Pennington's tracks, -- raicW a temporary franchise granted nit i.v tlie city council of Sequoia. Hot's the franchise." And he thrust locument under the police chiefs y. jfeure running down the garden waDC the-hou- se-he- d Pt-rfcln- accom-parrte- the man out of bed. Then he returned' quietly to bis, room, dressed and packed a bag for his journey, left a brief note for Shirley notifying her of his departure, and started on his two trip over the hundred and fifty-mil- e mountains to the south. As his car sped through sleeping Sequoia and gained the open country, the Colonel's heart thrilled pleasurably. 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Panama-Co- ? r Billy Sunday's revival now He expects business conditions es relative to the Rica boundary dispute. going on in Cincinnati is draw- to improve. The position taken by Mr ing thousands to his tabernacle Twenty thousand men are now Hughes in this matter setms every-night- . employed in. the Ford plant Daisy Pirzhugh Ayres, Wash- The enth--e payroll of 43.000 men reasonable, and it is wise 'o ber ington correspondent to the will be employed on alternating "firm" when announcing a de Courier Journal, says, Mrs. Hard- two week periods until full capac- cision of the United St: tes gov? eminent. At the same 'ime it fe ing, is not averse to cigarettes. ity production is resumed. well to. note that it does not reXing Swope', former CongressA good feature of the existing e quire courage to be 111010 by Utandliord. man, has returned from Wash industrial situation is that the REV. WILLIAM STOUT.THE "firm" with diminutive PanamaJ ington and expects to locate in price of steel U being forced great of China's A single American gunboat DESTRUCTION by returning Lexington, where he will prac- down, Mr. Ford declared. could bring the Panama republic missionaries for the world's tice law. "The motor industry is the to terms; a couple of files of worst famine that now threatens to' wipeout 15,000,000 llyes in North CenGeorge Harvey, of New Yprk mainstay of practically all other American marines can prevent tral China. The Bev. Mr. Stout, of Louisville and editor of Harvey's Weekly, enterprises, and its future is as- the Panama army from starting and Georgetown, Ky., who has return- will be named as ambassabor to sured as long as the world keep3 anything along the Costa Ricau ed home after Ave years in China, will begin a tour of the State-ne- xt week London by President Harding, it moving." he said. "The world boundary. to tell of the horrible conditions loathe is said. y is on wheels and I am cerfamine area. None of this is said in erit& The Bev. Mr. Stout Is active In raisLiquid poison has been dis- tain that it always will be. The cism ot what Mr. Hughes has ing fund for the China Famine Fund, of which Joseph Burge, Louisville, is covered by the Chemical War- motor industry is called upon to done in this matter. He has treasurer, and the Rev. Dr. 'E. Y. fare Service, that three drops supply those wheels, and the de- "acted wisely. Panama agreed is chairman. Through the China Famine Fund, every relief organization will kill anyone whose skin it mand is getting stronger all the to permit Chief Justice White to In China is supplied with funds. time. touches. boundary dispute arbitrate that "But what about financing the with Costa Rica, and our State An appeal to the American peoKENTUCKIAN TELLS ple to de every ting in their power industry? Have you succeeded Department acts properly lit to aid the famine conditions in ia getting that $75,000,000 yet?" notifying Panama that the de-cision must be obeyed. Am erics OF WORST FAMINE China, has been issued by Presi- Mr. Ford was asked. dent Harding. "1 didn't know we needed it has too valuable rights H that James Stillman, president of. until a few loan sharks came out part of the world to permir a reThe Rev.. William Stout Biases the National City Bank of New and tried to tell us we did," he opening of a question, which has China's Catastrophe to De-York City, in a counter divorce replied, with a laugh. "But I been fully considered and fairly structionof Forests suit, has asked to pay $10,000 a think we proved to a few of them decided. But wetf will hsve to month alimony by his wife. that we could take care of our ohserve what Mr,, Hughes does with bibber questions befor ac Lexington business men will selveB." WILL SPEAK OVER STATE give a boosters trip through We talked in Mr. Ford's priv- cepting the eulogistic summing A special ate office. On the walls were of the Tribune. Louisville Post. Destruction of North China's great Eastern Kentuck. forests during the centuries that have train of four coaches will take many photagraphs, among them Go to WorK. passed; this deforestation which, now the party on April 18th. and re those of Thomas Edison, John leaves an area of 500,000 square miles Burroughs and the Prince of denuded of trees, is the direct cause turn two days later. Many people are of the? of the worst famine in history. This A giant Devil fish, that towed Wales. In one corner was a opinion that now that the new is the declaration of missionaries retwo boats forty miles from Palm black leather chair and into this administration is in office ancE turning from the famine area and YolcedJby the Jtev. William Stout, who Beach, Fla., escaped when the Mr. Ford sank. its" views are fairly welLkn&n, to his home in George- cables broke, although it been has returned "What would say about future there should be no further celay town, Ky., after five years m China. harpooned four times and shot business conditions. Mr., Ford?" in the revival of business The Rev. Mr. Stout will start a Bpeaking tour of the state next week eight times with a rifle. he was asked "will they ever re- throughout the country. in the interest of the China Eainlne The Southern Presbyterian De- turn to normal?" Fund of which Joseph Bufge, 9 Board Every change of administra of Trade Building, Louisville, is chairwill attempt next "The best answer to that is tion brings its period of doubt nomination man. Through the China Famine Fund, Sunday to raise $4,500,000 for the story of the farmer and the and uncertainity. The moneyed every relief organization In China is city chap,1' he replied. "This J interests do not know just how the benevolent work of the supplied with funds; .these .organizaduring the ecclesias- chap has been in the farmer's far it is safe to go, hence they tions, including the. Red Cross, Army, Christian missions, reApril 1st. village for thee days and during set the'brakes and mark time by ligious organizations- - and American tic year beginning units. Five men were burned to death that time it had rained constant- a temporary curtailment of exDeforestation Is Blamed. others missing, while fifteen ly. penditures. This produces s natwhich "This great catastrophe "Looks like it rained all year ural slump ip businessthat is were seriously injured, in a fire threatens to wipe out the lives of persons within the' next sixty destroy- round out here, he said to the designated by someas hardi days, he said, is due to drouths, the at Richmond, Va., that natural result of the denudation of ed two furniture stores. Proper-los- s farmer. Does it ever stop! times, forests which has gone on for centu-- $500,000,00. The farmer stroked his chin ries "in North China. With few trees Mr. Harding has indicated thai? on the land to hold the moisture the Claude Stephenson, a Mount and replied: 'It always did be- he desires a conservative but pronatural consequence Is that rainfall is small and uncertain. Even in years Sterling business man was beat- fore.' gressive administration, free? when the rainfall is sufficient the Yelen into unconsciousness by two entangling foreign aiiian-ce- s, "The answer to the question, from low River and other rivers break over their banks, unprotected by trees, unknown assailants and robbed' will business ever get back to and wich the protection that; washing away the soil and deluging-thof $100. He was moved to Lex- normal! as "it always did be- should be afforded legitimated crops. "It is a prevalent idea that rice is ington hospital and is in a seri- fore." business interests in every seer the malnTCood of all the Chinese peoous condition. ple. This; is true In South China where I may take six months, it may tion of the country. travelers get their impression and is Richard James, charged with take a year or even ten before It is time for big business to strengthened by the" fact that nearly all the Chinese in America came from the murder of two distillery business is again normal, but it get down to the steady gjind South China. In the fall, wheat Is sown in North China and after being guards at Midway, last October, will get back. fagaw, ana Wc uc.tje. oasinees-tc"harvested in the early summer, millet was hanged by a mob atVer "But then, as I said before, hit the same padeT W aerghum are sown. Sunday morning early the motor industry's sailles last Everybody go to"work at scme Roots Always Eaten. future is asby a jury Friday, sured. "All these crops are harvested by He was tried It is necessary to keep thing! Lancaster Record. being" pulled up by the roots as these which failed to agree; eleven things moving" jWitli the stalks and straw of the grain favoring the death penalty It is strangely true that many are the mala dependence for fuel. In 'the years when crops are short It does while one had held out for life parents do not realize that fbey A Billy Sunday Joke. aoiSneah only that some little luxuries have it within their powrr to Jwill have to be given up, but it means imprisonment. t hat there will be less of the While building a coal tipple at In a sermon at Cincinnati Billy give to their children the strong meal breadr It means that when 69 Sunday told a joke to emphasize est weapon against sin the? orIci tthe potatoes are gonejtbe vines will be Jackson, Ky., John Cornett, ten ; it means that instead of two or thr three .meals a day there will be only years old, was caught under fall- his argument for bigger collec- contains. That weapon, ne. en rock and sustaiued seven frac- tions'. It was about an old farm memory of a happy home ant j. "When a crop failure Is fifty per cent, as it often is, It means that many tures of the Tight leg; twj frac- er, who after much urging, has childhood. No amount of prach starve to death. The last five crops tures of the left below the knee; been induced to give $5 to the ing or teaching is going to-- gbrm have been only about r cent f them the wholesome outlook om a fracture of the left thigh; a collection.in.a church. normal. , "Practically all of North China is back a broken nose and A few days later the old farm- life that they will gain from .village after village, often only sepa- broken and untroubled childhoods rated by a few yards of ground, in his head was split from the back er declared the Lord had ruined parts of North China the population eye. Physicians him after he had made the Lord And it is every child's birtbrigb& Is twenty times denser than, in Jeffer- over to his left for his youth is the only tkur son County. The Chinaman may M? say he will recover. a present of the money. 'and carry a business in a pert" when he can be absolutely car-fr- e.. "He let my pigs get out last, ttoteirom Ida ancestral village, iwtha It seems a dreadfof pity 'ipects to g there aad spend feta.lMC At Jeffersonyillea woman has night He's ruined- - me,'!- - said when, parents insist upon, hee-i- nf fe fcte 4ays fcy"tk sOe IhkM -' " reipeonbUity upo sbouldacw taked the itmp in tht imtcreet th farmer, "Hah, you ctn't expct .God too fo carry it. candidacy for Mayar. ; , The Adair CeoafT Xws UM of htr CHINESE FAMINE LAID TO DEFORESTATION - ? The General News -- lion-lik- - to-da- -- Mul-11n- s, : . -- the'Sal-vatio- n -- . 00 -- T - r coarse-mille- s ten-pe- - m-hap- ai . ! yoc .-" r -- ,. -- "?.' & .r k-'- r -- J- V' N 8 Death Summwis Mr. J. 1. ADAIR Cravens with COUNTY "NEWS. - - JL - J& Mrs. - Thomas but peace lor -- this world- - will Grant. gods, and come when, were-al- l Mr. Lison Antle and, Charlie not men. Lancaster Record. On March 12, at 3 p.m.y after ; one weeks illness of bronchical Grant made a business trip to "When the bowels 'are costive thei ?iyneiitnohialthe subject of this'no-tic- e Russell county last week., ' waste matter ferments, producing a was called to his reward. With farm products down in gaseous condition that is disagreeable "'James JL Cravens was born Aug. price, a few people are To remove' the impurities quickly, a 36 1852, near Dunnville, Ky. dose of Herbine is needed. It does wondering what" the farmers the work thoroughly and pleasantly. Was married to Susan C. Grawill do this summer. They 'fear Price. 60c. Sold b? Paull Drug Co. (. is s ying Jan. 14, 1875. To this uni x ill r AQV. he will raise only enough for his ion were born 8 children,, who own use and let the rest of, us his wife survive him and Famous Last Words. starve. It might be an act of r were with him- - when the end he did let the just retribution if 'iStTWIU. j'j. lHI came. The children are as fol gpugers go, hungry. But ha "I wonderif its loaded. .J'll lows: Fred, Arthur, Robert, bigger heart" look down the barrel and see." won't He has tWalker, all of Buffalo Hart, than some people and the world "0, listen! That's the train Abe, of Illiopolis, Albert, of will suffer through no inaction of wljjstle. Step on the accelerator Pleasant Plains, 111., Mrs, Robhis. He will go right on raising and we'll try to get across beert Snrib, who since her hub- his crops and we will keep fore it comes." r X bands death has resided with tvjX ?: right on eating them. It is a "They say these things can't her.parents. Beaidea the y ItvJi iliffPknBHS 4. tX city, tnough. tnat tnere is no "possibly explodeno matter how leaves 4 brothers,. 3 sis. way of singling out the gougers much you throw them around." ters and 10 grandchildren and a and the profiteers and compelling "I wonder whether "this; rope host of friends to mourn their grub for themselves or will hold my weight.' them to loss. He united with the Bapdo without. It would be mighty v ii ii ii lit mi "It's no fan swimming around t tist church at old Mtf. Olive, a$ Atlantic City in Louisville. r. recomforting to the farmer, the ' in here I'm going out Beyondrthe ft of 22 and remained true the its ocean view ana tailer, and the fellows who pay lifeline." gaeties and amusements. to that faith until his death. He the piper. . "Which one of these is the bore his sufferings patiently and The great expanse of the Armory wIH'be transformed into a "replica of the fashanyway?" third rail, seemed perfectly willing 'and Sudan Grass. ionable seaside city, with its endless ready to go. He made many variety of entertainment, its fashion "There 'sonly one way toman-ag- e Bhops and hotels', its beautiful beach and friends since coming here, who a mule. Walk right in back ocean view and its world famous board Sudan grass which can be showed him and family the planted in the late spring will of him and surprise him." walk with its fashion parade of beautiful women. greatest respect during his sickr "That fire cracker must'havd make an excellent pasture The style show feature of the exposition ness and death. After bis mar- Kentucky farms, according re- gone out. Pll light it agairi." , "will hold an especial attraction for womr riage he settled on the old. en. Twice dally the fairest of models commendations of the?Soils and n" Watch me skate out past the wiU promenade, the board walk, display farm, one mile west of Crops V Department of the Ken- 'Danger' sign, I bet I can touch Art V ing the newest spring raiment from Webbs X Roads, Ky., where he America's and Europe's greatest fashion " tucky State College of. Agricul-tur"""shopa, while varied entertainment fea- resided until Oct., 1919, when he J, tures and high class vaudeville will make "These jtraffic policeman think came to Buffalo Hart, III., ' and tfg the exposition equally attractive for men. Experiments conducted by the they own jtiie city. They can't The special feature program will be bought a farm in order to be changed daily. depar.tment.have shown that stop mq; Pin . going to tcroj3s the near' his children. He seemed this crop gives a heavy yield of perfectly happy here and had green grass at a time during July street now. Let the chauffers look out forjne." t never beenmck a day until he and. August when pastures are "What a funny noise that was confined for good. The fu- usually, short. Four or five acres snake makes. I think I'll step neral services were held at the on the small farm will make pas'? on him." home, Monday afternoon, con Yl ture for the family milk cows to c f ducted by Rev. Burgen of Spring gether with the pigs and also the "I've never "driven a'car in -s. i traffic before. But tney fay it's field. The Buffalo Hart choir work horses at night. According sng in a very fmpressive man- to the department, it i3 the quick- perfectly Bimple." mm mm " bm "I think II mix a littlnitric ner "Asleep in Jesus, What a est growing and most productive I I I I I I t I I Friend we have in Jesus, Beauti- of all annual crops that can be acid' with this chloride of potas L-I, I ("i I 1.1 I, I JZI LJ J ful Isle of Somewhere, There'll grown inKentucky. This holds sium and see what happens." yn ' be no dark Valley," after which true for all soil types in the Life. Auspichs Louisville Retail Merchants Association, the Masons, took charge and the State. ' Buy it Home, body' was laid to rest in the Con- n A circular .and further stant cemetery. JThe floral offeron the crop may be "In this age of advancement ings were many and beautiful. ri by writing the Soils and w.ell for one. to start someA very large crowd was "present CropsDepartment " of theState itia. . thing new.vv To begin with some to pay their last respects to one College of Agriculture, Lexingmove for the betterment of all they loved. ton, Ky. concerned if possible, and this is j just what we intend to do at this Happy Ridge. Satan and the System. A Destruction of your property by fire is remote, me. Suppose we start a new V. "' "Of r destruction by decay; and neglect is certain, f slogan and carry it out 'during The health of this community That there is' a terrible malig-na- the coming' year. Let our Blogan You are carrying fire insurance, which protects isVery good. no Powerabroad in youv against, possible loss, but does not prevent be 'Buy'ItAtHome.'" -, Miss Laura Grant and two one need doubt. The Satan of the v fire , j. "Local merchants know Opal and Joe Tom visited Bible is the Personality who Paint affords positive protection and ensures you j Mrs. Sallie Grant one .night last against decay and deterioration by the elements bethe Forces of Evilnd prices. They do not practice sides it increases the value of your property and adda unethical trade tricks. In them week. leads men into Rebellion against to its appearance. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Owen the will of God. He has his sub- you can place confidence. In and MrsJIatthew Aaron jects the world over and they are them you have direct personal vone day last week. his tools used to frustrate the recourse for all unsatisfactory purchases, should such case arise. Sam Hayes passed through plans of God. From the beginJf0JMrT r ' home merchant you can here.one day last week enroute ning he has directed his attacks On the 'MICShmmmSSMmh i depend lor help in public-ente-t against mankind. , ,foc Campbellsville. aiNceisg prises, church1, civic arid charita-- ; The career of. Satan and the .ii.5. .and Mrs. Ed La whom j pMr. For every surface that needs to be painted, varnishea i v . ble movements.' - 3rz r,. . 3 r. 1 jf i- - x. IMS Saturday night 'and methods he uses should be known una a t ee oee jfaint or. tti ifA? "t01"0 Wv rinisn tnac tca Ar 3yillgive you lasting satisfaction at lowest cost. Half a "If you buy out of y town and i 'S3$g-. ..Sunday with. Mrl and Mrs. Mar-- .; by Christian people. Satan is o-- . ..Mi-uiui reputation lur nignest quarrcy is oenxna. uie of town, and all our. o-bs a."v ., - r. the Gddpf tfyis World and we we bux-ou- t Pee Gee Trademark. cu Antle. i', ": neighbors buy out of town, what, .A fc Ask us for FREE Paint Book "Hemes and Hew to. Paint TAnal Mrsr Dealie Aaron visited Mrs. must fight him to the last ditch. will become- - of bur 'town? Give for Color Cards.jorrite direct to ' iVerna Hayes one day last week. i'iSa this question your careful con-- Peaslee-Gaulbert When Peace Comes. Co., iacorpermd. Louisville, Ky. Misses Jewel and 'Edna Antle sideration; What concerns the visited Miss Ruth Grant one day town as a whole concerns each Is, universal peace to come out '- last week. comgreat war? It ia not.. individual,, since the t;own is t Columbia, Kentucky. looks now like we might of the . .. It tofading posed, of individuals working Even as a dream it is - have a nice lot of fruit this year gether for the common good of x away. sssssanssa fca Mr. Frost and Mr. Freeze fails if all V to visit us bOut Easter. Governmeutel greed in Europe "Wise is the manor-wom- an Miss Sallie Grant spent last is the rock upon which it was who spends money where he has International hatred ." Saturday night with her daugh- - wrecked. an opportunity to get it back or - ter.Mrs. Pearl Antle. and distrust will keep it submergto reap direct benefits from it in Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Aaron ed. the future. Poolish is. the permade a bcsiness trip to Russell On ' Urn ' smrfflrp rHnlnmsfv son who is penny-wis- e and buys county oneday last week. maintains a fiction ot unity, but a Japan is unyielding on the Yap There are 401 Republicans and you will make no mistake by from the out-of- Zion underneath the firee of imperial- town mail, Th Sunday School at Mt. 132 Democrats in the next Houm ordtrmanthe direcfc adopting, and then living up to mandate., , enemy it, a reeolution to 'Buy It At -.is pVogrewing nicely. :.s istic paseion are raging 'unceck-edof home industry. , ' JohnMeeM, 'of Bloomington, The citizens. of Louisville h and Mrs.' . ;ijjI-SillfGrant "If- - you jrould better Vyoor Ind hai j"j far th iiffh organized to fight .race, bora - The Buprtt Court sustained Sunday e. Viari Antle ivpsok last Dreams 'come and dream o, community dmTngtb, year 1921 cn gamblmgi Mr. and -- ICQTY . t - v-it- h iwmL LWHSvfLLG 4.T I syiwsn t i rrtf 1 tAVW I A. 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