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She was a daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Bop Cheatham and was about 75 years old. She was a very fine lady, one who had many frlends,all of whom will be sorry 'to learn of h$r demise. The funeral and' burial will be at Union this (Tuesday) afternoon. widow of NUM1EI 24 AMasonic . Picnic. , Baptist ef Adair County. Columbia and the other Baptist Churches of Adair county have pledged themselves to pay thousand of "dollars, into the 75 Million Campaign. Together with all the Baptist of the South we must make'our word good because: good in 1. The Campaign possible a distinct that it has made advance in all our organized general work. 2. The Foreign MissionBoard has been enabled, as a result of the Campaign, to send out 104 new missionaries to date, enlarge its work and rein force its workem very materially on all the old fields, and enter five new provinces in China, as well as the new countries of Spain, Hungary, Bouman'ia, Southern Russia, Siberia, Palestine and Syria. 3. In the homeland the Campaign has enabled the Home Mission Board to complete its million dollar church building Ioanfund, and assist over 1,000 churches with gifts or loans; complete the tuberculosis sanatorium at El Paso; secure the beat location in Havana for its college; and erect a dozen chapels on the island of Cuba; enlarge all the work among the peoples of foreign birth throughout the South: increase the number of its evangelistic and enlistment workers; and enlarge and more adequately equip the more than 6,000 pupils. has-made Meeting Closes. The meeting which was in progress at the Christian church for two weeks, closed last Thursday night,. .E!d Crawford, who did the preaching proved to be a very entertaining d speaker, the church being at each gathering during the series. Miss Fillmore, who led the song serwell-fille- Consolidated. The S. H. Grinstead Company and Since our article, published two weeks ago, suggesting that the Masons of the county of Adair come to gather on St. John's Day, the 24th of " June, it has developed that Tampico IxxJg e had already voted to hold a picnic at Cane Valley on that day. This i&lgehas already invited TJ rand Secretary Dave Jackson to meet with and deliver an address, aad he has answered that he accepted the invitation and would be present. Fast Grand Master James Garnett will also be. invited, and doubtless he will accept. Invitations will also be sent to other prominent Masons. In talking to Post Mas ter Bingham Moore, last Wednesday, we learned that Tampico Lodge was nthu$lasticand would do every in its power to make the day one olgreat "S TheLE. MoKinley Company have consolidated their Produce Business to take effect April the 1st, The business will be conducted by members of both concerns under the'name.of The S. H. Grinstead Company with capital stock of 8160,000. The consolidation of the egg and vice, made many friends in Columbia, her singing being highly appreciated. poultry business will be to the advan During the progress of the meeting 33 tage of the farmers and merchants of Mr. C. B. Rine, of Russell Springs, -the Counties covered by this Company. was united with the Church twenty-fou-r here last Wednesday. t Some The expense of running the egg and by baptism, and the members were months ago he sold his property at the ;; poultry business is very heavy, espec-greatly revived. Springs and atr this time he is erecting tally when conducted by two separate a ne residence. He stated that busiNotice. Firms The reduction of expenses of ness was fairly good In his town, some I will begin delivering ice over town one concern will enable the Company trading in real estate. C. M. Herri- pay better average prices than soon, and will do my part to give the to ford sold his residence .to W. O.. public good service. Anyone expect- when maintaining the expenses of Shelby, consideration, $2,300. ing to get ice regularly will need a re- two Firms. enjoyment frigerator. See the one at Nell & The liquidation in all products has My fine short horn bull will serve Valley band will go into The Cane Cheatham's Store and ask me for at last aflectid the price of eggs, at $1 00. Fee must be paid at the practice and wil) furnish the music. prices They are very reasonable. though, we think it about over. The gate liquidation, we think, will be in Tampico Lodge wants the Masons Fount Pendleton, 25 cents worth of ice in a refrigerator next poultry, which, as yet, has not had its one mile from Miami. of the county, to be with them on'that will last longer than $1 00. worth will .day and .as many as possible should without one. Will only deliver,, two decline. Some of the most noted preachers of avail themselves of the opportunity. streets each day, or over the whole' Howefer we will show farmers, hux- the Presbyterian Church will be in 1924. storekeepers that this consol- town every morning. Those wantiri Public Sate. Columbia the latter part of this week-- , Infant Baptism. idatioufwill be to their interest in ice regularly please see me at once. . and on Friday night Transylvania N maiketing their eggs and poultry the The nousehold goods, Garden-tool- s, W. E. Harris. Preabjtery will open. A program is year round.. The Methodist church was crowded &C, belonging to the estate of J. M. published elsewhere in this paper, Birthday Celebrated. last Sunday night, Rev. R. V. BeRussell will be sold at his late home, The business here will be under the disgiving the order in which-th- e management of Mr. B. E. Wilson and Saturday April 9th at 9:30 a. m. nnett having announced at his fornoon course will come. On Sunday forenoon discourse 'that his subject for the J. O. Russell Exor. anniversary of Mr. Millard Young. The seventy-fourt- h Dr. Gan field will preach. would be ''Infant Baptism." S. H. GRINSTEAD CO., INC. night Bev. J. T. Lloyd was celebrated at Rev J. L Adkins, who has been Many representatives of the ChristPer S. H. Grinstead, Pres. his home, near;the Fair Grounds, last A torpid liver needs an overhauling ' the ..pastor of the Perry ville Baptist L.E., Mckinley coa ian Church and Baptist Ohurch were Friday. A sumptuous dinner was with Heroine. Its benefits are imChurch, for a number of years, has ac4. Coming nearer home, in the present. We can not quote the ScripTerjL E. McKinley. spread, highly enjoyed by all present. mediately apparent. Energy takes cepted a call from the First Baptist tures referred to, but it was a strong field of state missions, the larger re Mi. Lloyd has been an exemplary, citt the place of laziness, appetite returns, Church, Smith's Grove, Ky., and has presentation of the subject, running turns from the Campaign have made izen from his youth up. He was born I am agent for the Parisian Em andthe hour of rest brings with it taken charge. He is a very popular broidery needle. The workils-wondback to 161 B. C. up! to the present. possible an enlarged and far reaching and reared in Cumberland county, resound, refreshing sleep. Price, 90s. ful. Any child can use the needle. minister. His argument affirming his position State Mission Program. ceived part of his education in Colum? Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. wild over the work, was presented in a most gentlemanly 5 As a., result of the Campaign, bia, and has been a permanent citizen Girls are going Records -- Have Arrived. Mr. J. W. Young and Mr. Mont manner, not a word of censure against more than $3,500,000 has gone to date of this county for several years. .He making pillow tops, rugs, embroider.denominations who take Issue with to our educational instituions- - from Has no"charge at this time but he is a ing waists,, dresses 'etc. Price 31.00 Manpin went to Louisville last week 'Come this week to make your sehim, and his discourse was appreciate which we obtain our preachers, mis member of the Presbyterian Church. post paid. For further information, and purchased a complete outfit for-lection of double disc talking machine, first-clas-s . barker shop. The chairs Mrs. T.I. Smith, Sr. address ed by ail who heard him, as it abound-e- d sionaiies and otner Christian workers records. Do not let this opportunity 22-Cane Valley, Ky.. are white and all the other flxturers get by you. in information given most cour- This money has been employed in' For Sale or Rent. teously. Bev. Bennett was reared in making permanent improvements lithe latest improved. The, outfit that T. G. Rasner & Son. Good 8 room house, two halls, Mr. Bufus Price delivered three they are now using belongs to' Mr. a Baytist home, his grandfather, quidating indebtedness and providing veranda and porch, good outbuildings, thousand pounds, of Burley to the Norman' Christie. The following marriage licensee lather and mother being members of partial endowmnenU . . two acre'lot, .located on Campbellsyajle Campbellsville Loose Leaf House last were recently issued by County Clerk that church. When he decided to 6. Approximately 81,500,000 has al street,.below Columbia cemetery,, ,Caa Friday. Tobacco is5 selling" "low, and Prize Awarded. Neat. Garlin Bragg to Pauline Wilson; preach he searched the. Scriptures, and ready come from the CampalgnixrtKe J give possession at once. Phone I81-Jeff Jesse to Pearl Tabor; Jas. Gir it the growers .wouIc( hold tiieir crops concluded to take t his. stand as a 14 Baptist hospitals already in operaW. H.J6nes.. - .until next yeat.theywould make by ;muMrs. Geo,. E. Wilson;r,who is. the Gadberry to Eva Campbell. Methodist. tion and as an aid to vthe 'establish23-- tf Columbia, Ky. it.KJ There will less tobacco Spiiella. Corset Cbmpanys'ia trained ment of 10 additional hotpltalsVThe Bargains In Low Cut Shoes. A Surprise. iCUV . set this year than vJast year, and if corgetiere for this terrltry, wonaivery j. Campaign has also brought' 82,000,-00- 0 ' Program; ait thelfatmers withhold this past year's valuable prize for services rendered in additional resources' to our'nos- We have justrecelved 200 pairs of, yean IV wpujd, sure during' the 'month of Marchw . . Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cofer received The af alio w ipgu Js tffSa program- for crop until next pitals f rom sources outside the 'Camshoes at men's and women's low-c- ut a letter from their son, Eugene, in paign. ilOiciW Xiv'i", J.w ,no Presbytery which will open at the bring gooa money j rery interesting prices. Come and . Nntifp tn Mprfhanr. Bloom ington, 111., stating that their Presbyierlan church next Friday tii 4 Qlr Vfiyjs.ig 7, Our 17iaptotiphan'ages,,i&in.; get'your pair now. ' w$ 1$ Our Cuslomersr SBB,J3ogene Cofer had been married - .; - - fV'" veenlngr .f.. ..? h - ' XT. G. Rasner & 3on.l 5,000 orphan children, have istering to to Miss Emma May Jones in' Daven-por- t, have any of; my, cases, please VFriday7:dO 'ESv. Charles B Welsh 0 received considerably more than " Iowa, on January 19th, 1921. '' The accounts' of Nell & Cheatham senditlie empties in, as I am trying to. EhelpsBros. will ship, this week,, jz& v 000 from the Campaign to date. l D. JBoQtftVIUV 'Sbe ceremony was performed by Bev. rpHnaA4neMf-rtfr'.1nnare)iho w' iriytbe; hands of Mr W. A. get them all painted and. repaired be- car load of hogs and cattle tot the. Saturday 7:30 Bey.SF. J.v'dheek, D. Vifltra (unn anaVtTaf? CharIesB,. Neel, pastor Jof the First ' Coffey- - and Mr.1 G. H. Nell for collec- fore the busy season. "' .,-Louisville market. They paid from 9 wr s to make much needed improvements JX Danviller " Christian Church. Mrs Cofer is a' ;W. E. Harris. to settle in to 10 cents for the hogs and from 5 to Sunday il, Bev. Rev. H. AiGah'fieldi tion. Those that fail, of $350,000 during the first very highly esteemed young women. to the value be the month of April, suit-w- ill 8 cents for the cattle". year of the Campaign. D. D Danville,- Mr. E W. Reed, this place, was Mr. Cofer has been the electrician at brought, as, the business must be the county farm for the past six years. 9." We will pay our pledges because, Sunday 3 Bev. M., M. Allen, D. D. closed. Settlement' can "be made at made a Knights Templar in Marie n The fruit trees in this section bloomwe want to keep faith with the more . Commandry last Monday night week. ed one month earlier this year than Union, 3. Bev. H.'G HudsonjLan-caster- the store or Mr. Coff ey s oftlce. The marriage comes as surprise to r than 3,000 missionaries and other speHe went through with a class of nine. last year, and as.a result it was most ' their friends, as this is -- the first an24 2t He is delighted with the work; nouncement made of the event. Mr.. cial workers of our Home, , Foreign 7.30 Rev. J. O. A. McDowell, D. D.. generally killed last Monday night and State Mission Boards who' have ' The pubiic cordially invited' The Supervisors have completed-theiCofer was a soldier Jn the World War I have 60 acres of good pasture with week. gone out as our representatives to tell being fn session work, after and has many friends in Kentucky plenty of water. See me if you want 4 spools Clark's ONT spool cotton che story of Jesus and His love to lost in Barnyard about three weeks- - A great many, Seethe Turtle-ba-ck who wish he and bis bride a long and good pasture. " men and women everywhere. for 25 cents at more . braid. Also the Barnyard sailors with farmers were raised and there is happy life. 23-Barney Rasner. f Bussell & Co. pledges for this year are due silk crowns. You will be both surpris- or less kicking. It Jssaid that one The Returned Home. was rais farmer, Mr. Curt Yarberry, Columbia- Lodge, No. 96 F. and A. this month. So let all the churches' ed Coy Holmes and Miss Bettie Bryant and delighted with my styles and $700 above the amount he paid for M., will confer the ' Master Masons make a real effort to come up. Make ed were married In the White Oak counMr J. W. Burdrldge, who accom- Jt an Individual "matter. Pay your prices. Other land owners were degree on two this (Tuesday) night. try last Wednesday night. Bev. J. Julia Eubank. . raised entirely too much,; according to All members and visitors in In good panied his son, Walter, to Idaho more money fn'now. j B Burton was the officiating clergythe judgment of outsiders. standing are invited. Leslie J. B. Smith, than a month ago, the latter being In man. Mr. Ad Richards, who lives a few delicate health, returned home aJew Pastor Columbia Baptist Church, miles out of town, met with a very LOS3?, between Columbia andRus-sel- l Mr. A. T. Lowe caught two For Sale. days ago. Mr. Burdrldge, in talking serious accident last Tuesday morning Springs or in Columbia a leather Wednesday; very fine bass last to. the News, stated that when they From a Pistol Shot Wound. I about 11 o'clock. He was prJzing'OUA jooketbook, containing two 310 bills reached Idaho they found the climate Single combs Brown--, leghorn eggs with hook and line. The two weighed log when his handspike slipped.throw-in- g and about three dollars in change, four and a half pounds. son, and they left,' and too cold for his 60c. setting 15J Lansy McAllister, a boy fifteen years him down, breaking his right leg two notes and some other .papers. in coming this way they . stopped at old who Jived wTth his parents at Mrs. E. B. Willis,. Cottage for rent. below the knee Drs. Russell and Will pay a reward. i seemBopard, Mo., where the climate Joppa, Ky. 22 3t MllltowDj died last Wednesday night Dr. W. F. Cartwright. 23 2t . J. S. Bottom, ed to agree ,with Walter, and on the from a wound in his thigh accidental- Hindman were called, who reduced Mrs H. N. Miller entertained her Russell Springs, Ky. advice of physicians, he left him there ly made by theflrlng of a pistol. He the fracture, leaving the patient rest-The Fiscal Court of Adair county is --. 3 sister-in-laMrs. N, B. Miller, of now in session. The ing easy. er of the doctors telling htm that in had the pistol in his pocket and Armour & Co , .have just opened' a Buffalo, New York, and her mother-in-la- claims will be allowed during the would regain his their opinion', he snapped It. The ball enHave You a Car? poultry house :in Columbia. The Mis. Lou F. Miller, last Saturhealth. When his father leftBogard tered his thigh, blood posion set up Is on "a back street, day. A delightful dinner was.served. place of business the patient was in "fine spirits, and which resulted In his death, as above We do expert starter, generator, near Bussell & Co.'s store. They Dr. H. W. Depp wJll be absent from will remain their for some time. stated. The remains were burled Mbtor Battery repairing and recharg- want your eggs and poultry and will Miss Bettie and Mamie Smith have his office from the 5th until the lOtb. Thursday. welding pay the highest market price.- - This removed to the residence, on Burkes- - of this month. He will be at Jame-sing, Rebprlng, For tale. and Brazing, anything you car needs house will be managed by J. P Hutch- ville street,, formerly occupied by Mr. (town. Will be delighted to shew ye y done. Agents for the Famous Gener- ison and J. R. Wilson, Vnd they 'lire and Mrs. J. H Goff. A. car load of fertilizer at NoVs It is only about six weeks until line of beautiful Patterns from New al Electrio 'Titan" Storage battery now receiving. Give them a call. warehouse. A lot otgood hay at my tljis place will close. It has HaveYtuan Aatentbile? Yerk, designed by Me Meae and guaranteed 18 months battrta Columbia. been a geod school year. Fer Sale; G. W.Dillon, MaeDe Paiie. Nave the Harding All work, guaranteed, prices right. Ifsoit'will need repairing some S. V. Sardettesold Dr. T. F. ClevsptfTfcat and the Raiifctw. Alst the Bring your oar to the. Page garage-tJ- day." '"Bring it to Myers f Flowers' er, at Lebanou, laJjt. Friday, a goel have yoerwirk done. ? A" .piwebred Polan China toar. trMHIK cHse job. Garage for Urst-clasrMJ Mr. W. T. MeFarlasi is repaiattaftj live yearetd Cheenuc gelding, fei iWaight.aQ0 vovmte. 38 tf CeedJMaa'g reakkoee. MltMmk. .Myeis & Jic . T. DhMj. -- . -- ;-"- Jugo-SIavi- a, -- v STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIBCULA-TIOETC. REQUIRED BY THE ACT OFAUGUST 24, 1912, of Adair County News, published weekly at Cojumbia, Ky., for Apr., 1, 1921. 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, and business manager are: NA3TE OF T. 0. ADDEES3 Publisher, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Columbia, Ky. Editor, J. E. Murrell, Columbia, Ky. Managing Editor, Mrs Daisy Hamlett, Business Manager, Mrs.Daisy Hamlett, Columbia, Ky... Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Owner., Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, owning 1; per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities (If there are none, so state.) None. Mrs. Daisy Hamlett. Subscribed to and sworn before me this 26th day of Mch., 1921 seal: Jo Knifley. Notary Public Adair County, Ky My commission expires Feb. 19th.,. N, . ad J -- er . a 3t -- E. Si. ,; 'J--- -- be-muc- h : V - -- ,iv 31,-00- iv &. '' - - TZr-- - -- -- Itoa r " . ; . r - . 2t 23-t- his-far- -- usual-numb- w, . - ' Oxy-Acetyle- ne o -- "'".'. s " K j$ 1 J- - -.- $ -- 2 pair, for her joy In tfie coafllct was to lie In the task aC putting the 'pieces together afterward! It was rather a relief, therefore, when the Imperturbable James handed her-note; breakfast "Shirley Dear: "After leaving you last night, I decided that 'in your present frame of mind my absence for a few days might tend to a calmer and clearer perception, on your part, of the necessary tactics which In a moment of desperation, I saw fit, with regret, to pursue last night And in the hope that you will have attained your old attitude toward me before my return, I am leaving in the motor for San Francisco. Your terrible accusation has greved me to such an extent that I do not feel equal to the task of confronting you until, in a more judicial frame of mind, you can truly absolve me of the charge of wishing to do away with young Cardigan. "Your affectionate JTJNCLE SETH." Shirley's lip curled. With a rarer, keener intuition than she had hitherto manifested, she sensed the hypocrisy between the lines; she was not deat APAIKGOUNTYIEWS 1 couldn't do that- - Bryce. He has you. whipped and he is not merciful to the fallen. You'll have unconditionally." Again she Jald her little hand timidly on his wounded forearm. "Please ive np, A ftirilllTIUfTrTTTTTTgTTrTjC - The of the VALLEY GIANTS Br PETER 4 Oopyrlgkt X7 Peter B. Bryce f or my sake." "I suppose Til have to," he murmured sadly. "I dare say you're right, though one should never admit defeat until he is counted out I suppose," he continued bitterly, "your uncle is in high feather this morning." JJI don't know, Bryce. He left in his motor for San Francisco about one o'clock B. SYNE AHtho? of "Cappy Riclu" 1 Kme M SYNOPSIS. forty-seve- n. CHAPTER In the California redwood region, John Cardigan, at Is the leading ltlzen of Sequoia, ceived. wner of mills, ships, and many acres of "He has gone to San Francisco for timber, a widower after three .years of I parried life," ana father of fcinore ammunition," she soliloquized. 3ryce Cardigan. "Very well, nkle-dunkl While, n.-- At you're away, I shall manufacture a CHAPTER fourteen Bryce makes the acquaintance of Shirley Sumner, a myself." to Sequoia, by a few few bombs ysars. Together and his Junior Valley of they visit the .After breakfast she left the house the Giants, sacred to John Cardigan and and walked to the intersection of B Ills son as the burial place of Sryce's another, and part with mutual regret. with Water street. Jules Rondeau and his crew of lumberjacks were there, CHAPTER IH. While Bryce is college John Cardigan meets with at heavy and with two policemen guarded the business losses and for the first time views crossing. the future with uncertainty. Shirley looked from the woods bully CHAPTER IVAfter graduation from to the locomotive and back to Roncollege, and a trip abroad, Bryce Cardigan comes home. On the train he meets deau. Shirley Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to "Rondeau," she said, "Mr. Cardigan make her home there with her uncle. Col. Pennington. Bryce learns that his Is a bad man to fight. You fought him father's eyesight has failed and that Col. once. Are you going to do it again?" " v, Pennington Is seeking to take advantage of , He nodded. -vj the old man's business misfortunes. By whose orders?" " CHAPTER V.- -ln the Valley of the "Mr. Sexton, she tell me to do it." Giants young Cardigan finds a tree felled directly across his mother's grave. Indi"Well, Rondeau, some day I'll be cations are that it was cut down to secure boss of La'guna Grande and there'll be the burl, and evidence seems to show that Pennington and his woods-bosJules no more fighting," she replied, and .Rondeau, are implicated in the outrage. passed on down B to two-day-o- ld -- -u- vis-Alt- or -- s, J CHAPTER with CoL and his niece, Bryce finds the room paneled iwith redwood burl, confirming his suspicions of Pennington's guilt. In a diplomatic way, unperceived by Shirley, the two men declare war. CHAPTER VIL Pennington refuses to renew his logging contract with the Cardigans, believing his action means bankruptcy for the latter. Bryce forces Rondeau to confess he felled the tree in the Valley of the Giants, at Pennington's order. After punishing the man Bryce hurls him at CoL Pennington, who, with Shirley, had witnessed the fight. Pennington is humiliated, and the girl. Indignant, orders Bryce to leave her and forget their friendship. He leaves, but refuses to accept dismissal. CHAPTER VIII. Returning to Sequoia, the train on which Shirley, her uncle, and Bryce are traveling, breaks away from the locomotive, and Bryce, who could have escaped, at the risk of his life cuts out 'the caboose and savesthem from certain death, being painfully Injured in doing so. VL-Dl- nlng BC-M- oIra chlla-hoo- Pen--jilngt- on - McTavish, d CHAPTER friend of Bryce and employed in his office, makes Shirley's acquaintance and the two become friends. Needing money badly, John Cardigan offers to sell Pennington the Valley of the Giants, but the Colonel, confident the property must soon be his through the bankruptcy of his enemies, contemptuously refuses. to her uncle. Shirley buys the Valley and the Cardigans have a new lease of business life. They Interest capital and decide on a scheme to parallel JPennlngton's logging railroad. CHAPTER X. Buchanan Ogllvy, railroad contractor and Bryce's College friend. Is decided on by the Cardigans as the man to figure as the builder of the proposed railroad. Bryce goes to San Francisco to meet him. CHAPTER XL Ogllvy ostentatiously begins work of surveying for the line, which is announced as a proposed through route. Pennington, vaguely alarmed, decides to block operations by making it Impossible to secure a franchise for the line through Sequoia. In this he plans to enlist the aid of the mayor, Poundstone. CHAPTER XII: "Buck" Ogilvy, as builder of the projected Northern Call- fornia & Oregon railroad, meets Molra McTavish and is much impressed. Bryce .and his father make plans .for securing a franchise for the line from the city Un-Jcno- council. - CHAPTER XIII. Ogilvy, in a business interview, favorably impresses the Mayor, and later engages that official's son as attorney for the new road. Through him they obtain the temporary franchise. "Pennington, finally convinced that the Cardigan interests are behind the scheme, gets to work to balk them. CHAPTER XIV. Pennington refuses Bryce the use of a locomotive and trucks to move equipment 'for laying a switch, and Bryce and Ogilvy plan to steal both and during the night put in a 'crossing cutting Pennington's tracks In the city. Pennington bribes Mayor Poundstone to Ignore the temporary franchise granted and to refuse a permanent one. That night Pennington hears the Cardigan tracklaylng crew at work and hurries to the spot. CHAPTER XV. Bryce and Ogilvy disregard Pennington's frenzied remonstrances and continue work, but the Colonel gets word to the Mayor and also employs a desperado to shoot Bryce. Bryce is wound- ed. Work on the track is stopped by the chief of police. Shirley accuses her uncle ot conniving at the murder of Bryce, and the! Colonel leaves for San Francisco to safeguard his interests through further legal proceedings. - CHAPTER XVI. Quite oblivious of her uncle's departure for San Francisco, Shirley lax awake throughout the remainder of the night, turning over and over In her mind tlie various aspects of the Cardl-- ' Imbroglio. Of one thing, she was. quite certain; peace must be declared at all hazards. She Realized that she had permitted mat-- ters to go too far. A revulsion xf feeling toward her uncle, induce,d by the memory of Bryce Cardigan's blood on her white linger tips, convinced the rlthat, at all hazards to her finana -- the office Lumber company. Molra McTavish looked up . as she entered. "Where Isvhe, dear?" Shirley asked. "I must see him." "In that oflice, Miss Shirley," Moira replied, and pointed, to the door. Shirley stepped to the door, knocked, and then entered. Bryce Cardigan, seated you." at his desk, looked up as she. came in. "Come around at ten tomorrow His left arm was in a sling, and he morning and watch me put he looked harassed and dejected. crossing watch me give Rondeau and 'Don't get up, Bryce," she said as he his gang the run." He reached over attempted to rise. "I know you're quite suddenly, lifted her hand, and kissed exhausted. You look it" She sat It "How I love you, dear down. "I'm so sorry," she said softly. I" he murmured. His dull glance brightened. "It "If you loved me, you wouldn't opdoesn't amount to that, Shirley." And pose me," she protested softly. "I tell he snapped, his fingers. "It. throbs a you again, Bryce, you make it very little and it's stiff and sore, so I carry hard for me to be friendly with you." It In the sling. That helps a little "I don't want to be friendly with What did you want to see me about?" you. You're driving me crazy, Shir"I wanted to tell you," said Shirley, ley. Please run along home, or wher"that that last night's affair was not ever you're bound I've tried to underof my making." He smiled compassionately, "I I couldriTbear to have stand your peculiar code, but yotrre so let me go my waj you think I'd break my word and tell too deep for-mto the devil. George Sea Otter is out him." "It never occurred to me that you side asleep In the tonneau of the car. had dealt me a hand from the bottom Tell him to drive you wherever you're of the deck, Shirley. Please don't going. 1 suppose you're afoot today worry about It. Your uncle has had for I noticed the mayor riding to his two'prlvale detectives watching Ogllvy office In your sedan this morning." She tried to look outraged, but foi and me." "OnY' she breathed, much relieved. --the life of her she could not take of A ghost of the old " bantering smfle fense at his bluntuess ; neither did slit lighted her winsome features. "Well," resent a look which she detected In then," she challenged, "I suppose you his eyes, even though It told her he was laughing at her. 'y don't hate .me." "On the contrary, "OIv very well." she replied with you," he answered. "However, since" you must whaj dignity she. could muster. "Have have known this for some time past, I lt your own way. I've tried to warn offer of tin suppose It Is superfluous to mention you. Thsftik you it Moreover, I haven't "the right car. I shall be glad to use It. Uheh Seth sold my car to Mayor Pound yefstone last night. Mrs. P admired She had cast her eyes down modestly. She raised them now and looked It sp!" "Ah I Then It was that rascally Poundstone who toliTyour uncle about the temporary franchise, thus arouslnu his suspicions to such an extent thai when he heard his locomotive rum bllng Into town, he smelled a rat and hurried 'down to the crossing?" "Possibly. The 'Poundstones dined at our house last night" "Pretty hard on you, I should say. But then I suppose you have to play JVell, the game with Uncle Seth. good morning, Shirley. Sorry to hurry you away, but you must remember we're on a strictly business basis yet;, and you mustn't waste my time." "You're horrid, Bryce Cardigan." "You're adorable. Good morning." "You'll be sorry for this," she warned him. "Good .morning.'' She passed out into the general office, visited with Moira about five "minutes. uuuTdrove away inthe Napier. Bryce watched her through the window. She knew he was watching her, but nevertheless she could not forbear turning round to verify her suspicions. When she did, he waved. his sound arm at her, and she flushed with vexation. "God bless her I" he murmured. ally all along, and I ""She's been-m- y never suspected It! I wonder what of the Cardigan Redwood in-tlittle-antagonist e; street little smile crept around the corners of his mouth, and his eyes lighted with mirth. "Glorious news, my dear Shirley, perfectly glorious I So the old fox has gone to San Francisco, eh? Left In a hurry and via the overland route I Couldn'.t wait for the regular passenger-sttomorrow, eamer Great eh? jumping Jehoshaphat! He must have had important business to attend to." And Bryce commenced to chuckle. "Oh, the poor old Colonel," he continued presently, "the dear old pirate i What a""horrible right" swing he's running into! And you want me to acknowledge defeat l My dear girl, In the language of the classic, there is nothing doing. I shall put in my crossing Sunday morning, and if "you, don't believe it drop around and see mejln action." "You mustn't try," protested Shirley. "Rondeau is there with hlscrew and he has orders to stop you. Besides, you can't expect help from the police. Uncle Seth has made a deal with the mayor. I came prepared to suggest a compromise, Bryce," she declared, but he Interrupted her with a wave of his hand. "That for the police and that venal Mayor Poundstone 1" Bryce retorted, with another snap of his fingers. "I'll rid the city of them at the fall elec' tion." "You can't afford a compromise. You've been telling me I shall never build the N. C. O. because you will not permit me to. You're powerless, I tell you. I shall build It" "You shan't I" she fired back at him, and a spot of anger glowed in each cheek. "You're the most stubborn and belligerent man I have ever Sometimes I almost hate known. --- this morning." For an instant Bryce Cardigan stared at her; then a slow, mocking stone," he greeted the chief executive of Sequoia. "Oh, hello, Bryce, my boy," Poundstone boomed affably. "How's tricks?" "So-so- ! I hear you've bought .that sedan from Col. Pennington's- - niece-- . Wish I'd known It was for sale. I'd have outbid you. Want to make a profit on your bargain?" "No, not this morning, Bryce. I think .we'll keep It Mrs. P has been wanting a closed car for a long time, and when the Colonel offered me this one at a bargain, I snapped it up." "And you don't care to get rid of It at a profit?" Bryce repeated. "No, siree!" "Oh, you're mistaken, Mr. Mayor. I think you do. I would suggest that you take that car back to Pennington's garage and leave" it there. That would be the most profitable thing -- you could o." "What what what In blue blazes are you driving at?"Jthe mayor sputtered. "I wouldn't care to discuss it over the telephone. I take It however, that a hint to the wise is sufficient; and I warn you, mayor, that If you keep that car it will bring you bad luckr Today is Friday, and Friday is an unlucky day.. I'd get rid of that sedan before noon if I were you." There was a long, fateful silence. Then in a singular small, quavering voice: "You think it best, Cardigan?" "I do. Return it to No. 38 Redwood boulevard, and no questions will be askecL Gpqd-by!'- " Where One Gallon Equals 1wo Quality pacity and Green Seal of so-call- r,mj ihh"n . ) length of wear, one gallon of Hanna's Paint proves itself equal to two gallons "cheap" paint. And there's a reason : viz., no paint can be better than the ingredients that go into it. ed does tell! Measured by covering ca- When Shirley reached home at noon, she found her car parked In front of the porte cochere; and a brief note, left with the butler, InforaedteMhat after thinking the matter overT Mrs. Poundstone had decided the Pound-'ston- e family could not afford such an extravagance, and accordingly the car was returned with many thanks for the opportunity to purchase It at such a ridiculously low figure. Shirley smiled, and put the car up in the garage. When she returned to the house her maid Thelma Informed' her that Mr. Bryce Cardigan had been calling her on the telephone. So she called Bryce up at once. "Has Poundstone returned your car?" he queried. "Why, yes, What makes you ask?" "Oh, I had a suspicion he might You see, I called him up and suggested it; somehow his honor is peculiarly susceptible to suggestions from me, of Green Seal. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT contains only highest grade ingredients, universally recognized as necessary in making good paint. 11 a paint is sold at a ridiculously low price it simply means that it is lacking in these necessary ingredients and contains cheap adulterants. The exact formula is printed on every package Sold by 4 1 1 b DAVIS HARDWARE CO. First: It is sold at a moderate price. You save when you buy it. Second: It bxs more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. Third: There are no failuresit always makes the sweetest, most palatable of t foods. and" "Bryce Cardigan," she declared, "you're a sly rascal-that- 's what you are. I shan't tell you another thing." "I hope you had a stenographer at the dictograph when the mayor and your uncle cooked up their little deal. That was thoughtful of you, Shirley. It was a bully club to have up your sleeve at the final showdown, for with It you can make Unkiedunk behave himself and force that compromise you spoke of. Seriously, however, I don't want you to use It, Shirley. We must avoid a scandal by all means; and praise be, I don't need your club to beat your uncle's, brains out Vm taking his club away from him to use Fourth: It is used by millions of housewives1 leading domestic science teachers and cooking experts. f !;! & ,. h'ifem Ah&g . ..ir iii - iii!Sj 'm Y lit lillltl .'i' : - ..K: imi h;i V351 vwv 'iPiiis": . v?n5? Riivrr.'wrasaifrs? zi&?vr av v vnij vscaltt vivtVX r -- w W t A V .4" .S . MMR?or - rr:"ri"' w. ;M i "i "r I for that purpose." Rfiajly, I believe you're happy today." "Happy? I should tell a man! If the streets of Sequoia were paved with' eggs, I could walk them all day without, makingan omelette." "It must be nice to feel so happy, after so many months of the blues." "Indeed it is, "Shirley. You see until very recently .1 was very much worried as to your attitude toward me. I couldn't believe ryou'd so far forget yourself as to Iqve me In spite of everything so I never took the trouble to ask you.. And now I don't have to ask you. I know ! And PU be around to see you after I get that crossing in I" "You're perfectly horrid," she blazed, and hung up without the for-- , mality of saying good-by. Ks Fifti 1 a u V T Awi .3f 5SSS5B -- 1 J SSrVH ..TM'iM tr? . - fSSSSSSSSS-SS- S aTalViJ bm 33 Jt t if given highest awcrds at World's PureFoodEsDCtion,Chicago:Peri3 Exposition, Pcr-c- , France. ingredients as have been oScially approved by the United States Food Authorities. Powder it is tne oest ijaiang Powder that ccn bo produced. Vas a M Sixth: It contains only such Calumet Nut Coolda Recipe J cup butt, r, flour, 1 level teaspoon Calumet Baking Pcwd2r, 3$ cup chopped nuts, 1 teaspoon eggs, V2 cap "ru- eV2 " ve for-yo- ur Goes into the Kitchen Today." Mix plain flour with pure baking powder instead of using uncertain mixtures. Then you will know your bakings are pure and wholesome. flour cannot be adulterated. at the moct economical cost "The Eifcgcst Bargain That The finest quality Baking tp' Then mix jn the regular way. lemon juice. - Plain W Lii a white carnation in his lapel, and he was apparently the most d young man in Humboldt county. He struck an attitude and demanded: "Boss, what do you think of my new suit?" "You lunatic! Don't you know red blonds should never wear light shades? You're dressed like a negro minstrel." "Well, I feel as happy as an And by the way, you're all chirked up yQurself. Who's been helping you to the elixir of life? When we parted last night you were forty fathoms deep in the slough of delight-hearte-- from his office, Bryce had a visit from Buck Ogilvy. The latter wore a neatly pressed suit of Shepherd plaldt with Shortly' after Shirley's departure, n EVER BILIOUS? Charleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. rleins, of this place, says: ."I have never had to use very much medicine, because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would take a dose or more of Black-Draugand it would straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. We have used in our family for years ht, !! end-ma- n. THEDFORD'S spond." "No less a divinity" than Miss Shirley Sumnerl She called this morning to explain thatlast night's fiasco was none of her making, and quite innocently she impacted the information that old Pennington lighted out for San Francisco at one o'clock this morning. Wherefore I laugh. Te-he! Ha-hahl" Black-Draug- ht and it certainly is the best liver, medicine I ever saw. It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as. so 'many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am glad to do so." is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about When, you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try Thedford's At all Druggists. - -- cial future, henceforth she and her uncle must tread separate paths. She Bryce?" she ventured. out at last, and because "Would it please you to have me liad found-hir1tf her nature there was some of his surrender?" He was very serious. own fixity of purpose, the resolution "Indeed it would, Bryce. I'm tired cost berno particular pang. of fighting. I want peace. I'm I'm .She had been obsessed of a desire, afraid to let this matteikfio any furrather unusual In her sex, to see a ther. Tm truly afraid." fight worth while; she had planned to "I think-- want peace, too," he anpermit It to go to a knockout, to use swered. "I'd be glad to quit with Bryce CardlganJs language, because honor. And I'll do it too, if you can ke believed Bryce Cardigan would be Induce your uncle to give me" the kind ?rnriHishcd aad she had desired to ,of logging contract 'I want with hlff " ' ?. ,'Jtmmi'vm wagsfe bat not feeypsd re-- road." a --1 -- "I Suppose You'll Acknowledge Your-- , self Whipped at Last, Bryce?" c at him searchingly. "I suppose you'll acknowledge yourself whipped at last "Yes" he concluded presently, "old us Poundstone has double-crosse-d and Pennington made it worth his while. And the Colonel sold the mayor his niece's automobile. It's worth twenty-fiv- e hundred dollars, at least and since old Poundstone's finances will not permit such an extravagance, Vm wondering how Pennington expects him to pay for it I smell a rat as big as a kangaroo. In this case two and two don't make four. They make six! Guese I'll build a fire under old Poundstone." He took dewn the telephone re- "ceiver and called up' the mayor. "Bryce Cardigan speaking:, Mrt Pewd- . -- her gamecan be." .He sat musing, for a long time. Black-Draug- ht "Three long, loud raucous cheers fpr He's gone to "rush a restraining order through the United States .district court Wonder why he didn't wire his attorney to attend to the Black-Draught matteifor him." "He has the crossing blocked, and out of Inasmuch as the mayor-feeAlways Genuine! Pennington's hand, the Colonel Is quite 1.77 confident that said crossing will remain blocked. As for the restrainlrlg order well, if one wants a thing well done, one should do it oneself." "All that doesn't explain your cheerful attitude, though." , If you hive an? of my bottles The high price of cooking fats "Oh, but it does. Pve told you about old Duncan McTavrsh, Moira's around your premises plsase notify gets slight jolt if all pieces of father, haven't I?" OgUvynodde, and me and will ebtteofc them up. fats from meat ara saved and - Uncle. ds Insist on the CeawMd eaPage.6.- r I " C W.E.Harris. clarified for use. "X - '" .ST" , " AcDAl N KETEEMjYEAK COlTttTYTNEWS " answering his ad and wanting to -take a vactaion and a little spin s" '& "around,-- i Just decided to take a "BY JR. W.ALLEN. ' , little trip Sown in that country . g We had not run far till hoopy My daughter Eunice, .wastalk-ina trip to the Pacific coast for got tired and careless,, not pay ing much attention to where she a rest and recuperation after be was going, consequently landed ing confined, to a school room for right square on a stump, bend- a term of 8 months and it did v1 1. ing her front axlerin the shape not take me long to convince her ;;.'.-of a half circle and worse than that a trip down in Arkansas KIV c all bent her crank clear back un- 'would be much grander and she scenery much am now y ready- - tof men, old men and Hoys der the axle and killing her dead- would enjoy the more than a trip to the Pacific er than Heck and us then some early Sunday 20 miles from. Winthrop. Still coast. Bright and ? .,!'" with clothing, I have immense stock and new morning about the 1st of .May Lapland, so my conclusions in v had- - supplied ourselves j ': " condi- after we were, if we were in the daily. can you in prices. -you need any j, e tion of poor hoopy (dead) we with plenty of films and taking f t : would be better off. Ray would our kodak, stepped aboard the in" thisJinecallmt'biioev"-'."''.. Nofhing" of not hear to my conclusions, but train for Joplin, Mo. y: ."i1 being of Lan iron will began to special interest till we got to 3 loading our kodak, '? - : try to "find some way to infuse Joplin. Then rvs..rLim' :&- we began taking pictures. We .5 life into hoopy again. Looking '. , around in the dark he finally stopped over night at Siloam; spied a wire fence, close by, and Springs, Ark., which is a beauti&: following it he came to a good ful summer resort. We took . post and knocking the staples quite a lot of pictures of the scenes-arounthe spings and we loose that held the wire, he fi ?.hiy stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. I bought them made it a point to always take a nally succeeded in extracting the post and with a feeling that we picture of groups of Arkansan right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. possible. Leaving on the when would yet see the folks that il can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. night set about straightening morning train South that is the poor hoopy's axle and crank suf- E. C. S. R. R., we did not have ficiently to infuse life in her an opportunity to get any more "vagain and to our great surprise pictures until we got toHeavner. iA -'V.. & ; vv, : s. 2kand joy the first turn of the Okla., We stopped 20 minutes " X---crank gave her the sparks of for dinner and Eunice was much irl pichoopy more interested in taking life and she became a live again. With hopes revived tures than in dinner and as I you before that this is Lapand a greater determination to told meet the folkB that night, we land and the scenery is grand. put spurs to hoopy and was Looking south from Heavener, a : big black cloud seems tcTloom up soon miles away from our trouble I have a large supply of th? very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Rid before you, but not so. It is a speeding our way as best we ing and walking plows, all kinds LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. could dodging stumps and mud-hol- range of the Ozark mountains familiarly known in that vicinity that we encountered in the It matters not what y6u need on the farm, 1 can please you in the article and price. ' road, finally reaching Jasper (a as the Black Horse Mountains. little country store and P. 0,,) So the 20 minutes being up the ;' x. jA about 11 o'clock p. m., and conductor hallooed All Aboard, lsi-i.'f hoopy being very thirsty we and we had to go whether we had j !R&iy ' stopped a few minutes for her to all the pictures we wanted or not catch her breath and get a good We had to be satisfied with the drink of 'pure Arkansas water, scenery along from Heavener, bearing in mind that if Hoopy Okla., to Ashdown, Ark., that stopped breathing we might nev-e- r being our next stop, and that infuse life in her again that was about .25 miles further south SN night and thereby? ail to meet than we aimed to go, but. the ' the folks that night as' we had porter or brakeman or both of hoped to do, and we were afraid them went to sleep and failed to to let her rest-lonfor fear she call out the station of our desti--would do like a Boronco go to nation and we are not being acbucking. We did not tarry long quainted with the country .pass, till we were on our way, groping ed on through unconsciously of did not get many pictures, but ves with the fact that "Society" along in midnight darkness as tne tact tnat we naa passea our contenting ourselves with what is responsible. poor old hoopy's eyes had failed station, Winthrop, some 15 miles we had returned to Winthrop on Human life has invested largeconductor came the next train north, arriving ly in indemnity on her, but we were only 6 miles when the insurancejagainst Winthrop then and we around and asked me wnere I about 11 o'clock, and with the personal responsibility. k from were determined to reach that was going? I told him Winthrop. aid of the station agent was able This was not the way the old MORA2T & LOWE Hoopy did He fell back and with holy indig- ,to loSate the Session's Hotel,, prophets did it. point that night if A. Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionjand not go dead on us. We would nation said you have passed Win- where we spent the balance of Nathan did not say to David, Gratification are Guaranteed. brave the stumps, and mudholes throp 15 miles back and then I the night, dreaming of the "An exceedingly unfortunate atGive us a Trial and be Convinced. if only we could keep life in experiencecLabout as much Holy many tnings or interest and (condition has arisen, and a situa-- j hoopy, and to our great, joy indignation as he- - did and told beauty we would see on this tion exists for which widespread hoopy did hold up and we arriv- mm to turn around and take me. trip. social conditions, must be held To be Continued; ed at the little town of Winthrop back to Winthrop, as he nor any chiefly responsible, but which, I Sir Charles Macara, the v leadof his crew called out Winthrop' at just 12:30 a. m., finding my regret to. .say, is liable to work ing British cotton- authority, Prophets of Old. . good wife and the rest of the when we got there and as it was harm, by indirection, to. the roysaysthat a reduction of the folks anxiously waiting for us my first trip down there it was al government;" he said, "Thou American cotton crop would be a and being satisfied that we would not my fault that I did not get The Ten Commandments" are arc the man." Used Years world calamity. Well, it largely off therer After debating the disconcertingly personal. They arrive that night had prepared That was what caused David depends upon the ability" of the question with me for awhile, he do not say, "It is nndesirable us a good supper of razor back to rise from' his throne and clothe Southern planters to reduce the decided if agreeable with me he that there should be stealing," meat, corn bread, sorghum himself with sackcloth, and cry, cost of production. Most of last and black coffee, and the would take us on to Ashdown, but "Thou shalt not steal." "Have mercy upon me, O God." " county seat of Little River 'They do not say, "It would ben year's cotton crop was grown at best of everything that Arkansas the The old prophets were a loss. Of course production affords and we were all happily county, as he was sure that I efit society if morality were they were terribly united again and being very- - tir- would be pleased with the little more commonly observed;" they ruce. But their rudeness was" costs will be reduced, but can they -- be reduced to a point The Woman's Tonic ed we were soon in bed dream city. Rather than to seem con- sav. "Thou shalt not commit effective; and David was too senntly low to make trary I agreed to it with the un- adultery' ing of the happy life we would sible a man, and fundamentally, sufficie p o ss ible' any kind of a derstanding that the next north Sold Everywhere gi now enjoy living in Arkansas. LarKe ja the effort to soften too just a man, to do other than profit! But there is sound sense us back down this rude personal direct Now, I . want you to return bound train would take admit his wrong. Winthrop free of charge We in what "the British authority to ness. As for the individual sinwith me to South Haven, Kansas In the day of judgment, which says about the mistake the got off at Ashdown, had supper ner, he or she is assumed to be is today, the inde& of the books "where I was engaged in the merbouthern StateB of America and took some more pictures, more to be pitied than blamed; cantile business when I noticed of the recording angel may be might make in encouraging cotbut not so many as at other the responsibility is upon "Sosearched in vain for any page dethe ad of Robt Sessions, giving VeteriHry SurgM ud Btttfei s of a-ton production in other countries s Prescription etc , of this farm, places, from the act that as I ciety." voted to Society. For all of Sotoo largely decreasing the Special, attention g iven disease by above, 'where it was pogstating that he wanted to trade stated It seems to be necessary-i- ev- ciety's sins, individual men and American crop. Louisville Post. Animals it for a stock of goods and as I sible, we took groups, but never ery age to invent a scapegoat for women must accountr-Olea- n Office at EMlJeoee. 1 mUe,f torn, the finding of a lower court bar-ri-g stated before, I was looking for liking the' pictures of negroes; our ..own sins. Our fathers Evening; Times. 'V issastowa read.1 and not being abl to catch many found thedevil a convenience in Victor Bergers paper from victim, m I was tired of the IkSQ"" the maiU Columfcl a. Ky tori btMJMff. So iattsftd pf groups of white Arkansan, we this rgard; we comfort oursel- - Th AtUtiri County Ifows ri -- nrs j TT r IN KANSAS: ;f - jtvWs-iw- - - -- '5 BIG STOCK t OF CLOTHING 1 1 '?; - supply young aa receiving :'f r -- supplies thing I interest If - .. ' -- r,- --- r -- : r - srJ . SHOES! SHOESH d "4-- ..-- - -- es i t BUGCIES AND WAGONS. at ': i i . -- s-- - , V t W00DSOJ LEWIS GREEiSSBURG, KENTUCKY. g, !)K)K)K)K Colun bia Barber Shop JJ k - )K)Ki - -- S ft3i 40 mo-lass- es very-personal- ; CARDUi -j J tt i j L. H. Jone - 1 n . -- s f 7 'r V Jf T MS, tfHE ADAIR mair :fd &.-' .0mE NEWS "- -.. i v - footdclble assistance to - CkmgreMman ex-soldiers. - PHbHsheiPa WedsesiajB Colam6iaj- KBAtocky- - ' 3d E.MURRELW -- lWRS. DAISY HAMLETT - - Mgjt JD6oeWesxrwwwtJTetd 7 theOKxofCohmblniit .tad adjoining eoMttif. Catered tin to tbaiatartt Etexla of Adair Gilbert, Both are Cong reaeraan Gilbert is anxious for all of bi cosstituents to take up any matter with him in which he can be of assistance ' and he will give every inquiry hjs) at' 'V.fe -' tention. OLD INCIDENTS. at the Columba' . Post-offl- ce as Second teaD matters "TOmAJ?E..6a421... .' "l A- They Will be Read With Much In- - vfertst, fclr ! As the Persons' Named applaud vigorously with his cans. Uncle Jim sat quiet, and. unsmiling, but he did not fail to see how; useful the cane was on such an occasion, an he concluded that Jt would be just as welLthatJfc should make music for the democratscrspeaker when his time came, so during the' speech :of the dembcrat,,whenever he said anything that pleased uncle Jim, he" would with a yell, reach over and seize Miller's cane, and keeping It between his leg, pound the floor with ,all his might.- - The crowd caught the humor of "uncle Jim's trick and applauded all Were Local. themore. X do nob know the time of the meteoric shower which brought; ; All Zones beyond 2adB$2.M periyear terror to so many persons. It occur i; A SBbscrlDtlon due and ParnbleTSn AflvaHee red, however, jwhen "Uncle Jim a young man and engaged' In .:thrtood'sburg district in sowing his; wild :oats. Inafter '"l Hardin wilUJejelect- - years it was spoken of as the time Circuit Judge without, opposl-lion- .' Iwhen the Stars fell." Nothing like had ever beehseen even by the oldHe is quite jopular in it latitude; est inhabitants- - in r5very county comprising the The whole face of the this' heavens was district. lighted up with rushing meteors, some sweeping one way and some an." Figures from the. Auditor's of-- other. Others .like blazing cannon not a ..little embarrassment it himself for full social, political fice, Frankfort, show the total ball apparently headed directly to the and earth, all leaving a lighted trail be- view of the fact that at this moment, and commercial equality for the "valuation of property in the Oliver Garwtt Walkup, Chesley Jones hind them. State td.be $1,854458,009. The Many who beheld them believed. Taylor andDeGraffenrledPattesonare negro race. ' increase in valuation over 1920 is that the wreck of jworlds was under seated in the back part of the'churcli The Farm Bureau, which, re81,074,584. way, and that the daVof doom was at profaning it in their levity byjmaking cently held a meeting in Louishand. Uncle Jim was one of those sport of thy servant. Lord, Remem- ville, will Caid' -- the tobacco mar-etin- g though-u- t ' The damage to fruit who shared this view, and ' It" caught ber them hot for their manifold in plan for the benfit of the MondaV him unprepared. He happened to be iquities. but for Thy great toercy," Kentucky, last ' ..-growers. night week, is estimated to be from home that night on theopposfte and which ended with the specific pe- The" impeachment of Gov.' 'Rotook only tition .and' direction, "Lord, bleas liot less than five million dollars. side of Crocus creek. It one glance at the commotion in the this churctTJn which we worship, Zion bertson of Oklahoma, hastil ieen. a The loss in Henderson county sky to start him abjiis best "speed to-- ; Baptist church, situated near Glens-for- k recommended to the Legislature alone is reported to be over two wards his home with the feeling thai creek, ron the Columbia and by-threport of a House Inyeati- hundred thousaud The whole the day of ral 'conHagratfOn Jamestown road, five'mlles from the jsssS gating Committee. of the Green river section was was at hand, when all .earthly1- .things former place, and about fourteen The Belgian zone in Germany Kit hard. In this county not alu sholdrfperJahimd.h;shQ.uld-b- e caHfd' aniles from the latter place, agd one resi- - is in revolt and moreVthansixty the peaches and apples have to account fon tjie deeds of the body half mile from Whitehall, the y He dashed through the waters of .the deuce of thy servant. Reds 'have been killed, while been killed. up to where his The old man evidently felt that Berlin suspends train service in creek, and rushing the strange phe- with such directions, no mistake It is uiven out that forty con nomenon, he called out,' "The end has would be made in locating the- - objects the occupied territory. victs from the Frankfort vpeni-tentia- come, the heavens and the, earth are of the desired be hefactions.or if there Four six penny and two eight will arrive in Barren on fire, and you are responsible for the should be any doubt about them the penny nails were removed from county April 15, and will be put fix I am in. If I had been raised necessary information could be secur the stomach of a young woman ed at "White Hall.' Contributed. in a Louisville hospital. She to work grading the pike froin right, instead of being what I am, I would now be a Methodist preacher, Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment to shallowed the hails seven years Edmonton to Glasgow. A great and ready to go." joints that ache. It relieves bone ago. deal of the Metcalf end has been If thl3 stcry is true, as it used to be ache, muscle ache and neuralgic pain. graded. This pike, when com- told on Uncle Jim, it shows that he Judge Ben Lindsey, 'of the Three sizes, 30c, 60c and $1.20 per bot pleted, will be of untold benefit could in extremity pay a high' tribute Juvenile Court, in Denver, is to tle. Sold by Paull Drug Co. ' Adv. to the character of the Methodist be fined for contempt of court to Edmonton and Glasgo- w- The preachers of that day, whatever News items. farmers will' also reap a great for refusing to divulge in a crimi may havejbeen his own shortcoming. inal trial the confession of a benefit. Fortunately for him, he did not The following items were com small boy made to him. have to go at that.time, but the reI. H. Thurman, who has Joen piled by the Elizabethtowh News r Attorney General Dawson has pentant spirit did not continue with a very popular Circuit Judge." in him, for when the pyrotechnic dis- of last Friday: asked "for rehearingin the Sup1 the Lebanon district for nearly play ended without any damage, to In Australia 500 Japanese have reme Court on the 'whisky tax three terms, is an announced him or the earth, he gave up ll been deported. for road purposes on the ground to become a Methodist preachcandidate for He is Tiie Balkan States have declar- - that the Kentucky Court of Ap-- opposed by Mr. T. Scott Mayes. er preferring rather to continue the t ed war oh Hungary. peals had sustained the law. gentlemen live at Spring- sowing of oati Both m The publication of the slacker Uncle Jim lived in Harmany prefield, and the fight promises to A Menace to Rural Education. cinct which has always been demo- list has been postponed. be warm. The candidates are cratic in its politics, and Uncle Jim The fruit loss by the freeze in subject to the Democratic pri- - jwas a Democrat. Hon. A. G. Talbot, Kentucky is estimated at $5,000,-00- 0. Insecurity of tenure is held by mary, to be held in August, We while a member of Congress, present-ex - the American Federation of the precinct with a fine Banner know that Judge Thurman is a In a severe storm at Albany, Teachers' Executive Council to compaigner and if he is defeated for polling the "largest Democratic any precinct in the county. Ga., onef person was killed and be one of the prime causes for his opponent" will have to go vote of The old banner is still preserved in sixty injured. ineficiency in educational wprk? . some. Mr. Mayes was formerly the care of some one of the unterri-fieIn Robertson county, Mrs. Fan- The Federation maintains that Collector of the Fifth district, and it is still thrown to the this js especially noticeable in srid. has also served as County breeze on special occasions. It was in nie Woodyard is candidate for the rual districts where teachers . I Attorney of Washington county. Uncle Jim's day that this honor was Jailer. conferred upon the district. The parCharles Norton, 33, killed him- are subjected to the whims of Congressman Ralph Gilbert, of ty never had a more faithful follower, self at Butler, --Ky., because he the local boards of education. never one who could laugh louder, or Shelbyville, who will represent An effort is being made to en was out of a job. applaud more vociferously when this district in the next session flier fell list the support, of the people of At Ithaca, N. Y.f thing was said by a democratic of Congress, will take his seat speaker. He was an inspiration to a 9,000 feet and escapedwith onlv the rual districts in a movement to have laws enacted in each April 11th; when Congress will young beginner in the forensic art of a few bruises. i convene in a special session He that party, but a holy terror to one of At Des Moines tour women State that will obviate acpitrary will go to Washington and be the opposite side, for, he was an ex served on the jury which gave a dismissal of conpe tent teachers whooping his own side up, and by more or less arbitrary boards sworn in for the special session. pert hi whooping the other side down. If bandit the death sentence. Under the law Congressman there is a special place set apart in The U. S. collected during the or education. In other words Gilbert will be allowed a secre- the good world for the "toembers of the effort is being made to put month of March $700,000,000 teachers strictly on their merits tary and a clerk", and he has se- that party, it can not well be doubted, from income and profit taxes. lected Rhodes Terrill, of Rich' should there be any speaking going on and to safeguard their tepure of Senator Lodge has given views office as long, as they prove is on a front leafetdd-inmond, as privaesecretary, and that Uncle Jim his share to l the interest of the on the League to Viviani, the efficient, provided Harvey Wilkinson, of Stanford, their conduct occasion. former Prime Minister of France. as his clerk. Mr. Terrill is at m above reproach.. k Esq. Clayton Miller was a wliig, Emperor Charles, of Austria, County Clerk, of present Deputy Statisticsshow that in the past was partially blind, and used a cane failing in a revolt'to regain his Madison county, and Mr. Wilkin- when walking to prevent missteps. there has been a surprising numthrone, will find a Spanish asy- ber of dismissals and changes, son has beenm the oil business He and uncle Jim were seated beside lum. Hr. Wilkinson was associated each other when a joint debate especially in the country disin town between two noted According to census figures with, the late Harvey Helm durtricts, that were due to social or speakers representing the whig and there has been decrease of literacy' ing hi connection with the office democratic parties. Miller sat with other trivial causes. 1910. Subscription PricsBUt ImdlanajISSstal ZcBaj P We j??eafc as and-painstaking i JudgefA. Id -- -- iSsquire Miller was, .in his day, the largest property owner tn the county, property accumulated vby his own thrift, and energy. He served as constable, magistrate, and sheriff .of the county, and a terrain the Legislature and was --a careful, business man. He was a member of the Zion Baptist- - church, and was sometime very. personal and specific in the prayers which he'offered, as appears from an extract from onii which " a has come down to us, which commenc-ed- , Bmothered thenL Senator Boise Penrose, of "Lord, thy servant boweth before Thee this evening with trembling Pennsylvania, has announced' ' The awefsment of the property, of Kentucky for 1921 is $81,074,- 584 above that of last year. The Pennsylvania Railroad tells its employees that it is op erated at a loss on account of the. v high wages. As a result ofthe death of Cardinal Gibbons the Pope may appoint another Cardinal irf the United States. - Harding is said to be in favor of retaining the hospital at Camp Taylor, but the old buildings must be used. The final recapitulation in Kentucky is expected to show an increase of property subject to taxation of $141,000,000. At Akron, "Ohio, four boys were buried in a sand bank where they, were playing and lost their lives' in a slide that , WANTED! :V-- . . - " Til .. c '7TA Xs- y JT . "fc- - X 10,000 CEDAR POSTS. QUICK DELIVERY, That Will Square the Following Sizes: '' yy4:xr.9. Feet 5x'5-'- v " -r -- - 25 Cents Each. Feet 9 5x5 v7 Feet J Feet 55 Cents Each. f 7x-9 Feet 75 Cents Each. 8 x 8 9 Feet 90. Cents Each. AH Posts Must be at LVeast Two Thirds Red. . 6x69 - ""- -- 30Cents Each. 40 Cents Each. -- Delivered pn the Mill Yard in lumbia, Ky. : Co- -. W. H. Sandusky. New Poultry House JUST OPENED e thJ-gene- . - father-was-viewi- ng " IN COLUMBIA BY THE ry -- Kentucky Creamery OWNED AND OPERATED BY -- -- Armour & Company, Inc. Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Eggs, Chickens, Ducks and Geese. -- s Place of Business, Harry Chilson's Poultry House, Russell & Co's store. on back street-nea- r PERRY HUTCHISON, J.R. WILSON Mgrs. 2 aspi-ratio- n re-electi- r Special Offer. I have my New Line of Spring Suits at Reduced Prices for 10 Days. Best Dress Gingham 15 n cents. ' L. ft Snath's Department Store, Cane Valley, Kentucky. Boys and Girls Club Work. d, f -- d a. -- npruilitv which have no nlaoe in the democracy of education. A teacher to be efficient, should be accorded the same latitude enjoyed by other citizens of' rural. communities of the same educational attainments. Too often is the teacher in the country restricted by an autocratic and board that assumes it is its prerogative to exercise a censorship even in matters not directly nffPRtfnor the conduct of the awe-inspiring- school. y -- To safegaurd the tenure of competent teachers it is proposed that a concentrated effort be made to enact lawa regulating the removal of teachers. The should provide for impartial hearings and for appeals to the civil courts, if necessary. The constant changing of teachers for. trivial causes has in the South since .Congressman.. Both are very of 'fact that the present proven a menace to the educahis cane betweeh'hls legs, and when Kramer's report says that the It. is a thor-rosystems of the rural com- capable young men and are the whig speaker, who led in the prohibition act is a failure- in the system has too much of a ten- - tional ' -- " remdw yatua- hly qualiftd-tmade a goed point, he t would States opposed to probation. , 3aey to develop cowardice- and 'Jmunitief. g pro-poaed'la- ws oo-curr- ed The boys and girls clubs of Minnesota turned out during 1920 total products of over 320,000. There were corn, potato, beef, poultry and garpig, dairy-cal- f, den clubs, etc. If each one of the 48 states could average as well, there would be a boys and girls products for the country of around $15,000,000, added to previous production. It is not probable that these young folks did any less for their fathers and moth ers as a result of these enterprises. And it keeps them interested in country life. mm She owner of a still seldom makes much noise about it. The wise woman saves the. water from cooked rice.macaroni or vegetables and use it in soupe or Mucea, therebyadding to the family and to nouriakmiant of Imp pur. of y -il- . of n, o hr - the-fatoa- - - 'er I. ,vlC Ui x. .V teEA3ftm;c6UNTY NEWS PERSONAL . square last Friday, tome dowB Col. L B Hurt Is at home, from to-tb- e The-tollowin- Pali List. g - .43 Monticello are. new paid subscrib Chewning is visiting in era and renawalsjslnce. our- issue, ofjaat .Mr B. F.r Mr. W. E Harris is laid up with : x Ta'ylor county. . " Tuesday. Mgrippe. . "NT Qtmnonn A T T XmD T Mr. Gordon Montgomery went? to Mr. C. fl. Sandusky was on tl e'sick W. I. ' Ingram,, Roach, Conpver Bros., Jamestown professionally, list last week. Dr C. M Murrellj C. B. Rine, ' Oscar Mr." E: T. Kemper, of Columbia, Dr. Clavar , of Lebanon, was in (3j Fair, A.C'WIicoxson, J. F. Gilpin," Ky., is spending a few weeks in lumbia last Friday. ,' v Rev J Adklns, R w. Allen, C, Campbellsville, Florida. Mr. Horace Hassle, y G. Jeffries, lJ ,h Johnson, B. M. Ca!llr "was here Monday. Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Taylor, Miss son, J. W. Barnes, T. G, Rasner, A. Mr, Garlan Dunbar, Jamestown, was Amelia Damron, Mr.-- Ralph Hurt and P. Prather, E E. Epperson. B ;F.. ari-aage- d Mr Edward Hamlett, had supperwith Thomas,. J. B. Cave, L M. GoodC . here a few days aero. in Campbellsville. Sunday Mrs W M. Duyall, J. R. irvine, JEd-gMr. T. W. Buchanan, Campbells-vill- friends night. Reece, Everett Murrel','-P- . . N washere Monday . -Stults, who has been em- Sherrill, Mrs. I..S. Curd, Ezra Moore, Mr. M. L. Dover, Louisville, was at Mr. ployed In. Perry and Letcher counties Laura Simmons. ?" mey Co., Incorporated, of Louisville, Ky.,. the Jeffries Hotel Friday. f. for some time, reached home Saturday to handle their famous Lampton's "nouse Miss Sallie Baker jwas quite sick, nighti and will hS here for "an ' paints, backed by an iron-cla-d several days of last week. guarantee, Two good, saddle horses ""and one Mr. Ernest Vanzant, Edmonton, was and a quarter of a century-'-s reputation fo.r ' Mrs. Walter .Elrod, who has been' Ford Roadster: places few days ago. in this the making 6 honest, dependable paints. r qoiteIck for several weeks, is report- 23-H. B. Simp.sorf,4 '' f Norrls, Burkesvllle, was ed better. Her daughters, Mesdames Mr. Allen Breeding. Ky You know, paint may Jbe just paint with in Columbia a few days since. Allen and O'Rear, of Chattanoogo, some people as. long as-i- t isjtcalled paintl ?We bnly'BoUghtRat PoisorT Mr. L.M. Reed, ''Campbellsville, was arrived last week. But it isn't everything that ., is called naint ' Twice;!! writes Jesse, Smith; N.J. In Columblalasfe Wednesday. Mr. W. S:KnIght, ' who had been "4V that will stand the test of ilievscorching sun and the frying weather "I threw the first kind away; couldn't bebothered Mr. E. C. Clarkson, of Lebanon, was under treatment of a Louisville speciamixing it viqth meat, cheese. Then I tried changes of this climate that is so hard on .even the very best of paint- SAY. that's the stuff! It comes in cakes, all ready Columbia ra few. days ago. in list, was in Columbia a few days ago. You have seen houses that were painted in the spring that looked fine tons. And it sure does kill rats." 35cr,65c,$U5. Turney Russell was enroute home. He stated that he had Little Catherine Sold and guaranteed by when the paint was fresh, but, before the summer was over, looked as i been greatly benefitted. quite stck several days of last week '- they hadn't been-painje- d " for two or three years. Druo C. iPuH Misses Katheryn Page and Frances , Davis flarkwacc Company Mr. Asa Loy of Georgetown, Ind , That was because a cheap, paint was used.. was paint but. Is here jnixinglwithyhis many friends. Reed, Messrs. Otha Miller and Bob ?' eat JRasner's pure paint made of pure white lead, zinc and linseed oil f tillv sroundb. not "For goodness sake' Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell will re- Neat accompanied Miss Sally McGee, and5cieritifically mixed as in the case of Lampton's famous housepainte.g fresh roasted. peanuts. just from the iK turn from thelLo'uisville market,to- - as far as Lebanon on her return trip roaster. They are better. , vt to Danville last Tuesday. paints no matter wnat color vou use i !2t3 Jfr day. last. You know that it is going ami .tl'lv 'Mr. A. C, Wilcozson, and Miss wjs A Splendidorfer. Mr. Silas Sulluan candidate for lool better $nd be mpre eTconomical to you in every way. .' ; ' Commonwealth's Attorney, 'was here Emma Blakeman, of Fry, Green county, were vlsitiog relatives here )m" Comeinandlet ustellyoW more about this absolutelv ture Daint and Monday. Here is a proposition .we make to . last Wednesday. Mr. Wilcozson is a readers who want. a. city paper, but do' K let us snow you back of it. Come and ret a free. Mr. John C. Piatt, Louisville, made Lampton's; color chart. See us for anything, else you want in the paint brother of Mrs. W. R Myers. a- bnsitieWtrip to this place last Wednot want a daily: ,. line varnishes finishes, brushes, etc. Glad to see you. Mr. G, W. Hill, Assistant cashier of We will furnish the Adair County nesday. JS " National Bank, Russell Newsarid the StrLouis Twice-a-jveeMr. J. B. Tarter, Ruasell Springs, the First .. a. Springs, accompanied by C. M. Herri-- , Globe Democrat tot ?1 90 per year, 4n made a business trip.tothjs. place last ford and Julius GasKin were-herKentucky. Totstibsjcrlbers ivjhgj in Thursday. -. Monday. The former was en rotate to other States.$2.40. ., rt ? Mr. W. F, Bouldin, Burkesvllle, Somerset. ., r. rl. ' ' " BBHBPWP0HHMiMBBiMHBMMHBl vThewIgetavweek GlobeDemocrat .made a business trip to Columbia last Stanley, the Json of Mr. and little -. Wednesday. is.one of th& best and newest .papers Mrs. E. L. Sinclair, was able, last; published in this county. We do not. ". Mr. Oscar Fair, of Liberty, travel-In- g Saturday, to ride down in town. He salesman, was here Wednesday, is an unusually bright boy and his .know how long this proposition will 1 hold good, therefore, if you want the taking orders. mmmh refriends would be glad to see him I m by' 1 bBf papers, call or send in your subscripMr. and Mrs, Lawrence Pickett, stored to health tion at once. visited Mrs.v Pickett's sister at Ruesell Mis. Mary Cheatham, who has been Springs, last Sunday in a critical condition for several now on for' Bicycles and Mr. H.P. Cravens, of Joppa, was weeks, was conveyed to the Pope Season Address on "The need of our NaThe farmers of this place are Res. Phone Business Phone JSJi Sundries and we are Ready toJQuincy, 111., last week, onl Sanitarium, Louisville, last Saturday. .called tion arid the world for Spiritual Guid- behind very much with their account of a sick daughter. ance" by Rev. A. R Kasey, D. D. She was accompanied by Dr. S P. For. You. plowing: on account of rainy N Christian Education stereoptican " Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker left Miller and her son, Mr. Gordon weath'er. . for Louisville Sunday. ;The Jatter is Cheatham. We have just received a large stock slldeqi r Adjournment"wlth Prayer. . 'Buffalo, New of bicycle sundries and parts for the Mrs. N. B Miller, of being .treated by a specialist spools Clark's ONT spool cotton --DENTISTi York, arrived .last Tuesday night to. season In fact anything you want in for,25 cents at Margaret, little daughter of Mrs Ladies Notice. Ji 23 tf. "Daisy iHamlett, who had the mumps spend a few weeks with her aunt, this line we have. As to prices, some Russell & Co. Mrs. Zora Winfrey, who has been In thing are down a little, some have last week, has about recovered. I have now on display the largest Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. declining health for some time Mrs. advanced and some are on a standstill.' Fairplay. Mr Ezra Moore, of Jamestown, a have and most select Millinery line n fertilizer salesman, had Miller's girlhood and joung married The factory has guaranteed the presUPrSTAlRS. ' life were spent in Columbia, and her ent prices for this season, so it dosen't ever had. This line represents 4 business in Columbia last Monday. Wehad.to practice economy v many friends will be glad to meet her. sound like the bottom is going to drop markets: New York, Chicago. Louis-vil- le Miss Bonnie Judd, who Is teaching during the war and we had bet 1V. H. GUI, formerly of-tout until next neason. However, you and Nashville. I can show tyou COLUMBFA, KY at Falmouth, Ky.. is at home, with Mr. place, now a citizen of Macon, Miss., mayrest assured that we will do you ail the New Colors in shapes and ter riot lose our recipe in time of her parents, for a week or ten days. was danderously ill the first of last right'on every hand as far as it exists peace.. braids, Harding Blue, Jade African MissAlleene Ritchey, Burkesvilie, week., Encouragingnews, however, in our power. Come and supply your Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Tabor Brown, Orchid Porcelian, Cbque de who visited herfsister here, Mrs. J. L was received Wednesday night. A need. If we don't treat you right tell Walker, returned to her home recentwere visiting the family of Mr. letter stated that he was better, able us about it, and we will appreciate it roache, .Nickle, Duck, Beige, candy ly. cloth, Moss braid, Batevia cloth, Everett Eetty, of Gadberry, Easto converse with his family. It Is and make right. Mr. Elmo Pearce, ,who makes his hoped T. G. Rasner & Son. here that the change in his shapes in nevv-es- t straws, Barn ter Sunday. headquarters here, was In the Russell condition will prove permanent, and 2fc2- tMr, G. L Rosenbaum, our effi yard, Visca, Wenchaw, Broom and CumberlandHcounty oil fields last that he will recover, corn, split Milans, two Tone Pea- cient merchant and postmaster. week. Program. nut's Liserie and Milans, Leg- is on. the Louisville markets this Mr. Bruce Montgomery, cashier of More bargains created at week buying spring good. . T. G. Rasner & Son. the First' National Bank, was able Meet" horns, etc. "Columbia'District Sitting-U" Julia Eubank. 23-last Monday, to be in his place of busiMr. Mart Wheat and wife, of ing for the Christian Educatibn'Move-men- t ness. at Phil, Casey county, are visiting LucRv. . ril 12th, Columbia, Kj, Tuesday, ApGadberry. . Mr. U. "N. Whitlock, a former citl- 1921; relatives of this place. zen of Adair county, now of Marion' Why hide your face and pout my child . 10:00 a. m Devotional Service by Mr. Elam Spoon and family county, was here Monday, meeting If riches on you have not smiled? Rev. A. H Reynolds. The health of this community were visiting the family of Mr. ,many friends. v" 10:30 Statement of purpose of the is "very good at present. This life holds joys fcr you and I , Lander Mclntier Sunday. , meeting by district financial director Mr. Forest C. Lowe was on a busi The greatest riches could not buy. Mr.' Joel Darnell's family have . Rev. R.-Bennett.. ness trip to Cleveland.Ohio, last week. Your face reflects health Mr. Ulis Garrett and family confined to their room for were in Louis-- . I'm sure you would not sell for wealth; 11:00 Address 'bn "Objectives, of been His wife and mother H. Toung were visiting Mr. ville. shopping. And there are friendships that you Jthe Christian Education Movement." some time with mumps. and family Easter Sunday. lhn ftWJL Corsets. Il:40 Discussion of the "Method hold Mr. Tfimmie Gadberry and Misa Miss Sally McGee, who is in school A very enjoyable day was happily maratK. C. W Danville, Ky., spent the I'm sure you would uo(t; trade for gold. Book and financial organization by Eva Campbell-wer- e ' spent at the home of Mr3. Ella latter part of Easter vacation with And there is love within your heart Hon. T. A. Luman. ried last Sunday. 12.10 Announcements and adjournFrom which I'm sure you , would not Miss Frances Reed. Blair, last Sunday it being Easter The birthday dinner at Mrs. .' ment. part. . Messrs. G. W. Whitlock, W. R. Sunday and her birthday. .While 2:00 p. m. Devotional' service by C. Ella Blair's Sunday was largely Goode and R. B. Wilson, True happiness is such a treat Sold Exclusively By Iyon, Oma preparing to go visiting F. Allen'. Everybody present she was attended. pass it by yourself you cheat commercial men of Campbellsville, To i RUSSELL & CO when her friends and- - relatives on the Spiritual reported a nice time. were here a few days ago. Then lift your head, dame luck defy began to gather in and by noon Columbia, Ky. cultivation program by- - Presiding Mr. Lucien Bell, who is a Knight, And fortune will not pass you by. Mrs. R. .W. Hurt our milliner Elder.. - f, ' loaded with, choice the table was accompanied Mr. E. W. Reed to Just face the world with 'head erect, 2:25 Furtfier discussion of Method has a nice line of hats on display edibles. There were 77 present Make a little meat go a !oisg Lebanon the day the latter received For all you need i? self respect. at this place. Book. Xi. Campbell, very enjoy- - way by combining it with-br-edR. and everyone had a the Knights. Templar degree. 3:00- Roll call by charges. Mr. Leslie Rosenbaum return- able time,vthe mtle folk hav-- 1 Louisville, Ky. dre8singj macaroni, jice,jdnmpt Dr and Mrs. J. T. Grant, of Louisville, 3:30 Announcement of schedule of ed from Louisville, last Tuesday ing anXjIaster hunt; in the after at the home of Miss arrived lings or potatoesp,3neDth' cheap-e- r like to See What Educational Mass Meetings through- where he purchased his spring: How Would-Yo- u noon which was enjoyed by all. Minnie T?riplett last Wednesday after Irvin Nerkood (Pa.) Saw? cuts of meats, are-to out the district by Presiding Elder. goods." remained over Sunday. noon and "One cnstomettold me that after using one Urge Mra.Blair was 58 years. . use in this way-3:45 Announcement of schedule of be got package of dead -- . Mr. Ollie Bennett who has Mrs. Fetna Eubank was called to rata. How many more deacHie couldn't lee, be charge Financial sitting up meetings doesa't know. Remember rats breed fait asd de. Only bargains in our stote. Sewelltbn, Roseell county, last week, sUoy dolkrs' worth of property. 35c, 65c, $1 J5. Disarmament been employed at- Jefferson ville, by the District Financial Director. t T. G. TRasner & Son. SeW &ad gwaateed by hiving received word that her sister, amount to anything until they? for some time is visiting at this with prayer".' Paa( Drtifi bo. it N Mrs. 0. C. Kinbler was.qulte sick. ,7.45. p. m Mass Meeting. are extended. to include - thfc place,' e Compaly Keeping cgreala arid flours in Davis .v Hymns Eld. F. J. Barger, who has been on . Mr., J. W. Burbridge 'returned mouse proof f bug proof contain- - tbters. . rapidly . rnyv. sfck Hot for two weeks, is the f:, homeikwt ;- Idaho.- Subscribe for The News.' Ad JCbuiify :New ; SpcldlMuslc ',-iieri ii good thrift iiaraBc. . gaining strength.' Hewas .'able to A -- .r - TJET" to-da- -- . An Important Paint Announcement are pleased to announce "thative have with the old established paint firm of Lampion," Crane & Ra- r -- -- e ar G.-F- mfamCi?M!s I; fbr-jSale- indefi-niteperio- d. i ' -- 3t . : .''''-- " -- Rat-Sna- p. - , so-call- ed It lb 23-2- C .vvnen-yauamji-wiujuampr- x: -- -- tner-cuarant- that'll k' . . . -- i.r C3TTT 7t J: TSXX. v e - I eOIWTVYBIK, ICY. ir r I m f. m 1 - -- '- I' ( III tI'llI TPtfK.fil 1 II mam k m H 13-- B. Dr. J. Murrdl - 1 well-know- his - ' p 2t r " J. " " "- - . 2:16r-Stateme- nt c - -- ' as-goo- d " Rat-Sna- p, FORTY-EIGH- T m- -m - plans-never"wiB!!- ?: 23-2- ent ' lisH-dwar- - 7. iss - .s u' J A. - , - f .ij r- -P- -.' t; f wkfrom 1 air X .T- - .6 M,i.V , j T;" ri JLmpUNTYt4NES- Announcements, FOB CIKCTJIT JUDGE son-of-a-gu- - ' " c'i U'iiJ-.-A.,- ' TJT - - Continued from Page 2 . w wi3 'WP:W Ljfew. &-'- old P Bryce murmured "You wicked, "wicked inanP Buck Ogllvy lifted his lapel and sniffed luxuriously at his white carnation, .the while a Tiln little smile TSTou he-fo- x -- t quarts of warter and a bottle of '3 in 1,' and bold tbis until I get in." n .' - - ztitemO'p played around the, corners :of hls,hu-- J morons mouth." "An," ne murmurea presently, "life's pretty sweet, Isn't ltr TO BE CONTINUED. -- .- ? audience. ed by everyone in ATTORNEY The villain of the play reaches into his book case for a Bible We are authorized to announce that They can't accuse Billy Sunday A. A Huddleston, of Cumberland Before opening itf, he blows (he of putting 'em to sleep like a lot dust from its edges. A mere County, is a candidate for to the office of Commonwealth's Atof preacherB we've heard of. gesture, but it, is one of the best torney in this the 1,29th; Judicial disReWhen he's shooting stuff like touches in the play. Theaudi-enc- e trict, subject to the'actiongof the first publican primary tobe held the this "at his congregation- they're understands and smiles ap- Saturday In August, 1921. bound to stay awake whether preciation. The incident holds they like it or not. Just listen For Sheriff. the mirror up to a familiar thing t to him: in many homes the dusty Bible. TVe are authorized to'announce that You cannot raise the standard a candidate Lying unused-o- n many shelves W.B. Patteson'iscounty, subject for to .Sheriff of Adair of morals by raising the scale of it offers in vain its wisdom, its the action of the Republican- party, got to. go higher wagesj-you'V consolation and its romance, expressed at theAugust primary. pay enve.ope to find. the while the unsated hearts of Three Long, Loud, Raucous Cheers than the. .the if We are authorized to announce for Uncle." that cause of vice and of virtue owners seek-- in vain for new Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff and it's in the hearts of men thrills in' thebest sellers. o'f Adair county, subject to the action Iryce continued: "When I Bred the BepubllcaiTparty,' expressed at for boozing, it almost and women. Who knows a sweeter story tf the the August primary. fcrokc his heart; he had to leave HumSome people are so darned than the book of Ruth? And boldt, where everybody knew him, so V lie wandered down into Mendocino stingy that they never give tragedy more sublime than the For County Judge cornty andgot a job sticking lumber away 10 cents that they don't story of the Crucifixion? And" We are authorized to announce Geo. f n ihe drying yard of the Wllllts sing, "GodlBe With You Until philosophymore wholesome than T. Herriford a candidate forj Judgeof company. He's been 'there two iiionths. now, and I am Informed by We Meet Again." thb Adair County 'Court, subject to that of Ecelesiastes, or of the the action of theJRepublican primary Siis employer that old Mac hasn't tak-eI have met people so contemp- Proverbs? Or poetry finer than to be help the firstiSaturday in Aua drink in all that time. And v Mat's more, he Isn't agoing tQ take tibly stingyN gust. ' that they talked the Song of Solomon? one again." through their noses to keep from "How do you know?" We are authorized to announce that The Bible has the wonderful t "Because I make It my business to wearing their false teeth out--. quality of being always new, Walter S. Sinclair is a i candidate for find out Mac was the finest woods-bos-s to the office of County this county ever knew; hence you They'd steal a fly from a blincf presenting unexplored depths of Judge of Adair county,' subject to the do not assume that I would lose the light at every reading. It is action of the Republican primary to old scoundrel without making a fight spider. for him, do you? Why, Buck, he's An angel of Heaven could not like one of those wonderful old be held the firstJSaturday in August. on the Cardigan pay roll thirty been years, and I only fired him In order come to Cincinnati and live two attics of our childhood days for County Icourt clerk. tto reform him. Well, last week I sent weeks and loaf with the people where at every visit, we would tone of Mac's old friends down to We are authorized to announce Mr. Willits purposely to call on him and you loaf with and then return to discover, hidden away, some- Bingham Moore a candidate' for CounInvite him out 'for a time;' but Mac Heaven without first- - being "dit thing we had missed on our last ty Court Clerk of Adair County, wouldn't drink with him. No, sir, he to the action'of the Republican fumigated and giv- visit. couldn't be tempted. On the contrary, sinfected and party, as expressedl at the primary, he told the tempter that I had prom- en a batfHn lysol and carbolic "An active mind," said Pres- first Saturday in August. job If he reised to give him back his mained on the water wagon for one acid. ident John Quincy Adams, "canWe are authorized to announce Mr year; he was resolved to win back his A man said to mk: "It was a not peruse a single chapter and S. C. Neat a candidate for re election ,. jjoh and his AdI know what your plan is," Ogllvy mighty little thing to drive to Connty Court Clerk of Adair CounInterrupted. "Listen, now, to father's am and Eve out of the Garden lay the book aside to think, and ty, subject to the action of the Reovrds of wisdom. Didn't you hear me take it up again tomorrow, with- publican party, asexpressed at the te'J that girl' and her villainous avun- of Eden because they ate an apout finding in it advice for our primary,, first Saturday in August. cular relathe last .night that I had ple." God didn-'-t give a rap own ace up my kimono?" conduct, which we' may TJryr-nodded. about the apple.. It was the turn to useful account in the We are authorized to announcejthat "TSisit was not brag, old dear. I had Miss Christine Nell, of Grady ville, is . the ace, and this, morning I played it principle. progress of our daily pilgrimage a candidate for County Court Clerk of therefore In my heart there Is That Come on, you forces of iniquity v on earth." pence that passeth understanding Adair county, sublect to the action of gwrticularly since I have Just had a I nefy every one of you triple exthe Republican party, expressed at telegram Informing me that my ace tract of infamy; come .on, you Playing the Fool. the August primary took the odd trick. "You will recall that from the vers assassins af character come' on, We are authorized to announce that jastant we decided to cut In that Jump- - you sponsors of harlotry; come That's what, as a nation, we Geo- - W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, Is jrosslng, we' commenced to plan against Interference by Pennington; In oa, you defamers of God and en- s.eem inclined to do. We haven't a candidate for the office of County lonsequehce we kept, or tried to keep, emies of church; come on, you had enough war. We "evidently Court Clerk of Adair county subject ur decision a secret. However, ther to the action of the Republican pri existed at all times the possibility that relished the long lists of dead Pennington might discover our benevopeanut-brainemary, to be held the first Saturday in weasel that used to fill up the August lent intentions and block us with his r false alarms only we:ipon a restraining order is- eyed columnsof the daily press. We sued by the Judge of the United States and excess baggage. In the want still heavier taxes. We jlistrlct court for jailer. "Now, one of the most delightful name of God, I defy and chal- have grown fond of wasting things I Know about a court Is that It lenge you. We are authorized' to announce money. We want to waste a few Is open to all men seeking justice or Frank Woiford Miller, of the Eunice Injustice disguised as justice. Also billions more. So we have begun precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Right Good Ford there Is a wise old saw to the effect of Xo talk about the greatest navy Adair county, subject to the action that battles are won by the fellow who primary, to be held in the Republican Story From Kansas. gets there first with the most men. The in the world. We intend to be August situation from the start was absurdly ready for Japan. If the leading simple. If Pennington got to the disHere is a filling station gossip nations of. the earth, after these trict court first we were JostP for circuit court clerk "You mean you got there first?" ex- from Columbus, Kansas, that is past six years, haven't sense claimed P.ryce. We are authorized to announce M did by the very simple method not only amuBing, but strikes the to take some effective steps to reca"se C Winfrey a candidate for of preparing to get there first in keynote on Ford economy :y slipped. Something did slip duce armaments anoT to end war, to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of ' .anything Motorist who - come through they deserve to be abandoned by Adair county, subject to the action of last night! However, I was ready; f, all I had to do was press the butthe Republican primary to be held - ton, for as Omar Khayyam remarked? Columbus en route for Kansas Heaven to destroy "themselves. the first Saturday in August, 1921. What shall It avail a man if he buy- - City have about the following Think of the demand- - of the eth a padlock for his stable after his conversation when they stop at Secretary of- the Navy for 659 We are authorized to announce W favorite stallion hath been lifted?' Several days ago, my boy, I wrote a long the filling station here; If it's a million of dollars, and the Secre- T. Price a candidate for Oircuib to our attorney In San Francisco Court Clerk of Adair county, subject - letter explaining every detail of our predica- Cadillac, the driver says: l'How tary of War asking for 699 mil- to the action of the Republican party, ment"; the instant I received that tem- far is it to Kansas 3ity?" lions for. the year 1921! Four expressed at the primary the first porary franchise from the city council, August. I uialled a certified copy of it to our ""'One hundred and forty miles," schoolboys one an American, one Saturday In - attorney also. Then, in anticipation is the reply. and Englishman, one a Frenchof .our discovery by Pennington, I in- FOR COUKTY 'ATTORNEY. ''Gimme 20 gallons of gas and man, and one a Japanese, could attorney to prepare the structed the f complaint and petition for a restraln-- ' a gallon of oil," says the driver. We are authorized to announce Jun-come to an agreement that would , Ing order against Seth Pennington et Then comes a Mitchell andthe make war an impossibility. J3ut ius Hancock a candidate for County by to rush to the judge ,al, and stand " Attorneyof Adair County, subject to svllh It the Instant he heard from me I driver says: How, far is it to hand the matter over to. the dip- the action of the Republican party, to . "Well, about the time old Pennlng-jto- n started for San Francisco this' Kansas City?" lomats and the case is declared be expressed at the August primary to morning, I had our attorney out of bed be held August 6th. "One hundred and forty hopeless. telephone ; at and on the ' Em to Sleep. the- -- One- - Preacher Who Doesn't x Put are authorizsd toannounce that countyr is a Carter,, JC. DusUrig Off The Bibles to,- the office candidate for of Circuit CourC Judge in this the 29th recent motion picture oc- Judicia1 district of Kentucky, subject In a curs a.tfivial incident, the signif- to the Republican primary, to be held icance of which is quickly grasp- the first Saturdayjln August, 1921. We - " x The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL The Great Paper of the Southland is ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless,. yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found The Courier-Journa- l the champion of clean government. The Courier-Journsurpasses all its competitors in equipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the service of the New York Times. 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All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning ancl Inlay Work a long-distan- ce -- the United States district court; at r "Vilne-fl- f teen the Judge signed a restraln- "Gimme ten gallons of gal and ' - "3ng order forbidding our enemies to a half gallon of oil," and he Interfere with us In the exercise of a -.right legally granted us by the city of drives on. y a deputy and at Along comee a Ford and the "Vr -'- .United States marshal started In an ' Jsutoaaoblle for Sequoia, via the over- - driver gets out and stretches and jland roste. He will arrive late toraor- " " Wow sight aud oh. Suaday we will get 3iMt lcooilve out of our way and ln- - stall oar crowing." "How, far" is iff to Kansas i "ABd FMnlnetotf- -" City-?Ai, tfc peer Peenlngtoal Mon "" Wuvre Sfttk-Back sighed comical--" "Oh, about.l4Qinilei."-"I- i twsty-foe- r WjgSBt-iriKJJwms nine-thirt--- : -- - nine o'clock this morning he appeared miles." FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Thedford's 1 B It is believed generally in well informed circles, that three of i " Jt that fall? -- Gimme upon. They are George Harvey, of New York, as Ambassador to the Court of St. James, London; Myron T. Herrick, of Ohio, as AmbaMtdor to France, andR.B. Creagar, of-- Brownarllli, Texas ' two as AmbMMdor to Mxieo. the most important diplomatic Adair county, subject to tne action of posts already have been decided the Republican primary, to be held Saturday the first in August. FOR TAX COMMISSIONER. We are authorized to announce W. BLACK-DRAUG- HT A. Coffey a candidate for to the office of County Attorney of a g g Tax Commissioner of Adair, county, sub ject to the action of tbeBepuWlcaa party, expraeea it toe Aagasc pn mary, We are authorized to announce B. Fatton a candidate for g liver Medicine g f.i BD Purely Vegetables Specialty. All Work Office: Guaranteed next door to post office. A Rol-li- n QjQ BBDDIIDDBaDODB Adair Caunty Naw 5!r GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. 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PRICE, Agent: Columbia, Kentucky. as - All Kinds of K Insurance - )K)K International Made-to-Measu- )K)K)K?K GENERAL INSURANCE re GLpthesr . :- Second Floor,' Jeffries Building. . JS" modern and up Recently at picture show we paper specializes on the arrangement story a picture that saw in the fully illustrated these words. that and makeup of its ads to make them attractive and appealing ro were shown on the film. The words were these: "The only the reading public. This works ghosts of the dead that ever for better general results, pleasing both the readers and the come back are the ghosts of The Kentucky coal output is young mothers who come to inbeing cut for lack of market. spect the care of their motherThe home paper is always the Obituary. less children, no other human tie best, as it comes in closer touch strong enough to on earth is with the problems and life of bring them back from the dead." your community. Its interests Mrs. Mallissa Keltner the wife Mothers only can understand to your interests and it isfdesir- - of Mr. Claud Keltner, was born the fullest extent these words. 0U3 0f the betterment of all local Nov. 12, 1873, died March 21, Others full of sympathy may things. Watch the paper that 1921, making her 47 years, 4 think they can comprehend, but boosts the home industries, month, and 9 days old. they cannot. schools, churches, etc., and lend Mr3. Keltner was 13 years old The most pathetic thing in all it your support. when she professed religion-Sh- e this troubled world with its weal first united the Presbyterian Business Picking up. and woe is "the small child withchurch, later she joined the Bap--The Valuable Newspaper. out a mother. It may be placed tist church in which she remainIn this column there were two in hamane hands and receive ed a member untiL death. A town's 'biggest asset is its editorials, one dealing with the treatment, prompt atcourteous She leaves a companion and newspaper, providing of course, high cost of living in past pertention and all the comforts and the newspaper has the interst of iods of our national history as 4 children, many students of the necessities, but with it life can School will rethe town at heart. The &rue compared with the present and Lindsey-Wilso- n but be monotonous, and it will value of this is very often under- the other dealing with the value member .her oldest child, Miss develop into a cold.'hard, unaf rated by careless and unobser- of saving at the present time, of Stella, her only girl. The boys fectionate disposition and given vant persons. A live paper can dollors which will be worth twice are Demmon, Raymond and Paul. to melancholy "in nature life. . do more to boost and advertise a what they are now in a few Besides these she leaves a numJust as the rosy feet, budding town than any other force in it relatives and a host of years. Today we -- present the ber of lips and delicate fingers need atto mourn their loss, but Its importance is obvions. view of an Iowa banker on the friends tention so does its disposition loss is heaven's A "dead" paper is a hindrance improvement of conditions what is their need nurturing, cultiviating and gain. to any town. A town is judged throughout the country. communion with the mind of its "She lived aconsistant christy by the way it is reflected through For keeping a finger on the to properly develop the mother, the. columns rdf its newspaper. pulse of prosperity or depression, ian life .and died a triumphant various sentiments which we all A commendable publication in a the local banker probably is more death. possess. This, writer visited her home town draws the attention of outr expert than a professor okecono-mic- s A child left motherless at an siders, maintains interest in home or a Wall Street financier. about three weeks before she age shows the marks in ap1 early died, and prayed with her. She industry and goes out heralding Says this local banker, quoted disposition throughpearance and the news that its town is the in the Cadar Rapids, Iowa. said there wasn't a thing in her out their life. Too soon they way, she waff ready to go. best, . "Gazette:" meet the most the impatience She said just a few hours beThere are many things that go - "More individual accounts and the coldt hard knock of the to make up a good newspaper, were opened in my bank in Janu- - fore she died' all was well, nothworld. It chills the tenderness it is not only the source of news ary than in any other month in-- ing in her way and the finer sentiments of their and information, but it acts as a its history. And February has Her remains was carried to. lives. It is so often the case that medium ior the business houses: been another remarkable month. Tarters chapel Church, M E the hardened criminal, when and their customers. By read- This indicates that people are The writer conducted the fuTer--al doomed to execution, receives ing its columns of advertisements coming to their senses. Instead services, after which she was the prisorTchaplin'8 friendly adthe shopper is informed of bar- (of drawing out accounts, the buried in the grave yard near vice as the first real appeal made gains that would otherwise es- public is opening new ones." the church to await the resurrec- to bis better nature in all bis cape notice. It renders the mermorn. The banker shows that in 1919 tion life. by bringing his J. W. Rayburn,. chant a service is any one on: earth goods before the people'snotice. the loans of Iowa state ancksav-ing-s If there Pastor of Gradyville charge:. banks and trust companies could best; be exwhose faults This double service, carried on It is a good habit to have a cused above others it is the chUd through the advertising columns, increased about $52,fl00,0)0. But pin in the warming oyen hv who early in life lost its mother. is the biggest featureof the loans have shrunk steadily. which odd scraps of bread can.be? This means that obligations at put and dried for fnture use as Who else will sit the long modern paper. being met. bread crumbs. night thru without a- - moments .There is quality in advertising. the bank are The banker says that business repose in watchful attention. at The publication that striTee to k rapidly getting bck on a sound Ser?ing larger portions of food the side of a sick child. make th' ada attractive will 'get Iaais. He points out t&at even than caa be eateo i politeness,, iaoff at? dipute Aor'con- - tb advtrtifter tbt tott result. in the farming; districts where .it sfoscks f fooHsHness.. Nier to-da- te demn the mother who does not see the failures of her children. God intended that one person at least in this world should represent his disposition toward man, and that relation is exemplified in the relation of mother and offspring. Though the life may be a checkered one and all the world hostile, yet there is always one who discounts for weakness, forgives and builds their hopes again on us. -As the Words on the film said, if there is one power on earth strong enough to call back the spirit of the dead, it is the troubles of the. small child whose mother has passed on and its tender life and soul is being misused by its custodians. -- No one cares to read an ad that is not pleasing to the eye. The foolish enough to give his community a better paper; that's an editor's ambition that's why he engage in the publicity business. "Tell him when he has a good paper. You are willing to congratulate your preacher on a good sermon, and your merch mt on an acttractive window display. The editor is no less grateful for a word of praise. i. -- . - -- - " - ' : - A. 1t- - ,'-r- cSC " t - .. ?' ' fl - r;,. -. - V .A . a", 'l. "" "" J y's- --- -- 'KiA'VA-'' - -- 4 S ., ?- - lT It nC - - &.'. ADAIR" COUNTY --NEWS;' vtpVti-- - from his corn crib. He says he state Jiave 'been offered for this did tfee man. He sure- sale. Trading arrangements Hadley is very, sick. ly don't live in this section as Ijaye been provided for where ... v every body in this neighborhood Livestock Exchange represents ssth:4 writing. tives in the field will buy scrub Mr. Sidney Dunbar, of Okla., is have plenty of corn. cattle ff om such groups as may nrisiiing relatives and friends in The mild cathartic" action of ifitts section at this time. is well liked by ladies. It puri- pool their cattle to replace them pure bred animals at the Misses Bessie Knifley, Lillie fies the system without griping or with the-- ' stomach. Price, 602. sale. JMmga, Grace Wolfed, Audra sickening " Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Two hundred pure bred ewes Bltha Dunbar, Reedie and rams and 2,000 grade sheep DIrigo. Xuoker, Nellie Gose, and Fannie will be Bold under the same con3B yant, who are attending' the jR C.B. A., at CampDellsville, Farmers are busy getting ditions August 11th., and.a pure bred swine salewillbe held in itiited at home last Saturday and ready for their crops. autumn. W. S. Bell, "presiiSripday. Mr. Ora Campbell is able to go the dent of the Louisville Livestock ;rke Brass Band boys-o- f Camp- - anywhere he wishes, but is stilll J' Exchange has issued an appeal Hj''jayilje came out to Knifley on weak. to the. farmers interested in any and entertaired Mr. Olin Campbell has about phase of the movement to v,argeclowd with very delight- - recovered from pneumonia fever. ' with him. as early as .music, Mr Oliver Clay well and wife, possjble. came last Monday of Indiana, are visiting relatives : .A . freeze As clear as the purest water is Li ht,Jj;he 28th killing--mos- t of at thisplace. quid Borozone, yet it is the most pow Abe fruit in this section., Messrs, Aaron Clay well and erful healing remedy for flesh wounds. Messrs. . Calvin Bailey and Stanley Bean, left for Illinois, Lores, burns and scalds that medical F.ance. Baxter, visited Goebel and some few days ago. science has ever produced. Try it. JS.tn Wheeler last Saturday night Mr. Arthur .Stotts is again a Price, 30c, 60c. and $1.20. Sold by KiKley. not-kno- w -- .4Cc&.-Eff- ie ." 'v 2S F?r-bin- e Ttmm & i-r 0jlf, kWWtv 'V LVUISVIL V '- 4 com-munic- ate Lb& . ? "T T1SIT Atlantic City-ri- n. z S k Louisville. -- the wife of Jim ftlrv-To- Cath-stfjrao- n; resident of this place Ova Campbell bought of Allen Wooten one marev Considera! Drug Co. , Adv, Enjoy its ocean view and sandy beach, its.gaeties and amusements. The great expanse of the Armory wlll.ber transformed Into a replica of the fashr ionable seaside city, with its endless variety of entertainment, its fashion shops and hotels, its beautiful beach and:i ocean view and its. world famous board walk with its fashion parade of beautiful 'women. worn-.ien. Your Home Town Paper. tion unknown., WJ.en .people jWant tor interest a. . A , Allen Wooten .bought of Cager distant, friends in their. home F Coomer6ne-mule- ,' away copies of consideration Tjpwnthey senri it the, local newspaper. When any- fc'S fi- $150. tJ?he style show feature of the exposition W. T.'Price was in our inidst? &nQ wan8 to know what kind of iVw'ill'hold an especial attraction for wice. daily the fairest of models some few.,days ago talking insur-- ia place a distant town is he sends ai" 'i: wilf promenade the board walk, display-.s'In- g ' ' a copy of 'li local MVV7S?. &1 for hewspa the . ance. the newest spring raiment from .. America's and Europe's greatest fashion per. When the merchants are "" i.'ff'. slfopa, wnlle varied entertainment feaChildren who have worms sue pale, full of courage .ancf advertise t?"1 tures and; high, class vaudeville will make id' peevisri. A dose o'two of sickly " fi the exposition equally attractive for men. freely an impression is created White's Cream Vermifuge will clear The special feature program will be N. changed da,ily. them out arid restore rosy cheeks and among the many people outside T 1 cheerf ulspirlts, Price, 36c. . Sold by the town who see the paper that PauILDrug'Co: Adv. . this is an exceedingly bright and "young;' wide awake business town. If, A at times, the merchants let up a . W. Arnold of Cane Valley, 9fK ft vrb-- i ted his father, Mr. John Ar-a- o little on their" advertising the town does not look so good to 'Oast Sundays outsiders. Your paper, then, is , Mr. Dewey Chelf and Montra the representative the spokes fShcrilIf eloped to Indiana, last . km nk .M aM h i" man for your community. As 2?r;cay night and were married, your publication appears to those , .returning Saturday night and J iacorpr&tol outside your immediate locality, parents forgive-jae5ecnved their Spectacles, Eyeglasses so must your town appear to " Auspichs Louisville Retail Merchants Association. Kryptoks, them. Editorials and items ot Mrs. Bessie Williams, of Dun-iHArtificial Eyes, news all have their place, but the visited her father, Dr. J., Invisible Bifocal Lens stranger to your town will close- county forltwo years.returned to a few lines and if these are print good health to their outdoor Jives (C;XJose, a few days of last week. upon their farms. The triplets ly follow the advertisements carri- khis place'recently and are living ed I will write again soon. FOURTH and CHESTNUT; ed-.in Big Elm, your paper, for by this on Mr. J H. Bargers place. They Mr. tsen wneeier lett nere a- have a twin brother and sister, Louisville, Ky. and we ase few days ago for his home. We Harry J. Williams, Richmond, means, he judges . the character are a splendid-familInd., and Mrs Alice Josephine rTMs place and surrounding andt extent of the business of the glad they have moved back to wish him well.. j bur community.. 6 Work at this place is dull at Bagford, of Spring Valley Ohio, aoantry to the number of 70 or Big Move For Better Livestock community, years old Launched. Saturday was the seventeenth present. The Argo Corn Pro- who will be sixty-sevemore persons met at the home of OzarRr r J&E-- . Nkk birthday of ;Miss Bonnie Wolf ord ducing & Refining Co has shut next November 1. Blankensbip for the ancTshe invited several of her down for a few days. They are Backed by Kentucky College cjperpose, of having a big egg hunt, We had a warm Easter day. girl friends to spend the day planning on cutting all foreignSome Remarkable Figures. it being Easter Sunday, the 27th of Agriculture and The United Fruit trees are in full bloom, and with her. ers and negroes out and employ af March. The eggs were hid- - States Department of Agricu!- it is warm as We are told repeatedly, that only white Americans. It will 3ea by some old rrien and a cer- - Lture, The Kentucky Pure Bred Mr. P. M. Bryant was upt, of' the Sbiloh Sunday be better for us as there are not the horse is passing out of sight. $un, egg was marked so as to be livestock Association and- - The Farm work progresses rather JknpVii as the premium egg. Louisville Livestock Exchange slow on account of so much rain. School He has been the super- many but foreigners and negroes. Two or three years more arid you Wheat looks promising; also, oats intendent for the last twenty Mr. Elbert Wooten ordered a may still discover the dust of Master Rollin Turner found the haveentered on the most campaign ever under- and grass look well. marked egg. The premium wasl years, as he is getting om ne fine two hundred dollar Victrola. the trail over which he has van".".!?: Borrr to the wife of Edgar tenders his resignation and was AH of the Kentucky boys are ished, but he will be gone. ' In considerable amount of cash. taken in this state to promote 'v promptly He is the laidvtiff for a week or maybe the face of such assertions, genJEhe writer was talking, to a the breeding of better and more Ellis, March, v22, a son, Joe C; j. To. further the Miss Cattie Huff, who has'been right man in in the right place longer. I think there will be a erally made by the auto truck ,an,the. other day who ask "what Livestock. and tractor advertisers, it is in-- Jsas "become of the rainbow. He movement the Association and. at the home of N. A. McKinley, and as long as he is able we- are great home coming soon if they teresting to read the statements dont get work. gaidJbhat he had not seen one the Exchange at large expense Campbellsvillefor sx weeks has going to keep him. of Mr. F. E. Burra-1- , president Very truly ypurs, Miss Maud Bryant and Mr. for a long time. Well, 1 says to have planned the widest possible returned hbme- .of the National Wholesale SadOwen G. Wooten. jEtTm what you call .rainbows? publicity. Mr. Lander Bryant, who is in Goebel Grider visited at the dling Association. He says, folThey generally come after the The great sales of pure bred Colorado, writes that he is gain- home of Mr.. Milt Powells last World's Oldest Triplets. lowing Government reports, that mist that follows the clouds. If and grade animals have been ing every day and his physician Sunday. the number.of horses increased you want to know all about the planned to be held at the Bour- thought he would be well in a Miss Annie Helm is visiting in Mr?. Maria Jane Richardson.of in the United States more than rainbow go to the old Bible and bon Stock Yards. Neither the short time. town this week. Danville, 111., is one of the three 1,701,000 from 1910 to 1920; that Treafi from the 8 verse to the 17 Association nor the Ezchange Bro. Lee filled his regular apMr. Nathan Bryant and Mrs. (sisters who are believed to be the horse vere inclusive of the 9th chapter will derive one cent of profit pointment at Clear Spring, Sat- Nellie Eighey visited their par- - oldest triplets in the United since 1870 the20EF3 population per cent, as has increased from these sales. The animals urday and Sunday; Saturday of Genesis. ents, Mr arid Mrs Henry Bry States. Mrs. Richardson and compared with 176 6 per cent, will be sold at auction to" the far evening his subject was the par- ant, at this place, recently. TMr. Milton Hughes caught a her sister, Miss Mary Jane Will- the rate for the human inhabimers and it is expected that the able of the sower. He handled fowl of some kind last Sunday, Mr. ancLMrs. Porter Brockman iams, Lebanon, Ohio, and Sarah tants. He says, further, that range of prices so fixed will per- the text well. In his field, about the size of a mit of the selection of price for horses has visited relatives near Gentry's, Jane Wilson, New Castle, Ind., these aniMr.- - Albert Bryant received small hen. It was of a dark celebrated their seventy-fourt- h increased 15 per cent since 1900, mill last Sunday. mals by those interested at a like a hen, feet his new-For-d fiHie colors-bea- k car last week. birthday on Washington's birth- and that of the 6.500,000 farms 'Misses Lula Bryant and Rosa cost well within the means of day last. They were born at in this, country, only ? per cent like a duck, legs like a crane and those in 'the most moderate cir- Mrs. Stella Bryant spent last B. White spent last Tuesday vyes as red as a tejrapin and Wednesday with Mrs. Sallie Bry- night with Mrs. Mattie Scholl, Fort Ancient, Ohio, on February use tractors,, and that the har- cumstances. 22,, 1847. With the exeeption of rans to ngnt all tne time, lne ant. are making and selnear Roy. The first of these safes will be inhabitants never saw ldeet . aparaletic stroke Mrs. Wilson ling more harnesses than ever. low prices of chickens and the Better Sire Sale of Pure The smyti&ag lfke it. suffered several years past, the eggs are hurting the'women folk Summit 111. Bred Registered. Bulls, 200 in trjplets have been free from ser 'The only perfect husband k as much as the low price of to 'Mr. Soderabn Bradshaw came be auctioned bacco is hurting the men. number which-wil- l ious illness, Mrs. Wilson has dead, and not many husbands mbm from meeting a fear eights Dear Editor: at the "stock yards June 2nd. Bryant and family, As this is my first letter fethe practically recovrpflt The sis consider it worth while to go t sfl ami went to the barn to put Islf borM up and some man ran Some of,thefineit bulla in thi whohavbn jiving in Taylor' paper I thought I would drop ters attribute thsir longevity and that txtrtwt. - Weatherford and sisters. Misses Ruth and Mary, Mr. JFocest Weatherford and sister 331 Jss Ora, visited at Mr. 'Jim Christie's, of this place Saturday jzright and Sunday. Misses Josie and Arlie Simp-3oof Stone Creek, spent last Wfek with their grandmother, 3c.Jf6sie Knifley, of thiB place; ,A series of meetings is in progress at this place, held at the jsehaol house, conducted by Rev. n, f, . - : ? L- ;' ! . i i 6PWL PIRST TV AT THE ASWTO,Vf a M n -- Southern Optical Company -- i " M s. e, i - y mid-summe- r. re-elect- ed -- com-prehensi- ve s - - ..,. - -- -- the-mark- eess-maker- s -- Mr.-Elm- ore . V