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The Presbytery. j OIL NEWS. three Stills Destrayel '- ( The people of Columbia have reason Last Thursday Sheriff T. JGoia BY E. T.jKEHPER. and deputy Sheriff Thomas Chandoln to congratulate themselves on the Cars For Last Mouth, With Activities in development destroyed three stllls'two mUes south meeting' of Transylvania Presbytery Increased ' It has just become known that Mr. New Pipe Line Coming. held here last week, commencing, Fri- work Is" seen all over this territory, in- of Greensburg on Green riverv They . SniMlay MrRing, at 4 Clyde E Prall, a representative of day evening, as. it gave them an oppor- quiries are pouring In from many dif-er- destroyed 700 gallons of beer and the Salvation Army Is in this county O'clwk. If. anyone has doubt as to Glasgow tunity to hear sermons by a number sections, and the outlook for about fifteen gallons of whiskey.. All in the interest of the Home Service r being an oil center, a visit to the1 rail- of able divines of the Presbyterian big things being pulled off here in oil three of the stills were operated by Program for 1921 flJHEIAL AND BURIAL IN COLUMBIA. yards near town will convience church. The following named minis- circles at no distant date were never the same parties. The owners escaped ( In 'the last two years the Army has road to the contrary. ters of the Presbytery were present: more promising than at the present but It Is said that they were recognizinstituted a new program for hand- him During the month of March 12 cars Rev. J. Q. A. McDowell, D. D Dan- time. About ten days ago, Mrs Mary ling ed by the sheriff who fired upon them its welfare work in the country i&&tham, who was, the. widow of the districts. Last year Advisory Boards of oiL were shipped from Glasgow a ville Rev. M. ,f D. D., A number of oil men have visited astheyed. . late E. E. Cheatham, was conveyed to were formed in 26. states west of the total of 78,o00 .gallons of oil for the Rev. W. A. Ganfield, TK D., this section within the past two Strayed, from ray premises a Louisville Sanitarium, she having Mississippi. Fifteen hundred organ- moqth. Danville, Rev. F. E. Moore, Rich weeksj and many others are headed female-shoWill weigh-130- , beta in wretched health since the izations with 40,000 members. The Three pipe lines are daily pouring mond, Rev. B. Hart, Greensburg, this wy for the purpose of making pounds. ,lMth of her husband which occurred Advisory Board In each county is to oil to the tanks fo redistribution and Rev. M.S. Weber, Lebanon, Rev. H. surveys of the fields with a view to J. C. Holladay. S. Hiidson, Lancaster, Rev. L. Wag- becoming interested in development about six weeks ago. Nothing favor-abl- represent the people and the army in shipment.- v, pipe line is in course of goner, Danville, Rev. J. T. Lloyd, Co- work here soon. came from her bedside from the Married at Adairville. all welfare cases. Very' few people A fourth time she entered the Sanitarium, and realize the extent of the army's work construction and, despite the low lumbia. Elders present were: S. M. One of the most prominent citizens price of oil, runs will be made there Harbison, Danville, Sunday morning at i o'clock she was it R. Ward, of Columbia, who spent several days, A fewdays ago Mr, Ed Hill, son of" in this district. The Salvation Army Greensburg, W. T. Dohoney, Union, in Cumberland county lately, a man Mr. and Mrs. Strong HUI, "Gradyville, called to meet her God. There were has three institutions in Louisville. from at an early date All these pipe line runs were made H. C Baker, Columbia, and G. W. who tias present, at the passing, her son, Mr. The Rescue Home, The Industrial no interest whatever in the was married to Miss Amy Bell Gilbert, during a period when oil was at its Preston Caldwell. In addition to the oil Gordon Cheatham, and her half broth- Home and business, volunteers the informa- a popular young lady of Adairville, the Maternity Home. lowest price level, and with an im- ministers above named, Rev. C. W. er, Mr. Elsie Young. Eighty-fivper cent., of all welfare tion that there is no question but that Ky. Immediately af cer the ceremony proved market and a new line running Welch, D. D., Louisville, and RevfF. The intelligence of her demise soon cases handled by the Army at Louisthe Bakerton field, which he had the the couple left, in a car. for Nashville Glasgow ought to take on new life as J. Cheek, D. D., of Danville, State reached Columbia, and sorrow spread ville last year originated in that secpleasure of. visiting while on his trip, and other points in the South. They; Synodioal Superintendent, were pres- is an oil center. Glasgow Times. over the city. not only a promising field at present will reside in Adairville. Mr Hill's tion of Kentucky of which this'county ent,, the former preaching the open' The remains reached here Sunday is a part. Too many people look upbut that it is destined to prove to be a 'Adair county friends sends congratulaPublic Sale. ing sermon Friday evening, and the wonder. night about 11 o'clock and were at on the Salvation Army as a- - war or Ten holes drilled there, re- tions. latter preaching Saturday evening. once conveyed to her former home. sulting in ten good wells' is not a bad city originated and do not know that New Goods Received. On Saturdayt May 7th, there will be At the inorning servjee Sunday start for the field. Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock funer- 50 per cent, of all 5 welfare cases hana public sale at my home, at which morning, the pulpit was occupied by al services were held at the residence, dled by the Army throughout the U. The Dav Oil Comnanv., drilling on Dry goods and notions, Ladies' shoes , 0 time I will sell many valuable articles Dr. Ganfield, president of Center Colby her pastor, Rev. Leslie S. originated in the country districts,-- ) conducted tne ii ran vine w imams iarm, near and slippers Men's and boys' suits, in the way of furniture, etc. etc lege, and at the. evenlug service by J.B.Smith, assisted by other local Creelsboro, have brought in will No. 1 ladles1 odd hats. Plenty of odd pants; s. G- B. Smith, All who are indebted to'the Farmers Dr. McDowell, pastor of the Second J. F. Neat. ministers The interment was in the at a depth of 240 .feet. This well Columbia, Ky. 244t Mill Company will please call and setPresbyterian church, of Danville city cemetery by the side of her late flowing at seven feet in the started 24-Mrs Bettie Hutchison, who lives at tle at once Each of these services was attended husband, manyf rlends attending' thai Old Mormon Church at Sulphur sand, and at last reports oil was free- Coburg, was seventy-tw- o years old. by a large and appreciative audiences last sad rites. ly flowing and running into CumberElecting a Treasurer, Well. ast Tuesday. The event was celebratAt the Saturday evening services land River, more than a mile away. ed Mrs. Cheatham was a daughter of j last Sunday, nearly all her children Mrs Hamlett sang a solo and at the i Mr. J. H Young, this place, and was All reports credit this well as the best being present. The celebration was Quite a number of bids were presSnuggling among the hill and Sunnday morning service Miss Eva well ever drilled in that field. years old. Her ented to the Fiscal Court last week about forty-seve- n wholly a surprise to Mrs. Hutchison, woods of Metcalfe county in the Walker sang. mother was a Miss Grant, who died for Treasurer ofv,Adair county, the Sulphur Well section In addition to the ordinary routine The Wood Oil Company, operating as shVdid not know that her children-wer- e is probably many years ago. She was a very hos- bids raging from one-haof a cent per the only Mormon churchlff "the State work at the Presbytry, Rev. F E, on the farm of Cummings Brothers,ad- to honor her with their presence, pital woman, ipossessirig a kind heart, year for f our years to one hundred that is actively maintained and kept Moore and Eider J. R,. Ward were ap- joining property of the Beacon Oil bringing a magnificent dinner. and was ever ready to assist the dollars. When the bids were opened pointed delegates to the General As- Syndicate, at Creelsboro, have a showgoing. Have You a &r? the needy. For.a number of years she it was seen that they were all made by was established many .years ago sembly of the church, which meets at ing for a pice well in the shallow sand was a consistent member of the Bap- men of good character," amply able to It but they intend to drill down to the Winona Lake, Ind.r next month. We do expert starter, generator,. tist Church. When laid to rest her execute any amount of bond.' The by devouts f rcn: TItahr and; to the, r&-- O.LL. IUJ UUUC1U3IUU it.. r uV.-i.- ..g, LUO HOOUVUIV Pencil Cave where they expect to Motor, Battery repairing1 and course of a' few years a. substantial : f mound was covered with many beauti- vote was taken and the majlstrates strike the Trenton sand. among the people adopted the following resolution: following developed weldlnff ful floral offerings. She leaves fa- went into caucus. This was on Wedof the community, with services being . Now, that the Spring meeting of Other good wells reported from the and Brazing, anything you car needs ther, and son, one sister, and one nesday, At Friday morning's session periods during the TransylvanlaPresbytery is about to Creelsboro field within the past ten done. Agents for the Famous Generbrother; two half brothers and one a motion prevailed, rejecting all bids held at stated come to a close,. :when the visiting days are, one on the West Fork nf In- al Electric ''Titan" Storage battery year. half sister and two little grandsons in at that time, and that a man .who Ministers and Eiders must soon leave dian Creek just over the Clinton Coun- guaranteed 18 months Many followers of Mormonism and a daughter-in-lahad not submitted a bid, be elected 'city of Columbia ty line, with 19. feet of oil sand; one on All work guaranteed prices right. both, men' and women are' said ''to the beautiful little May God comfort them all in .this Thereupon, Squire Akin, nominated to return to their, respective, fields of the W. A. Armstrong farm, located-oBring your car to the Page garage to have left Metcalfe county for Salt hour of great sorrow Is the' wish of the present Treasure, Mr. Bert Epperlabor, we earnestly (desire before we the North side of Cumberland River; have your work done. City to make their homes' in son, with the understanding that he Lake this paper. depart to express.tovou of the Colum- one by the Carnahan Oil Company 'on Respt years gone by. Glasgow Times. 4 was to deposit the funds placed in his the bia church and community our very the Cosby Coffey farm The latter is Myers & Flowers. hands in the Bank of Columbia and in deep appreciation - for all you have reported in at 270ieet, with 24' feet Tine as Gtfspel. Notice. i(I SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER the First National Bank, the money been to us and have done for us during of sand. A writer on the Lebanon. Enter to be equally divided between these All persons having accounts against our snort sojourn with you; for your Three new wells are reported from The Celebrated Play By Oliver institutions. In keeping with this and bountiful hospital-ity;iprise givvs to the readers of tfTat pathe estate of Miss Eliza Toddrdeeeased Cumberland County your homes and for your ex- the Brush Creek, Goldsmith. per the following trnthful declara- statement Mr. Bert Epperson submit- will present them to me properly field within the past week, as follows; ted a bid, his salary to be one hun- proven by " ceedingly hearty support in the large tions: the 1st day of May 1921. Kash, Walker & Kash,- - well No. 2 on Lindsey-Wilso- n dred dollars per year forfbur years, Infidelity never raised a man or a L. C. Winfrey, Executor, audiences present to help and Inspire the Jake. Radford farm came in at a Will be given at the Saturday evening, April 16, .comin our popular, meetings. The genweman from sin. It never took a and it was accepted, airthemajesdepth of about 200 feet, and on the mencing at 7:30 o'clock. The characvoting yea. Mr. Epperson wilt uine and sincere Chritian ''fellowship drunkard from tho gutter, a gambler trates pump registered fifteen barrels lri five ters are made up of High School puRemoved to Columbia, bond, and continue-- as treasurer of we have enjoyed more than can be from his cards, or the fallen from a S Schabelitz Oil Company, N. county for the term ''named pils of Campbellsville, who have been stated in a few words; and shall be a hours, E. 3fcfe of shame. It never found a man .Adair Well No. 3 on Clint Keen farm, is in above -- course 'orrjrutal In life and C. H Campbell, who was born blessing and benediction to us in the Mr. in training by Prof. Geo. Turner. character, and reported to be a good one; Rich- This is a play that will please and tha and reared near Creelsboro, and was days and months to come. We pray and made of him a"kind husband and Salesman Wanted. ) 1 on the J. M. one of the best and most enterprising for you as a church of the Great ardson & Goff, well No. town of Columbia should turn out and father. It never went into heathen Radford farm, came in good and is ba entertained. The price of admiscitizens of Russell county, removed American Christian church a peculiar lands among the morally depraved Drilling operaSell Oil, Grease, Paint,- - Specialties. sion vlll be 25c with his wife andi.wo children to near and special blessing, ''and upon your being on the pump. .and lifted them. out of their degradaAjl or part time. Commission basis.' Columbia last Wednesday. He is oc city and whole community we beg tions there are.Kajh, Walkeir&rKash, tion to high state of civilization. It For Sale or Rent. Should have car or rig. Samples free. cupying the Henry Mullinlx residence that God's richest grace may descend well No 3 on the Jake Radford farm; has never written down languages, Write for the profitable terms. near the Fair Gounds, which he pur- and here abide. And humbly inter- Scnabelitz Oil Company,.starting well Good 8 room house, two halls, translated literature or prepared textClinf) Keen tract, arRefining Co.f; chased some weeks ago. Mr. Campbell cede for you all that prosperity, joy No 4, on the books, or planted schools, or establishveranda and porch, good outbuildings, 1 on the Cleveland, Ohio.' and family are valuable acquisitions and "the peace" that passeth under-- , ranging to start well No. two acre lot, located on Campbellsville ed seminaries cr colleges. It has nevRichardson & Goff farm; to. this community and we are glad standing may be yours, through;flches Morrison er founded hospitals for the sick or street, below Columbia cemetery. Can M.Ead-for- d The Victory Medal. . that theyhave come to live among us of grace in Ohrist Jesus the Great will start well No, 2 on the J. homes for the helpless What disgive possession at once,. Phone 181-part of this week; tract the latter Campbelf owns a great deal of Head of the Church. Mr. ,, W. H. Jones, coveries has it made? Has it added The yietory Medal Is for service teritory in the Creelsboro OH Field, - Southern Oil & Refining Company are Rev. H. S. Hudson, 23-- tf Columbia, Ky. anything to human happiness? Does y well No, 5. located France or the United States. and he informs tne News that a good Committee on Resolutions.. drilling deeper in bring one ray of comfort to the eltherin it on the Russ Gilbert farm. Col: L. B. Hurt, who was herefrom Those who engaged in battles or in well was brought.in lasr. week!. " chamber of death? The religioruof Do hot fail to "See "She Stoops to week, told us when he occupation of a Defensive Sector The first shipment of oil by the. Montlcello, last Jesus has done this, and more, too. the Lindsey-Wilso- n Conquerr" at next "place that; Dr. J. N. Paget Special Notice. aje given, attached to the Medal, Southern.Oil & Refining Company is left for this i'The tree Jslsnown by its fruits." Saturday night. him "You can tell the citiclasps bearing the name of the battles due to leave Bakerton today. ' An un- - said to ' "f zenship of Columbia that.1 will invada serving in " I have goneout of business, and all orDfefet si ve Sector;-thos- e J looked for delay in shipment has beeq Records JJave Arrived. Take Notice. town In the month of May." a foreign country but not participat- persons indebted to me are requested due to the inability ef the Refining their ing in any battles, a claspv with the to pay at once My business must be Come this week to make your se- Company to complete transportation Doubtless, he wants to be here while All farmers who have wheat at name of country, and those serving settled.. disc talking machine arrangements as soon as expected, but the roses are in. bloom and old familiar lection Farmers, Mill Co , will please call and only in the United States, the Yic- - I also have two touring Ford. cars,' records. JDo not let this opportunity they are now fully equipped with lawns are looking the sweetest. Where very get their Hour and brand The mill Itbry Medal without sclasp. To secure one almost new, which, are for sale, at et by you." a fleet of bar- he comes he Is going to look their own tow boat-an- d T G Rasner & Son. gliding over our sidewalks, will shortly go into the hands of theft ha medal it Is only necessary for the a bargain. ges fitted with steel tanks and they natural, twirling his magic wand. new firm, and business now with the Rex service roan to present his dis James Hoy. Accidentally Hurt. are prepared to handle oil in large , Id firm must be closed. charge or an extract prepared on quantities and promptly. G.-24 4t Smith, Colored Man Dead. To Our easterners. form for that purpose, to the Victory Last Tuesday about the noon hour, Machinery and equipment for the X .Medal Officer, and sign an applica Alien Frankum and Milton Murrell, refinery to be built at Creelsboro by The accounts of Nell & Cheatham tlon. ble Medal will be mailed him' Bram Jones, a colored man who was two small boys, were coming down the The Levy. the J. E. Carnahan Oil Company, Can- are now la the hands of Mr. W. A. from Philadelphia. IrTall cases the in very good circumstances, died at Lindsey-Wilsohill on one bydcle. ton, Ohio, is now on the ground and CQffey and Mr. G. H. Nell for collecGadberryv last Wednes When about half way down the ma- N"The following Is the levy made fqr discharge or extract will be returned his homev-jnea- r i. ..1r .1 nrniflnrr fVia nlanf will Via tion. Those that fail, to settle 1st gr w.www & WW fV nnrt rtklnn CTonn txin n UUU uoo VlIDfl at once to the applicant. day night. He was about sixty-fiv- e U11IUO K'0 TIC., UUJ. ky the Fiscal Court, last week: completed, as the month of April, suit will bfr years old and 'was very industrious. violently thrown to the ground. Mil- pushed to the limit and T It Mteta advalorem. brought, as-- the business must ba FARM WANTED; Wanted to As a. result of his industry he left a" ton was consUeraoly bruised about the speedily as possible. tfesrto read tax. Settlement can be made at lelosedheaff rbm owner oLfarm or good land farm and other property amounting head, knees and elbow. He was carMte aeheol tar. Stanley, j the store er Mr.Cdff ey's.ofice. ' :for sale for fall delivery. . to avery good estate He is survived ried home and his wounds dressed, and Breed to the beet, my Jack, Mil. rv -' t :p " '. H.D. Murray. at.thistime he is about well. ;?- v r 26-ti Jnnafi. Rot SSI. niriav. TIL by i htalle- aad several chlMrea jPvil : a-- - the Summon? in Lwisville SaBjfartam Lasj Answer Local Advisory Board r Proposed. At Glasgow Depot Total Twelve ent . -- M.-Alle-n. Dan-Tille- one-blac- I. at e - y e V - -- lf Jr-t- . t.' recharg-Ing.Ueborin- Oxy-Acetyle- ne -- n - i , . V very-generou- s n v25-3- t. -- E. le I B. Weil-Know- n -- n TOOI-O- ..... . - . - -- - 3t "", 24-2- - t S .-"- J ill tl 2 adairscounty; news This H duimsniriiTTTTxnzixxri H v N ie The you I" jchafflng,,cr the 1 guna Grande manager. "Occasionally eyed Bryce" curiously but without animus, and presently he flashed the latter a Hghtnlag wlak, as If to say: "What a fool Sexton Is to oppose good-nature- d Rondeau," Bryce hailed the cheerfully, "I see you have Quite recovered from that working over I gave you some time ago. No the hard feelings, I trust. I shouldn't care to have that job to do over again. You're a tough, one." "By gar, she- don' pay for have hard feelings wlz you, m'sleur," Rondeau answered bluntly. "We have one fine fight, but" he shrugged "I don jvant By PETER B, KYNE some more." He approached. Bryce 'and lowered his voice. "For one month Authof of "Cappy Ricks I am no good all ze tarn. We don' fight some more, m'sleur. And I have feel astanme' for' dose Black Minorca H feller. Always wlz him eet is ze knife rxixxxsxxxxxnxxuxizxxxxa or ze club and now eet is ze rifle. Copyright by Peter B. Eyne Cochon I W'en I fight, I fight wlz what le bon DIeu give me." N "You appear to have a certain code, SYNOPSIS. after all," Bryce laughed. "I am Inclined to like you for. it. You're sporty CHAPTER in the California in your way, you tremendousscoun-drell- " sedwood region, John Cardigan, at lorty-ereis the leading citizen of Sequoia, gamer of mills,. ships and many acresDf "Mebbeso," Rondeau suggested hopetatber, a widower after three years of i jiarried fully, "M'sleur likes me fOf woods-boss?- " life, and father of , VALLEY of "Well-- woods-bos- s GIANTS - oneer n, " - Bryce Cardigan. two-day-o- ld tta acquaintance to Sequoia, CHAPTER IL At fourteen Bryce makes of Shirley Sumner, a visnington? Is- he tired of you?" iter and his Junior by a few. The color mounted slowly to the Tears. Together they visit the Valley of. the Giants, sacred to John Cardigan and woods bully's swarthy cheek. "Madeson as the burial place of Bryce's Us moiselle Summair, he's tell me pretty another, and part with mutual regret soon he's goin' be boss of Laguna 'CHAPTER HL While Bryce is at college John Cardigan meets with heavy Grande an' stop all thees fight An! fcuslness losses and for the flrst time views w'en Mademoiselle, he Is In the saddle, the future with uncertainty. good-by- e Jules Rondeau. Thees coun CHAPTER IV. After graduation from try I like him. I feel sad, M'sleur, college, and a trip abroad, Bryce Cardigan comes home. On the train he meets to leave dose beejr trees." He paused, Shirley Sumner, on her way to Sequoia to looking rather wistfully at Bryce. , "I her home sakePennington. there with her uncle, am .fine woods-bos- s for somebody," Bryce learns that his CoL father's eyesight has failed and that Col. hopefully. Pennington Is seeking to take advantage of "You think Miss Sumner dislikes the old man's business misfortunes. CHAPTER V. In the Valley of the you then, Rondeau?" Giants young Cardigan finds a tree felled "I don tlieenk. I know." He sighdirectly across his mother's grave. Indied; his huge body seemed to droop. cations are that it was cut down to secure burl, and evidence seems to show that "I am out of zee good luck now," he 3enn!ngton and his woods-bosJules murmured bitterly. -- ''Everybody, she Uondeau, are Implicated In the outrage. Again ..he hate Jules Rondeau." CHAPTER VL Dining with Col. Pensighed. "Dose beeg trees I In Quebec nington and-h- ls niece, Bryce Snds the we have none. In zee woods, M'sleur, with redwood burl, confirming his suspicions of "Pennington's guilt I feel here I" And he laid his great In a diplomatic way, unpercelved by Shirley, the two men declare war. CHAPTER VIL Pennington refuses to renew his logging contract with the Cardigans, believing nls action means bankruptcy for the latter. Bryce forces Rondeau to confess he felled the tree in the Valley of the Giants, at Pennington's r. After punishing the man, Bryce hurls him at CoL Pennington, who, with Shirley, had witnessed the fight Pennlng-Jto- n is humiliated, and the girl, indignant, orders Bryce to leave her and forget their friendship. He leaves, but refuses to accept .dismissal CHAPTER "VHI. Returning to Sequoia, the train on which Shirley, her uncle, and Bryce are traveling, breaks away from the locomotive, and Bryce, who could have escaped, at the risk of his life cuts out the caboose and saves them from certain death, being painfully Injured in doing so. s, room-panele- d V or--e- "Why, what's the matter with Pen- , " ' nington the Valley of the Giants, but the Colonel, confident the property must soon be bis through the bankruptcy of his enemies, contemptuously refuses. Unknown to her uncle, Shirley buys the Valley and the Cardigans have a new lease of business life. They Interest capital and decide on a scheme to parallel Pennington's logging railroad. CHAPTER X. Buchanan Ogilvy, railroad contractor and Bryce's college friend, la decided on by the Cardigans as the man to figure as the builder of the proposed railroad. Bryce goes to San Francisco to meet him. CHAPTER XL Ogilvy ostentatiously begins work of surveying for the line, which is announced as a proposed through route. Pennington, vaguely alarmed, decides to block operations by making It Impossible to secure a franchise for the line through Sequoia. In this he plans to enlist the aid of the mayor, Poundstone. CHAPTER XIL "Buck" Ogilvy, as builder of the projected Northern California & Oregon railroad, meets Molra. McTavish and Is mjich Impressed. Bryce and his father make plans for securing a franchise for the line from the city council. CHAPTER XIII. Ogilvy. in a business Interview, favorably Impresses the Mayor, son as atand later engages torney for the new road. Through him they obtain the temporary franchise. Pennington, finally convinced that the Cardigan Interests are behind the scheme, sets to work to. balk them. CHAPTER XIV. Pennington refuses Bryce the use of a Jocomotlve 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 sight Pennington hears the Cardigan tracklaylng crew at work and hurries to that-ofllcia- l's a McTavUlr, CHAPTER DC-M- olra rneua or Bryce and employed In his office, makes Shlrleys acquaintance and Jthe two become friends. Needing money badly, John Cardigan offers to sell Penchlla-Boo- Colonel Pennington's discovery at San Francisco that Bryce Cardigan had stolen his thunder and turned the bolt upon him, was the hardest blow Seth Pennington could remember having received throughout his thirty-od- d years of give and take. He was too old and experienced a campaigner, however, to permit .a futile rage 'to cloud his reason; he prided himself upon being a foeman worthy of any man's steel. On Tuesday he returned to Sequoia. something." know Sexton related to him in detail the events which had transpired since his ,v.i.n.iu omuj6w vuuiciuyiuuus- - departure-- , but elicited nothing more ly, turned, and with a sweep of his great arm indicated to his men that than a noncommittal grunt "There Is one more matter, sir, which they were to" go; then, without a backwill doubtless be of Interest to you," ward glance to see that they followed, Sexton apologetically. "Miss the woods boss strode away In the Sumnercontinued me on called direction of jthe Laguna Grande mill. yesterday and Instructedthe telephone me formally Arrived at the mill office, he entered, to notify the board of directors of the took down the telephone, and called Laguna Grande company of a special up Shirley Sumner. meeting of the board, to be here "Mademoiselle," he said, "Jules at two o'clock this afternoon.held view In Rondeau speaks to you. I have for of-tImpossibility of communicating you zee good news. Bryce Cardigan, with you while you were en route, I she puts In the crossing-toda- y. One to her wishes. Our man of the law she comes from San conformed as you know, stipulate that no meetFrancisco with papers, and M'sleur ing of the board shall be called withSexton say to me: 'Rondeau, we are out formal written notice to each diwhip. Deesmess your men.' So I have rector mailed twenty-fou- r hours previs deesmess doze men, and now I """ ously." myself. Mebbeso blmeby I go you Sex"What the devil to work for M'sleur Cardigan. "For ton, by conformingdo to mean, her wishes? Mademoiselle I have no weesh to make Miss Sumner is not a director of this trouble to fire me. I queet I will company." Pennington's voice was not fight dose dirty fight some more. harsh and trembled apprehensively. Au revoir, mademoiselle. I go." "MissSumner controls forty per And without further ado he hung cent of the Laguna Grande stock, sir. up. I took that into consideration." "What's this what's this?" Sexton "You lie I" Pennington all but demanded. You're going to quit? screamed. "You took Into consideraNonsense, Rondeau, nonsense 1" tion your, job as secretary and general "I will have my time, M'sleur," said manager. Damnation I" Jules Rondeau. "I go to work for a He rose and commenced pacing up man. Mebbeso I am not woods boss and down his office. Suddenly be for heem, but I work." paused. Sexton still stood beside bis MTou'll have to wait until the Coldesk, watching him respectfully. "You onel returns? Rondeau." fool!" he snarled. "Get out of here 1 will have my time," said Jules and leave me alone." Rondeau patiently. Sexton departed promptly, glancing "Then you'll wait till pay day for at his watch as he did so. It lacked It, Rondeau. You know our rules. Ave minutes of two. He passed ShirAny man who quits without notice ley Sumner In the general office. waits until the regular pay day for "Shirley," Pennington began In a his money." hoarse voice as she entered his office, Jules advanced' until he towered di- "what is the meaning of this directrectly over the manager. "I - tol ors meeting you have requested?" M'sleur I would have my time," he "Be seated, Uncle Seth," the girl repeated once more. "Is M'sleur answered quietly. "If you will only be deaf In ze ears?" He raised his right quiet and reasonable, perhaps we can hand, much as a bear raises its paw.; dispense with this directors' meeting his blunt fingers worked a little-- and which appears to frighten you so." there was a smoldering fire in his promptly, a look of reHe dark eyes. lief on his face. Without further protest Sexton "I scarcely know how to begin, Uncle opened the safe, counted out the wages due, and took Rondeau's re- Seth," Shirley commenced sadly. "It hurts me terribly to be forced to hurt ceipt "Thank you, M'sleur," the woods you,but there doesn't appear to be boss growled as he swept the coin . Into his pocket "NowI work, for M'eieur Cardigan; so, M'sleur, I will have zee switch engine weeth two 'lat cars and zee wrecking car. Doze Jam trash on zee crossing M'sleur Cardigan does not like, and by gar, 1 You onderstand. take heem away. M'sleur? I am Jules Rondeau, and I work for M'sleur Cardigan. La la. M'sleur!" The great hand closed lver Sexton's collar. "Not zee pistol -- no, not for Jules Rondeau." Quite as easily as a woman dresses. French-Canadian. Grande Lumber company's employ -thanks-to Mr. Ogilvy's foresight; so it Is useless to try" to beat this game ' on a technicality." Sextont who still lingered, made a gesture of surrender. "Dismiss your crewN Rondeau," he ordered. "We're whipped to a frazzle." A gleam of pleasure, not unmixed with triumph, lighted the dark eyes of the "I tol' M'sleur Sexton she cannot fight M'sleur Cardigan and win," he said simply. "Now mebbe he believe that Jules Rondeau CHAPTER XVIII. "LEE ST:it One Way to Cut the n your old furniture with Hanna's Lustro-FinisThis famous renewer will produce results that will delight you. It will bring out all the charm of newness in whatever it is applied to. h. !qi$MF i$ he Save the price of new furniture, by refinishing i I by-law- s, s dees-mes- HANNA'S LTJSTRO FINISH is also excellent for floors and woodwork, and the thousand and one small jobs of so often needed about the home. It is made to wear. Sold By ng DAVIS HARDWARE CO. ' IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY - SLIPPING? Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if More Womei Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Much Sickness and Worry. Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, of this place, relatesthe following interesting account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the world, and when joi feel that gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That is what I did some time ago when I found myself in a condition of very nervous, health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feel so weak I would have to set it down before I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost impossible to accomplish. "1 was . . . nervous and easily upset. run-down sat-dow- - ' I couldn't rest well at night and was . . just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after reading 1 decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it . . "In a very short while after I began Home Treatment I saw an improvement and it wasn't long until I was-al-l right good appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my house work. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as lean recommend Cardui and gladly do so, for if more women knew, it would save a great deal of worry and sickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands of other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince you that it trying. All druggists sell it the-Card- i th "W'en I Cut Your Beeg Trees, M'sleur, I Feel Like Hell." calloused, hairy hand over his hearE r"W'en I cut your beeg trees, M'sleur, "That Infernal gorilla of a man is a poet," Buck Ogilvy declared. "I'd think twice before I let him get out of the country, Bryce." "'Whose salt he eats, his .song he sings,'" quoth Bryce? "I forgive-you- , Rondeau, and when I need a woods-bos- s like you, I'll send for you." deputy United States marshal arrived in Sequoia. Upon the advice of Buck Ogilvy, however, he made no attempt At eleven o'clock Saturday night the I feel like hell." at service that night, notwithstanding the fact that Jules Rondeau and his CHAPTER. XV. Bryce and Ogilvy disregard Pennington's frenzied remonstrances and continue work, but the ColoneI gets word to the Mayor and also employs a desperado to shoot Bryce. Bryce Is wounded. "Work on the track is stopped by the chief of police. Shirley accuses her uncle conniving at the murder of Bryce, and the Colonel leaves for San Francisco to safeguard his Interests through further legal proceedings. -e-- f the spot "There's your meat, marshal," he announced. The marshal approached Events followed each other with re- and extended toward Sexton a copy freshing, rapidity. While the crew of of the. restraining order. The latter jthe big locomotive on the crossing struck. It aside and refused to accept "busied themselves getting up steam, it whereupon the deputy marshal tap-pe-d .Eexttra and Jules Rondeau tolled at him on the shoulder with it. - ,the loading of the discarded boiler and "Tag! You're out-- of the game, my Jbeavy castings aboard two flat cars. friend," he said pleasantly. As the document fluttered to SexjBy utilizing the steel derrick: on the" .company's wrecking car, this task was ton's feet, the latter turned to Jules Rondeau; completed by noon, and after luncheon "I can no longer take !the mogul backed up the xnain line charge here, Rondeau," he explained. fadst the switch Into the Laguna "I am forbidden to interfere." Grande yards "Jules Rondeau can do ze job," the the switch c .engine kicked the two flat cars and the woods-bos- s replied easily. "Ze law, 'wrecking car out of the yard and down she have not restrain' me. I guess, ito the crossing, where the obstructions mebbeso, you don' take dose theehgs V were promptly unloaded. The police away, eh, M'sleur Cardigan. Myself, "watched the operation with alert Inter- - I Jak see." The deputy marshal handed Ronbut f orebore to interfere In this d closing of a public deau a paper, at the same time showing his badge. "You're out, too, my !To Sexton's annoyance and secret friend," he laughed.' "Don't be fool' " 99tehenslon, Bryce ' Cardigan and Ish to try to buck the law. If yQudo, IBack 6rilvy promptly appeared' on the I shall have to place a nice little pair jscene, both very cheerfal and lavish of handcuffs on you and throw yoa In iwith expert advice as' to the best jail and if you resist arrest, I shall to afeoot ye, r, have oae of . Jsetfeod of expediting .the job la haad. these little restraining orders for ,,' JT Bryce's surprise Jales Uoadeas d o take stcref eBjoyroentef $yery man to Jhe Lagans -- J CHAPTER XVII. bullies still guarded the crossing. At eight o'clock Sunday morning, Cardigan "drove him down to the crossine. Buck Ociiw was al ready there with his men, superintending erection of a huge derrick close to the heap of obstructions "placed on the crossing. Sextonwas watching him uneasily, and flushed as Ogilvy pointed him out to the marshal. ce baby, be gagged Sexton vjth Sex on's own handkerchief, laid him pent ly on the floor and departed, locking the door behind him and taking thr key. At the corner of the building where the telephone line "entered the office, he paused, jerked once at tho wire, and passed on, leaving the brok en ends on the ground. ln the roundhouse he found thi switch engine crew on duty, waitin; The with for steam in the boiler. as drawal of both locomotives,-bri- ef had been their absence, had caused a glut of logs at the Laguna Grande landings, and Sexton was catching up with the traffic by sending the switch engine crew out for one tralnload even though It wasSunday. The crow had been used to receiving orders from Rondeau, and moreover they were not aware of his recent action; hence at his command they ran tho 'switch engine out of the roundhouse, coupled up the two flat cars and the wrecking car, and" backed down to the Upon arrival. Jules Ron crossing. deau leaned out of the cab" window and hailed Bryce. "M'sleur," he said "do not bozzer to make 'zee derrick I have here zee wrecking car all yoa need ; pretty soon we lift hlnf off zee crossing, I tell you,- - eh, M'sleur Cardii J. 7S Here's Paint That Is Paint When we went after paint this year, we went after good paint, pure paint real paint. Nothing else is good enough for the good neoDle of this community. Out of all paints we deJ cided to handle the famous ill i "I Cannot. Financial Affairs in the Future." any other way out of It I cannot trust you to manage my financial affairs in the future this for a number of reasons, the principal one being " "Young Cardigan," he Interrupted in a low voice. "I suppose so," she answered, "although I think until very recently that it was those sixteen townships of red cedai? that crown grant -- In British Columbia In which you induced me to Inyest four hundred thousand dollars. You will remember that you purchased that timber for-m- e from the Caribou Timber company, Limited. You said It was an unparalleled Investment Quite recently I learned no matter-hothat you were the princi pal owner of the Caribou Timber com- pany, Limited! Smart as you are, somebody swindled you with that red cedar. It was a wonderful stand of timber so read the cruiser's report but fifty per- - cent of It despite its greeh and flourishing appearance, Is hollow-butte- d I And the remaining fifty per cent of sound timber cannot be logged unless the roltten timber Is logged also and gotten out of the way. w Trust You to Manage My fiBil58 isllirfIB -- Jt jklgh-hande- thor-'JeMhfar- e. lve -- able-bodie- gan?" Bryce stepped over to the switch engine and looked up at his late' enemy, "By whose orders is this train """ here?" he queried. "Mine," Rondeau v quickly answered. "M'sleur Sexton I have tie like one leetle pig and lock her in her office. I work, now for M'sleur," And he did. He waited not for a confirmation from his new master but proceeded to direct operations like the born driver and leader of men that he was. With his late employ er"s gear he fastened to the old castings and the boiler, lifted them with the derrick on the wrecking car, and swung them up and around onto the flat cars. By the middle of the afternoon the crossing was once more clear. Then the Cardigan crew fell upon If while Jules Rondeau rn the train hack to the Laguna Grande yards, dismissed his crew, returned to the mill office, and released the manager. "You'll pay through the nose for this, you scoundrel," Sexton "Til fix jou, you traitor." "You feex nothing. "M'sleur Sexton?" Rondeau replied imperturbably. "WJw you jap? Is witness Jules Readeau-tl- e Somebody me job, no? I gaeas'yoB-don- ' feex me. Sacrel I guw yoa km' try." -- because ve know that it is real ""naint. made of the uurest white lead, zinc and. linseed ' oil, scientifically-grounand mixed, ready for you to put on with a brush. Any color or m III ill I years' guarantee and twenty-fiv- e n of its makers, the reputation firm of Hampton, Crane &Ramey Go., Incorporated, Louisville, JLly. flnmft in and set a free color chart. See us for everything in the paint line, well-know- tint in any quantity you may want. This famous paint is backed by theNiron-cla- d I W i i ffll ill p- B varnishes, brushes, etc. - And spells bankruptcy." I am Informed that logging if JPA.TJL3L DKUG CO. ti whimpered. She gazed at him steadily, but without malice; his face crimsoned and then paled; presently his glance sought the carpet While he struggled to formulate a verbal defense against her accusation Shirley continued : "You1 had erected a huge sawmill and built and equipped a logging road before yoa discovered, you had been So, la order to save as swindled. mack as possible from the wreck-- , yen decided te unload yoer white elephaat OB somebody else. I was the, readiest CeBthyod ea Face 6. "V Perhaps the Germans think it An optimist is an auto driver who doesn't carry a spara tire. was worth' 10,000,000 marks to A pessimist is a driver who car- get the Kaiser out of the country. ries two. A correspondent asks if- D' Those film magnates are foinsr Annusio's front nam im't pro- to provide food for aUrrioK nounced "GabwelL" That's hear Eurofean children witk ml - -- 1 -- ' aoub., "j - mboty. ., 1 M. -- i. V e - .. f .j? " L; pjgon'gg, v-- r .. ., t rt A4. s liHETW YEARS IN KAKSAi. thing:inArkariiM comes to the horn except mosquitoes. BY K. W. ALLEN. We. will now return to the Sessions Hotel, where Eunice The one of most interest to me and I had stopped for the 1st would be the farm that I had night as I told you before. come all the way down here to Next morning we. were up soon see and trade for, if it appealed and after we had enjoyed a 3; ' to me and it did appeal to me breakfast of the best menu that rO. when I looked over it. the next Arkansas affords, which consists day and traded for it. I will of razor back bacon, corn bread, "' now describe this farm to you. sorghum molasses and black cofnow to supply My farm consists of 150 acres. fee, ending up with fried apple and boys men, Ark$iws originally a farm of . 60 pie, made of old fashioned r ; acres, but Little Ribe got on a ansas sun dried apples, seasoned with have an immense; stock" and new high once upon a time and took to suit the taste. Mr. Sessions off 10 acres of my land and I in ordered out his old hoopy and daily. can you in price's. you. need any turn, took the river or that is 10 he, Eunice and I started out to acres of the river and it is full of see the sights and' the first of rthine: in once.- - line, call big catfish, then Thave 40 acres greatest interest was the. farm, ; -. in cultivation, on which I grow which I' have afore described, corn, cotton and cuckle burrs in and after spending a little time, abundance. Then I have 16 trying to land some of those big ;. JIT. -. "" - ' acres in black berry briars yield- cat fish of which I have spoken. " " " -" :"-- ' -.- ". ' t 0: ' ' ' ing fruit sufficient for the town We did land one but not of the - ,'" r-r e w s.rsr of Winthrop and .adjacent vicin- biggest size, but was big enough 1I v ity and I have 94 acres in timber to prove my assertion in regard yet too be cleared. The timber to them trying to climb the stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. I bought them consists of sweet gum, black bank coming to the horn because gtim and cypress principally, but this fish that we landed there .. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. as I did not move down to that and then did not have a scale on also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. country immediately, (till 1 year his lielly having as we concluded if afterward). I employed me an worn them all off trying to climb who was immune the bank coming to the horn. Arkansan, jzj.: chills, to farm this land for It being near the noon hour, we from me on the shares. I furnished returned to the hotel to enjoy a the teams and tools, team con- dinner such as none can prepare mule except an Arkansan lady, and sisting of a broken-legge- d and tools consisting of a Georgia she knowing that we were from tft'if stock. He did all the work and Kansas, where vegetables are the proceeds. I mostly unknown, had prepared gave one-hadid more to encourage him. I especially a vegetable dinner, 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. furnished him some razor back consisting of cabbage and kale, Rid-Tr- ig hogs to"eat the acorns and hick- turnips, sweet and Irish potatoes, LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. and walking plows, all kinds ory nuts that were rotting on okra, radishes, lettuce, on the ground in great abundance, ions, leek and garlic, and many It matters not what you heed on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. and also to help him out I fur- other things too tedious to mennished some brindle cows to eat tion and of course this dinner the switch cane which was In was enjoyed very much for us great abundance just outside of not be used to vegetables and my fence. Now, this Arkansan after dinner was oyer, we startwas to look after myrazor back ed out to explore other fields, all hogs and my brindle cows for the' while carrying our. kodak and -He did snappy pictures where opportunone-hathe increase. not have to feed them anything ity was favorable and after but just keep an eye on them spending that day (1st day), and and keep them gentle which is the next taking in everything of the great secret In raising razor special interest, we decided to back hogs, as .he knew better pack our grip and start for Kanjthatf I did. So I let him choose sas, but the night before we his way of doing that, and this started for Kansps (that being is the plan that be adopted. He the 3rd night in Arkansas) I " would work until about 4 o'clock heard of a hig "nigger meeting" read his text. I forpret now just and refraining from being antag p. m., and then he would un- there in Winthrop, proposed to what it was, but if memory onistic as to the teachings otl mule my daughter, Eunice, that I serves me right, it was hitch his broken-legge- d other denominational bodies, exthis "Every tub stands cept and take him to the stable and wanted her to go with me to the where it is necessary to feed him. Then he would go in- nigger meeting as I many times on its own bottom." yHe began speak the truth. ,The meetings to the shack, (that is what they back in my boyhood daysx in old his discourse with a few prelim were largely attended at every MORAN & LOWE call little houses where they Kentucky had been to nigger inary remarks and then he A Sanitary Shop, wherb both Satisfactlonand gathering and an unsual interest batch while cultivating the crops meetings and knowing the effect launched out into one of the bigGratlficatioo are Guaranteed. manifested.Commonwas down on the river; and reach up that the spirit frequently had on gest discussions that I ever had wealth, Somerset. Give lis a Trial and be Convinced. in the loft and pull down a Tex- the .'nigger" during their big heard froma nigger or white X as cow horn, about 3 feet long, revivals would be of much inter- man. He carried his audience Mr. McChesney's Candidacy. of the door of est to her, she not having had from the garden of Eden to Parand just step-ou- t The announcement by H. V. the shack and bepin making the opportunities as I had of at- adise restored,showing to his auMcChesney, of the Frankfort The Democratic party is now some of the best music one ever tending nigger meetings, she dience conclusively that man is bar, of his intention to become a in opposition both heard. It would sound some- consented to go. Supper being responsible for his own sins. in the nation candidate for the Democratic and in the State. To thing like the following: Toot, oyer and our grips packed and to' be continued. nomination for the lower branch itself it is necessary Toot, nothing else on our minds, we Toot, for it to put Used Years of the Kentucky Legislature forward, the.bestmen After a while you walked down to the nigger meet T . available. Revival Closes. from the Frankfort district, is an McChesney's nomination an old cow low away ing house and being a little late could hear will be event of Statewide importance, a fine beginning. coming the crowd having all gathered off in the bottom. She is If twenty Rev. W. G Montgomery, pas- and may mean that the leaders such men occupied most are nominated this to the horn. He continues as earlier than we, tor of the First Christian church, of the Democratic party in the year not only will the Democratabove and directlv you hear hogs all the pews There was an a" very successful ten days State are to succeed in their ic candidates carry the State grunting.-Th- ey are coming to empty seat just on the right of closed revival meeting last night. He plans of sending to the State with ease, but the party may the horn. He continues as above the door. We occupied it for 2 ..MJiHkMH be t " r rOCiV"-c-st srt miliAil Legislature next year the best assured w""uu" The Woman's Tonic of such wise handling tf and you hear an old hound howj. good reasons. Onewasasabove'""11 the aid of an evangelist from representation in many years. State problems at Frankfort that He is coming to the horn. He stated and the other was from Mr. McChesney will, we" learn, will make the election of a Demoelsewhere and the meetings reSold Everywhere continues as above tooting his choice, knowing, from past sy sulted in a general spiritual probably be nominated without cratic Governor two years hence the effect the soirit had and now I will have to exhorn mem- - opposition, and, as the .district is an easjr matter.- - Louisville Post. his shack or on those niggers, that it would, awakening of the entire plain further that bership of the local congregation overwhelmingly Democratic, will The Reds and Poles promise TJttle house is situated, right on be safer to be close to the door. souls were ad- certainly be elected. In point of the league and thirtg-eiganother year of war. the bank of the river, that is my Everything being ready the ded to the church, many of ability, of character and experiJLJLJ Pen is mightier than the sword; river. He continues preacher arose and sang a new whom came" confessing their ence in public affairs he is emin10 acres of Veterisary Surg ew and Bwitfe s of . however, the ballot- - outclasses Special attention to toot and you heara splashing tsongas ioiiows: 1 am bound Savior, others placing their ently qualified for this workarid slven Disease Domestio Animals membership in the local church. the fact that he is willing to both. in the water just over the bank ior the Promise Land" and after Office at" H&A ieac. 1 mile of town, Rer. Montgomery 'is a very make the necessary sacrifices to What a man out of a job and look to see what it is and the singing which was done-wit.xastown rod. ta highly encourage forceful speaker, sticking to the a congressional investiTMi wa rreatlv surprised at the "the spirit and the understand- , - gation but a job. preacher arose and P!m teachings of the jwripturts ing. .big; Every BIG -- STOCK .ready F CLOTHING oldmen -.- . - 1 ' Iam young 9 clothing. I receiving 5. supplies . I interest at If Jhis - -- "' -- " -' ;- !,- - - 'J - -- -- - "- - -" --. -- "-. - . . 1" ::iy 'f vcan i-, -1 lf BUGGIES AND WAGONS. at -- lf WOODSON LEWIS J GBJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. i -- some-thinjtli- ke mmmmmm Colun 'bia Barber Shop s - xxxxxxxxxxxmwxxxxxxxxxxx sh -- T-o-o- -t, T-p-o- -t, o-- o-t. S 40 CARDUJ a ex-nerien- ce p ht Tories -- , h wish-e3iD- ot -- I fto-this.wo- rk - 7 light. It it cat fish. ing" the r. -- ,- lolumid, Ky. Sa w V e A t I .s- - - V t ''?.f V .,-- Hf . ' -. :-- -- - X; ?&i Got. E. P. Morrow while addressing the people of Kentucky v We4Besdaj8. PabliskediPa during his campaign for election, Keiytacky,, scored the Democratic party, ftt Golam6ia., --- r r-rt: then in.'pojiferj.on account; of the JE.MURRELL,-- - - Eoitott ki.t. or--. m- rB1UIlllgll ISA 1BIC- - OlUtC IUC. nir.. HAM LETT. ,Mf?S. AfCR row has been in, the raise on over the State amount DeaeentleBnripapudiToiad to tht teterri tfaeCHtrof CelssihUnid th bmsI of Adlr tompre than eighty million dollars. When this announcement was made the woodchuck flew as second "stared at the Columba' high, and as he sailed through aaatl matter. the air he! could be heard to sing, "There is Trouble in the THB ADAIfctfOUNTYiNEWS -- p Wair Gouivty hetfs - -- .. 4. D-AS- Poat-offl- ce WEM. APE. 13.1921. payer. All Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00pery ear Land." No v Subscription PriceClstIanfi"2nd Postal Zona Sm " XSO and PayablerinTAdvance - When the Democratic commit?. teemen are chosen throughout ' State it is believed that one Democratic woman as well as a man will be named for each pre- cinct. for the Derby are already arriving at Churchill Downs, and the Spring 'races which will start in next month, promises to be the most interest-,In-g meeting for many years. Al Field,Sthe noted minstrel, died a. few days. --His. business was to make happylEaudiences. - Hchad a tender heartland great love for his fellowman. May his present abidingr place be the to represent Adair andTaylor counties in the next Legislature has as yet announced." A man of ability and standing?should announce. If a" Republican runs Taylor county is entitled to that candidate; if la Democrat should run he - could comeJfrom - either county. The reasontthat Taylor is entitled to the Republican candidate is, thatTHon. T. K Shifts rof this county) was the last Representative and Taylor county Republicans did notjoppose him. candidate A special from Washington says: President Harding'is not committed to any definite program in regard to a congressional declaration to declare a state of war with Germany at an end. While the president voted for the Knox resolution when he was a member, of the senate.and spoke favorably in regard to it in his address of - acceptance, he is understood to feel there is no occasion-fo- r precipitate action at President's thiB time. The views in regard to the peace program are expected to be made known at the opening of the new congress, which the executive may address in person. In the meantime it has become known that the president and 'his advisors are growing more convinced there is no practical way to consider the Versailles covenant. The Democrats of Casey, Lincoln, Boyle and Garrard are beseeching Hon. Geo. E. Stone, of Danville, to become a candidate for the State Senate. We hope to and trust that he make the race, as he is a man of ability, a very superior lawyer and popular throughout the diswill-consent adopted almost without a change The caller at the White v House must state his business with the latier's secretary, or one of his assistants and those officials will be judges, subjact to 'reference in special cases to the President himself, as to whether the callers will be admitted. Of course there are- objections to this plan. An officer so hedg ed about may not learn things he would very much like 'to know. But even to this there is a fairly satisfactory answer. We often hear that the late Czar of Kus- man, sia was a who was kept . in ignorancehy his ministers of abuses he would have'remedied had he known the facts. But in Russia in those days, aB now, there was a rigid press censorship, and the man who found himself prevent ed by the Czar's ministers from telling his troubles to the Czar, could not obtain a hearing in the press. But it is "different .in America. Let a man with an important State matter fail to secure an audience with the President, and he will find no difficulty in communicating' with the President, and, 6the4, public-- , too, through the medium of the J press. Louisville Post. , well-meaning iithappiest. Col.'Eph Lillard, a n Kentucky Democratic politician, died in Chicago lasfcWednesday. "His remains were shipped to Frankfort for" burial. He was .one of Senator Goebel's body guards at the time the latter was shot well-know- Eld. Wm. Stanley, who was the father of Senator A. 0. Stanley, died suddenly at Frankfort last Friday, the 8th. He was 89 years old. He served m the Con-- f ederate'army, and since the.civil war was "a preacher in theJChris-tia- n Church. He filled the 'pulpit in Columbia upon several different' occasions. People in the rural settlements, papers would ;who take be glad if those publications cease publishing pictures of half dreesed girls. The pictures do not add beauty to the girls, but they brin shame to the .faces of highminded decent .women. Nofgirl adds anything to her standing and beauty by dressing in'tights and sticking her picture in a newspaper. the-dail- y trict. Casey is the largest Republican county in the district, and Mr. Stone lived at Liberty a number of years, and we believe that a large number of the G. 0. P., of that county would suport him, knowing him to be a gentle- Since last Wednesday a reward of one thousand dollars tviII be paid by the Kentucky Bankers Associationjfor the arrest and conviction of eachper-so- n robbing or attempting to rob a bank. If a robber is killed while attempting to lute a' , bank the reward will be paid. For safe blowers a reward of $750 is offered. Four hundred and .twenty banks inJKentucky have signed to pay $2.50 for the above purposes. man of worth and standing. He is one of the best speakers-ithe State, a man of great force. n While the district is cfose, if Mr. Stone should become, a candidate we feel sure that he would be elected. Should he go to the Senate no representative would and command more respect. Men -- of Mr. Stone's ability and character will be needed in the next Senate. SEEING THE PRESIDENT. y Hon. a. V. McChesney, an at- torney at Frankfort, a Democrat known over the State, has announced his candidacy to represent Franklin county in the next legislature. If men of Mr. McChesney 'a standing and ability will get in the fight all over the State, there will be beneficial work done at Frankfort next winter, in the coming race for the. Legislature and for the State Senate, only the beat of " 1 should bt recognized. Mr. Harding began his 'admin- y istration with the theorythat he would see everyone who wanted to see .him. The xperiment broke down. Those who called to see the President without any real business took up-- so much, of the official day tEat doz-eof others, whom the President should have seen, did not get near him. The system used during the two' administrations Wilson will be 0 President -- -e- ns day this week, who is in .a, critical condition. Mr. W. P. Flowers is making some grand improvements on his place in our city, which adds greatly to the looks of His prop erty as well as enhances the , r. value. Mr3 W. E. Hunter and brother are on the marketrior a bunch of stock cattle. Mr. Hunter i spent a day or so in the commu On .'account of ill health, Mr. J. T. Goodman has nity of Keltner this week look-ing af ter.some. been compelled to change climate, and has placed his house We are certainly glad to re- and lot, three acres of land, located on the east side of port that Mr.' J. A. Keen, who the Jamestown Street, "in tle city of Columbia, in our has been in delicate health for a hands for sale. number of years, has gained his strength so that he is able to see DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: This is a two stoafter his farm work. ry frame building with two halls and two porches, the Mr. Herbert Dohoney, of Co- back porch is a double one and is screened from bottom to lumbia, passed through1 here the "top-,- ' has double floors throughout, storm sheeted with. first of en route for building paper, betwheen weather-boardin- g and sheeting, Edmonton looking after some un- dwelling mst newly painted, seventy-fiv- e feet of veranda 's arbund'dwelling, has one grate and one cabinet mantel, finished business. We are proud to make mention has bath room, pantry, milk house, cellar in yard, flower through the News, atthisJfcime pit, wood shed and meat house, good large garden fenced that there is the best lot of nice in with poultry wire, several fruit trees, strawberry patch lots, two fat young lambs that has been 'aiid a few nice grape vines, three other good-sizwells, 'good corn crib, good barn. This is in one of the here for some years. of a mile We are having plenty of can West neighborhoods in. the town, of the two schools, namely the Lindsey-Wilso-n didates now days. We take it fromach from what we can hear on the and the County HighuSchool, concrete walk in 'front of outside, from some of our most dwelling, plenty of good shade and nice lawn. Tnis is a prominent Republicans talk that splendid home, with plenty of ground for cow pasture ect, theirVticket in this part of Adair almost like the country, jyet in town. This advertisement 'i Gradyvillc is all stated and elected, but for will appear only.once in this paper. Anyone interested in or the benefit of those who will be this property will be shown the same by her son, orihel premises; or write, phone or" come to see Quite a'nice lot 1 of fishwere defeated we will not mention the the W. C. Payne Realestate Company, Campbellsville, caught out of Russell Creek by successful one at this time. " Kentucky. our boys this. week. . Mr. W. C. Hill, of Edmonton, Our peach 'crop this season is is spenbing a few days with rela'"'-,. a failure almost. ' tives and friends in this commuProspects fine for a goo'd wheat nity at this time. EAGLE "MIKADO Pencil No. 174 Our farmers during the past CrQP- , .1E1. 111 jijj It:is reported that the tobacco few days of warm weather have nrr.v..in good use of their plants in this section 3 will be have made For Sale .at your Dealer Made in five grades time. Some are done turning ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND short. EAGLE MIKADO Mr. Clarence Wheeler5 started the soil for corn and are now preEAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK paring the ground for planting. for McGregor; Texas, the first of the week with a view of mak- Owing to the scarcity of plants and the low price of tobacco, we ing ihis home. lf take it that there will not be Messrs. Rodgers & Keltner, of of the acreage set in this Keltner, were in this communiqommunity. We must say here ty a fewv days agor looking after that there is the large part of I and buying tobacco, paying from last years crop of the weed in 3Jc to 8c per lb. 10 this community at this time unMr. D.. Blades, one of our sold. It is some of our best to- Best Dress Gingham 15 cents. farmers, is feeding.a bacco if not sold in the near fu-o- n nice bunch of hogs preparatory "ture this tobacco will be put L. spring market. for the the Louisville market. Cane Valley, Kentucky. James Moss spent a few days Pellytonv 'in Columbia with his grandfahis regular appointment at this ters. Our readers will surely ther. G, T. Flowers, last week. Mr. Owen Giles is painting place last Sunday. find a smile or two, and perhaps Uncle Robert 0. Keltner and the residence, of Mrs. Ermine Dr. W. E. Sanders went to some laughs, at the nifty news Uncle Charlie Yates, two of our Jeffries. Louisville last Sunday with Mr. items which the Daily Register oldest citizens, keep' up their usJudge W. S. Sinclair was here S. S. Williams, who has been in bulletins below: ual health. Both are feeble. very bad health for some time. Class in swimming for marDr. Garnettt Miller left us a last Saturday. Hen-soMisses Grace and Bessie . Mr. W. G. Ellis, of Garlin, ried couples will be organized few days ago for Moody, Texas. of Dunnville, were visiting was called to the bedside of his Monday. Ladies' suits furnish-e- d He will wind up his outstanding if Baltimore Sun. business as rapidly as possible, Miss Lva Pelley last Saturday mother, Mrs. Florinda Ellis, who is very sick. , and will return to this place and night and Sunday. The United States Geological v locate permanently. There are quite a. number of Survey urges a campaign of edglad to note that Miss cases of flu at this place. We are More Humor Than News. ucation to induce the American Hattie Lee Willis, who has been Mr. J. R. Sanders, who has people to order their coal in seaconfined to her room for several been in feeble health, isv visiting Some newspapers claim that son. The coal companies, this days with a complication oil his daughter,- - Mrs. William they print all the news that's fit authority says, are quite unable troubles, is improving at this Jonesi '' to print, while others claim that to maintain the necessary places time. Mr. John Erockman attended if its news it appears in their of storage so as to- - be able to Quite a number of ouc citizens countv court at Columbia last publications. Perhaps some of "serve everyone with coal during attended fiscal court at Colum- Monday week. the statements made are a little the thirty days before the win- -, bia. This end of the county is Mrs. Manerva Burton, who extravagant, but our newspa- ter closes in. The demand is deeply interested in the comple- has been in feeble health for pers surely do round up lots of excessive at this season, and tion of the new pike from this some time is improving slowly, interesting news. Some of the prices soar ; whereas it would be place to Columbia and we all and is now visiting her daugh- most important stories appear possible to maintain steady prohope to see it completed during ter, Mrs. H. T. Jones. under scare heads in the columns duction in the mines if domestic year. this of metropolitan dailies, but many consumers would fill their coal Taylor and sister,- - of Mr. Dan Messrs. McKinley Sneed. Law-renof the little items culled from bins in the early spring after West Virginia, who have been Moore, Robert Moore and the pages' of country papers the ending of a winter. This visiting their mother, Mrs. MilGilbert Roach, all of Weed, passshine with brilliancy and humor. has been often said before, and lie Smith, of this place, returned through here one day last The column conductors of the its truth is obvious. But the Wednesday. o ed home last week, headedfor New Castle,-Ind.,tpress of the United States have American people are" not easy to Mr. Wayne Goode, of Casey found some spicy specimens have accept suggestions of this kind, grow up with the' counEvening Post. try,- Success to you boys. Creek, passed through this place found pers here and there. Some, Russell of theeVitems have been screenMr. 0. B. Estes was called to Monday eSroute to A London newspaper says ed" with 8UCC8S in "Topics of President Wilson is expected the bedside of his nephew, joung Springs. Mr. Ettee, atSulptiu Well, rone Out pastor, Rsy. Yaticy, filled the Day" films at popular .the- - there on a ten days' visit Mwy A GOOD HOtJSE - ?1 And 3 Acres of Ground " s FOR SALE In Columbia, Ky. '- -- i ci -- - - the-wee- k. e one-quart- er Mrs-Goodma- n - w& . one-ha- Special Offer. have my New Line of Spring Suits at Reduced Prices for Days. up-to-da- te (1 Smith's Department Store, n, ,- de -- -- f , '.. - .. S -- ..- M "w- y '" 'V ' ".. 3 . THEfttoAHLCOtiNlY-rNEW- ' Mr. TVavta Knst. of finmharlanri 1 Born, to the wife oLFrank Edwards, Paid COMMISSIONER'S SAJ.E. COMMISSIONER'S 5.1 . Mllltown- - on April 3, 1921, a son county, was here last Monday. He stated'thathehad just received word The following are. new, paid subscrlb- - ADAIR CIRCUIT CODRT OF Weight, 10 pounds, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT :x that & brother of his had been killed. l4r. B. J Lyon had business ia an3 renewals since our Issue of lat KENTUGKY OFEENTTJrKTi T have 60 acres of good pasture with Id an auto'wTeek ia Texas. a few days-ago- . -Tuesday. Persia Burton &c Plaintiff, plenty of water. ..See me ft youjrant -- VS Rollln Hurt, J. E. Bosson, C." 0. Nona g; Curry Gdn &c Plaintiff 1 All Royal Arch Masons, in , regular Mr. J. H Stone, of the Jamestown good pasture, Milton Smiley &c Defendant, Petition to standing, are requested to be at the Henson, Mrs. I. C. Pence, J. T, 24-bar, was .herelMonday. Barney Rasner. ). . Adair Circuit Defendant By virture of a Judgment and Onfei' Finis Stotts, Dr. N. M. Hancock,' By virture of a Judgment hallnext Friday nightvat .6:$0. Work' Mr. W. E. Harris was In Louisville and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render-There is a secret monitor in the in Mark Master's degree will be" con- Geo. L. Wolford; Geo A. Smihh, Cor-te- z of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, fender ed.at the March Term thereof, 1SS3,. a day or two of last week.( bosom of every.-mathat tells him ferred. By order of the .High Priest. Sanders. E: L. Eeese, Tyler R edaf'the March Term, thereof, 1921, in the above cause, I shall proceed to Judge Uollin Hurt returned to when he is doing the jight thing and Murrell, Rice & Allen, D. E. Phelps, in the" above cause, I shall proceed to offer or sale at the Court-hous- e cfe&r ' Frankfort lastJSunday night. A Woman Wrote The CahbNewi feel? vice versa. How Tom Judd, Mrs W. E Hancock, E. C "Minn., December ,10, as Follow: offer for sale at the Court-hous"door in Columbia, Ky , to the highest hid! , Mr. Edward Hamlett spent a few O. Cheatham. "IfanysubscribersakwhatyouthinkofRat-SnapMr. Sam S. Williams, of Eunice, i innColumbla, Kyto the highest bid- derj atPublic Auction, of Monday days of last week in Louisville. tell them its the bat rat exterminator I know." Rats went tb Louisville last week with a trcre taking our eggs. oats, corn; had full swing in our McDonald-Colli- ns. der.at. Public Auction, on Monday the 2nd, day of May 1921, at one o'cloc 3V Mr. R. C. Borders was hereTast lor two days and rats have view of going on the operating table 'cellar. I used iUUSitap Threcsizes:35c,65c.tl.25. 2nd,day of May, 1921, at one o'cloOk p. ' M., "or thereabout (beiDg Cr only' ' dearedoutcompletely." A .Wednesday .and Thursday, taking Sold and guaranteed by if the speclalist'thought it advisable. - Miss. ElizabethMcDonaldand Mr m.,or thereabout tjBelngConnty Court) Court-,- upon a credit of six months orders. Paull Drug Co. upon a credit of six months, thabfol- - the following described projtffrr- - to- -' Earl Collins were united in" marriage Dr. Price, :a noted Presbyterian Davis Hardware Company Mr. E. B. McLean, of Louisville; wit: A certain tract of Tuesday, en route to the home of- - lowing described property it travelingjsalesman, was here a day or Minister, will conmence a series of Rev, Clark, pastor, of the Methodist last Ascertain boun'dry of land lying in "in Adair County, Kv., on tfcer waters? the groom s'in Tndfana. The tirfde is meetings, to continue ten days, in two of lastlweek. Church, Somerset, has just closed, an attractive and 'chaining daughter. Adair' County Ky., and bounded and of Sulphur Fork Creek and bounrTsti this place, the fourth Sunday in May t Mrs.. DallasIIQoff and J Miss Maud with the assistance' of the locai pastor, of. Mr. and Mrs. J. W,. McDonald; of described. as'followsBounded on the and described as follows. 'Beftirintogr Powell returned B from Cumberland Mr. Jo Jones, who underwent an a very successful meeting at Camp- near this city, and lias many ;f riends, North by the tends of Mark Wilson, on at a stone corner to L- - W CaSey. '- . ; a mi. Louis- ,. ii county operation for appendicitis, in UBiisvuie. xnBie were over mty con-- i who wish her and husband many hap- th&East by the lands of John Wilson thence with his line N83"W 34 jolts? a. and her daughter ville,, came home last Wednesday. It versions, tnirty-tnrejoining tne py days in their matrimonial life;, and Tom Collins, on the South by the to a Stone corner to same, thenr 1& ""Mrs. Lena Paull The remainder The groom is an industrious young lands of Jim Eoy.'on the West by the 32J W 49 poles to a stone corner to J.- Miss Latitia, .spent several days of is now believed that his health. will be Methodist .Church. restored. Roy containing and 58 R. Caffey (deed) thence up the holloir weut to other Churches. last week in LopJsyllle. farmer and an honest and upright lands of Jim ' , . .j 'l a'cres more of less. Mr. J. E. Ward,editorof the Greens-bur- ... Dr. C. C. Patteson, a prominent N '55i E'44$ poles to a stone cnrotr tjjJ Mr. Harry G. Knipp, a native of young gentleman. They will make For the purchase price, the purchas sale Caffey, thence N44J Yv 25irpoTs? Record, andjj wife, were among dentist of Campbellsville, died.-las- t Metcalfe county, has leased the Co theirihome in Indiana. News .Jourer, with approved surety or securities, to a stone corner-t- o , L. "W. CaiTeji. the delegates to Presbytery. Friday,, .He was a brother of Mrs. lumbia Republican, and is now the nal. must execute Bond, bearing legal in- thence N 85 E passing Junius Gcodfos' The bride is a granddaughter of the Miss Christine JNell, candidate for Lizzie Coffey, who formerly lived in Editor andpublisher of thac paper. terest from the day of sale until paid S.1W. corner at 26 poIe.vnroh5T County Court'Clerk, spent last week Columbia. - He is safcT flPbe a parctical pi inter, late Simon P. Taylor. Adair county. and having ""the force and effect of a length of line 69 poles to a stem sigwith Miss CatherineJNell. and will: also have charge of the Mr, JF.. Patteson carried .mechanical department. Bis Tast liver needs an overhauling Judgment. JBidders will be prepared ner to said Gooden, near the eatern .51- Mrs. Zora Winfrey, whohas been an l. Helen, to benefits are im- to comply promptly with these terms. the road and being his S. E Corneuv daughter.-Mar- y work, so he says, was on the Glasgow with Herbine. Its invalid for a long time, has not been their little mediately apparent. Energy takes W. A. Coffey, Mastesr Commissioner. thence down the road, the meanriezs? Lebanon last Tuesday and had her Times doing extra welljf or several weeks. the place. of laziness, appetite returns, thereof being' the line, S. 13W & tonsils and adenoids removed. They reMrs. JS. B, Miller, Buffalo, New ii COMMISSIONER'S SALE. poles S 29 W. 34 poles S 10 W 32 3& turned next day their 'little daughter Mr. S. E. Shively, who with other and the hour of rest brings with it visiting here for York,, who n citizens of Columbia, purchased a lot sound, refreshing sleep. Price, 90o poles, thence S. 3 W.' 24 Sff selsstsr .feeling all right. two weeks, left oniherlfiomeward jour-neof coal stock in Eastern Kentucky, .re- Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv.1 ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT the beginning, ' containing 2S acrar The automobile line between this ports that nothing of an encouraging--' last Monday. OF KENTUCKY. more or- less. t)P. O.Sr tf unbar, wife' and several place and'Campbellsville is now owned uature comes from the field. About Bank of Columbia Plaintiff, Splendid Offer. For, the purchase price, the pajehas-"-e- r, i, VS F children, Lebanon, visited1 here last exclusively by Tarter 'Bros. & Morgan, $12,000 were invested by oitilens of Fannie Hancock &c Defendant with approved surety or seennr ts&, Saturday andf Sunday. Dr. Dunbar's .they having . purchased Stanley Ep Columbia, and at thia.time itjooks Here is ay proposition we make to By virture of a Judgment and Order must execute Bond, bearing lsp.-person's.onefourtliMn.terest. The con- like the sellers of the stock came here readers who want a city paper, but do of Said mother.also cam .down with him; of Adaif-OlrcuiCourt, renderfrom the day of sale tuotil praSJ "" ! . is private, Amanda-ville- , sideration "Mr. E O. Cheatham, of to steal and they did it not want a daily: ed at the March Term, thereof, 1921 and having the force and efftefc off : j "' Wewiu'furnlsh SSt was here the first of the week, 'the Adair County in the,' above cause, for the sum of you; want a life policy, in an old Bidders will bprys-'-eIf A letter from Mr. E. Lv.FeesBj en and attended' the funeral of Mrs line company, one that pays a good News and thS'Str. ?108.16 and. $441.07 with the interest at to comply promptly with these firros einVktanipint-.tirclosing skVmil ty VIo ,auuaviicuivu wucvo. ivi uiq Mary CheathamlTuesday morning. Globe Democrat for$l'.90.per year, in the rate of 6- per cent per annum from W. A. Coffey Master Commlseffij;8r. company that many of states dividend, a that himself and' family and living in the 19 day of March 1921, until paid, Mr! J. a prominent law- ,oar best financiers are insured injeelecfc are getting along finely. He is Chief Kentucky. yer of Stanford, and Fast Grand Mas- the Connecticult Mutual. . J. E. xMur other States $2.40. and $74,92 costs herein, I shall proceed of Police and city tax collector of the Res. Phone Business Phone ISA ter of the Masonic fraternity of Ken- rell is the local'agent. to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e , town of Berea, and he is a very busy The Twice-a- week Globe Democrat tucky, wastthere Monday, on. legal is ode of the best and newest papers door in Columbia, to the highest bidMrs. O. E. Irvine, sister of Mrs. J. man. He asks that the News be sent business. N published in this county. We do not der, at Public Auction, on Monday the Jr., M.illtdvro.rwas operated to his., address regularly, as himself 2nd, day of May 1921, at one o'clock know now long this proposition will' on forappendicitis, mbtr .lohn's Hos- and family can not will do without it hold good, therefore, if you want the P. M., or thereabout (being County circuit court clerk of Taylor county, a pital, Springfield, HI., a few days ago. -DENTISTDr. C. C. Patteson, a prominent papers, call or send in your subscrip- Court,) upon a credit months, few days ihJIthe Taylor circuit ourt, The operation was a success and the " dentist of CampbellBville, received a tion at once.the following described property, returned from Campb'ellsvllle last patient Js doing well. second stroke of paralysis Monday of A certain tract of land lying in Thursday.?' last week. TJp to last Thursdayjihere Adair County Ky., on the waters of Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTsJj-'HqrJale. .How a Rat Nearly Destroyed v s confined Dr.. O. Pt had been ,no change- - in'hrsr condition Mrs. Lv Bowen's (R. I.) House Casey Creek and bounded and descrid- to his room for.two weeks, was able to For months we wouldn't go into the cellar, fearfor the better. He is a brother of en as follows Bounded on tfie North a- UP STAIRS. ing a. big rat. One night it set our whole kitchen on ride down on'the square last Friday. A car load of fertilizer at Noe's i Mrs Lizzie CoffeyV who some years fire by chewing matches. The next day. we got the by the lands of John Arnold on the hay at. my His wife and sister, Miss Mary, are warehouse. A lob p ugly thing with just one cake." Rats dry ago was a resident of Columbia. Dr. up and leave no smell. Three sizes: 35c, 65c. $1.25. Easjt by the lands of Bell Tucker and now reported quite sick. barn In Columbia. Sold and guaranteed by COLUMBfA, KY 1 Patteson's friends, of this place', trust Jim Parnell.on the South by the lands G. W. Dillon, Mr. Ed Yates, wife and two sons FjuII Erufl Co. that he may recover. ' of Bichard Feese and on the" West by 23t Edgar and Harrol, of Bowling Green, Company DaviSfHardwarc the land of Charlie Walker, containing Last' week upon the statement o'f visited Air. ueo. hi. wen and iamuy a 80 acres more or less pale, Children who have worms are day or 'two of last week, Mrs. Nel four or five different persons, we anPoor Seed Threatened. For the purchase price, the purchassickly and peevish. A dose or two of nounced, that Mr. Curt Yarberry's being a sister of Mr. Yates. wiliyclear er with approved surety or securities, White's'Cream Vermifuge i Miss Edna Chewing, who once made farm was raised, by the Board of Seed corn matured late last fall and must execute Bond, bearing legal inthem out and restore rosy cheeks and Supervisorsf $700 more than he gave her home in Columbia, now employed. unless given special care during the terest from the day of sale until paid cheerful spirits, Price, 35c. Sold by as an accountant in Atlanta, Ga., i v for it. That statement, was incorrect winter will not be as good for seed and having the force and effect of a Adv. Paull Drug Co. visiting at the home of her grand Mr. Yarberry had .listed his farm at thisspring as It should be, according Judgment. Bidders will be prepared Bram Jones, of color, who was $50 per acre, making its valuation at to members of the Soils and Crogs De to comply promptly with these terms. father, "Mr. B. F. Chewnipg. ' Miss Eva Cravens, one of Marion buried last Friday, was the first per- about S9.0C0; and the board raised the partment of the State College or W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. 812,500. Mr. Yarberry paid Agriculture. county's popular young educators, and son of his race laid to rest In Adair valuation The specialists are rel A Home Course in Domestic Miss Marie Edelen, attorney for the county, in a metalic casket. It and $15,000 (or his farm. commending that if farmers have any W. H. Head Distilery Co., accompanied the case, which was also metal cost Science. The farming class of Adair county doubt about the germination or their by Mr. Wm. Edelen, made up an auto 3305. Two of his sons, who live in was consul ciously absent- -f rom Colum- seetithat they give It a thorough test "Twenty Lessons in Domestic Sci- party whovislted at the home oP Mr. New York, reached here in time for bia last week( which evidenced 'that before Dlantlnp:. Complete details ence," by Marion Cole Fisher has re- the funeral. Byran Montgomery last Sunday. farms; concerning the individual ear test by cently been received by us for review. they were all at work C. S. Harris, formerly editor of Mr. Work at the Bank of Columbia Ib We are at all times gratified twhen.the means pf the "rag doll" method may This is a complete advanced course The Adair County News, now of progressing nicely. The fire proof weather is ravorable for cultivating be obtained by writing the Expert-men- t in domestic science and home econo- "West Point, Miss., reached Columbia and burglar proof vault wilHikely be the ground, for the reason that .when Station, Lexington. Lmics boiled down to meet the require last Saturday.on a visit. He knows completed this week. As soon as the-- the farmers fail, we all fail. We trust Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment to ments of the housewife and the stuIklXMrOssar& . nearly every man in Adair county,and vault is completed .the other work that seasonable weather will be sent joints that ache. Ifc relieves, bone dent. Vever left "this community, will be "pushed rapidly. In the mean- the farmers thly yearand that large ache, muscle ache and neuralgic pain. I The entire course consists of twenty w'ho had more friends. Everybody time, the business of the bank goes crops will be gathered: " 5 Three sizes, 30c, 6Qc and $1.20 per bot- practical lessons one hundred pages gave him a warm hand shake. right along. Adv; filled with the most valuable informaWord from, Mr. John Lee Walker, tle. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Mr. Jas. G. Pruett, of Campbells-villtion the housewife can possess heredays ago, was' thaPhis The mild cathartic action of Her- received a few who was operated on in LouisAn Interesting Old Story. tofore taught only in domesMc science wife, who is in a sanitarium at LouisSold Exclusively By ville some days ago for appendicitis, bine is well liked by ladies. It puri" ' ' " i schools. system without griping or ville, .was not dping'asweU.ashe would is reported to be in a dangerous condi- fies the RUSSELL & CO. The following story was told Mr. A. like. That the treatment she was reDo you know the relative value of tion. For several yeaTs he was in the sickening the stomach. Price, 60c. ceiving kept? her sick, and she was J. Stotts by Mr. Butler Wheeler, July. Lfood, wrtch (ruits to use for cooking, Columbia. Ky. Adv. goods business in his home town His Sold by Paull Drug Co. very nervous. It is hoped that favor- 25, 1890. It is doubtless correct: "My what purpose salads serve, the correct wife is a daughter of the late Deroy Master Aaron McMahan, son of Mr. able developments will appear in a father, Archibald Wheeler, cut two use of condiments about proper kltchr Williams, and Is a cousin of Mr. Ji T. Complete Garden Guides ery short time. Later Mr. and Mrs' Page, this place and Mrs. Geo. McMahan, while entrees,ablackoak and a poplar where the en equipments, about U. S GovernWalker have returned home, and the court-hous- e gaged in a ball game, last Wednesday, latter is doing very nicely. in Columbia now stands ment's bulletins, how to reduce the What is said fo be one of them&ssS were the firsttreescut in Adair high cosb! of living, how to promote got his nose mashed by a ball that They The Graded and High School will X It is expected that a women's aux- county, and out of one of them he and protect your own and your fam complete collections of facts and luJc?-- ' landed where the thrower did not in close the 13th of next month. tend it should. The little boy is not iliary of the Adair Post American Let caught seven 'coons. The same night ilies health, how to make housekeep- mation relative to the home V3g3&&te-gardeThe school year for the Lindsey- - Wil- so seriously is contained in CirouIar-lSfcv.ir- c hurt, as it did not stop gion will soon be organized, the moth- his dogs treed a bear on Pettisfork ing simpler and moreeconomical and son will close about the 20th of May, ers, wives, sisters and daughters of all which was shot and killed hy old man pleasant by - utilizing modern issued by the Extension DivJsica ortho bfm from school science men and womtln wlio were in the mil- "Billy Hurt." He further stated that in the home. State College of Sgrlculture. TZar- 4 spools Clark's ONT spool- cotton publication includes a-- number of" 3?s Oil Well in Clinton. itary or naval service of the United "my father died in 1864 at the for 25 cents at This book, we note, is Priced aDcussjon3 01J States at.any time between April 6, various. sub jectsrelEiiz: of 98 years. At the time 82.00 per copy f Russell & Co. and from what we un s to the garden in. addltlorhtasucii The Louisville Times Special Service 1917 and Noeember 11, 1918, and who of his death he was the oldest Mason derstand it contains acompleCe 8100 Work of the Adair Fiscal Court endas a table of the-- first kDlxsg. Lexington, Ky., April 6. The day died in line of duty or after honorable In Adair county," college course, condensed, and It' Is ed last Saturday. A large' amount of Oil Company, composed chiefly oj discharge and prior to November 11, frosts in Kentucky,, a table sbowfcrg practically Freeo every interested claims was allowed. 1920. While its purposes are similar L As clear as the purest water Is Li how, when and. where-- to plant aaca Lexington capitalists, received news housewife. powto those of the American Legion, its quid Borozone, yet it is the most discussions relative to the centra today that it had struck a fir Sale. Write the Home Economics Depart- garden Insects and plant disease .!&-maactivities and results are in many ways! er f unhealing remedy for flesh wounds, oil well on the Grant Williams lease sores, burns and scalds that medical ment of the Calumet Baking Powder be 'obtained" free-by- . writas tJmfi Two good saddle horses and one in Clinton county, just across the even more varied and Fillmore St., Chicago, Experiment Station, Lexbagtaat ' Ford'Rp&dsUr. river from Creelsboro. Other well Will all ladies interested inthie splen- - science has ever produced. Try it. Co., 4100-2Njommuateate with Pricey 30c, 60c and tl.ao. Illinois, for foil particulars raatdincr ' H. B.. Simpson, old by did organization 23t8b ""'- will' be sunk at once on this I : Adv. the book, and bow to secure it. Adair County Newx-$$- 1 Drag .Co. American Legiwt.in Cetembia. . Ky. the Pall BreedlBf V. PERSONAL list. J-er- s ..., ' 2t ' Red-mor- i, n do-yo- u . e thr ) to-w- land-slrnrrfcr- a'' -- . last-Sunday- e ' ' - g '- 1-- 5 and-Mr- s. - id has-bee- y, - ,?--,- ? - a-te- rest f 1 ; : -- Louis"-TwIce-a-we- ek i - 13-- B. R-Tu- Dr. 3. tt, Murrel! MT?Fred'-Mrj4Vho'Jassisteh- 'e of-s- ix S - to-w- it: - Miller-vwhowa- of-goo- d ' Rat-Sna- - -- 1 L )w t -- on-thei- r I l - no-perso- e, 1 7 -- n - -- 23-t- r2--ture- - fifty-barr- el v g. 8 -- 135-ac- re .."" -- -- V, (i?--- . f ij s - - - -- 1 Mi.J .. . 'V c -- ?Y.-- ' " - ADAIR SOUNTYINE - WS& . CoaUnuodfrom Page 2- - Presently -- vlcttm. rou were tne executor of my lather's estate you were my guardian rand financial adviser, and so you found "It very, venfeasy to swindle mel"' 'I to therwallj-'h- e, aur.vered. "I was desperate and It wasn't at all the bad investment you Jiave been told It Is. You.had the money more money than you knew what to 'do with and with the proceeds of the ga'p of those cedar lands, I knew 1 coi;'I make an Investment In California jreK'-ooand more than retrieve my fortunes make big money for both f us." "You might have borrowed the money d from me. You know I have never .to join In your enterprises." "This was too big a deal for you, Shirley. I had vision. Iould see riches In this redwood empire, but It was a tremendous gamble gnl required twenty millions to swing. it at the very start I dreamed of the' control of California redwood; and If yotj will stand by me, Shirley, I shall yet dream come true and half of it shall be yours. It, has always bpin my Intention to buy back, from and at a nice profit to you th:u Caribou red cedar; the acvilsitlon of the Cardigan properties X would have been In position to do so. tYhy.that Cardigan tract in the San Unlrin which we will buy In with- jln.a jvar for half a million, Is worth five- millions, at least. And by that tin". I feel certain In fact, I know jtho Northern Pacific will commence !bu!:IJnu In from the south, from WU- '.Jtad-y-bacd street gave way to a dirt road and terminated abruptly at the boundaries of a field that sloped gently upward the asphaltum-pave- d Tt Hold Ero-German Pr GermM Meets. T Announcements FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE led,-pointe- a field studded with huge black redwood :" stumps', showing dismally through coronets of- - young redwoods that grew riotously around the base of the departed parent trees. From the fringe of the thicket thus formed, the terminus of an --old skid-roashowed and a slcnboard. freshlv mint- the way to the Valley of tiie'Uiants. . r" To.be.ContJnued. d d hes-Jta- Saings Rev. Billy of Sunday. mr'-e'm- y and-wit- h Sunday, who is holding evangelistic meetings at Cincinnati, among other, things, according the Cincinnatir Post, said: "Sometimes preachers report the bright side of things, I'm afraid their heads would come off if they didn't." r "I like will to see people afraid I - Uts." "I shall" he bggan, but he paused abr?:;itly, as If he had suddenly remembered that tact and not pugnacity was the requirement for the. handling ef i Ills ticklish situation. She silenced him with a disdainful fres.-.s"You shall not smash the Cardigans," she declared firmly. "You are devoid of mercy, of a sense of Now, then, Uncle sportsmanship. Beth, listen to me: 'You have twenty-fou- r hours In which, to make up your mind whether to accept my ultima turn or refuse it. If you refuse, I shall prosecute you for fraud and a betrayal of trust as my father's exeoutor on that red cedar timber re. 4ea!." -- He brightened a trifle. "I'm afraid that would be a long, hard row to hoe. Sly dear, and of course, I shall have to defend myself." "In addition," the girl went on quietly, "the county grand jury shall be furnished with a stenographic report of your conversation of Thursday Bight with Mayor Poundstone. That will not be a long, hard row to hoe, Un'ie Seth, for In addition to the ptet:"irapher, I have another reliable witness, Judge Moore. Your casual disposal of my sedan as a .bribe to will be hard to explain and amusing. In .view of the fact rat!:-- r tha Br.ve.CanIignn managed to fright--' en Mr. Poundstone Into returning the sed:m while you were away. "And K tl"t Is not sufficient for my purpose, the sworn confession of the I Blae' Minorca that you gave him five hundred dollars to kill Bryce Cardigan. Your woods boss. Rondeau, will also swear that you approached him with a proposition to do away with Bryce Cardigan. I think, therefore, that you will readily see how Impossible a situation yon have managed to create and "will not dfpneree with me when I suggest that It would be better for you to leave this county." His face had gone gray and '"I can't," he murmured, "I can't leave this great business now. Your own interests In the company render such a course unthinkable. Without my hand at the helm; things wilL go to smash." "I'll risk that I want to get rid of jthat worthless red cedar timber; so I think you had better buy-- lt back from me at the same figures at "which you sold It to me." "Hut I haven't the money nrid I can't borrow It I I 1 will have the equivalent In stock of the Laguna Grande Lumber You will T:all on Judge Moore . to complete the transaction and leave with him your resignation as president of the .Laguna Grande Lumber company." The Colonel raised his glance and bent it upon her in cold appraisal. She met It with firmness, and 'the thought came to him: "She Is. a Pennington 1" And hope died out in his heart He began pleading In maudlin fashion for mercy, for compromise. "But the "girl was obdurate. "1 am showing you more mercy than you orve you to whom mercy was ever a sign of weakness, of vacillation. SJhere Is a gulf between us, Uncle Seth, a gulf which for a long time I 'have dimly sensed and which, because of my recent discoveries, has widened until It can no longer be the-"mayo- to them, That's my business to talk religion. But it's no more my business than it's yours." "It's not the church's" business to educate people. There are thousands , of graduates going down to hell. The church's business is to save people from hell." "Don't think religion is like a cloak; you can put it no Sunday morning and trot out to church, then hang it in the closet the rest of the week." "I don,t believe you're a sane and healthy Christian unless you're doing something to win somebody to God. "It dosen't require any spiritual life to play cards, run a bazaar or rummage sale, but it does to help somebody to be won to Jesus Christ." "I think I know the American people well enough to know that 999 out of ' 1,000 want to be decent. We have some that 'don't give a picayune; they make more noise than a whale." "A fellow said to me, 'Bill, you rub the fur the wrong way.' "I said , 1 don't. Let the cat talk religion turn around.' the wrong train, he doesn't need war to be afraid of a hold up or a wreck. Just simply step off and say, 'this is the wrong train,' and get on the right. " "God is no respecter of persons. .No matter whom he may be, whether he is a president in the White House or a king on a throne or a president inv a bank, God says if hecloesn't repent, he will go to hell." "Oh, heaven is better than hell I am going to heaven. Jesus Christ is better than the devil.-am going to walk arm in arm with Jesus Christ. Health.that's better than sickness. Good eyes, that's better than blindness. Virtue that's better than vice. To pray, that's better than to cuss. "If a man discovers he is on meetings' planned for thehear future in a number of cities In the East and Middle West will be- - closely watched by the American Legion, according to national headquarters of the ex service - men's organization. The series of meetings it is un derstood, will be held for the purposes of protesting against the reported presence of negro colonial troops in the French army of occupation, despite the fact that the troops in question were withdrawn many months ago, Cities - in which the meetings are scheduled are Milwaukee, Omaha, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Cleveland and New York. It is understood that Dr. Edmund von MscH.who was rebuffed at Washington, D. C, in an effort to enlist the aid of P. W. Galbraith, Jr., Legion national commander, in the project, and George Sylvester Vier-icnotorious Boche magazine editor, are among the hyphenated Americans who are sponsor, ing the movement. A bulletinfrom Legionnation-a- l headquartes, warning state headquarters, to watch for an attempt to revive German propa-gand- a and to create sentiment in America hostile to the allies, has been sent out, and steps have been taken by national officials to influence the Department of Justice to prohibit the meetings. "A recurrence of German propaganda activity in this country is something the Legion has been watching for some time," said Lemuel Bolles, national ad jutant of the Legion. "I feel that the greatest., check to a movement of this kind will come from citizens of Teutonic extraction, of whoBe loyalty and sincerity there can be no doubt. Loyal Americans should know ofthe sinister efforts to turn senti-mein favor of the nation with which technically we are still at k, nt are authored to announce that J. C Oartert of Monroe county, Is a candidate for to theffice of Circuit Courb Judge In this the 29th Judlcia district of.Keutucky, subject to the Republican primary, to be held the first Saturdayiin .August, 1921. We FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL The Great Paper of the Southland xWe are authorized to announce that A. A Huddleston, of Cumberland County, is a candidate for re election to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney in this the 129th, Judicial dis-- trict, subject to thelactionjof the Republican primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1921. is ably edited; it is sane a"nd dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorialutterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean government. Courier-Journal The w ii For Sheriff. are authorized tonnounce that for Patteson is Sheriff of --Adair county, 'subject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August primary. We W. B. 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 full wire service of the New York Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. al We are authorized to announce that Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without By special If of the Republican party,' expressed at tha August primary. arrangements we are now able to offer CQurier-Jouru- al For County Judge We are T. ' The Daily authorized to announce Geo. Herriford a candidate forj Judge of thb Adair County Court, subject to the action of the' Republican primary to be help the firBt Saturday in August. We are authorized to announce that "Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate for reelection to the office of County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary to be held the first Saturday fn August. FOR COUNTYjCOURT CLERK. AND THE Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. i first Saturday lnAugust. authorized to announce Mr. Bingham Moore a candidate' for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subr eel to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the primary, We are If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. sub- We are authorized to announce Mr S. C. Neat a candidate for re election to Connty Comb Clerk of Adair Coun- ty, subject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed ab the primary, first Saturday in August. We are authorized to announce that Miss Christine Nell, of Grady vllle, is - Clerk of a candidate for County-Cou- rt Adair county, subiect to the action of the' Republican party, expressed at the August primary We are authorized to announce that Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Adair county,- subject to the action of the 'Republican pri- fOUR is m NEW STORE! tt : hag--gar- d. Taping About Yap. mary, to be held the" first Saturday In August. """ . 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here With, greatly improved - facilities, ! -- com--pany- .- I T Jattlln Prof. Pupil Prof. Pupil Along. T The little island of Yap, about the relative size of a sunfish in a big lake, is essential to United Stages cable interests," and the allies promised President Wilson that American interests therein would not be jeopardised. They forgot their promised They handed the mandate for Yap over to the Japanese. The United States protested. Japan stands pat and refuses to yield her mandatory powers. Now the government at Washington "is suddenly increasing the garrison pf American troops in Hawaii by 125 per cent, and at the Panama canal by more than. 300 per cent. , What next? FORJTAILER. V authorized to announce Frank Woiford MiilerKof the Eunice precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary, to be held in We are we can serve you better than. never in your need for August WALL PAPER, FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS LINOLEUM and are authorized to announce M Winfrey a candidate for to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1921. We C Hubbiich Bros. &.WeI!endorff INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street We are authorized to announce W T. Price a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of jthe Republican party, expressed ab the primary the first Saturday in August. One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. r - JOR COUKTY ATTORNEY. .bridKedV' hypocritical endearments he strove Jto take her hand, but she drW away from , Prof him. "Don't touch me," she cried sharply and with a breaking note in sentence." h.er- voice, "Yon planned to kill Bryce Pnpil "The dog trickled down ..Cardigan! And for that and that aToue- -I shall never forgive you.1' the street "wish a can tied to his "l She the office, leaving him cringing- - and grovelling on the floor. anecdote." XEfiere will be no directors' meeting, 3r. .Sexton," she informed the mana- ; Calling anthracite operators, ges- as she passed through the general "bard coal men" is probably to ffice. "It Is postponed? .That trylag Interview had wrenched. get the service of an ambiguous ghirleys soul to a degree that left her ' adjective. faint sad weak. She at once set out on 4i loag drive, la the hope that tfee' termed kowewsjd again ske The Mgacity of the squirrel is might' regala sooaetMair ef her cms- -- In desperation and slid to his knees before "herj with Be wrung his hands to announce Jun"To run slowly." ius Hancock a candidate for. County Attorney of Adair County, subject to "A short funny tale." ' In county court here a few the action of the Republican party, to "Anecdote. days ago three women served on be expressed at the August primary to be held August 6th. "Use both words in a the jury trying Willis Levisey FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Lady Jurors' Good WorK. We are' authorized Define trickle." flBHDQBDBBBn&ja "" Accept HH No Substitutes lot ! B g HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a Thedford's LACK-DKAUb- HT fled-fro- be-it- cc and Emmit Gentry for disturd-in- g public worship, at Chestnut Ridge Schoolhouse. They were Mrs. Ella Hiatt, Mrs. Bettie Parsons and Mrs. Joe Holson. The verdict was $50 fine and five .day 8 jail sentence for each party, and the cue was appealed to Circuit Court, Theiswere the firitla- diee to eerye oh jury in Rockets o developed that it can locate Mt Vernon Signal. tie natf abeed of the ftlieaktr We are authorized to announce W. A. Coffey a candidate for to the office of County Attorney of Adair county, subject to tue action of the7 Republican primary to- be held the first Saturday!" Augusb. - f Purely Vegetable B Specialty. g FOR TAX COMMISSIONER, I are authorized to announce Bol lln B. Patton a candidate Sot Tax Coamto8(oBerof Adair connty,"sub-jeo- b to the action, of the Rapabiican party, expressed at the August We liver Medicine p.i BBBBlflBflflflBBBB I BB Oaaranteed Office: next door to poet office. All Work Adair Gaunt News $1.50. t' GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. OUR WORK IS UP-TO-DA- TE .W --- !!: -- v i M -- mm ADAIR COUNTY NSyS EVERYTHING IN IISTSIEPOIIT Don't neglect that barn of yours -- ABariOie T Eai. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. " Also Ellwood and American . Fence. -- 61 FREE IN NUMBERS don't wait until the paint wears off and the wood starts to crack and rot. It is far cheaper to protect it With O coat or two of i WKKsm W'lflJmiLVfm STWtvKmLl IN LAST 14 YEARS THEY HAVE - ADDED OVER MILLION MEM- BERS IN SOUTH. Paint BmIc to Paint them.". write PEASLEE- HOtpwitei "Homes and How Ask your dealeff 5K U S (V. .'' Steel Fence Posts .,DEHLEP BROS. .Incorporated - " WILL MEET IN CHATTANOOGA Many Matters Related to Future Work Will Come Up for Consideration at the Annual Convention May 12 to 18. s It resists all weather conditions and keeps its color. Pee Gee Barn Paint spreads freely and has greatest covering capacity. It ia backed by more than fifty years reputation end will give you longest service atlowcst cost. Farpese There's A Pee Gee Paal rredaci Fer GAULBERT CCVl iOOisrille,Ky. CO-- Ej? YORSAXJB&Y I Ia Caat natket Streei.Betwcen First and Brook Louisville, Ky. RUSSELL & TAYLOR Columbia, Ky. s &. C' CYtLONES-WINDSTORM- S f CYCLONES TO-D- AY, r' lWriii 'W lift ',',' ' '--' INSURE NOW, IBimiLlL Before the Storm. Government Reports Show That No Locality Is Immune. A Policy GARRAGE AT CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR Cost. with this Agency Gives You Broad Coverage at a Low x REED BROS; lusurance In All Its Branches. President Southern Baptist Theolpgl-6a- l Sffhlnary, Who is Touring South. Following the close of the second year of the tiaptist 75 Million Campaign April SO, several thousand messengers from the local churches are One of the many buildings at the Cantonment which will be torn down In ezpedted to assemble at Chattanooga, order that the lumber and other materials used in construction annual Tenn., for the seventy-sixtmay be utilized elsewhere. session of the Southern Baptist ConThe Convention met in tention. In the sale of Camp Zachary Taylor, if one wishes to go to the further ex-- Chattanooga last in May, 1906, and at auction, beginning Monday, April pense of applying steel lathe on the during the Interim there has been a on the lathe, marked "growth in every department 25, the cost of building material will sides and putting stucco an artistic, thoroughly modern home of the Convention's activities and in be reduced in such drastic manner. that could be had for a .mere fraction of the numbers and work of the local the many who have for several years what it would cost were it not possible churches as well. The total number of past been living In uncomfortable and to secure this Government property at Baptists reported to the Convention in crowded conditions, because of the one's own price, at auction. 1906 was 1,855,784, while last May, shortage of homes, will be enabled to sale will begin on Monday, April fourteen years laterr when the body procure, at their own price, all mate- 25, and continue until all of the 2,000 met in Washington, the total memberrial necessary, for building. buildings and 2,000'aeres of land are ship of the local churches as reported lumMany million feet of d disposed of. Needless to say, this will was 2,961,348, or a gain of 1,105,564. ber was selected for the construction be an absolute sale, and the GovernThe returns for this year are not yet of this Cantonment, and it was subject- ment will reserve nothing, but will available, but .inasmuch as it is known ed to the most rigid inspection. Havit all to the highest bidder. there were practically 175,000 addiing been exposed to the weather for There are many stables, creosote tions to the local churches last year only a short time, it is practically as water troughs and cresosoted fence by baptism alone, there is every reagood as new, and for. rough construc- postTlhat shoulT"particularly appeal to son to believe the showing for 1921 tion work and outdoor purposes on the the farmer, who can purchase them at will be even larger. farm or in the building of a home, it his own figures. Growth Shown in AH Lines. will answer every purpose that lumber Theputting of this mammoth CanAt the same time there has been a will tonment on the market for sale at fresh from the mill does, and doubtless sell for considerably less auction will do much to lower the cost marked increase in the membership money. of building. The original cost of of the churches, there has been a distinct advance in all departments ol The same is true regarding the buildings and land comprising the Canplumbing and heating equipment that tonment was $10,000,000. It will be local and denominational work, it is was used at the camp. This will be sold for just what It will bring at auc- set out. The total number of local sold in small lots so that the small tion. A sale of this magnitude has churches has grown from 20,129 In buyer will he In as good a position to never before been held in Kentucky, 1906 to 25,303 in 1920; the total num ber of Sunday Schools from 11,332 to take advantage of these bargains as and it offers an unparalleled opporthe large buyer who ia able to buy tunity to those desiring to purchase 17,686; and the number of Sunday building material of every description. School pupils from '857,244 to 1,835,-936- , several carloads. an increase of more than 100 pei 2,000 buildings win be offered The taxpayers who furnished the The one at a time, and the successful bid- money to build Camp Zachary Taylor cent. The value of local church propder will have the privilege of "buying will have an opportunity here to profit erty has mounted from 4,501,122 in one or more of the particular type of by the sale of the land and building 1906 to $74,273,728 in 1920, an Increase building upon w"hlcfihe made his bid. material, which will be sold at auction of more than 1600 per cent, while con tributions to missions and benevoMany of the buildings will require by the Louisville Ileal Estate' and Debut the addition of a porch and a re- - velopment Company, of iouisvllle, who lences in 1906 were $1,501,396.67, as arrangement of the inside partitions to will serve as sales agents for the War compared to $7,331,266.55 in 1920, an advance of practically 500 per cent make them comfortable homes, while Department. Fourteen years ago the contributions , to all purposes in a year were as against $21,32.7,446.67 foi Unite Youth and Linotype. The Man of the Hour. 1920." h kiln-driedia-pese'- ot 0. E. Y. MULLINS COLUMBIA, KE3SfTUOY. From down in Pulaski county comes the story of a .distressed cow that suffered from a?.- uty scure ailment which baffled Throat trouble of aggravated form,. was indicated but the symptoms did not agree with any diagnosis thy were familiar with or had read about. The cow might be suff. r, yet, or even passed over except for the inspintion of a small boy, utterly unskilled in the treatment of sick cows, but gifted with an ingrown cariosity. Impelled by this, he investigated the animal'd throat from the inside, with Kh hand, while the sergions were consulting among themselves. Wnefl he pulled his hand from the cow's throat he also pulled s sizeable terrapin (called 'tar pin further down South) in it The cow was relieved at once and after coughing two or three times appeared restored agaT to normal good health and th joy of living. By way of grat'-udshe licked the boy's neck and then tried to swallow his cap Foiled is this she moyed sedate-l- y away, her head toward the ground probably in search of a groundhog for this was or. t&9 second day of February f r bar evening meal, The boy Jtx'ired at the doctors and laughed. The doctors looked at the boy and scowled. Neither said an j hingr There was nothing to say- ans. r-i-ng mo-rive- e Canada and the Tariff. "TALKINGMaCHINES' With a Tone as rich as Qold 3 The "PRIMA DONNA" machine'plays' - all disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine" any "PRIMA DONNA" cabi net and compare it with other ma- chines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workman- ship and construction. Canada shipped 600 millions of dollars' worth of goods to the United States during th6 1920, and the protectionist in Congress are now proposing to prevent this inflow by means of a prohibitive tariff. sa?en-daryear-- of All right, but what of the $ " X, B. YOTJJSTG-- , "JEWELER" Columbia, .- ... $ $ other side of the picture? During this year, when Canada was shipping 600 million dollars'' worth of goods to the United States, the United States vas sending 1,000 millions m gooda to Canada. In other words, we sold to Canada during the year goods that brought 400 miTTfonS Kenturk to4$&& 3 aeggSKKKKXaOK X HAIL In Field FIRE In Barn $5,941,-283.44- 3S One, -- Insurance Policy Protects every Minute X 4fc: Insured ONLY by. Henry Clay Agents SEE W. " f PRICE, Agent . A campaign .among the nation; 8 high schools to interest young men and young women in the mechanical department of aet the newspaper business was sug gested at the recent meeting of the Inland Daily Press Association in Chicago by B. E. Pinker-to- n of the Mommouth (Ill.)Daily Atless. "The linotype situation in re- Columbia, Kentucky. All X &&&&&& Kinds. MO gard to operators, "is serious", especially among the smaller newspapers," he said. "Some one of Insurance should make a canvass of the 7N high schools wich the purpose of KaeKKKKKKKK trying to interest young mejiin learning to become operators. "There I , ?- W. B. PATTESOiNT GENERAL INSURANCE International ' Made-to-Measu- re Clothes. - young men andjoung women in this work, and unless something is -- done in regard to training operators newspaper, publishers will face V serious abor-problem." isa great field for Second Floor,' Jeffries Building. "t ..: . fi J. ,"fr f V .ThftlAdir;Co"aatNews$L50 .J :s - j!r N?xt Meeting Important The "'approaching session of the (By Stuart W. Knight.) .Convention is regarded" as vitally im you need a man who por'tant to the future or the" denomlna Whenever tion's work. It is hoped that by the has speed, of all subscripConvention Look for the man that's a fight rj tions to the 75 Million Campaign wil been paid in cash and" that the Who'll never let go, but whom have program for the completion of the remainder of the campaign task car blow after, blow he formulated at this time. Dr. J. B. Will only make hang on the tighGambrell, president of the Convention and Dr. E. Y. Mulllns, who recentlj ter. completed $. tour of Europe, where The man who "will dig into tasks they carried fraternal greetings to" the Baptists of that continent, will give 1 that are big their impressions of Baptist opportu t nity in that country, while Dr. Georgt Is always the one to be trusted. W. Truet and Dr, J. F.Love,- - who rep It's the indolent chap who don't resented the Foreign Mission Board at the London Conference last sum care a rap mer when the mission fields of Europe For Success, with whom we7re were considered, will tell of the new Hun territory of Spain, disgusted. gary, Houmania and Southern. Russia Baptists t For the test of a man is the way which Southern,territory isare asked as as large occupy! This ie will scan the Southern, States and has a popu latlon- - of 128OOO,000. A difficult task and pitch in it. All the 'boards of the Convention We judge men by deeds and will report the largest year's accom plishments in their' history, the Home know the world needs Mission Board heing scheduled to re A man of the hour every minute. port the completion of its million dol lar loan fund for church building, it A maiiplane is reported mattithousand It ist't believed that, profiteers addition to the aiding of awith gifts ng 38o mfleranx hoon Ferhap churches during the-ye-ar with ice plants are storing up aad loans for the erection of ne-- jealous of the mail trucks. houses of worship. "The Sunday Schoo any riches in heaven. more Bod will reportyear than $l,0O,Olf aadwJtk collecin sales for the. Bartio's recoeatractioa .Traveling in Cub is said to b$ tions as well better than at gram ia a, trifl refactaat -. attended Jay 'hardahipe, but it I any previous turatei awdcdt in aftwafcarau: .MO UWB KUTMCt, two-fiftJugo-Slavia, in excess of what Canada soldi America. If Canada had not been able to pay in goods, this? trade would, of course have beex impossible. And Canada is preparing to strike back "hard as soon as American tariff rates go up. from the Canadiair-Parliamen- t was named three? months ago to prepare a retaliatory tariff, and it is understood that the act is ready. Nor will Canada be forced to do without the goods she needs, for Great Britian will be perznftted to ship goods in on favored terms, and the only result will be to transfer, to English- - merchants the orders that are now bein filled, in America. This question of proibitive tariffs at this time is after all, very simple matter. "As ifcis imports are falling ofF-- If we? further increase the tariff rateir they will dwindle to- the vanishing pofnt,.anoV our foreign exports will' dwindle even merer rapidly. Louisville-Eosfc- , - aV-sal- fiat-jn-.itsrhistof- y. ?, .aif Kr - "" ' ' "UO"..- EL? 4M , -- " , IK V ". - p v. i? . & 8- ADA1R eb lank ef $11,000. 2."" COUNTY MEWS. V 51 i itatffts Harding's adviser upon Mexican affairs, was a rabid interventionist during all of Mr. Wilson's, two Presidential terms. Re- sponsibility may have sobered Mr. Fall, but, in: the event of the failure of Obregon, any clashes along the border would be sure --to aid the interventionists. .Sumihitt, III., April "'J3te?r News: J&js - ' ' 1 But Obregon has not failed yet.-- ' His most serious trouble is the bad economic condition- - of the country, a situation brought about by ten years of revolution. There is a great deal of testiV,mony to show that the Mexicans are tired of revolution. Obre-gowhis-Cflrtd at the cashier,-.whic- h jis both intelligent and firm. by his ear, and hit the Jiatt all TLM more thanone inch from his He may win out yet. Evening of be sale, rep-'jesej- nt , J. E. Maloy, entered the Post. ftiiL jblatr. not knowing othe bandits of of ? Destroying the Federal Reserve were there. His orders were to "Act.. fate the wall with his hands up, Mc i he obeyed. The bandits Senator Curtis, of Kansas, the forced twa of the women tii-- t were employed In the bank, Republican whip in the Senate, AH of which will be sold, in units, to suit purchasers at leaders the vauJt, and tried to lock and one of the stand-pa- t the uuor, but failed. The Pres-I0- k of that body, has announced his fit and the cashier were both intention of introducing a bill in s. arched. The leader cried Congress to amend, the Federal 'Mt-t'go boys, we have enough," Reserve system. -- The bjlkwill provide for a reand. they backed out. Their parting words were "don't, try turn to the old Aldrich plan of a to follow us." They jumped in-t- central bank with branches. If the waiting car and drove off passed, it would destroy the at the rate of'G5 miles an hour. efficacy of the Federal Reserve The police were notified, and a system as it now operates. The gati'g'was soon formed and start- central bank would, of course, be ed on'trail of the bandits. The located hi New York, and all the p&ce' wereiir-20yards of their other Reserve Banks, which now cii and Hred several shots but have equal powers and functions, d$l not hit. A freight train was would be subordinate to the New &imng at the rate of 25 miles an Yoek bank. Sectional view of one of the areas at Camp Zachary Taylor showing character of buildings to be sold. Eotir, bearly scraped the rear Stripped of false pretenses, ciidof the bandits car. If car the Curtis bill really proposes to acres of fi?.d been two seconds slower transfer the" seat of financial consit vould have been blocked by trol of the Government back to of Louisville", of sizes, the train. They saw it was their New York, from whence the essupa as c&xace as the train cut the police tablishment of the Federal Reoff from thircar. The police serve system removed it eight fcuadq larters in Chicago 'were years ago. The New York money etc. 1 n. tifiei as that was the direction kings, Tvhich have been on barv , b car was going. The bandits ren pasture for eight years, would For years building has been at a practical standstill. The pay, Come to this greatest of bargain sales and buy what car was found late yesterday at return to the green fields of high cost of material, especially lumber, and the scarcity you want at your own figures. Join with your neighbors of labor have compelled a stoppage in the erection of in making up car lots to save freight rates. State and Madison streets, but Governmental favoritism and homes, storehouses, barns, etc. That time has now passed. A vast number of cedar, white oak, chestnut and creo-sottrace-oprotection. to the bandits can be fence posts, water troughs and grain bins will inWorkmen have been released, by the hundreds of thoufound. This is the third time During the campaign last fall, Camp Zachary Taylor" will release lumber and terest every farmer. There are miles of wov,en wire hog-tigsands and fencing. Two grain elevators, completely equipped equipment. 68,000,000- feet of yellow pine will be disthat this bank iias been robbe'd Senator Harding or no Republiposed of. at this sale and at such prices as bidders see fit to with motors, conveyors and chutes.' m die last three years. It was can orator would dare attack the ffobbed the same day last year Federal Reserve act. It stood rith a loss of $22,000. unchallenged as one of the great This is an absolute sale. You win or you lose on April 25th. We sell no one privately, but do an.exclusive Reported by, administrative achievements of no private sale. This has been our motto for auction business. No set price, no reservation, no Ruel Wooten. the Wilson administration. It the twelve years we have been in business, during which time we have operated from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and. have never failed or refused tcr sell a single piece of land, or property of any kind, after it vas placed was not challenged, because its under the hammer. You make the price. The Government makes the deed. That's all. record defied criticism. Under . its operation, the county had For catalog giving full details as to material, land, etc, not given in this announcement, address fcv wiihstoodthe supreme shocks of war and reconstruction alike without a panic. It was the great oulwark otour entire Starks Building, Louisville, Kentucky D. C. CLARKE, President structure, but when the Sales AgentK War Department U. S. A. Incorporated Republican party, thoroughly established in power, throws off Spectacles, Eyeglasses the mask, it brings' forth the Kryptoks," R H' Artificial Eyes, Curtis bill to subvert the verv , Invisible Bifocal Lens - root principle "of the law, and ii Farmers who have old corn to spare Condition of the Fruit Crop. ' Democratic principle of a reve Not A Sectional Question. make it a mockery. are advised to sell it "as quickly as FOURTJi and CHESTNUT, "" -- nue tariff. i, That is a sample of the Repubpossible Corn" is coming down and Louisville, Ky,. in Jonathan', Rogers, Cdlesburg It is said to be the theory of But little will be accomplished there is no telling how low It wil lican sense of responsibility at . by considering the tariff as a sec- come We heard an .experienced far orchardist, who was in Elizabeth-tow- n W a s hi n g t on. Elizabethtown the Congressional leaders of the yesterday, summarized his Eepublican party that "the tional lnatteix. 'jThe men who mef say last Thursday that prospects News. Jne Situation In Mexico DemocraticSouth is permeated most vigorously assailed the for a boomper crop this year was opinion of the condition of the is generally be- fruit crop in Hardin county, folA Taste of Liberty.. h bill in 1909 were never better, and it with pretectionist theories," and 'The Pniladelphia Ledger prints lieved that when the new crop comes that, therefore, no loud outcry Republican. 'Senators from - the In, corn wlll'nqt sell for. over 82 00 or lowing the freeze, as follows: pessimistic copyrighted a 'I see where hard cider has may be expected from the Sena West. And in. the East itself 32.25 per barrel. Again, the prospects Peaches 15 per cent, remainto affairs in Mex-icc- f ing. City, the conclusion being won a great victory," remarked tors and Representatives from there are hundreds of thousands for a wheat crop, according to acref despite President Obre Mr. Bibbles. "How's that?" that section if another Payne- - of wage earners who object to age sown, Is unusually goodi This also Cherrjes.pears, plums all killthatf ed. f being taxed-- J for the financial means low price hogs. jjon's "firm and intelligent po- According to a new ruling, a Aldrich tariff bill is passed. Apples half crop left. Louisiana- - is a protectionist benefit of a small group. The 4 spools Clark's ONT spool cotton licy," the tides of revolution are farmer can squeeze the juice out Grapes practically unhurt, Republican "party has a sfficient for 25 cents at km rising in Mexico, and that of his apples and let .nature take btate, and the genators-'an- d pass any 23 tf majority in Congress to Eusell & Co. Mr. Rogers' opinion was based Fine.1 Kepreuentatives from that State 'it is by no means impossible that hei own course. kind of a tariff bill the leaders "Yes, and if he doesn't have repeatedly evinced a willing- may decide upon, but the .fact Viviani, the French diplomat, upon an examination of his orObregon will go the path of with nature .by 'Using a little ness to vote against the princi- remains that another h before the year 1921 is after the Knox conference aban- chard, and reportable had receivsugar, he's just as. safe from ples of the party that elected bill will kill our foreign dons hope of the United States ed from other orchards in the gsj&ered into" history. trade, and, in the end kill the rejoining the Allies and informs Muldraugh Hill section. E. v Tfrsre is little room for doubt prosecution as if he lived in a them in order to get sugar duties party that is rseponsible. Louis- his government that it will not Town News. t&at, if Obregon does go down, free, nountry. "Birmingham for Louisiana. Scattered through ville Post. ratify league or pact. other Southern States there are v jMrietn intervention in M The Russian Reds have execu English miners when they men who believe in the protecThe first pardon Senator Hardup as a serious pos- loom ted 4,300 persons who were ia 10,000 .Hungarian Jews have tive theory, "but a large majority ing extended was to a Pittsburg went out on r urn ice nooaea the recent Petrograd uprieiarff I, Secretary of the jibtfity. , "a many dftne,muitv. traced the Christian raliwinn Southern- - people, adhere tt the bootlegger. ."" 'and have put 29:t00 awe & reputed to bt Preaideat .tMag" J" Bank, of Siicamit, 111., opened yesterday jss&rmng, a squad of four bandits in front of the bank in. afigr car. Three of the men tf80ed from the car, masked, w in. their guns in their hands. T o of the bandits entered the b k, while one stayed at the d oc, and the other at the wheel ol the car, ready to go when the &jtnk was, robbed. A shot was Summit-Stat- e the ieup CANT ZACHARY TAYLOR f, AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION Beginning Monday, April 25, 1921, at 10 a. m. -- - Ki n And cflntinuingf day by day until land, buildings and equipment have been sold. The properties to disposed at this the Government an. outlay on the part - &t Ten Millions of Dollars -- iio a The Greatest Auction Sale in History fj valuable land, adjoining This Army Camp comprises 2,000 the city together with 2,000 buildings various and vak amount of equipment, such boilers, plumbers' plies, stdves, hdt water heaters, radiators, electrical equipment,' motors, Heating and refrigerating plants, THE BUILDING PROBLEM ed f ht - OUR GUARANTEE by-biddi- , P jir . Southern Optical Company Louisville Real Estate & Development Company eco-nomi- c -- N1 -- '' ate Payne-Aldric- -- Car-fin- za Payne-Aldric- -- -- ex-erw-lU Age-Heral- d. Inter-frriTaJ- -- ". T v X