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The Bali Game. was The gym at the Lindsey-Wilso- n filled last Friday night with fans, to witness a basket ball game between Jamestown and the L W. T. S. The game was started promptly, and excitement ran high from beginning to end. The result was 30 to 16 in favor . A number of of the Lindsey-Wilson. scrupulous persons running around over the county misrepresenting me. Here is what I have caught in the will be established bv Mr. Lewis past few days. These scrappinqs of n Youug, the Jeweler, and creation are telling that should I be will be put in operation by Mr. Cyrus elected County Judge that I was in representatives from Jamestown acn elecfavor of taking the road tynds out of Williams, who is a companied their team to Columbia. trician The apparatus has been orthe precincts, out in the county and Campbellsville dered, and permission has been grantputting that on the Just received a irood lot of odd The above&icture of myself will be pike, Now, the man or men who cired to locate same on the top of the coats. Prices right. court-housconnecting the wires culates thte know that they are tell- my Device, anp I earnestly ask every J. F. Neat. ing a falsehood of the blackest type.-Her- e voter jn tfiSounty to Carefully Conwith Mr. Young's Store. is how I stand on the road prop- sider trie and the stand I take, on all This will be the greatest enterprise The Street Should be Widened. and convenience, in (be way of getting osition: I am in favor of putting ev- private and public affairs, and I believe you will make no mistake in giving me news ever installed in this part of To ihe Vnters of Adair (ounty. ery cent that the pike takes In back your support. The pike in front of the PresbyteRespectfully, Kentucky. Hews .will be received inon the pike and this amounts to about church, as far up to the end of NOAH LOY C. G. JEFFRIES. rian $4,000 per year now., 1 want every stantly from all'j)f fs of the United Mr. J. O. Strange's residence, should Democratic Candidate for RepresentaIt has been circulated in some parts person who passes over this pike States, especially will it be convenbe widened at once. It is dangerous of the county that I have withdrawn tive of Adaii and Taylor Counties. ient in getting news from State and watch carefully and see if you think On Coming Sports. for automobiles to pass at this point, from the race of Circuit Court Clerk. 0 I National elections,or any other impothat it looks like there has been especially when they go at a rapid Solicit the Vote of Every Man and This is a mistake and I hope my rtant events that may occur. expended on it in ehe past four Woman on November 8th. The young men of the town met re- gait at night. There have been sevfriends over the county will assist me Mr. Williams knows exactly what years. Friends, it is a dirty shame. cently and elected officers for the r eral accidents at this point recently I Pledge YOU My Honest Sesvice if in correcting this report. I wish to he is doing, and if he had the least The job that has been put up on this of indoor sports, Basket Ball and the matter shouldjnot be longer Elected. thank my friends throughout the misgiving as to its success he would pike. In regard to the county roads: principally. It is remembered by all, delayed. county for the main favors shown me ' not advise the establishment of the Should I be elected Judge I expect to that the Columbia Athletic Club had during this campaign, and respectfulChurch Employs a Pastor. Good Hoosier Domestic 12ic per system. see that each and every Magisterial one of the fastest Basket Ball teams of ly solicit, the vote of every man and Much credit is due Mr. Young, who district gets every cent that it pays the State during the season 1919. This yard. Good Outing Cloth 15c per woman. Rev. Gross, is going to furnish Columbia with for road taxes to be returned and same aggregation is principally in yard. of Louisville, who Respectfully, J. F. Neat. preached here last Sunday week, has spent in the district from which it charge this year and by all means this enterprise, thereby giving the Chas F Paxton town and county the news immediate came, l also expect to see tnat tne should have an improved team over been employed by the Presbyterian Deathjof Mrs.JTurner. ly after it happens. Election returns Church for two Sundays in each road hands are supplied with tools to that year. New supplies have been or Notice, Election Clerks. month, the 2nd and 4th Sundays. work. with. To my great surprise, in dered tud everything will be in readithat the people are so anxious to Mrs. Corda Turner, who was the be- Rev. Gross made a tine impression hear, will be known over the county canvassing the county, there are ness for regular games in about two Next Tuesday will be the election, many immediately after the ballots are roads that haven't a single tool weeks. The whole town and county loved wife of Mr. Arvin Turner, upon his first visit. and we went to publish the full re counted. on them. What a shame this is. should support, a good Basket Ball whose home was a short distance turns from each precinct in Adair Get that Sweater, from town, on the Burkesville pike, All honor to Mr. Young and his How do you expect these people to team. , county. The whole county will be day last week. died one electrician, Mr. Williams. work without anything to work with? anxious to know who is elected, and Ladies or Gents at Murrays. Also She was 31 years old and was a true, Now, as the last days of the campaign Wanted. by sending the returns to the Exmany Dress Goods, Underwear, hats, caps For Rent. Christian woman, one who had are on, I want to teli the voters the change at Columbia, the reports will She Notions, Shoes, Comforts, Blanket?, friends in the neighborhood. conditions of things over the county. Address of John S. Stone and Maud reach us at. once. Send the full vote re, and a devoted My House and Lot near Graded Rugs and Furniture. The larger per cent of the whisky Scone, formerly of Desda, Clinton was a loving wj each candidate receives, and also the mother, and will be greatly missed, School. men are organizing against me, espec- county, Kentucky. Phone 12 Hurray's StoreJ vote on the amendments.' The lower not only by the immediate family, Lucien Bell, Columbia, Ky. ially in Columbia, and you all watch B. Bronson, Edmond precincts in the county and the upper but by all who knew her. it in your respective precincts, and Lots of Fun. 111 Broadway, precincts are especially requested to The Extinguisher Here. yon will see that it holds good all City. New York To The Voters of Adair County. heed this request. Remember we over the county. Now, this is a The Hallowe'en party given at tha The Chemical Fire Truck, bought want every precinct in the county, fact that there Is a "nigger" To The Voters of Adair County. Monday night, was I am a candidate for member of the Lindsey-Wilsoby citizens of Columbia and the Mu- and the vte each man receives. in the wood pile, for they know full largelv attended and very much enBoard of Education, and respectfully nicipal Board, arrived last Wedneswell that if I am elected there will Fellow Citizens: As you all know a few days ago our solicit your support.fiHaving been a joyed. It was a night in which, day just before the noon hour. It As a candidate for Sheriff, I have be a hot time in the old town and alhouse was destroyed by fire so we are in the past, I take an interest ghosts stalked, the costumes being in. wassoldbyTheO'Banchain-BoyerC, country. Now, I want to thoroughly gone over the county, but teacher keeping with the occasion. Aftec compelled to collect all accounts that so in the in affairs pertaining to education, Logansport, Ind. The Representaappeal to every mother who has a there are some voters 1 have failed to was over, refresh are owing to us. We still "have some am opposed to consolidation, I favor the tive of the Company is Mr. Wm A drunken son, to every wife who has a see. I thank all who have promised goods that were saved which we will a low tax rate. I favor electing a sup- ments were served. Brad, who was heie with Mr. R. J. drunken husband, to every sister who me their support, and those I have sell for less than you can buy elseerintendent for'oneyear, I favor the Lyon when the trade was made. drunken father or brother, and not seen, my grateful thanks are Death of An Infant. where. So when you are in town call has a placing of teachers in districts in Upon reaching Columbia it motored every young lady who bas a drunken ready to be extended when I meet on us and settle your account and which the patronsldesire their out the principal streets, giving the to get behind me, and them. I have made a decent cantrade more with us. Mr. Hutchison sweetheart andpromisewhen elected to Ann Hart, the infant daughter of: people of the town an opportunity of stay behind me, and I will help you vass, and I promise one and all, to use will generally be at the hotel corner. give the best service of which I am Mr. aud Mrs. F. C Lowe, passed seeing it, and every body expressed dry those tears that you have bathed my best efforts in the discharge of my away Oct. 24. The father, mother Respt., J- - B. Grant. capable. themselves as being pleased with its Now, duty if you will elect me Sheriff. your pillows with for years and graiidpareuld have the sympathy Hutchison & Patteson. appearance, and with one accord all Gratefully. boys, you who are driDking all ofv this Notice. of the entire community in their said that they believed it would do To Ihe Republicans of Adair Coun- moonshine, extracts hair tonic, I Evan Akin. good work and fill a long felt want. know every one of you and personally tyThe tax books are now completed Anyone wanting a girl to do house has quick speed, and in a few minIt Marriage Licenses. I like every one of you, but you know work. See and I am ready to receive your taxes. utes can reach a fire that may occur in full well that I am right in this propCome in at once and settle. The Marv Shearer, Columbia, Ky. the corporate limits of Columbia. Dod't forget the election, Tuesday osition. You know that lots of you Mr. S. C. Neat, County Conrtf sooner this is done, the better for all Property in the suburbs of the town Nov" 8th. A careful survey of the fellows have good wives and sweet lit Clerk, has recently issued Marriage concerned. can also be reached in a very short county shows that the party was nev tle children, and when you go home Fox Buys More Cattle. licenses to the following persons: Monte Cortez Sanders, er more nearly unite!, nor was there with that awful smelling breath that time to Martha Harmon. SheriffJAdair County. The following named persons will ever less cause for division. your wife needs a Gas mask; and you 51-- tf R. E. Pickett to Myrtie Rodgers. Clarence LoBus, of Lexiogton, deYour present County Officials, have ought to take a pet Billy Goat or a be the firemen: Leslie Holmes to Clarice Goodio. livered to Monte Fox, of Danville, for J. W. Young, Edwin Hutchison, conducted the affairs with credit to pole cat to your children to keep Card of Thanks. Elbert Burbridge to Ada Janes. Armour & Company, Monday 188 Boy Rasner, Clel Tarter, Fred Myers, themselves and their constituents. awful odor. Now, boys, head of fine cattle at 71 cents a pound down that See my line! ofj shoes, They are( Don't be mislead by false accusa- reconsider and help me for I will be a Mr. IT. C. Lowe and family wish to Stanley Epperson, Stewart Hutchison, The average weight was 1,450 pounds. worth the money. Albia Eubank, Edwin Cravens, O. C. tions We point with pride to the help to you Now, as I have before thank the friends, who ministered so were ten carloads, seven loaded J. F. Neat. tenderly to their little daughter until Hamilton, Doc Walker, Robert record they have made. If the Re said to the voters, if you will erect There at Cynthlana and three at Elizabeth. Wethington, Roy Stotts, Ralph Stults, publicans go ont and vote r.he county me and stay .behind me, we will have death claimed her. They also wish to Gas Well at Creelsboro. Mr. LeBus paid 15 cents a pound for Eeed, Chief of Department, J will give the largest Republican ma- a town and county second to none in G. B thank Bro. Williams, who conducted some of the cattle three years ago. D n't fail to go Oct. 25, a reporc has just come f ronx C. Strange, Ass't. Chief, L M. Young, jority in its history the services at the grave and the unthe State. Again thanking you ror Richmond Register. to the election ami tak your wives all kind words and all help that I Lewis, Lieutenant. Messrs. Grissom & dertakers, Creelsboro that Armstrong Bros., Captain, Aivin Mr. Fox is well known to the stock and sweethearts with vou hus struck a gas well and so far have have and may receive, I ask each and dealer of Adair county, having often with car to sell low Wanted '-Yours for good goverenment and every voter to stamp my ballot in the h'en uuable to control it. been here buying cattle. .priced GRAHAM TIRES. 8130.00 thesuccessof Republicanism. my For the Coming Term of Court. circle or iu the block opposite On Tuesday, the 25th of October. per week and commissions. Very Respectfully, Ladies' Hats. name and I will always appreciate it Mr. J. A. Youug was given a surprise GRAHAM TIRE CO., Republican Campaign C immittee and I donlt think you will ever regret The Adair circuit .court will open birthday dinner, he having reached ladies hats 1418 Boulevard, Nice line of up am youra truly, I it. here the 9th of next month. The fol- his 64th year. Quite a number o Benton Harbor, Mich at our store which willbe sold at O. G. Jeffries Noticcto Lessnrs. d baskets, friends called with cost. Call at once. They are lowing cases have been docketed: Sixteen Equity appearances. most bountiful spread covered aud a going., Mr. Garnett Still An Active Mason. Farm for Sale. Nine felony cases. the tables. Mr. Young did not apr & Ellis, Garlin, Ky. Blair Payment of rental was tendered to Twelve Ordinary. pear uutil the dinner hour, and hfre 24t Ic will be of interest to the1 Masons John S. Stone and Maud Stone, DesKnown as the P. C. McCaffree farm Twenty-nin- e Misdemeanors. was greatly moved, as he did not did county to kro that our da, Clinton county. Kentucky, cover- 21 miles northwest of Columbia, and Public Speaking: not know that his friends were goin own Jas. Garnett takes a front lead ing 36 acres of oil and gas land in containing 230 acres of Limestone For Sale. to honor him in such a magnificent county. Same re? urned with with the fraternity in Kentucky. Clinton land. 100 acres in cultivation, can manner. The afternoon was most Hon. Jackson Morris will speak at Three thoroughbred Shorthorn Bull Being Past Grand Master of the State, advice parties unknown. We have run tractor or any kind of machinery happily spent in social converse, muto locate lessors. the Court House in Columbia Ken- calves. ' Good ones. he did not lose his interest in the been unable 95 acres. 14 acres of overflow over sic, etc. Reminiscences of by gonQ Edmond B, Bronson, tucky at 1 o'clock p. m., next Monday W. T. Dohoney. "Great Order" when he went out of bottom. 30 acres of pasture land; 20 days were recalled- and the incidents 62-in the interest of the Republican Ill Broadway, office. As a worker in the ranks he acres of same subject to cultivation. as they were entertainingly tola New York City. party. Mr. Morris is one of Kentucky.'s is not a tyro, but his work is regarded 100 acres in good timber. An abunbrought smiles to the faces of alL Charlie Burton Dead. best speakers. Don't fail to hear him. by the subordinate lodges as full and dance of lasting spring water. House, present. Ladies especially invited. Lost. efficient. As an observer we take tenant house, cabin and outbuildings. Charlie, aged twelve years, son of Republican Campaign Committee. pleasure In saying that we were deWill sell at a bargain in order to setNext week the Adair County News Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Burton, died lighted with the reports made con- - Good work bridal, between my tle estate. not be published until WednesIf yoar frgiy leetfs Rrtkr. Tiring of typhoid fever, Sunday, Oct. 23rd, will See McCaffree Bros., nernin? his work and the interest home and Parsons' shop. Finder will Sold thi paper in. ornearPurdy. The News extends sym-ptb- y day. We NirrbM Bras. see . at the farm. to manifesting to advance the please notify ,fcfttJM der to give the election Dew.' to tbrbarwved family. " S. L. McCaffree. -' most honored order. well-kuowwell-knowe, The people throughout this part of j the State will be clad to learn that Caumbia is to have a radio time statin which will be established at once. This enterprise and great convenience I To the Voters of Adair County: Well, as usual, there are some un- $16,-00- corn-yea- self-evide- nt n, o fun-maki- ng 0 set-vic2- S, 2-- 2t John-Hadle- y Man .J to-da- te ac-tu- al well-fille- o.dair . - 3t -- -- iwk s the . -- r' J? :&.&$ . i .v-- . .. . - ,. "i. . !t. r 0 ADAIR COUNTY heavy wood landed fairly on the filled half of the poke and caused some of the gold to leap out of the mouth. "What's that I hit?" asked Lund. Soft, like a rat." He lunged forward, felt for the poke, and found it, lifted It, hefted It, his forehead puckered with deep seams, discovered the open end, poured out some of the colors on one palm, and used that for a mortar, grinding at the grains with his finger for a pestle, still weighing the stuff with a slight movement of ids hand. He nodded as he slipped the poke into a side pocket, and the cabin grew very silent. Lund's face was grimly terrible. He stepped back across the NEWS a very little, before we were driven offshore. The dust In the poke is all we secured. We are going back for more, quite naturally. I can prove all this to you by the log." Lund had been standing with his great head thrust forward as If concentrating all his remaining senses in an attempt to judge the captain's talk. The doctor sat with one leg crossed, smoking a cigarette, his expression sardonic, sphinxlike. To Rainey, a EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Eihvood little bewildered at being dragged into the affair, and annoyed at it, Captain 'IP ? CHAPTER I. Blind Samson. It was perfect weather along the San Francisco waterfront, and Rainey reacted to the Uxlsb touch of the trade-winupon his cheek, the breeze tempering the sun, bringing with It a tang of the open sea and a hint of oriental spices from the wharves. The doll thump of a heavy cane upon the timbered walk and the shuffle of uncertain feet warned him from blundering into a man tapping his way along the Embarcadero, a giant who halted abruptly and faced him, leaning on the heavy stick. "Matey," asked the giant, "could you put a blind man In the way of finding the seal In' schooner Karluk?" The voice fitted Its owner, Rainey thought a basso voice tempered to voice that the occasion, a deep-secould bellow above the roar of a gale If needed. For all his shoregolng clothes and shuffle, the man was certainly a sailor, or had been. He wore .dark glasses with side lenses, over which heavy brows projected in shaggy wisps of red hair. Blind as the man proclaimed himself with voice and action, Rainey d a with assurance, guiding himself witn touches here and there that showed his familiarity with the vessel's rig. He approached the cabin skylight, lifted it on the port side. Through it came the murmur of voices. The blind man nodded in satisfaction and widened his grin with a warning "hush-sh- " to his guide. "We'll fool 'em proper," he lipped rather than uttered. The companion doors were closed, The but they opened noiselessly. stairs were carpeted with corrugated rubber that muffled all sound. Two men sat at the cabin table, leaning forward, hands and forearms, outOne stretched, fingering something. Rainey recognized as the captain, Simms gray-haired, a heavy, clean-shaven, square-buil- t man, his flesh tanned, yet somehow unhealthy, as if the bronze was close to tarnishing. The other was younger, tall, nervously active, with dark eyes and a dark mustache and beard, the latter sensed something back of those colored glasses that seemed to be ap- praising him, almost as if the will of the man was peering, or listening, focused through those listless sockets. "You're not fifty yards from the Karluk," Rainey replied. "But you're bound In the wrong direction. Let me put you right I'm going that way my-seU- j - That's kind of ye, matey," said the other. "But I picked ye for that sort, hearin' you whlstlln' as you came fiwingin along. Give me the touch of yore arm, matey' Rainey worideringly sized up his The stranger's bulk was enormous. Rainey was well over the average himself, but he was only a stripling beside this hulk, this stranded iulk, of manhood. And, for all the Epectacled eyes and shuffling feet, there was a stamp of strength about the giant that bespoke con-For- t. strong as a bear. His weight was made up of thews and sinews, spare and solid flesh without an ounce of waste, upon a mighty d skeleton. His face was in hair of flaming, curling red, from high cheekbones down out of sight below the soft loose collar of his shirt. About thirty, Rainey judged him. Buffeted by time and weather, but In the prime of his strength. matey," said the man. "North o' Point Barrow, a year an more ago. Brought me up all standln'. What are you? Steamer man? Purser, maybe?"' "Newspaper man," answered Rainey. J'Waterfront detail. For the Times." , "You don't say so, matey? A writer, eh?" , 'Again Rainey felt the tug of that something back of the dark lenses, some speculation going on in the man's mind concerning him. And he felt the firm fingers contract ever so slightly, sinking into the muscles of his forearm for a second with a hint 'vof how they could bruise and paralyze at will. A faint sense of revulsion fought with his natural inclination to aid the handicapped mariner, and he shook it off. "The Karluk sails tomorrow," he said. "I had a short talk with Captain SImms when she docked. Not much of a yarn. She didn't have a good trip, you know." "Why, I didn't know. But hold a heavy-bearde"Snow-blinded, the blind Samson. Given eyes, Rainey could Imagine him agile as a panther, minnit, will ye? You see, Slmms la He don't dream I'm within a hundred, miles o' here. Aye, or a thousand." He gave an old shipmate of mine. a deep-cheste- d chuckle. "Now, then, matey, look here." m Rainey was anchored by the compelling grip. They stood next to the slip In which the sealer lay. The Karluk's decks were deserted, though there was smoke coming from the gal- ley stovepipe. "Simms Is likely to be aboard," went on the other. "Ye see, I know his ways. An' I've come a long trip to see him. Nigh missed him. Only got in from Seattle this mornin'. He ain't expectin' me, nn' it's in my mind to surprise him. By way of a joke. How's the deck? Clear?" "No one in sight' said Rainsy. "Fine. Do me a favor, matey, an pilot me down into the cabin, if so T)e the skipper's there. If he ain't, I'll wait for him. I've got the right an' run o' the Karluk's cabin. I know ev'ry Inch of her. You'll see when we go aboard. Let's go." " Kainey led tijm down-th- e gangway' clut- to the deck of a bitVlth unstowed gear. Once tered .aboard, the blind man seemed to walk Rainey had taken a step. "You'll stay right here," said Lund, "while I tell you an' this Doc Carlsen what kind of a man Simms is, with his poke full of gold and me with the price of my last meal spent two hours trimmed to a vandyke. Between them SEE was a long, slim sack of leather, a ago. I won't spin out the yarn. "I rescued an Aleut off a bit of a miner's poke. It was half full of berg one time. There warn't much of something that stuffed Its lower extremity solid, without doubt the same him left to rescue. Hands an' feet an' Columbia, Kentucky. substance that glistened in the mouth nose was frozen so he lost 'em, but the of the sack and the palms of the two pore devil was grateful, an' he told me something. Told about an Island men gold coarse dust of gold! AH Kinds of Insurance Rainey felt himself thrust to one north of Bering strait, west of Kotze-bu- e sound, where there was gold on side as the blind man straddled VK vy VK vIy V N across the bottom of the companion-way- , the beach richer and thicker than it J2iZim.m.l4 f "Hf towering in the cabin while he ever lay at Nome. I makes for it, gits thrust his stick with a thump on the close enough for my Aleut to recogfloor and thundered, in a bellow that nize it it ain't an easy place to forget for one who has eyes an' then seemed to fill the place and come tumwe're blown south, an' we git into ice bling back in deafening echo : an' trouble. The Aleut dies, an' I --""" ahoyl" "Karluk lose my ship. But I was close enough The face of Captain Simms paled, get the the tan turned to a sickly gray, and to "Finally reckonln' of that island. at Seattle, broke. I his jaw dropped. Rainey saw fear meet t p I land man they call Hard-luc- k with the come into his eyes. His companion Simms. Also they called him did not stir a muscle except for the Honest Simms those days. I like him, quick shift of his glance, but went on finally tell him about my island. sitting at the table, the gold in one an' I up I put the reckonin', an' he supplies palm, the fingers of his other hand the Karluk, grub, an' crew. resting on the grains. "Simms' Those Who acted upon our advise ag'in' him. "Jim Lund!" gasped the captain Karluk gitsluck is still gits nipped The into ice. an hoarsely. carried north, 'way north, with wind Fire are GLAD; Those before me, you skulking sculpin! "That's an' current, frozen tight in a floe. It man?" Rainey, of the Times. I knew Thought I was bear n:eat by tliis "John looks like we've got to winter there. who did not, are SORRY. nothing of this before I came aboard." didn't you, blast yore rotten soul to Mind ye, I've given Honest Simms the "And you will understand, of h 1 ! But I'm back. Bill Simms. Back, reckonin' of the island. We go out course, what Mr.' Lund overlooked !n an' this time you don't slip me!" on the ice after bear an' we kill a purple-renatural agitation, that this is not Jim Lund's face was Kadiak bear. Me I'll never stand for hisstory for your paper. We shouhl Fire Beta It is too late After with rage, great veins standing oiii the shootln' of another bear If I can have a fleet trailing us. We mu. upon it so swollen that it seemed they stop it. ask your confidence, Mr. Rainey." must surely bursit and discharge their next one see us before "I've bin havin' trouble with my Tliprn wns a strons personality in congested contents. He looked, Rai eyes right along. I'm on the floe not ney thought, like a blind Berserker, rethe doctor. Rainey realized. He did occurs. eighty yards from Simms. No, not not like the man from first appearstrained only by his affliction. sixty! It was me killed the bear, an' ances. He was too aloof, too sardopu "You left inn blind on the floe, Rill we're goin' back to the schooner for a In his attitudes. But his manner wa Simms!" he roared. "Blind, in a driv-isled. I stayed behind to bleed the frlendly enough, his voice compcll.ns t ice breakin' up! blizzard with brute. All of a sudden, like it always in its suggestion that Rainey was If I didn't have use for yore earcm gits me, an' I man to be trusted. Captain Simr.-cambits you, I'd twist yore head from yore scaly izsrstm-Asrcin- shouts to Honest Simms. back Into the cabin, closjng th N body like I'd pull up a carrot." "Along comes a Point Arrow blister. Lund's fingers opened and closed That's a gale that breeds an' bursts door of his daughter's room. "We are going to have a little drl convulsively. of a second out of nowhere. It gathtogether," said the doctor. "I haw you, Jim," pleaded the ers up "I looked for snow an' Ice crysall some Scotch in my cabin. If you'll captain, and to Rainey his words tals an' drives 'em in a whirlwind. excuse me for a moment? Captain, You lose yore direction even when you will you get some glasses, and a chair got eyes. L'm left in It by that for Mr. Lund?" skunk, blind on the rockin', The doctor came back w'th a bottle breakin' floe, while he scuds back to of Scotch whisky rnd a siphon. The the schooner with his men. That's captain had set out glasses and a Honest Simms! Jim Lund's left be- pitcher of plain water from a rcek. B hind but Honest Simms has the posij "I Imagine you'll be the only one fl 5 iTi i tion of the island." who'll take seltzer. Mr. Rainey," said "I didn't hear you call out you were the doctor pleasantly, passing the botblind, Lund. The wind blew your tle. "Captain Simms. I know, uses words away. I didn't know but what plain water. I suppose Mr. Lund does you were as right as the rest of us. the same. And I prefer a still drink." We found the schooner by sheer luck Rainey took a long pull at his gla'f. Use SAPOLIO. Quickly removes before we perished. We looked for The cabin was hot, and he was thirsty. the stains and makes everything look you but the flee was broken up. We The seltzer tasted a little flat or the looked " like new. bee that the name whisky was of an unusual brand, he few 1 1 "Shut up!" bellowed Lund. "You fancied. And then Inertia suddenly SAPOLIO is on every package. sailed Inside of twenty-fou- r hours. seized him. He lost the use of his tfc . J S' ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. V" Honest Simms. The natives told me limbs, of his tongue, when he tried to Sole Manufacturers so later, when I could understand talk call out. He saw the doctor's sardonic U. S. A. ag'in. D'ye know what saved me? Th New York eyes watching him as he strove to bear! I stumbled over the carcass shake off a lethargy that swiftly uu-when I was nigh spent. I ripped it up merged Into dizziness. and clawed some of the warm guts, Dimly he heard the scrape of the an' climbed inside the bloody body an captain's chair being pushed back. stayed tUere till it got cold an', From far off he heard Lund's big clamped down over me. Waitln' for voice booming, "Here, what's this?" you to come an' git me. Honest and the doctor's cutting in, low and Slmms ! eager; then he collapsed, his head "That bear was bed and board to falling forward on his outstretched ' me until the natives found it, an' me arms. Daniel Boone Owens, 28 yeaxi Without a dissenting vote, the In it, more dead than alive. Never 6 CONTINUED ON PAGE fe old, Manchester, died in mind the rest. I get here the day beSenate eliminated from the tax you start back for more gold. fore Cal. Patrick was sentenced to revision bill the tax on parcel Massie Memorial Hospital in "An' I'm goin' with you. But first Paris from injuries received I'm goin to have a full an fair two years in the penitentiary in o' what you got already. I've post packages, effective next when he fell from a railroad moAsked .Lund. "What's That got this young chap with me, an' he'll circuit court at Harrodsburg for completes the give me a hand to'ard a square deal." complicity in the robbery of the January 1st. This tor bicycle on the L. & N. raillacked conviction. "I didn't know you Lund propelled Rainey forward a were blind. I heard you shout just plan for repealing road near Lair Station. compromise few steps and then loosened hl grip. Salvisa State Bank at Salvisa, before the blizzard broke loose. The captain of the Karluk appealed to Mercer county, last June. all transportation taxes. There's others present, Jim. I can exVictor H. Pile, a "prominent him directly. plain It to you when we're by our "Mr. Lund is unstrung," said the E. F. selves. When you're a mite calmer, The 147 acre farm of in Breckinridge county, captain. "He 1s under the delusion Jim." Just now the big cities are farmer McGinnis, located six petition in bankruptcy at Lund banged his stick down on the that we deliberately deserted him and, and J. H. 100 filed a later, found- - the gold 'he speaks of. miles west of Danville, on the doing a lot of talking about table with a smashng blow that made Owensboro with liabilities $44-00- 0 The first charge is nonsense. We did ho- man with the vandyke .beard, still Americanism. In the all that was possible in the frightful Quirk's Run pike, was sold at per cent silent, keenly observant, draw back and assets $62,000. weather. We barely saved the ship: his arm with' a catlike swlf tness th"at auction to Robert (Arnold, of country districts they are con"As,;for the gold, we touched on the only Just evaded the stroke.' Thay Adair County Slews, 31.50 per. year tent to practice. Danville, for $127 per acre. Island, and we did some prospecting, companionway. "So," he said, his deep voice muffled by some swift restraint, "you found it. And yo're going back after more?" His forehead was still creased with puzzlement. "Wal. I'm going with ye, eyes or no eyes, an' I'll keep tabs on ye, Bill Slmms, by day and night. You can lay to that, you swab !" His voice Had risen again. Rainey saw the sweat standing out on the captain's forehead as he answered: "Of course you'll come, Jim. No need for you to talk this way." "No need to talk! By the eternal, what I've got to say's bin steamin' in me for fourteen months o' blackness, an' It's comin' out, now it's started I Who's this man, who was talkin' with ye when I come aboard?" "That's Doctor Carlsen. He's to be surgeon this trip, Jim," said Slmms deprecatingly, though he darted a look at Rainey half suspicious, half resentful. Rainey, on the hint, turned toward the ladder quietly enough, but Lund had nipped him by the biceps before slimy-hearte- d Simms' words rang true enough. He did not know what to say, whether to speak at all. Lund supplied the gap. "If that ain't the truth, you He well, Slmms," he said. "But I don't trust ye. You lie when you say you didn't hear me call out I was blind. Sixty yards away, I was, an' the wind hadn't started. You deserted me left me bllud, tucked in the bloody, freezln' carcass of a bear. Left me like the cur you are. Why, you " Tho rising frenzy of Lund's voice was suddenly broken by the clear note of a girl's voice. One of two doors in of the main cabin had the after-en- d opened, and she stood in the gap, slim, yellow-hairewith gray eyes that blazed as they looked on the little d, and American Fence. Stael IJ Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. .Incoinorareo CO- - 6 EaaJ MaKet Mrcd Between Hrst and Broofc Louisville, Ky. ""- ---- - "Who says my father is a cur?" she "You?" And she faced demanded. Lund with such intrepid challenge in her voice, such stinging contempt, that the giant was silenced. "I was dressing," she said, "or I would have come out before. If you say my father deserted you, you lie!', Captain Slmms turned to her. Doctor Carlsen had risen and moved toward her. Rainey wished he was on the dock. "Go Into your cabin, Peggy," said the captain. "This is no place for you. I can handle the matter. Lund has cause for excitement; but I can satisfy him." Lund stood frozen, like a pointer on scent, all his faculties united In attention toward the girl. The doctor crossed and spoke to her In a low voice. Lund spoke, and his voice was suddenly mild. "I didn't know there was a lady present, miss," he said. "Yore father's rirht. You let us settle this. We'll come to an agreement." But, for all his swift change to placability, there was a sinister undertone to his voice that the girl seemed to recognize. She hesitated until her father led her back Into the cabin. "You two'll sit down?" said the doctor, speaking aloud for the first time, his voice amiable, carefully neutral. "And we'll have a drop of something. Mr. Lund, I can understand your attitude. You've suffered a great deal. But you have misunderstood Captain Slmms. I have heard about this from him, before. He has no desire to cheat you. He Is rejoiced to see you alive, though afflicted. He is still Honest Slmms, Mr. Lund. went "I haven't your name, sir," "The capon pleasantly, to Rainey. tain said you were a newspaper r-- tableau. HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents W. T. PRICE, Agent MdMMdvfc: Setter 6e Safe Than Sorry the d ter the the n' snow-blindne- ss REED BROS. E e COLUMBIA., KIT. all its branches the-loos- e i bilge-blood- ed - For Cleaning Tile, Bathtubs, Kitchen Sinks, and Marble i gg JS-L- L " i, vi l wZxzgmStk Us AP0LE9 -- 1 - J &. F ADAIR COUNTY NEWS RAIL MEN AG! TO NEW ff;;?yj:s:j:jl::t::rTr-r::rr::::::-T- -' ' i -r1 z- MEETI1 Happenings of the World Tersely Told v- -- Both Sides Accept II. S. Bid to Conference at Chicago October 26. WARDING BARS WAR RULE BIG " 'C- - 7 DUCTION IN - Washington signed the document known as the ex change of ratiflcation of the treaty between the United States and Germany. President Harding at Washington Felton, president of the Chicago Great Western and chairman at the meeting of western executives here, declared the executives would obey not only the order to appear for the conference, but also the board's order that the situation remain unchanged pending the conference and the board's decision resulting from It. Jewell Still Fights Strike. B M. Jewell, president of the railway employees' department of the American Federation of Labor and head of the unions which have not reached their decision, declared he would do all in his power to avert a walkout. The labor board's conference order placed the brotherhoods In the position of violating the board's orders If the strike set for October 30 is made effective. Technically the strike Is in opposition to the board's wage reduction of approximately 12 per cent, effective last July 1, although the strike order was not Issued until the Association of Railway Executives, meeting here last Friday, announced plans for proposing a further wage cut of 10 per cent to the labor board. While the transportation act creating the labor board gave it no power to enforce decisions, the board's summons for next Wednesday's conference. It was announced, was with the full backing of the administration at Washington. e Harding Bars Rule. Washington, Oct. 24. With the railroads and the labor unions, according to every outward Indication, preparing for the general strike scheduled for October 80, government circles continue to view the situation as "the affair of the railroad labor board." Without exception, those in authority are agreed that the board, now In session In Chicago, will be given opportunity to try other avenues for reaching the goal of a settlement before more drastic action Is planned. Decision against the present use of e powers still availany of the to the government was reached able by the administration, although there reports that promwere inent members of the cabinet had Indorsed the proposals that President Harding at least consider such a move In the light of possibility. The attitude of the President, it was learned, was that which he had expressed In connection with the strike repeatedly since the crisis first arose that the labor board was the agency constituted by law to handle the affair and, moreover, as the country was "now at peace" the use-o- f S. M. War-Timwar-timwell-groundwar-emergen- Senator Wadsworth of New York was chosen a member of the senate Chicago, Oct. 24. Hopes for a foreign relations committee at Washpeaceful settlement of the national ington, to All the vacancy caused by transportation crisis are brighter with the death of Senator Knox of Pennthe agreement of rail executives ant sylvania. brotherhood strike leaders to respond to the summons of the labor board for A Washington dispatch says Amerian open conference here next "Wedne- can troops will begin moving out of sday on the wage and working rules Germany immediately upon the exdispute. change of the ratifications on the While brotherhood chiefs. In con- German treaty. ference in Cleveland, stated their willingness to meet the executives Immediate reduction of freight rates and the board, It was indicated they on basic commodities, coal, lumber, had made no plans for suspending the grain, hay, feed, fruit and vegetables is strike plans pending the negotiations. expected as a result of a conference at the White House at Washington. Increased activity In the cotton manufacturing industry was shown by a census bureau report at Washington. During September 33,898,415 spindles were operated, as compared with 31,- 524,190 President Keeps Settlement in Hands of Federal Labor Board W. G. Lee Explains Causes of Proposed Strike. 7 Chevrolet Automobiles Are Now Down. 7 Bead the Reductions as Given by PRICES ON PRCES 7 7 7 7 7 WOOD LEWIS 490 Touring Oar 525.00. 7 7 7 in August. William H. Fuller, a Republican, president of the McAIester (Okla.) Chamber of Commerce, has been appointed chief counsel of the federal trade commission at Washington. Light Delivery 525.00. They are are Durable and Easy Running. Roadster 525,00. NEW PRICES ON for a building and exhibit at the Brazilian exposition next year, according to a resolution adopted by the senate at Washington. Senator Moses at Washington denounced the agricultural bloc for dictating legislation to "soak the rich," and challenged senators favoring the Smoot manufacturers' sales tax. to "vote as they think." Approval of a loan of ?1,000,000 to a financial Institution for credit extensions on live stock in Montana and Wyoming, was announced by the War The United States will spend 00 BUGGIES AND WAGONS. 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Rid-in- g and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. "It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. Finance corporation at Washington. 9 peace treaties Washington ratified with Germany, Austria and Hungary. The house rules Washington decided, William committee By a vote of 66 to 20 the senate at il have also a Full Line of General Merchandise. at after hearing J. Simmons, imperial wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, not to examine other witnesses. There will be no Investigation of the Klan by congress. Consumption of gasoline In the United States reached the highest figures on record in the month of August, when more than 503,000,000 gallons were used, the United States bu-- 1 reau of mines at Washington an-- 1 nounced. I WOODSON LEWIS GRJEENSBURG, J KENTUCKY. Washington passed the bill extending the emergency tariff law, Including the dyestuffs embargo, until February 1, 1922. By a vote of 197 to 74, the house at ; Domestic Immediate abolishment of the Unl-- j ted States railway la"bor board and Hie linmeuiaie reuueuuu ul rates Is the solution offered at Chicago for the present industrial chaos by Charles M. Schwab. iraua-portation EAGLE"MKADO &$Pk EAGLE MIKADO Pencil No. 174 7K & iKnnci For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND )K)K:)K Shop Colun bia Barber ?jJIORAN A Sz - LOWE union leaders and railway executives to appear before It was Interpreted In some quarters as the logical step of that agency to establish Its authority In the premises, since orders of the board have been made the basis of the controversy. Attorney General Daugherty has maintained silent ah to the activity of the legal branch of the government, but was understood to be ready to support the board's stand that It .possesses under the transportation ac not only the powers of an arbitrating, but a judicial tribunal. Lee Explains Strike. Cleveland, Oct. 24. Causes for the strike of railway workers are enumerated by W. G. Lee. president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, In a statement to the press. The statement was issued, Mr. Lee explained, because "the public Is rather confused" as to Its causes and some believed the strike was for higher wages. Three causes were ascribed fjby Mr. Lee: 1 The wage reduction of July 1. 2. Proposed further reductions. 3. Proposed elimination of rules which would mean still further reductions. The three local brotherhoods' chiefs, Mr. Lee of the trainmen, Warren S. Stone of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and W. S. Carter of the Brotherhood of Firemen and while preparing to obey the citation to appear before the railroad labor board In Chicago, Wednesday, were also going ahead with plans to carry out the strike. powers would be Impolitic. Action of the labor board In citing The federal government has showed EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Its teeth In the railroad situation. Judge 11. M. Barton, chairman of the United States railway labor board, A gentlemen buvinBT Cattle in announced at Chicago that arbitration between the unions and the railroads;,, is compulsory under the transporta- - the mountains of Kentucky Wish Veterinary Surgeon and'Denlist s of i tion act. In case an agreement can prf to find OUt the nearest way not be reached by arbitration, Judge Special attention given Disease Barton declared, the question must be LO reacn tne top or a tail moun Doraesf- - Animals referred to the labor board, and the tain, he happened to meet an old decision must be accepted by board's 1 or man ninety years old who gave Ofllce at Ret. :ecc. mile of town, both sides as final. . no- - own road. him the information. He said Following a decline in the wheat market, flour broke to new levels at YOU see that four acre corn field Columbia, Kv Minneapolis, Minn., touching at $7 a on the side of the mountain, that the first time in about six barrel for years. Mills posted prices of $7 to is mine, just go round that field $7.15 a barrel. twice you will see the path lead & Sanitary Shop, wherb both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. X & X X X Give us a Trial and be Convinced. L. H. ' Jones xxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxmxxx o'-fret,4,. l j W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE International Made-to-iMeasu- re CIothes.5 - Second Floor, Jeffries Building. The Ku Klux Klan has its largest local organization in Chicago, 20,000 members, Edward Young Clarke, imperial kleagle, declared in a statement Issued at At- lanta, Gu. An automobile shopping trip to Portland ended in the death of four Baldwin (Me.) women and severe injuries to a fifth when their machine was struck by a passenger train. ing to the top. His reply was: why,go round it twice, because the mountain is so steep, you won't see the path the first time around. COLUMBIA., E7Y-- . Used 40 Years J A Splendid Offer. N HENRY W. DEPP, ball game were Instantly killed and one was Injured, probably fatally, when mile a train hit their car north ofi Milford, III. one-ha- lf Illiteracy in the United States decreased from 7.7, to 6 per cent in the last decade, accordChicago students, ing to a preliminary announceFour University of en route by automobile to Princeton, foot- ment by the Census Bureau. N. J., for the Chicago-Princeto- CARDUI The Woman's DENTIST JAm permanently located in . Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. fCrowning and Inlay Work a" Specialty. Herejis a Jproposition;;we make to readers who want a city paper, but do not want a daily: We will furnish the Adair County News and the St. Louis Twlce-a-wee- k Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, In Kentucky. To subscribers living in n Tonic other States 82.40. The Twlce-a-wee- k Louisville ranked forty-secon- d among postofficea in the United Sold Everywhere Globe Democrat Senators Pomerene, Democrat, Ohio, States having $100,000 or more and Swanson, Democrat, Virginia, narrowly escaped serious injury when in postal savings deposits OctobGrrman Trade Revived. Grimsby, England, Oct 24. The large sections of plaster fell from the er 1, th9 Postoffice Department Grimsby herring trade with Germany celling of the Presiuent's room off the announces. senate at Washington. has been revived. Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All the best and newest papers published in this country. We do not know how long this proposition will. hold good, therefore, If yon- - want tbr papers, call or send in your subscription atone. is one of The News $1,50 in Ky, t' 1 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS league. Indeed, there Is little to better times if the Rail strike room to doubt that the league doesn't binder. will "function" even if we reThe people here are all very main out of it. The misery of nice to us, and I have met quite the whole thing is that we de- a number I knew and some especially one Dr. Batt clined the political and moral leadership of the world. E. W. Williams, formerly of Barren county, Ky., a second cousin of Newman in Louisville Post. mine and one who had gone to Mr. Lloyd George has again school to me, his first school and taken the trouble to deny that mine. He was 5 years old then. the British government will pro- I taught him his letters. You pose mutual cancellation of war may guess we were glad to meet debts at the Washington Dis- him and believe me, he is some armament Conference, but a Doctor. I sure am proud of him good many English newspapers was sure glad to note what I continue to harp on that idea. you say about our Congressman, Surely nothing could be more Ralph Gilbert. It makes me ridiculous than for Great Britian think I made no mistake workto propose that the United States ing to secure his nomination in should cancel the debt from the primary. I too, am proud Great Britain if Great Britian of him. 1 wish I could be there will cancel dets owing to her on now to do my bit to secure the the continent. The net result election of all of our men. If it of such a plan would be that was in my power, I sure would Great Britian would give up say to the people of Adair, nothing and the United States "Let's come up in one solid everything. phalanx and elect Gus would give up Jeffries, Great Britain owes America Gordon Montgomery, Mr. Akin something over 4 billion dollars, and Mr. Paxton." I sure feel it and is able to pay it. Europe is time for a change. There ofowes Great Britain rather less ten comes times in Nation, State than Great Britain owes Amer- or county that a change of Govica, and is not able to pay. ernment is necessary. Give our There would be nothing "mu- best regards and wishes to any tual" in the plan of cancellation inquiring friends, especially Miss as suggested. Louisville Post. Katie. Tell her to remember us kin-folk- $dair One of the hottest races Louis-- 1 ville has ever had for the control Published Or.lTuesdays of the city, is now on. Last week U Coknv6iai Kentucky- we had an occasion for a day to be an observer of the situation t E.MURREL.L.Z Bdiior and to an onlooker you would M?S. DA1SYWAMLE7T. - - Man meet squads of men discussing the situation. The crowds would A Democratic N ewspaperldevoted to the In- be divided politically and we terest of the city of Columbiajar.d the People could see no difference in enthus ef Adair and adjoining Counties. iasm. The people over the State as second can expect to read of a close Entered at the Columba' Coarvty RevJs s, -- Post-offl- mail matter. .TUESDAY NOV. 1. 1921. The campaign in this county has been of a smooth character from the start until now on the SUBSCRIPTIONJiriUCE: $1.50 n Kentucky eve of the closing. Dissagree-abl- e $2.00 ntside of Kentucky expressions never made a All Subscriptions areldue and! Payable in man a vote. See voters, women and men, present your claim, Democratic" Candidates. telling the truth and you will do i more for your interest than in The following are ilie Democratic any other plan you might adopt. candidates to be votedjfor at the If there is dissatisfaction over the election: county the people know it. '.NOAH LOY, Representative. Ad-ranNc-yemb- er GORDON MONTGOMERY, Coun- ' are not retarded in their work EVAN AKIN, Sheriff. CHAS. F. PAXTON, Circuit Court we recite this incident which ocClerk. curred at Springfield a few Independent! candidate for nights ago. Officers had gone to The County Judge is C G. Jeffries. The big railraod strike has been Adjusted and called off, to the gratification of the whole coun- ty Attorney. ' -- , To show that the moonshiners try. Kentucky went wild last Saturday afternoon when the news was flashed over the wires that Center had defeated HarTAU the country and captured a still which they brought to town and hauled to the jail. It was too large to get in the door and in order to hold it for inspection, they took chains and wrapped around it and locked it. When morning came they found that the chains had been cutiand no trace of the still was found. The friends of the late George 0. Barnes in this part of Kentucky, will be glad to know that a costJy monument has been erected to the memory of this noted evangelist and wife, in the Stanford Cemetery. Thousands of people in Adair, Russell, Wayne and Clinton, never tired listening to the good man, as he went from place to place preaching "God is Love and Nothing Else." His daughter Miss Marie accompanied him, and from her little organ the sweetest notes were drawn. vard, 6 to 0. Main Street of Louisville seem- ed duller last week than we ever before noticed it There is some cause for the dirth of trade in the Falls City. Perhaps the people who reside there can give a reason. There was a very pathetic picture published in last Tuesday's Courier Journal. It was a group of old Confederate Veterans, with six ladies, leaving Louisville for the last time perhaps, to atof the lost tend the cause of these old boys. re-union t)BroJ Bennett and family. I rejoice in the fact that we got him back for our preacher. If I 2219 Kentucky Ave. can't hear him myself, I can re joice to know that my friends Editor News: As we have purchased a home and brethren can. the above number, and will move You can remember that our doors next week, I will thank you very stand open to any who may much to change the address of come from Kentucky, especially my paper. We get the News Adair and Russell counties. Joplln, Mo. Harry Sommers says in the Elizabethtown News that the "Voter who casts his ballot for the constitutional amendments admits he hasn't sense enough to select a State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Three districts, the Sixth, itis Eighteenth and Thirty-fourt- h Relieved will decide the organization of the Senate with chances favoring the Democrats, 20 to 18 Senator J. D. Republicans. "Whitaker was in Louisville last week, consulting with Democratic leaders. There was much talk last week about a general railroad strike, tieing up the traffic of the country, but all indications point to a settlement. Mr. Mapother, President of. the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, says there will be no strike, and as a railroad man lie is second to none. A dispatch from Arizona, says that an indictment against Ralph H. Cameron, Republican United .'States Senator from Arizona was returned by the Federal United States Court by the Federal Grand Jury, charging him with perjury. Senator Cameron charges t'lkb, political forces are at the We judge that his bottom of i foes" are of his own political -- The Glasgow Times has the following editorial on the amendments: Friends of the proposed Constitutional Amendments, citing Kentucky's illiteracy record as an argument. Why all this talk about Kentucky's illiteracy, when once we had an Illiteracy Commission that was doing a wonderful work in remedying that very condition? The very men who are deploring this con dition now are the very same men who helped kill the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission headed by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. This is one instance wherft illiteracy will stand the State in good need, for nobody fully understands the need of the proposed changes. If the League of Nations now composed ot fifty governments, functions that is, if its voice shall be hearkened to by all its iaith. the peace of the world will be maintained. At least there will not follow another world war, like that of, 1914-1If the league fails, if it is dissolved, and the old idea of "the balance of power" is the failure of the league will be due to one, and only one, fact the refusal of the United States to be a member of the league. No sane mind can doubt, that our presence in the league, the leader of y it, would have insured the and the success of that its members 8. sta-bitit- each Friday, a. m. You may be Your Friend and Brother, We guarantee that any Official Laboratory Model, J. T. Goodman. sure it is a welcome guest in our which you select from our stock, will do everything a i m ii n home. Each of us read it all. which was done by the instrument used in the test. Fairplay. It brings some good news and some sad, yet we are glad to Wheat sowing is about over know all. The account of the Columbia, Ky. death of our friends is always and some of our farmers have sad news to us, especially the bpgun gathering corn. death of Bro. Barger.a very near Mrs. W. L. Bennett and chiland dear neighbor, for he was dren were visiting at Gadberry a neighbor in the fullest sense. last Friday. We feel a good man is gone. Mr. Sam Cabbell and Miss That the town of Columbia lost Stella Tabor both of this place Glensfork Saturday night and ed with serial stories, short stories pcetry, facts and fun. editorials, one of its best citizens by his were married recently. We wish Sunday. Subscribe now and receive: death. Glad to note that J. O. them much happiness. Mr. Milton Wheat, wife and! 1. The Youth's Companion r2 isRussell is better. The news of children spent last Saturday sues in 1922 Reverends Stotts, Firkin and so much burning sure saddens Sunday with Mrs. 2. All the remaining issues of 1921. Jessie began a series of meetings night and 3. The Companion Home Calendar our hearts, yet we rejoice to at Pierce's Chapel, Sunday. We Mary J. Brown. ; for 1922. Ail for S2.50. note that new buildings will go On Sunday Oct. 23 the death hope much interest will be mani4 Or include McCall's Magazine, up. Say Brother, it occurs to angel visited the home of Mr. L. the monthly authority on fested. fashion?. me that this is a great opportunW. Tabor and claimed for its vic- Both publications, only 33.00. Mr. E. L. McGinnis and wife ity for our lodge to get a home. tim his loving companion Cordia. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, It seems to me it would be wise who have been making Jefferson- - She was only sick two days. Be- Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St., Boston, Mass. to try to get the Columbia Bank ville Ind. there home for several sides leaving her husband she years arrived last week. Mr. people to put a mil on tne new leaves three children a father On Saturday of last week, at building. It occurs to me that McGinnis will erect a residence and mother and some brothers Lincoln county, Mrs. Margaon his farm at this place. some kind of arrangements and sisters to mourn her los3. ret E Owens passed away. She was a The entertainment given by I She was daughter Russell county and was a, could be made satisfacfactorily to a of Mr. Joe native of all as so many of the Bank's Miss Malcus Johnson and pupils Lee Rodgers who is well known sister-i- law of Mrs. Belle Patterson, who now lives at Altus, Okla. men are Masons, and it could be of the Walnut Grove School last over a good portion of Adair made a paying proposition to Friday night was a cuccess and county. We extend our symThe Adair Circuit Court will open by all present. the Bank. We havn't bought highly enjoyed pathy to the sorrowing husband Wednesdy of next week. Tha jurors property here because we like The Clan Call was very much and relatives. Burial took place and witnesses have been summoned, every thing will be in readiness the people or country better than enjoyed by the readers of the at. the Loy's Gravevard Monday and when the bell taps. there, but we feel it economy to News in this place. afternoon. Ships that pass in the night buy and save rent in as .much as The Poflt Office on Harvey's we think we have a real bargain now frequently do it bemuse it's Ridge has been Suggestive Reading. We are on the highest hill of the only chance they have of gett Mr. S. F. Harvey is Postmaster ting their immigration quota on Joplin and this Ozark air is and Mr. Elbert Turner is mail You will hear it said that such and land Philadelphia North Ameriv sure fine for us all. carrier from Fairplay to Chance. such a magazine prints suggestive stories, meaning that they present can. You will note that we are on Mr. Ben White who left this corrupting ideas id an attractive Kentucky Ave., sticking to Dear Two things that try a women's place some months ago and went dress. But there is a suggestiveness sug- temper are, old Kentucky. "See." So are different sort the to get ready for to New Mexico returned home also of quite a gestiveness that quickens the reader's company that doesn't come and Smith's, as they are on the the a few days ago very badly afflict- sense of duty, stimulates ambition, same street just one block from to have company come when she ed with dropsy. gives courage to face adversity, fortius. The weather is sure ideal ready. against yielding easily to tempta- isn't Mr. Ulis Garrett is giving his fies here and has been since we came tion. It is this better kind of There is really very little but little rain which soon dries dwelling a general overhauling, that you will find on alwhen completed will add most every page of The Youth's Com- economic difference between the up. We have no frost to hurt which yet Have cool nights with warm much to the looks of his property. panion. "Which of these two kinds of man and woman of today. A suggestlveness would you wislito woman spends her monsy , bright days. for Mr. Z. L. Bennett and family have exert an influence in your famand a man spends his attire Business ia picking liposome and J. L. Darnell and family at- ily life? here now. Indications all points tended the protracted meeting at The 52 issues of 1922 will b6 crowd- - money for a tire. 444444444 44444444 5? 4 4 4 4 Imi ilTIH! mUk 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WE CAN 4 4 4 PROVE IT 4 4 4 with a dozen New EDiSONS 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 The NEW EDISON 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4. 4 Herbert Taylor, 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44444444 We did prove it, absolutely and conclusively, with You know we did. from the results of the test made Thursday Sept. 29, at the Christian Church, when Elizabeth Spencer compared her voice with its by the New Edison. Re-Creation a single New Edison. We can prove it again, with any other Official Lab- oratory Model in our store. Thursday Sept. 29th's, marvelous exhibition was not the achievment of a special New Edison. It was simply performance for any official a regular Laboratory Model. "The Phonograph with a Soul." Buy one of these Official Laboratory easy payment Budget plan. Models on our test. Then you have the one Re-Created phonograph that sustains the one vital phonograph Then you have music so perfectly are listening to living aitists. that you && y, n 5 i ! IP L 2HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i j ) r ) Mrs. Robert Cole, of Amandaville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gordon FEEBLE BLOOD Cheatham. WORKS HAVOC Mr. John Q Alexander, who travels Mr. Jacob O. Myers left Saturday for a wholesale dry goods establishfor his homa In Canton,j;Ohln, where ment, Louisville, called to see the CoWot Kers Sick and Weak from Exhe will resume work with The Carna-ha- n lumbia merchants last Thursday. n Tin Plate Co. He was accompaertion Take Glide's , Mr. Fred Chapman returned from nied to Campbellsville by his wife, THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tampa, Fla., last Thursday night. Mrs. D. E. Phe'ps and children, Miss wife and baby will arrive in a few Essyeand.Mr. Melvin Phelps. They His Men and women who toil, either spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Curt weeks Mr. Beecher Pierce, who has long phjsically or mentally, use up energy. Winfrey in Campbellsville. been in the revenue service, at pres When they overwork they use up more Mrs. C. G. Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs W ent located at Loretto, Ky., called to energy, and sometimes the blood gets I. Ingram and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. see us last Saturday morning, in com- in a run down condition. Without Ingram attended the dedication of pany with his brother, Sam. rest the blood cannot get back tQ northe Christian church at Kniflpy last Mrs O. P. Miller returned with her mal, so that it becomes clogged with Sunday. husband, last week, from New York. waste matter from Miss Julia Eubank made a business The clogged blood virtually withers Mrs Chelcie Bargfcr, Corbin, arrived trip to Lo lisville last week. on pale last Friday night, to spend a week or the body. The. strained looks Mr. W. M. Wilmore represented two with her mother, Mrs. A. D. faces, the thin, bloodless arms, the Grady vjlle Lodge, in the Grand Lodge. sunken cheeks and necks, the dead-tire- d Pattesou. Mrs. S. H. Mitchell, who has been feeling, are the results of stale M Allen Patteson, the bright son of you or sick for several weeks, has about reblood depriving the sjstem of Mr. aud Mrs. A. D. Patteson, this oxygen covered. New Diaown place, (eft Monday morning for Washgo to the drug store and Workers Mrs. Irwin Frazer has returned ington, D. C , and upon his arrival mond Amberola Phonn when they Lou is vi lie, where she spent, a will at once become Page to Chief get Gude's from ograph, we will gladly They take feel weak and few days last week. Justice to Wm. H. Taft. To be a play these new records Mrs. W. R. Myers has returned Page to the highest officer in the it in either the liquid or the tablet blood rich and for you. from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Court of this country is a great honor form. That makes the red and drives out the poisons. Life Barnett, Louisville, Ky. conferred upon a young boy, and his 4373 Not Lodb Abo Fox Trot giving oxygen, carried b7 the little Club de Vinrt Orchestra Mrs. H. C. Blojd and son Irvin, and parents, who have brought him to his 4374 Sally Won't You Come Back? Ziegfeld led cells, renews the strength and Follies of 1931 J. Doherty and Chorus daughter, Mrs. Paul Beeseeker and present age, teaching him to walk up4375 Stand Up and Sinp For Your Father An builds up the entire system. Look Tune, J. Harold Murray, Mr. Karl Harshman, of Battleground, rightly, meetiug the admiration of Runabout Introducing Gladys Kice " Winfrey a older Heads, and to become, at a ten- for the name "Gude's Ind., visited Mrs. Mildred 4376 My Galway Rote Irish Eyes $325 F.O.B. Detroit on the package. Advertisement. Walter Scanlan der age, a Page to the highest Judge few days ago. 4377 When The Sun Goes Down Fox Trot Club de Vingt Orchestra Rev. O. P. Buth, who is assisting in the land, should also feel proud of '"TpHE Ford runabout is just what its name Married at Campbellsville. 4358 You're The Sweetest Girl In All The Medley Fox "World. (Intro. "Ruby") the early record their son has made. Rev. Kemper in a meeting at implies it's a regular "get-aboutHarry Raderman's Jazz Trot Orchestra Monday, was in Columbia, Rev. Pat Davis visited his brother, A few days ago Mr. Willie Mack ColThere is no other car that will take you Glen Ellison 4359 She's The Lass For Me shaking hands with his man) friends. Mr. R L. Davis, last Saturday. Sun lins, son of Mrs. Lou Collins," whose there and back again, quicker, safer and 4360 The Sinner and the Sons; Fred East and Chorus Mr. B. F. Chewning, Mr. and Mrs. day night he preached at the Meth- mother lives on Disappointment, and more economically. Homestead Trio 4361 Carolina Lullaby J P. Hutchison and Ira Hutchison odist church. Miss Annie Feese, daughter of Mr. 4342 Make Believe Medley (Intro. "Moon It's the car for the man of action the Ray Perkins liebt") Piano Solo Mr. Asa Loy, Georgetown, Ind., is and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feese, of attended the revival at Milltown farmer, the merchant, the doctor, the 1 Conrad's Orchestra 4363 Waltx Florida Sunday, Oct, 23, and heard a splendid here, with his friends. went to Campbellsville and contractor, the collector the car that is 4364 Where The Lazy Mississippi Flows discourse by Rev O. P. Bush on Charles Hart and Lewis James Mrs. J. E. Morgan and little sons, were happily married. It is a very useful every day of the year. Lanin's Orchestra 4365 JaneFoxTrot Stewardship. Jack and George Miller; Mr. and Mrs. popular couple and their friends are Low in the cost of maintenance, with all 4366 Fare Thee Well. Lore (Fare Thee WeU) Mr. H. G. Knipp, editor of the Co- N. L. Morgon and baby Albany, visit- numerous. Elizabeth Spencer and Lewis James of the sturdy strength, dependability and 4367 IileofLore lumbia Republican, made a business ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs: 2T. B. Helen Clark and Joseph Phillips Rain Coats. reliability for which Ford cars are noted. trip to Burkesville, last week. Orlando's Orchestra Phelps a few days of last week.' 4368 Ho Fox Trot On account of the unusual demand we urge that Oweu-toBetsy lane Shepherd 4369 Dearest One Mr. Walter King and wife, of Mr. J O. RuBseli's condition is unyour orders be placed as early as possible. and Elizabeth Spencer Just arrived. New line of men's Ky., arrived in Columbia, for a changed. The latter part of last week Losey's Orchestra 4370 Valse Caprice Also Men's, Lavisit, a few days ago. They were ac- Dr Leon Baldauf, a noted physician Fish Brand Slickers. 4371 I Ain't Afraid of Nuthin' Dat's A lire CO Ernest Hare companied from Campbelisville by of Louisville, was called and was in dies' and Children's Raincoats at bar4372 It Must be Someone Like You FoxTrot Club de Vingt Orchestra Mr. W. H. Wilson and wife, an uncle consultation with the local doctors. gains. INCORPORATED Vernon Dalhart and 4353 Sunnyside Sal Gladys Rice is being done to bring and aunt. Everything Goff Bros. Store. Kentu; Columbia, 4354 "A Baby In Lore Fox Trot from "The Club de Vingt Orchestra Last Waltz" Mr. Albert Stapp, who has been a about relief, and the whole county 4355 Second Hand Rose Medley Fox Trot for several months is anxious for a favorable report. guard at Frankfort (Intro. "I Know" from Ziesfeld Follies Broadway Dance Orchestra of 1911) Rev. Gross, of the Presbyterian reached heme, on a visit, last TuesFox Trot 356 Conrad's Orchestra Seminary, Louisville, Ky., preached day night. Irort Stoves. Sheet 4357 Learn To Smile Medley Fox Trot from "The O'Brien Girl" Harry Raderman's two tine sermons, Sunday, Oct. 23rd, Mrs. E. B. Barger and wife spent Jazz Orchestra church, this city. at the Presbyterian several dajs of last week, visiting have on hand the following sizes I HERBERT TAYLOR Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett, Louis, in stoves at my shop 22 inchas $3.75, COLTJJSIIBIA., KY. R. H. Kinnalrd will appreciate all ville. All of votes cast for him for member of the 24 inches 84.00, 26 inches $4.30. F-- Rowe spent several days Mrs. R. the stoves have large doors, and are School Board, both men and" women. Get irut Sweater of last week in Louisville. hand made from extra heavy iron. to vote for him. Don't fail Edwin Cravens. Mr. Oma Goode, Campbellsville, Also Ladies or Gents at Murray's Mr J. G. Eubank has in progress an was here to see our hardware men, improvement that will greatly im- Dress Goods, Undrwear, Hats, Caps, ?J . Mrs. Loren Tabor Dead. Wednesday. prove the appearonce of his residence. Notions, Shoes, Comforts, Blankets, Buying your Gasoline at Home, where it is ProMr. Herbert Dohoney, a son of Mr.' A new front porch, concrete floor. Rugs and Furniture. duced, Refined and Sold by a Company who Mrs.Cordie Tabor, wjf of Loren W. T. Dohoney, has accepted a posiroof wiil be covered with tin. IS spend Their Money in Developing your County. Fairplay, died after an The Murray's Store. Phone 12 tion with Mr. Albin Murray. He is Tabor, near 23. Give it a trial and Buy CUMBERLAND The rain that came last Thursday classed as one of the best youung men illness of twojhours, Sunday, Oct. & The men who have been selected to mother, brother, morning, Settled the dust, aud the recounty, and will evidently She leaves a father, in Adair KING GASOLINE, also try their KERO-SINareyoung sister, two children and her husband freshing showers were very much ap- operate the Fire Apparatus, add to Mr. Murray's business. Sold by their Agets nt Columbia, Rusand in our judgement they to mourn her departure. preciated. Look for cooler weather and active sell Springs, Dunnville and other points. Mr. R. J- - Lyon came oer from may be depended upon to be ready from now on. Campbellsville with the Fire ApparaWrite of Phone when an alarm is given We also Public Sale. tus, and was busy with his friends that they will lake a pride in It is most too early to start trapCcb during the day. although some hunters have keeping the truck in good condition, On Wednesday, Nov. 9th , I will ping Miss CathMrs. I. W. Murray (nee comC. J. Davis, Mgr. sale at 1 o'clock p. m., my started. Let the animals and var- so that the statement "our. of Nell,) of Somerset, is visiting at offer for erine a few weeks and their mission" will not be given. Bringing lot on the public square, recently oc- mints alone for Creelsboro, Kentucky. the home of her father, Mr. Geo H cupied by Nell & Cheatham's store. pelts will be worth much more than this engine to Columbia is due in a ? Nell. great measure to the interest taken by at this time. Mrs. Tola Walker. Bridgewater and little Mr. It. G Reed m working up the inMrs. Collins Hon. Jas. Garnett has been doing terest to purchase it daughter, Corrinne Wilson, of LouisFor Sale. some speaking in Louisville for the ville, are here, visiting the families money sufficient to pay for the Jo Reed and Mr. T. A. Holla- last several weeks,, in the interest of i The of Mr. An 6 room house with a two acre lot. day. the Democratic City ticket. He is at Fire Apparatus has been paid in, but Vj"llLr!L This is a desirable piece of property not a sufficient to pay for a house that Mr. Sam Burdette, wife and chil- and just outside the town limits. Also all times ready to work for his party, must be put up in which to keep it. dren, visited relatives in Lebanon last 45 acre tract of land 1J miles of town, and his services are in demand. Over' Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollar Stock. Mr. G. R. Reed urges all. who expect week. in Graded School district. 5 room Mr. James Cole, of Bakertou, our to make a donation to hand it in at Over One Hundred (100) Styles to be Closed Out in Thirty Days, Regardlesas Dr. O. P. Miller, who went to New house, good barn and all under wire very efficient agent, will please accept once Do not delay, but send in your of cost. Now is your chance to get your Winter Shoes and Save Money. Come: York City, some weeks ago, arrived fence. Prices right for a quick sale. This and look them over, if vou need Shoes you will buy. If you cannot come, . phone; our thanks for a box of chestnuts. amounts without further-delayWednesday night and will be at L. H. Jones last very important. or write, Shoes will be sent on approval. They were the largest and the best is the bedside of his uncle, Mr J. O. we sintasted we ever ate. Again, Russell, who is yet a very sick man People for Whom the Best cerely thank Mr. Cole. Notice. Mr Albia Eubank left for LouisIs None Too Good Cane Valley, Kentucky. ville last Thursday, and Friday he The Kentucky Creamery that has 1 will not be responsible for any met by his wife, on her return Are always ihe most enthusiastic con- been doing business in Mr. Harry was made, or checks written and cerning the excellence of our Dry Clean- Chilson's hduse, back of Russell & Co , trades from Boston. Caldwell, for of the has been removed to the Y. M. Gow-d- y signed by my sou, Frank Mr. Ray Montgomery, wife, and lit- ing and Dyeing. We have one he is not capable of making trades and Remodeling Departments house, back of Jeffries Hotel. The giving tle daughter, Mary Louella, left about most efficient checks. into Company is now able to do a much a week ago. The former went to his in the country. Furs Transformed Mrs. Etta Caldwell, Prepares for College of Life quickly. Men's and larger business. i ,' business in Louisville, the latter to the mode very Columbia, Ky. Coursesjin High School, Gr-d- s, Bowling Green to 'visit with Mrs womens garments altered in anyway " 13t desired. We dye fur skins and remodel Montgomery's mother. Music and Expression, Athletics. Rubber --firing. them in any way. Rates $162.00 a Year. Mr L G. Weatherford, who lost Prof. A. P. Prather and wife spent We tailor make Hen's or Ladies' Suits 650. rup. Latest Styles. We pay 82.50 railroad fare Lonlsville last week. ago, his barn and contents, five weeks a few days in '. . FallTerm Opens Sept: 6, 1921. We are now prepared to Robber Suit ordered from us. on every Custom-mad- e has just completed the largest one in MrTs. E. Shively, wife and child-dreSend goods parcel post. We have no agents. tire your baggy with the best grade of the Absher country. It is arranged who have been on Mr. Shiyely'a The Teasdale Co. Golanv6ia,. Rubber, at, 12.00 per set. We guar- for stock and provender, and will R.; Dakota, for some Walnut St.. farm, in North " antee our work, x ' house a number of horses and males Cincinnati, Ohio. months, returned home last week. MorrisoB Bros. " and will protect thousands of pounds , Mr; SHively owns quite a body, of land ' ' Advertise in The News if you wish to sell or buy!. of hay and a large, quantity of corn. 'V- :"-;- ; 52-State. The News S1.50 in Kentucky. Jn this great wheat growing PERSONAL Come inToday and Hear the November Peplo-Manga- Amberol Records not Whether Edison's over-exertio- n. "Get'dboui life-givin- g Pepto-Mauga- run-dow- lIllliHH Old-Tim- e Pepto-Mangan- Mil'-tow- n, ." Co-bur- g, n, THE BUCHMUViN - I- -2t n 5 Patronize Home Industry BY J r& E. The Canahai Oil Refining 4 4 &&&&&&&& BIG SHOE S"9l'4$j"&$ NOW ON. . l. m:. smzth Training Lindsay , (ffilson ScKqqI ' '"" T ;- D, 625-6E- 7 $rJeiiet, frii. .- - . ,'r. - r - - 4t j. 4 i ; Three Grizzled ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Veterans Fy. (K the intended of i Johnny Reds, held an informal Ic is only the fool any more reunion in Bowling Green last who denies the influence of week after the two latter had J. ALLEN DUNN been introduced to their former Advertising has made the Illustrations by m enemy for the first time. Victrola dog famous. Irwin Myers SI They were W. D Pedigo, 80 The foremost colored man in years old, Sherman, Texas, who Copyright Bobbs Merrill Co. j the world today is Mr. C. 0. was born, and reared at Glasgow, Wheat--Crea0 Wheat adverarmy enlisting in tising did ir. CONTINUED FROM TAGE 8 S there; William C. Johnson, 76, Advertising has made the this city, and John W. Stagner, CHAPTER II. signature of Thomas A Edison 80, of the Galloway's Mill viciniA Divided Company. an image stamped on nearly It was not the first 'time that ty, this county, both members every brain. IHalney had been on a ship, a sailing of Morgan's command. ship, and at sea. Lacking experience Advertising has run a shoe la actual navigation, he was a pretty Mr. Pedigo was a member of liandy saiiorman for an amateur. string watch business into the So, as he came out of the grip of General Wol ford's cavaly, which - the drug that had been given him, gave Morgan and his Southern biggest merchandising instituslowly, with a brainpan that seemed tion in the world, known as overstuffed with cotton and which raiders a chase through Kensthrobbed with a dull persistent ache tucky and across the Ohio river Sears, Roebuck and Company. " with a throat that seemed to be coated Advertising has run a Ford Messrs. Johnson ashes, strangely contracted a into Indiana. v nauseated stomach eyes that saw rode side by side over navigable city of every and 'things through a haze limbs that and Stanger ached as If bruised the sounds that through the war, both being in the United States. l beat their way through his sluggish Advertising has started with engagements with consciousness were familiar enough to wounded in j.place him almost instantly. one restaurant in cue town and the Federal forces. As he lay there in a narrow bunk. The three veterans spent an made a chain of them in scores watching the play of light that came through a porthole beyond his line of fa Ask Mr. Thompson. Qr more exchanging pleas- - of towns. t. vision, listening to the low boom o j Advertising is carrying Piggly 'waves followed by the swash along- - ant reminiscences of the days of side that toid him the Kariuk was 61 ana finany their conversation Wiggly all over the world. trucking heavy seas, a slow rage mas- rtered him. centered against the doc- - drifted to the Subject of what It has made the cash register etor with the sardonic smile and Cap- thev had stolen during the war a big brother to retailers all over nam simms, who Rainey felt sure had, tacitly approved of the doctor's ac-- in order to ward off starvation. the world. tions. , ,. .,, l ..:, j ivir. reuigo aumiiieu uuviuk He remembered Lund's exclamation It has introduced the world to of, "Here, what's this?" the question stolen a goose from a farmer, a substitute for sole leather. of a blind man who could not grasp what was happeuing--nnacquitted had prepared it for the pot and It is displacing the truck horse him. was hungrily watching it boil lddnnnpri him Thev had deliberatelv with 40 horse trufcks. shanghaied him, because they did not when the bugle sounded the Choose to trust him, because they It has made the handwritten End the gooBe was left bethought he might print the story of march letter an oddity in business. the Island treasure beach in his paper, hind. or babble of it and start a rush to the It has helped you to an appreMr. Johnson then told about new strike of which he had seen proof v2n the gold dust streaming from the the members of his company ciation of Stetson hats, Walkpoke. over, Douglas and Emerson What were they going to do with being so hungry at Munfordville, iiim? Ky., that they had killed and de. shoes. He mistrusted the doctor. The man It has put Manhattan shirts on liad drugged him. He was a man voured a Newfoundland puppy, whose profession, where the mind was did not share in your back, B. V. D.'snextto warped, belittled life. Captain Slmms adding that he iad been charged w Ith leaving a blind the fea3t, but would have done your hide, Sloan's liniment on it iinan on a broken floe. Lund was the opportunity. and Bevo in it. irype whose passions left him ruthless. so if he had had the Ihe crew they would be bound by Bowling Green News. It has put hair oil on heads y shares In the enterprise, a rough lot, where hair oil would do any good c daring much and caring little for any- Overdone. thing beyond their own narrow horiand on heads where no hair oil zons. The girl nas the only redeewas needed. ming feature of the situation. He wondered whether anyone had promoters of the school The It has put Castoria down your him go aboard the Kariuk with say that all that throat, left bristles in your gums ZLund anyone who would remember amendment now Sit and mention the circumstance when amendment No. 1 means, is that and then came along with a Rubthe was found to be missing. That rmlght take a day or two. At the the Legislature may provide a ber set and took them out. they would wonder why he didn't way of electing the It has put Sozodont, Pebeco rshow up to cover his detail, because different he had been steady in his work. But state Superintendent, and that it and Pepsodent on your teeth. - they would not suspect foul play at under a It has put a Gillette against l first He had no immediate family. may be elected . And all this time the Kariuk would be emblem, may mean election your hay field. v thrashing north, well out to sea. of a board by the people or any It has put Murine in your eye, "Rainey would be a for a day, then drop to paragraphs way seen fit by the legislature. sold you Cuticura for pimples, for a day or so more, and that would be the end of it If this had been the program Pears for the bath and Ivory for But they had made him comfortable. tHe was not In a smelly forecastle, but in the beginning Amendment the tub. in a bunk in a cabin that must open received much It has put Arrow collars around tff the main room of the schooner. No. 1 would have "Why had they treated him with such more support than it will receive. your neck and Ingersolls around consideration? He dozed off, for all your wrists. this wretchedness, exhausted by his But the real hand was shown It has filled you full of shreddefforts' to untangle the snarl. When too soon. It was announced that ed and flaked foods, canned vega certain board would be apetables, fruits and meats, and pointed by the "Governor" and then has sold you on adjustments the Governor went so far as to or Asperin to get rid of the name the number on the board headache. and to even name the persons It haa jammed your feet in he would appoint. Holeproof sox, put Paris garters The legislature was to have no on your legs and Tiffany rings on voice in the matter at all. your fingers. If the amendment carried then It has stuck cigars between it would be said that the people your teeth, worn out your jaws had approved the plan announc- on Wrigley's and posted you on ed and the legislature should what to buy to cure corns, warts merely confirm the change an- bunions and ingrowing toe nails. nounced by passing in a perfunc- , It has helped you to buy clothes tory way the bill submitted to and has brought fame to Messrs. them, but, dried and fried to Atterbury, Kuppenheimer, Hart order. Scheffner and Marx, old man But since the way has been Styleplus and a few more Irishannounced in advance, the peo- men by the name of Rogers Peet ple are wise to all and the promo and Hicky Freeman. ters' plans and it is very unsatIf you write an order on the isfactory. waiter you will do it with an 3Vhen He Wok Again His Mouth Was - Glued Together With Thirst. overplay- Eversharp, an Eagle' a Dixon, There hand has been a again his mouth was glued ed, the people's rights have been SJhe awoke Faber pencil, or if you use a pen, with thirst His head ached In attempted to be "poked" on. .intolerably. jEach hair seemed set it will be an Ideal, a Waterman ' tat nerve center of pain. But he was Necessity compels people to or a Conklin. Sletter. And the chincei "are ten to one TO BE CONTINUED vote against it outright because By m t i A Man To His Mate cKangr'ReminiVce'nces. Three grizzled veterans of the Civil War, one Yank and two! change Herald. abuse oflne 'Hbdgenville offered. rjrr.. The Power of Advertising. the-,Uni- on i and some P. A, Get the joy that's due you! We print it right here that if you don't know the "feel" and the friendship of a joy' us jimmy pipe GO GET ONE! And get some Prince Albert and bang a howdy-d- o on the big smoke-gong! r ? oiiy a pipe -- Prince Albert fa sold in toppy red boss, tidy red tins, handsonzt pound end half poand tin huimdsrs andinthe pound crystal glass fiatnidor with svonge top. moistcner -- . : i hit'' ?&$$ IsEl For, Prince Albert's quality flavor coolness fragrance is in a class of its own ! You never tasted such tobacco! Why figure out what it alone means to your tongue and temper when we tell you that Prince Albert can't bite, can't parch! Or. exclusive ' patented process fixes that! Prince Albert is a revelation in a makin's cigarette! My, but how ths: delightful flavor makes a dent! And, how it does answer that hankering! Prince Albert rolls easy and stays put because it is crimped cut. And, say oh, go on and get tne papers or a pipe ! Do it riht now! 7T CSIftftj JsL 1 ti-.- j JGC3F1 iPBr VY K- - Ji d i obacco '"" Wtnstoa-5.0Mj, J. Rcvnc'dj "H A i A ai vis. Sfee- - JL3if -- i if 'j aiaUoiisi Joy smoks i4U)Wlll XM Was Very Weak A I BCDT that the paper you write on is Hammermill Bond. Go anywhere you want, do anything you wish, and advertising has had a hand in it. Witty ' A Story Which Smacks of the Rolling Waves and Salt Air ZSH and Wise. i At last Los Angeles is shocked. But it took an earthquake to do it. Dallas News. Many a good farm hand has been spoiled by being elected to Congress. Columbia (S. C.) A Nan to His Nate By "After the birth of my baby I had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Alattie Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took- - . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipr,ed ai'd very weak, getting worse and State. Money goes a little farther now, but it is still unable to go J. ALLEN DUNN of--aS- -- as far as next pay day. napolis Star. India- Practically all the action and there is a world of it takes place at sea. The adventures will appear personal to you. you don't mind being shanghaied with a young San Francisco newspaperman; if you'd expedienjoy a tion to the Arctic in a stout sealing ship manned by a Bolshevik crew of sailors and seal hunters, captained by the girl's father, and financed by the smoothest villain you ever met then you'll have a wonderful time with "A Man to His Mate." gold-hunting m mz .",: non-partis- an front-pag- e won-M- er The only pleasant thing about the noise of a motorcycle is the rapidity with which it gets some- where else Kansas City Star Wisconsin has a new law prohibiting the placing of a foot upon a brass rail while drinking a beverage. In non-intoxicati- ng ' worse. IsentforCardui." j TAKE . ,, W i that state you're not even lowed to imagine. al- liliilll 8E sal as ! HH Pi 1RI $& m m m am " I 1 ill w ra m B I'iW QJSi vsy IfVT1 M1 &s kvq ra &?wA I 8 'it ss V - "I? li1 B L.t- Tacoma Led- ger. Another thing to thank the Lord for in the present contingency is that the shoe man has to buy coal and the coal man shoes. Tacoma News-Herald. I he Woman's 'ionic "I found after one bottle of Cardui I was im- A Serial for These Columns Which You Must Not Miss! proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhite. "Six bottles of Cardui ard . . I was cured, yes, I can say c IMri 1 rj!3 OHHhHH Mpanwhile its ration of mice another. When Ralph Cater's accordion sinks to rest, some- was reduced in the hope of driv body uncorks a cornet in the fire ing the bird to seek its own foodi department. Olymphia (Wash.) in its native haunts, Olympian. Eagle Refuses lo Leave. More Than One Way. Lifft is just one melody after shot and will investigate. they were a Gcd-sen- d me. I believe I to would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other MM cases of womanly troubles. If you feel the need of a good, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It may be just what you need. I The big American eagle wounded by a hunter near Martins-bursometime ago and brought to the coops of Assistant Game Warden W. G. Boyle at Altoona, Pa., for treatment likes the place so well it refuses to leave. g . Boyle and Game Warden Myers liberated the eagle, but it would ; There is an old farmer in one feuPi of our suburbs who is noted for saying quaint and unexpected AO things, One day last fall he de Druggists livered a couple of dressed birds j. 75 mm to a. customer who remarked: "I should think, Mr. Brown, you'd simply hate to chop off the WHBHfcBKjk heads of those innocent chickhousewife asked with eager inens." fc-- "You're right ma'am," he not venture more than fifteen said, "and so I never do it. I manage to get around it." feet from the pen. They be-"Get around it, how?" the Ueve its wings were damaged by terest. "Well, you see, ma'am," replied the farmer, "what I does is chop the chickens off the heads." Boston Transcript; 'S " I . !.., IIIM i " -" AlDAIR COUNT? A. NBT9 GEN. BARON JACQUES i tW M Will FB xSfWiJ.Aiieiiiiiinii SMmwSK AftfMrnf Ti .jp i llir mrrfra A Bra 1.111,13 J 4 ( J.' BALFOUR SS5&5 -- LONDON REDS CHARLES SEEKS THRONE AGAIN, e& SJV.V wr i.4v .. ': - " V PLAN BIG SIEGE Sylvia Pankhurst Directs Attack on the United States LHtM-""'""'- '" v! ' s'-- 'n itu...i.w K Irwin Myers wpi rwflt E-:.$ ' fm-:- : r ' Former Embassy. PARIS POLICE HUNT PLOTTERS New Threats Are Made In Europe in Scheme to Free Two Italians Doomed to Hang for Murder. London, Oct. 24. Sylvia Pankhurst is directing plans for a gigantic demonstration of London communists in front of the American embassy here iiext Sunday. Emperor of Flies in Airplane Oedenburg. Austria to." LEADS TROOPS OH BUDftPESf Appears Suddenly in City, Which Austria by Supreme Council and Which Has Been Wat?-Awarde- L. d Scene of Fighting. Vienna, Oct. 24. It Is reported here ;hat the troops at Budapest have gonc over to Charles and that' he has i.een pioclaiined king. A provisional o eminent, the advices state, has been formed in Burgenland in Interest, under Count Austra-Huu-garla- Letters threatening Ambassador . WLt . 5BliP' yf 'M? vl mPl.vaJffoerM hj&-J- i. 1 S,.M iff viiiv ixffM.izz02M2LL. l MmPW iywji Jtrnw a& IIBI mmmm Arthur .lameb Balfour, the famous British statesman, will be one of the representatives of Great Britain In the conference on armaments and the Far East This is a recent photograph of him. - BniANDCGiKNGTOU.S. French Parliament Orders Premier to Conference. Pershing Says No Formal Treaty of Alliance With France Is Necessary. I Paris, Oct. 24. The .French parliament ordered Premier Briand to go to the Washington conference for the unique 'purpose of insisting upon a military defensive alliance of America, France .and England as an essential condition for the disarmament of Europe. i tut JilUlJtJA. I rfk 4 fiUJW i Y EnmJfwWJwjm T&BimSmMwigfwWf WmrSwmJlm tmlrfiim wJjfmufJ&MwfMlviffJ GfailUm9imJliU rMMtsrmHrMrMlSJUlilil A Tale of the Sea Which Wfll Lift You Above the Humdrum Affairs of Life You will come to know and admire big Jim Lund, primitive man, tnighly sailor living adventure and facing danger for the pure joy of action. So realistic is the cruise of the schooner Karluk, that you will imagine yourself a passenger on board. You will be fascinated by the crafty Cailsen; make friends quickly with lhe newspaper reporter, and Jap. keep an eye on the mysterious, will sit in at some wonderful games in which the stakes are inYea visible shares in a enterprise. You will wantio dodge the skipper and keep your wits about you when you mix with the crew and above ail you will want to know that one girl in the ship company. soft-footed gold-seeki- ng Watch fcr It, Regular Readers; Others Subscribe Now and Follow This Remarkable Serial ill This Publication The Cost of Living is I J. Allen Dunn Still Near the Top. J " Here is n author witu a punch in both fists; his career has developed it. He left his native England to serve as a correspondent in the n war. Later he was syndicate correspondent in California, Hawaii and the Orient. In 1907 he was editor of the Sunset Magazine. He is the author of "Yosemite Legends," "California for the Tourist," "California for the Sportsman," "Care-Fre- e San Francisco" and in fiction, i'Rotorua Rex," "The Petals of Lao Tsze," "Jim Morse, South Sea Trader;" "Turquoise C a n y o n," "De.d Man's Gold," "Sandy Rourke" and "Salt of the Sea." His latest and most popular story, "A Man to His show. Mate," we have secured as a serial for this publication. As a tale of the Mrs. Harry B, Hanger is dead ea, it will rank along with the best Besides her' husof Jack London's in that line. Every- at Richmond. one should read it. band, she leaves two sons., Spanish-America- The cost of living has a long tumble to make before the prewar level is reached. Large cities in all parts of the United States studied by the Government's statistical experts showed that the avrage cost of running the American household has decreased less than 20 per cent, since its unprecedent price of eighteen months 2go. That calculation considered only essentials for the average iamily, such as food, clothing, housing, fuel and light furnishings, and miscellaneous incidentals. The cost of housing the average family still is around the top figures attained in the upward price sweep of two years ago. There ha? been no substantial saving on that score. There has been but little less in clothing or other necessities named, Reductions in food prices account almost entirely for whatever sav ing housekeepers are able to That this Is the program became clear T?hen the premier's emphatlc phrase "'No disarmament without security,' won a torrent of applause in the clurmber. Declaring that France is the "first pacifist nation in the world," the premier said: "I wiil not go to Washington without the indorsement of a strong majority." After this declaration he was cheered for five minutes, indicating that he will have a huge majority when the vote is taken on sustaining the government next Wednesday . "It is unnecessary for the United States to sign a treaty of alliance, for U. S. REDUCES FREIGHT RATES it is absolutely certain that American will come immediately should Franco Interstate Commerce Commission Orbe threatened." ders Reductions on Hay and Wheat That General Pershing made this in Middle Wfst and West. statement to him is asserted by Deputy Jean Fabry, In the Intransigeant. Washington, Oct. 24. Freight rates Deputy Fabry says that the remark on wheat and haj throughout the midrecalls the speech of Ambassador Wal- dle West and West were ordered relace in which he declared that "Amerduced by the iutertate commerce comica and France will again he togetJber mission, the reduction amounting to and on the same front." one-ha- lf of the increase given the railroads .in 1020. The commission also TO FIGHT DEMPSBY JULY 1 found the present rates on coard .grain, including oats, corn, rye and milJess Willard Will Attempt to Regain let, to be unjust smd unreasonable and orders them to be fixed generally at Heavyweight Championship 10 per cent less than the tariff preat Jersey City. scribed for wheat. The railroads weiv J'ew York, Oct. 24. Jess Willard directed to make the reductions "as will attempt to regain the world's soon ub practicable and not later than heavyweight championship from Jack November 20, 1021." ltates on comDempsey at Jersey City next July 1, modities recognized as products of the Tex Eickard, promoter, said. Richard, named grains, including flour, feud and manufacture, returning from Chicago, where lie con- finished or ferred with Jack Kearns, Deuipsey's the commission held, would be unjust manager, said he had verbal agree- and unreasonable unless reduced to a ments with both Dempsey and Willard relationship .corespondlng to the rates for the bout, and added that he had on the raw materials. The decreases, sent Willard a contract. As soon as though chiefly affecting producing terWillard's signature is received, Rick-ar- d ritory in the West, the commission expects to sign Dempsey up. Demp- stated, would make rate reductions in sey, Rickard said, has agreed to aecept certain portions of the eastern terri35 per cent of the gross receipts and tory necessary. Willard 20 per cent DIES AT WHEEL OF HIS" AUTO STRIKE TO SMASH UP UNIONS? Thomas H. Robson of Chicago Holds Up Traffic as Death OverRailroad Official Expresses the Hope takes Him. That the Walkout Wjll BULLET -semi-finishe- munist newspaper, the Workers' Dreadnaught, recently was expelled from the communist party because she refused to hand over control. She has a large following, however, and still Is in charge. The current Issue of her newspaper urged all communists to march In full regalia before the embassy and to demand that the American ambassador take immediate action to secure release of the two Italian radicals in Massachusetts who were sentenced to hang. Police Hunt Plotters. Paris, Oct. 24. The police of four European nations were desperately engaged in running down the ringleaders of the- - great international terrorist plot against the lives of American diplomatic officials in Europe. The "police are actively searching for communist friends of Niccolo Sacco and Bartolomino Vanzettl, the two Italians whose conviction for murder In Massachusetts inspired the communist activities in Europe. It Js reported several friends of Sacco and Vanzettl arrived in Paris a few days ago and they are believed to be In communication with the leaders of the French wing of the communist party. Special police precautions are being taken to prevent an outbreak. Double cordons of police will .guard the United States embassy. The entire dily passed without an arrest in the Herrlck bomb plot It was learned that the ambassador Is still receiving threatening letters. Word was received from Brussels of another communist demonstration before the American embassy In that city. Several arrests were made. anti-Americ- an Harvey continued to arrive. Scotland Yard took measures to protect the embassy. Miss Pankhurst, editor of the com- n Julius Andrassy, former foreign minister. A message Baron Jacques. lieutenant general which reached the entente mi&slon herfe. and chief cf staff of the Belgian army, confirmed the advices that former EmIs to be one of the distinguished guests peror Charles had arrived at Oedenof the American Legion at its forth- burg in an airplane. This message coming meeting. places the time of his arrival at Thursday afternoon. REDS HURL GRENADE Two French Policemen Hurt by Bomb in Paris. Republican Guards Break Up Com munist March on the U. S. Embassy. d Paris, Oct. 24. Seven policemen and Chilians were injured by the explosion of a bomb thrown in Wagram avenue during a meeting held bj the French communist party in protest against the conviction for murder In Massachusetts of the Italians, Sacco and Vanzettl. Several of the also were hurt, and six persons were arrested, charged with disorderly conduct. Paris, Oct. 24. A hand grenade of the same type that was mailed to Ambassador Herrlck on Tuesday was hurled into the midst of a group of police here, wounding two. The police were assembled at the door of Wag-rahall, where a communist meeting was in progress planning to march on the American embassy. The republican guards charged Into the crowd and many were swept under foot. Twenty were arrested by tin police when a cordon was formed in nearby streets and all passersby interrogated. The communist march on the em bassy was frustrated by the republican guards, who, in war array, rheir brass helmets replaced by steel "trenchers," and carrying side arms and bayonets, broke up an overflow mob outside Wagram hall. Inside th? men hall were 10,000 red and women, who hooted and howled whenever the name of the United States was mentioned. Mention of the Washington conference by speakers was greeted with a storm of hisses and catcalls, mixed with shouts of "Long lhe Lenin," 'Vive the American soviet republic" and "the disarmament fake mean war." The speakers, among whom were Marcel Cachiu, Mme. Severine, the famous woman anarchist, and other prominent "red" agitators, shouted from the platform words of the wildest Invective against America and the American courts, calling the judgps "dirty capitalists." Following the speech of Marcel Cachln, in which there was not a single word of regret at the attempt against Ambassador Herrick, the crowd was worked up to a fever heat, many women standing on chairs, waving red sweaters and shouting: "To the embassy!" When the mob reached the street, however, they found long lines of police, republican guards and cavalry drawn up with sabres ready. The crowd was promptly dispersed in all directions, restoring quiet. 13 manl-festau- ts m flag-wavi- Former Emperor has arrived at Oedenburg, Burgenland, in an. airplane, according to an Oedenburg. message, and is reported to be pro-ceediug toward Budapest, escorted by, Oestenburg troops. (Burgenland was recently awardeci to Austria by the supreme council and-h- as been the scene of fighting by forces against the Austrlans to prevent execution of the award. Reports of royalist plots have come from. the disputed territory, aQd the of the former emperor' lends color to the rumor that ho intends a new coup. Vienna, Oct. 24. Charles of Austria-Hungar- y Hun--gari- an sudden-uppearanc- e Silesia Award Causes Row. Berlin, Oct. 24. Acceptance o" the decision of the council of the League-o-f Nations, relative to Silesia by has placed the German cabi y, In net's tenure of office Chancellor Wirth declared. -He admitted his inability to predict' the future course of events and sal&l the situation rested entirely with tinv dominant parties of the German reichs tag. Complete chaos of opinion prevailecri among the three parties making un the coalition government, and the German people's party on the question of acceptance or rejection of the council's decision. he-all- les, graves-jeopard- Conferences Are Being Held. Conferences between party leaders: in the reichstag were held, and upon their outcome will depend the existence of the Wirth cabinet. It was Indicated that while the situation seemed-grav-e, it had not assumed the dimensions of an acute crisis. The plenary ' session of the reichstag has been postponed until Sunday or Monday. ENDING PEACE FORMALITIES United States Tells Berlin and ViennsM of Ratification Trcops to Leave. Washington, Oct. 24. Formal written notification that the United States-lm- s completed ratification of the peace treaties with German) and with Austria ..ml the formalities, cf certifying;, to the completion of the treaties are' expected to be completed with the former enemy powers in about ten days. As soon as the exchanges have been completed. It is the intention of the administration to begin the gradual withdrawal of the 13,000 American-- , troops on the Ithlne and to set tip dljP" Iomatlc machinery by appointing ambassadors and other members of. Iiba staffs at the embassies in the capitals s of the former enemy powers. A proclamation of peace, it was indlcatedl would be issued at about the samo legal technicalities, time, to remove-al- l which might arise because of war laws which contain clauses based specifically on the promulgation of such Su. proclamation. -- - -- t -- t UPTON IN Jugo-SIavi- MAY , ATTEND RACES KING'S STOMACH Sir Thomas Plans to See Fishings . Yachts Off Gulf Coast Next October -- Occur. Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 21 "Let the railroad strike come; it's time for a showdown," said W. M. Wardrop, .general superintendent of the Grand Itapids & Indiana railroad, in a statement issued at the local Pennsylvania system headquarters. "Now that the unions are so foolish as to order a strike, they must either win or go out of business. If the men go out the railroad union nuisance will not be heard from again for a generation. A strike would mean their (''sruption. The stage Is all set for their suicide." Kills Wife as He Cleans Gun. Benton Harbor, Mich., Oct. 24. Mrs. wife of Bertha Wenzel, twenty-threRichard Wenzel, a farmer residing in Coloma, was killed when a shotgun her husband was cleaning was discharged. Wenzel told Coroner Ivan PIxley of St". Joseph he had placed a shell In the gun Thursday, but forgot It was loaded. An Inquest 'was set for October 2G. e, Chicago, Oct. 24. Traffic was suda Said to Be Sufof denly blocked on Diversey parkway Ruler fering From Wound Being when an automobile came to a stop. Treated In Paris. The driver made no effort to start the car again, and after a number of moVienna, Oct. 24. King Alexander of torists had turned out for the. car .Moa Is said to be suffering torcycle Patrolman William O'AInfiey from a wound in his stomach, reInvestigated. He found the driver, years ceived from a bullet or the fragment Thomas It. Itobson, forty-fou- r .Sedgwick street, unconscious of a bomb during the attempt made old, 2157 at the AVheel. O'Malleyparked his mo- on his life In Belgrade some time ago, circulated in torcycle and drove the car to Alexiau according to rumors say that when physicians Agram. The rumors Brothers' hospital, where reported Robson dead of heart disease. he was injured Alexander insisted on taken to Paris, and that since He was a salesman for the American beingstay in the French capital the company, 300 West his Greek Products wound has developed more seriously. Randolph street Jugo-Slavi- ". Mobile,, Ala., Oct. 24. Sir Thomas? Lipton may visit the Gulf coast nexte. October to attend the fishing yachr-racfor a trophy offered by the famous sportsman. In a cablegram of congratulations to Commodore Edward B. Overton of the Eastern Shore Yacht club, winner of the fishing class boar races at Pensacola, Sir Thomas said:. "Heartfelt congratulations on your victory in the Lipton cup competition. Wish I had been present, but look foe-wato this pleasure next year." t es rd F0CH LEAVES PARIS FOR Marshal Takes U. S. WRECK STILLS IN BIG RAID Gal- U. S. SHELLS STOP JAF SHIP' Was. Firing at Target Off. Washington. Bow-- Fort Train for Havre, Where He Boards Liner Paris To Attend Legion Meet. Eleven Men Arrested and 25,000 lons of Wine Confiscated at St. Louis. St. Louis, Vessel Halts When Shots Cress France Orders Shipyard Sold. New Orleans, auction of the shipyard No. 12 by the French La., Oct. 24. Sale the property. at S3.O0O'.06o. Foundation company" here has been ordered government, owner of ht jwoperty Is valued ", ' ' . at ; Paris, Oct. 24. Marshal Foch left Paris at 7:45 a. m. for Havre, where he will board the liner Paris for the United States. He will attend the Kansas City convention of the American Legion and .will later go to Washington, where fie will act as military adviser to the allies. Attaches at em-bnssies here were at t station to bid ' thim farewell : v were arrested and f00 gallons of wine and whiskj were confiscated, and nine complete stills were demolished in a. series of liquor raids In northern St. Louis county by state and "federal agents, whe estimated -- that they, destroyed oyer S200.000 worth of iUJdt liquor and elements' daring the raids. dis-tiUIn- Oct." 24. Eleven men 250,000 gallon of uiasli the Japanese steamer Kaisho Maru rounded Point Wilson coast artlilery.-- at Fort Casey, practicing at a raovings target, fired shots that whizzed acrosaF the bow of the vessel and plowed, the? water in her wake. The captain, think Ing the shots a warning not to proceed for some reason, halted the ship. She drifted thre.e hours before aJnuncbj from a pilot explained- - Port Townsend. Wash., Oct. 24. A& t " Lss-- T., w , tS M& -- TC ADAIR, COUNTY Cwnberland Ceuity Oil NEWS. Breeding. i Notes. BY T. EARLE WILLIAMS. White, Spellacy & Moore, shot TtheNo. 1, on the Lela Smith :farm, near Bakerton, at 192 feet, Glut did not greatly improve the :afaowing previously found. They iare spudding in their No. 2, on ihe same tract. Wick & McKee, are at this writing, drilling at 270 feet, on he John Alexander farm, near vanced 15a a barrel to $1.15. Oil authorities stated that previous advances had failed to bring out the desired quantities of oil from producers, and that drilling had not been resumed. They added, however, that the new price might be expected to stimulate both sales and exploration. jSakerton. .The No. Strange on the C. W. farm, on Big Renox 2, -- 430 feet, with a nice show of both oil and gas at 410 feet. Creek is drilling at -- Continued high gas pressure is causing considerable delay in drilling the No. , on the G. C. Smith farm, on Big Renox fCreek by T. A. Sheridan. The prospects are excellent for a Mice well there. Maj. James A. Gartlan is spudding in on bis No. 2, on the C. E. Keen farm, on Brush Creek. This is offset to the No. 3L, on the Hicks farm, and it is confidently expected that it will t&e a good producer. White, Spellacy & Moore are jI20 teet, and drilling on their 5o. I, on the John Radford farm, on Brush Creek. The No. 1, on the J. A. Neely 'favTG, near Neeley's ferry, is 400. feet and drilling. The po ver and other necessa-sr- y equipment have arrived here o pump the "big well" on the 1 Pennsylvania parties, whose names the writer has not leaaned are moving a large Keystone Rig on the James Williams farm, on Casey's fork of Marrowbone creek, and will start drilling at once, this territory has not been previously tested but lieB near Dutch creek unon which two producing wells were drilled several years ago. J. E. Carnahan, is moving another drilling machine into the Creelsboro field, Russell county. Mr. Carnahan has had two machines in the field for some time. plete the village, in orde that the future Home may 'be dedicated t3 the school children of today. More than 3.S00 children have been taken in by the Society since its organization twenty-fivyears ago and today in ev ery community of the State are men and women among the rep resentative citizens, who owe their success in life to the Society which saved them from the evil environments of the coun'y e Miss Elsie Froedge will Jreturn Sunday from a visit to Glagow, where she has been most de- P15i5?iPi5i! WIBMMiWMM THAT lightfully entertained. Mrs. W, F. Alexander, Burkes- ville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Simpson. Willia Wood and Mr. Herman Roach spent Sunday at Mr. Branham's. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hurt and little daughters, Christine and Lillian, visited relatives in Glasgow last week. Mr. R. B. Dillon has returned home from Louisville, where he went to consult a throat specialist, and to see his mother, Mrs. G. W. Dillon, at St. Anthony. He reports her condition favor able, and she will be able to return home in a short while. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin B. Pat-to- n "Good Gulf" Gasoline m For Sale At Wholesale Hr s Dealers and Merchants Desiring to Sell The Above Brands will Please Call or Communicate With Radium Coal Oil Supreme Auto Oil and Greases poor houses. More thousands of little ones, 9l on Sulphur Creek. A. S. McClintock purchased this well and other valuable territory here some few weeks ago from J. B. Pierce, r&nd will as soon as possible put irSris well on the pump, besides G. W. Coop, Jr., farm starting other development work !ire. - -- the 20th of October, Surkesville was visited with the most disastrous fire in the entire history of the town. The fare started from an overheated stove in the poultry house of Geo. P. Taylor & Co., and as the ind was high spread rapidly and burned the stores of Cary, impson & Tobin, and C. B. fCotemao, the Lyric Theater and the Masonic Hall and an office .building owned by Dr. J. E. ?Bow and occupied by A. S. and destroyed the Hostel owned by B. C. Baker. Most of the contents of the various Sbuildings were saved, but the Soss is very heavy and only parietal ly covered by insurance. The citizens of the town have (unanimously invited the oil men tto their homes and rooms will ibe provided for the oil men and sayeling public until another jaotel can be built. Tltla reported that the town Council will not permit any more .frame buildings to be erected on tfche square and arrangements sare being made to build a mod-sr- n brick hotel as soon as possOn Mc-Clinto- ible. AGAIN ADVANCE OIL PRICES Pittsburg, Oct. fourth increase in the price of crude oil 20.-T- he zthis month was announced here cfioday-bthe principal purchasing agencies at the opening of sthe market, an advance of 25c a barrel on the following grades: Pennsylvania crude, $3.50; Corn-iiBy g, $2.15; Cabell, $2.36; Somerset, $2.15; Somerset light, $2.40. JUgland, the only heavy oil quoted in this market, was ad await longingly fot the doors of the doors of theSKentueky Children's Home Society to open to' them and now with pitiful appeal they knock at the hearts of humanity for a chance. It is di vulged by statistics compiled by the U uted States census that 90 ' per cent, of the inmates of the prisons are individuals who had training for no work whatever. Louisville parties are drilling a Illiterates compose practically well on the Potts farm, in Irish the entire army of our tramps, a Bottom. This location is not far tremendously expensive group. from a well which was drilled in One out of forty of the entire 1903 and came in with a produchost of fallen women in the tion of 1800 barrels per day. United States has had no trainDrilling i3 being rushed on the ing in the matter of trade or above well and it is expected in prosession. But we could go on this week. with figures indefinitely. RUSSELL COUNTY. All of these conditions which Bir- add to the burden of public tax vVeller & Company, of mingham, Ala., have completed and menace public health are a well on the L. L. Mann farm, corrected in part by the Ken in the Creels boro, field, on the tucky Chidren's Home Society, south side of Cumberland River. which takes in the little waifs, This well was completed in the trains them, schools them and 600 foot pay and is reported as a places them in households where good well. they generally are adopted into South Carolina parties, drilling the family. on the Armstrong Brothers farm The Society accepts only those field, north side of children committed to its care by Creelsboro r Cumberland River, have struck the County Judges of the State, a large gasser in the first pay at thus relieving of various coun245 feet. The pressure was so ties of their care and putting great that drilling had to be sus- the little ones in surroundings pended temporarily. that work for better citizenship. Mr. Tonn, of Indiana, has just From Adair county 24 children started a test well on the Camp- have been received into the Home, bell farm, near Denmark, post Kentucky Children's has been whereas the Adair County Fiscal office. No drilling done in this immediate section Court has contributed only $422 before. to its upksep in the quarter century of its existence. The quota The Kentucky Home. for Adair county is $247.07 and now it is urged that every means Upon the mothers and school be carried out to raise this sum children of Kentucky, rests the at once, in order that the work fate of thousands of little home- of the Society may not be halted. less and friendless children throughout the State, as only Pellyton. through completion of the cottage village at Lyndon, Ky., can Mr. Tom Robertson and wife these little waifs be rescued visited relatives at this place from squalor and crime by the Sunday. Kentucky Children's Home SoMr. John Lumkin and wife, of ciety. Funds for the cottage Liberty, visited Mrs. Ermine village now under construction Jeffries last Sunday. are exhausted and plans for reMrs. Pearl Hardin Marjorie moval of the Kentucky ChiLemmon, of Campbellsvi'le, ldren's Home Society by Decemwere visiting relatives at this ber 1st from the present quarplace several days last week. ters on Baxter Avenue to the Miss Lola Bell daughter of rural hqme will be halted unless Mr. Oscar West, died Oct. 26, the appeal for money is answer with lung trouble. ed by the mothers of Kentucky. On Tuesday night, Oct., 18th, The call of the country has Mr. J. R. Sanders died suddenechoed throughout the crowded ly at the home of his daughter, city Home for the 160 children Mrs. Williams. He was about that fill the old row of former 63 years of age, and had been in residences which have been conpoor health for several months. verted for many years into the Funeral services were conducted quarters of the institution. by Rev, Yancy. He was buried Two of the buildings of the in the Pelly ton cemetery. cottage village are nearly comMr. Buford Sanders and sister pleted, but the workmen must 111., lay down their tools, the children Mrs. Eula Jones, of' Seneca, must forget the happiness they arrived just in time for their funeral. hed longed for, if the appeal father's fails. George L. Sehonj SuperOur paper will not be published intendent of the Society is ask- next week until' Wednesday. 'We ing the mothers and school chil- want to give our readers the election dren for sufficient funds to com return. vs destitute and friendless, HURT, JOE GULF REFIX;.VGAgent CO. Campbellsville, Kentucky. HKMflSSSgSBS i MIIWJSS m were visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Herman Yarberry, last week. Miss Cordia Fudge ha3 returned from Louisville, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. Jodia Calor and wife, of Indiana, are spending a week with his mother, Mrs. Nannie Caylor. ; X, SHINGLES not rot, the nail heads THESE shingles dodo not rust off, they do them not dry out, curl or split, wind does not loosen them. This is because the body of the shingle is made of wool felt saturated and built up with Carey tempered asphalt which protects the nail heads and makes the shingle elastic, flexible and permanently water-proof. Beckham Patterson spent one night last week with his sister, Mrs. Rich Dillon. Miss Annye Lee Branham un- derwent a successful operation for appendicitis at St. Anthonys Hospital, Louisville. Dr. H. B. Simpson returned home Wednesday and reports her condition Her father J. H. favorable. Branham will remain with her a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simrson s Bpent tbe week end with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brockman. Last Saturday a party from Burkesville motored to the home of Mrs. H. B. Simpson, where they were entertained for a few hours, after which they left for the chesnut woods where a delightful lunch was spread. Few Chesnuts were found, but all pronounced it a "Perfect Day." There were about twenty-fiv- e lat-ter- Carey Shingles meet the requirements of building laws and fire underwriters. They are surfaced with crushed slate which is spark-proo- f. They are offered in red or green shades the natural fadeless slate colors. They require no paint to keep them permanently beautiful. Place your order early. DAVIS HARDWARE CO,, Kentucky. 13-- B. Columbia, A large crowd attended the dedicaEEsacaaa tion of the new Christian church, gRe. P!ioe Knifley, last Sunday The dedicatory 3 sermon was preached by Eld W G m Montgomery. It was delivered iV and was highly appreciated M There as an abundance of dinner on d is also said that there the ground. were more people in Knifley than evora-torical- ly Business Phone 13-- Dr. J. N -- Murrell - It DENTIST-t- er before known Mrs 1 B in the party. Additional Locals. During the session of the MasoDic Grand Lodge, we had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Jesse Sweeney, who is a native of Adair county, born near Cane Valley. He is a son of Ghas. Sweeney and his mother, before her marriage, was Miss Martha Smith, n who was in Columbia Jesse is a prominent business man of Lancaster, and tbe world has been good to him. well-know- Office. Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. J, R. wjison had the misfortune to break a fine needle off in her 6 UP STAIRS. right hand last Wednesday morning which was exceedingly painful Or Russell was called, made a deep incision, extracting the needle The op eration was painful, but the patient was greatly relieved of pain, and her hand will be well in a few days COLUMBIA, KY jTT .i IMI!li..lJi. m. unuh. President Harding has called upon all the American people, in a proda-matioto offer a silent two minute prayer, at noon Armistice Day. which will be November 11th, when a body of an unknown American soldier, killed in France, will be laid to rest in The Epworth League Convention Arlington Cemetery, near Washingwhich was held at the Methodist ton. church was Miss Rhodus the District Secretary, made Notice. a number of short and interesting talks. The address of Eev. JR. V See oar line of Ladies, Misses and Bennett was full of information and delivered in a most forceful manner. Children Coats. Best quality, latest Tbe organization is doing a great styles. Prices right. Goff Bros. Store.. work for the Church. n, well-attende- d. Southern Optical Company Incorporated Spectacles and Eye Glasses Kryptok invisable bifocal lens) Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT, Louisville, Ky. 2t Type Writer Ribbons. ribbons The ballots which will be used on November for sale, the Oliver, Remington the 8th day of weigh 64,000 throughout .pounds. tbe State will and Smith Premier. Call while We have type-writer BIG TYPE POLAND CHINAS VERY BEST STRAINS PR OLIFIC WRITE TO understand that the men have been summoned for the Tbe meeting which started at the grand jury, comprise ome of the court-housseveral days ago, is procitizens of the county, men who very well with good attendgressing do their duty. Naz-areWe e, they last. BOARS, GILTS AND SOWS who next best will T. A. COURTNEY & SON SHELBYVILUB. KT ance. conducted by "vho came to Columministers, bia well recommended. Quite a number of people are attending who live out of town, and a fair sprinkling of Columbians are regular in attendance. ne It is being The lowering of insurance rates by purchasing a fire engine will be worth a great deal to the town.' One of the same make is giving satisfaction at Campbellsville. FUR STORAGE' 1 1 tWETAMadMAKEUP FURRIERS KY. GREEN & GREEN, SKINS OF YOUR OWN CATCH INCORPORATED LOUISVRXE. 1133 S. Third r-