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Usually this would not be a m atter of more than routine significance, but, according to a veracious report from John W. Flowers, cashier of the Ban It of Columbia, the 'possum was a distinguished member of the 'possum family, good natured up to the time he was ready to be garnished with sweet 'taters and defiant to his last breathing moment. Here is the " letter that came with Peter 'Possum: sending you by parcel post today the 'possum' according to promise Am sending him alive that you may know that he is entirely unblemished and is the finest specimen of the illustrious ' 'possum' family. He was captured by two of the most famous hunters to be found in this section of Kentucky, viz Barksdale Hamlett, Jr., and Saniord Strange. His place of residence was on Petits iFork Creek near the famous Todd's CaVe and he is a descendant of that brahch of the 'possum' family which, for generations past, has thrived on persimmons, short-cor- e apples and game chickens, and has largely contributed to making that particular locality the most famous in Adair County. "On the night of his capture he had been visiting relatives living up the said creek in the 'IndianHut' vicinity and on his return had stopped apples. It was to eat a few short-corat this point on his journey that the 'possum dog, Spot, struck his trail and put him up a tree with a short-cor- e half eaten in his mouth. By skillful manipulation on the part of the trained hunters mentioned above he waa bagged without a dog bite, and to prove that he was king of his tribe, he has refused to become! sullen at any time since his capture. On his departure for Louisville he stood proudly on his four feet and defied every dog in town, all of which were present." Louisville Times. e Wedding .Plans. The wedding of Miss Frances Garnett, of Louisville, and Mr. Robert Alexander Gayle, Frankfort, will take place night at 8 o'clock, Nov. 23rd, at the Highland Baptist Church, Louisville. The ceremony will be performed by Dr. J P. Scruggs, Franklin, Ky., who is an uncle of the intended bride, assisted by the Very Rev. Richard L McCready, dean of Christ's Church Cathedral Miss Josephine Cherry, Bowling Green, will be the maid of honor. The bride's maids will be Misses Elizabeth Temple, Philadelphia; Julia Horner, Grand Rapids, Mich Martha Sparks, Mt Vernon; Martha Riker. Lexington Misses Elizabeth Grant and Dora Allen will be the flower girls Mr Geo. Gayle, Frankfort, will be his brother's best man, and the ushers will be Messrs. Charless Stoll, W. Hume Logan, Lewis Garrett and William Simpson Frankfort The ceremony will be followed by a reception at the intended bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Jas. Garnett. Miss Garnett was born and reared in Columbia and the best wishes of this entire town will go with her through her wedded life The couple will reside at Frankfort, the intended groom being a prominent young man of that city. The Jamestown-Linds- ey Game. High Last year the Jamestown School Basket ball team defeated the L W. T. S., team twice. First, at Lindsey, Second, at Jamestown. Not Jeemstown nor Jimtown, but Jamestown. We found the Lindsey boys in good shape. They strained every "I am nerve and commanded every force they had to win the? game but all' In vain. This did not give us the "big head" or the "enlargement of the bean" as the writer puts it in the Columbia Republican. The result of the games were never published in any paper, so far as we know. We don't believe that the L. W. T. S , had anything to do with this write up in the Columbia Republican This year Lindsey wanted to get back her reputation as ball players, and so she engaged a game with us to be played on their court. The game was played to a finish, 16 to 30. in fa vor of L. W. T. S. The writer seems to be boosting Webb, Blair and Ash-bAll right, good boys and good playes, but we have some boys on our team that can play too And right here we demand of the L W. T. S., basket ball team to correct some things in their write up in the Columbia Republican and so state the facts. The above is as much space as we can possibly give to a ball game. We like the Jamestown, boys and at all times this paper will report games as Notice. they are played. The Columbia- Republican has passed out of existence Before having your fall sewing done Let it rest Ed. News. see Jones & Bradley, 3rd story Paull Bldg. For Sale. y. 5-t- V. S. Hodgen, my wife and' children have to enable and others heard a famous preacher in Campbellsville, KyJ. them to live in simple comfort when Pittsburg preach on a highly interest I am no longer here to provide for ing subject, the subject being (What Our letter from Grady ville that has them? Havel taken the necessary God Hath Wrought) the listeners all appeared almost constantly for mora steps to secure them as much as that? of one accord pronounced it one of the Next Thursday will be the day when the people of Columbia will come together and return thanks to you You say you "already carry all The wireless plant has now been incan pay for" you "'don't want to stalled and is in operation. All who the Giver of all that is good, for their cramp yourself" you "don't want to have heard it pronounce it a huge suc preservation and prosperity. While keep yourself poor paying premiums " cess. On account of not having re- those who are comfortably situated Really, you are covering only a part ceived all the parts Mr. Young will be are enjoying the comforts that will tables, they of the ground. It isn't simply a unable to allow everyone to listen at be spread upon should not forget the poor families question of how much you can live on the instrument for awhile, but he in or how much you can lay by each year. forms us that as soon as the Repro- who are unable to have a spread, and There is the more important question ducer arrives that he will arrange it send some choice edibles to them; God loves a cheerful giver, and those of how much your family could live so that all may hear that wishes. upon if you, the were The first night that this plant was who are comfortably situated, will suddenly taken away. They will get installed Mr. Young and others were feel better and will be better for helpalong all right while you live. They able to hear a famous Singer sing My ing the unfortunate. Religiously would manage to subsist, somehow, Old Kentucky Home, with remarka- speaking, the man or the woman who even if your income were cut in two. bly clearness, the singer being in lives selfishly will find that they failed Would they have as much as that if Trenton New Jersey. Mr Williams to build a mansion in that home you were taken away? Would they then Changed the instrument and above. have anything at all? was able to hear a concert in PittsWanted Here is the question for every true burg, Pennsylvania. GREY FOXES.... $2.50 Each man to consider: "How much must Sunday night Nov. 20th, Mr. Young Would Thev Have Anything At All? well-fille- d bread-winner, The Radiophone. A f room house with a two acre lot. This is a desirable piece of property The people of this place will regret and just outside the town limits. Also to learn that Mr. Geo. McMahan and 45 acre tract of land H miles of town, family will remove from Columbia in Graded School district. 5 room and become residents of Edmonton. house, good barn and all under wire It is a most excellent family and we fence. Prices right for a quick sale. L. H. Jones. s lose by their departure. Mr. McMa" han, who is a good business man, will Uncle Joe Williams Cooks an manage the Farmers Union Store in Will Leave Columbia. An 6 Edmonton, and understand that his daughter, Miss Mary Graves, who is now employed in the First National Basket Ball. place, will Bank, this be a saleslady in the store. She too will be Campbellsville against Columbia missed in the bank and by all the AtWetic Club at the C. H.S. young people of Columbia We cerRight, Tuesday. tainly wish this most elegant family Honticello against Colombia, at same success and happiness. place, Thursday afternoon. Tarn oat I am now ready to do hemstitching. everybody. Also have all repairs for Singer Sew ing Machines. Come and see and get The Woman, Question Again. prices Emma Jone?, Should women be allowed to preach? 3rd Story, Paull Bldg, Should they be allowed to do such tf a thing? The Bible gives a clear anA swer to many of these questions. It Raido Station in Operation. does not matter what some Theological or Political Tom, Dick or Harry Columbia is now in direct commuthinks, but, what saith the Scripnication with Washington, D. C, tures? When the Toms, Dicks and New York and all large cities Harrs have returned to the dust Mr. Lewis Young,other our Jeweler, has from whence they came the Bible will the apparatus installed in his store still be with us as authorative as ever. and Mr Cyrus Williams, the electriWe are studying the Epistles to Timcian is in charge. When a great othy on Wednesday evenings at the speech is being delivered in Congress Baptist Church. Wednesday 23rd we or any City in the Union we are in will be studying 1 Timothy 2, which readiness to hear it in Columbia Is takes up the above subject. Come not the establishing of this station and bring your Bible with you. enterprising? The convenience it Bring your friend. brings to this town cannot be told in Leslie J. B. Smith, Pastor. a short item. Again, wo want to Big Vaudeville show at Cane Valley praise and tip our hat to Mr. Young. We got the time direct from WashFriday night Nov. 25. ington last Thursday morning. 5-- O'possum. Uncle Joe Williams cooked an o'possum and invited Marvin Piercy, Bill Hood, John Squires find Rhue over to a 7 o'clock dinner, and after partaking freely of Uncle Joe's possum and "taters" with good corn bread and hot coffee, they were thoroughly convinced that Uncle Joe was not joking when he said that there is a great big art in cooking a possum. Uncle Joe is one of the few surviving representatives of the good old time family darky that his figured so prominently in the romantic history of The Old Kentucky Home. The boys will not soon forget the happy occasion, and the picture of good old Uncle Joe, as with beaming countenance, he stood by and watched with satisfaction his white boys enjoying the possum supper. XX. NOTICE. We are now ready than twenty years, has failed to reach us for several weeks. Our correspondof Naw York ent eays that he has mailed them regMrs Daisy Hamlett, Agent, ularly, and we do not doubt his 'stateColumbia, Ky. ment. The postmaster at this place is very careful wlthlour mail, and no Thanksgiving. blame is attached co him. We simply Message. Truly this is a wonderful instru- did not get the letters, and if they had Thursday, the 24th inst , Thanksreached us they would have been pubgiving services will be held in the ment for people that never would lislished. We have a few times carried Christian church and Rev. R. V. Ben- ten to a Religious sermon in their own over the Grady villejletter on account nett will deliver the discourse. Busi home church who have expressed a of the congestedlcondition of our colness men of Columbia are requested desire to hear these sermons. umns, and we regret that this has octo close their stores and attend. curred. We are at all times glad to Ladies' Hats. publish a letter fromGradyville. It Did Not Work. Nice line of up ladies hats at our store'which'will bejsold at "acA real roodhorse for sale. Call at were laid for the prisoners to tual cost. Call at once. They are once. Plans S. C, Neat. escape jail last Tuesday night. After going. It is estimated that approximately supper they were turned in the hall Blair & Ellis, Garlin, Ky. 6 percent of Kentucky's acreage of for some purpose and in due course of corn was put into silos this season, time they were returned to the cells the average yield per acre being only Where Would They Get it? At bedtime Mr. Tarter, the jailer, dbout 6 tons. Some farmers report went into the cells to see that all was well. He missed one of the Bell bovs. If you are earning say $3,000fa year, corn as being'chaffy and some also reand in looking over the hall he could at least one-ha- lf goes to the support port damage due to molding in the shock. Only 74 percent, of this year's not be discovered. There was a large of your family. crop in Kentucky Is reported as One-hal- f box in the halland Mr. Tarter said: of 83,000 is $1,500. compared to an average "I do not know where he could be A policy for $30,000 would produce unless he is in that box I will shoot for your family an income of $1,500 a of 84 percent usually merchantable. into it and see." When this announce- year, if its proceeds were invested at Farmers also report 9 percent, of last year's Kentucky corn crop still ment was made the Bell boy hallooe'd at 5 per cent. average yield per acre aod came out. He was then handThe value of your on farms The cuffed and chained and placed in the life to your family is therefore not this year in Kentucky is reported by cell.The supposition is that he had the less than $30,000. Is your life insured farmers as 25 6bU3. per acre compared key Albert Wtst had made,and that it for anything lfe that value? If not, to 30 5 bus. per acre last pear and a average of 27 3 bus- was his intention to liberate all the where would they get the remainder prisoners at a late hour that night. of the income? Jamestown Wins. time this is read the Bell THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE boys and the negro Lewis Cooper, COMPANY OF NEW YORK has a Last Wednesday night the Colum' wllbbe in Frankfort. policy that exactly fits your need. bia basket ball t9am went up against Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Agent, Jamestown andjwas badly defeated. v Notice. Adair County News Office. A large crowd witnessed the contest and it was very much enjoyed. Ab Notice. The tax books are now completed the end of the first half the visitors and I am ready to receive your taxes. were four in the lead. They gained , Come in at once and settle. The for the next 30 days, sell in the latter half and the game closed sooner this is done, the better for all at net cost dry goods, notions, Ladies 3G to 24 The Columbia club graceconcerned. and men's hats, Shoes and Rubbers fully submitted, and every body left Blair & Ellis, Garlin, Ky. Cortez Sanders, for home, good feeling prevailing. Sheriff.'Adair County. . The Mutual Life Insurance Co , most forceful sermons that they had ever heard. This same talker announced that many more messages would follow one of which would be Americas Message to the World whicih would probably be his Thanksgiving to-da- te 2--4t being-merchantabl- money-producin- g 10-ye- By-th- e -- We-'wilJ- 6 51-- tf Announcement. Report of the Grand Jury. Elder - to issue dog tax License and collect your dog taxN for the year 1922. Please call and settle A grand jury of Adair Circuit before January 1st, 1922, as the law Court, after being in session 7- das, returned 49 indictments,- classified as directs. follows. Respt., Nuisance' 1 S. C. Neat, Clrk, A. C. C. 2 Transporting liquor Selling liquor 2 ' With Paralysis. ." Stricken Cold check 5 - Mr. E S. Crume, who is the Rec-weapo- Ex- ns . Killed in Oklahoma. Take Notice. press Agent, A telegram received last Thursday, morning from Okemah, Okla., by Mr. E. H. Hughes, stated that Ural Roe fell from a stairway and died instantwas reared at ly. The deceased was a son of T. H. Sparksville, and Boe. He was known to most of tha -- people in the lower end of the county. He was District Judge which correspondents with our Circuit Judge. It is the duty of each and every owner of an automobile, of any kind, truck, motorcycle and dealers in to call at the County Clerk's office between December 2d, 1921, to January 1st, 1922, and procure licenses for same t S. C. Neat Weapons sis last Tuesday A message to his daughter here, recei7ed Wednesday,' Selling cigarettes torfninors Escaping jail stated that he was bettejv Breach of Peace Mr. Crume has visited here, has a - Detaining- a woman number of acquaintances ln.Columbia, Deserting infant children all of whom will be gfad to hear of his Fornication early recovery. ' the father of Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, this place, 'met with two strokes of paraly- at Elizabethtown, Grand larceny Petit larceny ', 2 2 1 3 Disturbing worship-- . 4 2 -- 3 - of Loren Furstemberger, Ky , will preach at the Christian church, this city, next Monday night, Nov., 28, at 7 o'clock He is a young man and comes well recommended. We hope to engage him as pastor for the church here, next year. It is requested that the membership be well represented to hear him. It is also desired that the Mt. Pleas r ant ohurch be represented as he is expected to preach for that church.and Cane Valley in connection witn this church. He will preach for the Cane Valley church on Tuesday night, Nov 29. Owensboro, I Subscribers to;the.fcNews who live-idistant States3iare requested to watch the labeUonthelr paper and if. their paid time is out to'send in a remittance without further delay. Those from a distance, who are not taking the News arejrequested to subscribe The News will tell you about your people left in Adair and adjoining counties. n 17 2 Do not overlook Thanksgiving services, which will be held at tho Christian church next Thursday forenoon. The sermon by Rev. R. V. J5... . yl'hAY oe iturtzman piano which 1 Bennett There will be special music. - $3-i- l kfca bargain, If taken at once. Merchants are agaioed askedto cIom '' I- ""' . lam E wis. their doers' and present. j- Per Sale. have sold my stock of goods. terest. ' 1 Please come and settle your account. There are several hundred subscrib2 'Alfain Hurray. , ers to the Adair County Mews whosa .V " In answer to a question propounded time Is out and we want them to re49 Sheet iron Stoves. Total by Rev. I. M. Grimsley, of this coun new at once. The New Year will Type Writer-Ribbonty, State Superintendent Geo. Colvin soon be here and we want to ata?frtb "I have on hand the following sizes answers: Our Course of Study au- year of 1922 with all oar old sabecfibV in stoves at my shop 22 inches $3.75, We have thorizes he teaching of vocal muslo ers and as many new oom'u pofglbleJ. 24 inches $4.00, 26 inches $4.30. All of for sale, theiOkVer Remington in our schools, this Department- ap- It will be our inteatlonlto glveUl the stoves have large .doors, and andSmigi Premier. Call , while proves it, and there isao law against news worth males', during tr-- yearr haad.maoVfrom extra fceavy iroo. Mt. 1922. Edwin Cihium. they (art. s!' type-wrkerribho- The open session of the Epworttc League drew a large congregationto the Methodist church Sunday night at 6.15. The program of making: talks, the aim and purposes of the League and testimonies were evidences of their good works. The landing of the pilgrims, their unique costumes and song were of special In- ns - tht e '.?- -- ,4rHf .. &a&&m? ,1 -- -"- H, JtAt h0muMsr&' V 1 . it K v 2 to protect the girl, ir Hind,' seeming more like a pirate than ever, with his cold eyes sweeping the horizon, his i I ADAIR COUNTY hair was disheveled and her eyes stared at them without seeming recognition. But she spoke, in a flat, toneless voice. "My father Is dead! she faltered, swayed and seemed to swoon as she sank toward the floor. Rainey darted forward, but Lund was quicker and swooped her up in his arms as if she had been a feather, took her to the table, set her In a chair, dabbled a napkin in some water and applied It to her brows. "Chafe her wrists," he ordered Rainey. "Undo that top button of her blouse. That's enough; she ain't gbt She'll come through. on corsets. Plumb worn out. That's all." He handled her, deftly as a nurse would a child. Ralney chafed the slender wrists and beat her palms, and soon she opened her eyes and sighed. Then she pulled away from Lund, bending over her, and got to her feet "I must go to my father," she said. "He is dead." They followed her Into the cabin and Lund bent over the bunk. "Looks like it," he whispered to Ralney. Then he tore open the skipper's test and shirt and laid his head on his chest The girl made a feint motion as If to stop him, but did not hinder him. She was at the end of her own strength from weariness and worry. Jeund suddenly raised his head. "There's a flutter," he announces. "He ain't gone yit Get Tamnda an' some brandy." With the dose there came signs of revival, a low moan from the skipper. The girl flew to his side. Tamada, standing by with the bottle, stepped forward, handed the brandy to Rainey, and rolled up the lid of an eye, looking closely at the pupil. "I study medicine at Tokyo," he said. "Why didn't ye say so before?" demanded Lund. It did not occur to any of them to doubt Tamada's word. There was an air of professional assurance and an efficiency about him that carried weight. "What can you do for him? There's a medicine chest in Carlsen's room;" "I was hired to cook," said Tamada quietly. "I should not have been permit to interfere. It Is not my business If a white man makes a fool of himself. Now we want morphine and hy- NEWS ., r A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN Illustrations by Irwin Myers Copyright Bobbs Merrill Co. SYNOPSIS. . CHAPTER I. Loitering on the San Francisco water front, John Ralney. newspaper reporter. Is accosted by a blind man, a giant In size, who asks Ralney to lead him to the sealing schooner Kar-luThe blind man tells Ralney he is an old shipmate of Captain Simms of the Karluk and desires to make his visit a surprise. He asks Ralney to lead him aboard, and Ralney does so. In the cabin they And Captain Simms and a man named Carlsen. Simms recognizes the blind man, calling him Jim Lund. Lund accuses Simms of abandoning him, blind en an Ice floe, and denounces him for what he calls his ingratitude. Simms denies the charge, but Lund refuses to he pacified. He declares his Intention of accompanying the Karluk on its expedition north, where it Is going in quest of a gold field which Lund has discovered. Peggy, Simms' daughter, is aboard, and defends her father. Carlsen, who is a physician, drugs Ralney. CHAPTER II. Awaking from his stupor, Ralney finds himself at sea. Carlsen Informs bun he has been kidnaped because, having learned the object of the expedition, he might have divulged It and frustrated the plans of the voyagers. He offers Ralney a share of the gold, and Ralney, seeing nothing else to be done, declares himself satisfied. Lund gives him a brief account of a former expedition of the Karluk, tells him he distrusts Carlsen, and suggests a "partnership," Ralney to act as Lund's "eyes." CHAPTER IIL Ralney, having a slight d knowledge of seamanship. Is made mate of the vessel. Captain Simms la In exceedingly poor health, and the navigation of the ship is entirely In the hands of Doctor Carlsen. At the latter augreatlon a shooting match is arranged between the "hunters" aboard, the vessel belnr ostensibly on a sealing expedition. Lund, although blind, demonstrates he can shoot "by sound." The hunters having emptied their revolvers, Carlsen tells them there are no more shells on hoard. CHAPTER IV. Watching the pursuit of a whale by its natural enemies, the vessel Is mishandled and narrowly escapes disaster. In the confusion the kip's boy, Sandy, Is swept overboard. Ralney rescues him, earning his gratl-tar- e and Incidentally the admiration of Peggy. The captain's Illness seems about to have a fatal ending. CHAPTER V. Lund mistrusts the hunters and urges Ralney to "pump" Sandy and gain a knowledge of their plans. Sandy tells him Carlsen is creating a feeling that all on board, with the exception of Sandy and the Japanese cook, Tamada, should have an equal share of the gold, which was not the original plan. Ralney and Carlsen quarrel and tie latter draws a revolver. Ralney overpowers him. Lund is of opinion that Carlsen Is keeping the captain HI and Is playing to secure the gold, and Incidentally Peggy, for himself. Tamada, evidently a Japanese of education and far above the position of Iscook on such a an unknown vessel as the Karluk, quantity. 'CHAPTER VI. An interview Ralney has with Tamada does not throw much light on the position of the Jap, though Ralney is Inclined to believe he has no sinister intentions and would prefer to aide with Lund and Ralney rather than with Carlsen and the hunters. Lund fi doubtful, but tells Ralney he has a trump afd In his possession which will enable him to frustrate any sinister plans which Carlfeh may have made. They sight land made and arrangements are sharingfor a conferof the gold. ence to decide on the knowing that Lund would insist Carlsen, on Rainey's being present In an advisory capacity to the, blind man, invites Ral k. sec-oa- bulk easting Rainey's Into a dwarf's by comparison, attempted to harm Peggy Simms, Rainey resolved to play the part of champion. He could not shoot like Lund, but he was armed. He lelt the mastery of the man. And he felt Incompetent beside him. Lund held the power of life and death, not by brute force alone. He was the only navigator aboard, with the skipper seriously 111. As such alone he held them in his hand, once they were out of sight of land. "Hansen," said Lund, "Mr. Rainey'll relieve you after we've eaten. Come on, Rainey. You ain't lost yore appetite, I hope. Watch me discard that spoon for a knife an' fork. I don't have to play blind man enny longer." Food did not appeal to Ralney. It was Lund's demeanor that gripped him. The giant dismissed Carlsen as unceremoniously as he might have flipped the ash from a cigar, or tossed the stub overside. "I've got to tackle those hunters," Lund said. "I expect trouble there, sooner or later. But I'm goin to-- lay down the law to 'em. If they come clean, well an' good, they git their original two shares. If not they don't get a plugged nickel. An' Demlng's the one who'll stir up the trouble, take it from me. I'd jest as soon It was war. I don't see as we can help the skipper much 'less we try reverse treatment of what Carlsen did If we knew what that was. If he gits worse she'll let us know, I reckon. See you later." Rainey took the dismissal and went up to the relief of Hansen. He did not mention what had happened until the Scandinavian referred to It Indirectly. "They put the doc overboard, sir, soon's Mr. Lund an' you bane go below." It seemed a summary dismissal of the dead, without ceremony. Yet, for I" The Karluk came about as Ralney reached f.he deck and gave his orders. Then he returned to the cabin. The captain had opened his eyes. "Peggy!" he murmured. "Carlsen, where is he? Lund! Good God, Lund, you can see?" "Keep quiet as you can," said Tamada. Something in his voice made the skipper shift his look to the Japanese. EVERYTHING IN HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized, and Painted. Also EHwood and American "Where's Carlsen?" he asked again. "He can't come now," said Tamada. Under the urge of the drug the skipper's brain seemed abnormally clear, his Intuition heightened. "Carlsen's dead?" he asked. Then, shifting to Lund: "You killed himj Jim?" Lund nodded. "How much morphine did you give Fence. i me?' "Five grains." "It's not enough. It won't last There isn't any more?" he flashed out with sudden energy, trying to raise .Incorporated himself. "I'll be gone In an hour or 116 Cast rialkel Mreei Between PlrsI and Brook two. Got to talk while this lasts. Jim about leavln' you that time. I could Louisville, have come back. I had words about It with Hansen. He knows. But the gale was bad, an' the ice. It wasn't the gold, Jim. I swear it I had the ship an' crew to look out for. An' 3eKH8KS8K3iOK Peggy, Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO- Ky. "I might have gone back sooner, Jini, I'll own up to that. But It wasn't the gold that did it. An' I didn't hear what you shouted, Jim. The storm came up. We were frozen by the time we found the ship. Numb. "Jim, this trouble hit me the day after we left the floe. Not sciatica, at first, but in the head. I couldn't think right. I was just numb In the brain. An' when it cleared off, It was too late. The ice had closed. We couldn't go back. I read up in my medical book, Jim, later, when the sciatica took me. "Had to take to my bunk. Couldn't stand. I had morphine, an' it relieved me. Took too much after a while. Had to have it Got better in San Francisco for a bit. Then Carlsen prescribed It. Morphine was my boss, an then Carlsen, he was boss of the morphine. Seemed like seemed at home. HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute -- Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE as W. T. PRICE, Agent X Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance podermic syringe." Tamada rolled up the captain's sleeve. The flesh, shrunken, pallid, e was closely spotted with scars that showed livid, as if the captain had been suffering from some dot-lik- 'They Put the Doc Overboard, Sir, Socn's Mr. Lund an' You Bane Go Below." ihe lite to be authentic, Lund must serv-c- p have provided, and the a mockery under would have been the circumstances. It was the best thing to have done, Rainey felt, but he mild not avoid a mental shiver at the thought ot the man, so lately vital, lite Itraiu alhe with energy, sliding through the cold water to the ooze to lie there, cursodden, swinging villi the sub-se- a rents until the ocean scavengers claimed him. "All right, Hansen," he said in answer," and the man hurried off after his sea-burlal Is arranged that CHAPTER VIL--It Ralney Is to see the skipper, who Carlsen declares is in no condition to join the Ralney finds the captain gathering. seemingly at the point of dea 1. Peggy n confides to him that she dist: asts and fears he 's actually slowly killbegins ing her father The conference with a general feeling of tenseness. Carlsen makes the assertion that all on board, with the exception of Tamada and the boy Sandy, being equal, they should Ehare alike Lund denies the equality, and as the discoverer of the gold demands the chief share. After a bitter quarrel Lund throws oft his glasses, announcing the recovery of his sight Carlsen draws his revolver, but Lund also has a revolver and shoots first. Carlsen Carl-Be- "How much d'ye suppose he took at once?" Lund asked the Japanese In a low voice. "Fifteen grains, I think. Maybe more. Too much! Always too much drug in his veins. Much worse than opium for man." "Carlsen's work," growled Lund. "Increased the stuff on him till ho couldn't do without it Made him a slave to dope an' Carlsen his boss. He deserved killin' jest for that, the skunk." - aS'-?- ti Ralney frantically searched through the medicine chest and, finding only five tablets marked Morphine 1 gr. in a bottle, sought elsewhere in vain. And he could find no needle. But he ran across some automatic cartridges and put them in his pockets before he hurried back. "Tills Is not enough," said Tamada. "And we should have needle. But I dissolve these In galley." And he hurried out. The girl had slipped down on i strange rash. Lund whistled softly. Ralney, too, knew what it meant. The skipper had been a veritable slave to the drug. Carlsen had administered it, prescribed it, used it as a means to bring Simms under his subjection. His voice was weaker when he spoke again. They came closer to catch his whispers. "Carlsen mind wasn't my own. Peggy I wasn't In my right mind, honey. Not when Carlsen he was angel when he j;ave me what I wanted devil when he wouldn't. Made me do things. But he's dead. And I'm going. Never reach Unalaska. Peggy forgive. Meant for best but not m right mind. Jim it wasn't the gold. Not Peggy's fault anyway. "She'll get hers, Simms," said Lund. "Yours too." The skipper's eyes closed and his frame settled under the clothes. The girl flung herself on the bed in uncontrollable weeping, Lund i ised eyebrows his at Tamada, who like" Better Be Safe Than Sorry shrugged his shoulders. "Better get out o' here," whispered Lund. He and Rainey went out together. In a few minutes Tamada Johned them, his face sphinxlike as even , Those Who acted upon our advise before the Fire are GLAD; Those. who did not, are SORRY. fiKws3av Is killed. CHAFTER VIII. Honest Simms. Lund greeted Ralney with a curt nod. Hansen was htill at the helm. The crew on duty were standing about alert, their eyes on Lund. They had found a new master, and they were cowed, eager to do their best Til hhow this crew they've got a skipper aboard," aid Lund. "How's extra detail. Lund came up after a while, and s Rainey told him of the fate of body. "I figgered they'd do about that" commented Lund. "They savvied he'd aimed to make suckers out of 'em, an' they dumped him. But they ain't on our side, by a long sight That Demlng is a better man than I thought He's the main grouch among 'em. Said if I hadn't had a gun he'd have tackled me in the cabin. Meant it, too, though I'd have smashed him. He's sore becoz 1 said he warn't my equal. I told him if he wanted to try It out, I'd accommo date him. He didn't take It up, an' they'll kid him about it He'll pack a grudge. I ain't afraid of their knifin' me, not while the skipper's sick. They need me to navigate." "This might be a good chance for me to handle a sextant," suggested Ralney casually. Lund shook his head, smiling, but his eyes hard. "Not yet, matey," he said. "Not that I don't trust you, but for me to be the only one, jest now. Is a sort of life Insurance that suits me to carry. They might figger, if you was able to navigate, that they c'ud put the screws on you to carry 'em through, wltlrme out of the way. I don't say they could, but they might make It hard for you, an you ain't got quite the same stake in this I have." Here was 'cold logic, but liainey saw the force of it. Hansen came up early to split the watch and put their schedule right again, and LuHd went below Lund, ordered Tamada Avlth Ralney. to bring a bottle and glasses, and they at down at the table. Ralney needed the. kick of a drink, and, took one. As Lund was raising his glass with toast, of j'Hergs to luck," the skipper's door opened nd the girl appeared. She looked like nghost Her Carl-sen'- "He Is dead," he said. Rainey and. Lund went on deck. The schooner thrashed toward the volcano, the bearing-marfor Unalaska, hidden behind it. They paced up and down in silence. "I gue&s he was 'Honest Simms,' after all," said Lund at last. "The gal blames me for the morphine, but Carlsen never meant him to live. She'll see that after a bit, mebbe." Rainey glanced at him curiously. He was getting fresh lights on Lui.d. Then the girl appeared, pale, composed, coming straight up to Lund, who halted his stride at sight of her. "Will you change the course, Mr. Lund?" she said. "Father fcpoke once more. After you left He does not want to go on to Unalaska. He said it would mean a rush for the gold; perhaps you would have to stay there. He does not want you to lose the gold. He wants me to have my .share. He made me promise. And he wants he wants" she bit her lip fiercely in repression of her feelings be buried at sea. That was his last rek It is too late After the Fire Better see us before the next one occurs. BROS:nsrsxm.A.:srcE ir all its branches COLUMBIA, KY. - REED France has 'Blue Beard.' Versailles, France. Henri Landru, the twentieth century Don Juan, went on trial here. Known as the "blue beard of Garabala Vill," Landru was to plead to the charge of murdering eleven of the 283 women, of all ages, who are alleged to have become bethrothed to him. "to the cap'en?" Ralney told him. "We'll see what we can do for him," said Lund. "He's better off without that fakir, that's a cinch. Called me a murderer," he went on with a laugh. "Got spunk, she has, And she's a trim bit. A slip of a gal, ', eh, but she's game. An' Ralney?" He smiled as if the prospect suited him. A suspicion leaped into Rainey's brain. Lund had said he would not see a decent girl harmed. But the man was changed. He had fought and won, and victory shone In his eyes with a glitter that was immune from sympathy, for all his air of He had said that a man under his skin was just an animal. His appraisal of the girl struck Ralney with apprehension. "To the victor belongs the spoils." Somehow the quotation persisted. What if Lund regarded the girl as legitimate loot? He might have talked differently beforehand, to assure himself of Rainey's support. And Rainey suddenly felt as If his support had been uncalled upon, a frail reed at best Lund had not need-ed him : would he need him, save as an ,qJLiald, not altogether necessary, 'with Hansen aooaru, to run uhj suipr He said nothing, but thrust both pilot "'liands'into the side pockets" the. ship's coat he had acquIrwL-from- . Stores,, The sudden tquch of cold steel gaye him new 'courage. Hehad sworn good-humorgood-lookin- quest." She turned and looked over the rail, struggling to wink back her tears. Rainey saw the giant's glance sweep over her, full of admiration. "As you wish. Miss Peggy." he said. "Hansen, 'bout ship. Hold on a min-n- lt How about you, Miss Peggy? If you want to go home, we can find ways at Unalaska. I play fair. I'll bring back yore share in full." "I am not thinking about the gold," the girl said scornfully. "But I want to carry out my father's last wishes, if you will permit me. I shall stay with the ship. Now I am going back to him. You you" she quelled the tremble of her mouth, and her chin showed firm and determined "you can arrange for the funeral tomorrow at dawn, if you will. I want him to- are alleged to have been the agency through which he worked. He is said to have induced each of his victims to convert her wealth into cash. Meeting her in Paris he would purchas9 two railroad tickets to Gambais. will be produced to Records show that he always purchased only one return ticket. Most of the women to whom The trial, in France, far over- the modern Don Juan is alleged shadows the Washington arms to have been betrothed, disap-e- d. good-natur- e. night" The Girl Had Slipped Down on Her Knees Beside the Bed. of-th- e -- conquered even that and walked to the companlonway. her knees beside the bed, holding her - "Game, by Heaven, game as they father's hand against her lips, her eyes make 'em!" said Lund. closed. She seemed to be praying, CHAPTER ix. Tamada administered the morphine. The beneficial results were apparent Deming Breaks an Arm. The dry, frightfully sallow skin ha'd Hainey, dozing in his bunk, going changed and Simms was breathing oyer the sudden happenings of the freely, while Tamada, feeling Jils pulse, nodded affirmatively to the day, had placed Carlsen's automatic under his pillow after loading It., He girl's questioning glance. "We'll have to put In to Unalaska," found that It lacked four shells of full capacity, the two that Lund had fird Rainey said. "There are doctors at his bottle, target, the one fired by there." The girl turned toward Lund. Carlsen at Ralney, and the last inef-He smiled at the intensity of her gaze fe'ctiye shot at Lund, a shot that went . and'pose. y astray, (Ralney decldedt r. largely "I play fair, Miss Peggy," he said. jCOXTINUED ON PAG J! 3 i ,n' "Rainey change the course.'' "t s Her face quivered piteousiy, but she ( conference as far as excitement is concerned. It got under way after an investigation lasting two years and a half of the strangest case in modern criminal history. Landru is 50 years of age with heavy features and Equatty figure, a shining bald pate and bushy black beard in fact the exact antithesis of the legendary Don Juan will be pictured by the prosecution as having lured army of women, a veritable mostly wealthy widows, ranging in age from 20 to 60 for their fortunes. Matrimonial; advertisements The evidence agajnst him is circumstantial. Three pounds of charred bones taken from tha villa and alleged by experts to be human will be produced in court. The prosecution also will introduce Landru's note book in which he i3 said to have entered minute particulars regarding his various experiences. The former Madame Landru, in an interview, declared she did not believe him guilty of the charges against him, and pointed out that the stove in which the alleged human bones were found was too small to admit a. human body. i- - i Xv, Jh? s-t- j ,fllllJllMlJllllllillllK--v-.- K ADAIR COUNTY NEWS CONTINUED PROM PAGE through Lund's or tearing off his glasses and flinging them at the doctor. The dynamo that he had Idly ""wcu uc tuiu ueur purring away i Inside of Lund was apparent with now, driving with full force. Lund had brains, cunning, brute force! that commanded a respect not all bred of being weaker. In a way he was magnificent And Rainey vaguely hernlrlpri trnnhlo whan Ponfain Simms was at last given to the deep.' He felt certain that the hunters under Demlng were hatching something but,' in the main, his mental prophecy of trouble coming was connected with the girl. On the border of dreams he was brought back by a strange noise on deck, a rush of feet, many voices, and topping them all, the bellow of Lund, roaring, not for help, but in challenge. Rainey, half asleep, jumped from his bunk and rushed out of the room. He had no doubt as to what had happened; the hunters had attacked Lund! And. unused to the possession of firearms, still drowsy, he forgot the automatic, Intent upon rallying to the cry of the giant As he made for the ' companlonway, the girl came out of coup-de-theatre ven-geance ! ML I 1 9 See My Big Line of Clothing 9 And Shoes New Styles and Low Prices- 9 Dresses, Ladies, Ready-to-wea- r Ladies' and Gents Underwear. Come Early for the Best Bargains. - 9 9 her father's room. i "What Is It?" she cried. "Lund hunters !" Rainey called back as he sped up the stairs. He Then He Saw the Girl Standing by the Rail. thought he heard a "wait" from her, yelling were up, wiping clumsily at the blood on but the stamping and loud In his ears, and he plunged out his face, blinded. A man broke loose on deck. As he emerged he saw the from the scrimmage, on the opposite stolid face of Hansen at the wheel, side from Rainey, who barely recog his pale blue eyes glancing at the set nized the disheveled figure with the of his canvas and then taking on a bloody, battered face as Deming. The glint that turned amidships. hunter had managed to get hold of Lund looked like a bear surrounded Lund's gun. Rainey's aim was screened He stood upright by a sudden lunge of the huddle of by the while the six hunters tore and men. He saw Lund heave, saw his smashed at him. Lund's arms swung red face bob up, mouth open, roaring like clubs, his great hands plucked at once more, saw his leg come up in a their holds, while he roared volleys of tremendous kick that caught Demlng's deep-sedefiant oaths, shaking or outlevelins arm close to the elbow. striking off a man now and then, who j saw the gieain 0f ti,e guu aS t streaked charged back snarlingly to the attack. up an( overboard, and Deming Stag-Brithough the fight had been j pering back, clutching at his broken when Rainey arrived, there was ample j limb, cursing with the pain, to bring evidence of it Clothes were torn and un against the rail and shout to the faces bloody, and already the men were seamen : panting as Lund dragged them here "Get Into It, you d d cowards! Get and there, flailing, striking, half- - into it, and settle him!" smothered, but always coming up from Even in that instant the sarcasm of under, like a rock that emerges irom tlie cry of "cowards" struck home to the bursting of a heavy wave. Rainey. The next second the girl had A Tiunter lunged out heavily and jumped by him, glint of metal in confidently to meet him as the others her hand as she brought it out of her got Lund to his knees for a fateful blouse. This time she saw him. "Come moment, piling on top of him, blud on!'.' she cried. And darted between geoning blows with guttural cries of the fighters and the storming figure of Deming, who tried to grasp her fancied victory. Rainey's man struck, and the with his one good arm, but failed. Rainey sped after her just as Lund strength of his arm, backed by his hurling weight, broke down Rainey's reached the mast The girl had a guard and left the arm numb. The next nickled pistol in her hand and was instant they were at close quarters, threatening the sullen line of Irresoswinging madly, rife with the one de- lute seamen. Rainey with his gun sire to down the other, to malm, to was not needed. He heard Lund shout kill. A blow crashed home on Rainey's out In aTrtTImphu"n"rcry and saw him cheek, sending him back dazed, strik- battering at the heads of three who ing madly, clinching to stop the pisto- still clung to him. n-like smashes of the hunter clutchAll through the fight Lund had kept ing him, trying to trip him, hammer- - his head, struggling to the purpose he ing at the fierce face above mm as uiey lia,, finany achieved, to reach the both went down and rolled Into the j n,ast.rack of belaying pins, seize one scuppers, tearing at each other. of the nar(Wood clubs and. with this He felt the man's hands at his weapon, beat his assailants to the throat, gradually squeezing out sense. deck. and breath and strength, ana tnrew He stood against the mast, his up his knee with all his force. It clothes almost stripped from him, the struck the hunter fairly In the groin, white of his flesh gleaming through and he heard the man groan with the flie tatters, streaked with blood. Save sudden agony. But he himself was, f his evps his face was n0 ionjrer nearly out. The man seemed to fade hman only a mass of flaved flesh away for a second, the choking fingers aml cjotte( beard. But his eyes were relaxed, and Rainey gulped for air. nl,ht wlth ,)attIe and theilf as Rainey His eyes seemed strained from bulg- - a7e(i thev ci,anRed. Something of ing from their sockets in that fierce s,irnrisei tj,en of delight, leaped Into grip, and there was a fog before them tlpnij followe,i Dy a burning flare that through which he could hear the roar j wns matched in those of tne sr who, of Lund, sounding like a siren blast, wUh Rainev herding back the sea-thtold he was still fighting, still con-- men ha(1 turne(1 at Lund's yell of j torv saw his face, one red mask j Rainey wheelert and fled. dodging he of blood and hair, with his agate j Mim(1 Tjimadn who pave way to let eyes flaring up with the glory of the, hej. Ws features showing fight He roared no longer, saying his no emotl closInp up the fore com. breath. One of the men tackling his j ,onwa as Pe . Simms (lived be. JegS urujJlJeu stuiaeiess iiuiii liic: uuuci li"W he got on tne siae 01 nis skuii, aim j Lund did not follow her. Instead, Lund's kick sent him scudding across he laughed shortly and appeared to the deck, limp, out of the fight that see Rainey for the first time. could not last much longer. "Jumped me, the bunch of 'em!" he All this came as Rainey, still dazed, j said, his chest heaving, his breath helped himself by the skylight toward coming In spurts from his laboring the companion, going as fast as he lungs. "Couldn't use my gun. But I could to get his gun. If he did not licked 'em. D n 'em! Equals? H 1!" hurry he was certain they would kill He seemed to have a clear recolLund. No man could withstand those lection of the fight. He smiled grimodds much-- - longer. ly at Deming, who glared at him, Lund killed, it would be his turn nursing his broken arm, then glanced next and the girl would be left at at the man that Rainey had mastered. their mercv. The thought spurred up, eh? Good for you, "Did him, clearing his throbbing head, matey! him didn't have to use your You jarred by the smashes of his still sense- gun. Jest as well, you might have less opponent who would be coming plugged me. An' the gal had one tto before long. after all." Then he saw the girl, standing by the He seemed to ruminat" on this crotu-hing-. as he had somehow thought as if it gave him special cause rail, not expected her to be. shutting out the for reflection. sight of the fight with trembling hands, ITp surveyed the rueful, groaning but with her face aglow, her eyes combatants with the smile of a conshining, watching, as a Roman maid queror, then turned to the seamen. might have watched a gladiatorla! "Here, you!" he roared, and they thrilled with the spectacle, jumped as If galvanized into life by 'hands gripping the rail, leaning a lit- the shout. "Chuck a bucket of water tle forward. She had no eyes for over 'em! Chuck water till they git Rainey, her soul was up In arms, below. Then clean the decks. backlog Lund. The shine In her eyes you're out of this. Below with was for the strength of his prime you, where you belong. Jump I manhood, matched against the rest, "They all fought fair," he went not as a person, an Individual, but on. "Not a knife out. Only Deming as an embodiment of the conquering there, when he knew he was licked, male. tried to git my gun. To're yeller, He got the gun. and he snatched a Deming," he said, with contempt that drink of brandy that ran through his waB ag "lf he had' spat ln the hunter's veins like quick fire, revivifying him face. "I thought you were a better so that he ran up the ladder and came man than the rest But you've got on deck ready to take a decisive hand. yores. Git down below an we'll fix But he found it no easy matter to you up." risk a shot In that swirling mass. They Lund passed his hand over his face. all seemed to be arm weary. Blows Tm some mess myself," he sadd, no longer rose and felL Lund was stretching his great arms. "Give me slowly dragging .the dead weight of a drink, Rainey, afore I them all toward the mast The two clean up. Some scrap. And the falj men on, the deck still lay there. Did yon see the gal, Rainey?" JtuiQJf to get Ealney'a oDDoaent j dog-pack. a. ef , W3 mm .? Chevrolet Automobiles Are Now Down. 490 Touring Gar 525.00. 9 9 9 9 Roadster 525.00. Light Delivery 525.00. They are are Durable and Easy Running. 9 NEM PRICES ON a Rid UCGIES AND WAGONS. j I ; j j i i 6 i i i I have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. i, It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. have also a Full Line of General Merchandise. W00DS0N LEWIS GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. a ? , , 7TZ 7t Ttx TTs F. f; T tk T 7K 7yZ 7K 7K i 7Ts 7K T , T?f7T7T7rt?rr7r; j at EAGLE"MKADO Pencil No. 174 vic-fiden- t. X For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Colun bia Barber Shop -- , A EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK C-vft & X MORAN & LOWE Sanitary Shop, when both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guaranteed. j j you've got, Rainey." He stretched out his hand for it Rainey delivered It, reluctantly. There was nothing else to do, but he felt more than ever that the Karluk was henceforth to be a ship, run at the will of Lund. But the girl, too, had a weapon. He hugged that thought. She. carried it for her own protection; and she would not hesitate to use it 'What a one-ma- n Out of the bloody mask of his face his agate eyes twinkled at Rainey malice. with a sort of "After this cheery little fracas," said Lund, mopping at his face, "we'll mebbe have a nice quiet, genteel sort Sly gun went overboard, of ship. didn't it? Better let me have that one good-nature- d OfT-wntc- h, girl she was! What a wom'an, rather! Rainey thought of her as one does of a pool that one plumbs with a stone, thinking to find it fairly shallow, only to discover it a- - gulf with unknown depth and currents, capable of smiting placldness or sudden storm. I CHAPTER X. J The Rifle Cartrldfles. The girl did not appear for the evening meal. She had refused Tamada'a suggestions througn tne door. iunu drank heavily, but without any effect, save to sink him in comparative silence, as he afid Rainey sat together, after the Japanese had cleared the live-fing- er ya Maid. .Cheaoer 'to dump the can Ambassador to France, when table. an explosive bomb was sent him. "We've got to git hold of those The Ambassador and family had " cartridges," Lund said, after a long He took the automatic from his pause. "Carlsen had .'em planted just entered their home in Parig somewhere, an it's likely in his room. pocket and went straight to the door ' Bejt thln to do is to chuck 'em rr' CONTINUED ON PAGE S when the blast occurred. strong-room.- ridges an' shells than the rifles an' shotguns." "Where is the magazine?" asked Rainey. "In the little room aft o' the galley. We'll look there first. Come on." The strong room of the Karluk was a narrow compartment, heavily partitioned off from the galley and the corridor. There was a lamp there, and Rainey lit it while Lund closed the door behind them. The magazine was quite empty. said man, Carlsen," "Thorough lf Lund. "Prepared for a necessary. Might have put 'em in the safe. Wonder if he changed the combination? I bet Simms didn't, year in an' out. We'll tackle Carlsen's room next. 1 don't suppose you looked between the bunk mattresses, did you?" T never thought of it," said Rainey. "I didn't imagine there would be more than one." "I've sot a hunch you'll find two on Carlsen's bunk. An' the shells between 'em. He kep' his door locked when he was out of the main cabin an' slep' on 'em nights. That's what I'd be apt to do." As they came into the main cabin Rainey caught Lund by the arm. "I'm almost sure X saw Carlsen's door closing," he whispered. "It might have been the shadow." "But it might not. Shouldn't wonder one of. 'em's sneaked ln. Saw the cabin empty, an' figgered we'd turned in. 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Green county for foifty: jeara prmore. j;neUemocrats aiso won in jtheUQuntyvJudgefc race and, County Clerk's,' fcnd elected four members, of, the' fiscal court. asey county with a- Republican Majority of 1.00G or 1,200, elect? ed Oscar Jbair, Democrat, uounty Judge; Attorney, E. E. Moore; Charles .M. Wesley, t Democrat,-waelected Sheriff. - "$.? - s at the Columba' Post-offic- e as second b&II matter. 4, !TUESDAY n Kentucky UOY2rW21. . SUBSCRrPTIOXKPRIGE: ... $1.50 ctsMe of Kentucky .?..... $2.00 All Subscriptions aredue andlPayable in Ad- - Marshall, Foch handles himself exceptionally well in America. So it may be said, did Marshall' Joffre before him, and Admiral Beatty, of the English navy, now in this country, seems to be an equally good mixer. Of course Admiral Boatty, during his long A few weeksiago Judge Rollin Hurt, who isIiGhief Justice of the. Court of Appeals, announced that he wouldlnot be a candidate if he was opposed for for the nomination by a candi date of Iris own party. Hebe lieved that he was entitled to the same courtesyias was accorded Two candi ilriV predecessors. dates have signified that they ' will run.mlf! Judge JHurt is not before thejpeople of the district it will not be becaueelhe fears ; defeat. He can certainly early every county in the district but five or six, it matters notwho would oppose him. A highinind ' ed man, he was expecting the courtesyldue him. Bear" in min$ i that if he is. not a candidate for it would not be be cause he fears defeat. re-electi- , , i 're-electio- , years of sea service, has been here often before, and knows all about the country. It is a new thing to the , French Marshall, but he is evidentally endowed with a strong vein of common sense, whichjenables him to mas-te- r all difficulties. The, French Marshall is' veryfpbpular in this country; it is tobe doubted, sin fact, if any "foreigner since J5a-- f ayette, also aFrenchman, has state ae been received here wjth such We should attend such a conplaudits. Louisville Post. ference with open minds un- 1 pledged and unembarrassed by DfcsMAMENllI any previous agreement, secret I or private control. influence The attitude!of 'thfelDemocraticl We should at once lift our party party past,, and presenr on the above the reproach of the )f armapolicy of would break the ments was 'well expressed officialfaith of the citizens by the in ly in the following resolution sidious suggestions of malign inJ adopted at a meeting of the fluence or unworthy obligations. Democratic National Committee The eyes of the country are at St Louis on November I : upon us. The problems that Rad Cherry, known as king of Whereas, The people of the confront the State have been the border moonshiners, has United States and the world with generously intrusted to us in the been shot and killed by his partenormous taxes due in large part majorities of both Houses of the ner so a dispatch from to the preparation for and conse- Legislature. We are expected states. quences of war, which the govto work out the future'' of our ernment of the United States exState in the interest of all the The General Baptist Associapended 93 per cent of its income people regardless of party. Thi3 tion of KentuckyJ&was held at for wars past, present and fushould be done with clean hands Hopkinsville last week. There ture, and and we should hold them up were about five hundred deleWhereas, iThe Democratic parwhere they can be seen. Wheregates present, and they were ty inaugurated a policy for the handsomely&cared for by the fore this call for the purposes limitation of armaments, first by good people ofHopkinsville. herein indicated. legjslative'provision in 1916 and Very sincerely yours, Five speakers for. thelHouse secondly through Article VIII of Chas. A. Hardin, Chairman. have already announced their tthe covenantjof the League of candidacy. About an equal num- Nations, which was proposed by OUT OF THE WOODS. ber of candidates have announc- a Democratic President and inThe new day has dawned. ed for Chairman protem of the corporated therein as a result of The new era has arrived. KenSenate. It looks now like there his efforts, and tucky farmers are masters of Whereas, The Democratic miwill be lively times at? Frankfort their fate and captains of their norities in the Senate and in the this winter. soul. Hereafter they can put a House, with the aid of ProgresThere was some hope, a few sive Republicans, forced the ad- fair price upon the product of days ago of Congress adjourning ministration to call the forthcom- their tobacco fields, and, what is before Thanksgiving, but that ing conference on disarmament. more, approximate it. From now on, they are merchants. No hope has dissappeared. RepreResolved, That the Democratic longer are they subject to the sentative Mendell, the Republi- National Committee expresses its caprices of a noncompetitive can leader, haB given out that gratificationat the assembling market. They will control the the present session would run up of the Disarmament Conference sale of what is their own. to the 5th of December, the time and further expresses, the hope The pool is a success with a the regular session opens. for its complete success. goodly margin above the 75 per Judge Huston Quin, Mayor cent' of total acreage signed. elect of Louisville, and member STATEfCENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE The actual pledging ties up 84 COMMITTEES ACT. of the Kentucky' Court of Apper cent. The workers did their peals, has tendered his resignawork nobly. The response was tion as Judge of the States high- My dear sir: magnificent. The change in the Chas. H. Moorpolicy adopt- marketing system In linewitk the est Court, and means a o i n t ed ed by the Democratic State Cen- revolution. The birth of the coman, has been a p p to succeed Judge Quin on the tral and Executive Committees operative association will be hisBench. JudgeJLQuin will be of a square deal for the citizen torical. The men who led in the sworn in as Mayor of Louisville voters of Kentucky; and within campaign; the patriots who detoday, Tuesday. Judge Moo- the limitations of the authority voted time and energy unstinted rman is a brother of Mrs. Willie vested in me as Chairman of the to the drive; the alert business Hines, of this place. He was a Committees and the authority men who saw the advantages .commissioned officer and went of the Committees, you are here- and labored to see them acquiroverseas. Hejhas the reputation by requested and called to meet ed, have earned their places in at the Seelbach Hotel on the the State's industrial hall of of being, a superior lawyer. 30th day of November, at two fame. The entire Democratic ticket o'clock p. m., for a conference. burley marThe was elected in Taylor county by We have no more authority immense affair. It majorities from 56 to 536. In than was given us by the Con- keting is an be the biggest business conJreqn county Democrats made vention from which we derived will wonderful gains. J. Matt How- our powers and which created us, cern in Kentucky. It is the larconcern in ell, Democrat was,elected Sheriff wherefore we can not properly gest overr4T. J. Gprin, Republican, announce new principles or pol- America It will have great power ahd' will become the first Sheriff icies, nor can we without usurpa- - and influence, and it will bring m tion of authority determine: the'ftb Kentucky farmer? their right- application of any. principle ful share of the golden harvest declared for in party plat- reaped annually ' from the con '. The World's Greateet Drink form to any given condition, and sumption of a Kentucky product. "COCA-COLA- " thus bind our Democratic legisThe better condition of the lators. 'We, can, however, con- farmers will be reflected everyNow 5c. fer upon the abuses of power where throughout the State.. Why Drink Inferior substitutes. Bottled in Steri and failure' of the present ad- The farms; the homes, the lized "Safety First4 Patent Bottles. ministration at Frankfort to towns, the schools and the roads Russell & Taylor, J. L. Wilson and Geo.'McLain and Leading keep faith with the people, ;and will gain. The new freedom Country Merchants Sell it. how these abuses and failures from the strain of labor should be met and remedied ' by will put high spirit into a disCoca-Col- a the Democratic control of the couraged people; The tenant Bottliafi faorks, lac. House and Senate. This . the class will now have the opporCamp6BlIsVille, Ky. people" of the State have demand tunity to go forward and onward. Exclusive Agents. ed by an overwhelming vote in Land will increase in value and "the lastT election. wages will be better. The pay We can and should organize ment of taxes will be easier. and direct, together with our For five minutes the delegates Democratic representatives an at Lexington stood and cheered effort, towards an honest pro- when the success of the pool was gram looking tothe enlightened announced. The people of Kenconstructive and united hand-lin- g tucky will be cheered for years of party authority in legis- to comeoy the benefits to be delative work. This can best be rived from the adoption of the done by a joint conference of marketing sytem. The growth our committee, the Democratic toward it will be gradual, but, members of the Legislature, our within the five years contract Representatives in the United limit it should be firmly estabStates Congress and Senate,-- and lished. Louisville Times. leading Democrats over the al-rea- dy MNNOUNCEMENT " -- ill-pa- id Breeding Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Corder and Miss' Nina Rupe, of Illinois, VLAfTiiE fire-resistin- ROOFING -- y ?" prop-agahdisPw- ho s n, Tomp-kinsvil- le are visiting relatives and friends at this place. Several of the young people called on Miss Cordia. Fudge, Thursday night for a few hours. Our town was very much crowded on election day. Mrs. G W. Dillon, and son Mr. Rich Dillon, Miss Annie Lee Branham and Miss Anna Loyd, all returned home last Saturday from St. Anthony's. We were glad to see them getting along so well. is safer for roofing and siding. The average roll of Lastile Roofing is from 75 to 80 mineral matter. That makes it easy to understand why it is so enduring g. course is and so The surface is protected with crushed slate which of spark-proof. Fire underwriters place Lastile in Class C near the top of the eight classifications. You can have Lastile finished with red or green slate. Besides being safe and extremely durable, Lastile is the most attractive kind of roll roofing you can lay, is low in cost, easy to, apply and requires no painting. Let us know how much surface you have to cover. DAVIS HARDWARE CO,, Kentucky. Columbia, Brave Eagle among the Sioux Finding Things in Casey County, Mr. Hermon Roach, of Toria,' from now on." and Miss Willia Wood, of thiB o A gold mine has been found in surprised their many A Measure That Would be Populat place, Casey county, at least rock has friends last Friday morning by driving to Columbia and getting If the Democratic yarty, which been found that contains gold. Miss Wood will be is to control the next session of The rock has been found on the married. lands of Messrs. Sam Napier and greatly missed in our village. the Kentucky General Assembly Franklin Hamilton, of Grove Mrs. G. T. Simpson is not im- wishes to enact a law that is proving very much at this writing. Mr. J. W. Rayborn filled his regular appointment here last Sunday with two splendid sermons. Mr. A. C. Froedge and family motored to Salem last Sunday to meeting. proper, and overwhelmingly popular at the same time it will repeal the law by which the election of the County Superintendent was taken away from the people. The people of the State have just spoken in very decisive terms upon the proposal to take the ! i Mr. G. B Breeding and wife away from the people. As the are on the sick list this week. office of County Superintendent Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Tray-Io- r comes a great deal nearer home are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. to the citizen than the State In addition to the 27,000 colorJ. Reece this week. Superintendent, there is an even ed votes polled for the straight stronger reason why the County We are feeling much better Republican ticket in the city of than the State Superintendent Louisville at the election, 3,000 since the cool weather as we are should be chosen by popular having plenty of fresh meat. negro men and women voted the vote. straight Republican ticket in the The passage of a bill restoring county Sioux Name Pershing. outside of the citv. Now the old system would not only be see how thl3 works out. Mr. Washington, Nov. 19. Gener-a- K a just measure, but it would not Attilla Cox, the Democratic Pershing hereafter will be only be a just measuse, but it nominee for Chancery Court No. known to members of the Sioux would be a sagacious political , was beaten on the face of the Indian tribe as "Brave Eagle." move for the Democrats to make. returns by 3,000 votes. But 27,-0The name was given him at a The law taking the selection of negroes voted against Mr. the County Superintendent away Cox in the city 3,000 in the councouncil of Sioux Indians at the i Rosebud Reservation on Armis- from the people was passed by a ty. Mr. Cox's majority among tice Day and was communicated Republican General Assembly at the white voters of this district formally today toGeneral Persh- - the instance of Gov. Morrow and was, therefore, exactly 25,000. v ina's office in the War Depart M. Colvin. Their program has Louisville Post. given a stinging rebuke by ment by Commissioner Burk, of been the people. Why should not the Judge Bingham, in a signed Indian affairs. y election of State Superintendent Ridge section of this county. It was first noticed on Rock that protruded out of a cliff and samples were sent in and this rock was worth $66 per ton. A shaft was then built and it wa3 found that rock furthur in was was worth $113 per ton. We are not? i acquainted with the full particu-- j lars abouc the matter but hope to investigate it more thoroughly. There is said to be plenty of the rock. Casey County News. 1 00 The Indian commissioner presented a telegram from Foster Thunder Hawk, at Valentine, Neb., which said: "On Armistice Day the Indians of 'Rosebud Agency gave General Pershing an Indian name. His name will be BraveJEagle on account of his bravery. He will be known as: Democrats at Frankfort this winter do the just as well as the expedient thing, in restoring the people's rights in this instance? Elizanethtown News. statement denied report that he was for Governor. He not a candidate for other office." a newspaper a candidate said 'I am that gor any Congressman Johnson, , who is Centre College Colonels deman, charged on an feated the strong Auburn team the floor of the House $hat spies, traitors and cowards were shot at Birmingham by a score of 21 - : to'0. on the.front line, ex-servi- ce .?: ji-- t ,tr I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Hunters from a distance, .claim that J .Mrs. J. R. White Dead. PERSONAL quail are very scarce in" this county. Only a few have been killed.. Campbellsville, Ky. Nov. 1921. Mr. R. F. Rowe :was quite sick all Sam Frank Harveyjrot a judgment Editor News: last week. for $50 against ElVod & Co , on a conI wish ou would. kindly insert the Lindsey, Louisville, was tract -Mr. J. S. following in your next issue. rr v, "A here a few days since. If Yt.U Anrl Vnln.in Cm IT 'Mrs,'' Sarah White, wife ,of J. R. T3... Mr. Alvin Lyon, Campbellsville, van; Owen Simpson and Clemmie hiteofthis city,, died Monday, at one o'clock at her home on Jackson. was in Columbia Friday. Caffee procured licenses to marry last St., after an illness of a few months. Campbellsville, Mr. Ray Hobson, week. Mrs. White was 68 years of age and a was here-- few days ago. In the suit of B. O. Hurt against consistent member of the Christian Mr. R. C. Borders, Campbellsville, Ashbrook, suing for a breach of con- Church. She joined the church at was here a few days ago. tract, Hurt got adjudgment for $200 Cane Valley, Adair county, when she Dr. L. C. Nell, Gradyville, spent He sued for $280. was quite young. last Friday in Columbia. funeral services were held, at Beginning there, will be The Mr. Geo. H. Garner. Louisville, was Tuesday mornbasket ball games every evening the the Christian Church, in Columbia a few days Ago. ing, at 10 o'clock. The Rev. J. P. rest of the week. Monticello and Mr. E. M. Carter, Akron, Ohio, was Bornwasser preached the serinon Catipbellsvllle will be here. in Columbia a few days ago. The interment) was in the Brookside Mr. 3 O- Russell was motored over Cemetery. Mr, and Mrs.-- Fred Hill spent a day town last Tuesday. lie stated that Mrs. White is survived by her husor two in Loulavillellastweek. he enjoyad the rider and his friends band and four children, two daughHugh Sharp are Mr. and Mrs. thought that it was beneficial. ters, Addie and Versie, and two sons, Spending this weekfin Jamestown. 1I 4 a . - a Res. Phoxe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A Or. J. N Murrell .Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdfg. UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY t, KtmimmmamsmaaaKSBammamaaai - ""There should 'v omas hep good Music in every HOME'' r-Th- fr m 11 Eddie and Lee. D Barbee sold twenty-eigWe wish to extend our sincerest business In Columbia a few days ago. acres of land, back of the premisss. thanks to our friends and neighbors Mr B. H. McCreary, Tompkinsville, owned by Frank Shepherd, on Greens- who were so good to us during our had business in Columbia last Friday. burg street, to Brack Massie, at $50 Mr. W.JJY Coast, Cincinnati, had S ht Southern Optical Company Incorporated A. Edisotv. good: Mr J. R. White and children. Kentucky's 1921 total production of k A Splendid Offer. tobacco of all types is estimated at 20 Mr. Tyler Marshall, Coffee man, was in Columbia recently parcent. less than in 1920,, and the ".f Myers and children spent state's corn crop this year 15 percent, Here is a proposition we make to Mrs. Fred less than last year eaders who want a oity paper, but do S3veral days of last week in Louisville. Mr. (5mery Webb, of Campbellsville, Judge C. A. Hardin was in' a wreck not want a daily: was a witness in court here last week. while en route from Harrbdsburg to We will furnish the Adair County Mr. C. B. Tresenriter, of Taylor Stanford. His car turned over and News and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k considerably damaged The Globe Democrat forLgO per year, jn county, is visiting relatives in Colum- was Judge was not hurt. Kentucky, .To subscribers, living in bia. T other States $2.40. Mr. D. E. Hatcher, a The new bridge to span Rollingfork Twice-a-weetxiobe' Democrat The traveler for shoes, etc., was here MoniNew'Marketwill notbe built un day. til Spring. By that time the citizens is one of the best and newest papers Mr. S. A. Noe, Lebanon, made a of Marion county expect to get Borne published in this country. We do not business trip to this place last Thurs- aid from the government.. knowjhow long this proposition will day. Judge Carter is now holding a spec hold "good, therefore, 11 yon3 fwant the Mr. J. Ij. Wilson, druggist at ial term, of circuit court in James papers, call or send m your subscription Greensburg,.. visited relatives here '. ,. at once. town Several civil cases were docklast Sunday. eted to be tried, and also J. W. Voils Mr, Frank F. Sneedand Mr. W. C. for killing a colored man. DESPAIR LURKS Semple, Louisville, were in Columbia The Lindsey boys met a signal deIN WEAK BLOOD a few deys since. feat at Monticello last Saturday night. Mr. Ewing Stults, of Louisville, was The game terminated 76 to 12. The here last week, visiting his parents boys returned home sick, crippled and Gude's Pepto-Mangathe Blood and wingingtbirds. tired, but able to move about. Builder. Arousas Dull Fac- Messrs. F. A. Buchanan and E R. At the term of circuit court, just, Mills, Newport,CKy., were at the Jefulties. closed, Bob Bohannon, charged with fries Hotel Thursday. selling liquor, was fined $50 and given Miss Leech, of Louisville, who Many a man and many a woman days. Jas. Bohannon drew 30 nursed Mr. J. O. Russell for four ten feels all out of sorts from thin, weakdays upon a charge of petty larceny. weeks, has returned home. ened blood. The least little thing Messrs. Howard, Talley and Poll, of gone wrong throws them into a wild Messrs. Jule Gaskin, Jule Kimble and J. D. Grider, Russell Springs, Illinois, are moving a rig on the Geo. form of despondency. Instead of bracAtkins farm neat Milltown and will ing up and meeting ordinary difficulwere here a few days since. Mr. H. B. Ingram's condition has begin drilling in a few days Mr. Q C. ties, they are downed. Nerves are on improved very slowly in the last ten Fink, of this placewill superintend edge. Appetite lags. Sleep is rest,. this work. less. They are weak and tired and days. He is quite a sick man A'essrs. E. E. Wallace, Vernon Since the election opinions are dull. Poor blood works its havoc till Shutfett and Philson Smith, Greens being expressed about this town that the will loses its power. Few people burg, were here a few days since. when o:r very efficient postmaster, who fall into habits of worry and de spondency realize that most of their Mr. J. H. Sanders and Mr. W. O Mr. N. T. Mercer, goes out of office, Hendriskson, music dealers, Camp- he will be succeeded by a dark horse. troubles are due to lack of endurance to blood that has become weakened The applicant is sawing wood and say bellsville, were here a few days ago. by overwork' or straining. Mr. Zarfas Kimbler, brother of Mr. ing nothing. Healthy men and women with rich, G, B. Kimbler, came home from The pie supper at the Graded School red blood see things brightly. They Frankfort, to visit his mother, in Gym, last Friday-night-, drew a large tackle life with zest .and go along Russell county. crowd, and pies sold well. There smilingly, full of eagerness and endurMr. and Mrs. Lee Tuney, of Dan- waB voting- - contest and Miss Allene ance. ville, were withrelatives here several Nell was awarded the premium for n Gude's taken steadispent the prettiest girl. The basket ball ly restores the blood to its natural days of last week. Mr. Tuney game the Seniors against the Juniors richness. It actually makes red most of his time hunting. the tiny particles in blood Miss Rachel Coffey was confined to terminated in favor of the former. her home several days last week, an Mr. N. T. Mercer, our post master, which make it red. Druggists have n in liquid and appearing on one of her made a trip over portions of Russell Gude's eruption feet, blood poison setting up. county, stopping one night at the tablet form. Advertisement. was in Columbia a few days ago. well-know- n Mr. J. W. Buchanan, of Campbells-vill- e, per acre. trouble. Spectacles and Eye Glasses Kryptok of the pleasure of enjoying THINK whenever you want it. . ... (invisable bifocal lens) . Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT, - Louisville, Ky. with the lively music of Broadway the haunt- 'inV'.DQDular ballads the inspiring music of grand opera sung and played by the world'sKlctl tl 1191.91 . Think of the endless entertainment afforded Nlr. Edison's 'bv -. Think of the Winter evenings made cheery - nl j ijm twB well-know- n k n, and are very happy over their grandchild which recently arrived in the home of their daughter, Mrs: HettieTee Alexander, who has. lived at Loami for several years. I am well and riappy and have a good position with The Mark-woWeight Motor Company. Everyone is enjoying the fine weather here and are certainly making good use of it, The along farmers are getting fine husking corn. Corn is sell-in- g very cheap now on account of the abundant crop this year. Theayerage price is about twenty-eight cents per bushel. Fruit was not so plentiful this fall. Will close with best wishes for one and all and hope this will be very Merriest Christmas for the people of Adair county and the good old State. Yours respectfully, Elizabeth Bardin. od NEW DIAMOND Jfc the perfected musical instrument which has earned, for itself 1 Volute" the title of Thi World''t Greatert Phonap-apThe Amberola is net an ordinary "talking machine" " the music and general quality it actually surpasses high-- In w Because the Diamond Point' price'ds talking machines-Reproducer does away with thctbother and expense of changt,. ing needles, and because the famous Amberol Records are practically indestructible, the Amberola is the phonograph in the world. h most-eccmmica- AMBEKULA l-. . i vn - k QHHk MH HV . iif 1 4 1 Three Days pf Good Music, FREE Come in today and hear the Amberola. Ask us about Mrr Edison's offer to deliver the Amberola to your home for three day trial, without cost or tbUgation to you. If unable, to call, write or phone us. -- t k 9 TAYLOR HERBERTKENTUCKY. COLUMBIA, J s Attorneys J. F. Montgomery, L. C. Winfrey, Gordon Montgomery and J. R. Garnett attended the special term of circuit court at Jamestown. Darnell Hotel, Russell Springs. He requests us to say for him that there is no better equipped hotel in any country town in' Kentucky. It has works and all other modern Mr. J. O. Russell walked to the water square last Sunday and entered the of store Russell & Co. His vife and Value of Lands. Mrs. R. V. Bennett accompanied him -- O'clock. Jennie Garnett left for LouisIn the report of the state Tax Comville last Friday morning, to be pres- mission Nov. 1, showing the land ent at the Garnett Gayle Wedding values per acre for last years assess- which will occur tomorrow night at 8 rnent. VS ' Miss - Adair"Co. Casey 14.66 16i33 18.76 .15.43 " Mr. Geo. L. Wolford, a prominent citizen of Casey Creek, and Mr. T. O. Morton, the very efficient cashier of the Farmers Bank, that place, were Cumberland Green Metcalfe Taylor Russell Clinton V 13.41 17.05 12.98 here Wednesday. Hon. Lilburn Phelps, Secretary of 13,51 Wayne" the Republican V State Committee, 14.35 was here from Louisville last Wednes' Mr. M. C Winfrey appointmorning, en route for.Jamestown, day ed trustee of trhe Jury fund of Adair to attend a special term of Circuit county. kHe succeeds Mr. J. O. Rus-se- ll court. He was appointed-bJudgeiCar- has-been The News SL50 inKy, -- ter at the last term of the Adair " .31 r-- t Proposals for a general regisBuying your Gasoline at Home, where it is Protration law in Kentucky deserve z duced, Refined and Sold by" a Company who to be examined on their merits, spend Their Money in Developing your County. and neither accepted nor put Give it a trial and Buy CUMBERLAND aside lightly. We have made KING GASOLINE, also try their KERO-SINprogress in Kentucky in the past Sold by their Agets nt Columbia, Rus-- v ten years in the matter of honj sell Springs, Dunhville and other points. est elections, but there have Write of Phone been some slipbacks. The Sen atorial election in Govington and 'Cor Oil Newport last year wa3 tainted C. J. Davis, Mgr. with fraud, and undoubtedly Creelsboro, Kentucky, there was fraud in some parts of the mountains at the same election, This year we had a quiet election in Louisville, but, on the face of the registration, there Mr. Finis Harvey has received, by express, a Silver fox. It arrived in can be but little doubt that two good condition, and In a short time of three thousand illegal names Mr. Harvey will have it on exhibition of colored voters were placed on I Have a Full Stock of Boots,- Rubber in Columbia. It was shipped from' the registration books, How Shoes, High and Low Top Shoes and the State of New York. much a general registration law Light Weight Rubbers. Prices Right to prevent would accomplish Springfield, ..Illinois. frauds of this kind is not certain. It certainly would accom' Nov. lOtb. 1921. plish something, and it is diffi-cu-lt Cane Valley, Kentucky Editor News: to see how it could do aDy I get the good paper 'and harm, it is a mistake to believe greatly appreciate the good that; the problem of honest elec- news and would like very much tionB can ever oe completely to hear from many ofthe people solved Eternal vigilance is needPrepares for College of .Life by letter anytime they find time ed. Louisville Post. Coursesjin High School, to write and I assure them I will a e Music and Expression, Athletics-Ratebe glad to answer, and more Two parts of pork fat to one ot than glad to hear any news from beef fat form an excellent mix- er $162.00 a Yearv , the good old State. Fall Term Opens Sept. 6; .1921. in which to. fry doughnuts. 0 ture had the pleasure of seeing I Take a strip of adhesive R. v.- Priiv. - ' and talking with Mr. and Mrs. Kgfe.write name1 and address in who recently Robert Fletcher, , . rWcame from Columbia to Loami, ink, andstick inside of your um; ; ' ' Adyertise JriTheT News .if you wish to. selLorJJ&ir. ;Tii:'.:- - mui.. in' .,i uvlhrfllla. ,. j. milium, limy nae iiue uuu uct.c E. 5' 9 tt i. Patronize Home Industry BY asp The Carnahan Refining Pepto-Manga- coi-puscl- es, Pepto-Manga- 4 $$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$ Ball Band Rubber Foot - Wear " l. m:. smith:; Training s . Lindsey (frilson -- RpI Gr-d- s, , .: 9 . Beiietf . Colan6iV - -- . , . - -- ;- - ". - - . 2 ':. -- v t v - . . " , .As ' J b CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 AOA.tR ,C()UNTY NEWS dragged up, but there's there's an old woman who'wasgood to me. She's up ag'In it for fair. I toldher I'd bring her back some .dough an if I can hang on an'glt it, I'll hangon. But they'll do me up, jiow, for keeps," chuckle, ripen Ralney. to a quiet laugh. "Ijn d d if "they ain't some jmts to the herrin' after all," he said. "Hang-ion to take some dough back to an old woman who ain't even ids mother. Who'd have thought it? Look here. mySlad. I was dragged up the same -- way, I was. An' I hung onv But you'll never git a cent out of that bunch. JJ don't know as they'll have ennytq?give you." v'"Hisface hardened. "But you come through, an' I'll see you git sqmethin' An' yoreself. too. . for the old woman: What's more, j?ou ah 'stay aft an' "wait on cablnv If they Jay a finger on you, I'll lay a fist on them, an' worse." "You ain't klddin' me?" "I 'don't kid, my lad. I don't waste k light glowing in Luua aKme eies, he knew that she was playing a danger ous'-game. t iE "Carlsen's room. IF was locked or fwJsed from within. ""Eke Tool'!" said Lund. "I've got a rgjwd mind 'to let him stay there till 15i5: swallers some o' the drugs to fill grSs. belly." He rapped on the panel " tsSiSa r&c butt of the gun. X3ome on out before I start trouble." TSxexe was no answer. Lund looked raoogrtainly at Rainey. bate to start a rumpus ag'In," he s sa&5 3erklng his head toward the room. " 'Count of her. Reckon ffie can stay there till after we've Etocsel Simnis. He's safe enough." Rainey was a little surprised at this s&aar of thoughtfulness, but he did rwet ceniark on it He was beginning ?r. s3ilnk pretty constantly of late that ISo ftad underestimated Lund. Hfogiant's hand dropped to the handle as If to assure Eifaiself of the door being fast. Suddenly it opened wide, a black gap, a only the gray eyo of the porthole Stasias cfchem. Lund had "brought up 'CSe ssiuzzle of his pistol to the height ofciman's chest, but there was nothing: vo oppose it. "SEHdm', the d n fool! What kind there." oaiame is this? Come out o' floor of Something scuttled on the out beti room then darted swiftly Ralney,trwasa the legs of Land and Vnnill 'fours, like a great dog. Cur-U"i sprawled on the floor with a wSVw fare and with hands txsrsiretched In pleading, knees drawn til in. some ludicrous attempt at calling shrilly, in' the voice of heard--Lund'- s n' t "Wliat d'ye figger on doin' with yore share, Rainey?" Lund asked him .the night that they passed Nome. It was stormy weather in the strait, and the Karluk was. snugsed down under treble reefs, fightiftg her way north. The cabin was, cozy, with a ftove going. Peggy Simnis was busied with some sewing, the canary and the plants gave the place a domestic atand Lund, smoking comfortably, was eminently at ease. "'Cordln to the way the men it out," he went on, "though I reckon they're under the mark more'n over It, you'll have forty thousan' dollars. That's quite a windfall, though nothin' to Miss Peggy, here, or me, for that matter. I s'pose you got it all spent already." "I don't know that I have," said Rainey. "But I think, if all goes well, I'll get a place up in the Coast Range, in the redwoods looking over the sea. and write. Not newspaper stuff, but what Tve always wanted to. Stories. mosphere, flg-ger- skip-HrcT- - -- auto-natlleal- ly time that way." ;, Sandy stood up, his face lighting. He began to empty his pockets, laying shells and shotgun cartridges' upon pop-eye- s, pro-SHKifi- Steady: "Don't &inr.2" shoot, sir! Please .don't Ciena reached down and jerked the nanstabout to his feet, half strangling , W "Dtwit 1 Shoot, Sirl Please Don't Shoot!" P., aaasvltli his grip on the collar of the Iatl!te igftlrt, and flung him into a chair. SEhat were you doin' In there?" scraggy throat, where an jSufam's apple was working up and c&rara. Speech was scared out of him, kohS ie could only roll his eyes at &fe fHasBL oc Sandy gulped convulsively, feeling Sou 'd d young traitor!" said SLnsaL -- "III have you keelhauled for ABfiSJ Ont with it, now. Who sent 2teS? tSJeming?" "?eKive got him frightened half to awSsT intervened Rainey. "They 2K.&a2ly 'scared him Into doing this. JDVS&t they, fiandyT lEEie iad blinked, and tears or --rolled down his grimy cheeks. Tfifevrelief of tliem seemed to unstop-T&- r &is voice. Tliat, and the kinder srrvzxliry of Rainey's questioning. -Deming! He said he'd cut my bloody iieart out If I didn't do It Him nxfTBeale. rLookit." Oa plucked aside the front of his ziSmtrst Jiuttonless shirt and worn :an5 showed tliem on his left ISraasc the scoring where a sharp ifelaite had marked an Irregular circle on Ms skin. "BeaJe.did that," he whined. fbeyfd finish the job if I "back without 'era." vacsiis -- s. Without the shells?" '"tye?. -- sir. Yes, Mr. Rainey. Oh,' Oh, my vGflrfl, they'll kill me sure! Card!" His staring eyes and loose aararih, working In fear, made him d cod. Xadk like a "Ton ain't much use alive,;' said seir-j&lgr "Dem-EkSaS- ul fresh-lande- Xund. -- tMehibe I .ain't" returned the lad, o?IHi the 'desperation of a cornered 7zal. "sBut I got a riglit to live. And Tve lived worse'n a dorg on tliis Woody schooner. I'm fair striped an' Cjroised wi' boots an' knuckles an' cm2s ? rope. I'd 'ave chucked myself rawer long ago If " -- J The';iad turned sullen. "Never-mind,- " he said, and glared -- almost oJefiantly at 'Lund. ti that door shut?" the giant asked 32alney. "Some of 'em might be Skmgin' 'round." Rainey went to the oxrridor and closed and locked the "Now then, you young devil," said KSnd- - "What they did to you for'ard zstttra. marker on what Til do to you 2T you dontt speak up an' answer safaea I talk. If what?" .'"Saady turned oRalney. l&ey-sald they was goin to give vae-semof the gold,; he said. "They tfft-4lalong I was to have the hat 'round for jag. I told yon I was ij ---- '"Hmfoat?" , e l "We'll Make a Man of You Yit, Rainey, Afcre We Git Back." we'll bust the crust with dynamite. But we got to hop to it. There'll lie another cold spell after this one peters out an' the next is like to be permanent. I want the gold washed out table., 'iYou can bunk here," he told the For over seventy years afore then, an' us well down the s, grateful Sandy. "Now I'll have a few strait. It's up to you to hump th.s purely vegetable words with Demiiig. Beale and com an' I'll help the humpln. oreparation has been pany. Want to come along, Ralney?" "We'll cradle most of the stuff an'. found beneficial by thouLund strode down the corridor, bag If they's time, we'll flume the silt tail-Insands of persons sufferin one hand, his gun In the- - other. for the fine dust Provldin' we ing from ei.ccts of a torRalney threw open the" door of the can git a fall of water. There'll be pid, or slow-actiliver. hunters' quarters and discovered them plenty for all hands to do. An' the "A king and his kingdom." suggestIndigestion, biliousness, a" lot of conspirators. Deming ed the girl. ike shares go as first fixed. I ain't colic, coated tongue, dizwas in his bunk; also another man, you to do the dlggin' an not "Aye, an' mebbe a queen to go with ziness, constipation, bitwhose ribs Lund had cracked when git a pinch or two of the dust" It" replied Lund, his eyes wide open lighted, and they ter taste, sleeplessness, he had kicked him along the deck out in a look that made the girl flush and The men's faces lack of energy, pain in shuffled about, looking at one another of his way. The bruised facqs of the rest showed their effects from the with grins of relief. back, puffiness under the fight. As Lund entered, covering tliem "No cheers?" asked Lund ironically. eyes any or all of these tunate. with the gun, while he swung down symptoms often indicate "The Karluk's stout," he said once, "Wall. I hardly expected enny. Hanthe heavy slip on the table with a clat"but she ain't built for the Arctic. If son, you'll be one of the foremen, with that there is something ter, their looks changed from eager we git nipped badly she'll go like an pay accordin'. Deming." the matter with your expectation to consternation. "I can't dig." said the hunter trucueggshell." liver. You can't be too lently. "Neither can Beale, with his "Caught with the goods!" said "And then what?" Ralney asked. careful about the mediLund. "Two tries at mutiny in one "Git the gold! That's what we ribs." cine you lake. Be sure "You've got a sweet nerve," said day, my lads. You want to git it into come for. Tf we have to make sleds tnat the name, "Thed-ford- 's your boneheads that I'm runnin' this " Lund. "I reckon you've won enough an' use the hunters for a is ship from now on. I can sail it withHe laughed indomitably. "We'll make to be sure of yore shares, if the boys on the package. At all out ye and, by God, Til set the bunch you yit. Ralney, afore we pay up. Enough for you to do some a man of diggin' In yore pockets for Beale. His druggists. of ye ashore same's you Aggered on git bark." doin' with me if you don't sit up an' Lund was snatching sleep in scraps, ribs 'ud be whole if you hadn't started But I'U find Accept Only take notice! The rifles .an guns" he seeking always to feel a way toward the bolshevik stunt. glanced at the orderly display of the position of the Island through the something fpr both of you to do. Don't the Genuine. weapons in racks on the wall "are Ice that continually baffled progress. let that worry you none. 1.79 too vallyble to chuck over, but here "We've got mercury aboard someAgainst all opposition lie forced his go the shells, ev'ry la'lt oneof them. way until, just after sunset one night, where," Lund continued, to Ralney, So that nips that little plan, Demas the dusk swept down, lie gave a when the men had dispersed, far more ing." shout and pointed to a fitful flare over chleerful than they had gathered. && He turned back the slip to display the port bow. Rainey tliought it the "We'll use that for concentration in the contents. the film riffles. Hansen'll have rockaurora, but Lund laughed at him. "Open a port, Rainey, an' heave the the crater atop the island." he ers made that'll catch the big stuff. "It's lot out" said. "Nothin' dangerous. Reg'lar If the worst comes to the worst, we'll Ralney did so while the hunters Now, boys," he went on. load up the old hooker with the pay lighthouse. gazed on in silent chagrin. dirt an' wash It out on the way home. l his deep voice ringing with exhilaraVeterinary Surgton and Dentist s of a "There's one thing more," said tion, "there's eold in sight! Whistle I'll strip that beach down to bedrock every moth- If I have to work the toes an fingers Lund, grinning at them. "If enny of for a change of weather, Special attention g tven Disease off 'em." you saw a man hurtin' a dog, you'd er's son of you!" Domeet': Animals you By noon the schooner was glazed probably fetch him a wallop. But The deck was soon crowded. On don't think ennything of scarin' the trip the schooner had ap- In as firmly as a toy model that Is Office a Re.. .e.i2-- . 1 mite of own, oe the previous kid an' mark-i- n life out of a proached the island from a different mounted in a class sea. The wind . .Tcastown road up his hide like a patchwork quilt angle, but the men were swift to blew itself entirely out, but the curThet kid's staym aft after this. One acknowledge the glow of the volcano rent bore them steadily on to the of you monkey with him, an' you'll do as the expected landfall. Lund re clamorous shore, where the swells Columbia. Kv jest what he's bin doin', wish you was mained on deck, and It was late be were creating promontories, bays, conin the plled-ucliffs dead an' overboard." That's a Man's Life," Went on Lund. fore any of the crew turned in. fusion and chasms of the floes pounding on the He turned on his heel and walked Rainey. during his watch, saw the glowing and wink rocks, breaking up or sliding atop one to the door, Rainey following. Rataey feel the hidden Issue thaj he mountain r The girl kept below and seldom felt was bound to come, rising to the ing like the eye of a Cyclops, itsl another in noisy confusion. M M of the ice The came out of her cabin, Tamada servsurface. gleam reflected m tne eyes or me masses was set off by the blues and eleven In there. Rainey could ing her meals "That's a man's life," went on Lund. watchers who were about to invade see Lund's resentment growing at this 'Travel's all right, but a man's got to the Island and rob it of its golden soft violets of their shadows, and by pearly sheen wherever, the planes attitude that seemed to him normal do somethin', buck somethin, start sands. enough, though It might present diffman An' a .somethin'. The chauge of weather came about caught the light at a proper slant for iculty later If persisted In. But the wants the right kind of a woman to three In the morning, though not as the play of prisms. Beautiful as it morning that they headed up through play mate. Polish off his rough Lund had hoped. A sudden wind mawas, the sight was fearful to Rainey, Sequam pass between the spouting edges, mebbe. I'd rather be a rough terialized from the north, stiffening In common with the crew. Only Lund reefs of Sequam and Amlia islands, castin' that could stand filin' a bit, the canvas with its breath, surveyed it nonchalantly. she came on deck and went forward than smooth an' plated. An', when 1 glazing the schooner wherever mois"It's bustin' up fast," he said. "All to the bows, taking In deep- breaths find the riglit woman, one of my own ture dripped, bringing up an angry we need is a little luck. If we ain't of the bracing air and gazing north breed, I'm goin' to tie to her an' her scud of clouds that fought with the got that there's no use of worryin. to the free expanse of Bering strait. to me. moon. The sea appeared to have We can't blast ourselves out o' this Rainey left her alone, but Lund wel"I'm goin' to be rich. They've thickened. The Karluk went sluggish- without riskin' the schooner. We comed her as she came back aft. cleaned up the sands of Nome, but ly, as if she was sailing In a sea of ought to be thankful we froze in gen"Glad to see you on deck again, there's others'll be found yit between treacle. tle. There ain't a plank started. The Miss Peggy," he said. "You need sun Cape Hope an' Cape Barry. Meanfloe'll fend us off. There ain't enny and air to git you in shape again." time, we've got a placer of our own. big chunks enny way near us aft Luck CHAPTER XI. "How far have we yet to go?" she With plenty of gold they ain't much to make a decent landin is all we asked. limit to what a man can do. I've need, an it's my hunch It's comln' our Smoke. "A'inost a thousan' miles to the roughed It all my life, an' I'm not When Rainey came on deck the next way." qhree VIRGINIA a lookin' for ease. It makes a man soft morning he found the schooner floatHis "hunch" was correct. Though strait proper," said Lund- - "The BURLEYT Friendly ing in a small lagoon that made the they did not actually make the little steamer lane lies to the He swept the figure of the girl in a center of a floe. The water In It was bay on which the treasure beach deeast. Runs close to the Pribllofs, TURKISH Gentlemen three hundred miles north, with Hall pause that was eloquent of his line of slush, half solid. Main and fore were bouched, they fetched up near it The perfect ilend of the three an St Matthew three hundred thought She grew uneasy of It, but close furled, the headsails also, and against a broken hill of Ice that had perfect cigarette tobaccos Then comes St Lawrence Lund maintained it until she raised tlie Karluk was nosing against the far lodged on the sharp slopes of a little further. one perfect cigarette her eyes from her work and chal- end of the rapidly diminishing basin. promontory, making the connection isle, plumb in the middle of the strait, lenged his. Rainey saw her breast The wind was still lively. damage than a splitwithout further with Siberia an' Alaska closin' in." heave, saw her struggle to hold the -A deep hum of bursting surf under-tone- d ting of the forward end of their enHe was keen to hold her in converall other noises and, prisoned casing floe; with hardly a jar to the she willing to listen, as- gaze, turn red, then pale. He thought sation, and senting almost eagerly when he of- her eyes showed fear, and then she as she was, the schooner" and hefloe Karluk. Lund sent men ashore over the Ice, fered to point out their position on stiffened. Almost unconsciously she weresweeping slowly toward theland spread on the cabin table. raised her hand to where Rainey was In the grip of ,a current rather than climbing to the promontory crags with the chart, sure she kept the little pistol, touched before the" gusty wind. hawsers by which they tied up Lund talked well, for all his limited something as though to assure herself vocabucame up within the hour and schooner, floe and all, to the land. If Lund and at times luridly Inclined the broken hill suffered further cataslary, whenever he talked of the sea of its presence, and went on sewing. stood blinking at 'the. brilliance. Lund chuckled, but shifted his eyes to He seemed well satisfied with the trophe, which did not seem likely, Its and of his own adventures, stating prospect. "Had breakfast?" he asked fragments would fall upon the floe. bringing up Rainey. 5K? I 7htssfime tArfa them without brag, but "Why don't you write up this Ralney. and then: "All right We'll In case of emergency Lund ordered striking pictures of action full of 11f FIFTH AVE. g men told off day. and night to stand by color and savor of life in the raw. v'yage? When it's all over? There's git the men aft." ES3BC soon the hawsers, to cast loose or cut, as Peggy Simms came adventure for you, an' we ain't ha'f From that time on He bellowed an order, and to the table and talked freely with through with It An' romance, too, every one came trooping, to gather the extremity needed. It was dark before they were conservatively with 'mebbe. We ain't developed much of In two, groups either side of the cabin more Lund, y the The men volunteered, as yit, but you never can skylight Their faces were eager with snugged. a' If Ulster will yield Rainey. tell." the proximity of the gold, yet half through Hansen, to commence digging wishes of Great rlritain the Irish girl, Ralney decided, was huThe He laughed, and Peggy Simms got sullen as they waited to hear what that night by theJIght of big fires, moring Lund, seeking to know how up quietly; folded her sewing, .and Lund had to say. Since the attempt so crazy werethey at the nearness of question will be settled, but with her feminine methods she might said "Good night" composedly before against him Lund had said nothing the gold. But Lund forbade it control him, keep him within bounds. "You'll work reg'lar shifts when you Ulster is not inclined to make a about their, shares. They acknowlHer coldness, it seemed, she had cast she went to her room. git started," he said. "An' you won't sacrifice for benefit of rebellious "How about It, Ralney?" quizzed edged him as master, but they still reaside - as an expedient that might start tIR termorrer. We've got to love part of belled in spirit. Lund. "How about the prove too provoking and worthless. It? She's a beauty, an' she'll be an island," said Lund. stand by the ship ternlght until we subjects. "There's the And Rainey's valuation of her resnug we're sources increased. She was handling heiress. Ain't you got enny red blood "We'll make it afore sundown. The find out by mornln' how t .yore veins? Don't you want her? beach is there, wnitin' for us to dig It goin' to be berthed." her woman's- weapons admirably, yet in Smallpox is now added to the'peats You won't find many to hold a candle up. It'll be some job. I don't reckon when he sometimes, at night, under wQichare affllcting'tha Russians- to .her. Looks, built like & racin' It's, froeea hard, on'y. crustedj. K it. Is TO BE CONTINUED tJae. cabin .lamp, saw tke iirqoldQrtng yore-selve- the table. "I couldn't begin to git; harf of 'em," he said. "The rest'a under- - the mattresses. They said they on'y needed a few. I tliought you was both turned In. When you come out of theVoni-dor- I was scared nutty." Behveen the ma'ttresses, as Lund had guessed, they found the rest of the shells, laid out in orderly rows save where the lad's scrambling fingers had disturbed them J Lund stripped off a pillow-cas- e and dumped them In, together with those on the Yarns of adventure !" "Goin to write second-hanstuff?" asked Lund. "Why don't you live what you write? I don't see how yo're goin' to git under a man's skin by squattin' in a bungalow with a Jap servant, a porcelain bathtub, an' breakfast in bed. Why don't you travel an' see stuff as it is? How in blazes are you goin' to write adventure if you don't live it? "Me, I'm goin' to git a schooner built accordin' to my own ideas. Have a kicker engine in it, niebbe, an' go round the world. What's the use of livin' on It an' not knowin It by sight? Books and pictures are all right in their way, I reckon, but, while my riggin' holds up, I'm for travel. Mebbe I'll take a group of islands down in the South seas after a bit an' make somethin' out of 'em. Not jest copra but cotton an' rubber." an' pearl-sheld l, speedy. Smart. an 1 yncht smootn ricli into the bargain. Why don't you make love to her?" Rainpy felr the burning blood mounting to his face and brain. "I am not in love wiOj.Mis.? Simms," he said. "If I was I should not try to make love to her under the clf?um-- c stances. She's alone, and she''; less. I do not care to discuss her." "She's a woman," said Lund. "And yo're a d d prig! You'd like to bust me in the jaw. but you know I'm stronger. You've got some guts, Ralney, but yo're hidebound. 'You to ye ain't got ha'f the She's a woman, I tell that she has. you, an' she's to be won. If you want her. why don't you stand up an' try to git her 'stead of slttln' around like a sick cat whenever I happen to admire her looks? "I've seen you. I ain't blind enny longer, you know. She's a woman an I'm a man. I thought you was one. But you ain't Yore idea of mnkin love is to send the gal a box of candy d an' write poems an' walk to her. You want to write life an I wan to live it So does a gal like that. She's more my breed than yores. An she". If she has got eddication. flesh and blood. Same as I am. Yo're half sawdust. Yo're stuffed." He went on deck laughing, leav'ng Rainey raging hut helpless. Lund appeared to think the situation obvious. Two men. and a woman who was attractive In many ways. The only woman while they were aboard the schooner, therefore the more to lie desired, admired by men cut (.ff from the rest of the world. Lund sooner or later, meant t. take He had her. willing or unwilling. said so, none too covertly, that very evening. And. if Rainey meant to stand between her and Lund as a protector, Lund would accept him In that character only as the girl's lover and his rival. For the time being, the safety of the Karluk and the successful carrying out of the purpose of the trip took all of Lund's attention and energy. Twice lie had been thwarted by the t, weather from gleaning Ills golden and it began to look at- If the third attempt might be no more forpussy-footeliar-ves- MMI,WaA,aaHlMfl,BaMHaHiMaHHBHIIaMHHHMBMMHlmBHaBMa KBP Ml Hk...!9i MLlTJ-'- " '"Z Torpid Liver ht '" H B 17- - JLUlllflliMr. fr ! jT I "Black-Draugis, in my opinion, the best liver mecncine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. Whiteside, of Keota.Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in m chest after eating-ti- ght, uncomfortable feeling and this was very disagreeable and brought on headache. 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Mr. Huaes spoke like a real statesman! in his address at the opening of &c conference, and the United States has submitted a real program. Yesterday we were- - informed that Great Britiao said Japan had accepted the teyr-ica-n program "in princi19 This may mean a good deal,, amcl it may mean nothing; mucb suspends upon the interpretaSen that may later be given to H&a?&& little words "in principle. 7T .Sat it is clear that the United StE3 government is suggesting: jp-ui- ne action toward disarmimaert and there is every reasomtO'lw that something tangible- mag 3r-sult. Those of us in Amerfear have from the first believed! wr the League of Nations should 3 most careful at this juncture? d say or do nothing that caa. inJrar-fe- re with the success of the3& plans for disarmament We may still believe in the League of Nations, and yet lend a hewing hand to those who may to work out disarmament plsoe; by another route. Louh"?5Se Post. in s jy Crumbs. Obituary. Columbia, Kentucky, mature rain comes along and washes it all away. This business of continually starting all over again possesses merits, though. It prevents us good men from from contracting those vicious habits of the idle rich. Our idea of a real diplomat is a fellow who can keep a woman from spilling the beans when she has a spicy secret to tell. If a preacher were to tell the whole truth to the average congregation he would probably be invited to repeat it elsewhere. Why speak of a fellow having lost his nerve at the critical i moment? He had ' none to lose. When some people reach the top of the ladder of success they climb down again to see if anything has been overlooked. The me"n who now accomplish . ADDRESS Nothing equals yr w for scouring cutlery. SAPOLIO and polishing, SKTrnXTvTtTH Ml If T if metatware WzZM " look like new v vijjji l m - Makes all - - ing great things began life in the proper way. They never neglected the little things. Rich men are not all self made In most cases their workmen made their money for them. Trouble with thib country is, there are too many things of the past. They should be improved upon and made assets of the fu- i (inn finn Statistff ians estimated this to be 35 to 40 per cent of the world's visible supply. Of this amount the twelve Federal Reserve banks hold a total of about $930,000,000, the bulk reposes in the vaults of the local institution. of-whi- ch Metal which has been pouring Cracks at Creation. There is plenty of room at the top of the ladder, but many people object to the exertion of climbing. Merely as a test of your poor, memory, what is the date of armistice day? $very time we tryto lay up something for a rainy day a pre I into this country ever since the ture, close of the war has averaged The' hustler, takes what like $75,000,000 monthly this year. has in store for him and then Some of the gold bears the goes out and gathers in a little stamp of nations born after the more. Lancaster Record. European cataclysm an some of the minted metal is almost as Holdings. Gold rare and strange to the average observer as an old time Spanish Gold holdings of the United doubloon. States, the world's sole creditor Part of the gold sent here by nation, 'mounted to a- new high Germany to meet reparations rocord last month, appropriating payments to, the Allies was said the stupenduous sumjof .$3,500,- - to he French coin (Louis D'or) , On Oct. 23, 1921, the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Printus Gibbons and claimed for its victim their darling baby age 2 years and 6 months, the idol of fond parent's loving hearts. It was afflicted with diptheria and all was done that loving hand and physicians could do but to no avail. God saw fit to remove it from this world of sin and sorrow and transplant it as a shining flower in that brighter world where it is shiny ing for Jesus and is to-da- Sugar is first mentioned rni history when a small quaDt5ty was brought from India to Roise,-A dog's average life is fift&exa to twenty years. The first meeting of the Congress in Washington, D: C, was on November 17, 1800: Premier Lloyd George reeeiAi5-l- y said that the first prize he 'ever won was for singing-The- re are fewer failures m ibe jewelry business than in other line of trade. One hundred swivel guns were used by the Americans in drhr-i- ng the British from Boston- Exports of locomotives' fzona the United States in 1920 totaled! 1,711, valued at $53,629,847- . Bacteria arising in stored csaB causes deterioration, under cer tain conditions of exposure. . sar . - watching and waiting, for mother and father to come and join him. He was a bright little boy and not only will be missed by loved ones at home but by other friends and relatives who knew him. I would say to the bereaved ones put your trust in Jesus who said, "suffer little children to come unto me snd forbid them Chinese- not for such is the kingdom of day the Heaven.'. Just'Jiye so you mayJ lic was proclaim edi so-calle, The international credit oi: China is on the declining, latBeir than the ascending scale; During the last fortnight the interest has defaulted upon a number of Chinese bonds held in London,. Paris and New York. China, and the Cuinese might as weli' face the fact right low- that: China will not be able to Efcrnnr money in the markets of the world until a real Chinese- - government is established. At present something- resemblmgr. anarchy prevails all over- Chroau. And this has been true fcom j& - repalj. v .rfjb?- - . I v -- fV - t$rM--B I . t ADAIR COUNTY 'NEWS. 330DROW WILSON, IDEALIST. Hfeft If there could be a iids movin&pic-"Sipso- f great parade of Armis-ie- e Day with a phonograph it should be sent for delectation and emotional 'vdSSaiipline to one George Harvey, rabasBador without discretion theUnited States at the Court Ja xs St James. Such a pidture voeuuld show one lone carriage in the miles of and military trappings Ma this vehicle were former $2esident Woodrow Wilson and horse-f.-fiSa:-- Wheat sold in Chicago last week for Jess than one dollar. ! (THE UNIVERSAL CAR par. The Victory bonds sold at , two facts reveal strikingly the lation effect of the deflation in the people of Kentucky are price of commodities that has The getting very tired of having the taken place since the war and State run down by a coterie cf the increase in the value cf the supposed highbrows who always dollar that has occurred in the think that things in other States last few months. are better that they are in this It is the first time that wheat old Conimon wealth, and they has sold for under a dollar for ua?aslng along the Avenue solid banks of Americans took occasion to rebuke them in six years. It is the first time An Appeal. till conditions, the vote on the amendments.. t all parties and Victory Loan bonds have sold at continuous, carriage met a The daily newspapers of Louis- par since they were issued. Thousands of tables will applause. ville, Lexington and some other Wheat has fallen from the high gcsntaneous and hearty throughout groan Thursday swas an unmistakable tribute. cities, always fall prey of these point of over three dollars; Vicifc Kentucky under the weight of ISrallowing the ceremonies at lj alleged reformers, and they per- tory Loan bonds have increased turkey, cranberry sauce, pies, 10,000 of these people sistently and continuously for iu price nearly fifteen per cent. nuts and all the delicious Wood-kbsi massed themselves about two months demanded that the iii Even a superficial analysis of TsHE Ford Touring Car has brought to the known only to Thanksgiving - farm homes of the country more Wilson's home to pay him a people vote for these amend- these facts indicates the relative-greate- r real pleadinners. sure, comfort and convenience than perhaps any V EKTther tribute of affectionate ments in the interest of educavalue of the dollar as other one thing. But in another thousands of ;r2gard. tion when the cause of education measured by the prices of comIt has enabled the farmer and his family to mingle homes, a bare table will I e the with friends, attend church, neighborhood func'Thls double demonstration can would have been hurt if they modities, and forecasts an era emblem of poverty; that poverty tions, and enjoy the many pleasantries that had been adopted. They also of cheaper money as measured Ifcaae 'but one significance abound in country life. that is caused by ignorance in i, claimed that the first amend- by the interest rate, and the enaericans are not merely Truly the Ford car with its low cost of operation the majority of cases, crime in ment was for the purpose at hancement of the value of the some, and maintenance, its usefulness and efficiency, instances and rarely mishas been a boon to the American farmer. opportunists; they have "taking the office of State Sup- dollar as measured by its pur.tsiicdid fortune. On this day or ThanksYour order should be placed at once if you wish aside ideals nor the mo erintendent out of politics" when chasing power. giving, the Kentucky Children's to avoid delay in delivery. rg&fe force of sheer righteousness. in reality it would have put the The price of wheat also fore- Home Society calls on the pep-p13:1s. 'Wilson stands with the office deeper into politics. Iowa casts with certainty the relative THE BUCHANAN-LYOCO of Kentucky, the ministers, ji&niterican people for a great found that out and returned to value of other commodities as the school children and the INCORPORATED rZZ ii No the old elective system. Zjfjcfeal, or series of ideals. measured by the purchasing pow mothers to remember- - the little Columbia, Kentucky. V ( zh& can 'rob him of that place in ' The people won this battle in er of a bushel of wheat. homeless waifs, who through no rrcifenal opinion. He may have TKentucky without any money, products have already fault cf their own, may have no K.&2sn. 'wholly impractical, stub- - and without any State organizashown the effect of the process Thanksgiving dinner; and if Jxsra and egotistic in the tion, and without the 'aid of a of deflation. The prices ..of they feast it will be on the The Herald believes he single daily newspaper with grains, live stock, wool and crumbs that fall from the tables 7S3&. 'But his ideals live al- -' State-widcirculation, and they leahter would indicate that the of those more fortunate. s 3ys will live. They are have a right to be proud of their process of deflation had run its This is the Thanksgiving apwhat-assfrom his name, and victory. E. Town News. full course in these products, peal sent out today by George L. this means in history can-- but the manufactured products Sehon, Superintendent of the A WISE ACTION 3bg, "b& denied him hvthe years from these raw materials nave Sovee come, and it is folly or worse The conference of Kentucky not as yet shown a relative fall Kentucky Children's Home ciety, Louisville. Mr. Sehon sauafcempt to deny it to him now. Democrats called by Judge in prices. points out that but for the SoAnother element in the genu- - Charles Hardin, chairman of the The price of wool has dropped ciety, Louisville. Mr. Sehon M Pi LSae ovation given him is his sick' Democratic State Central over fifty per cent!, but the points out that but for the work loads of the Legion boys left for aoess. He never again can be a in the month to price of the manufactured prodlater of the Society, thousands of Richmond and there had another aaeSonal leader, and there is a take couusel concerning a legis- uct in clothes and underwear prosperous men and happy wiyes concert and then marched to bsgrowing feeling that he has been lative program is a and hosiery has not fallen pro who now are citizens of a state Used Years Eastern Kentucky State Normal rmfmriy used, not so much dur-idea, and promises to be of as portionately. The price of livethat is proud of them, might be where they witnessed a foot ball KEigviiis term of office nor in the much advantage to the State as stock on the hoof in Kansas City living this Thanksgiving Day in game between the American LevrSsction as since. This is to the party of which Judge Har- and Chicago has fallen material poverty and crime; it might gion boys against State Univerin a sympathy from- his din is the titular hear. ly, but the price of the product have been they whose tables now sity team of Lexington. It was EpotEtical opponents of the rank Of course such a conference in the butcher stalls has not de- bend under .the weight of the a hard fought of nothing to :ndifile, and from those who in-- i could hot adopt policies that creased proportionately. Leath- Thanksgiving feast tomorrow nothing. There were three aufieosely disapproved his policies. would be binding upon the er has dropped from a half dolwho might have sat down to a ' XtaEtending to martyrdom to accidents during the day, onand Democratic members of the com- lar a pound to- less than forty The Woman's Tonic bare table and only the scraps V ly one of which was very bad. i roasting in politics. ing Legislature, but the Evening per cent., of that price, but the thrown out to them by charity. m Two soldier boys were very bad. Sfr. flarvey and his kind have Post is mistaken if those memprice of shoes has not yet reactSold Everywhere In nearly every community in ly hurt, but will recover it is friends for Mr. Wil-- : bers, nearly all of them, will not ed to the price of leather. i jnade-inorr. a Kentucky are prosperous, happy said. Two of the cars were .desoa.and loosened more bonds for be pleased by the holding of such There are, needless to say, persons who were taken in by molished. tSs Republican party than any a conference, at which sugges- compelling reasons for this dis- the Children's Homef Society, in This leaves us all well and atS&sr influence. They are the tions may be received and de- crepancy. One of those reasons Berea, Ky. many of the cases being rescued joying good health. roost prolific capital the bated by influential members of is that the labor costs have not Very respectfully yours, from squalor and criminal surand if wisdom comes the party from all over the State.-Th- fallen in proportion to the roundings. Nov. 14, '21. E. L. Feese, In the name of Editor News: rSrjs.seeing and hearing, they saw legislators themselves must costs of the raw materials; anthese little children, says Mr. Primer Was Peeved. Enclosed find check for $1.50 be the judges of the bills they other is that freight rates are it heard on .Friday as that Sehon, he appeals through the for the News another year. We man became almost vote for or against.but something still high; a third that manufacCharlie Harris, of Fort Worth, newspapers for money to concan't do without it. It tells us Texas, a friend of Mr. Nubbins never equalled in big might be gained through turers, wholesalers and retailers struct the cottage village, so the sad as well as the good news American politics. Washington the acceptance 'of a legislative have felt the necessity of mak- badly needed to carry on in the printing business, got this of old Adair, and we look anx- slightly peeved at a letter from program by the party in relation ing the readjustment in prices JD.G;J Herald. work of child rescue. iously for it every Thursday to policies over which there is no slow instead of rapid. a doctor who wanted bids on of The Amendments. Jfce Defeat morning. The election went off seveal serious disagreement. All Around House. But the price of wheat and the thousand letterheads, quietly here in Berea, but there different sizes, different kinds, We repeat that the calling of price of Victory bonds forecast The. overwhelming defeat of this conference is a wise action the result of the economical and The sweetened omlet is often were some disturbances in the different grades, and different ifce two proposed school county. This county went Dem- colors, and wanted by the chairman of the State financial laws that are at 'work used as a dessert. the printing the Constitution wes a committee, and we believe the and will in time bring ocratic as usual. All county of- form held standing. So Charlie the ineviAll canned meats and fish 5.agrflakyietory for the people who whole State will be of the same table result of a readjustment in should be removed from the cans ficials elected were Democrats took his typewriter in hand and 'SeSeve in popular government. opinion. The Democratic party price except 2 or 3. wrote: of all commodities, that as soon as opened. 3Eke completeness of the victory will be responsible for the acLast Friday week was Armiswill result in enhancing the pur"Am in the market for one opTry putting a piece of cam- tice Day, and it was duly celeAimSi not be known until the Legislature. chasing power tion of the next eration for appendicitis, one, two of the dollar as phor ice away with your silver. .count is made but sufficient The Governor may veto, but brated here. The American Le- or five inch incision vich or measured by other commodities. It keeps it from tarnishing. gion Bands of this city and Richj returns 'have been given to show there are majorities sufficient to But without ether also with or withthere is one fact that busit&at , these two propositions pass bills over the veto. And it ness men of America should nev- Allow two level teaspoonfuls mond assembled in front of out nurse. If appendix is found by a would be a serious mistake for l&arcev been defeated of baking powder to each cupful Boone Tavern Hotel and played to be sound, want quotation to er forget, and that is, today the no jarger majority than anything tbes Legislature to meet without world is linked together as never of flour when m eggs are used. several patriotic and inspiring include putting same back and pieces after whichfthey marched JS&ezetofore voted upon by the the forming of a program by. canceling order. before and there, cannot be prosIf removed To cool food quickly fill the people of the State. Democratic others aside from the profession- perity in the United States un- lower part of a double boiler to Berea College Chapel, follow- successful bidder is expected to men ed by about 200 iiitf Republican counties vied al lobbyists. Louisville Post. hold incision open for about sixty less it can sell, its products to with ice or cold water and place in khaki and 2,000 to ,2,500 stui4k each other to see which days, as I expect to be in the other nations in greater volume food in the upper part. dents, where an hour was spent J1I the largest vote against Put a little sand in the bottom and for greater value than it The next meeting of the Gen- in listening to good lectures and market for an operation for gall of Chinese lanterns and they will stones at that time and want to .'2 was an especial defeat for not sway and will be less, apt to purchases the products of other eral Baptist Association will be the solemn prayer at 12:00 save the extra cost of cutting." nations, and that to insure pros- - held at Middleboro. o'clock. After this 25 or 30 car Sit6 Superintentent Colyin.who take fire. Kansas CityPost. K was chiefly responsible for hav ing the Legislature submit them, and who was their chief exponent upon the stump. Their overwhelming defeat was also a rebuke to the Kentucky Educational Association, which has too long attempted to dictate and control school legis- Prices for Wheat Victory perity in the United States purchasing power must be restored Bonds Forecast. and Ill II shi: LEXINGTON HERALD. Sece-Wilso- n. ea in other nations. On the day that Victory bonds reached par for the first time in three years, the German mark, which before the war was worth a little over twenty-thre- e cents in American currency, sold in New York for less than a half of one cent. The franc is less than fifty per cent- - of its former val ue as measured in American currency or American commodities. The English puund is selling at a discount of approximately twenty per cent. i vr H' , -- -- tib-bi- ts & Pride of Oimership J tc self-sasi- elf-seeki- self-centere-d, ie N -- Agri-cultur- al ex-"-tDa- e insep-nacahl- sr Com-mittee,,,f- or well-considere- d 40 evi-sfeac- ed - GARDU - e y Demo-crats1;hav- e, e bro-r3cc- & triumph-vK.inavdefe- at araend-7,psntst- G of-SsZe- l&l m-- ex-servi- ce -- ,rrad I .j.