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Preachers and Deacons. THE BALL GAME liamstown, Ky., Dr. H. H. Cherry, Bowling Green, and Mr. and Mrs J. The trouble with many preachers Attention is called to the new Ford Courier Journal. W. Sparks, Mt. Vernon. Columbia paper. It Turned Over. to she and deacons is that they are not advertisement in One of the prettiest of the autumn We are will be seen there is a change in to schedule. weddings was that of Misa Frances BasRet-Ba- ll Players. Ex- -' Shoes and Overshoes. convinced, judging by results, that prices, and the demand is great. This Garnett and Mr. Robert Alexander cftement at Hip Pitch. many ministers never had a call from popular machine is handled by the Gayle, which was solemnized at 8 Fall line Men, Boys, Womens and God! possibly they overheard someone Buchanon Lyon Company who cater o'clock last night at the Highland Children's Shoes "and Overshoes at A Deacon is often an open to the trade of Adair and adjoining JAMESTOWN CROWNED WITH fclORY. elsescall. Baptist Chnrch. The ceremony was Don't fail to see bargaias prices soreto a Church because of his incon- counties. The Ford carries you easy performed by the Rev. Dr. J. T. them. Last week Columbia was turned sistent life. If we stayed with the and quickly to your destination, at all Scruggs, Franklin, Ky., uncle of the Goff Bros. Store. over to the Basket Ball players Ear- Old Book more and went by what it times sure to get to the landing point. bride, assisted by the Very Rev. Richly each morning you could hear only said we would get along a lot better. Mr. R. J. Lyon pays particular atard L. McCready, dean of Christ Acquitted of Murder, expressions of the game played the The Wednesday night meetings at tention to the sale of this machine. Church Cathedral. night before. The visitors who at- the Baptist Churce are being devoted Write him for particulars The church was decorated with Cochrysanthe-munJudge J. C Carter returned to tended the meets wera more than to Bible study. At present we are palms, ferns and white I am now ready to do hemstitching. Steps were erected leading to lumbia Thursday afternoon, en route glad to put in an appearance, and studying 1st Tim. A prophet long Also have all repairs for Singer Sewthe altar, which was banked with to his home, Tompkinsville, after were well paid for the interest they ago said "My people perish for lack of ing Machines. Come and see and get As a whole the contests knowledee." It is eaually true to prices ferns and white chrysanthemums and holding a special term of Court at manifested were good humoredly fought out, the dayman the World over. Come and be lighted with tall cathedral candies. Jamestown. Emma Jones, with The pews for the members of the two He Informed the News that J. W. way all games should be played 3rd Story, Paull Bldg. Leslie J. B. Smith, Pastor. The first game was Campbelisville families were marked with tall white Voils, who killed Mage Garr, a colortf standards topped with white chrysan- ed man, about one yaar ago, was tried against the Town Team. At one time Notice. An Unconfirmed Reoort. themums, tied withx streamers of and acquitted. Voils was represented it was a little r jugh.btt not particularly exciting and it closed 31 to 27 in white tulle by Hon Lilburn Phelps and the State See our line of Mens, Young Men was represented by A. A. Huddleston favor of Campbelisville. This coutest A report has reached here that Rob Miss Josephine Cherry, Bowling Suits best quality, latest and Boys Green, was the maid of honor. The Commonwealth's Attorney, and R. E. was at the High School Gym on Tues-di- y ert Hudson, who was born and reared at bargain prices. night. x in Columbia, was kicked by a horse, bridesmaids were Misses Elizabeth Lloyd County Attorney. Goff Bros. Store. On Wednesday night 'at the Lind Temple, Philadelphia; Julia Horner, in some place in Tennessee and killed. Omley Garner, chargIn the case of Monticello went up against Grand Rapids; Martha Spaiks, Mt ed with detaining a woman, the jury The report says that Robert was travSeriously Hurt. eling with a show when the fatal acVernon, and Martha Riker, Lexing- failed to agree, and the case goes over the team of that institution, and in a very short time it could be plainly ton. Misses Elizubeth Grant and Dora until the next regular term. cident occurred Letters have been Mr. S LV Banks, who lives near Mt. seen seen that the school team would Mr Allen were the flower girls written to Tennessee for a confirmaIn the civil suit of Dunbar against go down in defeat. The game closed Carmel. one of Adair county's best tion of the story, but news of a differGeorge Gayle, Frankfort, was his Elmer Wheat, executive of the escitizens, met with a serious accident ent nature has not reached here. The brother's best man and the ushers in- tate of Mrs. Eliza. J. Perkins, Dunbar 45 for Monticello, 15 for Lindsey-Wilsolast Tuesday morning. .He was put- accident, cluded Messrs. William Simpson, suing for $1845, a judgment was renit is said, occurred more Thanksgiving night the Wayne ting a new roof on his dwelling when than a month ago. Robert left this Lewis Garrett, W, Hume dered in favor of the plaintive for Frankfort: county boys met the Graded School the scaffold broke down throwing Mr. place four or five years ago. Logan and Charles StolJ, $365 team in the High School Gym, and Banks violently to the ground. It The bride, who was given in marLadles' Coats. here they did not have a walk over, was known at once chat ho was badly For Sale. riage by her father, Mr. James Gar-net-t, hurt and Dr. C. M. Russell and peras the Graders fought to the last wore a wedding gown of white Good line Ladies, Misses and Chiditch, and only lost by 8 scores, the haps other physicians were called. crepe satin. The decolletage was cut Two Spotted Poland China male game closing 20 to 12 in favor of When the doctors reached his bed ldren coats at money saving prices. V shape both front and back. The pigs. Can furnish papers side he was suffering greatly, and our Call and see them. Monticello. short sleeves were supplemented with Roy Smith, Friday night the real game of the informant stated that they could not Goff Bros. Store. flowing sleeves of strings of pearls. Columbia, Ky. week was played in the High School tell ontiirst examination how badly he The drapery of the skirt was caught 6 2b Married at Jeffersgnvilie. Gym, Jamestown and Monticello be- was hurt. at the left side, with bouffant drapery will recover. It is hoped that he ing the contenders. An immense of tulle at both sides. A soft girdle Thanksgiving Services. Mr. Fred Willis, of this place, son of crowd was present, and cheered lustiwhich defined the low waist line, was is Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Willis, and Miss Wagons, the very best that ly for their favorites. Monticello fastened at the back with a pearl Muriel Hord, daughter of Mr. and Union Thanksgiving services were made, Buggies and Chevrolet went into the contest confident of ornament. Pearls fastened the court held in the Christian church last Mrs G. W, Hord, Campbelisville, touring cars, and farm impletrain at the shoulders A high married in Jeffersonville, Friday, the Thursday forenoon, all the churches winning. Jamestown whistled around the hall, seeming very unconcerned, ments of every description can be 25th Inst, at 11 o'clock a. m For crown of pearls in the Russian in town being well represented. style adjusted the bride's tulle veil Eld. Z. T. Williams was Master of but when the game started every found at my store. Prices are riuht. the present the couple will reside in and she carried a shower bouquet of ceremonies, and after song service the player was at his place, active, and I also have a large general stock of Campbellsvile. Mr. Willis is engaged knew exactly what to do. At the everything kept in a first-cla- ss bride's roses and bouvahlia. store. In transferring the mail to and from first on the program was Scripture end of the first half Jamestown was 1 n Reading, by Rev. Leslie J maid of honor wore a soft B Smith, The It would pay yon to come to Greens- between Columbia and Campbelisville. ahead and kept in the lead until it satin with girdle and train of of the Baptist Church. The Thanksburg and see my stock. Bargains for He is an industrious young man and 10 in favor of Jamestown of gold. The decolletage was giving Prayer was offered by Rev. J closed 15 to cloth his friends at home send their best The Russell county boy's admirers every body. wishes. cut square, with low waist line and L Murrell and after a song, Rev. R. Woodson Lewis. the flowing sleeves. The skirt was cut in V. Bennett, Pastor of the Methodist almost lifted the roof off Do not fail to be at the High School petals and ornamented with a gold Church delivered the address, swhich building when the result was anMrs Sarah G. Bird Dead. Gym next Tuesday night Admission nounced. rose She carried a loose arm bouquet was of special interest. 50 cents. Children under 10, 25 cents The Monticello aggregation conof Columbia roses. Dr. Menzies of the Cumberland Last Sunday Mrs. Sarah G. Bird, most becoming while in ducted itself The bridesmaids wore gowns made Presbyterian Church, , pronounced the The Drawing. Columbia, and their visit to this place who lived at Gadberry, died after an alike of different pastel shades. Miss benediction. was highly appreciated by all lovers of illness of "several weeks, bhe was a All in attendance certainly felt 'Temple wore pale orange . satin. The Thursday night will be your last woman of splendid character, and had game. was good for them to have the favorite decolletage was cut square with loDg that it chance to get a free chance on the long since made her peace with her flowing sleeves. The petal skirt was bee present. money that has been taken in for Buggy Stolen. God. She was twice married, to oui wired at the hips to give a bouffant tickets sold on automobile contest. Hotel For Sale. Last Thursday night a new buggy knowledge, her first husband being Owing to my inability to sell all the effect. The long waist line was deand harnes were stolen from my barn, Mr. Charles Calllson. Some months fined with a silver girdle. Miss tickets, have decided to give the The Hancock Hotel on Burkesvllle one mile from Columbia. It is a ago she returned from California money to the lucky man, woman or Sparks was gowned in French blue, Buchanan Lyon Company buggy. The where she spent several years She Miss Horner in orchid and Mils Riker St., for sale. For particulars address child. This concest will be drawn out y leather on left shaft is disfigured, will be greatly missed from the in coral. All carried loose arm bou- or see Junius Hancock Thursday night at Paramount community. She was sixty-od- d slight flaw in crook of rsght shaft. An Columbia, Ky. quets of flowers to correspond with Theatre. old rusty tap on left side of top. A years old. Many attended the funertheir gowns. Improving Rapidly. reward will be paid for information al. Notice. The costumes of the flower girls leading to its recovery. Moves to Wesl Virginia. were copied from an old portrait, W. J. Cundiff, who went to Texas, Miss We will, for the next 30 days, sell They wore frocks of white organdie Columbia, Ky. two months ago, stopped at St. Ancut off the shoulders with white lace thony Mr. S D. Barbee and family left at net cost dry goods, notions, Ladies Hospital, Louisville, and had a A Home Wedding. .pantalettes. Miss Allen wore a pink Thursday morning for Welch, West and men's hats, Shoes and Rubbers. goiter removed from her neck She Blair & Ellis, Garlin, Ky. ribbon in her hair tied in a fit bow Va , where their daughter, Mrs Marwrites Miss Moilie Jeffries that she Miss Grant wore a blue hair ribbon. Last Thursday afternoon there was tin, resides. Mr. Bavbee expects to expected to sit up last Wednesday, Each carried a French bouquet. pleased the operation having been performed a very quiet wedding at the home of buy a home in Welch if he is Rev. R. B. Grider was given a banThe ceremony was followed by a a week before The operation was a Mr and Mrs. Frank Shepherd, who with the country. In talking to the News he said that he reserved the quet at Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, at the home of the bride's perfect success, and Miss Baker re live on Greensburg street. parents, for the bridal party, the two turned home Monday afternoon, and The contracting parties were Mr. right to return and buy property in Monday night of last week to which families and a few close fiiends. The will resume her work at the Bank of Banks Hancock, of Cane Valley, and Columbia should he be dissatisfied covers were laid for onevhundred bouse was decorated with white and Columbia. The goiter had been a Miss Rosie Shepherd, the oldest Mr Barbee is an industrious man and Methodist laymen of the city. Dr jvellow chrysanehemums In the cen- - j source of annoyance for several years, daughter of her parents, who were will be missed by his friends here, all Grider is a Presiding Elder, and this ter of the bride's table was the wed- and Columbia joins Miss Sue in being at home. The ceremony was of whom hope that he will meet with recognition was for activities, in by Dr. Grider ding cake, surrounded by crystal glad that it has been removed. performed by Eld. Z. T. Williams in prosperiEy, and if he rtturns, he will Methodism manifested parents of this minis candlesticks, holding white tapers. the presence of a few special friends, be given the glad hand. This paper The Mr and Mrs. W. C. Grider, re- Mr. Nathan Rice and Miss Rachel commends Mr. Barbee and his family ter, Notice. The bride's mother was attired in side at Montpelier, Adair county. to the good people of his new home Coffey being the attendants. chiffon velvet. "brown The train After congratulations the happy which was draped from the side, was Before having your fall sewing done A lard. Sheet Iron Stoves. lined with orange chiffon. The sleeves see Jones & Bradley; 3rd story Paull couple left for the home of the groom's MrJand Mrs. Luclen Bell desire to mother, Cane Valley, where they .will were of orange chiffon. The girdle Bldg. I have on hand the following sizes reside. was done in silver and gold embroidreturn their heartfelt and most grate The Board of Education met- last This is a very deserring couple and ful thanks to all the neighbors who so in stoves at my shop 22 .Inches $3.75, ery. Her corsage was of violets. Saturday and elected Mr. F.E. Webb, the best wishes of their many friends kindly assisted them in waiting upon 24 inches 84.00, 26 inches S4.30. All of Mrs. J- W. Gayle, Frankfort,mother of Glenville, school Superintendent are extended. their son during his illness, ending in the stoves havelarge doors, and are of the bridegroom, wore black lace of Adair county for a term of four hand made from extra heavy iron. death with a corsage bouquet of violets. years. Edwin Cravens. He is an experienced teacher Wanted. Mrs. J P. Scruggs. Franklin, aunt of The concrete walls of the engine and a gentleman who stands high In wore a sappire bine sattln GREY FOXES.... $2.50 Each house are up, and the whole building SJee the ad of the Farmers Tobaoco educational work of this county. It rose at the girdle, isrith a silver Hodgeo, will b completed ina few days. It Warehouse, published in WS. make fc.J is predicted that ill c Vn guests were Ameog the CaBfdM&wBvKy. is asplwdid building. News. splendid officer. Church Wedding. j. Would TIuv Have Anything At All? to-day- 's s. L 5-- say-Wilso- n You say you "already carry all you can pay for" you "don't want to cramp yourself" you "don't want to keep yourself poor paying premiums ' Really, you are covering only a part of the ground. It isn't simply a question of how much you can live on or how much you can lay by each year. There is the more important question of how much your family could live upon if you, the wera suddenly taken away. They will get along all right while you live. They would manage to subsist, somehow, even if your income were cut in two. Would they have as much as that if you were taken away? Would they have anything at all? Here is the question for every true man to consider: "How much must my wife and children have to enable them to live in simple comfort when I am no longer here to provide for them? Have I taken the necessary steps to secure them as much as that? The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New York Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Agent, Columbia, Ky. bread-winner, n. An infant son, two months old, of Mr. Lucian Bell died ,'at the home of its grandfather, Mr. B. G. Redmon. It was afflicted withjjsplnal meningitis. It was a hardjblow to the parents, who idolized their child. It was buried Tuesday. You will miss a good play if you fail to b' at tho HighJiSchool Gym night. Adults, 50 n under 10, 25 cents. cant3-Childre- next-Tuesda- y four-nine- ty- Phelps Bros , received at this place, last Thursday, 100 head of hogs, 15 grown cattle and 20 calves. They paid 6 cents for the hogs, from 2 to 5 cents for the grown cattle and from 4 to 6 cents for the calves. Notice. The tax books are now completed and I am ready to receive your taxes. Come in at once and settle. The sooner this is done, thebetter for alL concerned. Cortez Sanders, Sheriff.'Adair County. 51-- tf fan-shape- d jade-gree- See Prof. Pepp &JCo , at the Gym next Tuesday night. High-Schoo- l Ad- mission, Adults, 50 cents. under 10 25 cents. 1 Children have soldmy stock of goods., Please come and settle your account. AloinJ Murray. Gad-berr- T. E. Jeff ries'residence, which he had erected on his farm, is about completed. It is expected that Mr. Jeffries will remove to it, but he is not likely to remove from town this winM r ter still was found in operation in the northern part of Russell county by J. L. Gaskin, prohibition enforcement officer. It was brought to Jamestown and cutjto pieces. A complete Sue-Bake- r, 4-- 4t Orville B. Finn, aged 24, and Miss Leuora Keltuer 19, were marriod In Jeffersonville one day last week. They live in the Keltner precinct! Adair county. Mr. Carlle Aaron, who lived near Esto, lost his dwelling by fire lasG Wednesday night. The origin of the fire is not known. It was insured. well-know- n Local play at the High School Gym next Tuesday night.' Admission, Adults, 50 cents. Children under 10 25 cents. For Sale. 5-t- f - - with a two acre lot. This is a desirable piece of property and just outside the town limits. Also 45 acre tract of land U miles of town,, An 6 room house School district;. 5 room house, good barn and all nodes wire fence. Prices right for a quick sale,. .L. H Jonsay ic Graded ihride he-w- - to-day- 's 0 out-of-t- Adair County Nawy, fi,5Q per, year ". Vf) M JHmr ttf-- . ADAIR COUNTY Through them to fetch he stared long At the smoke. Then he turned to the girl and Itainey "Come down inter the cabin," he said. "We'll need all our wits. That's a patrol boat, Japanese, for a million I None other this far west. An' it's d d funny it should come up right at We've made the trip this minnit. on schedule time, an' here they show. But we'll let that slide. We've got to think fast. They'll board us. They'll overhaul ns lookin for seal pelts. At least I hope so. "We've got none. Our hunters an' our rifles an' shotguns'll prove our claim to be pelagic sealers. We got to trust they believe us. If there Is a hide aboard or a club, or a sign of a dead seal on the beaches they'll nail us. They may ennyway, just on suspicion. SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I. Loitering on the San Francisco water front, John Rainey, newspaper reporter. Is accosted bv a blind man, a slant In size, who asks Rainey to lead him to the sealing schooner Karluk. The blind man tells Rainey he la an old shipmate of Captain Simms of the Karluk and desires to make his visit a surprise. He asks Rainey to lead him aboard, and Rainey does so. In the eabln they find Captain Simms and a man named Carlsen. Simms recognizes the blind man, calling him Jim Lund. Lund accuses Simms of abandoning him, blind on an ice floe, and denounces him for what he calls his ingratitude. Simms flnleg the charge, but Lund refuses to be 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 Rainey. CHAPTER II. Awaking from his stupor, Rainey finds himself at sea. Carlsen Informs him he has been kidnaped because, having learned the object of the expedition, h might have divulged it and frustrated the plans of the voyagers. He offers Rainey a share of the gold, and Rainey, seeing nothing else to be done, declares himself satisfied. Lund give3 him a brief account of a former expedition of the Karluk, tells him he distrusts Carlsen, and suggests a "partnership," Rainey to act as Lund's "eyes." having a slight CHAPTER knowledge of seamanship, is made second mate of the vessel. Captain Simms la In exceedingly poor health, and the navigation of the ship is entirely in the bands of Doctor Carlsen. At the tatter's uggestlon a shooting match is arranged between the "hunters" aboard, the vessel being ostensibly on a sealing expedition. Lund, although blind, demonstrates he can shoot "by sound." The hunters having emptied their revolvers, Carlsen tails them there are no more shells on board. C0APTER IV. Watching the pursuit of a whale by its natural enemies, the vessel Is mishandled and narrowly escapes disaster. In the contusion the hip's boy, Sandy, is swept overboard. Rainey rescues him, earning his gratl-tur- a 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 Rainey to "pump" Bandy 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 oeok, Tamada, should have an equal share of the gold, which was not the original plan. Rainey and Carlsen quarrel and the latter draws a revolver.opiniony overpowers him. Lund is of keeping Carlsen that Is playingIs to secure the captain 111 the gold, and and Incidentally Peggy, for himself. Tamada, evidently a Japanese of education and tar above the position of cook on such a vessel as the Karluk, Is an unknown quantity. CHAPTER VI. An interview Rainey has with Tamada does not throw much light on the position of the Jap, though Rainey is Inclined to believe he has no sinister intentions and would prefer to aide with Lund and Rainey rather than with Carlsen and the hunters. Lund is doubtful, but tells Rainey he has a trump card In his possession which will enable him to frustrate any sinister plans which Carlsen may have made. They sight land and arrangements are made for a confer-onc- e to decide on the sharing of the gold. Carlsen, knowing that Lund would insist on Ralney's being present In an advisory capacity to the blind man, invites Rainey to attend. CHAPTER VII. It is arranged that Rainey is to see the skipper, who Carlsen declares Is in no condition to join the Rainey finds the captain gathering. seemingly at the point of deat'i. Peggy confides to him that she disf- sts Carlsen and fears he is actually slowly killing her father The conference begins 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 share 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 recoverv of his sight Carlsen draws his revolver, but Lund also has a revolver and shoots first. Carlsen is killed. III.-Rai- ney, Ral-ne- NEWS A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN Illustrations by Irwin Myers Copyright Bofcbs Merrtn Co. Ti"'" "a tr,ifTry1m ' "It's lucky we didn't start mussin' up that beach. But they'll go over everything. I know 'em. They claim to own the seas hereabouts, an' they're cockier than ever, since the war. Rainey, you got to git busy on the log. If yore father didn't keep it up, Miss Peggy, so much the better. If he has, you got to fake it someways, Rainey. "I'm Simms, get me, until we're clear An' you, Rainey, are Doc of 'em. Carlsen. Xothln' must show in the log about enny deaths." "But why?" asked the girl. "Why do we have to masquerade if we haven't touched the seals?" Lund barked at her: "I gave you credit for sharper wits," "We've got to have everyhe said. thing so reg'Iar they can't find an excuse for haulin' us in an' settin' Are to the schooner. They'd do It in a jiffy. We got to show 'em our clearance papers, an' we've got to tally up all down the line. Rainey ain't on the ship's books Carlsen is. Lund ain't but Simms Is. I'm Simms. An' you" he stopped to grin at her "you're my daughter. I'll dissolve the relationship after a while, I'll promise you that. An' I'll drill the men. They know what's ahead of 'em if the Japs git suspicious. "That ain't the worst of it! They may know what we're after. If they do, we're goners. Ever occur to yon, Rainey, that Tamada, who is a deep one, may have tipped off the whole thing to his consul while the schooner was at San Francisco? He was along the last trip. He'd know the approxiMight have got the mate position. right Aggers out o' the log, him havin' the run of the cabin. A cable would do the rest He'll git his whack out of It, with the order of the g Golden Chrysanthemum or some to boot, an git even with the way he feels to'ard our outfit for'ard, that ain't bin none too sweet to him." The suggestion held a foundation ot conviction for Rainey. He had thought of the consul. He had always sensed depths in Tamada's reserve. It looked plausible. Lund rose. "I'll fix Tamada," he said. But the girl stopped him. "You don't know that's true. Tamada lias been wonderful to me. What do you intend to do with him?" "I'll make up my mind between here and the galley," said Lund grimly. "This is my third time of tackling this i .h.'.id. an' no Jap is goin' to stand me an' the gold, this trip. Why. v 'ii if he ain't blown on us, he'll give th" whole thing away. If he d'dn't want to they'd make him come thn.ugh if 'hfy laid their eyes on him. They ve i'v: more tricks than a Chtnosp mandarin to make a man tall:. Staids to reason he'll tell "tin. If he can they git here." he added standing half-wabetween thf (able and the door of the corridor, bis hand opening and closing sug'e.-thely- . "The crew'd settle his hash if 1 didn't. They ain't fools. They know what's ahead of 'em in Japan. You. Itnim., git busy with that log. jig-arin -talk-whe-n y. hard, his beard thrust out like a bush with the jut of hl jaw. Still she faced him, resolute, nrely up to his shoulders, slim, defiant. Gradually his features crinkled Into a grin. "I believe you would," he said at last. "An' I'd hate to fix you the way I would Tamada. But, mind you, if I don't git a definite promise out of him that rings true, I'll have to stow him somewheres, where they won't find him. An' that won't be on board ship." The girl's face softened. "You said you played fair," she said with a sigh of reliefl She stepped to the door, opened it, and called for Tamada. The Japanese appeared almost Instantly. Lund closed the door behind him and locked it. "You know there's a patrol comln' up, Tamada?" he asked. "A Jap paI papers. though risk the disguise was assurance or nis fidelity. "Lund should have told me," he said. "I've got to change his name on the EVERYTHING IN It won't take a minute he doesn't appear In the log." The Japanese officer wasted no time on deck. For precaution, Rainey made his alteration In the skipper's cabin, leaving the log there on the built-i; n HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Eliwood and American Fence. desk. "This is Lieutenant Carlsen," said Lund. Ito, Doctor "You want to see trol?" "Yes." "What do you intend tellin' 'em if they come on board?" "Nothing, if I can help it. I think I can. I am not friendly with Japanese government. It would be bad for me if they find me. One time I belong Progressive Party in Japan. I make much talk. Too much. The government say am too progressive." Rainey imagined he caught a glint of humor in Tamada's eyes as he made his clipped syllables. "So, I leave my country. Suppose I go on steamer I think that government they stop me. I think even in California they may make trouble, If they find me. So I go sampan. Sometimes Japanese cross to California In sampan." "That's right," said Rainey. He had handled more than one story of Japanese crews landing on some desolate portion of the coast to avoid immigration laws and steamer fares. Generally they were rounded up after their perilous, daring crossing of the Pacific. Tamada's story held the elements of truth. Even Lund nodded in reserved affirmation. "Also I ship on Karluk as cook because of perhaps trouble if some one know me in San Francisco. I think much better if they do .not see me. I have a plan. Also I want my share of gold. Suppose that gunboat find me, find out about gold, they will not give me reward. You do not know Japanese. They will put me in prison. It will be suggest to me, because I am of dalmio blood" Tamada drew himself up slightly as he claimed his nobility That I do "that I make hari-karnot wish. I am Progressive. I much rather cook on board Karluk and get my share of gold." Lund surveyed him moodily, half convinced. The girl was all eager approval. "What is your plan, Tamada?" "We'ie losln' time on that log," cut In Lund. Look "Git busy, Rainey. among Carlsen's stuff. He may have kept one. Dope up one of 'em, an' burn the other. Now then. Tamada, dope out yore scheme; it's got to be a good one." Both Lund and the girl were laughing when Rainey came out into the main cabin again with the records. Tamada had disappeared. "He's some fox," said Lund. "Miss Peggy, you better superintend the theatricals. It's got to be done right. Rainey, not to Interrupt you, what do you know about enteric fever?' "Nothing." "Well, it's the same as typhoid. There'll be a surgeon aboard that gunboat. You got to bluff him. Say little an' look wise as an' owl. Don't let him mix in with yore patient." "My patient?" "Tamada I He's got enteric fever. If there's time he'll give you all the dope." "But I don't see how "You will see when you see Tamada," "How about them Lund grinned. logs? Can you fix 'em?" "I think so." "Then hop to It. I'm goin' to wise up the men and arrange a reception committee. Don't forgit yore name's Carlsen, an mine's Simms." Rainey wrote rapidly in ids log, erasing, eliminating pages without i. our papers. Lieutenant?" "My orders are to examine the schooner," said Ito, in Engli'sh even His more perfect than Tamada's. face was officially severe, though his slant eyes shifted constantly toward the girl. Evidently she was an unexpected feature of the visit. "I'll get the papers first," said Lund. "Doctor, you an' Peggy entertain the lieutenant." Rainey set out some whisky, which the Japanese refused, some cigars that he passed over with a motion of his hand. He sat down stiffly and ran through the papers. "We're pelagic, you know," said Lund. "We ain't trespassin' on purpose. Didn't even know you owned the island." "It is on our charts," said Ito crisply, as if that settled the right of dominion. "How did you come here at all?" "We was brought," said Lund. "Got froze in north o' Wrangell. Gale set us west as we come out o' the strait. We're bound for Corwin. Nothin' contraband. All reg'Iar. Six hunters, two damaged in the gale, though the doc's fixed 'em up. Twelve seamen, d one boy, an a nigger cook who's himself with his own cookln'. Doc's bringin' him round, too, though he don't deserve it. Want to make yore inspection? We're in no hurry to git away until the ice melts. Take yore time." The little, dapper officer with his h face, and his keen, hair, got up and bowed, with a side glance at Peggy Simms. "It is not usual for young ladies to be so far north." His endeavor at gallantry was obvious. "I am with my father," said the girl, looking at Rainey, enjoying the situpois-enehigh-cheeke- Stvel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. ,'ncornorated CO- - lie Caat Mathel Streei' Between Firs! and Brook Louisville, Ky. xm HAIL In Field. One - FIRE In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute d shoe-brus- Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance as ation. "Where I go she goes," said Lund. And looked in turn at her with relish He, too, in his double suggestion. was playing the game, gambling, believing in his luck, eckless, now he had set the board. They passed through the corridor. Lund opened up the strong room, and then the galley. It was orderly, and there was a moaning figure in Tamada's bunk, a tossing figure with a head bound in a red bandanna above the black face and neck that showed nbove the blankets. The eyes were closed. The black hands, showing lighter palms, plucked at the coverings. "Delirious," said Lund. "Serves him right. He's a rotten cook." "Have you all the medicines you need?" asked Ito. "I can send our surgeon." "I can manage," returned Rainey. aeieK& sees &&aefc Better Be Safe Than Sorry Those Wfib acted upon our advise before the Fire are GLAD; Those who did not, are SORRY. It is too late After the Fire Better see us before the next one occurs. y that" rNSurt-Asrc- Jr3miwm! BROSir alt, its braxckks COLUMBIA, KY. E REED dition of the skipper, they find Carlsen has been administering morphine. The supply on board being exhausted, they are unable to do anything, and the captain dies. Lund offers to take the girl back to Unalaska, but she decides to go on. CHAPTER VIII. Investigating the con- wHunR ci:,vvfT-i-lflgll-i-rJJ- ,J November Beauties Not Found In Other Months. CHAPTER IX. The hunters attack Lund, who has taken full charge of the ship, and in a fierce fight, in which Rainey participates, the attackers are worsted. The girl watches the fight and Rainey "discovers she has a revolver. CHAPTER X. Lund and Rainey search Carlsen's cabin for shells, find a quantity, and Lund has Rainey throw them overboard in the presence of the hunters. Rainey is love It Is plain to and he that Lund theingirl's with Peggy fears for safety. They sight the island which is their destination, and approach it safely. All night long thpy lay In a pandemonium of noJM. After a while thoy would become usel to it us do the workers in a stampmlll, but that night It deafened ihem, kept them awake and alert, fearful, with the tremendous cannonading. The bit of the frost made the timbers of the Karluk sisiiiiil uSHB Iii fulfil UiiMKt&&l fyS &mm uj3 ScffMrhnJwfiSSi creak stopped and stared into the east. ffiere, in 'the very eye of the dawn, fr.was a' trail of smoke, like a "plume ciragainst .the. flaming, cle; of the rising sun I "Lund's face, TTn which the bruises -three-quarters grindings, while the surf ever boomed on the resonant sheets of ice. Dawn came before they were aware pf it, a sudden rush of light that dyed the Ice in every hue of red and orange, that tipped the frozen coast with bursts of ruby flame that flared like beacons and gilded the crests of the long swells, tinging all their world with a wild, unnatural glory. Lund, striding the deck, his red beard iced with Tils breath, suddenly with jroaninp worked anions the stranded masses and its thrust continually and shrill thunders But Peggy Simms Was Between Him and the Door. trace. Imitating the skipper's phrasing. Fortunately Simms had made scant entries at first and, later on, as the drug held him, none at all. Carlsen had kept no record thnt he could find. The girl had gone forward to' aid with Tamada's plan which Lund had evidently accepted. Before he had quite finished he heard the tramp of men on deck and the blast of a steam whistle. He ended his task and went up to see the gunboat, gray and menacing, its brasses glistening, men on her decks at their tasks, oblivious of the schooner, and officers on her bridge watching the progress of a launch toward the floe. It made landing smartly, and a lieutenant, diminutive but highly effective In appearance, led six men toward the Karluk. He wore a sword and revolver ; the men carried carbines. Their disciplined rank and smartness, the waiting aunch, the gunboat in the offing, were ominous with the suggestion of power, the will to administer it. The officer in command carried his chin at an arrogant tilt. Lund had rigged a gangway and stood at the head of it, saluting the lieutenant as the latter snappily answered the greeting. I will "Delirious," said Lund. "Serves Him Right. He's a Rotten Cook." It is almost beyond under- alias Carlsen. "It's enteric. I've duced the fever." They passed on through the hunters' quarters. The girl fell behind with re- Rainey. "A good makeup and a good actor," she whispered. "I helped him to be sure he covered everything that would show. It was my idea about the bandanna. Just what a sick negro might wear, and it hid his straight hair." The, " - were-- faW failing, changed -- purple-WacJ- c - - He whirled upon Sandy gapingnear, .andordered him -- t g- - with J'fes-- : ,..,. That gunb'oat'll have a boat alongside this floe inside of ninety minnlts." ' But Peggy Simms was between him and the door. "You shan't do it," she said, her eyes hard as flints, in .Lund's were like steel. "You dpn't know what he was to me when when dad was buried. Call him In and let him talk for himself or or I'll tell the Japanese myself what we have come for!" Lundsto6dstar.Ing-ntrher- , his face' Rainey found the girl and put a hurried question. "What about Tamada? Where Is he? What's the plan?" She turned to hiro with eyes that danced with excitement. "He's in the galley. Doctor Carlsen But he isn't Tamada any more. He's Jim Cuffee, nigger cook, sick with enteric fever, not to be disturbed." Rainey stared. Tt was a cleverle-vice- , if Tamada could carry It out.and he bear his own part Inth.eransquer nde. V The,, willingness of Tamada to - isfied, but requested that Lund go on board his ship. He stayed there until sundown, returning in hilarious mood. "We've slipped it over on 'em this time," he said. "I left 'em aswlm with sake, an' bubblin' over with polite regrets. But they'll be back in three weeks, they said, if the ice is open. An', if the luck holds, we'll be out of " It. I don't want them searchin' the ship ag'in." He slapped Tamada on the back as he came to serve supper after Sandy had laid the table. "A reg'Iar vodeville skit," he ex"You're some actor, Taclaimed. mada! But why didn't you say the Island was down on their charts? They've even got a name for it lieutenant appeared fairly sat- Hiyania." . CONTINUED,ON PAGE 3 "T "m - standing that healthy humans, possessing good lungs, cle?r eyes good legs, sound minds, and a respect for nature and beauty, should allow themselves to be cooped up during the early days of November in narrow rooms where the air is stuffy and where the great outdoors is a foreigner. November offers beauties and benefits not to be found in other months. A glimpse from the drive over the valley discloses tree3 of many hues, shades and shadows not like the ones in the pictures, mists and sun's rays, and the air is fresh and crisp and invigorating. Yet Mr. Cityraan and Mrs. City woman stay in the cooped-u- p quarters, drinking in the lifeless air, looking at painted or paper ed walls, reading perhaps all too much, anb missing the greatest month that nature has provided for mankind. November was made to be used. The trees are to be seen. The hills and vales are to be appreciated. The paintings are to be enjoyed. The songs of the late birds are to be heard. The water splashing over the stones is for our ears to hear The grass carpets are to walk upon. The invigorating, fresh, air is to be breathed. The time soon comes when living in inside quarters will be too necessary. Why begin the shut in life before we have to? November days should be something more than little squares on the wall calendar. They should be days when we appreciate the outdoors and when we get the benefits that nature intended for us to get. out-door life-givi- ng 77-ye- ar a miner, was shot and instantly killed by his old father-in-la- w at Tom Halbert, Prestonaburg. Maj. Braden is to succeed Ludlow Petty as Chief of Police of Louisville and Petty is to be ap- pointed 'postmriter. T H le-W- -- yJ ADAIR COUNTY NEWS and add to tea or coffee; or it may be stirred inOne cool night I slipped out of to any kind of farinaceous food my den to get some persimmons just before serving. that grew on a large tree in an Cracks at Creation. open field, which belonged to a Holladay. LANCASTER RECORD. I was very hungry, and as I hurried along, I heard the bark Poor relations, however, are of a dog. I listened and decided that he was faraway somewhere not always poor to those who have less. on the Mays cliff. Of course the hope of the On I went and ate all the persimmons I could hold, and start- world is in Washington. Where ed back for my den. I had stay- else could it be? Some people are experts at exed longer than I aimed too. Perhaps an hour. All at once I posing the faults that others do heard someone hissing his dog. not possess. He went something like this: That far eastern question is "Stir him up Dock." 1 could moving westward. Washington see the light of a lantern, so I is a good place to halt. decided to climb a tree. I did, The brains of the world are and pretty soon I heard the now centered in Washington. leaves rattling and the sniff of a Here's hoping they function. dog. Oh! this startled me greatThe mind of the mother of ly. I trembled to the end of my man is never fathomed, yet it tail. The dog barked loud and contains the wisdom of the ages. long and I'll be darn if I didn't The fellow who "doesn't hear Dick Bailey say, "Talk to think" saves a lot of trouble for him Dock." The dog kept himself and inflicts it upon barking. Pretty soon Dick walked around and I swear, if Mr. Hughes fired the first gun he didn't have his gun, ax, grass and the charge was so heavy it sack and lantern. I knew he'd shook the priming out of all the get me, no matter bow high I others. climb, but I felt better when I Forget your last year's winter heard Dick say, "Boys, we can't You will look a lot handcut this tree, its on Tim Mont- hat. gomery' land, but guess will get somer to the dealer if you wear a new one him anyway." He put a shell in his gun and set the lantern on "Keep your smile" is the adhis marble top. I was looking vice handed out by a local philosat the light. Bang, went the opher. But handing it on to gun. As I fell I heard Dick say, others would be better. "This is the sixty-nint- h o 'posIt isn't to be wondered at that sum for me this fall." Then Borne men are unable to withold Dock grabbed me, and stuck stand prosperity. They never his sharp teeth in my stomach have a chance. and I died deader than thunder. Here's hoping the short skirt Broadus Montgomery. We are looking survives. fondly forward to the time when Household Question. they will be shorter. O'Possum. i SteryofaWise leat it slightly c D See My Big Line of Clothing J y And Shoes New Styles and Low Prices. ; Ladies, Ready-to-wea- r Dresses, Ladies' and Gents Underwear. Come Early for the Best Bargains- - Chevrolet Automobiles Are Now Down. 490 Touring Car 525.00. Roadster 525.00. Light Delivery 525.00. They are are Durable and Easy Running. 9 5 NEM PRICES ON UCOIES AND WAGONS 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and 1 am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. t Rid- herself into the winter vamp and Old tins with rancid water in keeps on ' them are famous mosquito Give unto others as you would breeders. have them give unto you, but be Spinach with carrot balls is an careful to get the biggest slice attractive and wholesome mix- for yourself. in. be whitewashed to sweeten it. Once a year every cellar should summer siren simply transforms No, you can't escape'em. The i i i t i i i It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. 1 have also a Full Line of General Merchandise. WOODSON LEWIS !GR,EENSBURG, KENTUCKY. vj gggf -- jry jNg -- Jvg jg-- j j a liv--? A i Z Cultivate the art of speech. If pies are brushed with milk It is valuable. But polish it off before baking they will turn a with good sense and, judgment. delicate brown. That is the essence of wisdom. Keep honey in the dark. If We insist that possession of exposed to the light it will quickan automobile is an aid to Chrisly granulate. tianity. It removes the excues A whiskbroom is very handy far cussing others who have for cleaning woodwork and re- them. moving dirt from corners. In Farm Homes. If your oilcloth is dingy it can be brightened by washing it That Kentucky farm homes with water in which a little boare seriously in need of sanitary rax has been dissolved. If grease is dropped on the equipment in the form of runkitchen floor put soda on it, then ning water, indoor toilets, bathpour boiling water, and the spot rooms and electric and gas lights is shown by early reports receivwill come out easily. A handy article about the ed in an investigation being conkitchen is a long handled spoon ducted by the engineering section such as is used at the soda foun- of the College of Agriculture to determine the number of homes tain for ice cream sodas. which have such improvements. The kitchen floor is best covLess than three per cent of the ered with linoleum, cemented to sanitary and modern equipment the floor to prevent it from buckmentioned, according to the re ling and to make it waterproof. ports from various county agriIi children's light or white cultural agents. suits become faded or streaked Conditions in counties of the it is a good idea to dye them State vary, some having a large some darker color suitable for percentage of homes with such play clothes. equipment and others having Snap dress shields instead of practically none. The reports sewing them in. Place a snap have indicated that in all counties on each end of the shield and there is need for more equipment one in the middle. It keep which makes the farm a better them where they belong. and more sanitary place to live, White of egg is nourishing and Mr. Kelley said. One county should be given freely to invalids. agent reported that not a single i ture. EAGLE"MKADO" PencaNo.174 lf-U,"- WJvrJ&ln , Ifri' ilu Colun bia Barber Bi- IvrOR.-A.l- :)K Shop LOWE 26 For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades A ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND & EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK farm home in his county contained any sanitary equipment. Plans are being made by the farm engineering section of the college to assist farmers with the problem of making their farm homes more convenient and sanitary, according to Mr. Kelly. Arrangements are being made to give suggestions and help to all those interested who write to the college at Lexington requesting such information. nearest rail road point. Pipe for this line has been bought and this resent strike will no doubt hasten the construction of this line Sanitary Shop, whert. both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. $K5i5K5Kg$K$K)K$K5K There are a number of oil men in the county securing acreage, and a. number of wells are contracted to be drilled. Six wells are being drilled at present, and other machines are being moved in. Metcalfe County has been but slightly tested for oil as yet, however it already has an oil producBIG OIL STRIKE. tion of more than 250 barrels per The Edmonton News Says. The.recent strike cf oil on the day of light Somerset oil. The farm of Walden Pennington completion of the pipe line will near Savoyard, Metcalfe County, greatly encourage developments. has created quite ap excitement in this part of the country. This well is reported to be a hundred barrel well, and the oil is light Somerset grade. This well is about two milles east of the gas well on the Anderson lease, and is near the pipe line survey, which was made from the Beech-vill- e pool to Horse Cave, the A W. B. PATTESCMNT GENERAL INSURANCE ! I International Made-ioiVleasu- re Clothes.I - Second Floor, Jeffries Building. COLUMBIA., o KY. o t i The Twice-a-wee- k Globe Democrat the best and newest papers published in this country We do not know.how long this proposition will hold good, therefore, if you want the is one of SSES """"" HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST lAm permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. SCrowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. AH papers, call or send in your subscrip. tion at once. Splendid Offer. The United States will block Here is a proposition we make to any attempt to bring up immieaders who wank a city paper, but do gration at the disarmament connot want a daily: furnish the Adair County to Ttfews and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k Globe Democrat for $1,90 per year, In Kentucky. To subscribers living In We will ference, as Japan is understood attend only upon the Work! Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. other States 32.40. The NewsJM.so In KwtuckV. ; caL Ji 5535 Coaivty t J r "-- v ) ,J THE'ADAIR COUNTY:NEWS t fldair NevJs - Published OnTuesdays fU Golam6ia.i Keivtacky- V ' E.MURREU-Z-Z Bdixcr IMcr MRS. DAISYIHAMLETT i ' A Democratic Newspaperldevoted to the Interest of the city of Columbialand the People af Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered at the Columba' bulII matter. Post-offi- as second TUESDAY NOY. 29. 1921. SUBSCRIPTIONSPRICE: n Kentucky y ?L50 $2.00 ntsadeof Kentucky All Subscriptions areldue andSPayable in Ad- - Congress has adjourned and Uie regular session will open the th of December. Democrats from all over Kentucky will be in Louisville this to attend a meeting called by Chairman Hardin. At this meeting plans will be arranged looking to the interest of the party in Kentucky. 'i . it It is in the,(papnrs that Cen- tre College,.te,am has been offer- - ed $25,000 to come to Chicago 'J amd play a game with Notre - Dame. As Centre has been suc- ceesful in every meet this season r. we see no reason why it should sot accept. Merchants and other business men of Kentucky should be more careful about taking checks from strangers. Let the presenter of l&e check identify himself before payment There is not a day but you see in the paperB where some honest man has been swindled. of murber st Barbourville-- short dollars yearly to the people of FURS WANTED time ago. From Barbourville it Cumberland and adjacent counis supposed that he went direct ties. At Highest Price to Olive Hill, Ky.t and comThe Kentucky Glycerine Co. of menced paying his respects to a Scottsville, Ky has established We grade liberal, pay express or post age. it advised hold furs lor your apMiss Duvall. The father of the magazines and will maintain, a Reference, Farmers Deposit proval. - Bank, Campbellsville, Ky. girl, Charles Duvall, agecj 50 regular shooter here. Write for e years," met the doctor on the list and shipping tags, they are free. price streets, and with a shot gun & Henry Ford's New Hove." TRUMAN SMITH, Dealer in Raw Furs shot him down. Duvall wanted Henry Ford will be a great 202 N. Court St. CampbellsYille, Ky to be sure of his game, and after Biggs fell he shot again. He public benefactor if he succeeds H then reloaded his gun and fired in his plan to put fast boats on the third shot into his body. He the Ohio and Mississippi River then surrended, but declined to for both passenger and freight make a statement! It appears to business, us, from reading the occurrence. His plan is to put powerful destroy motors on these new boats which that Biggs was out to young girls, and if that is a fact will make river travel as fast as he was r.ot killed too soon. It train travel. also occurs to us that Duvall One reason why the waterknew exactly what he was doing. ways of the country have been A man who will destroy a girl almost abandoned is that the for and ruin a home deserves to be boats had become entirely too killed. slow for the age. With boats that will make from Cumberland County Oil Notes. miles an twenty to twenty-fiv- e hour and good accomodations, The very latest dance and BY T. EARLE WILLIAMS. eliminating the long stops, at vocal hits can be obtained landings, Henry Ford can suc- on Amberol Records, also Owing to the unusual rainy ced in making boat travel popu the best classical and operatic weather for the past few days lar. music. Look over the list operations has been somewhat He can also cut freight rates below and come in and let us held up. As soon as the rain and passenger rates to such a play some selections for you. ceases work will ue resumed in point that the' enormous amount several localities, Trot of business will make the proposi- - 4398 TeoderirrFcsdab d Viofft Orchestra is drilling on T. A. Sheridan, tion pay handsomely. Medley WaKs 4399 In My Tipor Ciirv (Intro: HHaaiks) the No. 1, on the G. C. Smith ' boats turn out to OrecaSna. Noreltr Baad If the Ford farm, on Big ftenox Creek at, 4400 Mr little kferMirr LevkJttMf be" anything like as successful as 70 ft, and is drilling the No. 2 4401 Tbe Merry Widow WeJti ' Peeries Orchestra "tec the Ford cars Henry Ford "will on same farm at about 110 feet. 4402 Cferiftnwa Carols become a great benefactor to all Tbe Bella Of Old Trinity, New York Mr. Sheridan, is a hustler and the cities fortunate enough to be 4383 Rainbow Isle Medley Intro: "Like No a Like") WaJkiU Hawaiian Oreh has great confidence in Cumber, located on navigable rivers. E. 4384 Ain't Yoa Coming Oat. Ualinda land County's future as an oil Al Bernard and Ernest Hare Town News. a i- THE UNIVERSAL CAR fa M DECEMBER One-To- n Truck Chassis $445 F. O. B. Detroit With Pncamatic Tires and Demountable Rim Does More Ihrless truck does more for the farmer or the merchant is proved by the great number of them now in daily use, that it does this at less cost is shown by the actual figures a smaller first cost and a much lower expense for operation and upkeep. '"pHAT the Ford One-to- n The Ford Truck has proved a great money saver, as well as a labor saver. It has solved the problems of economic transportation between the farm and the city. One-to- n n f " i The Ford One-totruck has all the merits of the Ford car, with added strength for greater capacity. The worm drive of aluminum bronze gives unusual and positive power at a very low cost. Come in and let us show you how the Ford One-to- n Truck will help you and save you money in your work. IMPORTANT W ara prepared to famish the Ford Truck equipped either with Standard or Special Gearing. Tbe Standard Gearing gives the truck a maximum of power. The Special Gearing increases the speed cf the truck from five to seven miles an hour, converting it into a Fast Delivery Car. field. 4385 Wick & McKee, have been broken drown on their No. 1, on Canadian Capers Pox Trot Harry Radenaan's Jazz Orchestra The Boll Wee-ri- l Where Would They Get it? 4386 4387 Blues Al Bernard Held Fast In A If the government of the United States would accede to the wishes of the peaceful loving this question of laying down arms and curtailing the building of Navyfships would at once be at an end. Of course this government can not do it ill, but if she would take the lead it would go a long way towards a lasting peace. Some writers are now talking about another world war. but in our judgment that will not come. Wise heads should put a stop to such talk. Already too much blood of the young men of this country has been spilled upon the battlefields. people, the John Alexander farm, and awaiting repairs for the machine for several days. White, Spellacy & Moore, are drilling on the No. 2, on the Lela Smith farm near Bakerton, present depth not known. The No. 2 on the C E. Keen farm, on Brush Creek is drilling at 265 feet, this is offset to the No, 1, on the Hicks farm and should be a good one. The No. 1, on the Frank Radford farm, is drilling at about 150 feet, with a nice showing for oil, this work is being done for Wick & McKee. If you are earning say $3,000 a year, at least One-hal- f one-ha- lf goes to the support 2 " 4388 4389 4390 4391 4392 of your family. Georte WiltootBallard Persia Fox Trot Orlando's Orchestra (a) Sweet and Low (b) Forsaken-Saxoph- one Solo Chester Gaylord The Portobelk) Lassie Glen Ellison Down At The Old Swimming T'o'e Billy Jones and Broet Hare Baby's Hands THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N CO Columbia, - Kentucky. INCORPORATED of $3,000 is $1,500'" A policy for $30,000 would produce for your family an income of Sl,500 a year, if its proceeds were Invested at at 5 percent. value of your The life to your family is therefore not less than $30,000. Is your life insured for anything like that value? If not, where would they get the remainder of the income? THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK has a money-producin- g 4393 4394 4395 Wonder Where MyTSweet Sweet Daddy's Gone Fox Trot Earl Fuller's New York Orchestra Mavoameen (Irish Eyes) Walter Scanlan My Sunny Tennessee Fox Trot Broadway Dance Orchestra Yield Not To Temptation Metropolitan Quartet I MNNOUNCEMENT The World's Greateet Drink "COCA-COLA- " 4396 4397 4378 4379 4380 If You Only Knew Gee Willikens Allan Rogers Rube Son? Byron G. HarlM Mandy 'N' Me Fox Trot Club de VInet Orchestra In The Old Town Hall Now 5c. policy that exactly fits your need. Daisy Hamlett, Agent, Adair County News Office. Why Is Why Drink Inferior substitutes. Billy Jones and Mixed Voices kMrs, -Ma!" Medley To Trot (Intro: 'Td Like To Know Why I Fell In Lore With You" Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra Bottled in Steri lized "Safety First" Patent Bottles. It?. 4381 1382 ' Wonder The recent rains have made the river navigable for all boats Why does a tall woman marry and the Brush creek field is now a short man, or vice versa? being pumped to its full capacity Why does a two hundred pound as both the Creelsboro and the man marry a woman that he The old year is fast passing Nashville, Refineries are arrange-in- g could almost put in his overcoat away and in the next few weeks to get oil here. pocket? the subscriptions of many of our contractors for A. S. The Why does a blonde prefer a patrons will expire. We want have had the misforevery person whose name is up- tune to break their rig twice brunette? Why so many people marry on our books to renew and we while moving it to C. C. Smith, would be glad to enter many f arm, on Bear Creek.it is expect- who have such widely different new names. No family should ed that the repairs will arrive in physiques? do without its county paper. It time to get the rig on the tract Nature has a most wonderful tells of the doings of prosperity by Monday. way of-- , preserving a common of your neighbors and also of Drilling is progressing nicely standard in animal and plant yourself, and when sadness on the Jones Williams farm, on life. comes perhaps death in a family, Casey's Fork of Marrowbone It corrects its own deformities it sends you consoling words. creek at about 300 feet, it is re- and extremes without artificial When a wedding occurs it deported that a nice show of oil aid, if given a little time. scribes it, hence you are kept and some gas have already been posted of the doings of your enSuppose that large, tall people found. county. The County paper tire only admired other large tall Drilling will be commenced should be in dispensable, and we people; then the race would dewithin the next fortnight on the velop into a larger and larger hope every person who can conveniently take the News will do Wix Donaldson farm, near Nee-ley- s people, in one class, and the Ferry, a well said to have, N so. small people in another. been a good one " was drilled on We would have midgets and Dr. H. L. Biggs played his this farm several years ago. giants in size. game too long and as a result he Construction work on the ReIf only red headed people marnow under the sod. The doctor finery here will soon be complethad been three times divorced ed and additional stills will ar- ried other red headed people, the from that many girls, and had rive for it with the coming of heads would soon become so red killed the father of one "girl who the Nashville boats. Its pro- it would set your hat afire to put objected to him being with his ducts are of splendid quality and it on. daughter. He was acquitted mean, a saving of thousands of M only dark skinned, black Mc-Clinto- If You Still Care For Me Walter Scanlan Russell & Taylor, J. L. Wilson and Geo. McLain and Leading Country Merchants Sell it. Coca-Col- Catalina Fox Trot Broadway Dance Orchestra a fiottliivfi Vorks, lac. Canvp6ellsville. Ky. HERBERT TAYLOR Columbia, Kentuc Exclusive Agents. hair people mated wich such; a portion of our people would in a few generations look like a different race. The race is thus kept of uniform size, color and appearance by mixing excremes and thus averaging the qualities. may make the world go round, but it takes - a bunch of coin to heep going. True, love SfflNGLES not rot, the nail heads THESE shingles dodo not rust off, they do them not dry out, curl or split, wind does not loosen them. This is because the body of the shingle is made of wool felt saturated and built up with Carey tempered asphalt which protects the nail heads and makes the shingle elastic, flexible and permanently water-proof. Steel stocks declined heavily as the result of the disarmament proposals. Dr. L. S McMurtry, of Louisville, was elected President of the State Board of Health,. Seven Boston ministers worked as laborers as seven union men were invited to fill their pulpits. sss YTT&tfTl f1 STORAGE Carey Shingles meet the requirements of building laws and fire underwriters. They are surfaced with crushed slate which is spark-proo- f. They are offered in red or green shades the natural fadeless slate colors. They require no paint to keep them permanently beautiful. Place your order early. GREEN & GREEN, 1138 S. Third SKINS OF YOUR OWN CATCH FURRIERS KY. DAVIS HARDWARE CO 99 INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE. Columbia, Kentucky. u. THE ADMR COUNTYINEWS t i ? gr- ft It bi PERSONAL Mr. H. J. Lander, Elizabethtown, was: registered at the Jeffries Hotel recently. Mr. W. G. Cleland, Lebanon, was down a few days ago, meeting friends and taking orders. Mr. C. W. Dearing, Louisville, made a business trip to Coiumbia one day last week. Messrs. S. E. and R. C. Kerr, made a business trip to Columbia a few days since. Mr. R. H. Roe, Hardinsburg, was in town recently. Mr. T. Earl Williams, of Burkes-Tille- , and a correspendent to this paper, was mixing with friends here a few days ago. Mr. T. W. Buchanan, of the Buch anan Lyon Co , Campbellsville, came over Friday. He was accompanied by Mr. Brady, who sold Columbia the chemical engine. Mrs. Robert Follis, and Miss Nell Follis, Campbellsville, visited relatives in ColumblaXfrom Friday until Sunday. Miss AgnesJSharp is spending a delightful time with her Columbia Camp-bellsvilll- e, ITHERD IS VIGOR to Loulville last week. Mr. E. G. Wethington, Clements-villIN RICH BLOOD made a business trip to this place one day last week. e, ;v 1 aw -- V?" Mr. N. R.' Bridges, Louisville, was here a few days ago. Mr. A. C. Thomas, Lexington, was on our streets a few days since, Mr. Watts Dean, Lexington ; was on a business trip to this place a few days ago Mr. R. A. Burress, of Campbells representing the Prudeutial ville, Life Insurance Company, was in Columbia a few days of last week Miss Eva Rhodus and Mr. Walter Ashby went to Henderson, Ky., to spent Thanksgiving and attend a District meeting of the Epworth League Mr. and Mrs Herbert Taylor and Miss Amelia Damron visited in Greens-burand Campbellsville'several days of Pepte-Manga- n in Liquid or Tablets a Blood Builder. .'if 3 - ":. W-Vigor and strength have as their base rich red blood. Blood is rich when there are plenty of red corpuscles. They are the tiny red cells which swim in blood and give it its color. Without red corpuscles blood would be white When overwork, or or illness weakens the, straining, blood, it diminishes the number of red cells the blood becomes watery, the body weak. Vigor and strength fall off, so that physical life diminishes like a fading plant. The physical pleasures of eating and sleeping and exercise lose all attraction. There is no zest in living. n has After Gude's been taken for a while the blood becomes rich with red cells. They help to nourish the entire system. Vvith good blood at work there is a great difference in living. Eating, sleeping and exercise are enjoyed. AH drug; gists sell Gude's , Advertisement, Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan i. -' stfatr' JfX)7H 1 'THE UNIVERSAL CAR FORD announcement: il For a limited time only we will offer all types of FORD Cars, Truclr and Tractors, on the twelve months time payment plan. This offer is subject to withdrawal at our convenience, as we have only a limited number of Cars, Trucks and Tractors that we can place on such easy terms. Car. nothing that will bring more joy to a household on Christmas mom. than a FORD Let a FORD be a Christmas present for the entire family this Christmas. THINK IT is g last week -- Shive, of lower Sparks Mr ville, was here a day or two ago He reported everything in his section in good condition. Mrs Tola Walker, Mrs. Nat Walker and Miss Alice Walker were all quite sick several days of las week. Mr. Alfred Jones and his niece, MIsb Margaret Jones, of Covington, are visiting at the home of Mr. A. O.Tay JW. There OVER. Below is the way the time payment plan figures on the Touring Cars less starters. TOURING CAR, plan, without starter, f. o. b. Columbia INTEREST and INSURANCE, fire and theft $419.12 21 ,39 TOTAL ONE THIRD CASH PAYMENT 440.51 friends :.... 146.84 giving. Susan Miller during the Thanksgiving - Mrs. . Lowe was holidays . . first of last week, but was better Frl they last. Miss Myrtle Huddleston, who teach: day. .;u filat Covington, came home for Mrs Fred Chapman returned from pwensbyr filhanksgising,. Florida about one week aROrjjjff it. ir ( ((toaster Barksdale Hamlett has been Being quite a while since our Miss Opal Garnett, who is'jteachlng 'dliitesick forfseveral days. came home foilhanks-giving- . last communication a'nd'-- ' busily: at Paint Lick, JijJMr. ChelsieJarger, Corbin, spent .Jf engaged in another pursuit, will Thanksgiving at this place. Mr. T. F. Sandusky and wife, come again with a few reminis iMrs. J. G. Pruett, Campbellsville, Harrodsburg, visited here, leaving for cences hoping it will serve as a visited Mrs. ,Erwln Fraser a days or home Sunday. , , reminder that we are yet numtwo of last week. Mr. Sam Bottom, representing the living and desire Drs. L. F-- Page and R. I." Blake-maFarmers Tobacco Warehouse, Camp bered with the Indianapolis,came out and huntbellsville, was over a few days ago, to retain our place on the News ed a few days lastgweek. staff. soliciting business. Mr. C. S. Harris arrived from his Mrs. Daisy Hamlett was confined. to Generally speaking health of Southern, home, West Point, Miss., days of last week. her room several the community is very good at last Saturday night. This week he upon, the merMr. D. T. Curd called this time. will be busy, meeting his many Adair chants of Columbia and out in the county.friends,. all of whom are giving Wheat, oats and grass are county last week. him a cordial welcome. He loves his Mrs. W J Flovers was quite sick looking well in this section. old home and seemsldelighted several days of last week. Gathering corn and getting Mr. R. F. Rowe started to Hot Mr. J. H. Hoy, who has been a citi- wood is the order of the day Springs a few days ago, but he was so weak when he reached Louisville he zen of Columbia for several years, left among the farmers in this neck- went to a hospital on the advice of a this morning, with his family, for Mc With well filled Gregor, Texas, where he expects to physician. a and wood-shedFanny Hoy, granaries Alvin Kossin has returned from reside. His mother, Mrs. hoe-cak- e and piece of We hope they pone of Marion, Va., where he went to attend accompanied them all will be contented and will have a safe journuey and prosper hog-jaan S. S. Convention. in their new home. happy when the north winds beMr. J. A. Webb, of Russell county, W. Buttle'- went to gin to blow. Mrs Bettie met his many friends her last SaturLouisville Saturday and w spend the day. At about 5 o'clock on the winter in the cit. Mrs W. E Brad-shaMr. Herman Barnett, wife and baby arrived to accompany her. Mrs. morning of Nov. 23rd, the real arrived from Louisville Weduesdaj Butler has been in rather poor health dence on Carley Aaron's farm, night, to spend Thanksgiving with for several mouths, and it is hoped which was occupied by his Mrs Barnett's parents, Mr. and Mrs that the change will prove beneficial. Alfred Collins, was conW. R. Myers, sumed by fire. Most of the conMr. Cecil Ramsey and wife, Lorin Tate, Hartwell Spann, Alonzo Morris, f;Kes. Phoxe Business Phone tents were saved. It caught Miricle Carl Rankin and Pro. J. T. from a hole in the chimney upaccompanied the Monticello Basket N stairs. This was known as the Ball team to this place. D. B. Barger place and removes Mr. Harlan Shaw and family left 1 from the community an old and DENTIST this week for Evansville, Ind., where familiar land-marthey expect to reside. The friends of this family regreted to see it leave, John Glover has moved into and trust that prosperity will be with this community and will run a .Office, Front Rooms Jeffries' BTdg. J-D- Mr. Ray Montgomery has been on lor. ijfyesick list for ten days. Mr: J. E. Flowers, who is employed ij&Jr. and Mrs. Cecil Ramsey of in Louisville came home for Thanks $finticello, were the guests of Miss Type Wnier Ribbons.' . BALANCE DUE IN MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS... 293.67 AMOUNT DUE PER MONTH :...'.. 24.47 We will gladly explain to you ribbons for sale, thelOHver, Remington quite sick the and Smith Premier. Call .while We have type-writ-er the above time payment plan. the style of how you can secure any type of FORD Car or Tractor orr Your first payment and also your monthly payment will depend go3 Note our price will always be figured delivered at Columbia. service' on cars ' Car you'should purchase. . that we sell. You can now place your demand pay for your Car on the monthly installment plan, and it will not be necessary to deprive yourself of the full price all at one time. Call 'on us or advise us and we will have our Salesman call and thoroughly explain our offer. Let s have your order for immediate or Spring delivery. We are here permanently for after , . Our -- allotment of Cars are limited, we can only secure so many each month. In the twelve years. that we;have been FORD dealers, we' have' never yet secured enough Cars for the demand. Do not be. caught, place your order now. 'Make the family happy on Christmas mom. 'Again let us repeat; THINK IT OVER. - "" n, The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORATED Columbia and Campbellsville. all forms of drunkenness and help stamp out the liquor evil. S. B. Collins has sold 50 acre? of the west side of his farm to Winfield Knight, Jr. Mrs. Mary Ann Williams 4 8 9"e"S"QS"6"Q 6 944$$&& them. Mr. W. H. Wilson came over from Campbellsville to see Tuesday nights game. Mr. V. B. Morgan, Cincinnati, was here a few daya since. Mr. J. A. Salmon, Crandall, Ind., made a business trip to Columbia last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Sharp came down fiom Jamestown Thursday and from here they went to Louisviile. Master Robt. Page Myers came over from Monticello with the ball players. J Mr. Scott GloreJr., aud Mr. Paull Rickel of Danville, arrived last Fri day night, to spend a few days with Mr. Edward Hamlett. Beckham Murrell, who has been in Champaign, 111 , since last March, returned home last Wednesday. Mr. J. C. Carpenter, Dickard, Tenn , brother of Mrs. J. O. Russell and Mrs. R. V. Bennett, arrived the first of last week, to remain quite awhile. Mr. Mr. R G. Reed made a business trip and m .Mr. W. J. Lawless, two of the Buying your Gasoline at Home, where it is Proi oldeat persons ot our community duced, Refined and Sold by a Company who are in very feeble health. it spend Their Money in Developing your County. Miss Margie Stephens, who is Give it a trial and Buy CUMBERLAND teaching in Wayne county, and KING GASOLINE, also try their KERO-SINwhose parents lately moved Sold by their Agets nt Columbia, Rusfrom here to Russell Springs, sell Springs, Dunnville and other points. spent Thanksgiving with Miss Write of Phone Ruth Gaines. Co; m V8 Oil There is quite a lot of building C. J. Davis, Mgr. going on in this part, the followCreelsboro, Kentucky, ing parties having just completDr. ed or now erecting residences: 4S8 Elmer Blair, Finley Gaskins, 8 Green Kean, Listen Lawless and Frank Hawkins. Following are names of the officers that will ' guide the desblacksmith shop. tinies of Russell county during UPSTAIRS. School is progressing nicely at the next four years: Judge H. I Have a Full Stock of Boots, Rubber this place under the manage- W. Edmonds; County Attorney, COLUMBIA, KY Shoes, High and Low Top Shoes anc ment of Mr. J. B. Stephens, of R. E. Lloyd; County Clerk, ElLight Weight Rubbers. Prices Right. Eli. The County Board of Ed- mer Wilson; Sheriff, F. E. Ber .. ucation made a wise choice in nard; Tax Commissioner, F. R. selecting Mr. Stephens, for he Cook; Jailer, Sam Hart; Circuit Chris Tarter. Arthur Tarter and is one of the best teachers ever clerk, L. E. Bernard; Surveyor Cane Valley, Kentucky.. Jas. McGuffey, of Russell county, in the community. On the night W. T. Gaskin; Coroner, G. M. were before Commissioner T. C. Magistrates: J. P. Davidson, last Saturday, charged of Nov. 23rd, at an entertain- Coffey. given by Gaskins, E. Mann, Logan Blair with making moonshine liquor. They ment and (Wilson were all held over and sent to Bowl- the school some of the boys of! and W. J. Wilson. Members ing Green. and other communities appeared elected on School Board: D. C. UDon the scene with their tanks Rnnner and E. C. Humble. The Prepares for College of JLife Mr. Ernest C Dunbar, who was a ibooze and appeared "real sheriff is the only Democrat. Coursesjin High School, v &.4 ., citizens of Russell county, full of - "'V Work on the new High School died a few days ago. He ws 48 years smart." We earnostly hope the Music and Expression, Athletics 1 -,. old and leaves a wife and two chil- tim& will soon come when public building at Jamestown is proRates $162.00 a Year. . . dren. He was a member of a very sentiment will become so strong gressing very nicely owing ' Fall Term Opens Sept. 6, 92 Y. , large and influential family. against drunkenness that any- to the gloomy weather. It building one apperaing in public, acting will be an Mrs Lillian Conover has purchased gearvet, Prirx. Colan6ia Wjp, R. drunk and disorderly will be and when completed will be an Mr. W. A. Coffey's residenoe, fronting arrested and lodged honor to the town and county. the Campbellsville pike. Consideracitizens Mr.B. F. Rakestraw, an archition, private. Possession to be given in jail. 'All Advertise inThe News if you wish to sellor Szrgi, first of the coming year. should put their feet squarely on tect of Creelsboro, is foreman. s, Patronize Home Industry J3Y f w - i . w E. son-in-la- w, The Carnahan Refining 13-- B. 13-- A J. Murrell k. Ball Band Rubber Foot We pie-supp- er Lindsey Training School "-- well-know- Gr-d- s, " ?- - 1 up-to-da- te t. law-apidi- ng ( "V t 4 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 , ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Dead with fatigue, tilled with food. arowsy irom me uoerai grog allowance at the end of the day. the men slept in a torpor every night and showed less inclination to respond, though the end of their labors was almost in sight. "What's the use, we got enough." was the comment beginning to he . heard more and more frequently. "Lund, he's got more'n lie can spend ' in a lifetime!" -' Rainey could not trace thesi mutterings to Demlng's instigation, but j he suspected the hunter. There was t no poker; all hands were too tired for play. As for Peggy Slmms, she did not loso the polish of her culture, she was always feminine, even dainty at times, despite her work, that could rot !p!n but be coarse to a certain extent. She j was full of vigor, she showed un"x j pected strength, she was a source of encouragement to the men as she waited on them. And also a source of undisguised ndmirntion, all of which she shed as a duck sheds water. Rainey gained an increasing resneet in her prowess, and a swift comersion to the equality of the sexes. Them were times when he doubted his own equality. Had she met him on blown ground, in his own realm of what he considered vaguely as culture, le would have known a mastery that he now lacked. As it was. she averaged higher, and she had an attraction of sex that was compelling. Here was a girl who would demand certain standards In the man with whom she would mate, not merely through life. There were times when Rainey felt irre.slstihly the charm of her as a woman. longed for her in the powerful sex reactions that inevitably follow hard labor. There were times when he felt that she did not consider that he measured up to her guages. and he would strive to. change the atmosphere, to dominate the situation in which Lund was the greater figure of the two men. Lund was centered on one" achievement, the gold harvest. He ordered the girl with the rest : there were even times when lie reprimanded her. while ! '. "5t means Jiot mountain," said "ScmaQa. "The government names racany Islands." Ybu can bet yore life they do," ssail "Lund. "They're smart, but they uwsiloakea. that beach an' they've as Inree weeks to cash In." Tmnd himself had Imbibed enough uC the sake to make him loose of 3ncgue, added to his elation at the suitress he had achieved. The was gone on Its patrol, and he i&aa! a free hand. He half filled a ri&zss with whisky. "Here's to luck," 16 cried. And spilled a part of the SiBncaor on the floor before he set the aJaass to his lips. "Here's to you, Doc," he added. Va to vPeggy !" He rolled eyes that arena a trifle bloodshot at the girl. -Our relations have gone back as OS323I. Mr. Lund," she said quietly. jEisrid glared at her half truculently. -Trn agreeable," he said. "As a glv-tts- s. gun-SJuset -- reserve supply of strong rum from which Lund dispensed the grog allowances and stimulations for extra work toward the end of the shift, the nightcaps and occasional rewards. "They've swiped It," he said. "Put an empty one from the hold In Its pla. We got plenty without usln'that one for a while, an' T only happened to notice It this morning by chance. They've bin drinkin' all night, I reckon. They're ugly, Mr. Rainey. It's the crew this time. They got the booze. The hunters are sober. Deming ain't in on this. They did it on their own. I don't know how they got it. I didn't get it for 'em, sir. They must have worked plumb through the hold an' got to it that way." "All risht. Sandy. Thanks. Mr. Lund can handle them. I guess. He's comhad got to the Ice, hidden who was walking to the the opposite side of the seamen w&e gesticulating freely: the sound of their voices came up to him where he stood, tinged with a new freedom of speech, rough, confident, menacing. As they climbed the trail their legs betrayed them and confirms! the boy's story. Behind them came the four hunters, with Hansen, walking apart, watching the sailors with a certain gravity that communl-CHteItself despite the distance. Lund showed at the far rail of the schooner with his bar. He glanced toward the men going to work, went below, and earn; up with a sweater. He had left the bar behind him in the cabin, where it was used for a stove poker. The men filed by Rainey, their faces, flushed and their eyes unusually bright. They seemed to share a prime joke that wanted to bubble up and over, yet held a restraint upon themselves that was eased by digs in one another's rib, in laughs when one stumbled or hiccoughed. But Hansen was stolid as ever, and the hunters had evidently not shared the stolen liquor. Only Demiug's eyes roved over the group of men as they gathered round for their cups and pannikins of food. He seemed to b( calculating what advantage he could gain out of this unexpected happening. Peggy Slmms, under cover of pouring the coffee, sweetened heavily with condensed milk, found time to speak to Rainey. "They're all drunk," she said. "Not all of them. Here comes Lurid. He'll handle It." Lund seemed still pondering the problem of the floe. At first he did not notice the condition of the sailors. Then he apparently ignored it. But, after they had eaten, he talked to all the men. "Two more days of it, lads, and we're through. The beach Is nigh cleared. We can git out of the floe to blue water easy enough, an' we'll git a good start on the patrol ship. d I ! 1ft ' I it w Wi'&S&z. H) :" -- '"Ml M Come on along! Fill up your makih's papers with P. A. d&saghter, I disown you from now on, yncs Peggy. Sere's to ye, jest the CHAPTER XII. ing now." The men from Lund, Kariuk on vessel. The nstxasJ" My Mate. V Eh they attacked the little Stwmch that lay between two buttresses ixVl fhe volcano and sloped sharply men, a iywn to the sea. Twenty-on- e HaiS and a woman, they went at the FasK)illng of it with a sort of obses-tsfuiled, rather than driven, by Lund, oiko worked among the rest of them 'iilUj a Hercules. "E3ie men's fancy estimate of a dollars began speedily to seem ssxeII as the work progressed, stripping the rocky floor of all Qs shingle, foot by foot, and cubic TjssQ. 'ijj cubic yard, cradling it In 3nfle rockers, fluming It, vaporizing tSlbfi amalgam of gold and mercury, 2UK& adding pound after pound of irpgin gold to the sacks in the schoon-j- s strong room. S3iey worked at first In alternating of four hours, by day and night and the sun, 33erflaming the moon, the stars was aurora. The crust iSeJjItd here and there where it had 5rcren into conglomerate, and explod-sftjy dynamite, carefully placed so as .aoC'to dislodge the masses of ice that -- owarnung Fires to the schooner. :&ur.vt oat the ground were unavailable dScrr sheer lack of fuel ; there was no drsftwood between these forestless 5&res. What fuel could be spared 5rcs ".conserved for use under the Chat melted Ice to provide watei t&jc the cradles and flumes, and help '3x1cook the meals that Tamada pre- for the workers. lssrtA 3uckets of coffee, stews, and thick xf peas and lentils, masses of Sseezis with plenty of fat pork, these were what they craved after hours of Jfriamendous Despite the endeavor. cwCB, hey sweated profusely at their 2t3&&s stripping off picked and shoveled or out the rich gravel. Z3irough all of It Lund was supreme sasttwjorking superintendent. There was rzur job that lie could not, did not, handle 'f3iter than any two of them, and Uiaugn Ilainey could see a shrinkage, of his bulk, as day Riy day "he called upon it for heroic service, he never seemed to tire. "Got stfrieep 'eni at it," he would say In the tn&ln. "Xo time to lose, an the odds iSilS. against us, in a way. Barring 2Caack. That's what we got to count M5, "but we don't want them thinkin Jf the weather don't break an' t&irea'k jest right as soon as we've detailed up, we're stung. Though I'll ''Sfest ji way out of this shore Ice, If .l?t omts to the worst I saved out dynamite on purpose." Vv'ith Lund handling all of the xavai as a unit, it was not long before 'tfiie shovels began to scrape on the Soare rock that underlay the gravel at iSiSe 'edge, and worlc swiftly back to & end of the U. The outdoors '"Jotchen had been established on top of 3fce promontory between the schooner the beach, a primitive arrange-- y merit of big pots slung 'from tripods res?er fires kindled on a flat area that sheltered from the sea and c2xe (prevailing winds by outcrops of a, sarnd departure of the Japanese From the day following the arrival gun-Vba&- t, Greatest sport you know to pull out your makin's papers and some Prince Albert and roll up a cigarette ! That's because P. A. is so delightfully good and refreshing in a cigarette just like it is in a jimmy pipe! You never seem to get your fill P. As so -- mll-SQo- te system-anSrcall- y joy'usly friendly and appetizing. Prince Albert will be a revelation to your taste! No other tobacco at any price is in its class! And, it rolls up easily because it's crimp cut and it stays put. It's the best bet you ever laid that you'll like Prince Albert better than any cigarette you ever rolled! And listen! If you have a jimmy pipe hankering by all means know what Prince Albert can do for you! It's a revelation in a pipe as well as in a cigarette! P. A. can't bite or parch. Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process. told in toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and hall pound tin humidor : and in the pound crystal gfaxx A ami (for with sponge tr.oistenar top. Prince Albert is its - -- boll-i-ar- - out-of-doo- rs Rainey burned with the resentment she apparently did not share. A little before dawn on the eighteenth day of the work ap the beach, Lund was out upon the floe examining the condition of the Ice. He had declared that two days more of hard endeavor would complete their labors. What dirt remained at the end of that time they would tranship. Rainey had joined the girl and Tamada at the cook fires. The sky was bright with the aurora borealis that would pale before the sun. The men were not yet out of their bunks. They were bone and muscle tired, and Rainey doubted whether Lund, gaunt and lean himself, could get two days of top work out i npfi RINCE A the national joy smoke i f i&ssje&j wVvc 'A!"M hn: if; v- m a - -j - :w Copyr.-h- by P.. Wiastan-Ssle- Tobacco La. i. t ID2I N.C. over-garmen- ts as-3u- sr crow-Sttcar- ed Je -- -- of them. Near the flres for the cooking, the melting of water and the forge, that were kept glowing all night, the tools were stacked to help preserve their temper. The aurora quivered in varying incandescence as Rainey watched Lund proddins at the floe ice with a steel bar. The girl was busy with the coffee, and Tamada was compounding two pots of stew and bubbling peas pudding for the breakfast, food for heat and muscle making. Sandy appeared on deck and came swiftly over the side of the vessel and up the worn trail to the fires. He showed excitement. Rainey fancied, sure of it as the lad got within speaking distance. "Where is Mr. Lund?" he panted. Rainey pointed to Lund, now examining a crack that had opened up in the floe, a possible line of exit for the Kariuk, later on. The men were beginning to show on the schooner. They, too, he noted somewhat Idly, acted differently this morning. Usually they were sluggish until they had eaten, sleepy and indifferent until the coffee stimulated them, and Lund took up this stimulus and fanned it to a flame of work. This morning they walked differently, abnormally active. "They're drunk, an' they're goin' on VTcas-part- ly KSTcathered lava. i&t 2awn the men trooped from the saehooner to be fed and wanned, and 'Sgfaen they flung themselves at their xa.sk. TThe more they got out the xszore there was in it for them. But 'tTaand was their overlord, their better, rxna they knew It Only Deming vrworked with one hand the handle of 'c&e'force'bellows, or fed the fires, and .queered. ssanged from flour dust to nuggets, In ri3ie strong-roothe weather began to adbange. It misted continually, and lEond, rejoicing, prophesied the brenk-S&- S ip of the cold snap. By the eighteenth day a regular 53iinook was blowing, melting the .fflfaarper outlines of the ley crags and jgjlsmacles, and providing streams of wsolsture that, in the nights now ially growing longer, glazed every yard -- 'On the fifteenth day, with the work ,seUer than half done, with more than sa."ton;r actual gold in colors, that with peril. ""The' men worked In a muck with worn out by t&belr rubber .constant chafing, sweaters torn, the S5afies of their shovels reduced by the cFrark demanded of .them, the drills, fijrtened fcy steady sharpening, gone SG2&& the spare flesh of the laborers, aii3so, at last, began to show signs of and quicker exhaustion with socaslonal mutterings of discontent, ryt&ilg Lund, intent upon cleaning off 9e trock as a dentist cleans a xassnibllng tooth, coaxed and cursed, .itemed and praised and bullied, and MA the actual, work of three of them. .'SiSLrock sea-boo- ts --- We'll go hack with full pockets an heavy ones. The shares'! be half as large again as we've lingered. I r-- J: n:4 wouldn't wonder if they averaged sixteen or seventeen thousand dollars Wonders for Me," apiece." Declares This Lady. Rainey had picked out a Finn as the leader of the sailors in "I suffered for a long their debauch. The liquor seemed to time with womanly weakhave unchained in him a spirit of reness," says Mrs. J. R volt that bordered on insolence. He Simpson, of 57 Spruce d stood with Ids bowed legs apart, St., AshevHle, N. C. "I hands on hips, staring at Lund finally got to the place with a covert grin. Next to Lund lie was the biggest where it was an effort for man aboard. With the rum giving an me to go. I would have unusual to his usually bearing-dow- n pains in sluggish nervous system, he promised esmy side and back to be a source of trouble. pecially severe across my Rainey was surprised to see him back, and down in my shrug his shoulders and lead the way side there was a great to the beach. Perhaps breakfast had deal of soreness. I was sobered them, though the fumes of nervous and easily tip-sliquor still clung cloudily on the air. Lund went down, with Rainey beside him. reporting Sandy. TAKE "I'll work it out of 'em," said Lund. "That booze'll be an expensive luxury to 'em, paid for in hard labor." They found the men ranged up in Deming and Beale, three groups. against custom, had gone down to the m beach. They were supposed to help lh )t clean the food utensils, and aid TamaVLm da after a meal, besides replenishing the fires. They stood a little away from the hunters and Hansen and the sailors. The Finn, talking to his comrades in a low growl, was with a separate "I heard of Cardul and croup. decided to use it," conThere was an air of defiance manitinues Mrs. Simpson. "I fest, a feeling of suspense in the tiny valley, backed by the frowning cone, saw shortly it was beneribbed by the two Icy promontories. fiting me, so I kept it up Lund surveyed them sharply. and it did wonders for "What in li 's the matter with me. And since then I you?" he barked. "Hansen, send up have been glad to praise a man for the drills an' shovels. Yore Cardui. It is the best work's laid out; hop to it!" woman's tonic made' "We ain't goin to work no more," Weak women need a said the Finn aggressively. "Not fo' tonic. Thousands and no sich wage like you give." thousands, like Mrs. "Oh. you ain't, ain't you?" mocked Simpson, have found Lund. He was standing with Rainey in the middle of the space they cleared arauioioeneniToinem. mmj of gravel, the seamen lower down the jfeol Try Cardui for jcurtrou- - Wm beach, nearer the sea, their ranksil ble. II). )OU UUIllllULltfU. lousy hunky, what in h 1 do you want? You never saw twenty dollars in a lump you c'u'd call yore own for You boardin'-hous- e more'n fen minnlts. loafer an' the rest of you scum o' the seven seas, git yore shovels an' 1.80 git to dlggin', or I'll put you ashore in San Francisco flat broke, an glad s to leave the ship, at that. Jump!" .a. jm. .&. a:v nxaraK The Finn snarled, and the rest stood firm. Not one of them knew the real " value of their promised share. Money represented only counters exchanged King George and the Pope of 'They're Drunk, an' They're Goin' on for lodging, food and drink enough to make them sodden before they had Rome have exchange notes in Strike," Said Sandy. spent even their usual wages. Then gard to peace with Ireland. strike," said Sandy. "You know, the they would wake to find the rest gone, big demijohn in the lazeretto?" and throw themselves upon the selfish Rainey nodded. It was a I bounty 60,000 garment workers are keeper. of a boarding-hous- e affair holding five gallons, a Why la Suffer? 1 !iUi ia. r h as tfeC3 . 5 t if 5 W &jxs z?r 'Vtaiv i Far Every 83som in the House "- - rm&m -i s& I I fc",1 WM 1 I . " WVf o I ? (I In the kitchen S.v POLIO cleans pots,pans, oilcloth and cuclery; . in the . bathroom , . . ;ArUUU cleans porcelain, marble, tiling . w '! ri CJ A ... J .Vf- -J hnll.nn S A PHI IO anc .voriM doors, sills and concrete or stone flco-- s. See that the -- VM.WA MlWIli MU WUHH.UU, All LAIC nanieSAPOUOio black-bearde- d on every package. a mit-tene- I j CM)1 .jc v K1 i "'riM'Ifii 1 M f IONIAN'S Vl SONS CO. So? junfurers U.S.A. . 4.vi.:Haiiuajni. ri I Emire Burley Dis'ricr fines Ovsr was termed by all k In what 5p present as & . - . eleven- m et. "a new day for the States of Kentucky" was realized on last Wednesday at Lexing too when all of the County Chairman reported to the Burley Mar-etin- g Association their per cent one - If111 m The Woman's Tonic 5 rag a UUVAC-Ullie- il, ALL m R sm,.WFJei. - 5 T two-handl- ed TO BE CONTINUED out on a strike in New York. and the number of pounds signed up in their counties. Upon the arrival of all chairmen at the convention the poll VIRGINIA was immediately taken and it woo was found that they had succeedNotables TURKISH ed in signing up 177,521,263 three greatest B The pounds of the 1920 tobacco crop cigarette tobaccos, of the burley district which blending totaled 209.203,483 pounds and therefore exceeded the minimum -requirements of 75 per cent The Chairman Judge Robert Worth Bingham thanked all present for their work in this matter and he was glad that he was able to play such a small part in what was termed by many as a iwm mtt new day for Kentucky, lli FIFTH AVE. D.ffprent communities were appointed and the general work of forming the association was put on foot. The State was divided into twpnty districts, Vtteriaary Surgeon and Dentist s of a Garrard being in the sixteenth district composed of Garard, Special attention g tveu'Dlseasa Domesb'2 Animals Lincoln and Casey. Resl-ic- . . l mile of own, or Office at j ."sestown road Lloyd George may not be able to attend the disarmament Columbia, Ky MILDNESS-MELLOW14ESS-AROMA III one eleven cigarettes 0ori5 L. H. Jones - i.. T- - r -- J (,'v 'X SV:J -- , -v- V -,1 T' rj . - n "r Wcr Declared on 7s Diphtheria J A 77 .,. S ura I is is Mr. Edisons i Laboratory Model f musical events. music. In a recent Broadway show, it supplied the When the Prince of Wales visited this country, it played in his hotel suite. The U. S. Post Office Department used it in its experiments with music for increasing the efficiency of mail clerks. Dr. W. V. Bingham, Director of the Department of Applied Psychology at Carnegie Institute of Technology, used it in his experiments on the effects of music. Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and many other universities used it in making tests of music's power to change human moods. The Official Laboratory Model was chosen for all this work because it sustains the test of comparison with living artists, and has therefore been accepted as the only phonograph which brings the true beauties and the full benefits of music. off-sta- ge It is the phonograph which the world uses today for all important ) The tests by which the Official Laboratory Model attained this recognition continent-wid- e. Premier artists such as Case, Hempel, Muzio, Chalmers, Spalding, have compared their living performances with the of those performances by the New Edison. These comparisons were made in famous auditoriums, such as Carnegie Hall, New York, Symphony Hall, Boston, etc. Thousands of people attended, including leading music critics. Newspapers such as the New York Times, New York Sun, Chicago Tribune, Cleveland Plain Dealer, San Francisco Examiner, published the facts of the Official Laboratory Model's triumphs. Even Bamboschek, leading cor ictor of the Metropolitan Opera music. 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Let us show you the perfect realism of the New Edison, let us explain Mood Music to you, and all the other advantages which come from owning the Official Laboratory Model. Did you know it plays all records? Did you know that Edison is FIRST with Broadway Hits? For $. Then tell us how you wish to arrange The Test General Wingate Heard May 25th, 1921 in the 2nd Field Artillery Armory, before Reville Post No. 127, American Legion, and its friends. The illustration (from a photograph) shows Miss Helen Clark making the comparison which so impressed General Wingate. General Wingate, who commanded the 52nd Field Artillery in its operations against the Hindenbuxg Line, said he could not tell Miss of her voice. Clark's living voice from the Edison Brooklj-n- , was made N. Y., your Christmas Budget, and the wonderful Official Laboratory Model is yours. If you prefer, mail the coupon for complete details of this Christmas Budget Plan. Mail it at once. Re-Cbeati- on erbert Taylor COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Drastic Dear Sirs : Please send me full details of your Christmas Budget Plan. NAME vMcM this rsaign Hundreds of unnecessary cases? of diphtheria are occurring a3i over Kentucky and dozens o schools are being closed 'or weeks with loss of time arcs? money, and many examples oSZ unnecessary suffering and des& according to a report sent out by asr the State Board of Healths this reason the Health Board' Joas issued a proclamation calling: attention to the prevalence- of tbs? disease and suggesting methods for checking its spread. The proclamation follows r 'Whereas, Diphtheria, a bigB ly infectious disease, especiaFji' dangerous to children, is repsrfr ed as prevalent in almost erysry section of the State; andr "Whereas, The prompt asfezwff of antitoxin vsrfy istration enough in each case gives prompt and practically certain relief: "Now, Therefore, the Stages Board of Health, acting wkau authority conferred upon fclby law, hereby requests parec&s? and others having charge oJc children promptly to isolate-5ro:room, any cm?iB having a sore throat, especially if there are white patches je Shir throat, and immediately sesairjEr the services of a physician. Ht. is urged that not less than 10iir-aunits of antitoxin be- giveibatsi soun as diphtheria is suspects, and repeated in larger- - ifeaas when necessary. 'The attention of the paresis; is called to the provision of 3i w that no child can be releaassB! from quarantine for diphthsaa until two negative reports- - harrsEr been received from specirrezr; sent in to the State Laboratory As soon as the people eomp3j' with this law there will be-ssickness or death from diphtheria. "The attention of the less progressive counties of the State1 Is called to the ease with which such epidemics are manage,, and the efficiency with wclcfe they are controlled in the covm-ti- eB having alltime health departments with a sufficient nss-b- er of public health nurses, aasffi the county officials and the people from the other counties urged to study the methods needl it Fulton, Muhlenberg, JefDsT--30-2, Davies3, Scott, Mason,FijT& and Harlan counties, and. lie. city of Lexington, to see teowi the hpalth and lives o tneir children may be preserved at faj le3s expense than this and otii are constantly coscebje: is urged that school boards and others in authority ar asge: to have children under their coe trol tested for susceptibility and immunized where: this is necessary J1' 4 i well-ventilated a - i JB-e- ? ex-epidem- l- - ia mmmmmm&mmw$ i Pan is 9 Used 40 Years. "rop ky HugflrS. With a stupendous cvio up.if. the part of Secretary Bun ben Admin representing the Ha'-i-istration, the Conference upon the Limitation of Armaments, popularly known as the disarmament conference, opened Satur day in Washington. Laying all of America's diplomatic cards on the table at'tfie session, Secretary Huges gave as America's program for the. three great maritime powers, Great Under the proposed agreement Slad fo- - jsrru"don hv th Britian, Japan and the United n0 ahip could be replaced until it Unted States, if the plan is Qroti2 ; tzrentv vears nf aw. Tnrnl adopted, are fiffrei ships now a WlLwV the following: 0 year naval holiday replacements during the period part of our flepts. and fiftnon in A ten j j no new fighting ships of the holiday are limited as folshall be constructed 'luring that lows: Great Britian, 500,000; jieri-ni.- ) The scrappmir of 66 United States, 500, 000 and Japan, capital ships with an aggregate 300,000. to:ma;rPof 1,878.043 United Stales, if Mr. Hughes' Within three months after the plans are carried out would scrap conclusion of an agreement. 30 ships, aggregating 843.740 Great Britain would have 22 (waning the process of construction, upon which S332,000,000 has already The Woman's Tonic been spent. A greater part, if not all, of the ships of every naSold Everywhere tion embraced in the plan, would r.o be sunk in the oceans. Immediately after hearing Mr. The Boston pulpits were occutons; Great Britian, nineteen, Hughes' speech, the' Conference pied Sunday by labor leaders. capital ships, United States 18. President Wilson is sai& to adjourned until this morning. Japan 10. The respective aggregating 583,375 tons and and have felt no ill effects fron hw tonnage would ? 604,000, 500,-00- Japan seventeen;" aggregating . Since the first session, how- - The official vote shows Quin's public appearance ; last JFridayC 448,928 tons. representatives majority in Louisville was 7,133. .. ever Japanese and 299,000. 0 have &nnounjei tht'ir .tooeptence ot the plan "in principle" and Mr. Balfour speakinir for Great Britain, is expected to follow suit todav. Plans for reduction of the naval armaments o Italy and France, and for limitation of land forces will be taken up W later. 1 $& ; t i i J ' i r i '- r v-- - ktf I J2L. -- U . 1 S " " r .'ft.' ' t V. ; 3J .North Columbia. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. burg, was through ' Sfefvsral of our best citizens ifSKK:noving to other places, but tjfSasramiles will move into the fJ&wzssea vacated by them and we 5agethey will prove to be good y;aighbor3: ag3eting better at this writing. ITfee little son of Mr. Will very sick at this writing. dBHsds threatened with typhoid. . ,Sfr. Nick Hood and Mr. Tom SSis&aklin made a business trip to gr.sssnsburg last week. 3&. L. Piercy has secured the rtcaxsteact to carry the mail from &Sambia toSano. "Khe scripture says that the sEtsrd tempers the weatbei to the safeorn-lamb- , but Leonard Murrell chassis that he is not going to take t'sSfcs&risk of shaving his head off .s-- while. He doesn't doubt vii&s scripture at all, but he is .z&fxaid that there might come up isme.auestion about his standing zsc.es. lamb. .8r. .Robert Hood of Cornland ML, spent several days visiting f'5iSparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. KEGjcxMast week. fflfc G. W. Harris of Russell . tSjEnSi wa3 in our midst the .GSftScer day and while here he Sze&ht a fine milk cow from .&jri?a Squires, JSss Hannah Hood says her Keys are laying just the same &se:K it was spring of the year. Wfexhink she ought to set some asfo-feeand have some early But-afjec- rs a IS.ewey Smith who has been w2y sick with malarial fever is here, last week, looking after and buying tobacco, paying from 10 to 25c per lb. Mrs. Millie Hill and her daughter, Miss Ruth, are spending a few days with relatives and friends at Jamestown, this week. Mrs. C. C. Moss and her two sons are visiting her brothers and sisters at Dallas, Texas. They expect to remain until after the holidays. Miss Maude Wilmore, of the L. W. T. S., at Columbia, spent Thanksgiving Day with her fa ther at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Fill and Miss Leo Hamilton, of Sparks- ville. The couple are very popular people of their community. their son, of Russellville, in com- a; '1 , pany with Mr. and Mrs. Will Diddle, of Franklin, passed through here one day last week, en route for Jamestown, where their, ladies will visit their rela tives, while the two young Nim- rods will bag the game. Mr. E. R. Baker, the efficient salesman of Wilmore & Moss, has recently made some very valuable improvements on his dwelling, which add greatly to his convenience as well as to the looks of his property. Mr. L. C. Hindman, of Colum bia, one of the best judges of tobacco in Adair, put in a day or so in this section last week looking at and buying tobacco, paying from 15c to 20c per lb. Mr. and Mrs. James Hoy, Co lumbia, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers, of our city. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy, in company with Mr. Hoy's mother, will leave in a few days for xicle Joe says that when he McGregor, Texas, where they expect to make their future iiftsd'to go to the city they shipped him home F, 0. F. home. ig&VLll of Booze). Mr. and Mrs. George T. Flow72&e Fiddler's reunion at A. B. ers, of Columbia, passed through cSTogzi'fi the other night was well our place the first of the week, jajfc&saded and the crowd was well en route for Red Lick, where they spent a few days with their ssfe2rained by Prof. Mack Prof. Mont Harmon and relatives. On their return they stopped over night with their IShzf. James lurpin. S3? one wants a wedding brother and family, Mr. W. P. secsmony performed they should Flowers, Columbia must agree with Tommie. He seems like he Jeffries. ' Mr. George Hare has caught is getting younger every day. Uncle Robert 0. Keltner and .rHKsrif ty possums this fall, but 58s took for a fox or a hauk to Uncle Charlie Yates, two of our oldest citizens, are very feeble. . &&& Mr. Hare some time. srge Smith says that if I. Scarcely ever get out to the post VW W. means 4,I want whisky," office. Just a year or so ago, they came daily after their mail. tS&tta faeis an I. W. W. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill, in a ' "SSie doctor told Uncle Jo that like, iSErould have to take a dose of very short time, will move to --araobmel and as he didn't much their farm where Mr. Hill is iSSceto take calomel he just hired preparing to build a nice resiMr. Hill says when he aGrge. Hood to take it in his dence. he tjace, but we do not know yet gets moved and will be close to plenty. cicfesSher it did uncle Joe any good water al-.acsFs The conjugal knot was tied in our city by Rev. J. W. Rayburn. We are glad to report to the many readers of the News that the citizens of our town ' and community, with the assistance of such men as R. L. Caldwell, Chapman Browning, R. W. Shirley, with others living' on the road to Milltown and ' in have consented to complete the pike, as far as the metal is placed on the road from this place to a point near Bliss. This work will be done by public donation, as we have collected and paid out the larger part of our subscription. Now, as the road is we find it nearly impassable either for a car, vehicle, wagon, or any other conveyance. A few weeks work with help from our people with their wagons and teams will put us in touch with our county seat that we can make it any time in the winter months with our cars. Let us all get interested and complete the pike as far anyway at we have the metal and we never will regret the the time that we have given te this great enterprise. Mill-town, The Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co. CHMPBELLSIZILLE, KENTUCKY. Will Open For The First Sale On Monday, December 5, if 1921 On Dark Tobacco Only We will receive and sell only Dark Tobacco for at least thirty days. Neatsburg. Owing to the unprecedented conditions and position of the Burley Situation at present, we feel it is only justice to ourselves and the farmers to make the Announcement. Hend-.LCKicso- n, tasae-jJudg- e ;i3Caodlor not. Mr. George Dudley and his There has been fewer hogs fed good wife, who have been citi'Sor market in this community zens of our town for some time, moved to their rSfczfc usual this fall, and with have recently was in 'ssScs falling short of corn in the farm. Uncle George sfSMs .there will probably not be town a day or so ago, and reports ssKgreat many fed in the spring. that they are enjojing the best .Gradyville. of health, with plenty of good water and fresh air daily. Rev.J.W. Rayburn.assisted by "S5T ice up to this time. Rev. Lee, are in the midst of a C O. Moss was at Campbells-vmtt- e great revival at Tarter's Chapel. This is a very wonderful meetthe first of the week. JTiBLcL Walker, of Columbia, ing. So much interest that sevvares .through here last week eral occasions the people are so revived thatlthey have no preachSftu&mgt after tobacco. .Some of our.people have slaugh-'sre- ing. Up to this time there has been something like twenty protheir hogs. fession, with the church and J2..F. Pendleton, of community greatly revived. our- - midst one day Died, on the 23rd, a little jtaweek. iB having his large child of Mr. and Mrs. Creed tiZZQ&.oi tobacco .prized at this Wooten, of our city, with a com3Me,, preparatory for the Louis-nonf- plication of troubles. market. Married, on the 25th, Mr. of Greens- - Freeman Janes, of our city, to feyton -- "We are'baving plenty of rain. Talmadge Greer bought a choice milk cow from E. F. Winfrey. Price $60.00. O. M. Humphreys, traveling salesman for the American products Co., was in our vicinity one day last week 0. L. Hardwick bought a pair of mules from John Rector last week. Mr. Tyler Hardwick and Miss Marie Roberts were the pleasant gueBSsof Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wheat last Saturday night and Sunday. F. W. Miller was visiting J. J. Watson last Sunday. Bob Mings passed through here oneway last week en route to Columbia, v- Herman Spurling, our noted stock trader, was through here a few days ago, buying cattle, sheep and hogs. Mr. K Wood was calling on our merchants selling notions. Silas Leach, John Shepherd and Dallas Carter passed through here en route to Lebanon to stand an army disability exam ination. Mr. Harden Cundiff and fam ily were visiting relatives at this place Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. C. M. Herriford, our mer chant at Eunice, made a trip to Louisville buying goods. Miss Lela and Florence Beard left for the home of their brother, Wallace, of Athertonville, where they intend to remain' until their father's estate is wound up. Open To Receive Dark Tobacco Nov., 2$ Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co., INCORPORATED Campbellsville, Kentucky. Farm and Home News. Laure county farmers are realizing the advantage of purebred animals over that of scrubs, according to a report of County Agent J. W. Jones. More than 59 purebred Jerseys have been brought into the county during the past year. Sam Keith, R. H. Middleton, Irvin Sprowles and Barney Walters have been the last farmers to purchase purebred animals, the four of them having obtained 24 registered Jerseys as additions to their herds. Campbell county farmers who ing and management which will be given poultrymen enlisted in the movement the Fulton county men hope to increase the egg production of their birds during the winter months. Apple orcharding is receiving increased attention from Web ster county farmers, according to a report of County Agent L. E. Cutter. Several interested ones are planning to conduct fertilizer demonstrations in cooperation with County Agent Culter and the extension division of the College of Agriculture in order to solve important orchard fertility problems connected with the apple industry in the county. dress for the ticket and State Senator nominee of his party. Members of his own party asked him where the promised .tax reduction was, and other similar questions. They voted overwhelmingly against the Governor's advice as to how to vote. He went to Casey county and made an address and that Republican stronghold elected a Democrat Judge, Sheriff and County Attorney in answer to his appeal. It means that the influence of the present state administration at Frankfort is "all shot" so far with County Agent H. F. Link in conductingvdemon- strations to show the value of hill selecting potatoes have obtained such marked improvement in the quality and yield of their crops that they will continue the work for another year while sev eral other farmers are planning to take' up similar projects, according to a report from the county. ed as the Republican farmer 13 concerned. He has seen his license Twenty-fiv- e Campbell county tax, land tax, and state school poultry flocks are enrolled in the tax climb higher and higher, winter egg" laying project being while his farm products went conducted by the extension divi- lower and lower. sion of the College of AgriculWhere is the Republican farture, a report from County mer who is proud of the Harding Agent H. F. Link states. administration? There is no use m to mince words, everv county What Does It Mean? has Republican farmers in it who are parting the way with What does it mean when coun- the party. ties like Adair and Casey with normal Republican majorities from sight to fifteen hundred, elect Democrat officers? Also Christian county with a Republican majority of seventeen hundred, electing all Democrats. The same news comes from all sections of the State. It means that the men who called themselves Republicans are tired of broken promises of the State administration. They know what has been done to them by the Morrow regime at A Democrat state ticket will be sent to Frankfort next time to clean up the Morrow mess, mud, and mire, by a majority so large that it will take four adding ma- J. J. Watson and Joe Hardwick were in Columbia last Saturday. Lloyd George, at a banquet in London, expressed home in arms d. parley and believes Irish peace near. Thirty-tw- o ur Greens-j&xsgffw&s- Webster county farmers are receiving satisfaction in their livestock shipments by means of a cooperative livestock shipping association which has been organized, a report from County Agent L. E. Culter states. The association recently shipped its first car load of hogs at a cost of 33 cents a hundred pounds. -- v chines three days to count the vote. Hodgensville News. There must be something enervating about war after all, since all of our great generals are fine looking men. in IS.!ain is out of the forty-foFifty Fulton county farmers counties raising Burley topoultry flocks enrolled Many people become charitabacco have secured their seventy-f- have their in the winter egg laying project bly inclined when there is a per cent, or over. ive being conducted over the State newspaper at hand to herald the Put those weather-strion by the extension division of the Frankfort. fact your doors and you will put less College of Agriculture. By folThe Governor went to Christcoal in the stove. The News $1.50 in Ky, lowing the suggestions on .feed ian county and made and an ad ps -- y a