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Mr. R. L. Lyon, of Campbellsvlle Time and again we have advocated At the regular annual meeting of Mrs Mary Dohoney, Who was the the extension of the corporate limits while here a few days ago, had a talk the Stockholders of the First Nation- OF TfiE CONDITION OF of Columbia for the reason there are wlth the News in regard to keeping al Bank the following directors were Wife of J. P. Dohoney, this THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. vs no available lots at this time upon the cemetery in a He elected: Braxton Massie, H. N. Mil" June Grove &c Deft Place, Dies Suddenly at which to build, Tind for the further says that the ladies ot Columbia ler, Z. T. Williams, A. M. Mercer AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE r By vlrture of a Judgment and reason we want to see the town grow. should be in charge, and that they Jas. P. Beard, J. D. Lowe, J. F. Mont10:30 Sunday Night OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, Columbia can not expand unless terri- should have money sufficient to pay gomery. OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 1921. rendered at Nov Term, thereof 1921, tory upon which to erect residences hands for their work. Mr. Lyon's Following the Election of Directors RESOURCES. in the above cause, for the sum of FUNERAL HELD AT BAPTIST CHURCH. could be scured. There are many peo dead are in this cemetery, and he in- the following officers were elected: Loans and discounts. Including re85493.67 with the interest at the rate (except those shown discounts, Braxton Massie, President. ple who live outside of the present formed us that if the proper organiza14 The residents of Columbia were corporate limits who are town's peo- tion should be perfected and a fund 190 293 77 of 6 per cent, per annum from the Inbandc) Henry N. Miller, Vice President. Deposited to secure circulation day of Noy. 1921, until paid, and greatly surprised last Monday mornple for all intents and purposes, and started, that he would give one hunU.S. Bonds (par value)... $25 000 00 E. H. Hughes, V. P. $206.15 costs herein, I shall proceed to ing when the news spread oyer the All Other United States Bruce Montgomery, Cashier. they should be brought in, and the dred dollars. He was of the opinion Government securities?. 24 050 00 door community that Mrs. J. P. Dohone-offer for sale at the Court-hous- e way to make them pay a munici- that many families who had removed only Cortez Sanders, Asst. Cashier. Total U. S. Government securities. $19 050 00 in Columbia, Kentucky, to the high- had crossed over at 10:30 o'clock Sun Other Bonds, Stoeks, Securities, Miss Leonora Lowe, Bookkeeper. pal tax Ja to extend the corporate from Columbia, leaving their dead, etc, 46 467 8S est bidder, at Public Auction, on Mon- day night, in the 70th year of her age a cemeBeing a National Bank and under would willingly contribute to Banting- house. Si 000 00: Furnilimits. Mrs. Dohoney was born and reared day, the 6th day of Feb. 1922, at One 1 50000 ture and fixtures, $500 00 It is true that should an extension tery fund. He said further that the direct supervision of the United Lawful reserve with Federal Reo'clock p. m., or thereabout (being one and a half miles South of Colum be made, the new addition would have ladies were in charge at Campbells-vill- e, States Government this Institution serve Batik 19 531 44 County County,) upon a credit of six bia, and before her marriage was Mary Cash in vault and amount due and that Brookside cemetery has had the confidence of the people to be kept, up by the town authorities 49 313 67 and twelve months, from National Banks f payable Conover, sister of Mr. Wm. Conovefi fur- was not neglected. It is not every since the date of its organization. in the way of street building and Checks on other banks In the same f in twelve who makes his home in Texas, but in sis months and city or town as reporting bank nishing lights but it is also true that body who could, give large sums, bub The steady growth and increase In 1 118 10 other than item 12 months, the following described prop- who has been here for nearly a year. tile new citizens would have to pay a by putting the donations together it business has necessitated the employTotal of items 9. 10. II, 12. erty, towit: A certain tract or boun- Mr. Robb. Conover is another brother. 50 461 and 13.. municipal tax which would go along would be a large sum. We believe the ment of additional help and as above Checks on banks located outside of dary of land lying in Adair county, He lives four miles out of town. Miss way toward meeting the expense of ladies of Columbia will become inter- stated Mr. Cortez Sanders was selectcity or town of reporting bank 2 043 72 Kentucky and bounded and described Sallie Conover, who is known to all and other cash items ested. ed as Assistant Cashier. internal improvements. Redemption fund with U. S. as follows:' Bounded on the North by the residents of town, was her sister. If the corporate limits were extendTreasurer and due from U. S. Mrs. Dohoney had been iff delicate Spirella, the World's Best Corset. One Iron bedstead, Victor Victrola Treasurer 1250 00 the lands of Lee Farris, John Vaughan ed a half mile each way more than and Logan Bridgewaters, on the West health for some, months, and it was Mahogony cabinet, Reed baby carriage. Total. S366 59S59 three hundred people would become To secure figure control and perby the lands of Wilkes Groves, Sam generally believed that she was apCall Mrs. Rachel Grissom, LIABILITIES. citizens of Columbia, and thereby fect support Health. Comfort, style Smith, William Smith, Will Griffin, proaching the end, bub her passing Capital stock paid in, 25 000 00 swelling the population of our municVisit our grocery store. Everything;, Surplus fund.. 50 000 00 Robert Blakey and the Greensburg was a surprise to the whole town. and Durability You should have a ipality to sixteen hundred. profits, $ 7 701 77 Undivided is new, and everything on sale used by Spirella Corset and adjusted by SpirelShe was a devout member of the and Columbia road, on the South by Reserved for Interest and Besides new comers would arrive in housekeepers. taxes accrued.. $ 335 50 la trained Corsetiere ttfe Baptist Church, and had been since the lands of Willie .Griffin and Columbia, purchase lots and erect .,...88 037 27 Reserved fcr Furkin& Keene. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, Cane Valley County road,, on the East early girlhood. She took an interest Less current expenres, interresidences. 4 Spirella Corsetiere. est and taxes paid $3 952 71 by the lands of John Ike Smith, con- in Church work, and was ever ready There will be a called meeting of This is a school town and people Circulating Notes outstanding.. 24 300 00 Phone 142. taining 140 acres more or less. For to assist in supporting the ordinances. would come and locate here If Individual deposits subject to Columbia Lodge, No. 96, F. and A. UiT there - 203 214 02 check more complete description reference When not too sick her pew was never Mr. C. T. Stults, who has been con next Thursday night for the purpose were homes to buy or lots upon which Dividends unpaid none made to the pleadings, judgment empty. s Total Of demand deposits (other s, nected with the Union Central Life of conferring the Master Mason deto erect residences. than bank deposits) subject to Besides her husband, and the broth- and order of sale, in above styled ac We can rememebr when the resi- Insurance Company for several years, gree. All members and visitors are Reserve. Items 26, 27. 28, 29, will also.sell at the same time ers and sister mentioned, she leaves tion. I 263 214 02 30 and 31.. Mary Caldwell, on doing a very good business, has ten cordially invited to be present. dence ot Mrs and place, in the above styled action, many nieces and nephew's and a large Burfcesville street, was the extent of dered his resignation as an agent for f366 59S 5S Total A man who has nob a surplus of upon a credit of three months, One circle of friends. State of Kentucky, the corporate limits of Columbia, the said company, and is now connected this world's goods and has a farm and kss: The funeral services were held in black mare mule 4 years old. After County of Adair same distance applying in all other with the Seventh Street Garape Comalso a family, acts very foolishlyin Montgomery, Cashier of the above selling said mule, I will sell the said the Baptist church this Tuesday mornI. Bruce directions From Mrs. Caldwell's res- pany, Louisville. It will be his'busi-nes- s selling named Dans, ao soiemmy swear in&t we aoove his farm for ready cash. pro- ing at. 10 o'clock, conducted by her statement is true to the best of my knowledge land. Or sufficient thereof to to buy and sell cars, and to see idence, on left side of the now is soon gone and the man is and belief. Bruce Montgomery, Cashier. duce, the sums of money so ordered to former pastor, Rev. Leslie J. B. Smith, break as far up thab all repairing is done in workman- left with a problem what to do to Subscribed and sworn to before methis 7th be made. For the purchase price, the assisted by other ministers. as where Mr. E. H. Hughes now lives. ship manner. Mr. Stults has a very day of Jan.. 192L make a sufficiency to support his fam The interment was in the city cem All purchaser, with appro ?ed surety or seLeonora Lowe. the territory from the High flattering signed contract and we pre ily. If he had kept his farm his liv'Notary Public curities, must execute - Bond, bearing etery. School building to the Jamestown dict that he will give his employes Commission expires Jan. 13th. 1925. The floral offerings were many and road was a barren field, owned by Mr. perfect satisfaction. He and his wife ing for himself and family was a sure legal interest from th6 day of sale unHenry N. Miller. go. If a man has a surplus he can af- force and effect beautiful. paid, and having-tbJ. F. Montgomery, Milton Wheat, and the most of it he left for Louisville Monday. ford to dispose of his landed possess Braxton Hassle, Directors. May God comfort the bereaved husof a Judgment. Bidders will be presold at 50 cents per acre, we are told. ions.bub if the farm is the principal of Notice. pared to comply promptly with these band, brothers and sister, is the vlsh Now Don't stand in jour own Light. the most of that territory is his estate he would act very unwisely of this paper. ... ;-terms. use covered bj residences. What did it? All parties owing taxes for the year to dispose of it. W.A.Coffey, Master Commissioner. Radium Coal Oil .. ... The extension of the corporate limits, 1921, are hereby notified to come in " Notice. Joe Hurt, Agb., s If you appreciate health, comfort though' not all the dwellings in the and settle at once. By doing this you Gulf Refining Co., Ino , above named territory are inside the will save cost. I havo given you all and the best figure line, wear a Spi- Ji Wanted. All persons holding County War- corporate line,' but they would all the Campbellsville;, Ky. Tel. 266 ' vj time I can. Settle at once and rella corset. rants (General Funds) issued 1921 and come in if our suggestion should be save cost. Mrs. Geo. E.' Wilson, llndsey Defeats Russell Springs. To trade 8 year old mare. Will prior to that date, are requested to well taken. Spirella Corsetiere. . Cortez Sanders, Ex S. A. C. bring mule colt, for a saddle horse. present to me for payment,, interest to There is not a doubt bub. many res14 3t One of the fastest games of the seaThe-- ' Russell Springs correspondent Coffey, See cease Jan. 25, 1922. . idences would be built in Columbia son was played in the Lindsey gym to the Russell County News is clamorSheriff's Office. The canteen and horse pistol holBert Epperson, Co.Treas., if there were available lots. Friday night when . the fast Ruesell 14'2b was owned by Gen. Frank ing for a road from his place to elttier We hope some' of our prominent sters which Springs basket ball team went down Continues to Improve. was found in S. F. Eubank's the Adair county line or to the Casey citizens who feel ah Interest in Colum- Wolfoid before Lindsay's swift quin. in defeat shop last Wednesday morning and county line. He says it is almost ImSpecial Notice. bia will commence agitating. tet. Mrs. Annie B. Miller, who suffered presented at this office by Joseph possible to get out of Russell Springs playing was spirited and ex- numerous bruises about the body a The Morris, who is at work for Mr. L. E. during the winter, and he calls upon We have notified our subscribers, Attention. citement ran high from the blowing week or so ago when she was struck Young. Mr. Eubankstates that they all who are interested to begin at several times of the first whistle until time was by a machine as she was crossing Mul- whQare In arrears, ones to put the project through. We that their names will be stricken I have Amoved my stock of goods had been in his shop for twenty-fiv- e called. believe that if Russell county will berry street, continues to improve. square to my new years, hid among rubbish. Two bulThere was some fancy guarding done Mrs MiIer after being struck was from our list if they fail to send in or from the public build to the Adair line the road would on the pike below 'the let holes had been made in the canWe store-houscall and pay their subscriptions. by Long and Compton, while Allison dragged several feet after which the teen which had been sorded. His be completed to Columbia by the farpart in center. McFarland machine, a Ford, passed over her. have been very indulgent and we cemetery. I intend to keep a .generdid his nephew, Mr. Milton Wolford, states mers living alongf the line, and, the was in the game every minute netting Her escape from more serious Injury think the time has come for us to be al store and will handle everything in lathat the General carried them through Fiscal Court of the county. It 13 points. Webb did a brilliant bit of was an extremely close one Lebanon remunerated. Therefore, if you fail the dry goods line. Will also handle good move. to receive the News you will know groceries and keep the best of sugar the civil war. playing, scoring 23 points. Enterprise that your time has expired, and that and coffee. For men's and ladies' Master Sanford Strange, a young Of the visitors, Cooper starred, For Sale. Mrs. Miller, before her marriage, we,wautyouto pay us the amount shoes, my store Is the place for bar trapper of this place, was very much while all played good ball. was Miss Annie Eianford, and at the due. You should remember that pa- gains. surprised last Monday morning when The final score stood i A house and lot in Columbia otct time of her marriage she resided with per is very costly, ani that we can J. W. Burton. he went to his steel traps to find that Jamestown Street. See ' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 'W. Blan-for- not send the paper without, pay. -12-For Sale. -i he had caught a large gray fox. San- 12 tf Barger Bros in Columbia. She is remember- You will please heed this notice. ford had his gun with him and the ed by many residents of this place. NeatMurreil. There are many old relics in Adairr 300 acres more or less land and timfox was soon dispatched and brought Burley seed. Also Smith's White ber, oak, ash, hickory, chestnut, pop, More Miles, More Power, pelt will bring several county for the old Kentucky Home. Miss Ada Neat yesterday evening to town. His improved One;Sucker 81.00 per oz. There are spinning wheels, looms, ther . . will be sold in Edmonton ask for lar, became the bride of Garrett Murrell, dollars. thirty davs clock, Indian arrows, tools T.I. Smith, March 27, 1922, to the highest bidder. That Good Gulf Gasoline. the marriage ceremony being read by .Thomas O. Holder, of Jamestown, used in skinning animals by the InCand Valley, .Ky. 9 miles from Cumberland river and 9 the Rev. O. M. Andrews, pastor of representatives from Casey and Rus- dians, and many other articles, such, 12-Doing Well. miles east of Edmonton. Anyone the Methodist Episcopal church, at sell counties, was born at Irvin's as bedquilts and table linens over a wishing to buy same see the parsonage on North Marina street. Store, Ky., December 12, 1896. His hundred years old. A canvass of this Died in Green County. J, R. Froedge. of Breeding or Judge W..W. Jones went to Louis t Bride and groom are. residents of this parents were Dr. U. G. and Cora Tar- county would develop in finding many W. T. Froedge, of Glasgow, Ky. ville and was in the hospital when his city, where they will make their home. tar Holder. He has never before' held curiosities that would be of special inMrs. Sam Hizer, who was a sister of Mr. G. R. Reed was operArizona Paper, Mrs. M. L. Grissom Entertains. political office. He was educated in terest to men and women of this day. Mr. J. S. Breeding, this place, died ated upon. Dr. "W. J. Flowers was Tho bride is a daughter of Mr. and the. public schools, in the Western near Greensburg, last Thursday. She' also present. Mr. Reed submitted Mrs. S. O. Neat, this place, and the Kentucky StateNormal and the At,Our stock of furniture and rugs is Last Tuesday Mrs. M. L. Grissom years old', and besides was fifty-odto two serious operations, and cheerson of Howard A. Murrell groom is a very delightfully entertained a numlanta Law School, and is a teacher new. They will be sold athortet prof husbaud she leaves several chilful news comes from his bedside. He her and was born and reared at Craycraf t, and lawyer by profession. He is a its. Come in and look. ber of her friends at her home on one She was a went under the knife about 10 a. m., dren, all married but county. Firkin-- Keene. Republican in politics and a Mason. Greensburg St., ,at twelve o'clock. lady of strong character and had many this when the word reached Thursday, and She served a delicous dinner which many friends. She will be remember All five Cent articles fout cents. He is also editor of th.e Russell County Be sure and attend Columbia Lodger-N- o. here Mr. Reed had recovered from News, published at Jamestown. He was thoroughly enjoyed by the follow ed by the people of Adair county as' Package Oats 10 cents. 96 next Thursday night! effects of anesthetics and was do is not married. ing guests: Mesdames A. L. Mell, Racket Store. Miss Josle Breeding. The funeral ing nicely. He will probably have to The Walker lob fronting the square Montgomery, Gordon Bardstpwn, services were held last. Friday, many Lawrence Rich, a young married and BurkesvIIle street, was sqjd remain at the St. Joseph hospital for By reference to the officers elected ta George Stults, Allen Walker, L. C. in attendance. Mr. Sam Breeding several weeks. for Alie First National Bank, ib will man, about 22 years old, whose home the highest bidder lasb Saturday Hindman, Etta Caldwell, Bruce Montwent down from Columbia. be seen that Mr. Oortez Sanders was is near Pellyton, was adjudged of unIt brought $5,500 'and wass Save 20 per cent by trading with gomery, T. Jr Wade, W, A. Hynea, cashier. He is a sound mind, in Judge Jeffries Court sold to Mr. H. N. Millar. Assistant PwrxHutchisoo, Lanie Staples, W. one of our chain stores Call at the My Jersey bull is now in my lot. elected 3 goed business man and was the for- - last- Wednesday. He was sent to JLDebaey, Joe Patfceeon, Tildaa Backet Store in Butlsr Building and m it tbe gate. ' Lakeland. Adair County Nws, 91.50 per, yeart sherlff of Adair county. 12-i-t JeeJnfrte get prices. WHiiuiQ. REPORT ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. C. C. Christie &c Pltff Or-de- clean-conditio- ? - one-hal- one-hal- '. - 6 - The-mone- Burkes-ville.ptfer'waa-ca- e . . A.-C- r . .- . S.--L-- . -- -- -- e, - 36-3- 0. d, 2t 2t son-in-la- d -- J-t- he 12-2- & x 'V'trli .rT vA .- I 2 Ullli -- - ADAIR-COUNT- Y JNEWS was lmposslblerto'breatbe it, and after a few blows I had to drop the ax and run to the breathing gap.. Daddy took: his cue Instantly, snatcjiing up the ax as I flung It down and hacking away as" long as he could hold his breath. When he was forced to make a bolt g hole in the door, I for the ran in again ; thus got a couple of the floor planks loose and pried them out. d In the space beneath the floor we found Hullerton's chimney end; an old discarded boiler flue, it seemed to be, leading up from the bench below. From unearthing the deadly thing to muzzling it with one of our wet blankets was the breathless work of only a minute or two; and with the thus shut off, the air In the shafthouse soon became bearable again, the hole we had chopped through the floor. serving as a ventilator through which the cool, crisp night air came rushing in a revivifying blast. Our first care, after a prolonged silence led us to believe that the raiders had withdrawn to study up some fresh scheme for getUng rid of us, was to get a bar and pry our two doors open so that the breeze might blow .through and air the place out a bit. Closing and barring the doors after the sulphur stench had been reduced life-savin- Mi ' .B The Girl a Horse and 'I a Dog By FRANCIS LYNDE IV tffffiGoprrlght by Cb&rlei Scribnerl Son HHL tWtli m ii3aMvA sraaWtvlMB355 Hull .......g WfKmWfPVt f' fir I SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I. Under his grandfather'! will, Stanford Broughton, society idler, at teoa his share of the estate, valued reemethlng: like J4,0W, lies in a "safe depository," latitude and longitude scribed, and that is all. It may be identified by the presence nearby of a brown-haireblue-eye- d girl, a piebald horse, aid a dog with a split face, half black d, SH jj m k ti ETlvSkw uViEaVw VnKLvft - tlon sets out to find his legacy. CHAPTER II. On Ills way to Denver. tie city nearest the meridian described In his grandfather's will, Stanford hears Stobi a fellow traveler a story having to do with a flooded mine. CHAPTER HI. Thinking things over. k begins to imagine there may be something in his grandfather's bequest worth 'while, his Idea finally centering on the possibility of a mine, as a "safe repository." Recalling the narrative on the train, he ascertains Uiat his fellow traveler was a mining engineer, Charles Bullerton refuses him information, but from other sources Broughton learns enough to make him proceed to Flacerville, in the Red desert. CHAPTER IV. On the station platform out, the at Atropla, just asappeartrain pulls lden- to be the Stanford sees what - ttcal dog described in his horse and grandfather's will. Impressed, he leaves 3 the train at the next stop. Angels. There finds that Atropla was originally "Placervllle. his destination. Unable to Mcure a conveyance at once to take him to Placervllle. Broughton seizes a construction car and escapes, leaving the impression on the town marshal, Beasley, that he is slightly demented. CHAPTER V. Pursued, he abandons the car, which is wrecked, and escapee on overtaken In fNta girl the darkness, he is THE dog. by on horseback, and After he explains his presence, she .ln- r vttes him to her home, at the Old Cinna- , fear mine, to meet her father. hosts are CHAPTER VI. Broughton-'Twombly, caretaker of the mine, ad his daughter Jeanle. Seeing' the girl, Stanford Is satisfied he has located his property, but does not reveal his Identity. CHAPTER VII. Next morning, with Hiram, he visits the mine. Hiram asks him to look over the machinery, and he Soes so, Inglad of an excuse to be near whom he has become Jeanle, and he engages in the first real rwork he has ever done. CHAPTER VHI. Broughton and Hiram s;et the pumps started, but are unable to zsaka an Impression on the water. apparently an old friend of the Twomblys. visits the mine. He offers .t drain it in consideration of Brough-ton- 's per cent of the giving hm fifty-on- e - property. Stanford refuses. Then Bullermine outright for - ton offers' to buy theBroughton's grand-lath960.000. It had cost a million. Stanmore than half ford again refuses. -Bul-If-rto- n. m& half white. Stanford at first regards th bequest as a Joke, but after considera- - ie -- s inter-teste- d, Stared Across at Daddy Hiram. "I'll try," I said, and did it the best I knew how, giving him some idea of the life I had lived and its earth-widabysmal difference from the experience o the past six weeks. Silence 'or a time and then: and good clothes and eatln with a flat fork V all right, Stannie, but they don't make the man n'r the woman ; there's got to be some-thiinside; somethin a heap bigger than any o' them things." "Quite so," I admitted. Another silence and at the end of it the old philosopher again: "You been sort o' sore about my Jeanie, since yesterday . . . She's s been eatln' your bread, like me, and you thought, and I thought, that she might at least 've waited a little spell afore she run off with Charley Bullerton. Maybe we've been Jumpin' at things too sudden, Stannle. What made her ride 'way up yonder to Greaser sidln' to catch that train? And how come Charley Bullerton to marry her one day and be up here with his bunch o gunmen by daybreak' the nex mornin'?" "Has Jeannle friends in Angels with whom she could be staying?" I asked. "Not a single soul. He'd to leave her at the Chink's hotel; and that ain't no place for a woman, married 'r t'otherwlse." "But supposing they didn't go to I e, "Book-learnin' n' gran-paw'- a-h- Angels?" Bui-Jerto- n, er "" '. - . -- ' clothes; stared across at Daddy sitting backed up against the . - Hiram hoist with his legs jackknifed and his - hands locked over his knees ; It was a grotesque there was no other name for it. I broke out in a laugh that was a. bellow. flSnllt it up, Stannle," urged the old man dryly., ! allow you ain't goln fb be'close-fisteenough to keep a good jjoke-alto" yourself !nirtfsiiehahoe-'Vuo- n "' V-.as this." pipe-dread l --'- CHAPTER IX. Jeanle cautions Broughton against selling the mine, under any circumstances, and, apparently In a spirit of mischief, allows him to kiss her. After , conversation with Daddy Hiram, Broughton decides he will stick to the property. CHAPTER X. Next day. during Stanford's temporary absence from the mine; jm enemy, without doubt Bullerton, wrecks the pumping machinery. Broughton decides to have it out with him next day. CHAPTER XI. In the morning he finds Bullerton and Jeanle have disappeared, apparently eloped. He also discovers that his deed to the mine has been stolen, and as It has not been recorded, he has no proof of ownership. Mysterious actions of the dog cause Hiram and i:roughton to take the trail in search of Jeanle. CHAPTER XII. They find Jeanie's pony, abandoned, but no trace of the girl. When they get back to the cabin, Bullerton is there, apparently awaiting their return. CHAPTER XIII. Believing Jeanle to have gone with Bullerton, the sight of the roan is too much for Broughton, and he uses him roughly. Bullerton denies knowing the whereabouts of Jeanle. Broughton orders him oft his property, and he departs vowing vengeance. Satisfied Bullerton mean." mischief, Broughton' and Hiram fortify themselves In the mlno shafthouse and prepare for a riege. Bullarton comes wth a crowd of desperadoes and on their refusal to vacate, begins an attack. CHAPTER XIV. During the day and night the two successfully defend the auafthouse against attacks, including an attempt to drown them out. CHAPTER XV. Almost ready to give up Broughton is heartened by Hiram's assertion that the sounds of the firing Atropla, and must have reached soon appear. an investigating party will Also these same people were saying behind my back, of course, but there were always plenty of them to repeat the saying to my face that I was . ood stock tj r;il, would never amount to a hill of beaus in anything that asked for initiative or resourcefulness, or primitive rough stuff of any sort; that I was due to go on dolling myself up and playing skittles to the end of the chapter which would prob-alb- y stage itself lu an asylum for the Also, again, at that same time, which was six weeks or six thousand years ago, I was engaged to Lisette;- - with mighty little prospect of marrying her, to be sure, but with no thought of marrying anybody else. And now I looked around at the shadowy walls of the grim old Cinlooming darkly and nabar shaft-housstill dripping, tick, tack, from their n mud bath ; felt my sog--g0-- "There ain't no other place they could go and let him get back, as you might sny, in the same day." "Say it all, Daddy," I prompted. "There ain't much to say, Stannie, boy, 'ceptin' what I said afore, that maybe we'd been jumpin' at things sort o' blind-lik.Teannie's got a heap o' sense if I do say It as shouldn't thing, as we and the whole been puitin it up, aiii't no more like her than winter's like Having run the subject Into a corner we were both speechless for a 'little time and I think it was almost with a .sense of relief that we sprang alert when the dog, hitherto sleeping quietly at our feet, jumped up and ran to hold his nose at the threshold of the door opening upon the dump head. e. gee-ripitti- if dog-days." yet' unaeflnable had been wrought In our surroundings during the noisy interlude. "Great Jehu!" exclaimed the old" man though he was within arm's-reac- h I could make him out only as a dim shadow "Great Jehu I I I b'llev I'm goln' blind, Stannle ! I I cant see nothln' "Don't worry," I hastened to say; Tm In the same boat. We've been looking too long and steadily through It'll pass in a minthose auger-holeute." But it didn't pass and presently the voice of my old side partner came again out of the darkness. "P'raps It's cloudln' up some," he suggested In a "I can't see no stars through them windows." At this I looked toward the window openings, but the interior blackness hatt blotted them out completely. Almost instinctively I turned back to the door and put an eye to a loophole. One glance was enough. The trouble, whatever It might be, was with us and not 'with the sky. The stars were shining as brightly as ever. "Don't move, Daddy," I cautioned, and then groped my 'way along the wall and climbed to the top of our earth-sac- k breastwork at a point which I guessed to be under the nearest of the two windows. When I drew myself up and tried to thrust a hand through the opening the mysterious darkness was explained. The window embrasures were stopped up, both of them, on the outside by something that felt like a heavy canvas curtain, though how the curtain was held in place I could not determine. But It was firmly braced in some way. With all the purchase I could get which wasn't much I couldn't dislodge it or push it aside Making my way .back to the door I told Daddy what I had found. "Huh !" he said ; "that old tarpaulin that was out yonder in the ore shed. How d'ye reckon they got It there, Stannle?" "It's hoisted on a framework of some kind, and they did It while we were rubbering and trying to find out what all that noise was about." We were not kept very long in doubt as to what the nextignemy move was to be. With the cessation of the tomtom clatter the collie had grown curiously resUess. We couldn't see him, but we could hear him running from post to pillar, sniffing at the cracks and occasionally giving a whining growl. Presently he began to cough and sneeze; then he came racing back to us, flattening himself to hold his nose to the crack under the door and taking long breaths as If he were half stifled. I stooped to pat him and immediately imagined I was smelling burning sulphur matches. "Get down here, Daddy, and smell "Is It this dog!" I whispered. matches, or what?" r One sniff was all that the old man eiflipr-4n?'US'or that some change as- - DEHLER BROTHERS 1 CO.. 16 Egst Marhct Street Telephone Main 2167 open-cracke- LOUISMILLE, KY. s. Roofing, Fencino, Hard gas-mai- n half-whispe- r. ware, Contractors Supplies, Asohalt, Shiholes. IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY v ' ed odor, we established our Daddy Hiram taking the first trick under a solemn promise to call me at the end of a couple of hours. This time he behaved better, rousing me a little before midnight. He- reported everything quiet, and pointed to the sleeping dog as evidence that there were no intruders within smelling distance. y "Been ever since you turned in," he said, meaning, as I took it, that the dog had been resting easy. "You can just keep an eye on Barney. If anything goes to stirrin he'll know it afore'you will." Nothing did stir; and after Daddy had. gone to wrap himself in his damp blankets, I had my work cut out for me keeping awake ; In fact, I shouldn't want to swear that I was fully awake during all of the one hundred and twenty minutes that my sentry-g- o lasted. No matter about that Bullerton didn't spring any more surprises on us during my watch; and when I turned the fortress over to Daddy at two o'clock I was able to pass the "all quiet" report back to him and go to the blankets with an easy conscience. I had just dropped asleep, as It seemed to me though in reality I had slept like a log for more than two hours when Daddy Hiram came to shake me awake: "Somethin' dom" he announced quietly, and when I sat up I saw that the collie was moving uneasily from one door to the other, stopping now and then to stand moonless with his ears cocked and his head on one side : "Barney hears something," I ven tured; and a moment later Daddy match-box to a mere night-watc- h, SUPPING? - that-awa- Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if More Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Much Sickness and Worry. Navasofa, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, of this place, relays the following interesting account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the world, and when you feel that gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That is what I did some time ago when I found myself in a condition of very nervous, health. 1 was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feel so weak I would have to set it down before I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost impossible to accomplish. "1 was . . . nervous and easily upset run-down I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . just Lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after reading I decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it. . . "In a very short while after I began the Cardui Home Treatment I saw an improvement and it wasn't long until 1 was all right good appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my house work. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a tonic, lean recommend Cardui and gladly do so, for if more women knewr it would save a great deal of worry and sickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands or other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince you that it is worth trying. All druggists sell it J. 78 KENTUCKY'S THOROUGHBRED needed. brimstone !" he choked; "them devils are smokin' us out ! That's why they stopped up them window holes; so we couldn't get any "Gosh-to-gee-whiz CHAPTER XVI Burnt Matches. Following the dog to the door, we could neither see nor hear any Using going on outside, though Barney's suilllngs under the door and his warned us that something was afoot, either on the dump head or in the partly wrecked cabin beyond. While we were still peeping and peering, each at Ills auger-hol- e and each ready to take an offhand shot at anything that seemed suspicious, the silence of the mountain night was ripped and torn by the most hideous clamor Imaginable, arising, apparently, In the cabin or perhaps from the groving of trees just behind it. The raclcct was deafening; comparable to nothing that I'd ever heard; a magnified orchestration, so to speak, of the pandemonium made by a crowd of country boys serenading a newly married pair with low-gro- Un pans and such-lik- e noise-makin- g Implements. "What In the name o' Joab!" stuttered Daddy Hiram. "Reckon them d plrateers 've gone plum loony?" "Walt," I qualified, and I had to shout to make myself heard. "There'll be more to follow. This. Is only the gosh-dnmme- There appeared to be little enough time for any defensive move. The asphyxiating gas was coming stronger every moment, and any search for its source seemed utterly hopeless. Yet we went at It, coughing and choking, and stumbling over everything in the darkness, as a matter of course. After all it was Barney who (I honor him with the human pronoun because he certainly deserved It) It was Barney who showed us the devil's doorway. The red glow was now sending enough light through cracks and crevices and the bullet rlppings overhead to make our inner darkness a degree or so less than Stygian. Mjssing the dog for a moment at our common breathing hole, we saw him circling a particular spot in the floor and snarling at it as If it were something alive. At that we both remembered that the shafthouse floor was raised a foot or so from the rocky ledge on the side, and that the space underneath was partly open. Daddy pointed to the circling dog. "Barney's got it!" he panted. "They've run their chimney up under the floor!" Then: "Where in Sam Hill did you leave that ax?" The ax was near at hand and I ran for It. Holding my breath I began to chop madly at the floor planking.' By this time the afr was so bad that it down-mountai- air!" n curtain-raiser.- " feeble-minded. ... e, early-afternoo- y ' ment. By the Ume we were beginning to grow a trifle hardened to it the clamor stopped as abruptly as it had begun and the silence which succeeded was even more deafening than the noise had been. While I fancied I could see dim figures stealing down the road Jhat led to the bench below, I heard Daddy say: "Now, what In the name o' Jehoiachim " He had turned away from his peephole and I coukl sense, rather than see, that he was rubbing his eyes. Then I realized that upon me, also, a sudden blindness .had fallen ; the interior of the .shafthouse had become as dark as the Inside of a pocket. The effect was so "stupefying tljntv It took bath" of us. a minute or so- - to understand - But my guess appeared to be no good. For quite some little time we crouched,- guns at the ready, prepared to repel the assault which we naturally supposed would be made under cover of the distracting racket. But there was no assault, though the meaningless clamor kept up without abate- openings. "Broughton !" the voice called ; 'Van you hear me?" "So well that you'd better keep out of range!" I snapped back. "All right listen. You've got to get out, Broughton that's flat. I haven't wanted to go to extremes. For perfectly obvious and commonplace reasons I don't want to have to kill you to get rid of you. But we are not going to gentle you any more. You've already hurt four of my men. and two of the four are crippled. The next time we lilt you, it'll be for a finish." "Yes," said I. "You brought the new club up in a wagon, didn't you?" He Ignored this. "We could starve you out If we chose to take the time. I know pretty well what you've got to eat or rather what you haven't got. It's your privilege to ta"ke your life in your own hands, Broughton; that's up to you. But how about the old man?" "The old man's good and able to speak for hisself!" yapped Daddy. "You do your durndest, Charley Bullerton !" "All right, once more. You'll hear from us directly, now; and as I said before, we've quit gentling you. That's my last word." For a time after this the silence, and the darkness, since It was the hour before dawn, were thick enough to be cut with an ax. But the dog was more restless than ever, and we knew that something we could neither see nor hear must be going on. After a while I asked the question that had been worrying me ever since I had heard the wagon wheels. "What did they bring up in that wagon, Daddy a Gatling?" "The Lord only knows, Stannie and he won't tell," was Uie old prospector's reply, made with no touch of irreverence ; and the words wef e scarcely out of his mouth before a thunderbolt broke in: "Huh! it's plain enough for my old ears, now; it's a wagon comin' across the bench." Now the presence of a wagou on our bench at this early hour in the morn lng might mean either one of two diametrically opposite things: Our deliverance; or the upcoming of re inforcements for the raiders. We were not left long in doubt. Shortly after the rack-racof the wagon wheels stopped we heard footsteps, and the hair stiffened on Barney's back. Noxt we heard Bullerton's voice, just outside and apparently under our window k CONTRIBUTION TO THE NATION System the Kentucky Jockey Club Under the Has Lifted Racing to the Highest Plane An Example to the Whole Country-$3,4675.00 Distributed In Three Years Pari-Mutu- al 79, (From the New York Rider and Driver) Whenever the thoroughbred is men- ed, it has set an example to the world tioned, Kentucky, the home of Man in point of high class contests, clean o'War, and for a hundred years the racing generous stakes and purses. Un- center of the breeding industry In der the old order, the meetings were this country, always comes to mind. dragged out to an interminable It is not possible to conceive of rac- length, in one year one hundred and days, and In another year ing In America without the yearly fifty-fiv- e j contribution of thoroughbreds from ono hundred and seventy-fouUnder the State Racing Commis- - I the Bluegrass State. There are great breeding farms in New York, Virginia, slon, created by an Act of the Legisla- California and elsewhere, but the ture, the number of days on which very life blood of the thoroughbred racing is permitted has been cut to one hundred and eight. cause pours from Kentucky's There I$s fountain. In this favored strict supervision of all turf matters, State, with Its fertile fields deep in with the result that beginning with bluegrass throughout the winter, the the Kentucky Derby, with $50,000 added, which has been run at horse reaches perfection. year?; The nider and Driver does not Churchill Downs for forty-seveknow of any greater calamity that the quality of racing in Kentucky set could happen to the horse industry the standard for the whole country. Formerly turfmen raced for S400 than for Kentucky to turn against the thoroughbred, and destroy the great purses, and the amount distributed) breeding Industry, which has not only j yearly ran from $.100,000 to ?600,000. 1 but Since the organization of the Ken-made the State every farmer in America tucky Jockey Club, three years ago, t has aided by improving the breed of horses. the amount distributed dally in The War Department has repeatedly stakes and purses averaged over one on recoid in favor of the thor- $11,500, and the yearly total was as oughbred, without which the Army follows : S 007,190.00 19in would not have suitable remountsi l,200,S0O.OO 1920 The Remount Service, In charge of :L2S1,6S5.00 1921 United States Army ofilcers, has established breeding farms with thor53,479,675.00 Total oughbred stallions at their head, The Kentucky Jocket Club pays horses that have had their speed, courage and endurancce tried in con- - over $270,000 each year Into the State Treasury In license fees and tests on the turf. These" great-nseries will provide the type of'cav- - p.iys $40,000 additional in State, City airy horse that the Army needs, and and County taxes. every farmer in this country cannot i With millions of dollars Invested in, only aid. the cause by sending his farm lands devoted exclusively to to thoroughbred studs, but can breeding of thoroughbreds, and othd be assured of reaping a substantial millions Invested In horses that ha profit, as the War Department Is con- - no superior In the world. The R!de stantly In the market for horses of and Driver believes that the Kelf-tucky Legislature, made up of level j this character. Racing in Kentucky under the di-- 1 headed fanners and business men, rection of the Kentucky Jockey Clnb will refuse to destroy this valuable' is not only a credit to the State, but industry which it has heretofore sanc-system perfect-- ; tloned and encouraged fwith the r. ever-flowin . world-famous, ur 1 ! s i V I pari-mutu- el ? struck the shafthouse. CHAPTER XVII. EAGLE "MIKADO"- - Tit for Tat That word "thunderbolt" Is hardly a figure of speech. The thlngthat hit us couldn't be compared fo anything - Sfca iAI.M EAGLE MIKADO PencUNo.174 For Sale at your Dealer Made in five trades milder' than thunder and lightning.-There- : was arflash, "a rendlnc. ripping CONTINUED OX PAGE"0- ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Daddy Took His Cue Instantly. , EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK ADAIRJCOUNTY.NEWS 3 - POISONOUS GAS IN THE DISCARD Proposal by American Delegation to Abolish Its Use Near Adoption. K. FINAL ROOT RESOLUTION Head of Italian Delegation Expresses Agreement Great Britain, France and Japan Await Word From Their Home Governments. Washington, Jan. '3. Proposal by the American delegation to abolish the U3e of poisonous gases in warfare and adoption of the final Root resolution making acts of pldacy out of ruthless attacks on merchant ships were the two events of the day In the armaments conference. Senator Schanzer, head of the Italian delegation, immediately expressed liis government's agreement to the .abolition of war gases. France, Great Britain and Japan witt state their views later. France and possibly Japan probably will have to await instructions from their home governments before giving formal decisions. m ARTHUR J. BALFOUR I t? is Pa &c:.t&t..irW.V .Wivift".' ' OTLdfcBBVV jvvv '?,&' - vS. A."- i- -. p ? W' - 'jt .. . , -- -. v'i ,f JtavmAM: iqjAbbt; w . ? .' i. rAa ? v"a," v(.w ?? y s X ? r. "vSTl $ $ $ $ See My Big Line of Clothing And Shoes New Styles and Low Prices. Ladies, Ready-to-wea- r Dresses, Come Early : Ladies' and Gents Underwear. ?; r for the Best Bargains-- -- 1 - Arthur J. Balfour, delegate to the arms conference from Great Britain, us lie appeared In his full dress uniform as ford president of the council at the White House New Year's YELLOWS CAN'T AGREE Chevrolet Automobiles Are Now Down, 5 490 Touring Car 525.00. weajjon of warfare, which was offered &y Eiihu Root, follows: "The use In war of asphyxiating, jwlsonous or analygous liquids or materials or devices having been justly condemned by the general opinion of the civilized world, and a prohibition of such use having been declared in treaties to which a majority of the civilized powers are parties, Other Nations Invited. "Now, to the end that this prohibition shall be universally accepted, as a part of the International law, binding alike the conscience and practice of Japanese and Chinese Delegates The resolution abolishing gas as a Fail to Reach Understanding. Secretary Hughes and Arthur Balfour Will Meet the Delegations Next Monday. Washington, Jan. 9. The Japanese and Chinese delegates, after a final lengthy session, gave up ail hope of reaching an agreement on the terms of the return of the Kiaochou-Tsinanf- u railway and brought to an end their conversations on the Shantung question. Restoration of the railway to China is the very heart of the whole problem. Secretary Hughes and Arthur Balfour, under whose offer of good offices the negotiations had been carried on. were called in by both delegations to mediate. Mr. Hughes and Mr. Balfour, it was announced by Mananao ilauihara, of the Japanese delegation, will meet with the two delegations .Monday. Roadster 525,00. Light Delivery 525.00, - They are are Durable and Easy Running. .. 41 - 9 NElflZ PRICES ON nations, the signatory powers declare their assent to such prohibition, agree to tfe bound thereby between themselves, and Invite all other civilized nations to adhere thereto," The resolution dealing with piratical attacks on merchant vessels reads: "The signatory powers, desiring to Insure the enforcement of the humane rules of existing law declared by them with respect to attacks upon and the seizure and destruction of merchant ships, further declare that any person in the service of any power who shall violate any of these rules, whether or not such person Is under orders of a governmental superior, shall be deemed to have violated the laws of war, and shall be liable to trial and punishment as if for an act of piracy and may be brought to trial before the civil or military authorities of any power within the jurisdiction of which he may be found." "While primarily the foregoing resolution refers to submarine commanders, It was made clear by official spokesmen that It applies with equal force to the officer in charge of any vessel whose conduct comes within the scope of the rule. For example, the commander of a surface vessel acting as a commerce raider, who did not conform to the requirements of visit and searcli and safe provision for passengers and crew would be liable to punishment as a pirate, which Is death. Rearrange Root Resolution. Discussion during the session of the armaments committee, it was announced, developed the necessity of rearranging the Root resolution dealing with submarines so that the one adopted clearly applies only to the previously adopted resolution restating In simple language the five big naval powers' conception of existing law. The resolution on piracy, therefore, loes not apply In connection with the other Root resolutions, adopted yesterday, outlawing submarines as commerce destroyers. The reason given for tills distinction was that the first resolution simply embodies a restatement of what now is recognized as International law. Punishment for violation of that, therefore, may be provided. But the prohibition of submarine attacks on merchant vessels under any circumstances merely is a contractual agreement between the five powers and will not become International law until adonted bv all other nations. PLOT AGAINST MEAT PLANT Mor- BUGGIES AND WACONS. - I. have Mr. Hanihara stated that his delegation made its final proposal. The terms of this proposal, he declared, represented the full length to which instructions from Tokyo permitted them to go. Under these terms, title to the railway would be transferred to China in return for cash payment to be made out of a loan accepted from Japan. The' Ian would run for 15 years, but with an option to China to pay it off any time after five and a half years. Japan would retain control of the management of the line i i i t a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds Rid- at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters I not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. have also a Full Line of General Merchandise. through the retention of Japanese nationals as traffic managers and chief accountant. The demand for chief engineer was relinquished: China has Insisted upon acceptance of cash payment without Involving a loan from Japan. She made an alternative offer, however, to make the payments In installments extending over a period of 12 years, with an option to pay all of the balance any time after three years. The alternative proposal likewise did not Include acceptance of a Japanese loan. Hills of KenMr. Hanihara asserted that the pro- A Funeral in the posed retention by Japan of a financial tucky. interest and operating control of the railway were necessary to protect Japanese interests in the territory served by the road. He pleaded, loo, Editor News: that the arrangement be proposed I wish to refer to ,an article was the same as China had made under the above heading, pubin a number of other Instances. i i lOODSON LEWIS KENTUCKY. I can truthfully say that I learned to love the dear people among whom it was my privilege to labor, and I am indeed very sorry for the grievances which have been caused. I therefore mo3t humbly and sincerely beg the complete and lasting pardon of all who have been grieved by the writing of the above named .article. I beg to remain, Most humbly and sincerely yours, Lela Fern Hoover. Washington, D. C, Jan. 16. publication. The good, tight little city of MaHumhly and sincerely yours, rion, Ohio, does not seem to be V. L. Stump. at all overcome by the fact that it is the home of the Republican. We, the undersigned, whose President. In addition to electnames are familiar to many who ing a Democratic Mayor by a have read the above named ar-- j good round majority in Novem- ticle, wish to inform the readers ber it has jnst pulled off a Jack the article was published with son Day banquet which, accord- out our knowledge or consent. - ing to all accounts, was a hum- We have very much appreciat- mer. Chairman Rouse of the ed the courtesy and hospitality Democratic Congressional Comwith which we have been receiv mittee had a call for a good ed and entertained by the dear speaker from the House to add people of Kentucky, and we luster to the occasion and he se wish to commend the deep inter lected Judge Barkley of Kenest and appreciation with which tucky, who is not only one of the truth has been received by the bes't of after-dinnspeakers the public in the localities in but is a power in debate in Conwhich we have preached the gos-pe- gress, where he is serving hi3fifth term and is the rankingWe wish to further state, that Democrat on the highly imp'or-ta-nt we are very sorry for the Committee on Interstate which have been caused, and Foreign Commerce, than. and for the injustice which has which na committee has grown, by the reflections faster in importance,. If the exbeen done which have been cast upon the pected Democratic Congress is-generous hearted people among elected next November, Judge whom we have labored in the Barkley will head that Commi- tdifferent; communities. .tee. J. N. Hoover, After scrapping the sea craft, M. I;. Dohner, we will scrap the sea graft, land: .. ; Orville B. Ulery, craft. ' .Walter L. Reighard. A doctor says jazz is a germi Well, the air is catchy. The treasury says there are 500.0(H) new peace dollars in "cir-These millionaire movie direct culation. We demand a recount. ori can thank their lucky stars.. J er l. GRJSENSBURG, all who have been grieved by its Alleged Conspiracy to Dynamite ris Packing Concern at Kansas City Revealed. Kansas City, Kan., Jan. 9. An alleged plot to dynamite the Morris & Co. packing plant here was being Investigated by police. Ten men. captured In a raid by a riot squad were , being held in jail. Andrew Craska and "Tony Wasslvickh of Chicago were the rii g leaders of the band, Chief of Police dimmer declared, and were brought here to take charge of operations. Plans had been made to dynamite the plant Monday night, the chief stated. Searcli of the quarters occupied by the men revealed an alarm clock and timing mechanism In a trunk. Argentine Pololsts Buenos Aires, Jan. 9. to- Sail. A polo team - J representing the Argentine Polo federation will sail for England, March 10, to participate In the British polo matches In May. Fifty ponies are being shipped. If the team is successful it contemplates a challenge to American polo players In 1928. lished in a recent issue of this paper, and copied from the Gives Ring Sport Evangelical Governor Groesbeck Visitor, which is a New Lease of Life There published by the Brethren in Must Obey Law. Christ Church. Lansing, Mich., Jan. 9. Boxing In I, the undersigned, am the auMichigan was given a new lease of by Governor Groesbeck, with the thor of the above named article." life .stipulation, however, that it lie conducted in strict conformity with the I have learned of the grievances state laws regulating the sport. This which have Been caused, and 1 means, the governor explained in a I, the undersigned, am the Edconference with Thomas W. Bigger, am very, very sorry for having itor of the Evangelical Visitor in state boxing commissioner, tha.t no written it. more championship prize fights or big openalr exhibitions, such as were held The time which it was my which the above named article in Benton Harbor last year, will In privilege to spend with the evan- was published. I am not persanctioned. The governor made It sonally acquainted with condiclear that the state law penults "box gelistic party in Kentucky was lug matches" as distingirshed from tions as they exist in Kentucky, "prize fights." Athletic clubs that can my first experience in mission pubqualify their bouts as boxing matches work. The customs and condi- and I wish to state that I will be permitted to show under the lished the article without substrict supervision of the state boxing tions were quite different from commissioner. those to which I had been accus- mitting it to the judgment of others who have labored in that BEATEN, TARRED, FEATHERED tomed and made deep impresfield and are familiar with consions on my mind. Alleged Moonshiner Then Chained tc The article when written was ditions there. Pole in Street Corner at Kountze, Tex. not intended for publication, but Since publishing the article I have learned that, in the judgBeaumont, Tex., Jan. 9. D. L. Mat- was written in connection with farmer, indicted literary work assigned to me at ment of the brethren who have thews, as a moonshiner, was beaten and then labored in that part of Kentucky tarred and feathered by a group of the Bible School which I was ' men who met him In the road as he attending. After having writ- the publication of the above was returning to his home. Matthews named article was very unwise. was then taken to Kountze, the coun- - ten it I sent a copy to the office ty seat, where he was chained to a of the Evangelical Visitor with- I have also learned of the un telephone poie on a aowntown corner. pleasant results which have been Padlocks fastened the chains and It out considering the effects it was with difficulty, that he was finally might have on my friends in produced. released. Matthews said he recogI. therefore very much regret nized four members of the party, one Kentucky. Neither was the aran officer. The victim of the attack 14 ticle intended to apply to the en- the publication of the article and under indictment, charged with malQ tire field in which we labored. ImoBt sincerely beg the pardon of ing Uanor. MICHIGAN TO HAVE BOXING fifty-year-old - griev-ance- s " . -- ... J f 'III THEfADAIKCOUNTYEWS jfld&if GoaKty Nevte of the two field artillery centers Camp Bragg, North Carolina, or Published ' OnTuesJay s Camp Henry Knox, . Kentucky. A determined effort of influential i Cokm6iai Kentucky. , leaders will be made, to retain " t E.MURRELL,Z Editor both of these camps, and careful ' 'Man investigation leads to the believe S. DAISYIHAMLETT. that there is little likelyhood of Newspaperldevoted to the In--. removing Camp t A Democratic Knox. -- ignationof Aristide Briand as I Premier of Pnmce w received with almost bombshell effect;, in arms conference circles, the action being considered likely ' to have a great effect on decisions already reached or about to be reached. The belief also was expressed in conference circles that the overturn of the Briand ministry would greatly affect the Genoa economic conference, in which American participation had been invited, and also the present conversations at Cannes. Secretary Hughes announced officially shortly after noon today the fact of Premier Briand's res. ignationto the heads of .several of the armament delegations who were in conference 'with him at the time. The news was received with expressions of --?' dismay. 4 "It is a very grave verit," said the head of one'delegation. m ..JLA. VWWWB-WVmmJk W jl. Jt..fL aa. 'ii. WWWWWWV .m -- . i i 4 WINTER GOODS REDUCED - terast of the city of Columbialand the People and adjoining Counties. ' tt Adair ' t . Catered We are Closing Out at Reduced ' i Prices:-- " - at the Columba Post-offic- e as secoad -- r- aaU matter. tt TUESDAY JAN. 17. ft 1 922- - a rp "a r4 W SUBSCRIPTIOXKPRICEj n Kentucky Sde of Kentucky A.U fl.50 $2.00 Subcrlptlonsare!doe andHPayable In Ad- - vase ANNOUNCEMENTS. roil jtjdgeJcourt or appeals. The Woodrow Wilson Foundation fund campaign started last Monday. Adair county is expected toaubscribe $200 and Mr. J. W., Flowers, Cashier of the Bank of1 Columbia, is in charge. It is a movement to do honor to the man who almost gave his life for his country, and who will live in the memory of his fellow citizens as long as life lasts. It is not a partisan movement, and if you are willing to give a donationsee Mr. JohniW. Flowers. Ladies Coat Suits, Coats, Furs; 'Mens Suits, Over Coats, Underwear, Rubber Goods, Btc.x Anything in Winter" Goods ' 4 1 4 4 at Greatly Reduced Prices. RUSSELL Qfr99"fr9"frQ"frQ"Q"66 & COMPANY. We are authorizedJIto announce Are there npjt 200 men in Adair Judge D. A. McCandless a candidate county who-wil- l give $1.00 each of the Court of Appeals, lor Judge for the Woodrow Wilson FoundaThird District, subject to the action tion fund? He is a man who is of the Democraticlparty, O"Q"644"fr044fr Hsxi W. H. . Bays, Postmaster --General, has resigned from Mr Sardine's Cabinet, having ac- J ' deputed the . .nialbagejhent- - of the un of the Moving Picture industry at a salary ofl$150,000 a year. J Senator Newberry, Republican .gained a seat in the Senate of the United Slates by a majority charged" that hp of 5. A fire of unknown origin broke uras elected by the use of money. out in the Courier-JournOffice Henry Ford was his opponent. building last Tuesday afternoon.. Before the flames could becheck-e-d It is the general opinion that the roof and the two upper the present Legislature will en- floors of the Courier-Journact a law, going back to the old building had been destroyed. way of electing the School SupThe two upper stories were used erintendents, and that High as offices, and the' total loss to School graduates will be entitled and those the Courier-Journ- al to a certificate to teach school. who had rented apartments, is Senator Newberry went before estimated at' three hundred thouthe Senate and made a speech in sand dollars. Notwithstanding iris own defense, He 'declared the great loss and inconvenience came out that he knew nothing of the the Courier-Journlarge amount of money that was next morning on time. spent to secure his election. The building of the Old KenThen the woodcock flew away. tucky Home is growing in inter Judge I. H. Thurman, of est, and it will certainly be a Springfield, one of the best reality. Louisville is the trading known Circuit Judges in the center for all Kentucky and ic is JC State, has been suffering with the place beyond a doubt to build double pneumonia, several doc- it. The Eliabethtown tyew thinks tors and two nurses are, in at- the one at Bardstown is s'uffi tendance. His friend are very cient. The Bardstown Home is anxious concerning his condition. an old mansion and is not . fitted for the purposes that it is intend Both Houses of the Kentucky ed to make the new one. The Legislature have enough business new one is to be built like the before them to keep their time houses the pioneers of Kentucky occupied for two weeks or more. erected out of Crude logs. Louis Dhe rules Committee has made ville is the place for it, and Ken a rullling that all bills must be in tucky will donate the logs. the hands of the committee Roscoe Arbuckle is again on twenty days before the session trial charged with being the closes. cause of Miss Virginia Rapp's Mr. George Wharton Pepper, death. ' The case was called in of Pennsylvania, was appoint- San' Francisco last Tuesday, and ed United States Senator to it is believed, that it will be a fill the place of Bois Penrose, de- longer trial than the 'first. The ceased, until the November elec- State is ably represented and the tion. Mr. Peffer is said to be a defense has several noted Calistrong man intellectually, and fornia lawyers. Arbuckle has an will be a candidate in November immense amount of money, and for the long term. ij; is most generally believed that Many he will be acquitted. The marketing people in Kentucky believe that bill has passed both Houses of he Is guilty. The girl was waythe Kentucky Legislature, aud ward,4 a variety actress, and left Governor Morrow is ready and no money with the living to fight willing to sign the bill. It is said her case. If Fatty is acquitted that this law .will be a great ben- he will continue in the show efit to the tobacco growers business, meet his first audience throughout the State. Farmers with a smile, which will be a as Tho grow the weed should get a much as to say, "I killed only a opy of the bill and read it. woman. It-wa- s in the hearts of the people, and his deeds and ideas, must be maintained. Adair County's al lotment- - is -- $200 -- and Mr. John W. Flowers is in charge. Are there not 200 patriotic men in this county, who will see Mr. Flowers and hand him the dollar. This fund is being raised in honor of the man who almost gave his life for his country. Crocus. - i Mr. and Mrs. Tilford efty left!, Saturday for Bowling Green. Mrs. Sarah Blair, of Glens fork was visiting her daughter, B. S. " Miller Saturday night. .. Miss Mabel Raborn, oPCreels-boro- , I g m m m OUR PRICES RIGHT 1 r r." 3 ( was'visitihg at A. A. ller's last'week. Mi- Mr. Larue Antlehad1 thV misfortune to lose a valuable cow jlast week.5t' & :v. ON -- Li it: " t ; )'J al " - al al John Hughes, of Creelsboro, has moved' liis 'family' to the Claude Jones:farm near here. Laurence Hadley has moved to" the J. A. Turner farm. Robert Wheat, of Greenwood, Ind., is spending the winter with J his mother, Mrs. Bettie Wheat. Manny Irwin and Cufi Blakey have lost three head of good horses with spinal meningitis in the last three weeks. Work in rebuilding the refinery at Creelsboro is progressing and we hope will soon be in running order as it is a great enterprise for this section of the coun- Mens Hats, Caps, Clothing, Shoes, g U HE Shirts and Underwear HLSO Ladies and Children's Dress Goods, m Shoes and Notions. "WE m m m m m m MAKEa SFEOIA-r,T- Y COST try. Program. Program for the 5th Sunday Meeting, to be held at Harrod's Fork Church, Jan. 28 to 29. Saturday A. M., 10:15. Devotional L, S, Morgan. 10:30, election of Moderator. -- 10:40 Does Regeneration effect Carnal Man, if so to what l. effect -J. E. Scott-- , N. L. ?Can-trel- n FURNITURE Davenports. Single and Double Beds, Chairs Etc., Rugs, Carpets, .Mattresses and Blankets SEE US BEFORE BUYING m m m m m s Kg 11:15 Why Do' .Baptist Hold CloBe Communion ? R. Garnett - -- -' Graves,, Adjournment for lunch. Afternoon, 1:30 Devotional H. T. Jessie. 1:45 Should Every Baptist ? Church have a Sunday-SchoE. H. Henderson, I, M. Grimsley. 2:00 What Constitutes Bible Baptism Joe Smith, J. E. Scott. 2:30 The Best Method of Dealing with Absent Membership H. T. Jessie, C. A. Thomas. Sunday Forenoon. Noon ol m mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmwmmmwmmmmwm , Neatsburg. The first of the year is here, and oar nerves are getting over the shocks and surprises of so many Weddings, too numerous to mention. If "there is anything in the old adage this year will be a hard one for sure. Charlie Bryant and J. Jti. Grant made a business trip to a few days ago. , A. large crowd attended the the sale of J. R. Beards de? ceased. We are sorry to learn that Judge Rollin Hurt will not be, a candidate for . The recent rainsand freezes . K Camp-bellsvil- le v re-electi- liohonev v". is: Dohonev (Successors to AL.BIN MURRAY) ng are getting the roads muddy Wanted. again. It is a shame that we have'nt better roads than we Wanted. Agents to sell Monuments have. We have the material and for Old, Reliable Firm, Eastablished 1876 Apply a good place to build them. OthJohnVernia &Son, er counties have the material Xew Albany, Ind. shipped in to make roads. l2-4t 10:15Devotional"H. 10:30-T- M. Stotts Duty of Church to s-Pastor Joe Stotts. L. Cantrell. 11;00 Sermon-- N. for Lunch. by C. A. 1:30 P. he Noon-Adjournm- ent M.-Se- rmon Mr. Jessie Sapp has purchased Chicago man who claims relaa shingle rig and will do custom tives robbed him of his two work except on grind days. 'Mr. Carlie Bryant has the thanks of your scribe for some very fine phonograph music which Jie brought down last Sunday night. Mr. C. M. Herriford will move to Knifley in the near future where he will go in the mercantile business. didn't know much about keeping. The boll weevil cost the south $400,000,000 last year. It would pay better to keep chickens. Farming was the occupation of half the popiilafionof France before the war, i Thomas. Mrs.. Bettie Cole, who was eighty-od- d years old, an aunt of Mrs. Gordon BR1ANDS RESIGNS. There has been r some talk, at Cheatham, this place, died at Washington-tha- t Washington, Jan. 11. (By the War De- 'county, last Thurs-" apartment should dispose of one the Associated Press.) The res- - day. Baker-torvCumberla- - j -v -V S5 HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mrs. Daisy Hamlett and her little Attention Is called to the First "daughter, Margaret, left" Friday National Bank statement in to day's morning to visit Mrs. Harriett's News. Hiss Julia Eubank is visiting friends parents at Elisabethtpwn. Leaving in Calhoun, Ky. Cele's airtight heater, practically Elizabethtown, they will go to Louis-vil- la Mr. T. E. JefferJes was quite sick for a visit with relatives new. Call News Office. .several daystfaSt'tveek. and friends. Will be absant about , Mr. John Lee Walker had a growth Hiss, Christine Nell is visiting ten days. removed from his ' nose last week. frlendsjn Bowling Green. The operation was performed in Mr. T. R. Stults is in Louisville and COMMISSIONER'S SALE. PERSONAL !tf aWHMtf $&Saii HiJMtftf MM ra!f!i!nnHnfiiti!!!fimfii!!ff!i!!!!in!!nii!!mn!Hmmn!i!!n!HHii!nmi!iHi; IB IBBr. few-day- s Frankfort onlspecial business. Miss Thetis Williams has gone to THE COMMONWEALTH OF Bowling Green, to enter school. KENTUCKY CLINTON CIR- Goft Bros. Store Prices Back To 1914. ye are offering a Big Selection of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Hosiery, Underwear, Etc., Very Low Prices. ) i Mr. H. A. Sanders, Catnpbellsville, was here a day or two last week. Fannie Barger Pltff ) Mrs Junius Hancock, who some V Notice of Sale YERSUS Mrs. Albla'.Eubank returned from a Alice White Defc ) etal days ago, accidentally fell over a rock visit to Louisville a few days ago. By virtue of a Judgment and order ing chair, breaking two of her ribs, Mr. Rollin Browning and his son, of sale of the Clinton Circuit Court has about recovered. Willard, are here, from Louisville. rendered at the September Term All Ten-cearticles 8c at Racket vis- thereof 1921, in the above 'cause, I Mrs. A. L. Mell, of Bardstown, Store. ited relativeslin Columbia last week. shall proceed to offer for sale at the CoMri Jas. H. Newman, Carrollton, Court House door in' the town of See Mrs. Emma Jones for sewing. bidU-Ky., was inJColumbla last Wednesday. lumbia, Kentucky, to the highest der, at public auction, on Monday the Mr. Archie Holt has moved to LouisSixth day of February, 1922, at One r Mr. Stanley Epperson has purchased ville where he expects to be employed. o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being the stock of goods owned by- - )gillis Mr. W. B. .Southall, of Lebanon, County Court Day,) upon a credit of Bros., and is now doing business on was at the Jeffries Hotel last Sixmontfls, the following described the corner. He sold his stock of goods day. property, One certain tract,of in the basement of Russells & Co.'s Mr. M.s'O. Allen, of Burkesville, land lyingr-dAdair County, Ken- store to Mr. N. B. Kelsey, who will .was at the Jeffries Hotel a day last tucky, on the "waters of Russell's continue to conduct a store ; at the x ' Creek', and bounded and described as said stand. week- : Beginning at a stone Miss Jennie McFarland left on her follows, Cane Granulated Sugar at the Rack"- - return trip to Indianapolis, Monday. on. trie Southeast side of ""' et Store.. only 61. .'--Acre farm and corner to Hattie morning. We learn that the little Arnold girl Mr. V. Svllivan, ofiParis, Ky., was Stapp and N. E. Young, thence N. 64 E 85 poles (old survey N..J51 E ) to a who was very badly hurt at Cane Val-lehere, with his family, the latter part ' stone in W. CK Acja line, thence with by the upsetting of a buggy, the of last wjgek. W. C Acre-linand passing h5orner horse attached to irJ becoming scared Mrs. Georgia? Crenshaw, who has and intersecting ,$Mont Grider's line at an automobile and running away, been quite sicklforajwccfti is said to survey N. 29 overturning the vehicle, is bnsider-abl- y be some better. W.) to a stone in said Grider's line, better. Mr. B. A. Burress, insurance agent, thence S. 64 W. 85 poles to a stone, was here a few days since. He reside thenc&'S.E. 561 poles (old survey The girl basket ball team; of the Campbellsvlile. in S. 29 E.) to' the beginning, containing Graded school went to Campbellsville Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell and Mr. thirty (30) acres, being land conveyed last Friday afternoon. After supper John Lee Walker were in Louisville for to Frank J. Barger, now deceased, by they engaged a school team in an inW. AyOoffey; M. C , on the 23rd day teresting game. They we re defeated, a few days list .week. came home iau fine spirits. We Messrp, ueqJ&jL Renfro and fAir D. oi$eptember,'1914k.the deed to said but t?yv.Demg oi. recora, m tne Aaair have not been ' informed line exact. Campbell, Louisville, were in Colum- lanu score- County Court Clerk's Office in bia a few dayslago. Book No. 5, page No. The Board of Supervisorsvfdi Adair x Mr. T. B.- - Cravens, of Tompkinsville, 278 Said land to bersold as 'designat- county are now being summoned. spent severaldays of last week with ed and described as' the second tract The following gentlemen make up the his parents, in Columbia. In the petition and judgment in the Board: I. C. Breeding, G. frgRusaell, Mr. Charles Sanders, brother of Mr. I;.' above styled action.' For the pur- C. C. Hindman, John W. Reece, Jo in- - the , Cortez Sanders, who has been chase price, the purchaser must exeWest for several years, is here, on a cute bond, with approved securities, Roaenbaum, Stephen Absher. Horace Jeffries. The Board will meet the visit. bearing legal interest from the day of eecond Monday in March. "' ' Mrs. R. A.J Myers, of Monticello, is sale, until paid, and having the force here, to belwithtfier aunt, Miss Ellen and effect of a Judgment. Bidders It is reported that the largest still Burton, who has been very sick for-te- will be prepared to comply promptly captured in Kentucky, so far, was days. found in Marion county, last week, with these terms. Mr. W. G.tRobinson, who is connectWitness my hand this 29th day of about ten miles from Loretta. It was- - manufacturing three -- hundred ed with the department at Frank- December, 1921. and dollars worthy of whisky per-da-y, J. G. Smith, fort, was in Columbia a few days of Master Commissioner Clinton Circuit the outfit was valued at 81,500. last week. Court. Mrs. FloralFrazer, who 1s 2t nt 3t to-wi- My Duroc registered boar is ready for service. 31.00 at the Gate. Richard Shirley, Jr. CUIT COURT 12-- 1 at : 3 3 3 Special Bargains in Mens and Bos Suits and Rain Coats. Ladies Coats, Dresses, and Misses and Childrens Dresses, Underwear, Night Gowns, Pajamas, Etc -- Some Prices Lower Than - 1914. ' . A . Pull and Complete Stock of Bargains. Mail Orders Have OurSpecial Attention. t: 3 n -- Goff, Bros. Store. ithtlUliUlttUtlUtUUIUltitiillUiUiUltllUiilittlttiiMlUUttUUitiUUUilliUlUlil; 1 to-wit- ithe.C. y, e HSi2lHg. l!linlgggig$t&SHE "fr9"fr4 N.W.piolold -- at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. ii. Palteson, has been very jsick for the past week. Mr. H. T.'.Baker left for Knoxville Saturday morning. He was accompanied by his litttle nephew; Herschel Baker Jones. Mr. W. P. Summers, of Glendale, a former citizen of Columbia, was here last week, visiting his daughter, Mrs. O. C. Hamilton. Mr. J. H. Ritchey, of Burkesville, ,was here the latter part of last week. ed school and 34 for Lindsey. A few A. B. Cox. TJpon his return his daughter, Miss around and see what a good time the --goodlooking ones have all the time. nightsbefore this game Jamestown Allene, who, visited here several weeks Men seek them out and ask them to defeated the Graded School team 3b The News $1.50 in Ky, accpmpanied.him. 33.' parties, dances .and entertainments. to Miss Jennie Garnelt left the first of And notice that it is not the doll-fac- e Mr. F. B. Cox, 81 years old, a solthis week for Franklin, Ky., where type real men like most, but the dier in the Confederate army, died at she will visit her sister, Mrs. J. P. girl with "pepv and happy Greensburg last Wednesday. Scruggs. Leaving Franklin she will good nature. Any girl who Is tired I visit at several other points. North Columbia.. and languid and has a poor complexion one eleven Cigarettes Mr. E. T. Kemper and Mr. Charles and dull eyes can improve her condiT. Boss,, of Beckley, West Va., passed tion and be far happier if she will Russell Creek has been very through Columbia last Thursday on simply take Gude'a n un- high several times lately their way to Cumberland county til she has put her blood into good Mr. James Suddarth and Mr. m r Tf where the spent several days. condition. Bed blood means "full of MHhHfe?5?1r t.rM r' 'W toWvii and "full of life" usually means George Smith delivered their Mr. Geo. H. Palmer, a well known life" to-'((Sm bacco E. Keltner at a fair happiness. 0f Wili uvm oil man whose home is in Cleveland, ki n Try Gude's and see price. . n Ohio, and who is about how much better you feel. Doctors Columbia, arrived lasc week. Mr. Ernest Cundiff and others is . red-blood- John Squires had the misfortune to break one of ,his New iYear resolutions, the other day. Mrs. Bftura .Smith spent last yyeek with her mother, who lives at Fairplay. mm Several of4.the boys,crossed the ttii Buying your Gasoline at Home, where it is" Proswamp' last Sunday evening. duced, Refined ana Sold by a Company ; Mr. W. has been in Their Money1 in Developing your County; poor health several weeks. rather 1 Gfva.it a trial and Buy CUMBERLAND After reading the story of KING GASOLINE, also try their KERO- Daniel in the Lion's Den, Uncle SINE. Sold by their Agets nt Columbia, Rus- sell Springs, Dunnville and other points. Joe became so enthused that he said he would be willing to go Write of Phone to the pen with John xight in Oil Squires old sow and pigs and C. J. Davidson, Mgr. fight the old sow fist and skull Creelsboro, Kentucky without any weapons. We would suggest the following program for ground hog day exercises to be held at the mouth of Pelham, Feb. 2. Welcome address; Sam Pollard. Song: B'g Eyed Rabbit Soup. Spirella Corsets Reduced. I Realize Money: is Scarce, and in order to Clean Up the remainder of my Slocfc.. Rhue Squires. SHE IS and last until Feb'. ?sic-- 1 Address: The Groundhog as a I am going'to give you some Bargains, beginning Buy your corset before. you begin s Goods. 922. I will list a few Bargains of your spring sewing. A properly se- neighbor. Bill Hood. "FULL OF PEP" Ball Band and Firstone Rubbers. lected and adjusted corset sometimes Address the Groundhog as a $4.00 Rubber Shoes $2.75. $3.50 Rubber Shoes $2.50. $4.50 Over Shoes THEY SAY changes the waist line. warrior. Sefgent Joe Williams, $3.00. $5,00 Over Shoes, hleh top, $3.10. $6.00 Rubber Boots $430i. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, have a full slock of Rubbers all reduced. Still have a Big Slock oh Mens Hejssy U. S. A. retired. Shoes reduced at least one half- - Best Dress Ginghams 15c per yd. . Spirella Corsetiere. Debate: Which is the greatest She is and Gay and n and the Graded invention the sausage mill or the The is Always Ready for a Good School basket ball teams met in the cracklin, squeeze? Leonard Mur-re-ll Cane Valley, Kentucky. Gym of the former last Wednesday Time. and George Smith. night, and played before a good audiBanjo Solo: Shorten .Bread. Why Is a girl popular? Look ence. The result was 48 for the Grad- 444&& Svhb-spen- Patronize Homrtfctiryr : - -- & The Carnahan Refinin.Go 4 QmQ0444 BIG REDUCTION SALE to-d- ay First-clas- ' Good-Lookin- g " Lindsey-Wilso- . Mi. S1VLTTH Pepto-Manga- 1 Pepto-Manga- LATiLE fire-resistin- ROOFING -- ' well-know- -- - have used It' nearly thirty years for haved turned a considerable n people. It helps weak, them get well. Sold in 6oth liquid amount of sod land. This will be Mr. J. M. Frazer, of Danville, was and tablet form. Advertisement. a great h'elp to them in case of a here Saturday and Sunday, to see his late spring. mother, who is quite sick. Mr. Fraser Last Friday was a snowy, disagreeMiss Delia Smith got bitten by was born and reared in Columbia, and able day. a large hog which she was carryr his friends, who had the pleasure of meeting him, were glad to shake his The snow put spirit into the boys ing from one field to another but and they had a glorious time hunting fortunately she was not badly hand. said that he is here to make preparations for drilling. run-dow- It Vhree .v Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLBY Theperfect blend of the three perfect cigarette tobaccos c TURKISH one eleven -- in one perfect cigarette Corbett Breeding,of Little Rock, Ark., who visited relatives in Adair county, left for hia home last week. He staeed that Adair county people who live in his city were doing well. They all have employment and wagss are good. MrT rabbits. A feeble minded daughter, 33 years old, of Jo McGaha, this place, died hurt. lifr. Henry Willis says he has just finished reading "Mother Goose" and he considered it the deepest work of fiction he had -.ever read. ' . cigarettes 7htyJhvjCca.t!ieed -- last Sundaylnight. Several cases of mumps in towni Keep your children in. 15fo20 k IBM . is safer for roofing and siding. The average roll of Lastile Roofing is from 75 to 80-mineral matter. That makes it easy to understand why it is so enduring and so The surface is protected with crushed, slate which oT course is spark-proo- f. , Fire underwriters place Lastile in Class C near the ton. of the eight classifications. , , You can have Lastile finished with red or green slate. Besides being safe and extremely durable, Lastile iV the-mos- t attractive kind of roll roofing you can lay, cost, easy to apply and requires no painting. Letis low im us know ? how much surface you have to cover. " g. l I ' f : DAVIS HARDWARE CO Kentucky. 34& . FIFTH AVE. nw Twnn bin Columbia, mo v ' MFKOVID APSIR COUNTYiNjSWS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL fytrat the;acrld, choking gas which peering out of Its shell and got a the shafthouse could scarcely be glimpse of the damage done by the initial thunderbolt. We saw it without vcaSSsd air. ""Dynamite that's what they fetched any trouble: a great hole torn In the Sis. iSat wagon !" gurgled the old man sheetiron roof directly over the hoist sags2nr-SiQe- , and shaft mouth. Knowing, the use and I could have shouted 2rSH:3oy t the mere sound of his voice, and effect of explosives pretty well, bomb had gone skc It was an assurance that he Daddy said that theexploded before off prematurely; had It HvtHrCt been killed outright. "ETs only a question of a little time, had fairly lighted upon the roof. zDaildy," I prophesied. "What "If It hadn't If it had been layln' said yesterday that Bullerton on the roof when it went off we ;??jo. -possession up ve?d try to getproperty no without wouldn't be lookln' my at that hole longe? right now, Stannle, Xezsroying the son. We'd be He has evidently decided moggln' up the golden stair and Wa636rgood. wiiaEfc we've got to be ousted, even at how much farther It was to the e &e expense of building a new New Jerusalem, and what kind o' and Installing new machinery. harps they was goin' to. give us when SEJis7 Jias'lte changed his mind, when we got there. We sure would." KieSrnows fliat he could starve us out We didn't keep our heads ut very sffcist'few days?" long. While we were staring up at "5 teen thlnkln' about that, right the hole and at the patch of sky besaStncedly, Stnnnte. Shouldn't wonder yond it, a small dark object with a SIC .KUiiethl0"s in the wind somethln' smoke-blu- e comet's tall trailing bee'.'aon't'bnow-about." hind It crossed our line of sight, and 3faen there's another thing," I put we ducked and held our breath or at aati. --HSnpposlng.vjust for the sake of least, I held mine. The crash came uscsmnent, tliat our rst cuess was almost immediately, and It was foladftfrX : that he did take Jeanie .t lowed In swift. succession by a second -- feogels three days ago7 and that they and a third. Luckily, none of the 'married there. 5Tou know your three hit the shaft-housnor, Indeed, Saogliter, Daddy, and I know her, a fell very near to It; and this uncerAtoSe. Nobody but an idiot would tainty of aim told us where the attack she'd live with Bullerton as was coming from. The bomb throwJiais vife ffor a single minute if he ers were posted somewhere on the jssgKesJhiiuself your murderer." steep slope of the mountain above us; y to a the slope which I have described as '' ?! isnre does look uTiau iip a tree," admitted the stout running up from the brink of the oil tighter. abrupt cliff overlooking the mine "I'm hanging on to the little hope plant. F?i& a dog to a root, Daddy," I "They'll get the range, after a ""Jf J can only keep on while." Daddy grunted. "And when not married, I can put they do, I reckon It'll be good-by- , fair iwqp-belter fight, or be snuffed out if world, for a couple of us and one 73L Esave to be with a good few less you, mighty good dog. I'm Stannie. son, the shot that comes SSat tat this . the old man, who, no down through that hole fixes us Wmxg&r ago than the yesterday, had Sufferin' Methusaleh! what- rwmed to lean definitely toward the JMK--4. with the partial, lighten.as If the solid earth were split- - coming,-an- d SSc tro, and the air was filled with ing of the Inner gloom, d we craned, our turtle fragments and splinters. AuyI necks like a double-heade- SundaySchoot 1 Berea College in Cimpilgn ?l,000,000. tl Gtt ;i, -- -- shaft-Jfttms- -- .vk e, thal-awa- bellev-jihgrtiiat'tliey- a EStsart-burnuigs- ." srwfaanrlage -- hypothesis, suddenly any-rtfefo- -- 5annsea front. "Don't you go to bankln' on like that. Stannic, son," be said ric .ji rtone of deep adiscouragement -liar, from the 3nntiey BUllerton's p&ire thew' they make liars for e and 'tain't goin' to be no trick ;jvrri? for him to make Jeanie, and a Tijifu.' uKier folks, b'lievethat vt lTwen 'oiirWiVeV "iipwitlT our own dfipraamite. .No, sir; don't you go to is ll-csfi'- , ?5iJnV.oir Ihaf."" "T15a ," you do believe that Jeanie -- there ain't nothing else he asserted dolefully. "for yourself, son: she's 'rEs:-at"-i- t ihees. gone three whole days. If she :.JSsrt.sone with him and the good :X&9fiIy "knows where else she could .35mrae gone; don't you reckon she'd 'vc Pheesx. 'back iiere long afore this? No, StKT1e- - sve been lettln' the 'wish It "WB5CTaam away with the "had to be. 1 eze&z& we just got to grit our teeth. sMfsnd tough It out the best we can." Elsottag this waiting interval, which i imi'1 "in hours and was probably 3trigrta "few minutes, we were expecting another crash. It did of time zsmexsza&i but in('due-OursEiOoks like TeQlTia-beliexei momen--.tariTce -- RKVvitlr Bullerton?" JaP mmmr. VBHIIfMf w Berea, Ky., Dec. 17. Increase in the maximum salary of 0 D. D., (By REV. P. B. PITZWATtK, a year paid to full professors Teacher of English Bible in the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) and in the pay of assistant proCopyright, 1922, Western Newspaper Union fessors and teachers, and the ' LESSON FOR JANUARY 22 meeting of immediate needs of the institution and pupils, are ELIJAH'S FLIGHT AND RETURN. the aims of a campaign now unLESSON TEXT I Kings der way to raise $1,000,000 for GOLDEN TEXT I waited patiently for unto me, and Berea College, the Lord; and he inclined an institution heard my cry. Ps. 40:1. REFERENCE MATERIAL Ezek. founded solely for the education Acta PRIMARY TOPIC God Sends an Angel of "American Highlanders" to Help Elijah. JUNIOR TOPIC God Strengthens Eli- from the southern states. The jah. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC fund known as "Berea College Jehovah's Champion Encouraged. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Necessity Fund" is being raised Finding and Finishing Our Task. under the direction of officials This lesson story proves Elijah to and alumni of the institution have been a man of like passions n we are (Jas. 5:17). witfbfhe advice of an advisory Upon 1. Elijah's Flight (vv. consisting of notable men Ahab's return from the excitement on board Mount Carmel, he told his wife all and Women from all parts of the that Elijah had Hone that even all her prophets had been hewn to pieces United States. by the sword. This so enraged her Berea was founded in 1855 for that she sent a message of death to Elijah, who seems to have been wait- the purpose of providing educa ing at the gate (vv. 1, 2). This was Kenclearly a bluff on Jezebel's part. tion for mountaineers of Elijah had courageously tucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Though stood before the king and the priests Virginia, Georgia, Alabama and of Baal, he now cowered before this woman and fled for his life. He seems North Carolina. It has never to have failed at his strongest point. charged students any tuition and 1. Elijah under the juniper tree The juniper tree was a even in the present days of high (vv. Shrub of the desert which afforded shelter and protection to travelers prices board is provided for stu from the burning sun by day and the dents at $2.75 a week and it Is cold wind by night. (1) His request-(v- . 4). This was that he might die. said that students can live at the This was, no doubt, a foolish thing for college for nine months fur $150 him to say, but let us bens considerate toward him as was God. The of which it is possible for him to discouragement, and even desponden- earn $50 by working ten hours a cy, of Elijah was due to the nervous strain of about four years of unusual week on the college farm. Twenservice for- God, which culminated ty ..per cent of the students earn on Mount Carmelf "Such nervous reaction is to be expected. (2) God's all of their expenses during the (a) He tender treatment (vv. another twenty per gave him sleep (v. 5). "He glveth year and His beloved sleep" (Psa. 127:2). (b) cent use summer earnings for He sent an angel to cook Elijah's expenses. Fifty-sevemeal (vv. 6, 7). Theangel of the Lord school Is usually understood to be the sec per cent of the remainder are ond member of the Holy Trinity. If There , this be correct, then we see Jehovah-Jesu- s partly preparing food for His servant were 2,584 students in Berea Elijah, as He afterward did for His discouraged disciples by Galilee (John College last year. Lesson 19:1-2- 1. 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"Gimme fli' ax, Tom, till all is the folks down yonder at 'Tro-pi- a open the door an' have a about, to let all this i.TgnTrrt nf venu" bangin' and whangln' go on up here Jaiaa; at that moment a submerging without comin' up to find out what's of depression surged over me makin' it?" vtsH. jshoved me down so deep that 1 Atropia that I remembered was aitofcti)0slb1y if Bullerton had called so The nearly moribund that I didn't wonmE-.sana demanded our surrender I der it wasn't making any stir in our nfwinrtil have been tempted to tell him behalf; so, when a few pattering rifle liirn&A was not so much of a hog as shots which seemed to originate on ; 3Siiio. know I had enough. But the great bench below began to sift man squeezed In beside me in among the bomb echoes, X took It boiler plate was made that Bullerton had divided his force -"betten fiber ;;ie was game to the and was trying to rattle us two ways Esssclb.air.iin ."his bearS. With a wild- - at once. As for that, however, the his Winchester bigger bombardment kept us from .H&jfc position and fired once, twice, speculating very curiously upon anydoor, as rapidly as he thing ifiaxse, t-the else. Two more of the giant reloading lever. crackers had fallen to the right of us, A. spattering fusillade was the reply one of them into the wreck of the vrcJ2ils, but the aim was bad and the blacksmith shop, to send up a spout-- i jaig- "result was "to set the air of our ing volcano of scrap which fell a prison fortress to buzzing as if a ond or so later in a thunderous rain; xsesoxm of angry bees had been turned and then. . . . 'ifmaozon us. After this, the raiders For a flitting instant it seemed as if "jtfBaarew, so we judged ; at all events, it inust drop squarely in front of the vfifse silence of the dark hour before. Iron shield under which we were -rEbreak shut down upon us again, jammed In which case even the un di3 once more we had space In which dertaker wouldn't have been needed s&b feather our minds," as Daddy put not any whatsover, as Daddy Hiram would have said. But at the critical f- E maybe a dastardly confession of point in its flight th& hurtling thing -- aw&kneiJs to admit it, but I am free to "ticked" the top of the hoist frame sKy that the prolonged struggle was and its downward course was deflect3SDOjdally undermining my nerve. If ed the needed causing lanierton had .made- up his mind to it to come down beyond the machinrxEtSte off the loss of the mine buildings ery, and not on our side of things. .aad .machinery, It was" a battle lost for Nevertheless, we were cowering In ansME. "Tt could be only a question of a ticipation of a blast which would most rTSatalleJime, and .enough daylight to likely heave the entire machinery agttiie bombers to throw straight, gregation over bodily upon us when .raaofft-wsliould be buried In the wreck the explosion came. shaftliouse and liolst and We saw the belching column of in a good, flame and gas going skyward beyond privilege of stand-ufight. the machinery barrier, taking a full 5Q1 of this I hastily pointed out to half of the roof with It, as if the blast " 5addy. Hiram, adding that, for Jeanle's had come from the mouth of a giganno better reason, he ought. tic cannon. We were dazed and deafsaSteiif-wfo:g& take 'his vChance of staying upon ened by the shock, and half choked arth. As long as I live I shall by the fumes, but neither of us was rcilwajs have a high respect for the so far gone as not to hear distinctly h man. The prolonged and rumbling crash like the losath of a prospector was fairly Berserk, thunder of a small Niagara, coming a aKEtfrioaniing at the mouth, and short after the smash! 3S dragging him out by main strength "The shaft !" shrilled Daddy Hiram, ;3eere was .no way of making him let In a thin, choked voice; "It went off And, sayl down In the shaft I Hb, --sir; 1 done promised your what-all'- s to that we're jjan'paw 'at Td stand by for him, and now I" When paid me .inoney for doln' TO BE CONTINUED hellions get this nere mine, dig a holesomewheres 're goin' to ggwi 3)ury me afterward," was all I . Incidentally there is one who get out of him. We were not given very much more seems to have no trouble getting for discussion, or for anything a job the experienced sc. The first fnjnt graying dawn was -- wwtSheard.a stir.ontsicle and then -- -- frKd or T -- MKan-yelVhe'hunched vcnaa-punjp't'h- e - -- -- -- - -- hair's-breadth- ," - en-t3i- e -- athe d, wlth--iant..- tlj-In- g 1iTa-fashione- p r God again gave him sleep, 21:19). Berea provides training of all and at the proper time again gave him Though Elijah wanted to die. kinds. The food. mountain boy -- or God hafi something better for him. the school for in a later day He met him with girl can come to of the Lord" and took the "chariot and learn farming, nursing, him to heaven untouched by death. woodworking, and in fact any2. Elijah at Horeb (vv. Elijah In (1) God's interview with thing that is of use in normal the cave (vv. 9, 10). (a) God's quescollege department tion (v. 9). "What doest thou here, life. The Elijah?" This was a stinging rebuke, who expect to though most kindly given. It Implied trains teachers messenger was work in mountain schools. that His appointed now far away from the field of duty. . According to Marshall Elijah was not where God wanted him, but God sought him where he was. Vaughan, secretary of the colHow blessed to know that "A saint Is not a lege, Berea has been financed saint!" (b) Elijah's answer (v. 10). Elijah tried to vindicate himself by during the past 28 years entirely asserting his jealous loyalty to God-t- hat by the personal solicitation of In spite of all this the people not only rejected his message funds by former President Willhad and dishonored God. but had sought iam Goodell Frost and one or two to destroy him. (2) God's interview associates. During that time with Elijah on the Mount (vv. While standing before the- - Lord on forty-fiv- e new buildings have the mount, God caused a mighty demonstration of wind, earthquake have been added and the student and fire to pass before him to show body increased from 354 to 2,675 unto him the nature of the work which he had been doing for God, and to and the number of workers and show him what was lacking In. Ids 23 to 143' The work for the fullest attainment of teachers from Elijah had about him much cost of educating ea'ch student is . success of the whirlwind, earthquake and fire. His work had been terrifying and $114.50 a year more than he pays alarming, but It lacked In gentlei-esand this year more than 500 stuand love. dents were turned away. Sever II. Elijah's Return (vv. Though ' Elijah had erred, God al old stores are used to house brought him again into His service. How comforting to know that God different departments and the does not. reject His servants becnuse women's gymnasium formerly of their failures in times of despondency ! He deals with them after the was a barn. Dormitory space motive of their hearts. Elijah, was also needed. nourished and instructed by the Lord is high mission. God and then sent on a The campaign has been enHe took Elijah Is a fine psychologist. out of himself by giving him a new dorsed by President Harding. The most healing mincommission. advisory committee consists Is that of work. Many bereaved The istry ones have been lifted out of them- of the following men and women: selves by active ministry to others. Before God would come in His chariot Gov. Henry J. Allen, of to take Elijah home, He set him upon James M. Beck, New York; a threefold ministry: 1. To anoint Hazael king over Syria Albert J. Beveridge, of Indiana; (vj 15). H. Bennett, Rich2. To anoint Jehu king over Israel Miss Belle ' (v. 1G). Ky.; Rev. Nehemiah mond, 3. To anoint EUsha as his own sucBoynton, Brooklyn; William Jencessor (vv. God.-forsakiGod-forsak11-14- A Splendid Offer. Here is a proposition we make to eaders who want a city paper, but do not want a daily: We will furnish HENRY W. DEPP, rBasro?isT Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. All Work the Adair County News and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in Kentucky. To subscribers living in other States 32.40. The is one Twice-a-week Globe Democrat cf 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 papers, call or send m your subscrip- Guaranteed Office: next door to rost office. tion at once. ). Res. Phoce 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A L. H. Office Dr. J. -- N Murrell Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist s Jones 1 of a Special attention g iven Disease Domest'"1 Animals DENTISTlV a. Re - mi e of own, or own road s 15-18- ). Office, Front Rooms Jeffries'BTdg. Columbia, Ky UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY I W. A- W Coffey KY. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Office Second Floor, Court House, West Side .Adjoining Court Room. New York; Lt. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, Washington, D. C.;j Oscar S.. Straus, New York; Chief Justice William Howard Taft, Washington; Rt. Rev Charles D. Williams, Detroit, Mich. ; Rev. Cornelius Woelfkin, COLTTMBr-A.- . m 19-21- ). mild-manner- ' -- Xe it -- Never talk with any man, or undertake any trifling employment, merely to pass the time away; for every day well .spent may become a "day of salvation," and time rightly employed is an "acceptable time." And remember that the time thou trlflest away was given thee to repent In, to pray for pardon of sins, to work out thy salvation, to do the work of grace, to lay Medill McCormick, Chicago; Gov. up against the day of judgment a treasure of good works, that thy time Edwin P. Morrow, Frankfort; may be crowned with eternity. Jere-- Time Rightly Employed. New York and Daniel B. Wentz, Philadelphia. , nings Bryan, Lincoln, Neb.; William J. Hutchins is presiJohn W. Davis, Clarksburg, dent of Berea College. Charles W. Eliot, Cambridge, Mass.; Rev. George A. One time you certainly pay as Boston, Mass.; Miss Gordon, you ride on a Caroline Hazard, Peacedale, R. you go is when I.; Luke Lea, Nashville, Tenn.; train W.-Va.;.D- . r a Used 40 8ars GARDU Tin Woman's Tciic 1 my TayJr. Thin people are said to be the hardest workers, but fat onM Rt. Rev. William T. --Manning, say that's why they are thin. Sold EvtfywiMra m V ADAIR COUNTY NETS THE NEWS T T ALLIES TAKE UP RESIGNATION OF The Remembrance of Cyist Day. rj. i REPARATIONS BEST IN5N OF THE NEWS BOILED DOWN TO LIMIT. ARRANGED Christmas DEVALERA HELD UP Written from Big Eim by J. A. TRT. Irish President Indicates He Will On that sad- night, the pnwiiBi Quit Unless Republic night, the blessed- - SavionawScs Is Maintained. c - 1922 In itor Both Belgians and French Are -Opposed to Moratorium for Germany. the sacred-emblemati- FOR BUSY PEOPLE DEFEAT OF TREATY FEARED PUN Supreme TO REDUCE PAYMENTS Council Meeting at Cannes, France, Considers New Scheme-Belg- ium Insists on Priority of 2,500,000,000 Notes Covering Most Important Happenings of the World Compiled In Briefest and Most Succinct Form for Quick Consumption. MacNeill Reads Motion in Dail Declaring Ireland to Be a Sovereign State Deriving Its Power From People's Sanction. giving'thanks he brake, sajCT.s: eat, this is my body brokena T&sr the sina of men, for memoes. c5T your suffering Lord, unto &&. rite attpnd. Often .as you shall seel remembse-3my sufferings, Oh then reroenr ber me. Likewise,, the- - cbssw The blessed Lord unto his fott&ss' era gave saying, this is the in my blood shec" the world from sins for this wine is pcssafS and thus should you ofteo s5gi brate the sufferings- of ouir ik-iuntil witB2o:ra I'll drink Kingdom I aBaS" in my Father's drink it new. To the gardsG? r Gethsemane the sorrowing? came and in deep agouj sif soul invoked his Father's mis -roh Father if it be thy wil ?& move this cup from me;:yeC: :3sc my will but thine be doner zK&sr and eternally. Then, there aj peared to strengthen him an sir-- gel from the sky r while proeSasrt instill in sorrow sleep the cTimmTii three did liej.in agony moimam-nestl- y he praised unto hi Cwfc: while sweat came falling, twitiei ground great drops - oiFj btowl-The- n came the murderous. TirTT titude with dashing- staves- aratX swords and Judas,-- the arcE with a kiss and honegSs words and roughly lay tBaar wicked hands on God's' belimfSI Son, and take into theover jc&ment hall. The only sinless? srk forsaken by his followers, detiS ed by his foes, stands there meek lowly one, the mas 1? grief and woes. Reviled axrSi upon.- aaiSl mocked and spit scourged and crucified,- zEi thus my soul, the Lord of Jife and truth for you hath- ctisU The sun his head ini darkness hides, earth trembles to'frercojre. The temple's vail is rent in twine that ne'er was rent before (The burial) oh what a flood' jf' grief was there. What angmsJai and what fall dismay, Arimathean tomb his bod? tfijgy convey; Throughout Ju&fesTfc Sabbath day,daughters wept. While- jorxDift the tomb- by day and night guard a strict watch kept. OSfcy; angel of the Lord comes d6T?3? . and rolls the stone awayu heaven's splendors for :&; crown is clotted in bright arz-FjThe lightning flashed about" 3ss head, his raiment white as sncm. The trembling keepers fall a&s .thiB-isss--blem Ioafaa 3 The State $2.00 Out Of The State The Courier-Journ- al The Times Or Post AND THE NEWS ONE YEAR FOR S6.00 The Above Proposition for the Louisville Papers Does not Apply to those Living in the Corporate Limits of Columbia. Start With The First -- & . ... k- - Issue Of 1 v .JX (" wi" Dublin, Jan. 9. At the beginning of passed the .the day's session of the Dail Eireuua The house at Washington Cannes, France, Jan. 9. The allied first annual supply measure drafted Speaker John MacNeill read a motion, supreme council planned to begin con- under the budget system, the treasury prepared by himself calling upon to aiHriu that Ireland Is a sideration of the question of Germany's appropriation bill, carrying approxiwar reparations, in an atmosphere mately $169,000,000. state, deriving its authority from the will of the people. somewhat cleared by Friday's decision e to get together with Russia and GerThe. motion would provide that all Proposal by the American delegasssB-misermany in an international, financial and tion to abolish the use of poisonous of Ireland's international relatiou peseconomic conference. The air of gases In warfare and adoption of the must be governed by this status. simism noticeable immediately preced- final Root resolution were the two It is expected the motion will be ing the opening of the council was events of a day in the armaments con- put through If the treaty is ratified. largely dissipated by the successful ference at Washington. Following the reading of the motion. Harry Bolaud arose to speak against results of the first day's session. The Belgian delegation has anThe Japanese and Chinese delegates, the treaty. Speaker MacNeill's ruling refusing. nounced that it will insist on Belgium's after a final lengthy session at Washpriority to 2,500,000,000 gold marks of ington gave up all hope of reaching to let the house be diverted from the the German reparations. This Is re- an agreement on the terms of the re- urgent bu.sines in hand assured, it was garded as an important obstacle to turn of the Kiaochou-Tsluanf- u rail- believed, a clear cut vote on the peace gs-viopact. the British plan, which the French way. Eamon de Valera's resignation as are disposed to accept in part. Both the Belgians and the French Out of abudget of 1,466,000,000 yen. chief executive stood postponed until are opposed to a moratorium for Ger- Japan will apply 646,662,000 yen to th the division is taken. many, but the French are inclined to army and navy, according to advices It Is the concensus of opinion here- agree to a reduction In the cash pay- to the Department of Commerce at that Mr. de Valera's dramatic speech ments, provided the difference is made Washington. The navy Is to receive temlering this resignation has left up" by deliveries of reparations in kind. 393,000,000 yen. regarding the vote on unchanged, but it undoubtedly British Favor Reduction. Unanimous agreement to outlaw the has widened the. cleavage between the The British stick to their proposal use of the submarine against merchant factions. He made the issue absoluteto reduce the total payment due this year from 2,000,000,000 gold marks to and passenger ships was reached by ly clear, the Irish Times points out,l 500,000,000 marks on condition that a conference committee on limitation and "every deputy will vote with knowledge of his responsibilities." materials be delivered to the value of of naval armament at Washington. De Vaiera Retirement Seen. 2,000,000,000 gold marks. At this rate Discussion continues as to the exact Washington dispatch says that A to pay off the it will take priority claimed by the Belgians, and West Virginia coal miners, who say position of Mr. de Vaiera as the result apof Friday's proceedings, but there Is France will have to wait that long their families are starving, have pealed direct to President Harding for general agreement that his- speech before receiving any cash at all. means he will definitely retire from It Is anticipated that the British government aid. politics If the Dail approves the treaty, over delegates, in their, satisfaction Col. John S. Russell, commander of only continuing his leadership if the the success of the scheme for an Inthe United States marines in Haiti, treaty Is rejected. ternational ecomonie conference with Harding Motion by MacNeill. the Germans and Russians will en- was nominated by President to the Speaker MacNeill's motion was read deavor to find some compromise in at Washington for promotion as follows: rank of brigadier general. regard to reparations that will satisfy "That tlie Dail Eireann affirms that both the French and the Belgians. Dry enforcement will cost $9,250,000, Ireland is a sovereign nation, deriving Meanwhile Premier Briand, Lord $1,750,000,' this year, Its sovereignty In all respects from the Curzon, British foreign secretary, and an increase of and 800 more agents will be employed, will of the people of Ireland ; that all Foreign Minister della Toretta of Italy says the International relations of Ireland a Washington dispatch. have been conferring regarding the are governed on the part of Ireland treaty signed at Angora between A reduction in the public debt of by that sovereign status, and all faFrance and the Turkish nationalists. more than $180;000,000 during Decem- cilities and accommodation afforded by Disappointment in Paris. ber was announced by the treasury at Ireland to another state or country are Tarls, Jan. 9. Disappointment and Washington. The total debt on De- subject to the right of the Irish govskepticism were the mildest emotions cember 31 was $23,438,984,351. ernment to take care that the liberty aroused In France by the first day's and well being of the people of Ireland developments at the supreme council President Harding sent; to the senconference in Cannes, judging from ate at Washington the nomination of The object of this motion was to asthe press comment. IEclair, which Homer Elliott to be United States at- sert the principle that ratification of Is generally credited with representing torney for the district of Indiana. the treaty was In accordance with independence. Premier Briand, says : Harry Boland, just back from the "Mr. Lloyd George has spoken. He The U. S. Supreme court at Wash.leads the way and the representatives ington held that the system of resale United States, asked for a vote of of the allies follow as a subject fol- price maintenance, enforced by many thanks for "the magnlflcant support lows the hypnotist. As" he had an- manufacturers of widely advertised America has given us." nounced, he subordinated the question products, Is an unlawful Interference Fighters in America. No one knew better than Michael of reparations to that of the recon- .with free commerce. Collins, declared Boland, that there struction of Europe, so that Germany can find in Russia the money she owes President Harding has nominated were 5,000 men in America eager to proceeding. William J. O'Toole of West Virginia fight for Ireland and that many such us.It is a It is that followed by all financial ad- to be minister of Paraguay, it was an- men had c6me back to Ireland and fought valiantly. venturers. When the company is un- nounced at Washington. able to meet its obligations, a new Boland said he would have to admit one is formed In which the capital The nomination of Henry P. Fletch- that sentiment in America favored the of the old one is drowned." er undersecretary of state, to be am- treaty, but many subscribers to the The newspaper concludes: "The bassador to Belgium, was announced Irish loan, would regard adoption of plot is well designed. We are put to at the White House In Washington. the treaty as a betrayal of their sympathy and support. He declared sleep so Lloyd George can strip us at acceptance of the trenty would be suiconcert his leisure. The Domestic cide for Ireland. Is always up to strength; if we give e will be Ireland, he continued, never has up the Rhine, Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler of Atlanta, Ga.. Jrjb-? required of us tomorrow in the name has announced her resignation as as- been and never could be beaten. If of pacificism." sistant to E. Y. Clarke, imperial the treaty were adopted she would kleagle and. head of the propaganda never again ask the world for support Says Results Are Bad. In the fight for freedom. The Figaro, organ of conservative department of the Ku Kux Klaiw. Se-wearwas enthusiastically apBoland opinion, remarks: "The first results Announcement was made at Llmu, plauded when he took his seat. at Cannes are frankly bad, Lloyd McGrath for Treaty. George wins easily all along the line. O., that the Ohio steel foundry plant -, Joseph McGrath of Dublin followed open January 15, giving employA great financial and economic con- will treaty. in support of the ference is to be called at Turin or ment to more than 500 workers. He created - a sensation by stating may Genoa, where the French premier The bodies of W. F. Dickinson, a that when he and Boland went to Gair-locexchange views on the reconstruction Scotland, on their last trip as prominent Sioux City (la.) underof Europe with Lenin and Dr. Wirth. messengers in the negotiations with taker, and a woman named Anna Meanwhile the inhabitants of our were found in a stalled automo- Prime Minister Lloyd George. Boland dead prostrate to earth and; 3sjsp liberated regions continue to told him he was going to America on bile. live In their huts.J' behalf of Eamon de Vaiera to prepare the Savior rises from the tozziEw C. O. Boyd, treasurer of the Colum- the people of America to accept "some- to us bright hope he brings-Hencefor- th FLEES JAIL, DIES IN CRASH bia theater at Chicago, reported to the thing short of a republic." the" grave hatii 33m Replying to McGrath, De Vaiera said police that he was held up In his office Burglar Convicted of 25,000 Robbery by two men, who forced him to open that because he wanted to he honest more gloom and death hath Jcfc; Escapes Without Raising a safe and give, them more' than $2,000. with the American people he had told Boland to let 4hem know lie could not its sting. Alarm. Goodrich Brothers' Banking secure the "Isolated republic" which The company at Fairbury, Neb., an old and was Ireland's ideal, but that his exterColorado Springs, Colo., Jan. 9. Riverron, tizb. . : Gene Logan, convicted of a $25,000 established fii'm, has been closed and nal association plan would give Ireburglary, sawed his way out of the application will be made for appoint- land complete independence. county jail here, stole, a car and start- ment of a receiver. Anxiety in Ireland. ' Acute suspense and anxiety ed south. A few miles south of town over the Jan. 7, . Deputy Sheriff W. G. McCallum of chances for peace prevails as the rehe attempted to make a turn at high Editor News: speed, the car "turning over, and he Swartz and P. D. Heflin, his brother-in-la- sult of De Valera's unexpected action fought a duel with shotguns In resigning as president of the Irish was instantly killed. Jail officials Enclosed find check for- rsre unaware of his escape until the near Monroe, La., McCallum was republic. were dollars to keep, the dear oI&Siqsbej body was identified. He was to be killed. The coroner's jury returned a Few among the Irish people are willpaper coming for anothpsr justifiable homicide. taken to the state penitentiary to serve verdict of ing to doubt the sincerity of his acsentence. a not get along without tion, but the general regard for lilm Fire of unknown origin at Center-vlll- does not prevent many expressions of Don't think Kentucky has-- ai-destroyed the George Steele $9,650,000 DRY AID VOTED. garagela.,and CO automobiles. Not a regret at his course. In the view of edge over Nebraska for a jfc-winte- r. supporters of the peace treaty his acrar was, saved. The loss Is estimated In the 23 years I fcsrre the Measure to Pass Under Budget at $150,000. Two bodies were slightly tion lias seriously imperiled First chances for peace. been here have never seen. aFi Carries Big Appropridamaged. , Alarm Is expressed in some quarters pretty a . ation. winter. No snow- flod'i lest the waverers in the dail now will A law prohibiting moving-pfctur- e Washington, Jan. 9. The house shows on Sundays was adopted at be. drawn to Mr. de Valera's side, and not cold either. Good for- tbe? the treaty defeated. That acceptance poor as coal is $16.50 per tars. passed the first annual"supply raeas-ur- Palmyra, MP. of the theaty Is considered pnramount, drafted under the budget system Wishlnrfall the dear KentTagSgs' Floyd Roy, sixtee'n years old, "high despite the general respect for Mr. de the treasury appropriation approximately $169,000,000, of school student, was suffocaTed In a Vaiera, is shown by the comments In people a happy and prospercscB WHICH $y,uou,uw is j,ui einiut.eim.-uii fire which., destroyed J.;IT. Matthew's the newspapers, which appealed to the New Year. . As evec: people over 'the presldfiht's'head, says year, be-- J home, at Gedar' Rapids, Iowa." prqljIbUiorf during thgjlscs "' Mrs.H. jKp Kreemnn's Journal. Far&2t. cinniric 'next Jiily'M. Marks. the-Dai- l gn bov-erei- Washington harass-covena- nt SB-sav- y, - s no-mor- e the-treat- y the-ful- five-ye- ars - -- -- - 3s-tor, - tir - -- - well-know- n and-teiliE- w the-Ero--l-ong - pan-Germ- Alsace-Lorrain- - -- s h, Gld-din- so-call- ed '5f ld w, - ten-ye- ar e, x. -- . - - - e ' blll'-.car-rylh- g -- a LSIStt V V4--- ?F . 2 Gudyvillc. ADAIR COUNTY Bank during the absence-- of the cashier, returned to his home at Greensburg. Mr. James Keltner, of the firm Willis & Co., of Keltner, spent a day or so in this community a day or so Th this section last week looking after tobacco. Mr. Keltner for the past month or so has been on the loose leaf, 'market at Horse Cave and we get it he has made good money buying and selling the weed and is a good judge of tobacco. son why they should not do well Mr. in all of their undertakings. Nell also soli to Marvin Keltner the storehouse, known? as the NEWS.1 . r7 . We are having some of the ssaaldest weather, of the season. Sfeoog Hill' attended county . sK)t coart at Columbia last . Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Walker, Columbia, visited relatives Ugaeca-few days ago. L. C. Hindman, of Columbia, araLs in this section looking after 5dbacco last week. W. R. Grady was looking'.af ter iscme official affairs in Columbia Rev. J. W. Rayburn and family spent the first of the week tint Thursday. Mr. J. T. Collins, of the Carter visiting relatives a Pierce. j&psydoods Co., Louisville, 5was Miss Maggie Cundiff began ciSing on, his trade one day last her school the first of the week 'reek. with a very good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. C, 0. Moss and The prospect is for the largest feeir two sons returned from and best subscription school that Writes Texas where they had 'a has been taught here for years. 2y pleasant visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. StrongJEill have z3x& friends. moved to their farm just outMr. L. B. Cain, one of.our up side the town limits. But not 6Iate farmers as well as trad-- , so far but they can come shipped to Louisville, a, few to town every day.f We have oncdjs ago 15 hhd. of tobacco that ly one house in our town, now, ' s grown oh his farm that he but what is occupied. sFtSlaffer for sale in the next There has been quite a lot of trading and changing property Mr.-D- . family in our midst for the past few . Wheeler-an- d i3oase of our best people, left us days. Mr, Geo. H. Nell sold his vtfce first of the week for their store house, goods and dwelling jzmwhome in Green county. This joining .the store house, to Walksgsjw family of people have been er Bros., of Nell, and they have r living in our community all xjf invoiced their stock and now :?&jer lives. Weregret veryinuch- iaye possession of everything. to give them up. We can Hearty Your reported has not learned the particulars or the considerariSr rammend them to the where they will perma-;EQt- ly tion. We are certainly glad to reside. have the young Messrs." Walker ' "V. 0. Moss, who ha a been in our midst as we know they ::lKOur midst for the past month are good people. Both good assisting in the Grady ville State business men and we see no rea- a --- of Flowers & Keen store h6use,,ior the consideration of $240. v$tr. Keltner is converting the busi-nehouse into a dwelling, jand will, in the very hear future, move his family into his new He also sold Lum Hill his old store house and this building is now converting into a dwelling and store house combined. He also sold part of the farm known as the Uncle Charlie Yates farm, to Dudley Bros. Allen Dudley now lives at the dwelling where Uncle Charlie lived for a number of years. We take it that in all of Mr. Nell's trading he has made ss it It is better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it."' ,ga residence. Sound Insurance. Farming is so full of Hazards that it is. unprofitable to farm unless properly Insured. good. j. - com-kfOttrii- ty Wr. There was quite a lot of tobacco accepted on the Glasgow loose leaf market from this section last week. So far as we haye heard the sales of all of this tobacco was very satisfactory to the owners. Our neighbor Mr. J, 0. 'Parnell, sold his entire crop at an average of 85c per lb. After all of his expenses for selling and taking it to market. Mr, Parnell is one of our farmers that knows exactly how to grow the weed, and after it is made he knows exactly how to barfdle it to get good"money for it. In conclusion we want to say to our friend, Judge Jeffries, when he gets a place for men that the most of the year never have emplojmentrto'let us know and we might give him a few names. Russell Creek. It ; is impossible to foretell when - misfortune- may strike you and - . . causeheavy damage. ..?" V ." ? v Jn i. IV .- 5 take against FiVe, Wind, Lightning and death, you eanget Insurance in this Agency. It provides -. you" with indemnity in time you -- For every chancte k.S - of" Loss. &.--;- iT ' . - i.' : REED BROS. Insure In All Its Branches. Mr.Edisonsays- w JM Music can make Happiest NewKear Music Free! EDISON, the world's greatest this you? " He Offers You Three Days of Good believes that there should be MR.good music in every American Home. He believes that music has a powerful and beneficial influence on every member of the household, and he asks, this opportunity of 'jproving his theory to you. He has directed us to deliver to you, absolutely free, an Amberola Phonograph and any twelve Amberol records which you may select. He asks you to play the " AMBEROLA t -- v the more -- i expensive "talking machines" and decide for yourself whether the Amberola is ihe world's greatest phonograph value. as often as you wish, for three days. H!e asks you to compare, its music and quality with even After this trial, if you don't feel like keeping the Amberola, your pleasure will have cost you nothing. But if you agree .with Mr. Edison that the Amberola and its really good music will make your home brighter and cheerier, we will be happy vto discuss a plan whereby you can" pay for it at your own -- convenience. This is your opportunity if you can't come in tloHav. write or phone at once! Born to the wife of Leslie Keltner a son, Jan., 6th. Born to the wife of Clark Smith a son! Born to the wife of irvin Keltner a daughter. Mrs. George Smith is visiting her mother, Mrs.' Young who has been very sick at Gadberry for the Fast- - week. Mr. Ed Triplett and wife moved to Owen Wilson's farm We welcome last Thursday. them to our neighborhood 'and hope they will like this country. Mr. Ed Viers and Harrison Wilson-sol- d their tobacco to the Campbellsville loose leaf house and delivered last week and rer ported bad sale. Miss Josephine Cundiff, who has had rheumatism, is almost past walking. Mr. Soloman McFarland, while out rabbit hunting recently with his hounds, jumped a gray fox and ran it in a ground hog hole. He took a grubbing hoe and dug the gray fox and three skunks all out of the same place and sold them for $10.00. Mr. Carl Willis one of our best young men has accepted a position in Louisville clerking in a large store. We know that Mr. Willis will make good as he is ' a fine young man. Mr. Acie Corbin, wife and son were visiting John will Cundiff and wife last Saturday night and Sunday. :- Taste is a matter of - tobacco quality "- We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better -- -'' taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co, I J 7 ' IT W Apk y$ : J m -- Id Viiestertie v k CIGARETTES Domestic tobaccos of Turkish and Lower Prices 20 now 18c 10 now 9c (Two 10's 18c) "V. blended M $M HERBERT TAYLOR ' COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. have not learned what it brought him. Mr. Jessie Stotta filled his regThe World's Greateet Drink ular appointment at Mr. Sparks "COCA-COLA- " last Sunday. Rev. Joe Stotts sold.some'hogs Now 5c. to W. A. Janes for 7c per lb. m m A Pencil or Calendar given with each Bottle Mr. Curt Yarberry was in our : Dirlgo. as long as they last Midst one day last week buying Why Drink Inferior substitutes. Bottledjin Sterilhogs. Wooten and daugh Mr. Mose ized "Safety First" Patent Bottles. Mr. Ed Stotts made a business visiting rela- trip to Columbia one day last ter, of Bliss, are Russell & Taylor, J. L. Wilson, Geo. McLain and Royal Cafe. week. tives at this place. Coca-Co- la Bottliivjg faorka, lac. Mr. K. is. Campbell has reMr. W. H. Fudge delivered a Canp6elIsVille, Ky. load of tobacco to the Glasgow turned to Louisville but his fam- m ..... remains here. .. ,. Exclusive Agents for Six Counties. market one day last wetk but we ,..., still -- MNNOUNCEMENT.