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We have notlfiedour subscribers,' who are In arrears, several times that their names will be stricken NUMIEI 15 ' Sevenly-Eigh- t Birthday Dinner. HAMBONE'S PAHSON Calendar Party MEDITATIONS SEBN "CHILLUNS, Do You Remember r Last Sunday was the anniversary of On Sunday, Jan. 22nd, Mr. S. L. Mr. Ben F. Chewing, one of our high Banks was made happy by the presly respected citizens, he ence of all his brothers and sisters belng-seventy- 6oT EN MISS LUCY 'TOL' ME T' 'elght years old. -- His daughter, Mrs. Hutchison, looking forward to the occasion, had prepared a most sumptuous and daintily dinner, and those who were present can testify to the '"'skill of Mrs. Hutchison in cullinary affairs. Every thing to tempt the r appetite was spread before an assembly of fifteen or twenty of Mr. Chewrilng's friends and out of town relatives, and Uev. Leslie S. B. Smith, the former pastor of the Baptist Church, who was to take Jiis departure for New Zealand in the afternoon. The Hutchison home, where Mr. Chewning resides is one of the most hospitable in Columbia. The latch string is at all times on the outside of the. door and a welcome smile from.every member of the family greets guests as they enter the spacious home. This occasion will not soon be forgotten by those who enjoyed the hospitality of this family on. the above named occasion. While age is creepiog upon Mr. Chewning his disposition to loquaciousness remains with him, and he vividly relates stories of long ago. JP. GIB 'IM DEM SEBN KiTTENS and their families, it being his fifty- WHUT UP AT 3e HOUSE, seventh birthday. BUT HE 'LOW HE DON' WANT After dinnerhad been prepared by NOTHINELSE KOUN' HIM his wife and daughters, Mr. Banks, WHUT EATS'. with some help, was able to get to the table. It had been many years since they had had the pleasure of eating a meal together and although most of them have reached an old age and are in poor health? they had a delightful time. When time ca.me for their departure they all parted in fine spirits and with hopes that they should have the pleasure of meeting again. Besides his brothers and sisters present were: Mrs. Charlie Witt, Robert Newton, James Woodrum, Johnson Biggs, Willie Page, and Mrs. Kathryri McFai . CcpyrilM.:l921 by McCtur. N.w,Mp.f land, Mesdames John Banks and Jake Srndleit of the near relatives Banks. Several were also present. May they have many more happy reunions- - Is the Ford Retail Sales Go Over a, wish of their many friends. i Mil-lio- n. 'Notice.' . ' r Persons who are coming to Columbia peddling liquor, may run unmolested for some time, but just as sure as gun is iron, they will be overtaken When they get Into court the fines they will pay and the imprisonment they will serve, will make them wish' they had never handled any moon shine. There is no sympathy for the Come to the sale at. Racket Store man who will wantlngly and repeatedFebruary 10th and see the bargains ly violate thejaw. It 8aysv you must you can buy for 19 cents. not make. nor. sell the unclean stuff. in Winfrey entertained with a Calendar party at her home Saturday evening, January 21. There was program for every "month ,of"the year. Lemonade was served in the early part of the evening aad at eleven thirty the guests parted after a lunch around a Christmas tree. Miss Frances Browning assisted Miss Winfrey. Those present were: Misses Margaret Patteson, Pauline Allen, Frances Browning, Allene Nell, Mabel Sinclair, Lula" Phelps, Julia Phelps, Mary Sinclair, Katy Taylor, Dorris Wilson, Mabel Rosenbaum, Rachel Coffey, Winfred Williams, Carrie Grissom, Willie Rosenbaum; Messrs. Oral Long, Robert Allison, Dallas Stotts, Allan Mercer, Paul Gilifam, James Dohoney,- - Marvin Price, Charles Webb, Artie Long, Morris FJpperson, Nathan Ripe. Frank Callison, Garland Nelson. Miss Luclle from our list it they fail to send in or call and pay their subscriptions. We. have been very indulgent and we think the time has come for us to be remunerated. Therefore, if you fail to receive the News you will know that your time has expired, and hat we want you to pay us the amount due. You should remember that paper is very costly, and that we can not send the paper without pay. You will please heed this notice. Off For New Zealand. Notice, Ex-Servi- Hen. Mrs. W. A. Hincs art Mrs. C. M. Russell Entertain. Friday evening, Jan. 27th, Mrs. Hines and'Mrs. Russell gave a six o'clock dinner at the attractive of Mrsllines. The tables were decorated in pink carnations, ' the hand painted., place cards were decorated with the same flower and the color scheme, pink and green was, carried r. out through the delicious course din-Tie- i r Those W. J. Mesdames Flowers, W. A. Coffey, Richpresent-were- : ard Dohoney, CJarence Hindman, Lee Grissom, .Geo. Sf.ults, Gordon Montgomery, Barksdale Hamlett, Allen Walker, W. B'. Patteson and Miss Minnie Triplett. Six O'Cleck Dinner. y On Thursday evening, Jan. 26th, Mrs. W. R. Myers, Mrs Fred Myers and Mrs. Eros Barger entertained a number of their friends at a beauti-fallappointed dinner. The color scheme was pink and green and the tables were artistically decorated in pink carnations. Those present were: Mesdames W. J. Flowers, Lanie Sta ples, C. M. Russell, J. O. Russell, A. n Rattacan, Chelcie Barger, Richard Dohoney, Tilden "Wilcoxsin, W. A. Coffey, Barksdale 'Hamlett, Gordon Montgomery, Gepr ' Staples, Allen Walker, Bruce Montgomery, Irwin .Eraser. Joe Patteson, Fred Hill and John Lee Walker. - ' y -- Retaifsales of Ford care, trucks jfnd The firm of Hutchison & Patteson Fordson tractors nave again exceeded has desolved partnership and all notes the million mark for the year 1921 and accounts must be settled at once. according to a statement given out -, VI . t Hutchison & Patteson. i today by the Ford .Motor Company. The Ford factory and "assembly Horace Booher in Trouble. plant production . figures reached a total of 1,050,740 cars trucks and tractLast Friday' afternoon about 1 ors, for the year, withfetail sales by o'clock a boy about 18 years old giving dealars approximating 1,093,000, which his name as Horace Booher, presented in. the United States alone surpassed three checks for payment at the Bank the 1920 retail sales recorded by 3 of CoHimbia. One of the checks was Ford cars and trucks. endorsed by G. A. Bradshaw, another The Ford Company says the outlook by Dr. S. iV. Taylor, and the other by for 1922 is decidedly optimistic. Ia Miss Pearl Bradshaw. The Bank pN Tact concrete evidences-alreadfleers decided that the checks had in that car and truck retail sales for been forged, and Mr. J. W. Flowers, December 1921 exceeded 1920 sales by the cashier, brought the young man almost 23 per cent, and Fordson trac- out the bank to have. a talk with him. retail sales for the same periods Reaching the outside the suspect made show an increase oT over 100 per cent , some excuse to' go down Buresville for December 1921, ll as an instreet but he only went a short dis crease over the total tractor sales for tahce, then turned, crossing Burkes-.vill- e the month of November.' street,4 ran down the alley, and These facts seem to indicate that came out on Jamestown road. Here not only are the farmers buying more he was caught by Mr. Flowers and freely, but that the 'general public is i5-2104,-21as-we- afew-daysio- Rev. Leslie J. B. Smith, who has been the pastor of the Baptist Church, this place, for two years, will leave In New Zealand, his native land, where he will again become a resident ofthat country. During his stay here he has made many friends in Columbia and out in the county of Adair, and they are loatbto see him take his departure. He is a'zealous minister, and his social qualities have made him quite popular with his flock. His Adair county friends trust that he will have a safe voyage to his destination, aucfcthafi he 'wilt iive manyf many, more years, to preach the Gospel to the people of his native land. It may be that some time in the .future that he will again visit the United States, and should he call to see his Columbia friends he would be given a r All members of Adair Post No. 99, American Legion, are requested present at 1:00 o'clock, p. m., Monday, Feb. 6th, 1922., Bryant, Post Commander. te-.b- e -- About six weeks ago Mr. T. C. Davidson and wife left Columbia for Liberty where Mrs. Davidson's father and other, relatives . live." Judging from their long absence that they have concluded to remain at Liberty, we wisj) to extend tvo them our- - best wishes, trusting; that they have found! a pleasant location, and that they wllfprosper in all their undertakings. When they return to Columbia they will be given a hearty welcome. Spireila Corsets Reduced. Buy your cornet before you begin your spring sewing. A properly hearty welcome ' " . -- - ; Public Sale. CSa When Thos. E. Bramlette lived in what is now known as the Hancock apartment house? Hurt, at When Judge Rollin the age of 16, made his first political sneech in Columbia? It was In 187 when the Democrats were ratifying over Tilden's election. He spokev from the public well platform. When Bramlette, Tim Cravens, Gip Suddarth, Nat Gaither," Judge Zach Wheat, John A. Peebles and W. E Russell were prominent lawyers at this bar? When the saloon keepers bought all the whisky and brandy they could -' handle at 25 cents per gallon? When the darkles would go corn husking, singing, "O, Marse Billy; come to shuck your corn?" When the old colored man, Peter . Johnston, would rise about three o'clock each morning, and with his. 4 tin bugle wake up the town? When Judge Jas. Garnett lived in the country and rode horseback Into town each morning to his office? When Drs. Samuel B. Field and Hector Owens were the most prominent physicians in Columbia? When Wm. Pitman sold goods on the corner where the bank of Coluraf bia now stands? When there was a livery stable where the Columbia bakery is now located? When a hotel stood where the post-offiis located, and for a time it was run by a Mr. Lampton, who was the grandfather of Mark Twain? When a carding machine stood .on the lot just above Mrs. Caroline Jeffries' residence? When W. E. Baker and John Mur rell were the principal hotel keepers in this town? When Josiah Harris sold goods in & store-roowhich stood on the vactnb now owned by Mrs. Tola Walker? lot When Geo. McBeath sold goods on the corner where the Davis Hardware store, is. now located? " ce Birthay Dinner On Tuesday evening, January 24th, His3 Eva Walker delightfully entertained at her home on Greensburg Street with a birthday, dinner. Those present were Misses Alice Walker, Susan Miller, Allene Montgomery, Kara Caldwell, Margaret Patteson, Carrie Grissom; Messrs. Ray Flowers, Doc Walker, Stewart Hutchison, Alvin Lyon, Shreve Davis and EdwinJ Hutchison. The evening was spent very pleasantly ia games and music. - turned over to Deputy Sheriff's. W. Coffey, who delivered-hi- m j to Judge Jeffries. He was held in the sum of $300 and his examining trial set for Monday of this week. He claimed to be from Clinton county. Monday morning the trial came on. Charley Duvall was here from, Mont-peliand he made oath that the boy was only 14 years old, and that he belonged to a good family. He agreed, with the Court that if It would turn Booher over over to him that he would deliver him to his parents Jn Clinton county. He felt sure that the boy would mend his ways. The Court turned him over and perhaps he is now with his parents. er becoming more responsive and receptive., Another point brought out by a comparison of production figures the past two years shows that rFord enclosed car are gaining in 'popularity, as 23 per cent., of the 1921 production were Sedans and Coupes-as- ' against a total of 18 percent, for the year pre' .; vious. t Recent reductions In Ford car and truck prices brought them to a new low level. The Touring car now sells for $348, the Runabout for 8319, the Coupe for $580, the Sedan 8645," the Chassis for 8285, and the Truck for $430, all F. O. B. Detroit. . This is the fourth price cut in the past sixteen months. During that 3 lbs. Granulated Sugar for 19c dur- time thtf price of the touilng.car alone ing our sale beginning Feb. 10th. has been cut from 575 to 8348, a reRacket Store. duction of 40 per cent. Reductions on some of the other types have been Courteously. ever greater. Sold by Buchanan Lyon , On Saturday February 4th. 1922,, at my residence in Columbia, Hy.,-- .will sell to the highest bidder my household and kitchen furniture, .consist-- ' ing of beds, chairs, bookcase, 1 range Btove, I Oil stove, heaters. New Lawn Mower, Garden tools and. other things too numerous to mention. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock,a. m, .Terms made known on that.date 1 . adjusted Jcorset sometimes W:hen,lightDingletruck the cupola, changes the waist line. ot theVold Baptist church, tearing it Mrs. !C .p'eoE. Wilson, 1 .r . Spirella, Corsetiere. A. D. . Patteson. 14-- 2t The Greensburg Girl Basket ball team played in hard luck here the latter part of last well. The first en gagement was withjthe Graded school Girl team on Friday evening. The result was & tojnothing in favor of the home team. The result of the is, announced in an' other Item Lindsey-Wlls- on'game to pieces? When Nick Robinson kept a hotel in.a brick building that stood in the corner"bf Mrs. J. W. Butler's yard? When av carding machine was run on the lot which is nowMr. J. H. Judd's garden, and tha power to propel it were Jennets? They were put in harness, stood in stalls and tramped from, morning until night. When W. S. Long, an ate soldier shot and killed Capt. J". Rr Curry, who was in command of a company of Federal soldiers in this place? 'Long-w-as Crushed by a Loaded Wagon. Last Tuesday Mr. Sam Steveson got badly hurt "at home. He was at his barn, and a loaded wagon came up, and Mr. Stevenson not watching closely, the wagon shoved him against the barn, badly crushing his breast. At"firs,t it was thought that he was seriously hurt, but Wednesday he was better, and at this time, the indications point to his early recovery. " For Sale. A house andJilot in Columbia on See acquitted. Robt. R. Jamestown Street. 12 tf v " Wnen Sikes Wheeler and Barger Bros. Mr. Jim W. Dice, Belton, Texas, is a Democratic candidate for District Co Good ' A few nights ago Miss Amelia Dam- ron gave'a 5Q0 party which was very enjoyable. The participants were Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Taylor; Mr. d Herschel Taylor and Miss Anna Messrs. Ralph Hurtj. Chandler; Shreve Davlsiind Edward Hamlett. Refreshments, cake and gellatine were served. Mil-dre- All the Brethren of Gradyville Lodge No. 251 F. & A. M., and brethren of other lodges of same order, are requested to be present at the next regular meeting, Feb. 11th, 1922, as there is work in the first and second degrees. Courteously arid true politeness is something that, every person, male and female should possess. When a lady meets a gentleman upon the streets she should speak first, and the gentleman should raise his hat and politely answer the salutation. If this practice, was kept up a disposition to soclalbility would soon spread over this or any other community, and every body would soon feel like brothers and sisters. The elegance in any man or woman is politeness An man,gets many knocks that he never feels nor hears. A little cultivation would obviate this, and inan eye sore he would stead be a man whose company Is sought. Be friendly and sociable and you will make friends and never lose one'. g Grade Tobacco Canvass at Dohoney & Dohoney. The Girl Basket Ball Teams of the Graded School and LIndsej- - Wilson X : met In the latte'r's gym last Tuesday afternoon, a large crowd present to witness the contest. The game started a little before 4 o'clock, and both sides were feeling confident. It was soon very evident that the Lindsev girls would win the contest, and the game closed 33 for Lindsey and 3 for the Graded school. Miss Zora Edna Bell, of the Lindsey, made 22 points. Wednesday afternoon the Lindsey girls went over and played the Graded School team a return game. It re suited 11 to nothing in favor of Lindsey. Clerk of Bell county, and will doubtless be nominated. He Is a son of J. A. Dice, who Qwas Iborn and reared near Montpelier, Adair county, Ky. Young Dice has a superior education When Ethan Smith owned the Curtr andHs. well fittedfor the position he Spirella, the World's Best Corset. farm" and rode a fastS-llttseeks. His father is kindly remem- Yarberry yellow mare to town daily? by a number of Adair county To secure figure control and per- bered When Johnny Sanders taught schooLx people. fect support Health. Comfort, style in the cemenary which stood: wherer-Fre- d and Durability You should have a If you appreciate" health, comfort Hill's residence is located? Spirella Corset and adjusted by Spirelt and the best figure line, wear a SpiWhen over 200 young men, from ther la trained Corsetiere ' -rella corset. Southern States, were here attendingr Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, Mrs. GeoE. Wilson, the Presbyterian Male and Female? ' . Spirella Corsetiere. High School? Phone 142. ? Peebles occasionally had shooting' scrapes in this town? When people went to mill, corn-- i&. one end of the sack and a rock in tlHE other end? When Sinclair Wheat and AlfrcdT Gilmer sold goods on the Jeffries:-corner- le Spirella-Corsetiere- Died Near Clear. Spring. Last. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Lora Bryant, who was the wife of G. T. Bryant, died at her home, near Clear years old. Spring. She was forty-fiv- e The interment will be in the Columbia Cemetery this.(Tuesday) afternoon. Don't stand In your own Light. use Radium Coal Oil -- Winfrey Beard, of Taylor county, and Miss Edirh Chelf, of Knifley, Adair county, v sre happily married Sunday of last week. The bnge is a popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L..R. Chelf, her father being a prominent merchant. The groom is an Industrious tarmer. Mr. O. Don't fail to attend the 19c sale at Racket Store, beginning February 10; and closing the 20th. Rev. A. R. McGehee, Union City, Tenn., will preach J at the Baptist! church, Sunday, Feb. 5th, at 11 ar. mV and 7 p. m. Come andjhear him. ' E. R. Baker,. Sec. The News 81.50 ineatacky WANTED. Man with car to sell years old. WllLweigh 1000 ponnds low priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130 5 , Joe Hnrt, Agt.J per week and commissions. Graham each and work well. t. Gulf Refining Co;, Inc., J. Z. Pickett, Tir Co., 1418, Boulevard,,:J3eton ' Caoapbellsvllle, Ky. TL.266 Columbia, Ky 'Hatbox, Mich. -c FOR SALE. One pair mare . mules 14-2- 0 ' The basket ball game between the Elder Paul L. Richardson, of Batha girls and the Llndsey-WGreensburg OhlOiWlll jpreacfr at the Christian son, played last Saturday afternoon, Church, Columbia, nest Sundayat. 1E was nob very exciting. The contest o'clock, also In the evening at 7 o'docK closed,'22 for the Lindsey girls and 1 'TW'Ifalse preton at Cane Valley ftit v for Greensburg. 'ftrnowi2:3Q. H -.- - -- " 1- -. i - - ZT-- ADAIR COUNTY "NEWS V . t N 3. f .. frt we approached the neighborhood of eiuwiy, so siowiy tnougni me the mine, evidences of the forthputtlng catch would never mat land hold, my snap activities began to manifest them- fool mind crept back along the line, selves. searching blindly for the point at Daddy Hiram met us at the door of which all this fiery indignation toward Taste is a matter of his newly repaired cabin across the me had begun ; back and still back to tobacco quality dump head and insisted upon taking that moment of our deliverance care of the horses. Beasley and I Daddy's and mine at the shafthouse . We state it as our honest n washed up at the outdoor, belief that the tobaccos used door, with this dear girl untwisting her lavatory; and when we went in, arms from her father's neck, and with in Chesterfield are of finer Jeanie had supper ready for us. me saying, "I'm not hurt, either. Welquality (and hence of better She didn't sit at table with us come home, Miss Twombly or should taste) than in any other from which I argued that she and her I say, Mrs. Bullerton?" cigarette at the price. father had already eaten and I "Jeanie 1" I gasped; "do you mean Liggett My trt Tobacco Co. . thought she purposely avoided me; that you're not going to marry Charles avoided meeting my eye, at least. I Bullerton? thnt you never meant to?" By didn't wonder at it. Her position, as "Of course, I'm not!" she retorted, I had It figured out, was rather awk- with a savage little FRANCIS LYNDE of the wardly anomalous. By this time, I adorable chin. "But you thought so iv. had fully convinced myself that she small of me that you simply took it Copyright by Charles Scritraert Sou was In love with Bullerton, and was for granted !" probably engaged .to be married to I wagged my head in deepest him; and that it was only her native CHAPTER XIX. honesty that had driven her to take "I'm as the dust under your pretty sides against him in the struggle for feet. Jeanie; please don't trample me Angels, Desert and Urban. the Cinnabar, prompting her to do the too hard. Bullerton that is er we r Our in Angels, Friend one thing which Imd knocked his ne- had a scrap the next morning after farious scheme on the head namely, Bensley's and mine, was of the shortyou went away, you know, and I . . .' est. Our business with Father Wil- the recording of my deed. got the worst of It. Knowing nothing but hard work, well, he rather liam Dubbin was the merest travesty And when I had him down and was. upon a trial at lawTaud was speedily Daddy Hiram was running the deep-we- trying to make him tell us where you pumps himself, or rather, taking concluded. were even your father thought you'd Since there would be no passenger the night shift on them ; and about ten gone off with him he saW jou'd train ulitll afternoon, Beasley and 1 o'clock, just as I had made up my mind planned to go" with him to get marresumed our places in the freight's to go to" bed and let the repairing ac- ried, but that you had failed to show caboose, and in due time were set tivities take care of themselves, I saw up at Atropla in time for the train." down In Brewster, the breezy little Jeanie going over to the boiler shed "He told a He, because that Is the with a pot of freshly made coffee for metropolis of Tlmanyonl Park. waj ho Is made and he couldn't help" Here my captor and friend ap- her father. Here was my chance, I It," she said simply, still as cool as peared to be very much at home. He a cucumber. "He said we wer going r ju t"Yr . took me to the best hotel, where he to Angels to get married, and I I was greeted with affectionate camadidn't say we weren't; I just let him raderie by a clerk who wore a diatalk and didn't say anything at all." mond big enough to serve for a loco"Won't you tell me a bit more.?" I l motive headlight, shook hands with, begged. and Introduced me to, a number of "You don't deserve it the least litgentlemen in the lobby, autf presently tle bit, but I will. It began with the gave me orders to go up to our rooms deed; your deed to the mine. One and "take a wash," preparatory to day, when you were over at the shaft-housmeeting a certain friend of his at and had left your coat here in luncheon ; the meeting contingent upon the cabin, I 6aw him take the deed his being able to "round up" the friend from your pocket when he didn't know In time for the feast. I was looking. He read it and put it r of the back quickly when he heard me stirIt still wanted a appointed luncheon time when I dering In the other room. I knew. It scended to the lobby. A little before hadn't been recorded; you and Daddy one o'clock Beasley came in with a had both spoken of that. I felt sure middle-ageman who looked as if he he'd take It again, and perhaps destroy It At first, I thought I'd tell might have been the retired manager you or Daddy, or both of you. But I of A Wild West show.; not or anything like that, but with the knew that would mean trouble." cool eye and bronzed, weather-beate- n "We were never very far from the fighting edge In those days," I admitlace of one who lived under house roofs only when circumstances forced ted. "Bullerton had shown me the itm to. A moment later 1 was shakgun he always carried under his arm, ing hands with Mr. William Starbuck, and had told me what to expect In mine owner, ranchman, a director In case I were foolish enough to lose my the Brewster National bank, president temper." of the Brewster Commercial club and "I know," she nodded. "He killed the prime mover in a lot of other civic a man once; It waswhen I was a activities too numerous to mention. little girl and we were living In Cripple Creek. He was acquitted on the I may pass lightly over the events So I didn't dare of the three days following; days in plea of which Mr. William Starbuck, who say anything to you or to Daddy. Said. What I did was to steal your deed seemed to be known to all the "Let's Have It Out, Jeanie," myself, when I had a chance. Daddy in Brewster as "Billy," and to ' the younger generation as "Uncle Bil- thought; so I waited and cornered her has some blank forms just like It, and ly," labored untiringly In my behalf; as she- - came back. I sat up one night in my room and procured me the necessary working-credi- t "Let's have it out, Jeanie," I said; made a copy. It wasn't a very good at the Brewster National, which, I confess, was a sort of brutal copy your grandfather's handwriting helped me in the telegraphic ordering way to -- begin on the woman I loved, was awfully hard to Imitate. Besides, of new machinery, helped Beasley to and yet the only way if I was to go on I didn't have any notarial seal. But rustle up a small army of mechanics remembering that she belonged to an- I thought It might do for for someYou'll always find the to go ahead of us to the Cinnabar, other man. yWe can at least be good thing to be stolen. Then I hid the Bnd last, but not least, made' my peace friends, can't we?" real deed and put the copy back In latest hits on Amberol with the railroad company in the mat- "No," she returned, with a queer lit the envelope In your pocket." Records. This new list '" ter of the stolen and smashed inspec- tle twist of her pretty lips and a flash "And Bullerton finally stole If, just contains some very poption car; this being a thing which he of the blue eyes, "I'm afraid we can't as you thought he would," I put In. was easily able to do because he was even be that or those any more, Mr "He did. You are dreadfully careular dance and vocal once removed, of Broughtou." the brother-in-law- , less with your things; you are alnumbers. Wewould-en- the railroad company's vice president It was awkward for both of us, ways leaving your coat around, just manager,. standing there before the open cabin where you happen to take It off. I and general joy playing these FebOn our last day in Brewster, and as door, and I pointed to the bench where knew then that the next thing to be ruary Records for you a parting favor, I asked Starbuck how Dadd llivjim was wont to smoke his done was to get your deed recorded to quashand suggest that you evening pipe in good weather. quickly. He he was urging me every I should proceed in regard "Won't you sit down until we can day to run away with him, and I was ing the indictment against Bullerton, come in any time and and when I did so, he gave me a sort of Hail it out?" I begged. afraid to tell him how much I despised hear them. "It's no use, whatever," she object- him; afraid he'd take It out on you shrewd look out of the cool gray eyes, a gentle uplifting of the shaggy ed; nevertheless, she did sit down ami and Daddy. So I just let him go on with 4433 Brazil Fox Trot Max Felli' Lrows. "If you are determined to let let we sit beside her. and talk and believe what he pleased. Delia Robbia Orchestra go, all you have to do is to you Of course, he wanted to ride with me "I know just how distressed Bullerton Crescent Trio 4434 Jane " do nothing. If you don't appear in must be," I began, "and perhaps I can the morning we went away, but after 4435 Sadie'sBirthdayParty-Vaude-Ml- le Specialty Julian Hose , Copnh to prosecute him and his would-b- e lift a bit of the load from your shoulwe got down the road a piece, I made 4436 O Happy Day the cae against ders. There will be no legal steps an excuse to go on ahead by another mine jumpers, Metropolitan Quartet them will be dismissed, as a matter of taken against your against Charles trail." 4437 Hues and Kisses Fox Trot Broadway Dance Orchestra course. But really, you know, you Bullerton." "That much of what he told your 4438 The Waggle o' The Kilt you," she said ; just as short father and me when we were having make an example of them." ought to "Thank Glen Ellison "In the circumstances, I cau't," I as that. the scrap was true.v He said you 4439 With All Her Faults I Love Her Still "And that isn't all," 1 went on. "Aft- went on ahead." returned, so we let it go at that; and Walter Scanlan and Chorus Beasley and I were on er we get into the ore and have some an hour later "I didn't go to Atropla, as he exCarolina Lullaby Violin Solo 4440 Kae Eleanor Ball our way back to Atropin. and Cinn- real money to show for it, I'm going pected me to," "she continued calmly. 4441 Silver Sandsof Love Elizabeth to make over a share in the Cinnabar "I took the old Haversack trail across abar mountain. Spencer andCharles Hart to your father and put him in a posithe mountain to Greaser siding. I 4442 Uosy Cheeks Fox Trot tion to do the right thing by you when knew that the Copah train would stop Club de Vingt Orchestra . CHAPTER XX. -- 4443 I Wants To Stand On Dixie you marry. And he'll do it ; you know there on the When I got Land II Don't Want To Be A he'll do It." as far as the Haversack I thought I Cousin Percy Wires. Cullud Man No Mo') Al Bernard "How kind!" she murmured, heard somebody following me. I was was on tlie evening of the fourth It 4444 IAin'tGonnaBeNobody'sFool out in front of her. scared and didn't knqw what to do. I Isabelle Patricola day's absence that Beasley and I left my copying of the deed had "It isn't kindness; its bare justice. 4445 If Shamrocks Grew Alone The the train at Atropla and took the Between you, you two, have saved my was afraid Swanee Shore been discovered and that the original mountain trail in reverse for a return legacy Charles Hart and Lewis James for me." would be taken away from me, so I r Jim Doherty 4446 Mary O'Brien to the high bench on Old Cinnabar, wish, now, it hadn't been saved !" hurried to hide the real deed. The 1 4447 Plantation Lullaby Beasle;. ri'ii' a arrowed horse, and vindictively as you old Haversack tunnel seemed to be a Crescent Trio I the calico pony, whleliJOaddy Hiram she exclaimed, as 4448 How Many Times Fox Trot please. good place, but while I was In there Club de Vlngt Orchestra had sent down to the station by one of Truly, I thought, the ways of women Barney began to bark, and I looked 4449 Shuffle Along Medley Fox the newly imported workmen. out; or are least the out and .saw that the noise I had heard Trot (Intro.: "Love Will Find A Just as we were leaving the rail- way pasta findingwith a rftanatis. Way" and "Gypsy Blues") of maid had been made by a stray cow from Harry Raderman's Jazz operaroad station Buddy Fuller, the Orchestra "Can't I say anything at all without one of the foothill ranches. So I retor, ran out to hand me a telegram. 4450 WhenBuddhaSralles-FoxTr- ot putting my foot into it?" I asked In mounted and rode on to catch the Since It was too dark to see to read it, Club de Vingt Orchestra ' , and I supposed, naturally, that It was despair. "You break a man's back train to Copah. At Greaser siding I 4451 Wabash Blues Fox Trot Broadway Dance Orchestra nothing more Important than a bid with a load of obligation one day, and tried to make Barney lead the pony 4452 Georgia Rose Fox Trot toss him lightlyout of your young life home, and Barney tried his best to do RudjrWiedoeft'i Californiani ..from some machinery firm anxious to supply our needs, I thought It might the next! I haven't done anything to It. But Winkle wanted, to graze.and 4453 Have You Forgotten?-FoxTr- ot Clubde Vingt Orchestra arn your to earn the back of your I had to go off and leave them when wait, stuck It Into my pocnet and y Fox Trot" 4454 the train came. That's all. I think: hand, Jeanie; or If I" have, I don't promptly forgot it. Broadway Dance Orchestra Showers Medley Fox Our talk, as we rode together up the know what It is." except that I had to wait two days at ril Trot (Intro.: "Down South", "You have committed the unpardonnow familiar trail, was chiefly of busimy cousin's in Copah before I could from Al J olson s "Bombo") Club de Vingt Orchestra ness; the business of reopening the able sin," she accused coolly. "I don't get the deed back from the recordmine; and It was not until we were wonder that Miss Handle took your er's office. They were awfully slow ring off." nearing our destination that the about It" I wasn't going to let the talkjshlft said: "It isn't quite all,".I amended. "You "Still stickin' in your craw that you to Lisette ; not if I knew It, and could haven't told me how .you happened to come back with Beasley and his Golunv6ia, Ky. to pop the whip at Charley .help it ain't ' "What Is the unpardonable sin?" I posse." J Bullerton?" asked. "That was just a coincidence. I Is," I answered. "It "To misunderstand: to think a per- reached Atropla on the early morning "Well, now, why not?" son 'capable of a thing when a person train and met Mr. Beasley and his "Principally because I have promised is not; to just take it for granted men just as they were starting up the somebody 'that. JwouldnMt that a person Is guilty oh" with a mountain. Cousin Buddy duller had The Washington Conference Not Hl Cwombly ; he'd" never ast little stamp of her foot "I can't bear told me how he had telegraphed to has abandoned all attempts - to . you 'to do "anything like that." to talk about it!" Angels for Mr. Beasley, and I was -- ' " "No; not Daddy Hiram," I guess it's a part of a man's equip- scared to death, of course, because I regulate and control aircraft He., didn't press the matter any ment to be dense and sort of stupid knew what it mealit. So I borrowed v warfare. . . furtffer, and we rode on in silence. As, In Ms dealings with women, I mean. ON PAGEI6 0&Wo The Girl a Horse and a Dog . tfSmSX J bench-and-basi- - "j fiFJ'rb f ' f X (Up 3l 0V W Kgv BH BfL'k ErVSsv yrstop-ove- out-thru- st 1X tpJ 1 hu-miltr- y. v. m a m.sAte m ll -- Chesterfield CIGARETTES tobaccos of Turkish and Domestic blended JH $M e, half-hou- AMBEROL d RECORDS long-haire- d, Comrades prRANDALL Have Arrived! Come in self-defens- e. and hear them Jerilm jll I l old-time- rs 1 111 JlffVJItA If MMlE :lJLffliliiiiiiiMBJH side-trac- k. EUifliiBBHMfilEffl A REAL WESTERN STORY and an Unusual Love Story. If you know Randall Parrish's novels you know they ' look-Ing'straig- ht 1 are never disappointing strong men, brave," lovable women; virility of action, SalO-Ma- smashing adventures and the charm of the great outdoors. They keep the reader close to their pages, and this one is no exception. 4455-Ap- Her6ert Taylor Soon to appear serially in these columns. You will want to read it! -- -- -- Advertise In The News CONTINUED vs-- V-- ADAIRJCOUNTY NEWS FARM BLOC IN DEFY ON TARIFF r Higher Duties on Farm Products Urged by Twenty-Fiv- e Comrades ? of Peril one of those smashing western tales big "with adventure, stirring in action and representative of the strongest and most interesting types native to a great environment. is See My Big Line of Clothing ?' Senators. FIGHT ON FORDNEY -- Bill Rates Suggested by the Solons Are Those Proposed by Various Farm Organizations Demand .30 Cents on Wheat. Washington, Jan. 10. A duty of 5 cents a pound on short staple raw cotton, with 15 cents a pound on the long staple Egyptian grown In New Mexico and Arizona was asked of the senate finance committee by Senator Gooding of Idaho, as spokesman for 25 Bepub lican senators from agricultural states. The rates suggested by the 25 senators were those proposed by Tarious farm organizations. The finance committee was told that they had been accepted by the following Republican senators : Johnson and Shortridge, California; McNary and Stanfield, Oregon; Capper, Kansas; Nicholson and Phipps, Colorado ; Norbeck and Sterling, South Dakota. Qooding, Idaho; Jones and Polndexter, Washington; Oddle, Nevada; Ladd, North Dakota; Bursum, New Mexico ; Cameron, Arizona ; Ken-yoIowa; Warren, Wyoming; Spencer, Missouri; Willis, Ohio; Harreld, Oklahoma; New, Indiana; Weller, 'Maryland ; Keys, New Hampshire, and Townsend, Michigan. Besides the duty on cotton, the Republican agricultural senators asked for a basic rate of 33 cents a pound on raw wool with a scoured wool basis as compared with the 25 cents In the Fordney bill, and they also urged Increases over the Fordney bill rates on numerous farm products, notably wheat, barley, oats, corn, potat oes, poultry, fruits. They also urged a duty on hides, green and dried, which the Fordney bill would continue on .the free list Want 30 Cents a Bushel on Wheat- Duties proposed by the senators on other agricultural products were as follows: Wheat, 30 cents a bushel ; barley, 20 cents a bushel ; oats and rye, 15 cents a bushel; cattle, 1 cents a pound; fresh beef and veal, 3 cents a pound; sheep and goats, $2 a head; fresh mutton, 2 cents a pound; lambs, 4 cents a pound; swine, of 1 cent; bacon, and ham, 2 cents; fresh pork, 1 cent; butter and substitutes, 10 cents a pound ; milk, sweet or sour, 3 cents a gallon, and skimmed milk, 1 cent a gallon fcreatu, with not more than 20 per cent butter fat, 15 cents a gallon ; 5 cents a gallon additional for each' additional 5 per cent. mixtures, 5 cents a gallon for that of not more than 10 per cent butterfat and 5 cents additional for each additional 5 per cent of butterfat; unsweetened condensed or evaporated milk, 1 cent a pound, and of a cent if sweeetened, cents a all other milk, 1 cents a pound; milk powder, 4 pound; cream powder, 8 cents a n, Ice-cream It is And Shoes Dresses, New Styles and Low Prices- Ladies, Ready-tg-wea- r Ladies' and Gents Underwear. Come Early ; for the Best Bargains. .V-- ; - Randall Pari ish where he no doubt loves to be;" dealing with' thrills, .dramatic purposes, mystery, suspense and best of all charming romance. If you have read "The Strange Case of Cavendish," "Beyond the Frontier," "The Red Mist," ," "Love Under Fire," "Beth Wilderness Was "When King," or any one of nearly a score that have come from his busy penj you know what to expect. In each story there is generally a surprise, something different. In this case the unique feature is in a strange marriage an unconventional romance. Nor-vell- c Chevrolet Automobiles Are Now Down. 490 Touring Car $525.00. Roadster 525,00. Light Delivery 525.00. . ':. - They are are Durable and Easy Running. Coming as a Serial in this Paper Watch for It! Gradyville. i 1 NEM PRICES ON J at living prices. Rid- - BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a largersupply of the very best makes and I anvselling them Mrs. G. W. Dudley haa been confined to her room for several ti V: one-ha- lf al; pound, skimmed milk powder, 1 cents a pound; shell eggs, 8 cents a dozen; dried eggs, 24 cents' a pound; frozen eggs, 8 cents a pound; poultry, 6 cents a pound; grapes in packages, 25 cents per cubic foot; fresh grapes, not packed, 1 cent a pound; other grapes, dried, and currants, 4 cents n pound; raisins, 3 cents a pound: peaches and pears, dried, dessicated or evaporated, 2 cents a pound; corn, 20 cents a bushel, dried beans, 3 cents a pound; green peas, $1 per hundredweight ; split peas, 14 cents a pound ; onions, 1 cent a pound; copra, 2 cents a pound. Seek Duty on Potatoes. of a cent a Potatoes, pound; potato flour, 3 cents a pound; honey, 4 cents a pound ; millet seed, 1 cent a pound; flax seed, 40 cents a bushel; grass seed, 4 cents a pound; hides, green, 2 cents a pound, dried, 6 cents; linseed oil, Zrk cents a pound; rice, rough, 2 cents ti pound ; almonds, unshelled, 5 cents, and shelled, 15 cents a pound; walnuts, unshelled, 4 cents, and shelled, 12 cents a pound; citrate of lime, 12 cents a pound ; citric acid, 20 cents n pound ; oils of lemon and orange, 40 per cent ad valorem; fruit juices, 70 cents a gallon ; coconut, soya bean and cottonseed oil, 4 cents a cents a pound; pound, peanut oil, 4 olive oil, "iVz cents a pound; long staple Egyptian cotton, 15 cents a pound ; short staple cotton, 5 cents a pound; of n cent cotton seed, a pound. On fish, frozen or packed In ice, not specially provided forr a duty of 2 cents a pound was asked. On starch and all preparations so used, Including m sago and tapioca, a rate of 1 cent a pound was requested. Senator Gooding said the senators also accepted the rates on sugar In the Fordney bill, although they had not been discussed. He expressed the per-sonal view, however, that "the great sugar Industry cannot exist under the protection afforded in the Fordney three-quarters days with rheumatism. Misses Ruth Hili and Maude Wilmore, of the L. W. T. S., spent Saturday and Sunday at home in our city. and E. E. Nell L. B. Cain spent a day or so at Glasgow the first of the week. Mr. J. T. Hughes has been in a critical condition for the past week or so. Judge N. H. Moss spent last Friday in Columbia. Mr, Clarence Wheeler, of Greensburg, spent a day or so in this community last week. Rev. Lee Pendleton, of Greensburg, filled his regular appointment here last Sunday with a very interesting discourse. Rev. J. W. Rayburn was on the sick list for a few days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgers, Mell, visited relatives here a few days the first of the week. L. B. Cain bought of Will Walker a few days ago, a bunch of nice hogs at 7 cents per lb. J N. Coffey, of Columbia, spent a day or so here last week, surveying town lots for G. E Nell. We are glad to note 6 ' - ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. I t t i t i Bit matters not what you need on the farm, 1 can please you in the article and price. have also a Full Line of General Merchandise. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. j Uncle Porter Flowers and your reporter will engage in the maple syrup manuf acturingbusiness at an early date. If the weather will permit, we expect to have a full supply, mostly for home consumption. that place. The remainder of the tobacco that is not sold in this that Mr. Frank Wheeler and family, who have been living in the state of Texas for several years, are now citizens of our community. Mr. Ed Staples, the popular deputy sheriff, was in our midst several days of last week, helping the people pay their taxes. Mrs. Margaret Nell "entertained quite a lot of her lady friends in our town a'hd community, one day laBt week. The Quarterly meeting at this place last Saturday and Sunday Our was very well attended. presiding Elder, Rev. Wade, preached two interesting sermons. three-quarte- rs bill." "Reformed" Bandit Accused. St. Louis, Mo., Janl 16. The reformation of Al Jennings, train robber who turned evangelist, is Incomplete, it is charged by Harry Kerr of Kansas City. The latter charges Jennings I A warraat! with stealing his wife. was issued for the arrest of, Jwitay) I tonight Uncle Charlie Yates one of our oldest citizens, who has been a very active man all of his life, scarcely ever leaves home now, on the account of his infirmitiei. section will be taken there in the next few days. Messrs. R. L. Caldwell and Jo fc& two live farmers of Dulworth, MORA7ST & LOWE the Milltown community, were A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfactlon'and Gratification are Guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, of in our midst one day last week they exToria, were visiting their rela- and informed us that Give us ;a Trial and be Convinced. '"the tives here the first of the week. pect to put their teams on X road at once and help complete DeDUtv Sheriff Rollin Keltner the pike and there are others in was in town mixing and mingling the same community will do with the boys a few days ago, Mr. Ben Evans is confined to likewise. Let us all get busy preparing for our next term of and complete it before we get his room with the flu. It is the HENRY W. DEPP, court. first case reported in this combusy farming. Our farmers are now planning : munity. We hope Mr. Evans DENTIST Neatsburg for a large crop of tobacco for will be out again soon. another season- - All kind of to 'Am permanently located in Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hardwick bacco seed have been discussed, We are having some pretty and little son Billy Jr., of New Columbia. which would be "the be the best hard freezes now the first to menYork City, are visiting relatives All Classes of Denial Work Done. adapted for the soil in this sec- tion this winter. of this place. Mr. Hardwick is Crowning and Inlay Work a beds have R. L. Neat, who has been on tion. A with the N. Y. C. Railroad Co., 'Specialty. been burned and sown. If every the sick list for the past few days and is a brother to E. G. Hard community in the county get out AH Work Guaranteed is able to be out again. wick. He married Miss Alice of the weed as our peo as much Office: next door to post office. Mr. Leonard Bryant and sister, Anderson, of New York City, ple anticipate, there will not be Evelyn, and Miss Esther Logan about 2 years ago. They intend enough room in old Adair to hold visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thorn to return home the latter part of the weed that will be grown. as, of Eunice, last Saturday March. On last Monday morning there, nigfit, Mr. J. T. Burton sold a fat cow left our town and community 35 ATTORNEY-AT-LA."Ealia Grant sold to Dink Wal- at 5c per lb. one day last week. loads of tobacco for the Glasgow lace and extra fine saddle horse, Rufus Wheat sold Office Second Floor, Court Housed market. This tobacco was 3old price$225. The horse is said to Bryant his farm containing 71 West Side .Adjoining Court Room. on the loose leaf market at that the best walker in Adair coun acres, price unknown. Mr. Whea place at prices ranging from 3c be COZAJMBUa.. KT.'- -' expects to locate somewhere in to 60c per lb. All of our farmers Adair county. Beard visited ms grand are well satisfied with the sales L. T. Wheat was in Russell Eighfc prisoners escaped from, manage- - father, D. B. White, of Tarter, Springs one day last week on and speak well of the bugintw. tha Jail at Owtniboro. BL ment of the loow leaf market at iMt Saturday and Sunday -- XKKKKKKKKiKKXKKXKK;3 Colun bia Barber Shop )K!I 1 few.-.plan- t W. A. Coffey W to,-Ca- rlie ty-Orle- y 1 A' && THEfADAIRgoUTlWS -- fjAzSv Coaaty Nevis " THE POST OFFICE, Published On Tuesdays V. Who will succeed Mrr N. T, fil Oolan6i&, JE.MURRELL, - KeMacky- EOltCR -- W- -' 'J T Mercer as postmaster at Columbia is the all absorbing question, and at thisltime no tyttfTin the boundary of office has the least Mf?S. DAISY HAMLETT. - -- - Ms rrH . i A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the In ;? tetest of the city oflColumbia and the People f Adair Catered and adjoiningZCoxmties. conception.There- are several. outspoken applicants for the position, but in our judgment neither one has anything tangi- ble to base a hope upon. at the Columba" Post-offic- Some applicant may have the ment of prominent men, close to There is not a more watchful the administration, but at the Congressman at Washington iv TUESDAY JAN. 31. 1922. same time, in our judgment, than Hon. Ralph Gilbert of this there is no one who has a cinch district. He took front ranks SUBSCKIPTIONKPRICE: on the office. soon after he was sworn in,, jand 8.60 n Kentucky by many $2.00 . It is nowftbelieved .5de of Kentucky he ha3 the utmost respect of all AU Subscrlpttons"are!due andJPayable In that the man who succeeds Mr. the Kentucky delegation. rHe is Mercer. has not at this time made paying particular attention; to his desire known to local friends; the wants of old soldierst and r. ANNOUNCEMENTS thaV he islsawing wood and' not woulbe glad to hear froth ahy'i bothering the patrons of the of the veterans who may need TOR JUDGE COXJET OF APPEALS. is relying on his letters assistance at Washington, & We are authorized to; announce doing! theKtalking when they Dave Jackson, who was Secre Judge D. A. McCandless a Tcandidate reach the Second Postmaster Gen? Masonic GrandXodge for Judge of the! Court of Appeals, eral. The applicant, who makes tary of the W Third District, subject to! the action Kentucky and one of he. bethe least noise, it is believed by of loved Masons of the State, was of the Democraticlparty. many, will land the job.' y apoplexy last It is a particular job and it Stricken with night on the way to ats 'ttl business We are authorized to announce that will require a tend a meeting of the Ijpajrd at r fr H. li. James, of Elizabethtown, Har- - man to fill it.' Furthermore it Orphans Home. 'xlin county, is a Democratic candidate should be a person strong physi- the Widows and for Appellate Judge In this the Third cally as well intellectually, j&b He was conveyed to a hospital, died' in a short time. He was subject to: the August the mails are .heavy and hard to but l 'v District, ' rearecl ihtondon, Ky and was - , -- f handle. r persohallyknown and love. by Last Saturday night a heavy It will not .make any difference the Masons' of Kentucky. He v to the News who is selected. We snow fall caused a moving. picwas 66 years old. know we will get our mail and ture house in a fashionablelf porthat will satisfy us. But we are Smilinsr Dave Jacks on" is no tion of Washington, D. C to cave hearing things in the air, hence more Stricken down while lain. More than a hundred 'per-sowe advise those who are making boring with all his heart and. were killedfland about as a fight for the office, not to be strength "for the widowsand ..ormany wounded. The whole city too confident, for we truly be- - phan ceildren of Kentucky Mawas terrified. One hundred perneve tnere is a nen on' v is sons. While laboring here beit IV sons were taken out alive. worth the time for working for low he waB called to go up high it, as it pays the postmaster er, and when he reached the Frank Thomas, and $2,000 per year, and for clerk starry mansion he was no doubt of Jefferson county, who hire, $1,400 per year, is allowed. met by St. Peter who a with a ")) smiling face and outstretched t, murdered his friend, Lee last November, was tried An effort will be made at the hand said, "Come in D4fte, your awaits you, enter in the Jefferson Criminal Court, present session of the Legisla- crown and star to pass a bill for a $50,000,-00- 0 upon eternal and everlasting last week, and was given the ture bond issue for road purposes. bliss. The boys below will keep up xleath sentence. He committed We would likelto see good roads your work and after awhile you a cruel murder, and unless the all overlthe State,but we doubt will all be together." "higher court interferes he will go Kentucky votinglfor a bond issue IS KENTUCKY'REPUBLICAN. to the electric chair. for that'amount. Congressman Ralph E. Gilbert of the Eighth District, told the .FARMERS SHOULD RAISE MORE GOOD UTILITY HORSES republicans in the House of Reat Washington presentatives Federal Authorities State That Horses Are More Economical on some facts that may not have been any too pleasant in a speech Farms Than Motorized Tractors or Trucks An Infusion I of Thoroughbred Hood Gives Spirit, Vigor And he made on the federal law. The speech atEndurance To All Breeds v tracted considerable attention, There is now ;i recognized "horse bred blood giving spirit, vigor and enfor it showed that the leading tone" where short hauls and frequent durance to the colder breeds. ptops are necessary in both city and George Lane, head of 'a $1,000,000 city of Kentucky is turned over pountry Into which the truck and ranch in Canada, "in a recent to Republican control by its solid cannot enter and compete letter to Wayne Dinsmore, Secretary tractor with the horse without loss to the of the Horse Association of America, negro vote and that in the recent merchant and the farmer. After a said: election the Democratic candicostly experiment the horse is com"I have crossed Thoroughbred sires ing into his 6wn, displacing the on broncho mares; on high grade date for mayor received a majorjorfotorized truck and tractor, partic- Clydesdale mares; on mares sired by white votes ularly on the farm, where it has been Percheron stallions out of broncho ity of 20,000 of the oaciusively demonstrated that there dams; on mares that were of the city. or economy in breeding a suitable type Percheron; I had a It further showed that a dem, of lorse for a varied agricultural pure bred Percheron mare that would not settle to a Percheron sire, I bred ocratic candidate for governor, Ttervice. a recent meeting in Chicago of her to a thoroughbred sire, and vAt by 40,000 majority in (he Horse Association of America, H. usually got such mares in foal, the re- defeated O. . Taylor, Chief of the Federal sult being a crossbred thoroughbred the total vote of of the state, JJureau of Farm Markets, presented Percheron. We have bred the female 0 would have been elected by Some interesting figures, tho result produce resulting from these various p official imestigations, proving that crosses to both thoroughbred and majority had the white votiiorses are more economical in every Percheron sires, so that we have Held of operation on farms than the horses carrying various degrees of ers of the State decided the e as second endorse- People living !n the country who do not have access jtfoj4he daily city papers, have but.Jjttle conception of the crimes thatare wQf nightly perpetrated in the large cities. On the night of January 24th there were 28 known old-ups in Chicago. At the same time there was more or less of this work in all the cities of the Union. Yet some preachers tell you that the world is getting better. -h- e . & Ji WINTER GOODS REDUCED . 4 We are Closing Out at Reduced Prices-- : Ladies Coat Suits, Coats,- Furs; i Mens ' n mill matter. Suits, Over Goats, Underwear, Rubber Grgods, - a Etc Anything in Winter Goods r. t 'I at Greatly Reduced. Prices. RlJgSELL 4HeHQMQ4"6M0HQ4 &r COMPANY. of-ficej- but Wed-nesda- HHiHiniSH lIX&Jta$g8ii w m m m $e044e9 H first-clas- ". OUR PRICES RIGHT rj-- i -- , - -- -' . 3: ' ; t tVj -- - ON ns Mens Hats, Caps, Clothing, Shoes, m m m . Shirts and Underwear ' an 75LSO Children's Dress Goods Shoes Abe-gus- Ladies and and Notions. WE jVJCAJKE a. SPECI-AJL- T y on w FURNITURE Davenports. Single and Double Beds, Chairs Etc., Rugs, Carpets, Mattresses and Blankets. . '- anti-lynchi- ng live-stoc- k ': -. SEE US BEFORE BUYING N and-whenev- er m Dohoney & Dohoney (Successors to ALBIN MURRAY) DOWN 40,-00- mmmmmmmmmmwA mmmwmwmmmmwwm CUTTING is-su- e, EXPENSES. ' motorized tractor 'or truck. Computed on 1921 feed prices, the cost of power per acre, according to the U. S. Department findings, is $1.37 for plowing with horses as compared $L72 with tractors; disldng, 34c irtth horses and foc with tractors; disking in combination, 32c with horses as against 59c witli tractors; ' Xiarrowing 18c with horses as against BOc with tractors; drawing hay loader, 52c with, horses and 91c with ; tractors, and 4rawinS grain binder, 81c with horses, 55c with tractors. JThe value of mechanical motive gbwejr is clearly recognized by the Sorsft Association of America, but inquiry, 'ifter a thorough nation-wid- e itrlas been shown that the enforced displacement of the horse in farm ptirk lias been expensive to the fanner and has Increased the cost of Jiving to overy fsniy in America. jThe various State'grlcultural Col-- leges, particularly In the central west, r&rf stressing the point that horses "cholud b& bred for the dofinite qualities which stand the test of long, Jiard servics, a infusion of thorough " lth thoroughbred blood from to bred from mares of various types and blood strains. From long ex perience in the use of such horses, and our actual breeding operations, I know that the thoroughbred cross on any draft mare increases quality, endurance, and length of life." The manufacture of mechanical motive power already has caused an enormous drain upon our available labor resources, so that every, time a farmer, or business man, buys a mechanical power unit which he does not absolutely need, he is simply bidding up the labor market against himself. Nor can the market for course grains be left out of consideration. The displacement of horses occurring In the years 1910 to 1920, destroyed an annual market for over 113 million bushels of oats, 70 mUlion bushels of corn and 4 million tons of hay more than -- the average total export per year on these items. The curtaU-meof city demand cuts oft? not only the outlet for surplus farm horses, but this great market for staple farm products. nt Who can say that Congress- maniGilbert is wrong when he reaches the conclusion that: "In Kentucky, therefore, the negro voter now dictates its gov; ermental policies and selects its officers." Mr. Gilbert assured his republican colleagues in the- - house, however that the Kentucky Legislature now in session "will pass such laws, conforming to the views of the Supreme Court of United States, as are necessary to restore the government of the State to its white voters." Let u& hope that he is right about that. Stanford Journal The message of the State Budget Commissionwhich has accompanied the biennial budget estimates and bills submitted to the General Assembly apparently struck a responsive note among the Democratic majority members, according to persons who attended the Democratic The majority House caucus. members again discussed economy in State government and ways and means of cutting down expenses. This session of the Assembly, according to leaders, is determined to iind some way- - to lift the burden of the cost of government off the farmers of the State. This class has forty-thre- e members of the House of Representatives and several times the "plight of the farmer" has crept into debates on the floor, the latest instance being when Representative Brown, "of Shelby, a farmer, and sponsor in the House for the Bingham marketing bill, spoke Mr. Brown during the debate of the "blind man's relief" bill, which would require counties to pension blind speech personam a thirty-secon- d reminded the Legislators that other persons throughout the State, especially the farmer, were in distress. Persons who attended the caucus said that the Dempcrats dis cussed the possibility of abolishing: some offices by combining work and the possibility of work being done with fewer clerks and other help. Notice. All parties owine taxes for the yea) 1921, are hereby notified to come in and settle at once. By doing this you will save cost. I havo given you all the time I can. Settle at once and save cost. Cortez Sanders, Ex S. A. C. 13 3b n An Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Pulliam; of near Breeding, died Sunday of last week. Born, to the wife of J. R, Tutt, Jr., Milltown, Jan. 23, a "daughter J King.1' Adair county drilling activities Mrs. Irwin Frazer is visiting relaceased entirely after the vslump" tives in Indianapolis v ar Mr. John Q. Alexander Louisville, came, and some of the calamity fc was here la$b'Wedhesday. howlers' began to say the oil Mr. E. 31 Does, Hellyvllle, was -- at business had gone to the dogs, Tuesday. the Jeffries Hotel last particularly in the local territory, & tv, ' are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marshall but I am glad to be able to state spending a few days at Glenville. that there are still a few faithMr. John W. Butler, of Middleburg, v ful ones left who are right on THE UNIVERSAL CAR was at the!Jenries'.Hotel a few days the job, and they propose to ago. stick it through. A shining exMr. LeslieSGraves,. who travels for For a limited time only we will continue to solicit orders for' ample of this latter class is Mr. Hardware, called upon our merchants all types of Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors on the twelve months Geo. H. Palmer, president of recently. time payment plan. This offer is subiect to withdrawal at' our the Palmer Oil and Gas Com- Mr. W. R, Lon, CampbeUsville, nanv., of Cleveland and Colum- was here last Wednesday, taking ,. as we are only prepared to finance a. limited number of wVvVl-'I orders. bia. Mr. Palmer has an abiding ' .. time sales. " Mr. I. K. Breeding, of Bowiling faith in large pools of oil jbeing Do not let this opportunity pass without securing a Caipn ,he Green, was in our midst ajday or two struck in Adair county whenever of last week. easy terms. Think it'oVer. Act now.1"' Below is the way the- time intelligent deep tests have been Master Russell Willon, son of Mr. payment plan on the Touring Car less'Starter: made, and he is proving his andlJrs. Geo. E. Wilson, was quite works. His well now drilling .TOURING CAR, without starter, f. ovb. Columbia $411.80. sick last Sunday. some two miles out of Columbia Mr. O. O. Cowan, cf Albany, and 21.39 INTEREST and INSURANCE (fire ancLtheft) is already deep'er than any- - other Mr. J. L. Moler, same place, were TOTAL 433.19 tests that have been made' in here a fewdayslsitice. 5NE-THIR- D 144.39 CASH PAYMENT1that locality, and he is still goMr. D. T. Curdjtravellng salesman, J. G. Smith, BALANCE DUE IN MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS 288.80 was calling upon our dry goods men ing dqwn. Illinois parties are Master Commissioner Clinton Circuit last TuesdayandWednesday HP: MONTH 24.07 drilling near JMilltown,- - in the AMOUNT DUE-PE- R Court- - Miss WiUie'CJhewning, of Komine, $6uthwestenr part of the county, We will gladly explain to you how you can secure any type of visited at the home ofjher grandfather and reliable information is 'given " OIL NEWS. Car or Tractor on the-- above time payment plan. Your first payment Mr. B. F. Chewning, last week. '"contem-ptet- e " out that eastern parties and also your monthly payments will depend on the style of Car you Mrs. Minnies Bunnell, who makes beginning drilligg opera- -' "; .should purchase.' Note our price will always be figured delivered BY E. T. kEMPER T her homWithlMrs. J. "N. Murrell, has mJ tibns in the, vicinity of Grady- been quite sick for several days. , . jtp Columbia. '1 villeatno distant dateiO Two Mrs. Gordon Cheatham and two Weare here permanently for after service on Cars that we sell In a recent issues of, the News years agfa d locater of ions, Will ana" Robert,? are visiting Youv can npw place your'order foV a Car on the monthly installment relatives in Cumberland county' I noticed an item in effect that oil wells, equippediJwith a, "dooplan,.ancl,itfWill not be necessary to deprive yourselof the full price Nancy, the little daughter of Mr. certain parties residing in dis- dle bug" paraphernalia,v"-;mada all at one time. Call' onus or advise us and we will, have our salesand Mrs. Gordon Montgomery, was tant states are clamoring for in- - flying trip to Adair county for our-offeLet us .have your order-fo- r quite sick for severaldays last week. formation regarding the local oil man call and thoroughly-explaithe purpose of either proving or - Mrs. Asa Loy and children, of situation, so I shall try and con- disproving immediate, or Spring delivery. Our allotment of Cars are limitW the existence of oil in Georgetown, Ind are visiting relaso many each'month. Therehas neven been ed, we can'only-securtribute something alogg this line the local territory.' and after out in the coun tives in the .town and a year since we have been connected with the Ford Motor Co., when which I trust may interest'1 ijhfc spending less1 than two days in ty. " we have be'en able to secure enough cars for the demand. Orders are parties referred to above. the locality, during which time Mrs. T. J. Wade was in Louisville - now coming in fast, do not be caught, but place your order now-Thilast week, attending a conference of 4 Other business called me to he was making strenuous j at it over and act. Mission workers Jn the Louisville another state, some six months tempts to get the "bug' but Conference ago, and I have not been in di without avail, he "folded his tf Mf Lebanon, rect touch with the situation Mrs. J. T. Burdette, of and silently departed" and tent mother of Mr.lSam Burdette, has been since that time, but I have been INCORPORATED circulated the report far and visiting at thelihome of her son for kept pretty well informed through wide that there was absolutely "Columbia and CampbeUsville. the past week. different sources as to what was no oil in Adair county. Others, Mr. J. M. McQuery, who was conweeks and I am sorry to state among fined to his room three weeks, was in going on, and some two town last Thursday.ilooking thin, but ago I had the privileged spend them are some of the most prom-- 1 he will be all right in a short time. - ing seyeral dayg in the territory inent citizens of the county, Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Page arrived and of making first hand inves have been guilty of making sim-ila- r tjon of 300 barrels daily, was from Monticello last Saturday, and tigation of what is going on in but if such assertions, drilled in Mavy, 1921. Pay sands will remain hero indefinitely, as Mrs the different localities. The da"doubters" will take the trouble Burton, conPage's sister, Miss Ellen ta I was able to gather in person, to make a run down to Grady-vill- e are struck at from 160 feet up to quite sick, tinues 700 or 800 feet, and wells vary 17-and through reliable sources, and visit the old McCaff ree 1, -i Mr. W. R. Carter, Chillicothe, Texcapacity from Jfive barrels dai while on the trip, warrants me well located 'on the farm of ia 53 as, who has been in Burkesville for 0 ly up to 00 barrels or more. several weeks, returned to Columbia in making the statement at this Judge N. H. Moss, they will Tne principal development e last Wednesday, ne will be here point that the year 1922 will wit find a very oil iii Buying your Gasoline at Home, where it is Pro0 some days, and wiHJhave his lot in the ness, the greatest development quantities to cause work now being done in Russell sufficient duced, Refined and Sold by a Company who cemetery overhauled while here. 4 ever known in the history of the them to "forever after hold county is in the noted Creels-bor- o spendTheir Money in Developing your County, Field, which lies on both young ladies compos- oil business in the counties of The following their peace." The McCaff ree Give it a trial and Buy CUMBERLAND ed the Greensburg basket ball team: Adair, Cumberland andx Russell. sides of the Cumberland, and well was drilled in the year 1866, KING GASOLINE, also try their KERO-SINMisses Ella Phiilips, Bunch MitcheH Enough development of the dif and a bottle attached to a seven which was opend up in 1920, and Sold by their Agets nt Columbia, RusRuth Vance, Lynxton Cox, Pauline sell Springs, Dunnville and other points. ferent fields has been done to foot string is all that is necessa- where some very nice wells of Gertrude Tucker, Leoma Tucker, varying capacity have been Write of Phone Rhea. Chaperoned by Miss Annie prove beyond the shadow of a ry to draw oil from the the well drilled in at shallow depths. doubt that large pools of high- - at the present time. Hodges. Co Oil This Field is a similar type to Mr. B.iE Rowe, who has been in grade oil are lying scattered Oil was found in Cumberland that of "the Brush Creek, located C J. Davidson, Mgr. Frederick, Okla., and a number of throughout the territory, and a county aB far back as 1829," when past month, goodly number of operators, on the south side of Cumberland points in Texas during the Creelsboro, Kentucky, the old American well was acci- river, a Jiome last Wednesday after- among returned few miles southwest of them some of the big dentally brought in on Little noon. He was delighted with his Creelsboro. The site of the old ones of the country, are already Renox Creek, a short distance! trip. His daughter, Miss Louise, who 'Gabbert well, drilled in the sixmaking strenous efforts in the Is witli her aunt at Frederick, is in northeast of Burkesville. See. ties, and reported as having proschool. She is well pleased and is way of securing production, and I the Government Census of 1880,to say they are meeting with and also the Enclycopedia Brit- - duced a large quantity of oil for getting along finely. success in their undertakings is annica for reference to this won- some years, is in the midst of the Creelsboro Field. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. putting it very mildly. derful well. It has already been 1 Realize Money is Scarce, and in order to Glean Up the remainder of my Sto&v, When the "slump" in prices proven to the satisfaction of this , Notwithstanding the factthere I am going'to give you some Bargains, beginning and last until FebV7sJU. THE COMMONWEALTH OF of crude oil came early in 1921 wonderful well. It has already ik no pipeline- running into the Goods s 1922. I will list a few Bargains of vt CIRKENTUCKY CLINTON many operators became faint been proven to the satisfaction sections named, there is no Ball Band and Firstone Rubbers- CUIT COURT hearted and there was a great of everyone connected with the trouble in marketing the prod- - $4.00 Rubber Shoes S2.75. $3.50'Ruber Shoes $2.50. $4.50 Over Slroe ) Fannie Barger Pltff Notice of Sale curtailment VERSUS of opera tions production of oil in this territory 'U'cts of the fields located adja- $3.00. $5,00 Over Shoes, hieh top, $3.10. $6.00 Rubber Boots $450-hav- e Alice White etalDefo ) a full stock of Rubbers all reduced. Still have a Big Stock of Mens Heavyr cent to the Cumberland, for the throughout the country at large, Luau vjuniueriauu futility xs f- Shoes reduced at least one half. Best Dress Ginghams 15c per yd. By virtue of a Judgment and order ucai two big refineries, the Cumbef-lan- d e of sale of the Clinton Circuit Court but some of the old timers kept tined to be the greatest county, at; Buakesville, and the job, firm in the' beat the September Term right-orendered shallow producing field to Cane Valley, Kentucky. thereof 1921, in the above cause, I lief that better things were in be found anywhere. Drilling is the J. E. Carnahan Company, at Creelsboro, are ready buyers --for shall proceed to offer for sale at the store for the business at no disnow in full swing in many differ town of CoCourt House door in the date, and in this they were ent sections of the county, the all the crude they are able to ob- county is not only a possibility, from either Columbia or BurkesKentucky.Jto the highest bid- tant lumbia, buying same at the river not mistaken for prices for some- best strikes within the past few tain, but judging from reliable re- ville, and by boat from Burjfo-s"id- e der, at public auction, on Monday the exceptions, months having been jnade in the bank and transporting it in large ports a probability, during the Southern Railways Sixth day of February, 1922, JatliOne time past, with few sjeel tanks on barges built spec- year 1922. The open (being have had a strong upward trend, Bakerton-Brusweather o'clock p. m , or thereabout Good, comfortable accommd&- -. h Creek Field, the ially for the purpose, Both re- so far this winter has been very denmmf.v Court Day.) upon a credit of and with-aever increasing tion3 are to be found in Bear Creek Field, a few 'miles fineries are taxed to their ut- favorable to field, work and conSixmonths, the following described oil products; with east of Burkesville, and the Sulcounty sections, and anmand for One certain tract of most to supply the demand for struction work of every kind, property, is not keeping phur Creek Field, located in the ioned Kentucky welcome awaite land tying in Adair County, Ken- whice production :refined products, and they "liave and the roads throughout the tucky, on the waters of Russell's pace, it is not unreasonable to southeastern part of the county, .found it necessary to increase territory are in fair condition. all comers. Creek, and bounded and described as The different fields are easily that prices will soon and where the great Coop well, ;their capacities lately. The News SI.50 m Ky Beginning at a stone assume by " autos and teams follows, A pipeline ,for Cumberland reached a settled prdduc- the point wheae it can be credited-wit- h on the Southeast side of the W. C. reach aad-N.-.E. , and corner to Hattie Young, thence U; '& poles (old survey N. 61 E ) to a E 85 stoneMn W. C Acre line, thence with W. C Acre line and passing his corner "and intersecting Mont Grider's line TSf. 26 W; p6i, pales (old survey N. 29 W.)toastonJelJn said Grider's linp, thence S. 64 W. 85 poles to a stone, thence S 26 E. 56$ poles (old survey S. 20 E.) to the beginning, containing thirty (acres, beingjland conveyed to Frank J. Barger, now deceased, by W. A. Coffey, M. C , on the 23rd day of September, 1914, the deed to said land being of record ln'tlie Adair County Court Clerk's Office in Commissioner's Deed Book No. 5, page No. 278. Said land to be sold as designated and described as the second tract in the petition and judgment in the above styled action. For the pur chase price, the purchaser must exe cute bond, with approved securities, bearing legal interest from the day of sile, until paid", an'd having the force and effect of a Judgment.. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Witness my hand this 29th day of Decemberfl921." ' Acre farm Stapp truthfully HE ADAIR COpNTY NEWS ;ffi:.", said that "Oil Js Hllillft!yi$S$aig& &MMmOT)tfB!al . w ( con-venien- ce, -- -- - -- ' ........ - .... -- it m -:' m m m -- J -- sslf-style- m, e n r. m m e yi nk 5- The Buchanan Lyon Co. N5 t "- 4 1 -- high-grad- 4 r&Liuiuztf iiuuus muusLiyBY U. F- - fr E. 4 4 4 The Cariahai Refining & 4 $$$$$$$ - BIG REDUCTION SALE to-d-ay First-clas-- - " high-grad- n on-th- n theis - old-fsiifcl to-wi- t: to-wi- t: (o ADAIR COUNTY NEWS IMPROVED "iL. tHaggertys pony posse." vafe -- and came along uWOttf INTERNATIOHAl R here was silence for a little time; & silence as the clattering and "Kmering of the carpenters and s permitted. Then I said: "And when you got here, the first tSstoff I.dld was to call you 'Mrs. T don't blame you for not be-iSapable to forgive me, Jeanie, glrl Beam-fitterBul-ISaafea- i!. SundaySchool T (By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D., Teacher of English Bibleirr tlie Moody. Bible Institute of Chicago.) Copyright, 1922. Western Newspaper Union. Lesson Begins Feb. 1st. Continues Till Stock is Sold, T - crime," she taxwxed solemnly; "it was a blunder, "bat-madyou do If?" "Sartly because I was a jealous :&&; but mostly because I was sore :snd sorry and disappointed. I thought StoHerton had beaten me to It" rNoT' she said ulte soberly; "it .Miss Handle who beat you to It" . Ejgasped. There were tremendous 3jMEsiblUtles in that cool answer of iSaea; prodigious possibilities. "But say!" I burst out; "didn't. I ?aE;you that Lisette had pushed me overboard long ago?" Eiknow. She was sensible enough you and she couldn't live cs mo thing a year. But now that you saeirfch, or are going to be- . . . I'm srx&zyou are not going to be less gen-za- s than she was. What If she did a&e-yoriring off In a moment of and knowing that you saaUn't buy her hats? You can be -sery ure she pat It on again as soon sour "back was turned." TJhere we were; no sooner over one 3Lrnraie before another and a higher aaFae anust Jump up. I groaned and imst my hands Into my pockets. A jasper rustled and I drew It out. It the telegram Buddy Fuller had T&aaaded me, still unread. I opened It Sctfliabsently, holding it down so that zsBestow of the nearest flare fell upon :SI2Tvrlting. Then I gave a little yelp, ssrcaSlowed hard two or three times ami aiearly clioked doing it, and read 32e fifing again. After all of which I saM, as calmly as I could: Butan spite of all that I had told :va:about Lisette, you asked me once -e aaestiy, I don't" "it was worse than a LESSON FOR FEBRUARYS ELIJAH TAKEN UP INTO HEAVEN LESSON TEXT. II Kings, 2:1-1GOLDEN TEXT. Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life. Rev. 2:10. 6: ? CLOSING OUT SALE The Largest Stock Put On 'afi -- -- tsetfhat -r Takes Elijah to PRIMARY TOPIC-G- od Heaven. JUNIOR TOPIC Elijah Taken Up Into Heaven. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Jehovah's Champion Exalted. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC , Divine Approval of Faithful Service. I. God Reveals to Elijah His Approaching Rapture (v 1). It was made known to Elijah that lie was to go to heaven by a whirlwind. There Is a striking correspondence between Ills life ami his Much of his life was characterized with the rush of the storm,' so God chose to take him home to himself In the whirlwind. As a reward for his faithfulness, God lifted the prophet over death Into heaven. Elijah did not choose the time of his but was ready. 1. "Elijah's Closing Ministry (vv. home-going- .home-goin1 II Tim. REFERENCE 4:1-- S. MATERIAL-Ma- rk 9:2-- 8; Of Goods Ever Sale In This Community. Come One, Come AH. - Since deciding to Close Out our Entire Stock of Drugs, Drug Sundries, Rubber Goods, Cut Glass, Jew elry, Paints and Varnishes, we will offer this Large Stock to the Public at COST. Paint, Varnishes, Cut Glass and Jewelry 25 per cent below Cost. Entire Stock must be sold in 30 days. Come early while our stock is Complete. All Goods Sold For CASH ONLY. Note The Following Low Prices: $1500 Stock of Paint and Varnishes 25 per cent below cost. Mastic White Colors gal. as -- $3.25 2.98 1.68 Re Nu Lac qt. Roof Paint gal. Floor " Dry Stain qt. ws Fryme White HyKlas " J" 2.89 $1.05 .90 1.40 . qq .35 1.50 .25 .25 Vicks $alve Milks Emulsion Black Draught j -- .24 1110; .15) -- Cough Syrup .18! Toilet Articles $1.00 Powder .78 .50 Face Powder .39 ' .25 Talcum " .18 .35 Colgates Dental Cream- - .21 15 Talcum Powder '.08 Perfumes, Toilet water, Soaps, Hair Tonic and other toilet prepara- tions at cost. -- ). ttis Sdss you." is Js it quite nice of you to jne of it?' she Inquired reproach- re-im2-aa wouldn't be in ordinary ; It would be beastly. But, IUs;ea, --Jeanie ; haven't you been mad Rtar 'through; sometimes, in reading .acsstory, to have a coincidence rung In "It y i thing couldn'trposslbly have IliitPDene'a so patJn the nick of time?" Z suppose I have; yes." '"Well, .don't ever let it disturb you x3S2a. .Because the real thing is a lot mniESTWonaerful and unbelievable, you Jastftv. Listen to this : It's a wire from jsHjr eousln, Percy ; the one who sent sam-caa- t Into the wide, wide world to 3w&'Xor n girl, a horse and a dog, and w5ts Is the only human being outside &. Colorado who knows where I am 3aay to be "reached by telegraph. He 2sc3fcbBoston, and this Is what he says: we reached "TBfecaEXIed home when Lisette and I llhii it ill i, Congratulate vtmmae married today. -out-bound. :e;you" felhe when you knew perfectly well Knowing that the time of his was near, he did not change his manner or method of life, but thoughtfully and calmly pursued his customary duties. 1. Visits the schools of the prophets (vv. At the Lord's direction he went to give his farewell counsels to the young students whom he had been training and upon whom the future of the nation politically and religiously so largely depended. He made regular rounds in visitation and Instruction. Schools were located at Gilgal, Bethel and Jericho. His educational work shows him to have been not merely an iconoclast, but a statesman of a high order. "" 2. Trains' Elisha to "be his successor home-goin-g ). Linseed Oil gal. 98c Buy your Paint for spring at a Big Saving. Fa"ce r $1.75 1.00 1.00 .60 Wine of Cardui Cod Liver Oil Syrup of Pepsin Famijy Remedies. no .79 .79 Beef Wine & Iron .40 35c 25c 15c Envelopes. 20c Pkgs 15c " 10c " 12c 08c " " " 20c 15c 5.00 Gillette Old Style Gillette $2.00 Durham Duplex Gem Genco Razors below cost. 08c 05c POUND PAPER. - Pocket Books $1.50 Bill Folds 3.75 80c 1.00 80c $1.15 . 75c Box - vv. ). -- pause, and I broke it. tSeanle, dear, was It just common I&asnssty and good faith that made you thr-- r chances, with the deed, 2uafi3th Bullerton?" , Im commonly honest," said stim small voice at my shoulder. "TBullerton is a shrewd, smart 2 went on. "I'll venture to say rpt-- he never made such a bonehead Swexicas I did the morning you came HhTi 3Tou must think something of jiki.or you wouldn't have asked me jsot to prosecute him for trying to your father and me." Stoe.!ooked down at her pretty feet wts& iwere crossed. ,' ghlnk :a little something o slie said, with small the words. "I owed If zsnssseQ that anuch, don't stf" a minute" there was a breathless BSbc .aacaZ rfnT-irH fel-ffl- Bf my-se- en you-tldn- k? eJidu'.t deceive him outrlghf, I'm laAafid I did let him deceive" himself. iSs'ihatmade me responsible, in a way, ian&'Tienuldii't let you sendliiin to jail, .1 raafdiUTT -.But what about me? Are you to semi me to a worse place than jaiL? for that Is what the whole aiigo-Sin- :? - w:&ie iir-ori- d is going to be to me with-ouyo- u, Elijah and Elisha, ship between though the one was old and the other young. Elisha came into the life of Elijah in the field when Elijah called him from the plow (I Kings 19:19-21Elisha clung to his master to the very last In spite of three urgent requests for him to remain behind. ,These tests were somewhat like those of the Master with Peter (John 21:15-17The great object was to get him ready to take up the work which Elijah was to lay down. The order of progress of the Journey indicates, says "the exierlence of every child of Qfid who enters into a vital experience of God's best. That walk began at Gilgal. The typical significance of Gllgal cannot be mistaken by any reader of Joshua. Gllgal was the place 'where a redeemed people rolled away the repronch of Egypt (Josh. "The next stage was Bethel house of God the place of vision, of spiritual Insight, for Bethel was the place where Jehovah gave Jacob the great He ladder vision (Gen. 28:1-19must go on from Bethel to Jordan. Jordan stnnds for the New Testament truth, crucified with Christ. There, on the resurrection side of Jordan, the gift of power awaited the prophet." III. Elijah's Rapture (w: 1. Ellsha's request of Elijah (v. 9). The walk of Elisha with Elijah from Gllgal to Jordan has prepared him for the final question of Elijah before his rapture. Elijah now knew that It was safe to allow Elisha to choose for himself. Elisha made a noble request did not ask for riches, honor or posl-ilothe qualiHe supremely-desire- d fications which would enable him to Curiously worthily succeed Elijah. enough, however, Elisha performed twice as many miracles as Elijah. 2. The condition of receiving was ). ). Sco-fiel- d, 5:1-11- ). ). There was a real friend- 50c $1.50 Boxes $1.25 " 75c " 50c " 35c ' 25c " ill . 30c $1.25 $1.00 " " " " " - - - W 89c 78c 45c Conklins Pens and Pencils. $4.75 Pen 3.50 " 2.75 " $3.56 Box Paper.. 98c 75c ' - 75c " 50c 25c Purses 75c Brushes 50c " " 28c 17c 50c 35c 20c 15c 50c 43c 08c Tooth Brushes. " Tablets and Note Books. 85c Note Books " 75c " " Paper 10c " 10c Tablets" 05c " 05c Pencils 2 for 35c 25c 15c 10c " " " " . 55c ' 38c 3.50 Pencil 3.00 " 1.50 " 2.63 2.00 2.63 2.25 1.10 25c 15c 08c Flash Lights Complete, $4.00 light 1.85 $2.98 1.39 1.13 94c 75c 05c 1.50 1.25 1.05 X' " -- - Rubber Goods. $2.50 Hot Water Bottles j - 08c 04c 07c 90c 40c 30c $1.89 1.35 225 Lowneys Candy. $5.00 Box 3.00 2.50 1.50 1,25 .85 Combs. $1.25. Combs " 75c " 50c 1.50 ; 1 .25 Fountain Syringe 1.50 Bulb ; 90c 79c $2.50 1.50 1.25 .85c " 98c 52c Razors. $5.00 Auto Strap $3.85 75c 65c 40c Large Stock of Jewelry. ' Less 50 per cent. Best Quality. Ivory Sets Odd Pieces Community Plate Silverware Hair Nets 15c Nets 10c Nets, 3 for 15c Double Mesh Buy your supply the first day. Knives. 10c 25c 10c Big Assortment 50 Year Guarantee, Below Cost. Hurry if you want Silverware. . $1.25 to $1.75 Choice 89c. and Cut Glass Less 50 per cent 500 Disc Phonograph Records 40c Each. Make Your Arrangements to Attend this Big Sale. Don't Forget the Date and Place, n. Russell & Taylor, Methodist At Columbia. Kv. 12--A ( Jeanie, dear." Her answer was just like her: She a&urned and put up her face to me and ssnifi, 1vis,s me again, Stannie." And fcoagh all the carpenters on the job larKEe booking on, as I suppose they rwere, fby this time, I took her in my -- steadfastness and perseverance (t. 10). He must have faith in the Invisible life in order to have power for public ministry. (v, 11). It seems that lie went to heaven In a chariot of fire enveloped by the whirl.1. Work. 'Res. Phoie 13-- B. Business Phone Elijah's rapture sa ,ton jtHlegram, took out my pencil, and with t&e dear girl lopking on, printed my rfigfly on what was left of the message v5blank. This Is what I said : The .same to you. Have found the , the "H. and the D., and Hiss Jeanie 3Cwmbly and I are to be married ns as we can find a minister. dentally, I have learned how to work. ;3Ipe It will be a comfort to you, to uScandfather Jaspe if he is where he &m hear of it and to all concerned. . "STANNIB." ITHE END. lie Jn the public circumstances. TWlten it was over, I folded Percy's It was a short spasm ; it sort of had wWiUiam Blunk, a Louisville po- - ', '"ilt Ciiceman, entered the car of three - itram .bandits unarnaedrand at-.tempted to arrest them. There- -- was that Blunk was kid- capped and left unconscious on a -- 7"sountryoad. . . which till believers shall experience at the appearing of Christ (I Cor. 15 :51, 52). IV. The Spirit of Elijah Upon Elisha (vv. 1. Elishas cry (t. 12). He cried after Elijah, "The 'chariot of Israel and the horsemen thereof I" This ' shows the value of a godly man to It Implies that Elijah his country. was the true national defense. Godliness and character are more Important than armies and navies. 2. Elisha uses the power (w. 13, 14). He had faith to put the power to test. 3.' The spirit of Elijah on Elisha 15). This wns confirmed by the sons of the prophets A Prophecy of Christ. And the angel of the X,ord protested unto Joshua, saying, Hear now, 0 .Tnshiin the hlch Driest, thou, and thy ' fellows that sit before thee : for, .be- liold, l win oring iorm my servant we branch. In that day, salth the Lord of hosts, shall ye call every man his neighbor under the vino and under the 12-15- wind. Elijah underwent that change A communication received at Southern Methodists headquarters in Nashville Tennessee, gives Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST- nfr Office, Front Rooms Jeffries'BTdg. DEHLER BROTHERS 1 CO., interesting information regard-- J 16 Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 ). -- (. flg tree. Zecharlah 3:0-1- 0. Scott county farmers have pe- tsiitaoBed the Legislature to reduce Suffering. vtheir taxes. There is no suffering Jn the hnt ultlmnteiv comes to be e by God. A. T. Quitter Coach, ing the work of the deparment of church extension of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In a re port from the board of Church extension, which has offices in Louisville, Ky., the statement is made that the executive secretary, Dr. S H. C. Burgin, during the fall of 1921 has made a conference visitation of the annual conferences in the United States, visiting in person 27 annual conferences in the interest of Church extension. In addition to this work Dr. Burgin has made numerous inspections of churches, delivered sermons and public addresses; officiated at laying of cornerstones and church many dedications, estalished memorial loan funds, and assisted in building and financing LOUISVILLE, KY. ' Roofino, Pencinjg, -- Hardware, :iJP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY many many chruches. This work has involved from ocean to ocean and aggregate of 15,000 miles being covered since August 1921. The work of church extension is considered one of the most important branches of service undertaken by the Methodist Episcopal Church, south. Its principal work is to give financial aid in the erection of church and parsonage buildings in sections Contractors Supplies, Asohajt, Shiholes. which are unable to meet this expense. In order to do this the board of church extension maintains a modern plant service furnishing an 1 plans in the way of achitectura and expert advice in regard to church buildings and equipment. Church extentkm headquarters up-to-date .; are in Louisville, Ky. Bishop W. F. McMurry is president of the board; Dr. S. H. C. Burgin, secretary; Jas. B. Preston, assistant; .Rev.1 J. A. Baylor, architec- tural secretary, and T. L. Jefferson, loan secretary Sugar is expected to advance materially in the near future. xA V j ADAIR COUNTYINEWS THE NEWS KM n Cardoi'Did rxrrrjjm MOTOR cop is: JULIAN S. MYRICK Bogard, Mo- - SLAIN IN CHASE Policeman of Winthrop Harbor Harbor, III., Killed While Pursuing Car. BROUGHT DOWN WITH SHOTGUN One of Five In Big Blue Touring'Car Shoots Officer While Traveling at 70 Miles an Hour Slayer May Be Bootlegger. Chicago, Jan. 16. William Peterson, motorcycle policeman at Winthrop ilarbor, 111., was shot; to death by one of five men in a lurge blue touring car he had raced at breakneck speed for seven miles to arrest the occupants, believed to have been running whisky. Part of the wild flight was through the heart of Zion City, 111. At times the speed of the car and motorcycle reached 70 miles an hour. Near Beach, 111., between Zion City and Waukegan, Peterson's machine overhauled the automobile. As he yelled an order to the driver to halt, one of the five men leaned from the rear seat, took deliberate aim with a shotgun, and fired two charges of buckshot into the policeman's abdomen. Thrown Into a Ditch. The motorcycle swerved into a ditch beside the road, hurling Peterson ten feet into a field. He was dead when Melvin Jordan, nineteen years old, of Beach, and Geoge W. Pavlik twenty-fouand Lyle Fast, farmers who were watching the wild chase and saw its finish, reached his side. News of the shooting was immediately telephoned Xo Waukegan and other towns on the road to Chicago and police traps were laid for the death car. Automobile posses of deputy sheriffs and police also began immediately to patrol all the surrounding country In search of the machine. The chase which ended in the shooting of Policeman Peterson began Wis. The car with Its five occupants, all believed to have been colored men, shot through that city at a high rate of speed. A deputy sheriff undertook to halt them and, falling, . r, Jaih 16; 198S. tviijr pa Editor News: My father requested me to new his subscription to th&2r3EEz as he cannot get along without Sl We are having ideal wa&-grat presenc, have had butr 5ts?s snow. All are in good healtrt x cept myself. My sister Helen attends ?3e&ri3! every day, and is making." sxseJ lent grade3. My brother- and wife continue to have ar liberal trade considering there- sw& four stores in the same buainsffF. My sister Letha ano IStfe daughter. Lucile visited vvcrm weeks with us in September sza route to. Elida New Mexico te On arriBimgr make their home. there her husband and his Brafcn er Dolphus Burbridge purcBosei a grocery and dry goods" stvz&i and are receiving a spFendTaii trade. My sister Emma and hers srs-ban- d, Roljert Nix, are on s 3j:e: hundred and forty acre catste ranch at Branson, Colorado:. Qc?a October the 4th they were Sa?i proud parents of a fine baby lejr named Wilmore. They have jobSe completed a beautiful staaBr dwelling. My Uncle S. W. Browning zt turned January, 6th from CEa bia and is our guest at presznw. He leaves the latter partrofr && week for Kansas to resumes- 2sa work. We have had-- bountifuF supply of rain the last yeai. sktjf were fairly good, wheat antfBfe were slightly damaged by zsro fall but corn yielded gooc? aasS sold for 40c and 50c per bsa&EL Eggs have been as high as SOcr: but are only 20c to 24c this week-To- wn and township taxes sres extremely high this year. Senna farmers who purchased high priced land, have had to give it-uand lose large sums wMeb they paid down on date of purchase. I look forward to Friday, wheian I will receive the News, I en joy the ser'als.I Hked"The Call of ihss Clan" very much, also "A Marsr. to His Mate". The serial that is: " 2 Suffer? 24 Wonders for Me," Declares This Lady. C,T c H VJjj & In The State 9 lob feol : a H 5 CtlffprAi tnr J Innn $2.00 Out Of The State time with womanly weak- ness," says Mrs. J. R aimpson, or 0 spruce St., Agheville, N. C. "I" finally got to the place where it was an effort for me to go. I would have bearing-dow- n pains in my side and back es- jiwbiauj obibic auusa my back, and down in my .- H. - K j&$ K no! Hi a deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily up- - - .w.w ...w b"t TAKE E3 position. Julian S. Myrick, who has been president of the United States Lawn Tennis association for several years, has been elected for another tprm In that CARDUI The Woman's Tonic FORD TO RENEW FIGHT Automobile Magnate Not Satisfied With Seating of Newberry. Declares People Will Have Something to Say at Fall Election This Year. Washington, Jan. 1G. "The senate had its say on the Newberry case the people's say will come in the fall of this year when certain senators come up before the people at the polls," said Henry Ford. "Spending money for the purchase of politfcal offices has come to pass," he added. "I doubt that the people will stand for that. The full import the senate has done in seating Newberry is only beginning to Impress Itself upon the people." Senator La Follette, progressive Republican of Wisconsin, threatened again to take the same stand relative to the status of Senator Newberry that he took In the case of former Senator Lorjraer of Illinois. Senator La Follette related these facts In denouncing the Newberry case as "far worse" than the Lorimer case. "I assert that the personal knowledge and guilt of Newberry have been established more conclusively than were the personal knowledge and guilt of Lorimer," he said. "I believe Lorimer would be more entitled to a seat In the senate today than is Newberry." Senator, Kenyon of Iowa, another progressive Republican, who voted against Newberry, sajd he was "in thorough accord" with Senator La Follette. of-wh- The Courier-Journ- al s "I beard of Cardul and decided to use it," continues Mrs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was benefiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been glad to praise WA Cardui. It is the best WjM woman's tonic made." Weak women need a tonic. s JFSd thousands, like Simpson, have Thousands and Mrs. found hj H - y The Times Or Post AOT3 fcoQ Try Cardui for vortrou- U1C ALL s 9 a DRUGGISTS J. 80" mnmv 5 Randall Parrish B THE NEWS i ONE YEAR FOR started In pursuit. Goes Through at Sixty Miles. Winthrop Harbor is just south of the Wisconsin line. The blue car roared through that village at sixty miles an hour, with the Wisconsin deputy close behind it, but forced to give up the chace because he was out of his own state. Policeman Peterson took up the pursuit for him. With muffler open, the-blmachine dashed Into Zion City, residents there watched in horror as it tore over a half mile stretch of rough, unpayed street, expecting momentarily to see the car smashed and its 6ccupants killed. Half a mile behind It came Policeman Peterson on his motorcycle. He did not slow down a fraction of a mile for the rough road, and Avhen the paved roan south of the town was reached he was only a quarter of a g p, WARRANTS OUT FOR BREWERS Government Charges Keeley Company, of Chicago, Violates Prohibition Laws. Chicago, Jan. 1G. Warrants for the arrest of Thomas F. Keeley, president of the- Keeley Brewing company, and secretary and Lawrence Henley, treasurer of the company, were issued by Commissioner James R. Glass at the request of Assistant United States District Attorney Andrews. They are charged with violating the United States prohibition laws. Warrants were issued at the same time for the arrest of three employees of the company, who, according to Mr. Andrews, were on a truckload of beer - mile awny. $6.00 The Above Proposition for the Louisville Papers Does not Apply to those Living in the Corporate Limits of Columbia. n 4 EAGLE "MIKADO" PencUNo.174 For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL" WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK This son of Illinois is one of the most prolific and successful of American writers. Aided by a fertile imagination, his own career and experiences have furnished plots in abundance. Educated for the law, he has been plainsman, prospector, miner, countiry editor, city reporter and novelist, and has also taken a dip into commercial , waters. Many kinds of life are depicted in his books, but he doubtless shows to best advantage in stories of the West. You are sure to like his "Comrades of Peril," a true western narrative which soon will be reproduced serially in these columns. The shooting aroused intense feeling in villages and towns along the north shore, and all night long volunteers assisted police and deputies in the search for the blue car and the slayers. ROBBER KILLED IN With both machine making their xitmost speed they roared toward Beach. Jordan, Pavik and Fast, working near the road, heard the throbbing motors when they were two miles away and watched the chnse. -- Fires With Shotgun. When the car was almost opposite where they were working Peterson drew alongside it. The three men of the men in the rear seat turn, yell something, then aim with the shotgun and fire. When the three reached Peterson's side the blue car had raced Into the village of Beadh nnd disappeared. One of the men ran to telephono word of the shooting to Waukegan As the others attempted to cnrry Peterson to Beach, Deputy Sheriff Wilson of Kenosha, driving to Waukegan with his wife, came along in his automobile. Peterson was loaded Into his car and rushed to Victory Memorial hospital in Waukegan. Physicians there said buckshot from the shotgun had struck him in the abdomen nnd near the heart nnd that he was dead even before he was placed in tb& deputy's machine. Mile Speed. Showed Seventy-twWaukegan police who went to the scene of the shoot i ig said the register on reterson's motorcycle showed that the machine bad reached a speed Df seventy-tw- o miles an hour in the chnse. .Pavlik and .TordoiL-tolthe police the automobile was running at miles an hour when least sixty-fiv- e the shots were tired from it. saw-on- e running now is also good and" 3 am anxious to see how it wiB terminate. Enclosed you will find chec ten pay for the News. Will close 33 wishing the many readers ol iirer News a prosperous New Yearu, Yours Respectfully, Phoebe Wilmorez.- . which ery. was seized by government agents Dec. 20. The beer is said to have been made at the Keeley brewARBUCKLE JURY STILL SHORT Eleven Temporary and Eight Prospective Selections Made Second Venire Called. San Francisco, .Jan. 16. The jury to try Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle for a second time on a charge of manslaughter arising from the death of Miss Virginia Rappe last September i not yet completed In the Superior court here. When court opened eleven temporary jurors were In the box and eight prospective jurymen had been examined from a econd venire summoned from another department of the court. The original venire of sixty-five called for the trial was exhausted Friday. CHICAGO Sparksville, Farmers in this section ares taking advantage of the prettr weather by burning plant bedB. The MessrB. Rose and Doolexr were in Columbia on buamesa? last Thursday. Mr. Hades Harvey, the business merchant of Diricro, was iiai our midst one day last week-Mi- ss Grace Compton, of STeB wj&s is spending the week-enher sisters, Mrs. Joe Willie WooW en and Mrs. Rollin Dooley. . Mr. Frank Wheeler was attending to business at Sparks-villone day last week.. I wish to conclude by speaknigr A,y a word in favor of the story, Girl a Horse and e Dog," it is h. good story in the writers estimation aiid fit for the fitest to TeatL. d; ' o d CHEMIST HONORED e Dr. William H. Burton Given Perkin Medal for Gasoline Cracking Process. . HOLDUP W. B. PATTES03NT GENERAL INSURANCE International MadetoMeasure Clothes. 3 ' Second Floor, Jeffries Building. 2 ! J - L. Office H.-Jone- s Another Fatally." Wounded During Battle at Roadhouse Ten of a Miles From Toledo. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist s Special attention givenJDisease Domestic Animals at Re ' , Toledo, Jan. 10. One robber was killed and, another fatally wounded and captured when six armed men 2 1 mile of 'own, or held up'W. H. Browne's roadhouse,- ten ' : inlles south of Toledo, at midnight. iown road . The wounded man is Robert McCqr " , mlck. of Toledo. The dead man.vwhosn - ?f. home is", said! to be In Denver, Colo., -- - CoIumbterKy hastnotbeeiT-VdenUfled.v- r. of Indiana, was awarded the Perkin offered by the American Society of- - Chemical Industry in New York, it was learned here. The. medal, the highest award of its "kind In this countryt is" given to the person whose chemical research work is considered of the greatest advantage to mankind. Dr. "Burton's work in perfecting the Burton cracking process, through gasoline is r manufactured,, which brought him the award. medal, Chicago, Jan. 1G. Dr. William H. Burton, 999 Lake Shore drive, president of the Standard Oil Company William Penn Watts is thesez-on- d man to be givenths- - dealfei penalty in .Breathitt for- - "fiissr shooting down of four memftsjs v of the jailer's family" in- - an as sault upon the jaiJJ '" " --- I T 1 ? ( .4 V ymef f ' ( j m- m - .z. COMMISMONER'S SALE. "X-- V.- AnAIR COUNTY NEWS,1 u - - GET COLOR INTO YOUR "3LDAIB CIRCUIT COURT WALLPAPER 1C NR1I22 CATALIG Mil ItllV ant ii FREE FREE OF KENTUCKY. HI II SI! W. WAIKET ST., LC. Christie &c PItff) PALE CHEEKS Mcdowell, LHISYILLE. KY. vs 2ZT ccotSrove &c Deft ) Th Stk' MaU OnUr Heuta" Byvirtureofa Judgmenf and Or- fflteifeof Sale of Adair Circuit Court, If Your Face is .Your Fortune. Wanted. oadteed at Nov. Term, thereof 1921, Don't Look Like a iihe above cause, for the sum of Wanted. Agents to sell Monuments Bankrupt 2258:93 67 with the interest at the rate for Old, Reliable Firm,, Eastahlish.ed A6tper cent, per annum from the 14 rdxy of Nov. 1921, until paid, and Who does not want red lips, a good, 1870. Apply John Vernia .& Son, a2)6.15 costs herein, I shall proceed to clear, healthy complexion and bright, New Albany, Ind. leafier for sale at the Court-hous- e door flashing eyes? 12-Some people have such wonderfully Columbia, Kentucky, to the high- .vB&'bldder, at Public Auction, on Mon- - good health nothing seems to hurt OWensby. iSty, the 6th day of Feb. 1922, at One them. Others could so easily have ?felock p. m., or thereabout (being fine color and more strength and vigor Generally speaking the health Gaucty County,) upon a credit of six if they would help nature with Gude's is a splendid iron of this community is very good It payable 3t2a3twelve months, ' . v- -f 4t I1 lfXJ " It is better to have it; and not need it, than to need.it andnot have it." Sound Insurance!. N -- Pepto-Manga- one-hal- f - . ;lte f &sisix months and In twelve ;3BRths, the following described prop- tty, towit: A certain trabt or boun- land lying in Adair county, Kentucky and bounded and described jarsSeliows: Bounded on the North hy jlands of Lee Farris, John Vaughan :ud Logan Bridgewaters, on the West iry thja lands of Wilkes Groves, Sam fmitb, William Smith, Will Griffin, fKoberfc Blakey and the Greensbiirg iana Columbia road, on the South by lands of Willie Griffin and the Valley County road, on the East Spyths lands of John Ike Smith, con- sj&aunrng 140 acres more or less. For 4 me re complete description reference as tn&de to the pleadings, judgment zxnd order of sale, in above styled ac vZian. I will also sell at the same time xsnd place, in the above styled action, spon avcredit of three months, One tSslECk-marmule 4 years old. After selling said mule, I will sell the said .land. Or sufficient thereof to the sums of money so ordered to t&c made. For the purchase price, the r jranShaser, with appro 7ed surety or severities, must execute Bond, 'bearing interest from th6 day of sale and having the force and. effect -- Ca Judgment. Bidders will be promptly with these s2erms. TW A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. one-hal-- tonic that physiciansjiave prescribed for thirty years Id is not an experiment It is not merely a temporary help, because it makes plenty of red blood and, as everybody knows, red blood is the only sure foundation of permament health and strength. of your druggist and take it a few weeks and see how much better you feel and look. Sold in liquid and tablet form Advertise ment.-My $1 50 12-- 4t at this writing. Our farmers have taken advantage of the present pretty weather by plowing a lot for corn. Owing to the fact that there is psrtiapi no other regular repre sentative in this part of Russell, we shall, take pleasure in not only mentioning the happenings of this but also of nearby comrnuh nities. Miss Pearl Bra'dshaw, primary teacher in the Jamestown Graded and High School, was recently the pleasant guest of Miss Emma Grider from Friday until Sunday. Sam Walkup, of Garlin, Adair county, who was reared near Rowe's.X Roads and attended school at Moore Schoolhouse when srboy, lately visited frjends jn this section and reviewed scenes days. ot ' Lee A. Lawless, wife and two children, of Jamestowur" have moved in the house with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lawless at this Dlace. to help care for the elder Mrs Law less, who is in very feeble health.. Their two oldest daughters Will remain at Jamestown for the present to attend school. " by-gone Farming is so fulUof Hazards that it is unprofitable to farm unless properly Insured. ( JS- -t ii. It. is 5 H& H impossible to, foretell when ;misfortune.may strike you and ji w -- r cause heavy damage. ., i ayeryv chance Jersey bull is now in my lot. at the gate Joe Barbee. Mrs. Herbert Taylor, who has good :5rciV business qualifications,' has accented a position with theitFirst Jtfatlonal Bank and has entered upon the discharge of her duties. See our new-Spring Eor youl take '' it " :7' - againsiFife, "Wind, Lightning and. death, you eanget Insurance ' t- Ginghams. Dohoney-&i)ohoney. e - r in this Agency. It- - prc-Vjjn- ce iletl Three children were down with pneumonia at the home of Mr. Gea O, Barnes last week, three confined at the home of N B. Kelsay and one"" at the home of Mr. Lawrence Wilkerson. More Miles, More a.' kjr- . yBt-t- i,01"'jir? you witn ... .. lndemnity'rir' j.time ra- . , :;se3-- provides . m ifaei.U! ' & .i.t:r. M. o of Loss. 'A V KV un--t$- 3l Power, ask for That. Good Gulf Gasoline. A. C. C. An attractive .Fordson "Ad" ap- sqr8B.cs in this issue of the News. Bead . V2ib the dealers have to say then buy joo if you'want to turn your ground rapidly. jj.- Garnett Anderson and Kual De- Spain were arrested In Green" county last week, charged with making whis ky unlawfully. They were carried to Lebanon where they were held over C. C. Bbldrick in by Commissioner" the sum of 8300 each. V " : REED BROS. Insure In All Its Branches. ji Guineas Mr. Elmer Cundiff, of Haraline, and office. VSrttss Clara Givins, of Cane Valley, wanted. Call the News were happily lEa.Z. married at the home" of T. Williams, a few days since i Adair County News,- - $1.50 and doing. The latest, addition and anxious toJItieifthe nuptial that we Amight. mention is a. new, ktibt for any waywardj old widper. year Squire in the person of Logan C, ower or old maid. Blair, who will doubtless mete Our community is always up otildustice to evil-doeand is ' . rs i. .... rammmmliM "Uncle" Ben Allen, merchant and proprietor of;fi"Uncle Ben's Hotel", who haslalsoj been constable for some fewJIyearBi 'w suppose has again! been? and will gracefthat dffice with all manner of dignity. ed r .UK uouiN ft t flft y K : fJ5H SHINGLES not rot, the nail heads THESE shingles dodo not rust off, they do them hot dry out, curl or split, wind does not loosen" them. This is because the body of the shingle is made of wool felt saturated and built up with Carey tempered asphalt which protects the nail heads and makes the shingle elastic, flexible and permanently water-prooN ,."if ,j?&it uiafc y ' W- - SJ ,The FORD MOTOR- - CO., announces a re- s. '' duction in price of Fordson Tractor, effects vt ftlqst of the rural schools"in the county have closed. The one at was which this., taught by Mr. J. B.IStephens, of Eli, was one of the best schools place NEWRRICE $395.00 1 iveFriday, Jan. 27, 1922.' 1921 PRICE ' $625.00 f.to. b. Detroit V 192Q PRCE f. ... b- - Detroit $850.00 f. O. b; Detroit? or ten horse power gas engines. We are only allotted 12 ractors for Adair County this year. Every progressive farm-e- r should ovvu a FORDSON. Let us explain to you how you can own one of the famous FODSONS, with a small Cash Payment balance on easy terms. We will be glad to give you a demonstration onyour farm to prove what a wonderful helper and time saver it is. Ask any of your neighbors that have one, what he thinks of it. W believe that it 'will only be a short time before we have orders for this years allotment. Think it over and let us have your order. an eight You cap. see from the above that the FODSON price is now less than half of what it was In 1920, costing very little more than f ever, in the community. The County Board of Education sure made a wise choice in selecting MivwStephens. The school at Derghark, taught by PaulgGrider was lately out; the one at Liberty) taught by John Wilson; and. the school at Bradley taught by Mrs. Lula Helmjare all reported as being- successes. Rey. Schoular, pastor on the Russell Springs circuit, lately closed a successful revival at Mt. Pleasant Methodist church, near Esto. There were a number of professions including men and women at the head of families. Mr. Parish Marcum and wife who are perhaps 70 odd years old were two of the number. v The directors of the Columbia Fair Association met a few days ago and decided that the date of the next meet would be Tuesday, August 22nd, and continue four days. Commence now to get yout stock in presentable condition. f. Carey Shingles meet the requirements of building laws and fire underwriters. They are surfaced with crushed slate which is spark-proo- f. They are offered in red or green shades the natural fadeless slate colors. They require no paint to keep' them permanently beautiful. Place your order early. ;" 1 DAVIS HARDWARE CO, Kentucky, J5. Columbia, MNNOUNGEMENT. ' Greateet Dri'.k The World's "COCAi-COllA- " -- Now 5 c. A Pencil qr Calendar given with each Bottle-- as long as they last fill WFiy Buchanan-Lvotin (Ml COLUMBIA ." n CAMPBELLSVILLE. Co. Inc. Drink Inferior substitutes. Bottiedi'n Sterilized "Safety First" Patent Bottlest' Russell & Taylor, J. L. Wilson, Geo. McLain and Royal Cafe; Ohio-count-y, w -, Ike Griffith, aged 75, who died Coca-Col- a ottlirv was the Sunday in Carrp6elIsVillB, third member of the family and household to die within a week. Exclusive Agents.for Six Counties. (Vorks, tac. Ky. . i