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Business was in full swing at the church bazaar when a young man strolled around evidently with no intention of purchasing anything. As he possed one booth the young lady seller detained him. "Won't you buy a cigarette holder, sir?" she asked. "No, thank you, I don't smoke," was the reply. "Or a penwiper worked with my own hands?" . "I don't write " "Then do have this niqe box of chocolates." "I don't eat sweets " The young lady's patience was exhausted. "Sir," she said grimly, will you buy this cake offsoap?" He bought it. Ladies Home Jour- nal. Eld. W. Mart Miller, of Corydon, Ky.r will preach at the Christian church, this city, next Wednesday evening, Feb. 15, at 7 o'clock. The publio is cordially invited to attend. The membership of the church is es pecially desired tojbe present. Nell & Cheatham, who sustained fire losses here several months ago, have sued the" Henry Clay Company and Norwich England Company for a NUMBER 17 HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS 'On Wednesday, p. m., Mrs. W. A Coffey, Mrs. Fred Hill, and Miss Minnie Trlplett entertained a number of friends at a cafeteria tiinner, at the attractive home of Mrs. Hill. The eW was decorated and a delicious enu was enjoyed by the following guestsi Mesdames S. P. Miller. J. O. Russell, Eros Barger, W. B. Patteson, Richard Dohoney, A. D. Patteson, Chelcie Barger, Mont Cravens, Edwin Cravens, Laney Staples, Daisy Ham. lett, Woodruff Flowers, Allen Walker, CM. RuSsell, Fred (Myers, W. R Myers, W. A. Hynes, S. M'. Burdette, J, F. Patteson, Bruce Montgomery, Gordon Montgomery, G. F. Stults, Rena Paull, M. C. Winfrey, R. V. Bennett, MissSallie Baker. f Do You Remember? ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. 1 H. H. Tedder, Pltff. Sherman Haskins Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov. term, thereof, 1921, In the above cause, for the sum of $200 with the interest at the rate of G per cent, per annum from 23 day of August 1919, until paid, and 266.60 cost here-- " in, I shall proceed to offer for sale at door 'in Columbia, the Court-hous- e Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Mondav the 6th day of March, 1922, at one o'clock p. m., or, thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property A certain tract of land lying in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Green river, containing 12 acres more or less, and bounded on the East by the lands of Henry Evans, on the North by the lands of Henry Grant on the West by tbe lands of Sarah Haskins' heirs, and on the South by the lands of Frank Neat, Jr., and being the same land conveyed by Oscar Evans to the defendant, Sherman Haskins by deed dated the 21st day of Mafch 1918 which deed is now of record in the Adair County Court Clerk's office in deed book No. 34 page 522 For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond bearing legal interest from, the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared ta comply promptly with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-wi- PAHSON SAY AH OUGHTEfc . BYJES3E L MURRELL MAKE vs - T I UP A RESLUTION 6IT LONG WIP DE OLE FUM NOW ON , BUT I've reached the evening time of life, aun is getting low; I soon shall quit this earthly strife, To heaven's I hope to go. Life's morning's gone, it can't return, My strenghth is waning now; This lesson help me rightly learn, And pay my ev'ry vow. 1 would be true in closing years, More true thaain life's morn: And live each day in God's good, fear, Bis holy name adorn. MyVpower declining ev'ry day, Pdiin but serve Thee less; AVon Thy altar still I lay, And I am richly blest My My hope is bright, my love is strong, Thy word is sweet to me; ' Fm happy aB I iourney on OMAM TAIN' NO USE SHE DONE RES'LUTED V 6IT. L0N5 When Geo. Gallahar hung himself in the old Columbia jail? When W. H. Walker carried on blacksmithing back of the Baptist church? The little brick Methodist church that stood near the far corner of Mr. . Henry Miller's garden? zgg&f . The Northern Methodist church res- that stood where Henry Miller's t: idence now stands? When liquor sold in barrooms in Columbia, at 5 cents a drink, six for 25 cents? When fashionable balls were given at the hotels in this place, and young gentlemen and young ladies would be in attendance from' Greensburg and MopticelloV When Jim Barberry drove the stago team and would halloo upon entering; Columbia, "Here comes to hard up and the hard down?" The bear and dog fight that Par berry gave, in a tent, back, of Jeffries Hotel in the summer of 1865, the bear winning against three dogs? The first and only Indian that ever. lived in Columbia John Carr. Hs made his home and worked for Joslabf" Harris, who lived where T. 13. Waggener now resides? When Langhorn erectedflthe build- v. ing that is now used by the Graded and High School? When- - On Friday at one p. m., Mrs. J. O Russell, Mrs. A. D. Patteson and "Mrs. Chelcie Barger entertained about forty friends at dinner in the lovely , home of Mrs. Russell, on Bomar "Heights. The house was decorated in potted plants and the table in pink carnations. After a sumptuous din-ne- r was served, cafeteria style, music was enjoyed and many of the guests lingered until a late hour. The following is a list of the invited guests: Mesdames Press Miller, Albia John D. Lowe, John Lee Walker, Richard Dohoney, Ores Barger, Eros Barger, Will Patteson, James JEubank, W. R. Myers, Fred Myers, W. A. Hines, Clarence Hindman, R. V. Bennett, Allen Walker, Ray Mont gomery, Bruce'Montgomery, Joe Pat teson, George Stults, Gordon Montgomery, C. M. Russell, Daisy Hamlett, Woodruff Flowers, Fred Hill, Robert A. C. C. Reed, Edgar Reed, Perry Hutchison, Try our Best Grade Santos Peaberry Tilden Wilcoxsin, Laney Staples, Herbert Taylor, S. P. Miller, W. A. coffee. Coffey, Mont Cravens. Misses Minnie Dohoney &bohoneyv Triplett, SallielFiclds, Lucira Bushong Mary and Susan Miller. Some Moving Ed-ban- k, -- -- Copyrlgtt. ISZOby McCtura Ntw$ppcr SyndlMU. zMKifr To vast eternity. I socri shall know Thee better far, of-swe- Recovered His Horse. Mr. Arvin delight, Where I Thy love shall richer share,' And never comes the night. Special Notice. In redlms Turner, who lives two on-the miles from Columbia, missed a horse from his premises night of the 28th of January. Leslie Spearman, a colored boy was suspected, and later Mr. Turner learned that he rode the horse to Campbellsville where he tried, to sell t. Failing he left the animal at the railway crossing. - Receiving the above information, Mr. Turner went to Campbellsville-Aanreturned with his horse. The darkey" is supposed to have left the country. d We have notified our subscribers, who are in arrears, several times that their names will be stricken 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 that we want you to pay us the amount paIf you want something that will due. You should remember that per is very ccxotly, and that we can last a lifetime and then be handed send the paper without pay. down to your grandchildren, buy a not You will please heed this notice. set of our chairs at Dohoney & store. For Sale- .L. Akin & Son. Do-hone- y's The matter will probably be adjusted some time n the near future. of losses. To-da- settlement 17-- 3t Died at Esto. A4iouse and'Alot in Jamestown Street. 12 Columbia on See and Mrs. Edgar Reed entertained a number of their friends on Burkeaville Street. Games were enjoyed until late in the evening when a delicious luncheon was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Eros Barger, Mr and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor, . Mr. and Mrs. A L. Eubank. Mr. and Mr. Edwin Cravens, Dr. and Mrs. Flowers, Misses Minnie Triplett, Frances Reed Mx. There was some moving last week. Mr. Chas. F. Pxton, the newly elected Circuit court clerk, has removed his family from Cane Valley to Columbia, andfthey are accupylng apartments in Mr. T. E. Waggoner's residence. We are glad to welcome Mr. Paxton tf Barger Bros Laet Wednesday night Mr.-Ol- ie and Mr. Irwin Fraser. The Taylor County Barred Rock As- sociation is selling, eggs at $1.00 per setting of fifteen, $6.00 per hundred. Address the Association, Campbells- 17 2t ville. Died in South Carolina. Mr. Hecktor O Burton, who was a native of Columbia, died in Troy, S. C , last week. He was about eighty-tw- o years old. When the civil war broke out he espoused the cause of the South and entered the Confederate army, serving until hostilities ceased. He enlisted in Capt. John Adairs' Company, which was in the Second brigade. Later, he was promoted to Captaincy and commanded a company of Sharp Shooters. In Thompson's history of the activities of the Second Kentucky Brigade, no man is given more credit for gallantry than Heck Burton He was a. brother of Miss Ellen Bfirton and Mrs. J. N. Paga He had made his home in tho South since the closing of the war His wife died six or :gl t years ago. There were no children. JCali We have at Once. fast received Big Line Stoves and Ranges, Harness of ali kiri. Farm Implements, all Kinds Hardware. Prices right. Davis Hardware Co. H. P. Redman and Miss Sarah Foley sjoeured Uceoees to wed from the Adeirwnty dirk's office recently. days. One farmer informed us Thursday that more than half of the corn ground had been broken and ail plant beds had been burned. An unusually and family as residence of Columbia. large tobacco crop will be sown At Mr. Ores Barger and family have his uncle's bedside immediately upon this time wheat is lookingprosperous , removed to the residence Mr. Barger hearing of his illness. and if the fly does not make its apThe deceased was a son of George recently purchased of Mr. A. D. Pattpearance a large crop will be harvestWashington Bloyd, who lives near eson. ; ed. Mn Charles Murrell, who lived In Miller's store. He left a wife and one The Adair Post met Feb. 6, and the country, near Ozark, has removed cMldand a large circle of friends. to the residence vacated by the Bar- The remains were conveyed to Crocus, elected the following officers; Albert ger family. Mr. Murrell is a good his old home, and there buried in the Bryant, Commander; Rolhn Cundiff, Citizen and he has a splendid wife. Bloyd Graveyard Many friends at- Vice Commander; Robert Bailey, Post Adjutant; Chas. T. Powell, Finance We are pleased to have them locate tended the last sad rites Officer; Chas. Tupman, Post Historian with us. Lost. Otis Shepherd, Sergeant at Arms; Buy your Springs Rugs from Gobel Clayton, Chaplain. " A primer, with the names of WoodDohoney & Dohoney. Mr, Lucien Bell has accepted a pos:-tio- n ruff and Mary Walker Flowers in it. Died Sitting In Chair. with the International Harvester Finder will- please return it to them Company, and his location will be as they prize their first school book- New Albany, Ind He takes the poMrs. Anthee Bennett, who was the sition of Shipping clerk. It is a reDied At Glenville. wife of Wm. Bennett, Gadberry, this sponsible position, but as a business county, was found, dead, inher rockman, Mr. Bell has quite a "bit of exing chair last Thursday morning CatherineKa 14 year old daughter of about 11 o'clock. She was afflicted Mr. and Mrs. Ethridge Bennett, who perience, and can no doubt fill it. with pulmonary trouble. She was be- lives near Glenville, died Sunday He has our best wishes. years old, morning about 4 o'clock. She has been tween thirty and thirty-fivThe best show that was ever thrown and was a lady highly respected in the an invalid for about a year, and reupon the screen in this place, was neighborhood. Besides her husband' cently she contracted pneumonia pulled off last Thursday night. The she leaves three small children. The which resulted in her demise. She was Lamp Lighter with'Shirley Mason as interment was in the Stone grave a bright little girl, the idol of fond the principal character. It "featured yard, many friends being present. Here is a warning to hunters: A parents, who are almost heart broken. the goodness of mankind, told in the The deceased was a niece of Mrs most pathetic words. Shows of such man in Batchtown, III., 'on January For Sale, 16th, was fined $250 and sent to jail Finis Rosenbaum this place. character would be endorsed by for 90 days for violating the bird law. Red top, clover and orchard grass Church and State. - One fine Arabian Pony. Also- - Rubhas been A black velvet hand-b- ag ber Tired Top Buggy built Specially seed for sale by J. F. Neat. See him Mrs Mary Drane Bass, who was 74 at this office. It has some baby you buy. before to match. Almost new. years old, died at the residence of her left wearing apparel in It. The owner can Mrs. L. E. Shirley, Next Monday will be the first day son, in Lebanon, last week. She was have by paying for this notice. it Fast Fork, Ky of the Russell circuit 'court, and if the widow of Dr Sam Bass, who was weather conditions are good there a druggist and practicing physician of Rev. Joseph E. Fulton, Burnside, Went Under the Knife. years, and will be a large crowd in Jamestown. Campbellsville for many preached a trial sermon at the Baptist many in this place. A representative of the News is figur who was known to church last Sunday; The congrega- Mr. Elzy Feese, son of Mr. and Mrs Camping to be in attendance the first day, The deceased waa buried at tion was well pleased with him. H. C Feese, this place, and who lives as it has been more than a year since bellsville in Louisville, underwent an operation Judge W. S. Sinclair, who is in the the News met its Russell county Mr. Finis Williams and wife, who revenue service stationed at New for appendicitis and gall stone in the friends, face to face. He will be pleas Deaconess- Hospital, Louisville, last at Picnic, this county, were in Hope, spent Saturday and Sunday ed to see all the people who are inter- live week. His father went to the city Columbia last Thursday, en route to with his family here. ested in this publication. was In thetiospital when the opJ and St. 'Anthony 'Hospital, Louisville. . fViJ1d eratibn was performed. It was sacAn infant-rt TTonro ftarnatt: Mrs. Williams is seriously .afflicted There were evidences of the return ceecful, and ia due course of time Mr. md wife, colored, did last Thursday! with gall stone", and is advised that an of John Barley Corn, last Tuesday, judging from the chat we have heara. I operation is the only remedy-- . Fmm expects to be a well man. v f tttnoon. It was 22 months old. ' post-office, - Bloyd, 38 years old, died at the home of his father-in-law- , ,Mr. Ed Selby, Es to, Russell county, a victim ..of pneumonia. He was an,uncle of Mr. G. B. Kimbler, who is employed in, the Columbia and who left for The farmers of Adair county' have been unusually busy for the last ten e residence was y is Valentine Day. Have owned by Deck Johnston and regarded you received one; have you sent one. as the most handsome home in CoIf you have sent onelor going to mail lumbia? one, it ah'ould contalnjthe proper senWhen the first company of State mailing of comic valen- guards were organized in this placa timent The with Wm. E Russell as Captain? tines should not be indulged in. The excitement that was created in Frank Waggener and Thomas Gar-ve- n town the day the guns arrived from bought of Mrs, P. W. Dohoney, a Frankfort? few days ago, thejlattera farm on DisWhen two negro men, who had appointment, three miles from town. The consideration is Iprivate. The been convicted for killing their master, were hung near where the toll present owners will divide the farm. gate stood on the Burkesville pike? Mr. William ConoverJ-hapurchased When Johnny Sanders taught in a the W. A. Coffey residence of Mrs. little frame house that stood close to Lillian Conover, andjhe and his sister where J. G. Eubank's residence is loMiss Sallie, will remove to it. Mr. cated, and that it was known as the Coffey will Remove to the Methodist Rouse HoUBe? parsonage. When the public pool was between Mrs. J. C. Carter, Tompkinsville, the bottling plant at the old rock has been seriously ill for several weeks. springhouse, on Jamestown street, Judge Carter could not leave her bed- and all the horses in Columbia were side to open the Liberty Court. A carried there to water? Special Judge was called, so we underWhen a brick blackimithshop, ownstand. ed and operated by Jo Eubank, th A letter from Dulworth has reached father of the older set of the Eubank ' this office andJonealso from Glenville, bojs, stood on a lot opposite SV F neither of which was properly signed. Eubank's shop? In this shop the EuWe must know thewriters of commu- bank boys, were taught the traded. After the death of the elder Eubanlr.. nications before'.they are inserted. Mr. R. C. Eubank conducted a shop Some excitement was created on in the same building for a number of Burkesville streetJlateJTuesday after- years. noon when the fire alarm was sounded When "Uncle" Gum Russell run from Mr. T. R Stults' residence. It a tailoring establishment in Columbia, proved the burning out of a flu. furnishing work to several journeySTRAIGHT SALARY 835.00 per men? week and expenses to man or woman When a tenpin'alley stood where E7 with rig to introduce POULTRY MIXTURE. Eureka Mfg. Co., East L. Sinclair is now doing business? Ifr tun day and night for many years'-- " St 'Louis, 111. The building was finally purchased b7 wilKbuild a Mr. David Griffith for a tin shop. The Lindsey-Wilso- n large brick gymnasium this coming spring and summer, and will also Little exitement at the horns make some other improvements on Mrs. P. W. Dohoney, Monday afternoon, caused by the burning out of a the buildings. the Wilson s J ' flue. Born, to Feb. and infant doing well. 9, 1922, the wife of John Jeffries a daughter, Mother Be sure and ter. No 7. are a member. attend Columbia Chapnext Friday night, If you thai cents Some nice maple sugar was on market last week. a pound. of the season, It sold at 50 was Last Tuesday night the coldest s - Rev. O. EMosely, of Campbells ville, Ky., will preach atrthr Baptist, church, Sunday, Tttfoi lSEb: Subscribe News? T,W - ' for th Adair CounCjrrr ' """ In&tntiftky v j. i ADAIR COUNTY The preacher spread his h&Bds, wav- NEW8 COMRADES PERIL f COFYf2IC?tfT JL.CJ4eC.(3G & CO. RANDALL RARI2JSH SgyPfe && 1 SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I. Tom Shelby, a rancher, rides in to the frontier town of Ponca looking for a good time after a ions spell of hard work and loneliness on the ranch. Instead, he runs into a funeral that of Dad Calkins, a retired army man of whom little is known. A girl, still In her teens, survives Calkins. CHAPTER II. McCarthy, a saloonkeeper and Ponca's leading citizen, decides that the girl, now alone in the world, should marry. Shelby starts a bunt for eligible husbands and the minister goes to confer with the girL "She might object? Of course she will, and why shouldn't she. You iWant to know what I think of the (scheme, Mac? Well, It's a fool idea and It won't work that's what I think of It; it's idiotic." The Buffalo Gap man leaned for-(w&rd, drawing in his paunch so as to mew the speaker around McCarthy. iTfce words of condemnation evidently cut, for lils face was flushed, although he held his temper. "That's what Mac here said at first, but now he believes it will work, and so do I," he explained gravely. "It Isn't at all likely the girl will object to getting married, provided she hooks.. up with a man she sort of likes. The only problem is to discover the right fellow." "And you think you can go out any In this town, rope an' hog-ti- e stray maverick you find on the range kan' give him the brandin' iron, do yer?" "If you go at it right yes. This is a sporting proposition. That's where it will make a hit. Say we limit the chances to a dozen, or maybe fifteen ; i those fellows Mill bite at it like hungry fish. Everyone of them duffers will think he's a lady's man. I know them, and there never was a young fellow in pants who didn't secretly believe he was a regular That's what's going to round them np In a bunch; we'll give the girl a chance"to take her pick. That's fair enough. Isn't it?" the situation as . Shelby laughed, thus swiftly outlined appealing suddenly to his sense of humor. "That's sure some scheme," he admitted cheerily, "and I'd rather like seein' it pulled off. But it's my notion that the girl Is liable to create some disturbance. She didn't noways look to me like the sort who could lady-kille- r. "You'll help us out, though?" "Sure ; I'll talk it over with the boys and get 'em interested. I'll even throw fifty dollars Into the jack pot to give the happy couple a start. There's nothln' that will put more 'pep' into a prospective bridegroom than a bunch o' money In sight. You two, fellows figure it out an I'll go over to the saloon and, sorter quite-likfeel the boys out a bit. Where'll you" be in an hour?" "In my office. Who was you aiming to talk with?" "Oh, Cady, Jim Mack, 'Rowdy Egan an' that bunch.. They are "the boys yer almln' to interest, I reckon. How much of a jack pot do you aim to e, raise?" McCarthy pondered a moment, his chin cupped in his hand. y an' I "Well, I'll blow In reckon there are those who would raise it to a right smart figure. You kin talk a couple o thousand, Tom. As yer say, that'll be quite a feature, an' there ain't no reason why we shouldn't pull the affair off ternight" , The delicious and delicate humor of the situation was what particularly appealed to Shelby the affair promised excitement and a good laugh. He was even convinced that the scheme might work and thus really prove a benefit to the girl, if she only chose wisely; two-fift- ing the suggestion aside. "No, no; that really wouldn't be decent, so soon after the funeral. The poor girl must be given opportunity to mourn in peace." "Shucks 1 It will give her something else" to think about. - Anyhow, that whole bunch will be after her by morning. What do you say, Mac?" "I don't see no objections. The sooner It's cleaned up the bettor and there won't be no hard feelin's among the boys if we don't give 'em any time to mill around." "You aim to run the bunch In on her with no notice?" "No; that's up to the preacher. He Invented this game and has got to take care of that end of It. T don't know nothin' 'bout females and don't aim to learn. We'll leave the girl to this gent from Buffalo. Gap. Let him mosey right over and talk it out with her straight. He can put It sorter religlous-llRe- . Say we give hllh an hour an' then shoot the bunch over to. the shack; that ought to be long enough for him to get the girl into the right frame of mind, If she's ever goln' to be. Maybe she'll take it all right and maybe she won't. You ready to try your luck, Dominie?" "There is no question in my mind," he answered solemnly, "but that this Is the proper method of procedure. I am therefore resigned to do my part. I shall undertake the mission in the high spirit of my calling." "Well," said McCarthy who had been writing industriously, "here's the list of gazabos I've made out. There ain't no angels among 'em, but she sure ought to pull a prize out o' that bunch, if she looks 'em over." The preacher got to his feet.'' "Tls as the Lord wills," he said gravely. "I go humbly forth to do my part." CHAPTER III. - Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We. state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any (Jther cigarette at the price. Liggett (3 Myers Tobacco Co. ) ; - h to? 1 'J - J . CJiesterhe d CIGARETTES tobaccos it of Turkish and Domestic blended M g $M but at present his main interest centered on the fun he expected to extract from the preliminaries. He had already decided on a general course of action; he would approach those whom he considered worthy, in a strictly diplomatic way, judiciously hinting at the posslblUty-oOld Dad Calkins' girl being an heiress and suggesting the advantage of her being sought in early marriage. Iw was merely an idea he proposed to advance, to be Implanted in their minds, that she should not be allowed to escape from the community with all that money, nor snapped up by some mercenary stranger. During the next half hour Shelby managed to interview at least a Jialf dozen whom he considered eligible bachelors or lonely widowers, artfully f wft km 111 ffii If i selecting thoe known to be of a someto whom what .sportive disposition, such a proposition as he had to offer might naturally appeal. A few of these treated the suggestion profanely; others were rather evasive, but the majority thus diplomatically approached einced sufficient interest to yield much encouragement. His wares had been brought to a good market and Old Dad's girl, rendered particularly by a "dot" running up Into the thousands, would find plenty of eager suitors. Now that the rumor of her eligibility was being prhntely circulated from mouth to mouth, an unnecessary delay would only render the affair more complicate!!. He would report at once the sue cess of his mission and urge his coconspirators to immediate action. It would sure be a fine sight to see these fellows lined up while that girl looked them over, deliberately making a choice. Suddenly his gaze rested on a young man, dejectedly hanging over the end of the bar, arguing with a bartender, who only shook his head impassively. Shelby moved along until he ranged .up beside the fellow. "What's your name?" "Joe Macklin." "They call you 'Kid,' don't they, 'round here?" "Sure ; mostly. What are yer drivln' at, anyhow?" "Why, tills. I got a ranch over on the Cottonwood, an' come In here to ' but I need another. That's where I stand." "What'll It pay?" "Forty dollars. You got a horse?" "That Girl Ain't Even Halter Broke "Well, the critter looks like one; Yet." turned out In Powell's corral, but I he driven. It's i .; Idea that girl ain't ain't got no money "to pay fer his even halter broke j et, let alone willin' feed. Yer'll have ter blow me some to trot In double harness. Ain't thai coin." "All right; here's ten and I'll pay the truth, Mac?" Shelby lit a cigar, waiting for the Powell for the horse keep. You show up here sober at ten tomorrow, or else saloonkeeper to deliver his decision. I'll leave you here; that's straight." "She's a bit odd, an' sorter He strode away across the big yer might pay," the latter said crowded room and opened a door at finally. "That's true enough, Tom. I had a time gettln' her to go through the further end. Stepping across the threshold he closed the door behind them ceremonies this afternoon. She him and faced McCarthy and the just wanted Old Dad planted quiet-likfrom Buffalo Gap, both of She's mighty liable to be offish preacher first puts this pro- whom glanced up expectantly. Shelby when the conposition up to her. Likely as not she'll leaned back against the wall and templated the two, chewing on the throw a fit, but we'll fetch lier up to the trough just the same. You ain't butt of a cigar. "Well," he said bluntly, "the cards got any better scheme, have yer? The are stacked, gents; now, all you got only way ter save a girl out in this country Is ter marry her ain't that to do Is to play your hands." "What do you mean? The boys are .60?" for it?" "I reckon It is. Gpt yer gang lined "Hungry and snapping. I talked to up yet?" quite a bunchy The one tiling I'm "Not yet;, there's a plentylo choose afraid of Is that some galoot may take from an I aim ter write wit the list a notion to hunt the glrlup before over at the saloon. How about you?" we can "get things into shape. That's "Me? Not on your life, Mac,; this why Ihurrfed'In here. .We got to . r 'Is not my funeral." pull the affair tonight." bull-headed, -- pickup a cow-han- d. I got a half-breeB- 7 e. -- the scratch. I naturally can't marry her myself, seeing as how I've got a The Choice of the Lady. wife and five kids already, but I'll 'do by "Red" the next best thing I'll cough up accompanied Shelby, Kelly, who had been unceremoniously enough coin to give the fellow who routed out of bed after a hard day's will give her a chance ter make good. work, were the last to join the comShe's goln' ter have cash ter back pany of selects crowded into Dan Mc- her." "For years we have used Black-Draug- ht Carthy's office. The majority were unin our family, JJ "How much?" shaven and roughly dressed, inclined - "What's the figure,. Dan?" D and I have never found any medicine that could fake its O to look on the whole affair as a lark, "Two thousand, beside? the five Q place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of BradyvilIe,Tenn. Mr. Ste- - Q but there were serious faces among hundred already subscribed. That's cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black-them and altogether, In Shelby's judg- more'n some 6' you ducks ever saw." Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- - m ment as he looked them over, they "Say, Mac, what was the plan? Cut hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- - JJ JJ were not a bad lot. He pushed hls-- j the cards for furst chance? vent them from developing into serious troubles. way through the throng and joined "No; tills Is a sportln' proposition, Mac, who stood with his back to the with everyone havin' a fair show," desk. "We explained the saloonkeeper. "That's all of them," he said quiet- sorter picked you hoys out as the most ly. "Now give 'em your spiel an' we'll likely runts 'round town and intend see what comes of it." ter line you up an' then let her pick McCarthy cleared his throat and reout the one she takes a fancy to. It's -moved the stump of cigar from beonly fair she has a chance to take the tween his teeth. duffer she'd rather have." "Is the door shut tight? All right There was a confused murmur of "Ijt touches the liver and does the work " Mr. Stacy What Fve got to say Is just fer you, voices, some reckless, others mutterdeclared: "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a boys, an' ain't ter be told 'round ing opposition, but it was evident the cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our ' We started in ter give 01' proposition rather appealed to the mafamily if it wasn't for Black-Draug- ht It has saved tis many JJ Dad Calkins a proper kind of a funeral jority, who saw in it a chance for some I don't see how,any family can hardly go with- - H D dollars an sure pulled It off in some style, if I unusual fun and excitement, with only say It myself. Then It a vague probability of being caught. O out it I know it is a reliable and splendid" medicine to keep O highly and am in the house. I recommend Black-Draug- ht as up to us to give the gurl a decent Shelby slipped In a word. without-itsend-of- f never an this town chucked in Til bet five to one," he said quietly, Sf At all druggists. about five hundred bucks an' never that she turns down the whole gang." 22 batted an eye. When that was over h 1 she will! Not after she "Ter with, I sorter considered that Ponca gets one glimpse o' Cowan. She'll had about done -- its share, but the think he owns the town." preacher what come down from Buf1.81 "That's It, boys! Come on, you falo Gap didn't think the same. He fellers; the bunch o' us don't run no sed here was a poor girl left with no risk. She'll copper on Cowan an' if home an' no protection and that unshe misses him them sideburns o' Arless she was taken care of she'd maybe chibald's will sure get her goat." "Is this yere two thousand a sure I thing?" It was Oowan who asked .) somewhat anxiously. "It ain't got no string tied to it?" A yell greeted the question, punctuated with various remarks. "Takln' it seriously, old man?" GENERAL INSURANCE V "Goln' to start an opposition store?" Clothes."; "I guarantee the sum," said McCarthy, "every last cent of it. WhoSecond Floor, Jeffries Building. ever the girl chooses, when he marries her, I'll pay him the money. That's -flat an' you boys know whose talking." There was a surging forward indicative of readiness. Evidently the proposition had caught on, and the bunch was eager to learn the result. "Lead us to it, Mac," someone cried "Sure." gayly, "gittin married Is my long "Very well, then." his voice assumBusiness Phone Res. Phoe suit" ing a soothing tone. "We need waste "All right, boys," and McCarthy no unnecessary time In preliminaries. glanced at his watch. "I reckon the I have very frankly laid the entire N preacher ought ter have her ready for matter before the young lady and have the delegation by this time. How finally convinced her of the righteousabout It, Tom?" ness of our purpose. Do I fitly express -They moved slowly out, jostling your state of mind, my child?" DENTISTeach other, and indulging in horse She lifted her eyes slightly, a red play and rude jokes, none taking'the flush burning on either cheek. affair seriously, but ..eager to learn how "I suppose so ; that's what you told ft would terminate. me to say." McCarthy led the way, directly Office.TronlRooms Jeffries'BTdg. Shelby," slipping in through the door across the main street, and down the last of all, had found a precarious path past the dance hall, which by seat on the sill of the window, where UP "STAIRS. this time was In full blaze. Beyond he had a full view of the room. His but glance wandered appreclatlngly along they were plunged Into darkness, could see ahead of Tliem the faint that solemn line of men backed up COLUMBIA, KY gleam of a light through the window rigidly against the wall. They were "What I've Got to Say Is Just for of Calkins' shack. One or two sought n crowded tobunch, You Boys." to drop out, but Shelby collared them gether under the glare of the entire bunch promptly, drift ter h 1 an' back, 'an' he argued finally linedso that theMcCarthy as he the most of them roughly dressed and up behind emthat it was Ponca's business to see rapped on the closed door. The preach- unshaven and all of them visibly The barrassed and a little ashamed. Hiat she got started off right. His er opened It, his round face beaming girl stood alone just before them and idee was that she ought ter be married benignantly In the glare of the single to Shelby she appeared younger and afore she had any chance ier drift within, his hulk absolutely and git reckless like a lot o' them blocking the entrance. Beyond, those far better looking than In the afterVeterinary Surgeon and Deniist s of a noon. She would have been almost females." close at hand had a vague glimpse of pretty but for the pathetic droop at There was an uneasy movement against the the corners of her moutli and the re- Special attention given; Disease among the crowd and Shelby was the girl, who stood back IS Domestic Animals them with wide-ope- n bellious, sullen look in her eyes. The staring amused at the varied expression upon wall, eyes. toward Buffalo Gap man preacher spread his hands In disap"The McCarthy the faces before him. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, o welcome, impressed probation of her remark. paused as though gathering himself smiled blandly in saw, and ( by the. number of faces he .xestown road "Oh, no, my dear," he protested. together for his main effort. got ter say is. when I thought stepped heavily aside. "I merely labored with you and urged "All I ex"Come it all over I concluded the preacher claimed, right In, gentlemen," hewith this upon you as the better course. I Columbia, Ky gesturing Impressively even made It the subject of prayer sure had it sized up about right. That one hand, "our accommodations are that we might be divinely guided. It is" decent an has been brought up girl decent, even if 01' Dad was a rounderr not extensive, as you will perceive, Is now a matter entirely for your own SLQQ fWIA about oiiTnonrifiol He kept her straight an' giv her a yet ample, I trust. Just circleplease. decision." Now what's goln' ter the wall there to the" left, good education. TO BE CONTINUED out of $50,000, its quota for the I You have explained the circumstances, become-j)Jier when she's left .alone? "Mr. McCarthy?" f -' . I told the preacher I'd do my share W.oodrow wnson iounaation. to" It that Ponca came up to Adair County NewsL $1:50 per.year an' see anPnBDDDBDDaRWDnD0DDnOaDDB Colds 6c Headache g J j g g g j pro-miscus- e. S THEDFORD'S g g BLACK DRAUGHT! a b g g g g Jl j ... we-decid- H g g " g g Accept No Imitations gggggggggggggiggggggggggggg W; B. PATTESON I International MadetoMeasure COLUMBIA., KY. 13-- B. 13-- A Dr. J. Murrell odd-looki- -- oil-lam- p, oil-lam- p L. H. Jones c - Ati23"e6yjNTY. lttLOVED UVBFOftM MTERNAIHmAL news - -- - -- - v - , ;. " -- . - . o.'i.. .. ' NINE U. S. SUBS j MB. I b. SundaySchool f (By KEV. P. Coprrlcht, SENT TO BOTTOM Obsolete FITZ WATER, D. D., Teacher of English Bible in the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) . Lesson AND NAAMAN SYRIAN 5:1-2- 7. 3 T Submarines Used as Targets for Guns of Destroyers. OUTSIDE MANILA BAY See My Big Line of Clothing 5 $ c 1922. Western Newspaper Union. LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 19 ELISHA SUNK N THE Old Craft Washington, Jon, 1C Nine of Uncle M submarines have just endPRIMART TOPIC A Little Girl ed thslr carvers by serving as targets lar. JUNIOR TOPIC A Young Girl's Serv- fw the gunshot the destroyer squad-run- s , attaehed'to the Atlantic fleet. ice. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC A brlof. enblORram, telling of the EUsha Helping a Foreigner. TOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC completion of th target practice which How to Overcome National and Racial It&tl fcfcen eoUg on during the last two Prejudices. Vvks was rocolvsd at the Navy 4:16-30; UESSON TEXT II Kings the Lord, O my jgOLDEN TEXT-BI- ess and forjret not all his benefits: Wfio forglveth all thine Iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases. Ps. 103:2, 3. REFERENCE MATERIAL-Lu- ke Art Stripped of Everything of Value lefore Being Destroyed Traveled 13,000 Miles to Final Resting Place. And Shoes r Nev Styles and Low Prices- Ladies, Dresses, Ladies' and Gents Underwear. Coitie Early ." for the Best Bargains. - y y j, Ready-to-wea- 5:12-1- 6. Sam1 ? 9 . 1. Naaman's Fatal Defect (v. 1). He was a great man, but a leper. He was held In high esteem by the king, because through him the Syrians had been delivered from their eneHe was not only a capable mies. general, but was a very brave man Every unregenerate man, valorous. regardless of his gifts and possessions, has this one fatal defect. He may be a mighty warrior, a great orator, a gifted writer, a man of profound learning, an honorable statesman, but if he is an unbeliever In Christ, he is a lost sinner a leper. Leprosy Is a type of sin. Note Its characteristics: Loathsome, hereditary, Infectious, separating, destructive, deceitful, Incurable by man. II. The Faithful Witness (vv. This was a Jewish maid who had been captured by marauding Syrian troops who made frequent incursions Into Israel's land for the purpose of plunder. Daniel at a --later date was carried away captive, and he likewise h was used of God to bless many. is another example of one who was put into a hard place, but became a blessing to others, even to the saving of his brothers, who sold him. This Jewish maid pointed out to this great man the One who could heal him. Many are the persons who have been pointed to Christ as the Healer of ). Jo-tep- souls by children. III. Naaman Seeking the Healer (vv. 5-9- ). X. He goes with a letter of introduction and great gifts (v. 5). In the East valuable gifts are taken along when in quest of some favor. In this case the value was perhaps ?80,000. LEADERSHIP LOST S. 2. He goes to the wrong place (vv. U. 6, 7). The maid did not suggest that If Naamnn would be with the king he Former President Woodrow Wilton Comment on Failure of Senate would be recovered of his leprosy, but to Ratify League of Nations. . with the prophet of God. We should very careful that we go to the be San Francisco, Jan. 10. Woodrow right place with our troubles and sins. Neither the king's power nor Naaman's Wilson declared in a letter written by money could avail anything In this him January 3 to John H. Williams case. The prophet of God can bring of San Francisco that failure of the greater blessing than kings and rich senate to ratify the treaty of Versailles deprived the United States of men. 3. Naaman at the door of Ellsha the leadership of the world. His let(w. 8, 9). Ellsha, upon learning of ter, in reply to one from Williams the king's embarrassment, sent to him, 'saying his work had made possible saying, "Let him come now to me." the Washington conference on limitaNaaman appeared before Ellsba's door tion of armament, said: 'Ton are right in thinking that the in great splendor. He did not come as a suppliant, but as one who could United States was entitled to leadership in the League of Nations ; indeed, pay a goodly sum for healing. IV. Nanman Healed (vv. the countries associated with us in message 1v. 10). Go the war, and the many less powerful 1. Eiisha's governments which had benefited by wash in Jordan seven times. 2. Naaman's anger (vv. 11, 12). He the results of the war, had already thought that Ellsha should have shown accorded us leadership; and the pity deference to him. People today think of the failure of the senate to ratify that their rank and wealth entitle the treaty of Versailles was not only them to 'different treatment by God. that the nations who took part in the They turn away from the humble way framing of the treaty were denied by of the Cross, God's method of salva- onr act the Justice they sought to setion. Rich and poor, high and lw cure by its terms, but also that the are alike In God's sight. Reasonings United States was deprived of the of the flesh must bo supplanted by the leadership of the world." obedience of faith. 3. Naaman's obedience (vv. 13, 14). Through the earnest entreaty of his LAWYER KIDNAPED IN SOUTH servants his pride and prejudice were overcome, "and he did what the prophCounsel for I. W. W. Taken From Louisiana Hotel by Masked et comnMuxded. The result of his obeMen. dience was that his flesh "came again as the flesh of a little child." 4. Naaman acknowledges ' Jehovah Shreveport, La., Jan. 16. Search (v. 15). After his cleansing he came was being made in this vicinity for again to the prophet and. said, "Now Harold Mulks, said to be an attorI know that there Is no God in all the ney for the American Civil Liberties earth, but In Israel." The vital point league of New York, who was seized of teaching in this lesson is how near- in the lobby of a local hotel by two ly Naaman missed being healed. masked men, placed in a motor car The three enemies which almost kept and whisked away from the.flty in a him from being healed were: (1) Pride westerly direction. Mulks, It was said, (v. 11). He was insulted because the was to have appeared in court here as man of God did not come out to such attorney, for three men sentenced to a distinguished man as he was. (2) the parish farm for vagrancy and who (v. 11). opinion Preconceived "I are declared by the authorities to be thought" Many sinners procrastinate Industrial Workers of the World. One W. W. because they have preconceived opin- - of the men, said to be an-r"7u!s-n- s to how God ought to save. (3) orpanizer, appealed his case and It was announced that habeas corpus Prejudice (v. 12). Rivers of Damascus are better than Jordan. Count- proceedings to bring about the release less thousands are lost by these eneof the two others lnd been instituted. mies. God has provided only one way Mulks, it was stated, was interested to save men from their sins the way In the cases of all three. of the Cross. S-10-15- The resting place t these obsolete submarines is not "home waters," but iu the raelfle outside Manila bay. Yodts betore the target tests were begun the work of dismantling the M subs and taking everything of value oft had been completed. Divers Declared Obsolete. Eight of them bad months ago been decreed worthless and placed out of A-A-A-- 7 commission. The A-and B-- were taken off the active list on December 12, 1010. The , A-- 5 and B-- were declared obsolete July as, 1021, and the B-- l joined them on December 1. Golncident with the passing of these old boats, earl)" types of American-buil- t some of submarines, ten them .the best the navy has, have arrived at Cavlte, Manila bay, and have replaced them with the Asiatic fleet Under the command of Thomas S. Hart, U. S. NH and convoyed by the tender Beaver, eight of the left Honolulu November 8, arriving at Cavlte December 1, after an eight-da- y rp t Guam. The other two, by the tender Rainbow, left November 12 and arrived December 6, after stopping three dys at ttaam. Crow the Pacific. The safe arrival at Cavlte marked the end .of a journey of more tkan half-wa- y around the world, from the submarine base at New London, Conn., down the Atlantic coast, through the canal, and across the Pacific, a distance of more than 18,000 miles. Of this distance 8,000 miles were made by the 2 alone, with but four stops and in 26 days' sailing time. 2, 4, S Chevrolet Automobiles Are Now Down. 490 Touring Car 525.00. . y Roadster 525.0Q. Light Delivery 525.00. 9 A-8- They are are Durable and Easy Running. 9 8 ts, con-vuy- ed i i NEM PRICES ON BUGGIES AND WAGONS. lhave;aMarge supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds i i i i i at Jiving prices. "Rid" at I LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Bit matters not what you need on the farm, can please you in the article and price. llhaLvelalso a Full Line of General Merchandise. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBUBG, KENTUCKY. ). L The Dove and Jesus. Now when all the people were baptized, it came to pass, that Jesus also being baptized, and praying, the heaven was opened, and the Holy Ghost descended in bodily shape like a dove uporf him, and a voice came from heaven, which said, Thou art my beloved Son; In thee I am well pleased. Luke' 3:21-22. HG0RS RUSH TO SURRENDER Spanish Victory at Mtalza the Rebellious Tribesmen. Melllla, Morocco, Jan. 16. Large cumbers of Moroccan tribesmen daily aro offering to tsubinlt unconditionally elnce the last defeat at Mtalza. They are bringing with them munitions' asd eras. Several Spanish prisoners wS hand's of the tribejacB vrerejM-tktor iereral ttosths also have bee brought ta, ., ' e Tames ffljlr The Unrighteous. ways of peace hav they ."Est The known; there Is no fear of GoQ Dl SEJh- ceed as she does. Some folks look down on the farmer and X ' think he is blest beyond that he X Well as we sit here in our study and look out on the scene- is worthy, but "verily, verily, I ry before us we see many things say unto you he deserves much fcSiJ- more than he is receiving at to present real thought. Among MORAN & LOWE more than he r, present and yea the many things is the busy A Sanitary Shop, whert. both SatisfactIonand who is making good use' of has ever received. I sometimes Gratification are Guaranteed. these sunny days and as we be- wonder what St. Peter will ay Give us a Trial and be Convinced. hold this spirit of industry we to that class of folks, who have bow our heads in shame when for so long'set the price on the we think how much we owe the poor farmers produce. Somehow tiller of the soil who derives so I imagine I can hear St. Peter little for his products and pays say, "Come ye blessed farmers, oats, wheat, potatoes, and every high prices for his .machinery for when the world was hungry thing produced on the farm. HENRY W. DEPP, and other things he buys from ye fed it and truly it has been j Come, men, let us reason to- : DENTIST the manufacturer. Here we said, Blessed are those who have gether and soon we shall see evbeen persecuted for righteous- ery man getting a square dea. pause to ask ourselves some 2Q8CK S ness sake, for theirs is the king- I am your friend to the end UAm permanently located in questions as to the cause of this' present calamity? I know very dom of heaven." This may be though my small voice can nevColumbia. days come er be heard unless you help in to well the old saying, "A man, helpful in AH'CIasses of Dental Work Done. Therefore, let does not solve the pro- this great task. who has no children, is best d but BCrownlng and Inlay Work a us go into all the country of to inform his more fortuate blem of tod&y. Specialty. brother,", and the man who owns We are glad to see one North America preaching the All Work: Guaranteed no land and is not a farmer, thing coming to light and that gospel tf better prices on farm Office: nefc door to post office. knows best how to' inform the is the Burley Tobacco Association products and, lo, there shall be man who does farm. This may whichwill prove a great blessing better days to the end of the be true there is a to the farmers as well as the world. O. T. Lee. merchants nd all classes of peoway to solve this problem. ple. This is. some light but the Fist we must be reminded that A- thing-most desire now is more A bill has has been introduced every one owes a debt to God ATTORNEy-AT-LA.' light and if we are all interested in the State prohibiting the for his origin and life, and secOffice Second Floor, Court House, ought to be teaching of evolution in Kenond we owe to the farmer a debt in the things we tucky University, the public West Side .Adjoining Court Room- - ' most interested in we will gather of gratitude for his faithful work any other institution all our thoughts together and schools or COLUMBIA. JCST- to produce the crop under the dir of learning in which the State then we shall have farming ection and help of the good Lord. light. Why can we not have ev- contributes to the support. A big fight is in prospect v YTere it not for these two great erything in an association that The Annual cost of a soldiers' Frankfort wfiich fixes the minifacton this world could not suc the farmer produces: Hay, corn bonus bill would be $500,000,000. mum wage? Burkesville. Colun bia Barber Shop $K)K!)K)iC far-me- )KiK)K fit-e- never-the-le- ss we W. Coffey W 4. j- Adair CotiKty ., TflErADAIR:COUNTY:NEWS it- Nevtfs - Published On Tuesdays RED CLOVER ALFXtFA ALSIKE TIMOTHY BLUE GRASS S ;R o lE k " t Colanvoiai Kentacky-,- D T Like Good Things To Eat? Your HOME MERCHANT will sell you. 40Q44"QQ9QO &Q&$Qtt$QQQ&& Y B E.MURRELL. ,. ': MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. - oroir T Me o R C ', A Democratic Newspaper deroted to' the In- -' i terest cJ the city oflColumbSa and the People - ,af Adair and adioininsICounUes. Entered at the Colnmba' mall matter. Post-offi- H A R D Brent's Premiim Garden Seed In handsome large packets for 5c each, and flower seeds, too. Ask for catalogue. ' It is free. The C. S. Brent Seed Co. Incorporated E -- A N 4 H. Gentlemen: P. COFFEE CO. . 4 MESS. RUSSELL & CO., Columbia, Ky. w p A S C O ,v pur- as second There was a very nice increase in your Coffee sales last year judging from your chases from us, which amounted to 2000 pouds more in 1921 than' the year before. of orders filled for you, :! lit i! j s TUESDAY FEB, 14. 1922. SEED SUBSCKIPTION5PRICE: n Kentucky dde of Kentucky All Sobscrlptiona'areTdoe andParable i A S E Lexington, Ky. OATS CANE GARDEN SEED POTATOES ONION SETS sayB ')'' $1.50 $2.00 Sn A daily paper Evelyn Town lots, 30 cents state, full ill ANNOUNCEMENTS. lit? FOK JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. f!(i Intangibles, 30 cents state, and 3fr cents county rate. ii One billlh Bypassed the House Mineral rights are to be taxed if. ' will meet"the approval of all in addition to landfon which they that ' We are authorised to announce that good citizens. It is a bill abolare located.- H. "L. James, of Elizabethtowp, Harr ishing thelparoles of men who " "w'w GUARANTY ."" rmnf.T FUND. !i rin y.yJt ic a TlomnoroHo nnrtrlirinta liave been convicted of such t; 3dt Appellate Judge In thtetthe Thifa While the majorityof business District, subject toy the August pri-- j crimes as murder, rape, arson, incest, robbery, burglary, em- men's- - associations may .rarely bezzlement and bank robbery. attemDt to lend financial assist- . Births Jn!7Kcntucky2- - in" 1921 It means that this class of crim-ual- s anceto new industries, there will serve out their time un- aresdme that follow a 'very 'endouble the deaths. less pardonedjby the Governor. terprising course in this matter, Hollywood, California, where Jl land have succeeded in securing published in the moving picture actresses go such enterprises in this way! to practice, should be surpressed. "Wasm'ngton, D. C, senda out a Louisville, Kentucky, has such wonderful and comprehensive The dog law, giving each fam story plan, having secured subscripof the greatest and most a ily an untaxed canine.ihas pass infamousjpoliticallscandal in the tions to a fund of $1,100,000 ea tne iiouse.sjx snoma pass history of guaranteeing industrial developJtheJUnited States, the through the the Senate and become a law. Newberry case.It ought to be ment projects, Louisville Industrial foundation. Mr. Hebron Lawrence, who in the hands!of every man and Since the forming of this organmade the race for Circuit Judge woman voterjinlthia country, beization, 41 industrial plants have against Judge Carter, in the pri cause whenjthe honest and debeen started in ' Louisville, mary, is now postmaster at cent people of this country Dress Goods Shoes through thejdirect efforts of the know the! sordid and degrading Tompkinsville. Of the industries facts. itTmay be assumed that foundation. Notions. Active preparation will start they willfdo all that is necessary thus started in the city, the foundation invested funds' in 10 in a very short timelto build the to reverse ST the' verdict of the old Kentucky home on the State Senate majority?and restore the of them, and has purchased pre' A OIST Pair Grounds. The money for honor of the"T Senate and the ferred stock in four local conthat purpose!is up. country byldeclaring that seats cerns. The business men who madefup this fund regardin the UnitedlStatesISenate shall have &ome taiK or an extra session ed it in the light of community not be put up!for sale- ssf the Legislature. There is no advertising, and they believe it necessity of such action and in Today, February 14th, at elev- has paid. our . judgment there will be no en o'clock, is the time set to take The Easton, Pennsylvania call for that purpose. up the $50,000,000 road proposi- Board of Trade have a guaranty tion at Frankfort. We do not fund -- of $850,000 which they Dr. Hubert Work, of Colorado, know how the Representatives have used to lend money on new now Assistant Postmaster Genstand on the proposition, but in factory buildings and for similar eral, will succeed W. H. Hays as our judgment tne man wno purposes. Their fund has been Postmaster General, it is believ framed the bill set his hoe to dig- so well handled .that they have ed. Mr. Hays will take charge SEE US BEFORE BUYING ging. The people of Kentucky never lost a dollar on it. of the moving hicture industry want good roads, and the State The Scranton, Penna. Board of in a very short time. badly needsfthem, but a $50,000,-- J Trade has a $100,000 fund used p 000 propositionjthe first dash out Cardinal Ratti, who waB for assisting new industries, and of Milan, was elected o the box will drive the farmers it has heped them add some Pope of the Roman. Catholic irom us support, r urtnermore very important ones. Such in(Successors to ALBIN MURRAY) Church, on the 7th ballot Febru the men who are now 21 years stance show that enterprising ary bth. He succeeds Pope old would belCdead before the movements to assist new indus- Benedict XV. He is an Italian bonds are redeemed. The people tries can succeed if handled and is understood to'favor recon- t)f this county are for good roads, with sound business judgment. ciliation between the Vatican and but we haven ot heard a voer say The general tendency of opin he would support a $50,000,000 Big Elm. the State. bond proposition. On the other ion among business men's organheard many say izations, however, is that loanThe House of Representatives hand we have The citizens of tnis community they would vote against it. ing money to new industries is a by a vote of 70 to 10 passed a banking proposition and that a are generally well, but there is .bill to provide-fo- r the election of Thompson's tax bill passed the concern with good prospects can not much visiting at present as Having resumed operations, since our recent County we. Superintendents of House and if the Senate votes the farmers are making good use have had several calls for Kerosine. We wish to announce that usually secure capital through by the voters. An with the house and the GovSchools we are going to install, a system, and for this reason of Ashland of their time in general farm amendment to the bill permits ernor signs the Dill,1t will be a banks. . The citizens we will not put any Kerosine on the market untill we get this work of all kinds,' promote such movements of those now holding office tp popular measure with all taxpay- can system installed. industrial expansion, by depositSeveral cows have died in this continue until 1925, when the ers.' It reduces the State taxes . For the present we have both high and low gravity Gasing money in his home banks, so section after having been turned oline on the market, and we invite your attention to our motto of first election is to be held. more than one million dollars. that they shall have adequate into stalk fields. PATRONIZING HOME INDUSTRY. The farming element certainly which local enterAs soon as we get.this We do not vouch for the truth- needs relief and tne News will funds with system installed and Mr. Joe B, Young, of Columencouraged. Ashprises can be go to turning out an A-- l Kerosine, you will be notified through fulness of this statement, but it favor any messure looking to bia, was at this place buying catthe columns this paper. is said that whisky can be bought their interest. The Louisville land daily. tle &.few days ago. orjenly at a number of joints in Herald's Frankfort correspondOil War veterans "in Congress Co Mr. Willis Blakey was in this Louisville in any quanity the ent says the Senate will kill the backed by former service men C. J. Davidson, Mgr. purchaser calls for, red or white. bill. The provisions of the bill generally are preparing to launch section last week buying hogs." Creelsboro, Kentucky, -- ' If thiB is a fact the officers of the are as follows: to obtain the reMr. H. C. HadIeysoldl2 head another drive Irw are either blind or tney Farm lands 30 cents state,, full turn to this country of Grover C, of hogs at 8c per lb. to some par1 stand in with the liquor vendors. county rates. BergdolK draft deserter. ties who live on the. river. ; We are authorized to. announce Judge D. A. McCandless a candidate for Judge of thef Court of Appeals, Third DiBtrict.tsubjecj to; the action olthe Democraticjparty. Nesbit has been found. Who is interested as to her whereabouts? If she was lostSbeyond the vision of man, the country would be in The next a better condition. time she hides out it is hoped she will not be brought to light. Devoting space to an old broken down soilded dove is out of the question. county and city rates. Mineral rights, 40 cents state, full county andxity rates. Agricultural products, 40 cents state, 50 cent limit on city and county rates. Miscellaneous Intangibles, 40 cents state, full county and city For your additional information we are giving you below, figures showing the amount both years. 1920 8,200 pounds 192K ia,200 This is a splendid growth and it certainly must indicate that you gave your customers quality, values, treatment' and service which not only insured their reguiar patronage and confidence, but gained much new trade. ,- With that policy definitely established we are sure your sales will continue to increase, especially if you use our Coffees, and we assure you that we are with you in your efforts to the limit of our ability, by giving you the best we have to offer in price, quality and service. Assuring you of our appreciation of your liberal patronage, of which we are constatnly trying to take'the best possible care. Very truly yours, H. P. COFFEE CO; 4 rates. "04"804"Q"8hQO 4444444$ 1 OUR PRICES RIGHT I m ON KLSO - - r. The-fiearchlig- i -- m m m m Mens Hats, Caps, Clothing, Shoes, g Shirts and Underwear I M m m m m m m Ladies and Children's and WEMAKE SIPECIAXTY FURNITURE Davenports. Single and Double Beds, Chairs Etc., Rugs, Carpets, Mattresses and Blankets. m Arch-Jbisho- Dohoney & Dohoney 6"Q"Q"fr9"9"6"S if m m PPMIHMIM Hll!ingH$g$!i S"9"0"frfr4i bum-out, NOTICE: t 4 The Carnahan Refining ' . 6$Q46'6"6"9 9"S"6$4$$4i ir'L ? , HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WHY BE SICK. Thousands of people have found Stones Specific the medicine they needed for RheumatismStpmach, Liver, Kidneys, Malaria, Colds, LaGrippe, Constipation. Systems. n Weak and Run-dow- A Blood Purifier and System Builder, made of Herbs and Iron. To introduce Stones Specific we will give you a full size $1.00 box free with box of Stones Specific your order for one We make two Medicines and we want you to know Stones Specific will keep you well. You send Check or Money Order for SL00. Your Money Back If not satisfied, ffhlsofferwi'l ex pire March 10 1922. ActKow. SAMPLES FREE. Sl-00 D. W.IStone MedicineLCo. Marion,: Reference.lMarioiCBan'k. Ky."" PERSONAL Miss lEllenl slowly. tBurton improves very CampbeilsvilJe, Mr. S. W. Bledsoe, was here recently. Dr and Mrs. W. J. Flowers received a message Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock that Mrs. Flowers mother and father. Hopkinsvilie, were victims of pneumonia. They left immeadiate-l- y to be at their bedside. Mr. F. T. Baker has returned from a visit to Knoxville, Tenn. Hon. W. F. Neat has been quite Mr. Charlts C. Waterman, Lexing- sick, at his home, on Green river, for several weeks. He is a fine old genton, was here a fewldays ago. Mr. R.H, Gast, Louisville, was at tleman, andjwhen he was active no man in Adair county could command the JeffriesLHotel last Thursday. more friends. We have known him Mrs. James Pyle, of near Liberty, since our early manhood, and at all was inuolumbia last Saturday. times appreciated'being in his comC. H. Franklin, Esq., Nashville, pany. was in thisllocality a few days since Mr. Jo Davidson; St. Marys W. Va., CUMBERLAND COUNTY OIL NEWS. was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. BY T. EARLE WILLIAMS. Mr. Leslie Graves, Campbellsville, called ,upon hisjtradeihere'a. few days t ago. ' The No. 2, on the L. D. Potts Mr. Charles C. Fisher, Glasgow, farm, which was drilled in a" few was seen uponourstreets a few days days ago has all the appearance ago. Mr, M. A. Allen, Burkesville, was oil mingling with friends here a few days Mr. Alvin Lyon spent a day or two in Louisville last week. Mr. E, Williamson, Dallas, Texas, was here a few dayslago. Mr. P. Maybrier, Stanford, was in Columbia a few days ago. Fred Chapman left for S. S. Wilson has a fishing job morning. in his No. 2, on his portion of Mrs. Minnie Bunnell, who has been .theTjrW. Coop, Sr., farm, on sick-fo- r .everal days, developed pneu- Sulphur creek. monia last Sunday, and is now quite .The McClintock Oil Co., are ' sick. Mr. C H. Campbell, who was confin- drilling on their No. 2, on the ed to his home for etx weeks, a victim G. W, Coop, Jr., farm, on Sulof erysipelas, was able to come over in phur creek, They got a nice town Saturday. His friends were glad showing of both oil and gas at to see him out. 86 feet in this well. Mr. G. R.lTurpen Tate) has been The No. 1, of the Petroleum very sick for the pat ten days. His daughter, Mrs. W. H. Eubank, of Exploration Corporation on the Louisville, was notified of his cpndi-tio- n Tom Graves farm, in the Salt a few days ago. Lick Bend is drilling at someMr. R F. Rowe has recovered from thing over 1,400 feet. The a long spell of weakness, result- Bhowing to date in this test is from ing i from an operation. He encouraging and these people exwalked over in town last Saturday and pect to get a good pay in the his friends were glad to greet him. near future. Wilson, Dr. L. C. Mrs Geo. E Nothing.is known here as to Nell, Messrs. Sam Lewis, L. T. Neat, M. C. Winfrey and T. R Stults at- the depth and results so far on h tended the Lincoln Banquet at the No. 1, on the J. M. Williams Hotel last Saturday night. Mrs. Louis-villeIpnda- 5 o y I THE USXVEB&A& CAR eii . Seel-bac- The Ford Runabout is a JRunabout in reality a regular busines9 messenger, solving the question of economical and quick transporta tion. The' Contractor,- Builder, Traveling Salesman, Collector;! Solicitor,' 11 find the Ford Runabout the most convenient as well as the most economical among motor cars. Low in purchase price;! cost of operation, and low in cost of maintenance. Durable inl service; and useful every day in the year. We solicit your order fop' one or more. We ask your patronage in the repair of your car; assuring you of genuine Ford Parts, skilled workmen, reasonable, prices. We know we can satisfy your wants of motor accessories. - farm, on Casey's Fork of Mar- of a good well. It came in with since. Mr. D. D. as, was here week. Mr. E. C. was over last "week, taking orders for rison farm, on Dry Fork, of groceries. Brush Creek, is drilling at 510 Mr. R. H. Marshall, Bardstown, feet, and is expected in Friday. made a businessltrip to this place last The Southern Oil & Refining Wednesday. standing 300 feet deep in the hole and later flowed. We do exact depth but re Dillon, McKenney, Tex- not know its the latttr part of last ports give it around 590 feet. The E. J. Schabelitz Oil Com Borders, Campbellsville, pany's No. 1, on the A. A. Mor- Mrs. Joe M. Reed and several of her Co., ofJDenver, Colo., have conchildren have been quite sick for the tracted with Dale &, Garvin to ' past week. drill a well on the T. M. Glide-we- ll Mr. Arthur E. Town, LaPorte, Ind., farm, at Brush Creek, to a trip to Columbia a depth of 750 feet, unless a paymade a business few days since. at ing well is found Hamlett returned home depth. The drilling Sunday night, after spending three Mr. Edward a lesser rowbone creek, more than it is drilling and the constill tractors are reported to have had some delays caused by fishing and awaiting needed supplies. Carnahan Oil Co., drilled in well No. 2, von Campbell Bros., in the Creelsboro field. This well came in near the 250 foot mark and is showing for a nice producer. Well No. , on the same farm was thought to be dry, but after standing two weeks, the drillers found that the oil had broke in and about five barrels of oil was pumped out and the well will make .a small pumper. : C. J. Davidson, manager for the Carnahan Oil Refining Co., left for Nashville, Tenn., this week, to purchase more stills and equipment for their refinery located at Creelsboro. The Southern Oil & Refining Co., of Denver, Colo., have purchased the T. M. Glidewell, 100 acre lease, which is located in the Brush Creek Field, and will drill from ten to twenty wells on it as fast as possible. This lease adjoins the Soutnern's Gilbert lease and is looked upon with much favor by the oil people. Much credit is due above company as they are one of the pioneering operators in the Cumberland Oil Fields.' 1 . THE ' BUCHANAN-LYO- N CO ' zzz 'incorporated Columbia, Kentucky. ? m -- w "- .; mmm citizenship has shown unanimously that it wants something to drink." Not only is that untrue but a very sm&ll proportion of "our citizenship" wants something to drink, or is willing to take any chance on the kind of stuff offered nowadays to drink by the criminals handling such things. Stanford Journal. GOOD HEALTH K ...... .. r ffaf-frfatApP- t Moderate Prices Easiest Terms F Music Good. ". OF CHILDREN FROM RICH BLOOD 1 f f a real musical instrument perjeciea J oy Thomas Edison himself which everyone can A iHAT'S theAmberolastoryin a nutshellF Here, at last, is a real phonograph 'III afford to own. is the tlorld's greatest phonograph value, and we make following offer-t- o prove it. the It Try It for Three Days-FR- EE! Health, Mrength and Up Bv Vigor Built . Glide's Pepto- Mangan. and judge for yourself if it is all we claim. If you decide not to keep the Amberola, your pleasure will have cost you nothing and if you decide to purchase it, our payment plan will make the purchase easy. Come in today and select an You see one child strong and robust AMBEROLA to be sent to you: home free person, phone or write us. rcF at Brush GOOD RIDDANCE,. days in Louisville. Mr. Charles C. Watchman were among the arrivals at the Jeffries Ho tel last Wednesday. Mrs. C. G. Jefferies went to Knifley Sunday, to see her sister, Mrs. J. C. Gose, who is guite sick. Hon. Lilburn Phelps and Mr. Lee A. Lawless were here a few days ago, en route to Jamestown. Mr. J. F, Patteson was in Louisville and Cincinnati last week, purchasing machinery for his shop. ' Judge H. C. Baker, who was confined to his room for five or six weeks, walks down in town daily. Mr. H. B. Ingram, who has had a long spell of sickness, is now believed to be gaining his strength Mr. Clarence Cravens, Humble, Russell county, made a business trip ' to Columbia last Thursday. Mr?. W. H. Eubank and her son, Allen, have arrived from Louisville to be at the bedside of her father. Messrs. J. D. Irvine and F. M. Flatt, Creelsboro, were at the Jeffries Hotel one day last week. Mrs. W. R. Myers is spending a week or ten days with her daughter, Mrs. Herman Barnett, Louisvilla. v Creek has heretofore stopped at the shallow sands and the deeper sands are known to be there and these people" are to be commended for their unceasing efforts toward developing the Brush Creek field. They are also the owners of the R. G. Gilbert farm there, on which they have some nice wells. Refinery, at The Carnahon Creelsboro, and The Cumberland County Refinery, located here are towing oil regularly from the Brush Creek field, and as a re sult all wells there are being pumped to their utmost capacity in order to supply the demand. The ita. 1. on the- - Wm. Ragle farm, on Bear Creek, owned by Last week a Cincinnati judge Davidson have returned from Liberty and are now at their home, on Greensburg street. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. J. E. Flownrs, who is engaged Louisville, reached home last week in for a ten days visit with his family. Mr. Mr. Walter McKinney and Mr. Henry Holt, Jamestown, were here last Thursday. The former is cashier of the Bank of Jamestown. resigned. In doing so he gave out a statement in which he blamed prohibitionfor the disregard of law manifested by a cer tain class of criminals and officials in sympathy with them, of whom he revealed himself as one. Here is his plaint: "The disregard of law is due to chaotic conditions brought about by the prohibition laws. n on sale is harmThe ful to a citizenship that has almost unanimously shown, that if wants something to drink. This is causing disrepect for the law. The. only solution will be the en actment of laws permitting the McClintock Oil Co., is drill- the manufacture and 'sale of light mg at around 5UU teet, and is wines and be'er, or at least for expected in today. the people to voice their sentirigging up his ments on that question." C. A. Gartlan is No. 1, location on the Wix DonYes.'dsar reader, you're right. aldson farm, near Neeley's ferry His name is Spiegel. And the and expects to start drilling by news report of his retirement the first of next week. from the bench is coupled with The repairs ''for the rig of the statement that he goes into Lynch, vWiclr & McKee, which the firm of "Meyer, Wise & were lost in transit, have finally "Kaichen." Cincinnati ought to .arrived and they are now moving go into sackcloth and ashes but on the G. W. Coop, Sr., lands, we reckon she'lf manage to stagwithout this on Sulphur creek, and will start ger drilling at once, where they great judge, whose character have a positive contract to drill and attainments may be judged from his statement that "our at least three wells? near-poisoalong-somehow another child pale and thin. One eats practically the same foods and J takes the same exercise as the other. What is the difference? Nearly al ways it's a difference in the quality of the blood. The strong child has rich, red blood and plenty of it. You love to see him eat so heartily. If your child is thin and weak, give him to build up the Gude's blood and see the difference between a sickly, unhappy childhood and a bouncing, healthy childhood. -- or if you can't come in TAYLOR HERBERTKENTUCKY. COLTJ1VIBIA, Pepto-Manga- n your liquid or tablet form. druggist's in Be sure it's the genuine. Advertisement. Get Gude's Pepto-Mangau at Farming Implements. I have a few more Vulcan Harrows, Rastus Plbws. Double Shoevel, Lay Off Plows, all kinds of Vulcan. Repairs. Steel Singletrees and Doubletrees, Seeond-hancSection Harrows and Two Row Corn Plows. Will sell afc. a' bargain. S. Chicago, Illinois. 1922. February 8, Dear Mr. Murrell: From time to time in recent issues of the News .1 have noticed your appeals to delinquents to come on across. Each time I have thought tomorrow I will send him a check, and I have as promptly forgotten to do so, with the result that I am possibly on your discontinued list. At any rate kindly mark me forward for the enclosed check. With very best regards, I am Yours sincerely, M. A. Traylor. Pauline Frederick, motion picture actress, formerly, well known on the legitimate stage, was marriedSaturday evening to C.'A. Rutherford, of Seattle. . -. m smith: L. Cane Valley, Kentucky. RED CLOVER ALFALFA ALSlKfc TIMOTHY BLUE GRA h. R E D PI ,! ' O ' Hrents Premium . o Seeds A- - R, C g R D x d & You can't keep 'em down They Will Come Up? Incorporated x C your HOME MERCHANT will supply you The C. S. Brent See& Go. G R S S Ask for Catalogue. Lexington, Ky. . . A. O fc I SEED OATS CANE GARDEN SEEJ POTATOES 'ONION-SETS- v ,. .. L- - io POPE BENEDICT XV ADAIR COUNTY, NEWS jf : : s fJTjTiT SSii Mb Far - iiHKISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHbSSSBF - ''i w "jjj lililriJili The Am.a9.inrt pm Edison made with "April Shonrers xs hA V. J This hit was introduced to New York on October 19. Recorded. October 20. On the 24th, finished reached Chicago via U. S. Airplane Mail; and a New Edison "April Showers" for a crowded at the Edgewater Beach Hotel. ball-room a i ' X ' XV "'" "SSSChSsV P1 7 B rwfSE &3?aL Lui1 ES-'O- M U &,' U mm vffill i Mil W Jrg K I.4?" . iJtsKHI lOlFlB fern t .Lsssssssssshh ssisssssssssssssssssssisssssssssssssst. fiBBS If ssssaKs- x ''".vSajil. j&hHississsssssissnl 5 uaaX& v 1 . Here!!! 90 days ahead p-to-date iiiiiissiilBMBMfinffillssHM Do you want to be with the new songs and dances? Edison was out with "April Showers" 5 days after New York first danced to it, and it proved to be the fox-trof the season. ot Edison has scored "beats" on almost every worthwhile" popular number of the past year. This is because Mr. Edison has perfected the fastest system in the world of getting and manufacturing the hits. This system, in combination with our own hit department, makes Edison owners FIRST in this town to have the latest songs and dances. 3?o.pe Jieaedlct XV, 2G0th successor of St. Peter, was the eighth to hold e9&jr&an tlie Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries. He was In his h .having .been elected on Septem ber 3, 1914, to succeed Pope Pius X. sixty-eight- 1M 'Tst'asr WAGE CUTS FROST DAMAGES FRUIT California Growers Suffer Heavy Loss From Cold. Residents Temperature Drops to 28 Degrees Fire Destroys School. Shiver as L M&i. The New Edison these "hits with the very pep and personality which Broadway's favorite orchestras Re-Creates me NEW EDISON Come in. Re-Ceea- $0 L TO BOARD SNhagRsements Expected at Conferences in Chicago in :Few Days. and performers originally put into them. This is because the New Edison Recreates the music of the living artist so perfectly that there is no difference between original music and music. This is proved, by tests of direct comparison. Re-Created some new popular selections. You'll hear the best performances being enjoyed in American homes today. te Edison Hear the marvelous New Learn How for $ (fill in your first payment), you can put the marvelous New Edison in your home. Just ask about our Budget Plan. 1S8WE VOTE A POSSIBILITY Shop Workers on PSe&C&ailrjoads to Be Completed "C53s:Wee"k Railway Executives in Session. 'Affecting -- orange and there lemon crops suffered cannot be deter- the door of his soul some great mined for several days. Meanwhile, growers in many sections are arrang- desire to do something larger basis. ing meetings at which steps can be which he knows he was meant "STo. Act on Regional Plan. d ISts Association of Railway Execu-;c-:o- taken to prevent much of tlie These words fruit from reaching the mar- and made to do." here today to act upon the were once spoken, by Phillips 5.fvaal .plan, following conferences' ket The cold weather was productive of iEliiiihe..bTotherhood clilefs and applied to lloover in Wushlng-t$K- z a number of novelties for California, Brooks. They can be including snow Hurries at several you. astweek. It makes no difference "Effite .xailroads are not making an points near Los Angeles. Irrigation liKzUiSSi-attem- pt at negotiating a lower ditches froze over, ponds and lakes did what circumstances you are sur likewise, and even one arm of San rounded by nor the environment declared 1$. M. Jewell, the railway employees depart-jjteei- Francisco bay, kept fresli by the inof the American Federation of flux of a stream, developed a film of that you are living in, you should '.'.Reports from our general ice. At some points on tlie shore of struggle continually upward. It .grBtmr. cftadcurcn indicate that the road the bay proper considerable areas of making no attempt to offer frotliy spray, frozen to the consistency makes no difference how small ,iancon the cost of living or wages for of sherbet, offered new fields of explor- your daily task is always keep in siisnUar work in other Industries jor ation for small boys. , jtfZbxsr valid reasons for asking a wage Tlie cold wave put an unusual strain mind that some day you are - go One general manager i Trsfcctlou. on stoves and furnaces and thereby ing to do bigger things. When that he had no authority to caused numerous fires. a new wage scale. He was The most serious blaze was that you have finished your daily 10 per cent reduction sfSeea-tliwhich destroyed tlie" Mission high relapse into content with instructions to pass on to school building here, with loss esti- work do not mated officially at ?G30,000. ment. Understand that the mor3lie men, to take It or leave it." In 24 hours ending at noon gas comNo Assurance of Rate Cut. ' 'Jewell declared that emplojees panies supplying Los Angeles and its row will be used to better advantage and that your task will be xf 2ils department have no assurance environs .sent out a grand total of cubic feet to approximately any wage reduction would be slcct perfectly !done than ever - .guessed on to the public in lower freight 1,000,000 residents. This was said to more be the largest amount of gas ever before. Build as- - though you used here in a similar period. JEne.Jtfly wage reduction by the were a master builder, but never board cut $450,000,000 from the roll, Mr. Jewell said, and r xKflkoads' pay consider your handiwork perfect. 'Qe .estimated that new working rules WHITE FORCES TAKE TOWN Making your life bigger, better immlgated j,y the board had taken from railroad Moscow Dispatch Reports, Advance by and broader is one of your tasks. . weather 5300,000,000 AntibolshevlstArmy aacaa pay. Announced rate reductions More ReEvery day adds or takes away $55,000,000, "leaving the roads lief Workers Land. afceafiy $695,000,000 to the good," he Have a your character. This, amount should be translat--sHelsingfors, Finland, Jan. 23. Ad- from into lower rates before cutting vices from Moscow report that the care that your daily acts shall White or antlbolshevik forces have strengthen you. Never attempt treses again, he declared: .Strike Vote Possible. captured Blagnvieshtchensk, Asiatic A. strike Tote Is still a possibility, Russia. to advance at the expense of Constantinople, Jan. 23. United : tsfe. Jewell said, although he declared And never concro was danger of encountering a States destroyer Pox arrived at Novo- your brother. It a rossiysk, Russian Black sea port, with sider that you have reached pers fjiwir n the transportation act .jjiflTfnrtnrr settlement of the overtime a party of American relief administ fection. Avoid i miles is not obtained, and n strike vote tration workers aboard. t vn, representatives of the men as you would a deadly malady. Kweuld be bound to present tlie situation Named Dry Chief of New Mexico. v w company officials. Knocking is just as unfortuWashington, Jan. 23. Sara Beaman jLfter nearly two weeks In confer- of Ironton, Ohio, been vaoe, the committee which represents federal "prohibitionhasdirector appointed nate a habit as the drug habit for the in eyery section of the CQlln- Jxs&roads ASjjpy ii&a ironed out varying lnterpteta- - state of New Hexico.lt was announced and the man addicted to such a at the prohibition bureau. z&bms of the new shop rules. is greatly to be pitied. He .23. Railroad wage 40 roads, affecting all lCes'on hop .workers, who constitute tfqpg.SSggrth of the jail men of the to-b- e completed this week, and --afJdteraiegotlxitioDS looking to a general ripfjpcr.tent reduction of railroad wages 3JK?Z3g&ruory 1. All are expected to samemiBZ In disagreements, which will jfogfctg; ihc pripo&ed wage reductions to tftms zaMraad labor board. ISii?gotiatlons over reductions for the tiifrp service employees, constituting JtirisiffygjJive brotherhoods, are February 15, on a OJJScfcSQ, -- Jan. coun-sttaa-isatenta-stBss.et- San Frauclsco, Jan. 23. Central and fcouthern California residents, chilled by two days of cold, awoke to a warmer temperature. Unaccustomed to severe weather, the temperature which caused them to shiver and grumble were only- - what would have been chIIimI moderate elsewhere. Nevertheless, the marks of 20 and 28, effective throughout most of the citrus growing district, had been sufficient to cause heavy loss to those crops. HERBERT TAYLOR COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. J1 SenaKen-tuckians hurts himself much more than he This Is True. The coldest weather reported, aside from the usual low marks in"" the high hurts his town or community. Sierras, was 11) degrees at Willows, (Jlenn county. But It took less cold "Sad the day for any man Lebanon Enterprise. than that to force orange and lemons into overalls and keep forces out all when he becomes absolutly con The Church and League. night tending tlie smudge pots and tented with the life he is liv- heaters, on wlilch they depended to minimize the frost's dam- ingr, the deeds he is doing; when Living -on-hard age. Just how much the- - is not forever beating at fr el frost-damage- good and his future preferment depends in a great measure upon tors and Representatives. The purpose of this bill is to whether he makes good. If oust men who are now employed Wardens and Superintendents of in these institutions who are not asylums do not grow in Kencitizens of Kentucky, that their tucky but in Ohio, Indiana and In a recent issue of the other States if a Kentuckian places "may be filled with Church, a religious paper pubonly. wanted to fill one of these posilished by and for members of the We are in full sympathy with tions he would move to one of Episcopalian church, the follow- Senator Brock. One of the prin- these States in order to get a job. ing editorial appears: ciple reasons why the proposed He would be like old Ben the same qualifications as vi-we- , presl-'zUsHt-- t. re -- ed e propo-srsSCs- n, ir. la-fu- ar . "Organized Christianity the world over demanded the League of Nations. There has seldom been such organic unity among Christian bodies throughout the world as in that unanimity. From the churches of all the nations separately to the preliminary World Conference at Geneva, the Lambreth Conference and the Pope, the League of Nations embodied the organized Christian sentiment of the world for world reconstruction . . The League of Nations continues to be the program of Christian churches and of Christian people generally outside and their America. amazement and disappointment at the failure of America to cooperate with them is a part of the world's tragedy of 1921." ..:.... -- & STATE OFFICES FOR STATE MEN. elizabethtown news. ft -- self-contentme- nt -- -- habit Senator Brock, the Republican floor leader, seems to have drawn the down upon severe censure of the Courier Journal and the Evening Post on account of a bill he has introduced in the Senate requiring the employees of the Penal and Charitable Institutions to have himself amendment to the constitution providing for the appointment instead of the election of the State Superintendent of Schools was that the Board of Education could go out of the State to select the Superintendent. The people of Kentucky, regardless of politics, do not think the State so destitute of ability as not to find among its citizenship a man capable of filling every position in it. If we have men qualified to be Governor and Judges tf the Court of Appeals we certainly have men qualified to be Superintendents of Asylums and Wardens of the penitentiaries. We believe that all the offices in the State should go to citizens of the State and if there is any office in the commonwealth that no Kentuckian is qualified to fill that office ought to be abolished. In addition to our belief that there is a citizen of Kentucky qualified for every position there is still another reason why should hold all the offices in Kentucky that a citizen of the State has a different and a higher reason to make good in State position because he has the proper pride as a citizen to make Ken-tuckians Hardin when he settled in Elizabethtown to practice law. One of his first clients told him he wanted to employ him until the big lawyers from Bardstown came over to court when he would he would employ one of them. Mr. Hardin concluded at once if all the big lawyers lived at Bardstown that lie would move there immediately and be did. We hope Senator Brock's bill will pass, and we think it will. Since putting the above article in type, the Brock bill in question has been killed, but not having time to set other matter to take its place, we let it go for the good sense it contains. Used 40 Years CARDUJ The Woman's Tnie r. S flp m Sold Everywhere ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TOHOrfO :GUT "ARMY "SfaTtmMiftrfleftry-B- f THE NEWS i PROVES FATAL Illustrious Head of Roman Cath olic Church Called From His Labors. Reduction of Land Armaments Revived at Arms Meet. Japanese Now Have Numerous Objec-- . tions to Offer to Hughes' Publicity Plan. U. L BRITAIN" Conference. It is certainly wonderfuP t&&&& $1.50 lii The - Lloyd George Tells Liberals "End of War" Is Aim of Genoa Washington, Jan. 23. Reduction of land armaments, wiped off the agendJ SHORT TERM IN HIGH OFFICE of the Washington conference in the cuse of Frace, was revived and applied Demand to China. that China Benedict XV Elevated to Papal Throne materially cut down her military forces d was Included in a resolution in 1014 His Career Since Ordinaby Senator Underwood of the tion Marked With High DistincAmerican delegation; and adopted untion Was 68 Years Old. animously. To force compliance with this further Invasion of China's sovereignty Pope Benedict XV, two hunby a conference supposed to safeguard dred and sixtieth in the list of her interests, the mite of an Increase Roman pontiffs, served as pope in the Chinese tariff rates recently for about seven years and five allowed was made conditional upon acmonths, having been crowned at ceptance of the mandate to reduce her the Vatican Sept. 6, 1914. His army. reign was shorter than that of e Indications that the any of the three popes immedialliance still Is In operation were seen ately preceding him. Pope Plus in the support given the Underwood X, his immediate predecessor, resolution. Sir Robert Borden, former served 11 years before he died Premier of Canada, and a member of in 1914. the British delegation, who made the motion Wednesday to strike out the retroactive section of the Hughes open Rome, Jan. 23. Pope Benedict XV door resolution, made . the principal Is dead. Death was due to pneumonia speech in favor of reducing land and heart weakness complicated with armaments exclusively in China. Sir bronchial cntnrrh and Influenza. The Robert's speech was prepared in adpontiff had been 111 only five days. vance. The final attack dated back to last Of course, the necessity for China Tuesday wlen he contracted a cold. expending less money on soldiers was Thysiclans had given up hope for his based purely on economic grounds. recovery, a cold which was not looked Nothing was said of the effect the upon as serious having developed Into development of an efficient army in pneumonia, though a few days ago it China would have on Japan's attitude was lightly regarded. toward China. There has been much Cardinal GasparrI, papal secretary open talk by Chinese here at the conof state, made public the fact of the ference of the movement to wake up death of the pope. their "people and get them interested In His holiness had been suffering for preparing adequate weapons for the some days, having contracted double defense of their land against foreign pneumonia, and treatment began too aggression. The eye of the "sleeping giant of the orient," once aroused, It late. Pope Benedict XV rose to the su- is recognized, inevitably must first fall preme head of the Catholic church upon Japan. Sept. 6, 1014, less than six months The Japanese delegates showed afjer he was elevated to the cardinal-shi- their own hand In backing up on the fro was born of noble parents position they toot Thursday with ret Pogll, near Genoa, Italy, Nov. 21, gard to the Hughes resolution for pub1854. His father was Marquis Delia lication of all commitments relating to Ohiesa. China. The Japanese thoroughly apf Educated at Capronlcan college and proved the proposal "In principle." the Academy of Ecclesiastics, he was They now have numerous objections to ordained to the priesthood In 1878. offer. He was taken to Madrid, Spain, by Baron Shidehara, for the Japanese Cardinal Rampolla, and for four years delegation, objected to the proposed was secretary of the nunciature in requirements that private claims to Spain. In 1D01 he was appointed special rights, privileges and concesof the holy, office and In 1907 sions be listed with the secretnry genPope Plus gave him the appointment eral of the conference, to be compiled of archbishop of the see of Bologna. and distributed to all the powers parHe was' made a cardinal In May, 1914. ticipating in the conference. He also Pope Benedict .was much affected by stated that many of the documents asthe horrors and sorrow of the World serted as basis for Japan's claims In war and many times tried to bring China are in Japanese or Chinese lanabout peace negotiations. Germany's guage, and Japan would not be bound violation of Belgium's neutrality filled by translations. him with great sorrow and after the sinking of the Lusitania, he telegraph BANK IS FREE STATE CAPITOL ed the German emperor telling hlri abhorrence of the deed. Old Irish Parliament House in Dublin' Saddened By Horrors of War. Comes Into Its Own Collins Pope, Benedict's first appeal for Goes to London. peace was issued one week after his spon-boreAnglo-Japanesp, LAUDS MEET AT WASHINGTON Premier, in Referring to Conferences, Said If There Had Been a Conference in July, 1914, There Would Have Been No War. London, Jan. 23 I'M'inler Llojd George, addressing the national liberal conference, declared that all lhe of Europe, without distinction, had been invited to the Genoa economic conference "becnuse we want to put an end to constant wars and rumors of wars." Discussing the Washington conference he said: "The peace of the world largely depends upon good understanding between the United States and ourselves. The conference lias done moie than anything ele to nn-tiole-sto- re State $2.00 Out Of The State The Courier-Journ- al The Times Or Post AND con-suit- or THE NEWS OlSTE FOR YEAR $6.00 The Above Proposition for the Louisville Papers Does not Apply to those Living in the Corporate Limits of Columbia. DEHLER BROTHERS GO., 1 16 Egst Market Slreet Telephone Main 2167 LOULSiZILLE, KY. Roofing, Fencing, Hard ' i. ware, contractors Supplies. Asohalt, Shihgles. -- TAdvertise in The News if yew wish to seiroir My. plight than had ever ive January 27th, 1922, thesss-pric- e before witnessed. He continued: "International confidence Is the basis of the Fordson tractor tfUJJI of international trade. The problem confronting Great Britain and the. be $395, f. o. b., Detroit,.- - 'Sssfe: world may be summed up In one phase is cut of $230' off the- a pressEtr restoration of International confi dence. price, and' while in making- - sSrass: "Order will restore confidence. Wi must establish real peace In the big reduction we have takeran Ssgd world." on ourselves a . gigantic Mr. Lloyd George said he was lookr ing to the Genoa conference to restore the reduction of manafactn-CT'spence in the, east. costs, still, that task, in? msy "If perinftnent peace Is established, consultation with the British cabinet there must be great reduction in the opinion, is not larger than S committee. cost of armaments," he added. "The farmer's problems of todays ebsiS Eamon de Valera at the coming British army is being reduced to below meeting of the high council of the the pre-wstandard and the navy, I am glad to do my part in brinss--in- g Sinn Fein will move, It Is learned, that and the air forces was being reduced about a period of increas2&Sl until international recognition of Ire- also. The nations must be pjepared land as an Independent republic has to take risks for peace." prosperity for the farmer. Ybusi' been secured the aim of the organizaThe prime minister said he was a part is to carry this message H& tion shall be the same as before to believer In the League of Nations secure that recognition. thereby enabJayr-- r "and I wish some of its friends would the farmer, not run it as If It were a sort of little him to produce more with feass 'PRINCE MICHAEL' MILLS DIES party show," he added. PASSENGERS ARE MAJW0NED With reference to German repara- cost and shorter hoars; tions he said: Head of the Jezreelite Sect SucDynamite May Be Used to Release 150 I am glad to have had' thfe ? "I am one of those who think Gercumbs at Glllingham, Persons on Ferry Off Mackipaymany ought not to be let off from England. portunity of talking witli 'jsdJn nac City, Mich. ment, but Germany Is suffering from you have my best wished Loudon, Jan 23. Michael Mills, exhaustion, like other nations, and de- and Cheboygan, Mich., Jan. 23. Dyna- known sooner, howlay is inevitable. The :is "Prince Michael," and mite may be used to release the car of the .Tezreplites, a New and hood ever, a settlement is reached the betMonlpclier, Ky.. , Latter ferry Wawatam, held fast for 30 hours House of David, is dead at Glllingham, ter." In the ice floes off Mackinac City with Kent. He came to England from 150 passengers and the D. S. and A. America in 1900, declaring that he IN DRIFT Feb. 8, 19 train from the upper peninsula the divinely appointed successor was PASTOR IS FROZEN of Editor News: aboard her. A'bllzzard and the treach- James Jershom Jazreel (James White) erous condition of the ice makes It founder of the sect, who died in 1885. Rev. C. W. Chase of Michigan Perishes Please find enclosed chicle-- f&zr After Being Thrown From a Impossible to bring the passengers Mills said he had received divine comSleigh, the Newa another- - year.- - 3fep ashore Over the frozen waters of the mand to complete the building of the straits, but no fears are entertained "Jezreel temple" at Glllingham. time was Jout Feb. r, 1922: 2$ Traverse City, Mich., Jan. 23. for those aboard, as the vessel is well Searchers found the frozen body of have been taking the News issrrstocked with fuel and provisions and Rev. O. W. Chase in a snowdrift near Is In no immediate danger. The, Wa- KANSAS CITY BANDITS KILL Old Mission after his horse arrived 22 years and not tired of it jmtZ watam was pinned in the ice fields home dragging an empty sleigh. while enroute from St. Ignnce to Three Robbers Hold Up Card Players Chase had started for his nome Dr. Always glad when Wednesdays' at fn Hotel and Slay One of ViMackinac City. Tugs have been unOld Mission through a. Wlzzard in comes, so I can get the Hews.. to reach her and dynamite will able ctimsEscape With $500. the afternoon. Apparently he had Wishing the News and be used to break up the jam Jf she. been thrown from 'the cutter. He" wn does not break her way out soon. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 23. Three seventy-fou- r years old. readers much joy this-yeajbandits entered a room In the Venice I am very truly, 96 Autos Destroyed in Fire. hotel and held up several men who Typhus Spreads in Moscow. - Chicago, Jan, 27. Ninety-siAutowere engaged In a card game Christ Riga, Latvia, an. 23. Typhus Is G. W.'Hayeas. mobiles were destroyed In nfire which Stnthes, thirty-eight,- " resisted and was spreading In Moscow, according to'the sweptthrough a garage in Wilinete, shot dead.- - The robbqrs escaped with Nownut". Officilll RolsllOVicf rmram. Thcloss iV estimated at $150,000" -: $500. -" ment organ here.. The News- - 31.50 in Kentucky "When Michael Collins and William Cosgrove visited the handsome historic building on Wednesday," the writer says, their visit was not entirely concerned with ifaatters of finance. When arrangements appointing the Bank of Ireland as financial agents of the new government were concluded the ministers were conducted around the building,' with a view to investigating its suitability to house the parliament." Collins is on the way to London to Join tho Irish ministers already in coronation. The appeal failed to bring results, as did also his later plan for a Christmas truce. In January and in July, 1915, he again tried to bring about peace negotiations. In March, 1$16, he repeated his attempts and in May of the same jear suggested that America should act as conciliator between the warring nations. His note to President Wilson to this effect reached Washington when Germany and the United States were involved In a diplomatic ciKK The Vatican approved of President Wilson's peace note In 1917, but tlnee months later the United States entered the war The Pope's most memorable appeal for peace was issued in his own handwriting on August 8, 1917, and asked belligerent rulers to end the struggle. During the peace conference his pleas were Issued in behalf of weaker nations. Just before the conference President Wilson had .private conference with Pope Benedict at the Vatican In which many questions of a social and international nature were discussed. The settlement of the Irish problem was received with great pleasure by thepope, who issued a message congratulating the principals In the negotiations. 700-year-o- ld As a general thing, tne mers have bettered' their cial condition during the'paa 2JS months, but the production? issME of farm products are stUU iJeo close to selling prices to satSvc fair margin of profit. WrtSitSee-farme- r must do to put his- nesB on a paying basis-is- - toiskr' e'r the cost of planting, euKiTartr ing and harvesting his erage This alone will increase his jpaJST its, and with this thougSs: 5za mind it has been our 'con&is&sdt: aim to lower the cost oi? fifce? selves." Touching on the subject of n gen- Fordson so that every farmeySras eral election, he disclaimed that he could own one. It is ksr had started the talk of it, saying lie the land had not made up his mind In regard to pleasure, therefore, to annoCTens; such an election and that it would not you Ford dealers ib<: be his business to do so until the last through minute. we have today decided that tKuss" "I have nothing to add to the admirable statement on the subject by tractor price should again- be my colleague, Austen Chamberlain," he duced, and in considering s added. "Whether the election comes naturally my thecgiasfe early or late we shall have but one Dublin, Jan. 23. The old Irish par- policy to put before the country a pol- has been to make it possible fesr liament building on College green, now icy not dictated by electioneering occupied by the Bank of Ireland, is exigencies, but a policy demanded by the largest number of farrcei2S? destined to become the official home of the needs of the country and of the to share in the benefits to bs derthe legislature of the new Irish Free world.'i. ived through the use of oaar Trade in Bad Plight. State, according to the political corWorld trade, he said, was in a worse tractor, and consequently respondent of the Freeman's Journal. eilessr any one present e, - that understanding." Parley Would Have Averted War. The premier, In referring to international conferences in general, said that if there had been a conference in July, 1914, there would have been no war In August, 1914. "No International conference ever settled Europe's problems," he said "but they have advanced the cause of peace on earth. I have profound and faith in the ultimate reason of mankind." Mr. Lloyd George was greeted with a storm of cheers when he appeared on the platform In Central hall, where the conference was held. All the coalition ministers and liberal members of parliament were present. Replying to an eugolistlc introduction by the chairman of the meeting. Lord Lever-hulmthe premier Immediately began a discussion of the advantage accuring to the empire from the Irish settlement. Refers to Irish Pact. "It Is the first time for a century," he said, "that we have had an Irish government established with the wholehearted sanction of the people of Great Britain." Mr. Lloyd George said that the Irish settlement had enhanced the prestige of Great Britain throughout the world and had deprived her enemies of "the force that taunt that we vere always willing to give exalted advice to other nations, which we never followed ourcon-rlctl- here in my office and say a Sme words of greeting tr yea Tm$ dealers of the Cleveland t&z5& ry. the radio is an outstai tribute to man's inventive ius. They say there is-- nofiHiap: new under the sun, but we-- aaiss constantly inventing new tbsSL every day brining some- - bij? i provement over fc3e prevrcstfT' day's methods. Manufacturing operations swe& undergone some wonderful iss olutionary changes-- during? fetes past few years. We are- - alK IS? miliar with the big improvemanF in transportation methods?-- Kfc the o'dest industry has bssjs ttkfs? most backward in adoption of the new and? jgr methods of doing- tfiS5v-an- d tbat is the farming maksS:-- . Being a farmer, I am vitaBpf into-da- te - terested in all farm msg&p ments, and'with this in mnw, lE have spent years of tiina- - jtxrll millions in money in the darsai?: ment of the Fordson- fcrseaer which. I really think is onaaffl&e? - biggest helps possible to-- praafcK-b- le farmings i r--e x&r-ducti- on, tasr ar -- ' - " it3-2nsa- .- x V r CLOVER ALFALFA ALS1KE TIMOTHY IbLUE GRASS waters of Big Creek. The only O thing to do is to go down in the Y mother earth to the depths B where there is larger quantities n It is better to have it and not need it, than to need it ancfnot A of oil. Let the good work begin ' N at once and find the great hidden have it." S 31 c treasures on old Big creek o Our farmers are our busiest w people now days. AH the loafp JL WV -'"O E ing around is cut out. One and A all are now out on their farms, rx. S burning plane beds, turning the iChirp for little chicks Horse Feed o soil, sowing oats and grass seeds .Kackle Scratch Feed .. Dairy Feed R Oyster Shell Hog Feed C with a view of making one of H the largest crops of corn and toGrit Hog Tankage A bacco Bone Meal Mill Feed that was ever grown in R Meat Scraps Cottonseed Meal D the western part of old Adair. Chicken Charcoal Linseed Meal G Notwithstanding the high price Your HOME MERCHANT will supply you R The C. S. Brent Seed Co. A of grass seed; our farmers are Incorporated XEXINGTON, KENTUCKY by day our S buying them in large quantities V3EED OATS CANE GARDEN SEED POTATOES ONION SETS and are sowing them. The only ash-hea- p is piled up ''"V way to keep your land and to Gtadville. Crocus. have plenty of fat stock is too . the of a fire a minute, on tr. keep your fajrm well supplied r.--, We had spring weather for a with plenty of grass. We are having: some fine plow the -Jitttg weather and the farmerB are few days last week. The Directors and Stockholders "&king advantage of it. Allen Kemp was at Pierce the of the Gradyville State Bank, ..tf?tCom Huddleston and Bob first of the week delivering to- met in their office on the first Losses by Fire in the United the day of February heard a.report o&tcher have both lost good bacco. five to more fcsrse3 in the last month. a and a H. H. Walker, of Columbia, from their efficient cashier, Mr.' - Zach Collins lost a fine, cow a was here the first of the week, C. 0. Moss, for the past year, Dollars. And most arewhich was very gratifying to all. rsqsw days ago. looking after cattle. ',7,3.5. Miller sold Willis Blakey Ray Flowers, W. R. Lyon and The same officers were elected son, of Columbia and Campbells- for the ensuing year that Served 7scSne bunch of hogs at 8c. year just ending with the This Agency furnishes Insur- ' - ;;fr. Eli Eaborn, of Creelsboro, ville, were in our midst last the addition of Mr. B. B. Janes, be"jSjjSissed here Monday on his way Wednesday. ance every ing added to the . Board of DiMr. J. T. Hughes, who has . me from Columbia. He had rectors. Our bank wants to of loss, and in- - addition, . at the bedside of his daugh-Ase- been on the sick list for several thank the public in general for Miss Mable, who has had days, does not improve fast. the very liberal patronage' that nojjadded expense, provides . tfS pneumonia, at the L. W. T. S. Mrs. Hanna Smith is in a very has been given the institution 'SL E. Knight bought of L. V. critical condition at this time. for the past year. "FSCimbler one three year old mule It is hoped by her many friends OzarK. "i Zsr $100. there will be a change for the I. W. Antle has a new boy at better in a few days. i" Strong Hill and W P. Flowers The weather continues mild v- jv.: Sis house. i AIL. BRANCHES OF W. E. Huddleston is having attended county court at Colum- and everybody is busy clearing and fencing. There has not been !raaber sawed preparatory to bia last Monday. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. 'iooilding a new dwelling house on Mrs. Lou. Squires and family much plowing done in this comwho have been residing in the munity. farm. Richard Vance, son of Mr. and Arthur E Tonn, of La Porte, Milltown community for a num"EnaLfcas resumed drilling on the ber of years, have moved to our Mrs. Vance, Campbellsville came T5. C. Campbell farm near here. town. We are glad to have home with. Mr. W. P. Bryant and 4& spent several days visiting. We understand that Ir. Tonn them in our midst. Mr. W. Bryant sold his toDr. L. C. Nell spent a few H r tas great confidence in making a days in Louisville last week, bacco on the Loose Leaf Market jgood strike in this well. Mrs. B. S. Miller has been at with his old .friends. Doctor re- House, Campbellsville. He rebedside of her niece, Miss ports a few days rest from his ceived 2c per lb". jfctberine Bennett, who is down practice is quite a treat to him. Malcom Leach and N sisters,, Our school is progressing fine Herndon Reeves, Broadus MontV ithPneumonia. ' L H. Jones is in Columbia with a large attendance, Miss gomery, Ray Huff, Loren White tMs week finishing up a job of Maggie Cundiff. our teacher, is and Miss Rosa B. White are in giving universal satisfaction. school at ' Columbia. They are t xsarpenter work. " Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Irwin pass-- f She knows exactly what to do in well pleased and seem to be adCO., vancing rapidly with their' stud-lethe school room. 5 here "Monday enroute to Zach Bardin, of Bliss, received to see their daughter, No death has occurred in this a nice bunch of cattle here one rhois sick at L. W. T. S. 1922. day last week, that he bought in community for a long time that Pellyton. Green county at 5 cents a pound. caused more sorrow than the 1921 PRICE NEW PRICE Sam Baker, the 'only sensible passing of Mrs. Lora Bryant last 1920 PRICE Sunday week. She was loved by ""Misses Lizzie and Dorthy man in this part of the county, $395.00 $625.00 $850.00 of Mintonville. are visiting as we take it, when it comes to all who knew her and jt can truly f. o. b. Detroit f. o. b. Detroit f. o. b. Detroit. sreSatives at this place. a proposition like this of pooling be said, she had not an enemy. Misajosie Gabbert, who has his crop of tobacco, has been She had never been strong and You can see from the above that the F0DS0N price is now less een sick for some time, is no notified that they are ready to never knew whatjt was to be receive his tobacco. Mr. Baker well, yet she was in her usual than half of what it was In 1920, costing very little more than health till four days before her an eight or ten horse' power as engines. We are only allotted '"Miss Mollie Holtsclaw, of will deliver at Greensburg. He death. May God comfort the 12 Tractors for Adair County this year. Every progressive farm"Masey Creek, visited relatives at will possiblyget more money out J! husband, mother, brothers and sthis-- place several days last week. of it than those who did not pool. er should owu a FORDSON. Let us explain to you how yoti can We believe pooling is the very sisters, and especially may he Emmet, son of Mrs. Sarah B. own one of the famous FODSONS, with" a small Cash Payment, guide the footsteps of the son, fSEorgan, is very sick with pneu thing for every farmer to do to balance on easy terms. We will be glad to give you a the only living child. get full value for his labor. "cmonia 'fever. stration on your farm to prove what a wonderful helper and Tripletr", of Garlin, Mr. B. B. Janes, one of our . Mrs. Mollie Mr. S. L. Coffey, who has been time saver it is. Ask any of your neighbors that have one, is visiting her niece," Mrs. R. A. -eadbing school at Elkhorn, has progressive farmers, as well as what he thinks of it. We believe that it will only" be a short a good business man, is on the Montgomery. . returned here to spend the time before we have orders for this ye.ars allotment. Think it Mr. Edgar Ellis was at Campmarket for a lot of hogs to feed over and let-u- s bellsville last week on business. have your order. J Mr. Hobart Rupard, of Hdbo-ke- for the spring market. Several cattle have died recentNew Jersey, is spending a Dr. L. C. Nell sold.'laBt week, af?ew weeks with his sister, Mrs. to Arlie Sparks, the farm known ly in this neighborhood. Mr. n tv"m. Taylor. in this section as the Hoy farm, John White lost three, Mr. T. J. COLUMBIA. CAMPBELLSVILLE. 'Quite a number of hogs have consideration, $2,500. Afov Sparks Bryant, one, and Mr. Hayden England, one. iaieen sold in this vicinty averag-- i has possession of the farm. in Miss Etta Bryant was the fngfrom'TJ to $8 per hundred. Mr. W. B. Tatteson, of Columbia, was in our midst the guest of Mrs. W. P. Price last bills in the """Betthereareno last week with an oil man, and week. Rev. Black is engaged in a The Scotch average nearly an Women, who want to keep slead letter office. as we get it their mission was to Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, of meeting'at Concord school house. their'names after marriage prob- inch taller than the Irish. But spent two weeks, recently Whn an auto kicks back and locate a place to put a well down Mr. Albert Bryant is traveling ably tfould take their . husbands the Irish were kent r7nm noet feceaka a man's arm it is merely at once. We take it that their at the home of Mr. W. JF, Reyn(years. names in vain. for a large candy house. is an abundance of oil on the olds!.N &9 replace the horse. t ADAIR GOUNTY -- NEWS? ' ( '1 BRENT'S PREMIUM FEEDS r EVERY MINUTE OF T -- EVERY DAY Ey national rate tremendous at average. yearsamounted - Half States, during last than pillion Fires Preventable. - 'een r, --. Projection against hazard at it expert FirePr$vention.;Seryice. , -- REED BROS. . - INSURANCE SERVICE -- las -- .rbe 1 FORDSON 3H?"e -- s. Co-"'ijtm- The FORD MOTOR. announces a re duction in price of Fordson Tractor, effect ive Friday, Jan. 27, Jas-per- ,- . win-.iter- ." n, Buchanan-Lvo- Co., Inc. Illi-noi- s7