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The Adair County news: March 21, 1922 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1922 ada1922032101_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: March 21, 1922 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. P- "- ifp- - r f1t(P T9-- YOLUME XXV COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY MARCH. 21, 1922. NUMBER 22 A SUDDEN DEATH. to His Wants the Cradle. Kansas City, Mo., Mar.. 8th, '22 Mrs J. N. Coffey, Dear Friend: , There has come to my hand an item that was copied from the "Adair County News" by the "Danville Dally Messenger" in regard to my father's ciadle, which is in your possession I feel grateful for the worthy tribute you paid him. He was truly the best man and the most consistent Christian that I have ever known. He has been dead for twenty years. Mother followed him to their mutual reward about two years ago. No children were ever blest with better parents. There are but three of us left namely: Mrs. James B. Welsh (Leila) of this city. Samuel L , of Chicago, and myself. Both Sam and I are preachers. The McKees, who. were rocked in the old cradle include William, Mary, Leila and Sam. I was born in Louisx Select Good Men. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS A MULE f Do You Remember? Latest Mail. Pittsburg. Kan , Feb. H. O. 23 KICKEP ME Mr. Jesse V. White Called So HAHD TbTHER SAY Reward While Sleep- DOCTOH DAY. AH LOS' ing. FUNERAL " SERVICES AT THE HOME. MAH CONSCIENCE BUT JEDGIN' FUMDe'bjll HE SONT WVE , 1AT MULE ET? tAUS DONE KICK HIM White, 76 years a citizen of Columyears, while sleepfor thirty-tw- o bia ing in his bed chamber, last Saturday morning between 12 and 1 o'clock, his Mr. J. C. Strange, holding suddenly and without a his hand, word or movement, entered that sleep that knows no awakening. Mr. was Strange paying particular attention to his breathing and suddenly it stopped, making a closer examination, it was discovered that he was dead. The family believing that he was going to get a good night's Test, Mrs. Strange had advised her mother to take another room for the "night. Mr. White was born and reared in the Gadberry section, and some years after he was married he removed to the Fairplay locality, and from this location he removed to Columbia where he resided the remainder of his life. This last removal was about thirty-tw- o years ago, as above stated. He was a man of strong convictions and did not hesitate to exprees his opinions. Being a law abiding man himself, he was ever ready to denounce lawlessness. He belived that a good citizen should not only live in the fear and admonition of bis God, but should walk uprightly before his fel low men. He made his confession many years ago. He loved his family, and if he had a reason for not wanting to die, it was because ha did not want - to leave his companion, his daughter and grandchildren. They were all perfectly devoted to him and he idolized them. Besides the names mentioned above he leaves two brothers and three sisters, who were present scn-in-la- Mr. Jesse V. old, who had been Tooly Judge J. C. Carter deli7red very pointed instructions to the Jury Commissioners before going to their room, He wanted the names of the best men in the couDty in the wheel; he wanted them from every precinct in the county; did not want a whisky drinker nor one who was in sympathy with the unlawful manufacture and sale of whisky. "Do not select a man," said the Judge "that you do not 'know to be in favor of law and order." He also told them that more men should be selected who live about Columbia "If good men," said the Judge, "are drawn for Jurors, good order will pre-- The day Gen. Frank Wolford was buried? Not a church in Columbia was large enough to accommodate the people, and the services had to be held in the court auditorium. People were here from all the adjoining counties. The funeral orations were delivered by Judge Jas. Garnett and Gov. Proc- Our min1,-0- 00 vail." Eggs for Setting. Tom, Dick and Harry. 31.00 per set- Two tallow candles were lighted and ting of 15. Cash must accompany or- placed on the table, and the speaker proceeded. After speaking a few minder. J. A. Darnell, Copyright. 192.1 tyMcCtur Newspaper Syndicate utes he told the Judge that there was Gadberry, Ky. too much light; it hurt his eyes, and ville. The First Game. if he had no objections he would exI moved from Kentucky twenty-sitinguish the light of one candle. Sec Christian Standard. years ago, serving first a church in Glenville and the Lindsay Wilson This was agreed to and Col. Owens Russell & Co's Opening. New Albany, Indiana, for four years; Notice. base ball teams met on the diamond continued with his argument. In then for nine years a pastor here in of the latter last Saturday afternoon. gesticulating he knocked out the othLadies who failed to visit Russell & Kansas City; afterward pastor of the The game was called on time and it er candle, leaving the audience in toThe Bank of Columbia was, on Sepchurch in Wichita Falls, Texas: and Co 's store, last Thursday, missed seewas hotly contested In fact it was tal darkness. The prisoner taking tember 27th, 1921. just after the fire finally returning to this city at the ing some of the finest ladies apparel played here for several advantage of the situation, jumped which destroyed Nell& Cheatham's ever brought to Columbia. Ladies the closest outbreak of the World's War. seasons, the contest closing 4 for the out the window and escaped, and .was stock of goods, appointed assignee of I wonder if you would care to part with artistic taste could not help but Lindsay Wilson, 2 for Glenville. not again arreseted. the insurance money carried by said with the old cradle? Sam and Leila have been pleased with the designs, The time when Jo Campbell shot firm, for the benefit of said firm's have each an old family relic, but I the material and the prices. An EdWanted. and killed Tom Redman, at old Neats-ville- ? creditors The insurance has just have none. My younger boy, John ison phonograph made the music and Campbell was a merchant and been collected and to the end of this Lapsley, is now in College. He is sale was on the entire day. The goods Two salesmen in Adair county to he had been told that Redman bad money being distributed among the eighteen years old. When he ges were purchased in Cincinnati, and no sell the oldest and best Accident threatened his life. One day while Creditors of said firm. All Creditors of settled, I know that a relic like the later creations in designs can be in the country. Policy pays he was waiting upon a customer, the said firm are requested to at once old cradle would be greatly prized by found in a city store. Russell and Co. $5,000 and $7,000 for death. Cost Redman entered. The man who had present their claims against said firm appreciate the visits to their empo-riuhim. 810.C0 to 815.00 yearly. Good pay for told Campbell that Redman had proved up according to law. and at all times will be ready I have often heard Mother Bpeak of right man. North American Acci- threatened hfs life' was in the store. Bank of Columbia. the Coffey's and other relatives and to furnish their customers with the dent Insurance Co., of Chicago. He said to Campbell "there is the By W. W. Jones, President. friends at Columbia, but I was never very best the market affords at living Write Josaph J. GibaoD, Spc. Agt. man who said he intended to kill prices. privileged to meet any of you. Special sale on rings for the next you." Campbell reached under the Premier Dep., With Christian Greeting. I am, Monticello, Ky. There is a stray shoat at my house, counter, got his revolver, shot and 15 days. Yours sincerely, 22-black and white spotted. Will weigh killed Redman. Great excitement L. E. Younp:. James L. McKee. followed. Campbell was acquitted about 40 pounds. The owner can have Body of Henry A. Hurt Arrives. and some years after this occurrence Contract Closed. 335 years ago, Mary, Queen of same by paying expenses- he removed to Lebanon. J. M. McQueary. Scots, sent a ring to Lord Hamilton as The day two federal soldiers, who body of Henry A. Hurt, who The The contract for erecting the bankMr. N. E. Thomas, who lives in the a farewell gift. Queen Mary underdied in Las Animas, Colorado, arrived were camped with a company at ing house for the Bank of Columbia at the funeral. Absher section, has a chicken at his last Wednesday and were stopped at Green river bridge, rode into town, was let last Friday to Mr. J. C. Miller, May God comfort the family and ail stood the value ot permanent gifts. home with three legs and four feet. the Butler home near town. Thurs- drunk. They road upon the pavement, the e. n contractor of other relatives in this sad dlspensa. 20 per cent, discount on rings until One of the feet is up on the chicken's day morning they were removed to hallooing at the door of every store, The plans of the building tion of Frovinence. He can not re- April the first. leg. Many people have come to the the home of his mother, Mrs. Marga- "Got any candy?" They were going will be published later. It is to be a go to him turn to them but they can L. E. Young, Jeweler, see freak. ret Hurt, this place, and in the after- around the second time and when stone front and a very attractive if thev walk in the straight and narColumbia, Ky. noon, after religious services, they they reached W. H. Walker's store, building. row path that leads to eternal life. For Sale. were interred in the city cemetery, Capt. Ed Russell, who was in the It is a sad hour, hut God can and will Every farmer who wants to better Died at Campbellsville. the Modern Woodmen being in charge store, picked up a two pound weight .pour the balm of Gilead into aching his condition should be in Columbia 20,000 pounds good hay, baled or the grave. Many friends were and threw it at the soldiers, and at next Friday afternoon. hearts. stack. Also lot good corn at my barn at the same time hallooed "killed the Mr. Henry Hord, one of the best present to pay their last respects. Religious services were held at the in Columbia, Ky. Call Tom Phelps. For Sale damned scoundrels." The Boldiers known men of Taylor County, a man residence Sunday afternoon, conductG. W. Dillon, Breeding, Ky. It is impoitant that a large delega- went out of town as fast as their of wonderful information, an uncle of ed by Bev. B. V. Bennett, assisted by t tion of farmers be in Columbia next horses would carry them. Two good young mares. Also 2 Mrs Rollin Hurt, this place, died last .Rev Jesse L. Murrell, in the presence good young cows. Fresh. The time that three or four soldiers Sunday, at his late home, in CampThe good citizens of Jamestown Friday at 1:30 o'clock. of many sympathizing friends, and at were on their horses in front of the bellsville. He was about seventy-fiv- e have on their improvement clothes, U. L. Antle. the close of which the remains were 22 3t Work of tne Grand Jury. Winfrey Hotel. They Twere using ug- y,ears old. and from information gathered they conveyed to the city cemetery and World Sunday and Pay-U- p WeeK are going to bring the old town out of ly language, and W. H. Hudson, who there deposited in the lot where two county re- was clerking Last Notice to Tax Payers. for Mr. Winfrey, asked the kinks. City lots are being sold to A grand jury of Adair for Methodist Centenary. sons rest. turned the following indictments at them to stop using such language. different parties and it is said that a There were many beautiful flowers. the term of court, closed last week. About that time Miss Maggie WinThose owing State and County Tar On March 26th the Methodists, in number of residences will bo erected Liquors unlawfully A CARD frey, who afterward became the wife for the year 1921, are notified that unall of their congregations will have a this spring and summer. Jamestown Disturbing Worship can be made a thriving place in which of Mr. Ethan Smith, came to the less taxes are paid at once, I will levy special program, presenting what has Gaming ladies' entrance of the hotel. The on personal property, if it can ha The widow and other members of been done through the auspices of the to live if the enterprising cihzens will ugly language was started again, and found. If no personal property can family, are very grateful to the Centenary Movement. draw on their bank accounts, erect Drawing checks without funds the The sermon Adultry many friends who so kindly waited buildings and invite people to come. Hudson threw a rock at the bunch, be found, I will proceed to advertise and addresses will all bear upon this Assault and Battery upon husband and father in his last are no better people chan can striking one of the soldiers in the land and sell for taxes. one important subject, and the week There Weapons Cortez Sanders, head, knocking him from his horse. illness, ending in death. Friends in following a united effort will be put be found in Russell county, and we Deserting infant children square as would like to see its capital swarm The other two left the Adair Co. time of need are appreciated and forth to collect up all subscriptions to Trespass speedily as possible. their .kindness will never be forgotten. the Centenary fund not paid to date. with live people who are looking for a Breach of Peace DO YOU KNOW? Gratefully, desirable location. Mr. Gordon Cheatham and family Breaking and entering a storeDr. Nathan Gaither, George That Airs. Fannie White WANTED. A gentlemanly sales have removed to Campbellsville. Mr. house Alfred Caldwell and Col. Frank WolMr. L. R Chelf is advertising and family. man who can furnish a team or light Malicious shooting ford were the only Columbia men who Cheatham informed us that he would News. car to canvass Adair county with an cream separator in Rape Attempt to were Representatives in Congress? engage in the Garage business. He Select your ring whiie they last. old established line of Proprietary Read the merits of die machine. That Columbia has had one Governor, is full of energy and has a splendid Seduction Selling at 20 per cent discount until Medicines, Extracts, Toilet Articles, Col. Thos. E Bramlette, one Lieuten- wife and two interesting boys. tYe Soaps. Spices, etc. Experience unnecLeg Sr.iken. Apr. 1st. At Supervisors at Work. ant Governor, J. R. Hindman? That trust that Mr. Cheatham will meet essary but nob oqjectionable. For L. L Young's Jewelry Store. Columbia held the circuit judgeship with success in his business, and good full particulars address yn The County Board of Supervisors of this district for nearly forty con- health may attend the whole family. ,'h , np?r the Mt. Last Wednesd-The n. C. Whitmer Company, Mr. E. S. Crume, of Louisville, Pleasant church, 'Oui Hutchison, are now at work on the valuation of secutive years? Columbus, Ind brother of Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, this Do you know that the late Lieutenson of Jo Futchisnrj. md another property of Adair county, as returned Write to Gilbert. place, lost $2,000 by fire which spread by the Assessor. The board is com- ant Governor J. R. Hindman, of ihls m .scuffling.' Remember the Farmer's meeting to young man, place, was the first Representative of from another building to his residence ue neld here next Friday at 1:30 Hutchison in tcm vraj nt one of his posed of the following gentlemen: Jo Adair county in the Kentucky LegisThe electorate having beon doubled last week. jo' oloc. legs broken and had to 'e conveyed Rosenbaum, L. C. Hindman, Horace t lature after the close of th6 civil war? and the consignment of vegetable and home. Dr. Flowers was culled and Jeffries. I. C. Breeding, John Reece, and The Royal Arch degree will, be con that I. C. Winfrey was the first flower seed reduced, I would like to If vou waun something that will Granville Russell. Steve Absher, ferred to night in Columbia Chapter. last a lifetime and then be handed reduced the fracture. He will be con" uisMietr send them only to those who desire They will probably be in session the some time. Do vou know that Jo Williams, of them. Those desiring vegetable or All R. A. M. in good standing should down to your grandchildren, buy a fined for full time allotted. color, who is now employed by Mr. set of our chairs at Dohoney & flower seed will please write me right attend. The local American Legion of Adair Gordon Montgomery, on the latter's away and will.try and aviflj store. For Sale. I their county will meet in Columbia the farm, is the only living man, who was Born, to the wife of B. E Wilson, L. Akin & Son. RespeoAilly, wants. present when Reesen Dohoney killed fourth Saturday afternoon in this last week, a son, mother and baby Balph Gilbert. bred Barred Plymouth Eggs. Harry Webb? Jo gave the News, a Pure month. All members are requested doing nicely. few days ago, the names of all the par$1.00 for setting 15. Now is the time to clean all rubbish to be present. DeMelaySewfiladMie at W. E. Dudley, Glensfork, Ky. ties present, and as above stated, he Albert Bryant, Next Sunday will be Methodist Day from your garden and be ready to t is the only one living. ley Ddwicj. plow when the time comes. Port Commander. throughout the country. ce 3t WLfi tor Knott. The time when Col. William Owens, who was a noted lawyer, defended a man in the old court-roofor stealing a bog? It was long before the civil war, and the only means of lighting houses at that time was with tallow candles. The man was arraigned late In the afternoon, and after Col. Owens had spoken until about dark, he announced to the Court that he wanted to finish his argument after supper. m ister, J. Smith, has just closed meeting at Aicadia, town of about inhabitants, with great results. Our people say it was as wonderful .as the Scoville meeting at this place last year, when the size of the place and the few workers are considered. Wm. Jewell organized and led music. Mrs. Emmanuel Jones, of Columbus, did marvels with the women's meetings, receiving many confessions and organizing cottage prayer meetings daily in four section of the city. Nearly every man conducting business affairs on the main street of the city united with the churcht 127 bowed the knee to the King of kings the majority head3 of families. Rev. Smith is a big, deep, earnest, consecrated preacher, with poise, culture, endurance and extraordinary ability. He captured the community for the good cause. May his habitual success continue. We, as a church, echo the wish. Mrs W. B Rogers, Financial well-know- Camp-bellsvill- 20-3- ff 22-2f- c. s enec I Do-hone- y's k 20-8- 6 -- l9-4- Mt r ADAIR3C0UNTY eaten," he said easily. "It will give me a comfortable night's rest." "Glad you take it that way. Cleaned him up, have you Juan? Now, how about that room yonder? Empty, ain't It?" "Si, senor," it was Pancha who anz swered, opening the door. Laud took a step forward and glanced into the apartment. The swift scrutiny apparently satisfied him, for he turned to the prisoner, his revolver still grasped in readiness for instant was helpless. There was not a thing Incould do; yet he tried again and again desperately, sting the puncheons of the floor, block by block, digging at the dried mud between the logs of the wall ; endeavoring to gain seme leverage upon the hinges of the door, and tugging once again furiously at those wooden stakes protecting the narrow window. His fingers bled from the frantic effort to thus loosen something, to yield him an opportunity to really exert his strength. These efforts were utterly useless; there was not a spot of weakness to bo discovered. If the place had been originally constructed as a prison it could not have been more securely built. Mentally and physically exhausted, he flung himself upon the floor, and lay there, quivering from head to foot, with nerves completely shattered. The silence became ghastly; any sound would have been a relief. There was no one moving about even in that other room, and the door between fitted too closely for him to perceive any gleam of light. He listened intently, holding his breath, but his head sank back once more In dejection. Why in God's name hadn't he fought it out like a man? Why had he ever permitted himself to be thus caught like a trapped rat? The frenzy of disgust he felt caused him to sit up and stare once more at the single star shining through the window. What was that? Surely something out yonA shadow? der moved ! Silently, cautiously, he stepped on the stool, and looked out between the bars, his heart beating like a drum. At first he saw nothing, the blood seeming to stand still as he gazed then the lingers of a hand grasped one of the wooden bars, and a face rose slowly just in front of his own. A whisper revealed the identity of his - NEWS he easy to get her away, sne is not left unwn tolled, and nothing can be done tonight. 1 must watch and wait. Eet will only be safe when Smr Macklin and my brother are ' nth awnv." "You mean that I am to hide until you 'ire somewhere ready?" he questioned. "Is that tie scheme?" "Time Is no other thing possible. Even that may fail. Senor. do not he a fool "' she urged earnestly. "I km"? the .'.inger of all :h's; you not re:ii. even yet what ee? means to he a ;r one.r in Wolve hole. These men keel : it Is their only law. I risk inv life fo do this, and there Is but one chance of succes'5. Alone, unaided, you . Why? inner tret ut of here novel-von ask. Because, senor, every pus--i- s "Miler f I 'By I: action. "Go on in," he commanded harshly. "An tompiTow we'll settle this case." Shelby walked past him without so much as a side glance, to all outward Randall Tarn's? WWWVVWW?W$Vwwvw6j uopyngnt A. 1 c. .McClurg & Co. portunity tonight; but I must get away so no one shall suspect yer had any hand in it." "That Is eet," eagerly. "IndlanJoe, he keel me if he found out; maybe my brother, too. I see heem keel men, quick, like that. Then he laugh. So I think; he look in here, but not to search, so he not sure what might be. Perhaps there was a knife under the bed, he dropped somewhere what you found see? Maybe you had eet hid in your boot how he know that?" "Yes, but I haven't, Pancha." "So I know ; but I breeng one see," and she pressed the handle into his hand. "How he know how you get eet? Eet is strong, sharp, so you cut these bars, an' when morning come you are not here. Who knows how eet happen, senor? I am also asleep, an' you are gone; 'tis the mercy of God." Shelby caught his breath to her expressive gestures, his fingers gripping the knife. "I doubt if I can get through that hole," he said mournfully, "after the bars are cut. I'm pretty big." "But you must, senor; there is no other way," she insisted Impatiently. "The blade is strong, sharp; eet will dig out the log, but do not be long. See there is a tree yonder; I will wait you there, an' show where you must go, so there be no trail. You come to me quick, but be still like death. Madre do Dios! 'tis the only way." She was gone before he could protest again, vanishing into the black night so swiftly and silently he could only stare out helplessly through the bars. Yet she had left hope and determination behind. With teeth set he began the work, finding the steel blade effective against the tough hickory. It was no light job, at that, but he plied the knife desperately, possessing some skill and unusual strength of wrist and fingers. The stakes gave way one after the other, but he was not satisfied until lie enlarged the opening somewhat by removing all bark from the logs, and prying loose the box frame. This required all of half an hour to accomplish, yet left an aperture through which he believed he gRes. Phoae 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A 0r. J. -- N iviurreli DENTIST. OSice.'Fronl Rooms Jeffnes'.BTdg. UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY guard; they are never 'eft riy-scl- ope'i." SYNOPSIS. tides In to the frontier town of Fonoa looking for a good time after a long spell of hard vrork and loneliness on the ranch. Instead, ho 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 and Ponca's leading citizen, decides that the girl, now alone in the world, should marry. Shelby starts a bent for eligible husbands and the minister goes to confer with the girl. saloon-beeper CHAPTER I. Tom Shelby, a rancher, "Then how are we to go?" f "'long a path known only to other, senor. A young and one Iri'Tin found eet by accident and en-lib- Ids secret to me! lie come, mi'' went that way for a year, but no . . cIm- - know. Once ho took me half i L. Specl&l Office H. DofncsC Veterinary Surgeon asd Dentist s of one ' to CHAPTER III. She agrees to pick a Ztnsband from a score of men lined up In her home. To his consternation, she selects Shelby, who had gone along merely as a spectator. He declines the honor. Indignant, the girl dismisses the assemblage. Later, Shelby goes back to make a explanation. She receives him good naturedly. Now you see I am right?" "! have no choice: I owe yn im life ilready." I will '. I en do as I say. senor. ltn- vnti where you can never he feel l I have food here In this taok. You must wait there hidden until I en Eot may bo a day. two days. days; that make no difference. three Ymi have my pledge that I will bring her I do not lie. Then ynn will do - 'o'i; eet is rough, yet can he attention tfiveu; Disease Animals .I hct.-ajuei at mile of town, en ycown road. Columbia. Kv runs into two of the rejected suitors, and In CHAPTER IV. Leaving her, Shelby both. Angered at their remarks, he returns to the girl, determined to marry her, if she will have a fight worsts them visitor. "Senor, come quietly to window; do not speak loud." "Pancha, you ! You would talk with me, then?" "I must know some things, senor; I must be sure," she said fiercely. "You tell me tonight the truth, senor; you not lie to me." "Not a single word," he assured her eagerly, his heart beginning to beat with new hope, his face advanced until only the bars divided them. "1 trusted you." "You are Senor Shelby?" "Yes." "And she, this woman. Is your wife?" "Yes." "She te pretty woman, verra pretty; you not married long?" "No, only a few days; we had just come to the ranch when she was taken away." "But, senor, why she go away if she be just married like you say? Why she leave you, an' run off with Senor Macklin? She love heem better than you?" "Love him ! She did not run off. He stole her, he and four Indians, after leaving me for dead." "He not tell eet to me like that; he say she want to marry heem, an' not you. That he took her to save her from you; that she would not let heem leave her. Then you fight, an' so get keeled." Shelby laughed softly. "So that was Macklin's story, was It? Well, it is not exactly true. I ain't saying she's In love with me, or nothin like that, but she sure don't hanker none after that chap. I'll tell yer why he took her cause she's got a bunch o money comin' her way down east that Macklin would like to get his hauds on." say?" Panchn." "f'rai-iaI'ft will be at night when we mine, ami jou will have to olimb tho-- e rocks in the dark. Yon will need stout hearts for that trip; but eet is better to risk than stay here an die. eimr. Now I tell you Indian Joe this s I "Ye- -. s i B him. After his explanation she agrees to marry him. CHAPTER V. The wedding takes place and the couple sot out for Shelby's ranch. "With them Is the "Kid," Mack-Ilwhom Shelby has hired as a helper on the ranch. On the way the girl tells her husband her name is Olga Carlyn, and also tells him something of the peculiar circumstances of her life. "Tomorrow We'll Settle This Case." n, CHAPTER VI. Leaving his wife in the house, Shelby goes to care for the horses. Returning, he is struck from behind by an unknown assailant. Hours later he recovers consciousness, to find that his wife and the "Kid" have disappeared. He starts in pursuit. CHAPTER VII. Shelby overhears a conversation between two outlaws that throws some light on his wife's history. He learns she is an heiress and that her abduction has been planned. He also learns that she has been taken to "Wolves' Hole," a haunt of bandits and "bad" Indians. The whereabouts of the place Is unknown to Shelby, though Its reputation as a resort of criminals is widespread. to rescue his wife. He is discovered by CHAPTER VIII. Shelby lays plans aged. He could distinguish the voices of the three without plainly enough to determine who was speaking, but their words were indistinguishable. Then the murmur finally ceased, and he thought one of the men had left the The Love of a Woman. cautiously watchful house, perhaps both, yet that was Shelby, while of Laud's every motion, was yet aware hardly likely. Someone remained certttat the girl leaned suddenly against tainly, for there was movement, and the wall, her face white, her eyes the iiiiml of feet, mingled with the staring toward him, and that Juan clink of dishes. Pancha was evidently clearing off the table. His thought vras leaning forward across the table, exposed. He was centered on her. Had he made a miswith gloaming teeth calm enough himself, however, for he take in thus suddenly confiding his true story to her ears? Yet, so far as had imagined this unpleasant discovenhe knew, she had said nothing to inery might be made and v.ns not jure him. and had made no effort to unprepared to meet it. tirely "He marry her?" "What brand?'" he asked coolly. reveal his secret. Indeed her actions had rather expressed fear of Laud, "That's his game, no doubt, if it "You mean the Three Star?" works. If not, he'll evolve some other. and a certain sympathy for him; sure "That's exactly what I mean, pard-nely that was what he had read in the I don't think be gives a cuss how it's I happen to know where that depths of her eyes. Yet how could done, so he gels it he and his prebronc com' from." you know more than I do. this be accounted for? She must cercious father." "Then y She stared at him with lips tainly be one with these others; Laud. I bought the pony from n childhood ported. man at Gerlasehe to ride out here brought up probably from cer"Maybe 1 see it more clear now," on; some fouclcor, at that. Say, come in the atmosphere of crime, and ghe exclaimed. "He not love her, tainly loyal to her brother. If noth'ng to think about it, those cows you were else. What then could possibly i;.. then ; hp just want her money, bah ! driving in were Three Stars." I care not how he get that, if he not "That is just what they were, most ence her to show him the slightest get her. You take her away, Senor o' them. That' what struck me as consideration? lie sat with head in his hands, en- Shelby, where he never see her d r. funny. Those cattle com' from deavoring to solve the mystery, ami. again?" tip on the Cottonwood; they belonged out from Hie dark, a possible explana".Of course." to a feller named Shelby." tion Hashed into his mind Macklin. "An' you keep her married to you?" "You run 'em off?" "I'M do the best I can. What do "That's none o' your d n busiuess. Could any relation he might hae they came from, an' with this fellow account for a desire you mean, Pancha? Can you get us That's where Shelby's dead. Hut what I'm inter- to wish his escape alive? It might; out of here?" "Si senor; I know the way that othyou got his the fact that he was already the husested in is how the h ers do not. I get you out, but," pasband of the woman Macklin planned horse." He dropped his gun down on the to marry would quite naturally ex- sionately, "eet is not to save you. I table and stared across into Shelby's plain the entire situation under cer- belong here see; with Juan, my If that rascal had brother. I am born outlaw, yet she imperturbable face with hard, threat- tain conditions. must go That I resolve. Tf she stay made love to her, and now deliberateening eyes. ly planned to desert her for another, here I keel her. But 'tis easier way you look here, young fellow, . ".Now you know who I am, 1 reckon. It's the Spanish blood would account for to have her married to you. an' safe." "You love Macklin?" Indian Joe Laud talkin' to you. May- all the rest. By heaven ; that must "Si. senor." proudly, "why not? He be it! He recalled the Insistence of be yer all right an' maybe yer ain't; her questioning; the flash of her eyes, say he love me; yet she come. Madre only 1 don't take no chances. Your story ain't sounded just right to me the threatening gleam of her white de Dies! l hate her! She take my from the start, but I'll give yer a teeth. Unconsciously he had touched love! She! Eet shall not be. You she chance to prove it. I ain't goin' ter the secret spring, and unloosed the ti- swear, senor, thatany go with you, an' more?" plug you now ; not if yer've got sense ger. Jealousy was the weapon a love never come back "Yes, Pancha, I swear that. Once turned to hate, the fury of a woman enough to behave ycrself. Tomorrow see what Matt Hanley has to say, scorned. To get Olga out of her path we are away she shall never come but till that time yere goin' to be lock- forever, she would risk anything, dare back," he answered soberly, impressed ed up. Goin' ter make any row over anything, nere then, was his one and by the violence of her passion, "yet how is that to be done?" only chance. that program?" She glanced apprehensively behind, But could the girl serve him, even If "Not the least." still clinging tightly to her perch, low"All right, then. Juan, you take the she desired to do so? He realized gent's gun; he's better off without it the seriousness of his position; his ering her voice again into its former That's right; now feel him over an' helplessness without some outside aid. cautious whisper. "Listen, senor; I tell you. Eet Is see if he's got any other weapons. He had been a blind fool to venture late now, for I wait before I come, an' into this den alone; and even a blindstand up, Churchill." Better The ranchman, comprehending the er fool to claim friendship with Han- think eet all out, so I know what to utter futility of any attempt at resist- ley. The morning would find him com- say. . Indian Joe. he bad man, verra ance, did as he was told, managing to pletely exposed, and he had little bad man, an I much afraid. But now he sleep in there; I creep past while retain cool smile on his lips. doubt what form vengeance would ashe breathe, an not wake heem. 'Tis squaw-ma- n sume at the hands of these men. He ffiwe-oiieyes of the 'The neve-wQ- e deserted his face and was like a condemned man in his cell because lie drank. Juan, my brother, Shelby realized" that the slightest symp- waiting helplessly for the certain hour go up to- the cove to find Senor nan tom of treaehory would prove his un- of execution. Worse than that, even; ley, an he not be back teel morning. doing. Laud vaj'Sn nemood io be for his fate mqst inevitably seal also Tonight eet must be done, an so they 'v the fate of his wife. Her only chance will not know I helped. Is eet so?" argued with, "Yes; I understand; yer have op "Nice of .you to rait until after I'd of rescue lay in his efforts, and he r. Vf-erI : 1 1 "Indian Joe" Laud, the leader of the outlaws, and forced to accompany htm Into the stronghold. There Shelby makes friends with a Mexican girl, Pancha, who is betrothed to Macklin and intensely jealous. CHAPTER IX. appearance quite at his ease. Laud closed the door and the prisoner heard him secure it witli a stout wooden bar. lie stood there motionless, endeavoring to collect his thoughts, the smile no longer on his lips, adjusting his eyes to the darkness. There was a window high up, but seemingly too small for the passage of his body, yet a slight gleam of starlight found its way through the opening, which was further barred by two stout wooden stakes. He stepped silently across and tested them, finding them solidly embedded in the logs. He felt his way cautiously about the room, which was of small dimensions, containing only a single stool, and a cot; the floor was puncheon and the walls of log, heavily plastered with mud. The place offered apparently no opportunity for escape, and Shelby sat down on the edge of the cot discour- He Managed to Scrape Painfully Out of the Hole. might force his body. At that he found no room to spare; but, by venturing it head first, screwing his shoulders through one at a time, and drawing in his breath tightly, he managed to scrape painfully out of the hole, clawing at the rough outside bark for purchase, and finally coming down face first onto the solid parth. At that, he made little noise, but his fiesn smarted, and for a moment he rested where he fell, confused and panting for breath. The night was so black there in the shadow of the great hills, he could scarcely determine directions, yet the girl had pointed toward the right, and, as soon as he could attain his feet, he advanced cautiously that way, with hands held out before him. The path was rocky and uneven, probably leaving little trace of his passage. She touched him before he was even aware of her near presence, and then she was but the dimmest outline, her face indistinguishable through the gloom. "Speak low. senor." she whispered briefly. "Come with me this way." He permitted her to lead him forward over ground sloping upward, but before they had thus advanced fifty yards. Shelby stopped, determined to question her purpose. "Where are you taking me? To Olga?" "No. senor; not now. I must leave you in safety first. Later I brins her to you. Why you ask? You not trust me?" "Yes, I trust you, Pancha ; but Isn't It better that I understand the plan? Then we can work together." She drew In a quick breath impatiently, her fingers clutching at his sleeve. "Dios! this is not time to staud and talk, senor." she hurst forth, "yet listen. If not do otherwise. There is no time left tonight in which to escape. I must be back in the house before Indian Joe wakes, or my brother returns. All I can hope to do is hide you where you not be found. Then we must plan what Isvbest to do." "You know whore shV is?" "Si. &onor: I know; yet eet will not m ne'-Wa- will believe you found that knife, and cut our wav out alone; he will try t follow, an he is like wolf on the trail, lie will not believe you can get away; my brother is great tracker, an they think eet easy to run you down. Me fool them, enor." "But how? they will surely see your footprints." "Mine!" she laughed softly. "Not to ever know them, senor see; eet is man's boot I wear, and scarcely have stepped off solid rock. Now we go to the stream yonder, and then wade up through the water. There will he no trail. Let us not wait, senor." The man followed without a word, touching her with one hand In guidance. They were upon a crest of solid rtpk. worn smooth by the ages, and so advanced unchecked for a hundred feet, until the ridge suddenly terminated at the bank of a narrow stream. A single step, and both were standing In the water, and she had grasped his hand. "Eet is swift, but not deep," she said confidently. "I have waded eet manv a time. We must hurry." He took the bag of provisions and wung it across one shoulder and together they began plowing their way through the downward rush of water, it was tiresome, but they plunged steadily forward, finding the bottom Shelby did not know how far firm. they advanced, nor could he tell, in the darkness, the exact nature of their surroundings. His impression was hat they were penetrating a narrow side ravine, between great overshadowing masses of outcropping stone. hioh intensified the gloom. Every step took them higher above the floor of the Hole, and, at times the stream became a veritable torrent, against which they scarcely could make progress. The girl kept close to the rocks on the right, and struggled forward bravely, never loosening her grasp on his hand. Meeting as he must the stronger sweep of the current, Shelby felt the strain, and was glad when she finally came to a halt "Eet's here," she said, "a few steps more, and I leave you. The greatest danger is my not getting back in time." There was an opening in the solid n rock of the wall, a mere crevice concealed by tangled shrubbery as to be Invisible even in davlight. How she had recognized the spot in that darkness was a mystery ; through the sense of feeling probably, for her hands instantly parted the interlaced branches, and she crept through them with Shelby, on his hands and knees, close behind. They emerged Into a gulch, as though some giant ax of the gods had cleaved the very face of the cliff, a gulch dry, scarcely four feet in width, rock walled on either side, and almost a tunnel because of stunted growth, where dwarf oaks had found some lodgment in cracks and crevices. Pancha stopped, breathing heavily from the exertion of the climb. "You go on alone from here, senor," she Instructed, the words panting between her lips. "There is nothing to do but follow the gulch. A hundred yards and there is an opening at the right, a small cave. You will feel eet witli your hand. You need have no fear tO' enter, and no one can ever find you there. That is where you will wait until I come." Shelby tried in vain to distinguish her outlines; he could only he sure of her presence by the voice. "Do not use any fire," she went on warningly, "or show yourself by daylight They will, seek you, and watch these cliffs. Eet may be several days before I will dare act; you must be patient. When we come I will bring arms, but I didn't dare touch any to- 5v ni lit WWrr?M -4 At as J -- T. vr8j-'Lr.ffl'V A w fwz:iSsinMW ,v&v A-n- t a ft I ii ii Afs t- - .AhJTJ Willie l-Pff- TOBACCO DON'T UNDER ESTIMATE THE DANGER A child can't grow and dnelp properly with its intestines full of WORMS THE HEALTH OF MANTf A "LITTLE ONE By NEGLECT IS PERMANENTLY IMPAIRFD or IGNORANCE DON'T TAKE CHANCE TUT IT OFF UNTIL THE DAMAGE IS DONE, USE A DONT GATTIS WORM Oil THERE IF THEY ARE THEM IT GETS " THEY ARE NOT PTHERE, the treatment is absolutely harmless. For Sale at Drag and Gtnenl Slortt 35c Bottle Mkdfci Gattis Chemical Co. 214 and 216 Woodland 5U NASHVILLE. TENN. lAvv vyL dxMiV jiyWLL. but Business may be down never out. 8 night." Man gets 10 years for shooting senator in the arm. Violence doesn't seem to be the propter - "You will not tell me where my wife is being held?" "What good, senor! You could aid her not at all. There is no great harm CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 , method. Will Hays is out- - gone to the movies. Work has his job. Where there was a Will ther's a Work. ADAIR COUNTY NE tf S BAPTISTS RAISE !30.QQQ.0GG CAS ALL GENERAL WORK STRENGTH- ENED BY 75 MILLION CAM. PAIGN, IT IS SHOWN. U. S. AND CANADA FACECOAL SRIKE Mine Union Official Says Men Will Vote on Walkout for April 1. No Longer Any Reason For Men's Hats $1.50 We have Just Received Beautiful Line Of The Dress Gingham. The New Spring ? 9 WHERE THE MONEY GOES NEXT MOVE UP TO Sums That Have Been Appropriated To Various Objects Set Forth By Headquarters Office At Nashville, Tenn. OWNERS Discouragement. International Board Member Says Operators Refuse to Negotiate Other Than on Their Own Demands. Calgary, Alberta, March G. Canada and the United States face an strike of coal miners to be'-jim April 1. according to a statement issued by Robert Livett, international board member for district No. IS, United Mine Workers of America. followed the breakup of the peace conference between minors and operators. Mr. Livett said that ballots had been sent out to all locals of the United Mine Workers in both Canada and the United States, and that the members were being asked whether or not they desired to give power to the policy committee, appointed at the Indianapolis convention, to call a general strike on April 1 if agreements were not entered into by that date. He added that ballots were to be returned to the various district headquarters by March 15. Mr. Livett would not express an opinion regarding the probable outcome of the vote. Up to Operators. Mr. Livett said the next move was up to the operators. They refused at a meeting here to negotiate other than on their own demands, he asserted. As soon as they are willing to recede from their mandatory position we shall be only too willing to reach an agreement that will be satisfactory to both sides," he explained. "The situation is such that in all probability there will be cessation of operations on April 1 unless the operators alter their attitude in the interval." "Saving Wage" Demanded. New York. March 4. Cheaper anthracite coal for the public, to be made possible by slashing the profits of the mine owner rather than by reducing the laborer's wage, is advocated by the United Mine Workers of America In a statement issued here. "Mine owners freely admit that the cost of coal to the consumer Is too high," declares the statement. "The remedy they suggest, as a preliminary to the opening of new negotiations for a working agreement with the workers, is a reduction In the cost of digging the coal the miners' wage which is placed by the operators at $3.92 a ton." The mine workers indicate that lower labor costs will represent a "hare living wage," whereas they insist upon "a saving wage commensurate with the hazards of the industry." "Coal sells at New York, Philadelphia and in other large cities at prices ranging up to $10 a ton, which represents the operators' own profits, profits of the railroads, profits of the coal sales company, the royalty takers and distributing agents," the statement sets forth. "The operators very skillfully avoid any reference to reductions of a substantial nature In the matter of their own profits," the statement continues. "It is therefore obvious 'that there must be some connection between the operators and all those who handle the coal between the operators and the consumers and, of course, from an interested standpoint, the operators ran see deflation only so far as the miners are concerned and a continuation of the earnings of operators, railroads, sales companies and others." intor-nationn al LOWER. PRICES ON Patterns Are beginning to Come in and We Now Have a Large Farm Implements, Machinery, Wagons, Fertilizers and all Farm Supplies. Take advantage of this Late Reduction to Equip Yourself and Farm to Make Your Land Produce the Latest Style Men's Hats Which We are Assortment Of 9 ? Dainty Cheeks Plaids And Offering To our Attractive Stripes. Call and Make m y Customers At i Dr. in to objectu fostered by the Campaign, it is announced ty the general headquarters office at Nashville. Of this amount $28,799,971.15 came in through the payment of regular Campaign subscriptions and the remaining $1,556,348.26 in special contributions. Regular receipts from the various $1,301,134.76; Ark., $714,683.09; D. of C, $123,280.01; Fla., 111., Ga., $469,753.53; $3,000,174.10; Ky., $3,187,656.15; $298,576.13; La., $807,991.13.; Md., $393,517.46; Miss., $1,243,846.50; Mo., $1,190,754.70; N. M $145,229.97; N. C. $2,211,741.50; Okla,, $840,562.65; S. C, $2,633,840.53; Tenn., $1,797,483.10; Tex., $5,162,658.S5; Va., $3,279,085. More than 250,000 baptisms 75 Million Campaign to January, 1922, a total of $30,356,319.41 had been paid From the beginning or the Baptist E. GUI, Baptist Representative in Europe, on Left, and P. V. Pavloff of All Russian Baptist Union. Mamimum. ONLY $1.50. Your Selections Early. Chevrolet Samson Tractor GREATEST TRACTOR VALU EVER OFFERED states follow: Ala., were reported by churches last year. How Money Was Distributed Seven general objects of the denomination were embraced in the Campaign program, and from the regular Campaign contributions those objects have received the following amounts, according to a compilation by the office: Foreign missions, home missions, state missions in the seventeen states and local work in the District of Columbia, $4,954,813.26; Christian education, $7,192,442.79; Baptist hospitals, $2,004,099.16; orphanages, and Relief and Annuity Board, which ministers to aged dependent ministers and their families, head-quarte$3,562,-600.6- Southern Baptist The Automobile Season for this County Will Soon Be Here. We Offer the Different Chevrolet Models at the following New prices: 400 Touring and Roadster 590 Light Delivery - - F. B. Touring and Roadster $525. 525. 975. TO YOU Now $445 rs The Samson is Noted for the way it Hugs the Ground and Pulls. We will be glad to give 7; Demonstrati ons. WOODSON Dead at Bowling Green LEWIS KENTUCKY. & SON GREENSBURG, $799,126.99. What Money Has Done These funds represent an advance, ranging from 200 to 300 per cent, in the contributions of Southern Baptists to their general missionary, educational and benevolent work, prior to the inauguration of the Campaign, and have enabled the 'boards and other agencies to greatly extend their services in all departments. In addition to sending out more than 180 new missionaries since the Campaign began, and providing many church buildings, mission residences, schools, theological seminaries, publishing houses, hospitals and the like on the older fields the Foreign Mission Board has been enabled to open work in the new Hungary, Jields of Spain, Roumania and Southern Russia in Europe, and Palestine, Syria and Siberia in Asia, and Dr. Everett Gill, for many years a missionary in Italy, but more recently a pastor in Kansas City, has been named special European representative to supervise the greatly expanded work on that continent. Dr. Gill is giving much of his time to distributing Baptist relief funds in Russia and otherwise looking after the interests of the denomination there. Home Work Enlarged Among the outstanding accomplishments of the Home Mission Board are the aiding of more than 1,000 churches with loans and gifts for church buildings, completion of the big tuberculosis sanatorium at El Paso, enlargement of the work in Cuba and the Canal Zone, strengthening of the 37 mountain mission schools and the development of all eleven departments of the work of the Board. In all seventeen states of the Southern Baptist Convention the state mission work has been greatly extended, the number of Baptists hospitals in the South has been increased from eleven to twenty-threall of the older eighteen Baptist orphanages have been aided in material ways and two new ones have been established, while the number of aged dependant ministers and their families has been doubled and the amount of aid given them increased 100 per cent. Collections Are Pushed While the collections so far repr sent a big gain over the contribution of Southern Baptists to their work before the Campaign, the sum collected i Is not all that is due and in all th South an effort is being made to collect as much more as possible by tke 1 close of the Convention year. May ttet none of the work may suffer. Jugo-Slavi- a, e, a TO RESUME CABLE SERVICE German Companies Conclude Arrangements With American Firms, Says Berlin Dispatch. Berlin, March 6. The Berlin newspapers report that the German Atlantic and German South American Telegraph companies had concluded an arrangement with American telegraph companies whereby the German companies will resume cable service. Under the arrangement the German companies are to operate the section from Emden to the Azores and the American companies the section between the Azores and New York. The German companies will be merged and will treble their capital, it is reported. POLAND'S CABINET RESIGNS Ponikowski Ministry Out After Fail. ure of Vilna Negotiations Took Office Sept. 20. Warsaw, Poland. March G. The cabinet of Premier Ponikowski has resigned after Vhir of negotiation with the Viinn delegation on the rext of an act of sin. exation of the region of Vilna to Poland The Ponikowski cabinet took office Sept. 20 last, succeeding the minlstrj headed by Vincent Wiros. Student Ends Life. Annnpolis, Md.. March 6. Despondent because he was deficient In certain studies and fearing that he would not be graduated in June. John Burton Mustln, Jr., of Germantown, Pa., member of the senior class at St. John's college, committed suicide by tration of President Grover He was a former Cleveland. president of the Kentucky Press Bowling Green, Feb., 27 Association, and served as a John B. Gaines, for forty-seve- n and also alternate to the as years a newspaper man, died this morning at his home, 1229 National Democratic Convention, MORAX cSc X.OWE State Street, of a complication representing the third Congress A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfactlon'and following influenza which he ional Gratification are Guaranteed. contracted a month ago, MemThe Slow Pay Crowd. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. bers of his family were present at his death. Retail merchants in many Besides the widow, the survi- places often remark that the peovors are: a daughter, Miss Annie ple who give them the most Norton Gaines; two sons, Clar- trouble in collections are not the ments, and wish that the credit HENRY DEPP ence M. Gaines, managing editor ones who have limited means habit could be cut out, so they of the Park City Daily News and In one town where the railroad would not have to be assessed for DENTIST the losses caused by the slow pay MesWeekly News Democrat track divides the community, Gas Given pop Painless senger, of which his father had those on one side are supposed to crowd. Ashland Independent. Exfcpaefcion of been editor and owner for many have the more wealth. But the Age Limit. years; and Morton B. Gaines, a business men of the place have Teeth. newspaper man of Indianapolis. said they would rather extend Boston, Mass., March 8. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Mr. Gaines was born Septem credit to a family in the section High in the andes Moumtains of ber 30, 1854, near Woodburn, vhre the ordinary fulks live, Peru lives a race that sets an thfs county. He started hib fi,r yn to one in the wealthier dis ajze limit and kilts all who reach paper at Woodburn .before o ATTORNKY-AT-LA-'if the fateful mark, says Dr. Jowas Ui age. uaiei ne pui inj. tV"ple who get in the habit of seph BarcroCt British scientist Office Second Floor, Court House, in RussbllvJ ' newspapers ing money fteely, are often and author, who headed an exWest Side .Adjoining Court Room. Franklin, Paducah, Louitvil,-- ' . ''ieas as to their financial pedition co Peru to study the coicnvtBLA.. xy. d,nt;-and Bowling Green. They must tie solvent effects of high altitudes on the j. He established his first pax?i yo- rhttw money may bo so tied oxygeu content of the blood. here in 1882 and in 1898 and 1900 up hat chjy are short of ready The party passed practically to terminate the career of perowned a paper at Jackson, Tenn. cash. As expectations are fre- all its time at Cerro de Pasco, a sons who live too long. If a person becomes so ill that He returned here where he was quently disappointed, such folks mining town of 10,000 inhabitants, 14,200 feet above the sea a funeral becomes a certainty in active in newspaper work until often get beyond their depth. the near future, a date is chosen his last illness. Peonle of limited means are "In ,each vm?e" .said. Dr- - for it, and if the leading figure I Mr. Gaines was a Democrat apt to figure their expenses and Barcroft, who is delivering a shows a disposition to be Many such series of lectures and was postmaster of Bowling income carefully. .village executioner at Lowell in pay- - stitfae'an official is appointed takes the matter in hand." Green during the first adminis families believe in cash del-aga- te !)K Colun bia Barber Shop Di-tric- t. XXXXXXXXXXXXmxXXXXXXXX W. j W. A. Coffey W ". - . . - un-punct- ual, p 0-dair 4 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS" TUESDAY MCH. 21.1 922. SDBSCRIPTIOXEPRICE: o Kentucky The Kentucky Legislature has and desolated by fire and sword. "From Ireland her sons have quit. Amen. Published On Tuesdays come to America. They have fillbelieved by many that ed every post of honor; and they It is ftt Colam6iat Kentucky- Gov. Morrow will veto the have nothing touched that they l E.MURRELU, have not adorned; and, as an Editor Thompson Tax bill. MRS. DAISY HAM LETT. On the evening of April the American, aB a Democrat, as a t second, at a dinner which will patriot, I take this occasion at A Democratic Newspaper devoted to" the Inthis hour to pay my poor but terest of the city oflColumbia and the People be given in Louisville, in honor f Adair and adjoinincICounties. of Thomas Jefferson, Hon. Jas. humble meed of praise to the brainpan of the world, to the M. Cox, .of Ohio, will be the as second Entered at the Columba' leading speaker. The dinner is to home of poetry, of eloquence, m&U matter. be given by the Woodrow Wil- and of valor to the Emerald son Club. Invitations will be ex- Isle. Gourvty Nevtfs CTiyxoo- - Big, Full Cut, Roomy Post-offi- and Comfortable They'll last longer, wear better and the strong Triple Stitched m tended to a number of prominent Democrats in the State. Cumberland County Oil News. ?1.60 $2.00 side of Kentucky 11 Snb8criptions!are!due antfPayable in Ad- - President Harding has informed his vacation party at Palm Beach Fla., that if Congress goes BY T. EARLE WILLIAMS. We are still bothered by the ANNOUNCEMENTS. TOR JUDGE. COURT OF APPEALS. we are autnorized to announce Judge D. A. McCandless a' candidate for Judge of tliej Courtftof Appeals, Third DiBtrict,subjec3 to; the action of the Democratic party. ahead and passes the soldier's Bonus bill, as now presented, that he will veto it. It is a little difficult for the people living in the sticks to tell just how the President stands on this measure, as conflicting reports come almost daily. We are authorized tojannounce that H. L. James, of Elizauethtown, Hardin county, is a Democraticgcandidate for Ap'pellate Judge in thisjthe Third District, subject to: to remain with likely that Mammouth Cave will be purchased by the government for a national park The No. 3. on the L. D. Potts at this time Under the will be- farm, in Irish bottom is reported queathing the property it was to be drilling but the particulars It is not high water. This is the fourth week in succession that the river has been out of banks. It does not than more begin falling until the heavy rains start another rise, which in several sections stops drilling and in others cut off telephone communication, this situation is very unusual in that during 1920 and 21, the river did not get over the bottoms. fegisreJ yr W TTTf rtr II ratr; vf--- ? NEVER TO RIP Seams are GUARANTEED - ?vw . W . ' -- w4gM? i" vf w f1 1 li ': i . wjfe&.ttu rw l iTf JM l rui m fV7i miAi jjRSlmSSSdJtmm. K.9 Ca f 1 11 tm9 sIititmiji i rH .rp ' 'v 1 HHBT Hi m T T- - wm mrm iiillllilllll liillHliilll M H living. There is one heir living, The Crescent Oil Co's No. 2, TO OUR FRIENDS. Mrs. Augustus F. Rodgers of . on Bear Creek, will be drilled in We take this method of return San Francisco, and she is not Saturday the 18th. ingour sincere thanks to the willing to sell. The McClintoc Oil Co's No.l. many friends of the News who Senator Walter G. Dycus, on the William Ragle farm, on have recently renewed their sub- Democrat from Benton, Marshall Bear creek which recently came scriptions and to those who have county, who on Monday created in as a small well in the upper lately had their names placed the sensation of the 1922 Gen- Sunny Brook, has been drilled to upon our subscription list. We do eral Assembly session by desert- the second Sunnybrook and shot not believe that there iB a county ing his party and voting with They got as nice a sand as has paper published in the State, the Republicans to sustain Gov- ever been seen in this section that can boast of a better paying ernor Morrow's veto ot the blind and are now cleaning out after subscription list, nor one that and illiterate voters' bill, provid- the shot. They have plenty of oil bas more substantial friends. ed a dramatic climax for the It is an evidence that we are closing session last night by ap- in the hole, but its capacity is not yet known. This well is about pleasing the public, and that is pearing suddenly in the Senate two miles from the wells on the Dress Goods Shoes why we are here. There are and realigning himself with the C. C. Smith and Lela Keen some who are yet behind, but Democrats. With his aid the farms and means an important they are being notified and we Notions. Democrats immediately speeded extension of the Bear Creek believe they will respond. Our up work and, by a strict party pool. paper is published on time each vote, overrode the Governor's Lynch, Wick & McKee have! week, and by Thursday morning A SIECXA-X,TY:03S- r veto of the Smith-Mingeneral succeeded in recovering their) it is being read in nearly all the registration measure. The vote tools after a very tedious fishing representative homes of the was 20 to 17. The Democrats job in the No. 1, on the County, thereby furnishing them needed just twenty votes to pass G. W. Coop, Sr., farm, on Sulwith the vehicle that keeps bills over the Governor's veto. phur Creek and are drilling at them posted touching the affairs Senator Dycus was cheered by about 400 feet. of the county. Our letters from Democrats as he cast the nec friends in different States are exS. S. Wilson has returned essary twentieth vote. Hardly ceedingly encouraging and very recovered from the excitement from a business trip to New gratifying. It is no little job to brought about by the return of York City, and expects to receive hunt the news weekly for this Senator Dycus, and the overriding the necessary fishing tools for paper, but we do not tire, and of the registration bill veto, the his well on the G. W. Coop, Sr., every happening that comes to Senate continued fat work and farm within the next few days. our ears.' is published, if it is SEE US BEFORE BUYING took up the $50,000000 road bond Mr. Ed Raydure was here a proper to give it to the public. issue bill. After debate, which few days this week to visit his Since the present editor has extended the session until long well which is drilling at the been in full charge of the colafter midnight. the bond issue bill mouth of Sulphur Creek, on the umns, the paper has done better went down to defeat. Kentucky and Tennessee line. cnan at any time in the past. J. B. Pierce, of Elizabethtown, We have had no disposition to In a speech in the Senate, (Successors to ALBIN MURRAY) offend any reader, and the March the 5th, Senator Augustus Ky., accompanied by B. M. Barr, course we have pursued will be Owsley Stanley twisted the lion's and a Mr. Wood, of New York, kept up in the future. We again tail as it had not been twisted was here a few days this week thank our patrons for their par- in the Senate for a looking over the field. tiality to News, assuring them generation. After stating that he George H. Schroers, of Frankes Mollie and Ruth Morris was hate to see them leave. Several Eggs. that we are indeed grateful. Our did not have a drop of Irish blood lin, Ky., and W. J. Keenan, of well attended. Those present from this place attended the sale Job Department, under Mr. J. C. in his veins and could trace his an- Cincinnati, Ohio, are here lookTaylor County Barred Rock As- were: Misses Annie and Carrie of Mr. I. G. Thomas, of The Strange, is busy from morning cestry back to an unbroken Eng- ing over the field with a view to sociation is selling eggs at $1.00 per Wednesday. Johnson, Eva and Annie Morris, until night. Mr. Strange is lish line for centuries he added: laying a pipe line and purchas- setting of fifteen, $6.00 per hundred. Mayme Davis. Sophia Cowherd Campbells-ville- . known as an artistic job printer, "Why should not Ireland feel an ing oil here. Mr. Keenan is Address the Association, Making friends with a 17 6t and Audrey Farris, Messrs Mont and we are thankful for the antipathy to Great Britain? Were president of the Ohio Refining will help you in a pinch. Biggs, Bingham Russell, Arvin, Coburg. patronage this department is re- I an Irishman as I am an Amer- Co., of his city. Marvin and Bennie Chewning, Home ra'sed girls don't grow ceiving. The very best material ican, of English ancestry.I would Carl Wilson, Owen Davis, Ramon wild. Southern Oil & Refining Co., is kept in stock, and persons swear my first born son, as The health of this community Farris and Lee Biggs. Mr. and M. Glide well farm Men never brag about their did Hannibal to the eter- well on the T. wanting i3 very good at present. cannot help Mrs. C. N. Whitney and son, pay around income tax time. nal hate for Rome, to the abhor- in Brush Creek Field, is drilling The farmers are not getting Clem, and Mrs. J. W. Russell, from being pleased. rence of all that Englishmen say and should be in last of this week much farming done on account The Coburg mill has been out Happiness is not being The next race will be for Con- or do or think as he remembers Carnahan Oil Refining Co., of the recent rains. of repair for a few days, but gress. In the Eighth district it the women they have outraged, added another large still to their There is being a great effort they have gotten straightened up Lots of men who wear old is almost certain that Hon. the babes they had butchered, refinery at CreelBboro, and are for a large tobacco crop, some again, and are grinding again clothes don't owe anybody. , Ralph Gilbert-- the very efficient her sons sent to the stake and the at work on a large barge which are reporting they have plants Mr. and Mrs. Everett Willis When you see heelprints on Representative, wilthave op- - gibbet, her faith dishonored, and is to have a capacity of about up. have moved to Burnside, Ky., the dining room table hubby is jpositioh. & her fields drenched with blood 500 barrels. The card party given by Miss where he is in business. We boss. the heirs as long as to depth and progress are not as any member of the family was known here. I m OUR PRICES RIGHT .i ON m m m Mens Hats, Caps, Clothing, Shoes, Shirts and Underwear HLS0 m m m Ladies and Children's and or WE MAKE FURNITURE m Davenports. Single and Double Beds, Chairs Etc., Rugs, Carpets, Mattresses and Blankets. m Dohoney & Dohoney HiiHiiiiii immmwmmmmm1 Camp-bellsvil- le, i Has-drub- al job-wo- rk HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! they will go. If you are going to need any Shoes this Spring or Summer, now is your Chance to get a Bargain, as I mean to Close Out. Dress Ginghams 15c. Over $4,000 worth of Men's and Boys Shoes to Leveridge, Closed out in 30 Days. My prices have been Cut so er of Mrs. Elmer Blair and Mrs. Lawrence Franklin, and sister of Long: and Mrs. Oscar be Julian 9"9"640"Q"4"frO"Q"6 8 all of this place. Mrs. Lena Hale, wife of Cul-le- n Hale, is dangerously sick at m:. L. Cane SMITH Kentucky. Valley, Mrs, Jamestown, were also here. Mr. C. C. Holt, who is a traveling 3lZ. J. TUCKER, PROP. Formerly of Adair County. salesman for a first class fertilizer company, was here last Thursday, Meals 50c Lodging 50c. to his home, in Russell Springs. Cor. Nain:& Depot Sts. C75M:FBEl-I-SII-Ii- E. KY. He reports that he is doing a good business. Gen. James Garnett, of Louisvulle, who is Vice President of the Bank of Columbia. was'.here last Friday and Saturday, to consult with other DENTIST officers of the institution concerning the rebuilding of the Banking home. en-rou- Campbellsville Hotel Fannie Sexton and Mrs. Stone te K. S. LESTER Kentucky. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Cartwright, who PERSONAL spent two or more months in Florida and in other Southern States, returned home last Monday. They spent a delightful sojourn. The doctor bought a new car befoie leaving for home. Mr. 1). IT. Brown, Louisville, was here a few Jays ago. Strong, husky, baby chicks, full Mr. Jo Taudy, Campbellsville, was stock Plymouth Rocks 10c and up. here a few days ago. Setting eggs 90c a setting. Creelsnoro, was Mr. Claud Buster, Mrs. C. S. Smith, t here last Saturday. Jamestown, Ky. Try our Best GradeJSantos Peaberry Mr. L. L.Eubank has been quite coffee, DOES YOUR sick for several days. Dohoncy SDohoney. Mr. J. C. Mathias, Port Royal, Ky. 21-5- this time with what the doctors call rheumatic fever. Russell county has a system of highways of which we all are indeed very proud. After a few more big rains a ferryboat or will be skiff with mud-graneeded, while an airplane could be used to a good advantage if we just had places to land. R. Paul Grider will leave in a few weeks for Berea, where he will do post graduate work, There seems to be a considerable spirit of improvement in and around Jamestown. A big lot sale is scheduled for the 15th and some have already bought lots to build, while others are contemplating buying. The new school building which is being erected at that place, when completed, will be one of the best of the kind in this section of the State and an ornament to any town or community. bs Spring Opening Thursday, March 16th, we will have our Spring Opening, at which time we will show a Complete Line of Spring and Summer Goods. Ladies Coats, Coat Suits, Ready-to-we- ar Dresses of all kinds, a handsome disOn !& play of Millinery. Ladies Dress Goods and Trimmings. Waists, Muslin Underclothing, Underwear, Hosiery, &c. Everybody is invited to come and look over our stock in all lines. RUSSELL & CO. 4"6"9"6"3"9"9"&8"S"&6"6 Q46Q040$44Q$ was here a few days, ago. Ohio, HOUSEWORK Mr. S. R. Campbell, Ravena, was here a few days since. Mr. Geo. Scientist say a clock runs fastSEEM HARD? er at night; but it only seems WHILES As I have to raise some Cash at once, I have decided to sell my Goods at prices not lately heard of, beginning H. Nell was quite sick Has Your Strength Left You? several days of lasts week. Mr. X. C. Fletcher, New Albany, Glide's PeptoMangan Will was in our midstMast Thursday. Restore It Mr. Geo. Montgomery left for his home, Quanab, Texas, last Wednesday. If you have dyspepsia and headaches, Mr. Robt. H. McCreary, of and feel "all in," .don't take it for was in Columbia last Tuesgranted that there is no relief day. Strength and ambition for your tasks Judge Carter leftf.for his home in will come when you build up your Tompkinsville, last Wednesday weakened blood with Gude's morning. Take it with your meals a Mr. Charles Adams and family, Chifew weeks and see the permanent bencago, 111., were at the Jeffries Hotel a efit. It is just the thing to aid you to few days ago. recover full health. This wonderfully Hon. T. O. Holder was here from efficient form of food iron quickly imFrankfort Thursday night enroute to proves the appetite, adds color to Jamestown. cheeks and lips and imparts strength Mr. Edwin Hurt was over from to the jaded muscles Remember to Monti cello, tojattend the funeral of ask for "Gude's " his brother, Henry. Sold in both liquid and tablet form Prof. A. H. Ballard returned from Advertisement. Tampa, Fla , and other points in the Cwensby. South, last week. Mrs. J. A. Young and Miss Ola WilThere seems to be quite a lot son were in Campbllsville a day or two of last week. of sickness over the county. Mr. Owen Gaines and Mr Henry Leonard. Bernard, salesman Buchanan, of Campbellsville, were for R. J, Smith & Co., of Somertiere a few days ago. Tomp-kinsville, faster. For Sale. A pair of extra good mare coming three years old. 20-- 3t mules Bascom Dohoney. Saturday, March 25, 1922, And Continuing 10 Days. All Calicoes , 1 Health hint: Live so you can dodge any auto in town. Call at Once. We have Stoves kind. and just Will Sell at the Following Prices: 9c 20 Oliver Turning Plows at Oliver, 6 Shovel Riding soiled, at only Cultivators slightly 44.00" 13.00 Best Ginghams Best Percals Big Line Pepto-Manga- n. 1 7c 7c Oc received Yaid Wide Good Domestic -- half-poun- 1 Ranges, Harness Farm Hardware. Implements, Prices right. Davis of all Best Feather Tick all kinds d One and oae I 36c Calicoe Rem- - One Oliver Sulky Turning Plow No. 2 Wash Tubs at only Percale and nants, at only 75c Hardware Co. J Three pound Parcale and Calico Remnants- Five pound Percale Remnans Pepto-Mangan.- Cream Separator ! $1.50 . $2.50 . . Other Dry Goods At Same Low Prices. S-?1.2- j I Men's Good Blue Overalls Men's Good Blue Work Shirts 69c 10 Quarts Galvanized Pails at 6,000 Mile Automobile Tires at following prices: 30x3, only $ 0,00. 30x3 at $11.00. Good Army Cots handy about any home at 1.39 Army New Blankets, while they last 2.69 Army Saddles, new, while they last 6.98 Army Overcoats at 2.98 1 49.00 69c 24c Men's Hats and Caps at Greatly Reduced Prices While They Last. Men's, Ladies and Childnen Shoes and Slippers HHLIzi2 Ustlie WE -- at Army O. D. Wool Coats at Army Cotton Coats at only Best Horse Collars at only Best Breeehings at only Best Harness while they last at only 98c 19c 3.2- - mag prices not lately seen. .. . 7.09 1.19 Do not fail to see the Men's fine Tan and Black Shoes at a special price of calling on our merchants Mr. G. W. Whitlock, of Campbells- set, was ville, was here a few days ago. taking not long since. orders from our grocerymen. Mrs. Mary Ann Williams, one James Montgomery the oldest son of of the oldest ladies of our comMr. and Mrs. Edwin Cravens, has munity and who has been in poor been quite sick for several days nealtn tor some time, remains Mr. W. E. Todd returned from Cincinnati Saturday. He reports, Ray about the same. Will You Give are always glad to talk business with the man or woman with a Missouri $2.98 Men's and Boys Clothing at low prices. See ,em, 9x12 Floor Rugs $6.98 27x54 inch Floor Rugs at only 64c One Lot of Ladies Dress Skirts sold for $4.50 to $7.50, now at only All Patent Medicine at the following low prices $1.25 packages at only 98c $1.00 packages at only 50c packages at only 78c 25c packages at only $1.25 packages of stock food 60c packages of stock food 30c packages of stock food 38c 19c 9Scr 1.98 1 mon Johnson, is doing very well. W. J. Lawless, whose mind Mrs. Daisy Hamlet made a business became weak about 3 or 4 years trip to Louisville last week. She was ago, and who had been confined accompanied by her son, Edward. to his bed for 2 or 3 months, Mr. Geo. S. Card well, a well known died on Feb. 23rd. He was 77 traveling salesman, of Louisville, was years old, a veteran of the Civil at the Jeffries' Hotel a few days since. "Show Me." viewpoint If you own dairy cattle what we can "Show You" in the way of a cream separator is going to intensely interest you. 19 Oliver Chill Turn Plows, slightly soiled while they last at 2:00 39c 1 9c rator is the stingiest proposition The Primrose Cream Sepa- All Other Goods Not Listed will be Priced at Prices to Suit Everybody. Also on Saturday, April 1st, at 2 p. m., I will sell to the highest bidder, at Knif-le- y, Ky., one farm containing 66 acres, about one-ha- lf cleared and balance in small timber. Has small box dwelling house and log barn. Seven acres in clover. This is the farm known as the M. A. Monday farm, aud is good upland Will be sold onehalf Cash, balance on 12 months time with Bankable Note and interest. This to be sold at Knifley, and if you want to buy look over the farm. before the day of sale. War, and is survived by a widJudge W. S. Sinclair was at home ow, 6 married daughters, 3 marfrom New Hope, Jlast Saturday. On ried sons and several grandchilSunday lie and his wife and daughter visited at Pell ton. one dren. Recently Mr. Melvin Rexroat Mrs. I. B. Watson left for Burnside, Ky , a few days ago, to assist in in- and Mrs. Anna Hudson were stalling a bakery which is being put quietly married at the home of in by Watson, Nance and Willis. Ernest Barger, near Jamestown, 4 ; " r by Rev. Thomas, pastor of the Methodist church. The bride is a daughter of Columbus Holt, satisfied wiih his business and the loabout 30 years old, and a widow cation. It's an ill wind that's a draft. with 4 children. The groom is a Mr. J. C. Miller, of Campbellsville, young man about 22 years. points to you if it is not convenient for Any boy knows what is meant was here last Friday, in consultation you to call, 'phone us and we will bring with the officials of the Bank of CoOn the 2nd inst., Mrs. Susan a machine out with us to your hom9 He by the wicked flea. lumbia in regard to putting up the Poison, wife of bam Poison, who new banking building. L. R. CHELF, Agent formerly lived in this community Messrs J. R. White and Harmon dropped dead at her home, near of Adair County. If you Japan ought to be satisfied. White, of Campbellsville, were here Seventy-SiClinton county. are interested write me at She goes to bed while we are to attend the funeral of their brother, getting up. FCnifley, Ky. Mr. J. V White. Two of his sisters, She was 44 years old, the moth- Mr. W. E. Harris, who is now engaged at Indianapolis, is here for a week. He sajs that lie is perfectly x, never on earth with cream wastes a drop. Equipped with two cream outlets instead of one, the cream is never crowded in flowing out. This prevents the breaking of the fat globules, result, smoother butter. The Primrose separator skimc extremely close. The cream is is always of uniform grade sweet, clean and always in first-clacondition. And the warm skim milk is invaluable for calves and pigs. Built strong and simple, with frame open and sanitary, and supply can iarge and low. The Primrose is an ideal machine for the dairy farmer seeking maximum results; There are so many exclusive good features connected with the Primrose separator that we know we can "Show You" where you will profit much by its use. Let us demonstrate its many fine ss "M L--. R. KNI children. Anti-tobac- co CHELF KY. a. " o Alimony won't play with the bups go on the theory that cigarette light- ers won't work. There 's a difference in "Kiss and make up" and "Ki's3 the make-up.- Doctors say a Detroit man who drank mercury by mistake will be up when the weather Father is mother's silent -- The News $1.50 in KY, ' 6 COTINUED FROM PAGE 2 AD4TR COUNTY 'NEWS y f C 7Ae NEW EDISON Xjts II I ""You Go en Alone From Here, Senor." Iwiter." S&e laughed almost scornfully. "Rah! what the difference, senor? Yg not know If I told you. But 'tis m& far away; perhaps by daylight ycca might see eet from up there; a log Jjcitse all alone under the bluff. Yet jae lie hid, senor, and trust all to me." "2 have promised that." "Good, senor; I will go." She drew her hand away," and he t knew she was gone, although no of her figure could be distinShelby swung the bag of guished. provisions again to his shoulder, and began feeling his way blindly forward. He had retained the knife, with wMeh he had effected escape from the cabin, and, although the point of the blsde had been broken, he did not feel calirely unarmed. There was no for him to lose the way, the wabrolcen walls shutting him tightly sk in. so that even the svis invisible, while the path he must follow led almost dizzily upward. It sras boulder-strewand he fell twice yet toiled steadily on, never permit mS his hand to leave the guidance of tbfc wall to the right, and carefully testing the placing of each foot in f3T of some pitfall. He could neither . lodge time nor distance, yet it was losg before light "ame into the sky. &&n he Dually clambered over a rock barrier across the path, and came ioa a shelf of stone, the left wall of rfcls strange cavern abruptly disap pcaring. Fearful of what precipice csigM yawn there. a soon as he again f attained his feet Shelby flattened against the one rock front remaining, scarcely daring to venture for Inch or so at a warI more than time. A few feet brought him to the move-HDHiliry cowing to lier yet. Sacrista ! why you wwry nbont her? I bring her with rxs; did I not promise?" Tes, r trust you, Pancha," he said wTjmily, "and will do just what you sty. But but, don't you understand? if 3 knew where she was I would feel a or wneii your ph no seraph was playing says John C.Freund O you want to hear the phonograph which earned this remark able tribute from the dean of American music? Come into our store. Ask to hear the Official Laboratory Model. John C. Freund has devoted his life to the betterment of American music. He is Editor of Musical America and President of the Musical Alliance of America. On October 16th, Mr. Freund attended Prihoda's New York recital. ' After the recital, the comparison test shown above was made. Mr. Freund (seated right) was one of the listeners. His colleagues were Victor S. Flechter, violin expert, and Arnold Volpe, well known violinist conductor. This letter to Mr. Edison is the result. Read it. Let the fall import of Mr. Freund's words sink in. This miracle which people refuse to believe until their ears convince them is now attested by John C. Freund: There is no difference between living music by the New Edison. and its And this means: The New Edison brings the greatest vocal and instrumental performances, because, no other phonograph sustains the test of direct comparison with living artists. Comparison proves it. Compare Icould not tell when Prihoda A D Comparison yozt must he sure to make Listen to the best of the talking-machiviolinists on any ordinary phonograph or talking-machinThen listen to Prihoda on the New Edison. You'll find Prihoda sounds far greater. Why Not that Prihoda so far outshines every violinist appearing in concert today. Simpry that the New Edison is the only phonograph whose reproductions of music are perfect enough to sustain the test of direct comparison. ne e. star-decke- d n, The NhscAL Amerxa Company 501 riTTH AVEMC TXU3T l TORT ASTCR BULCtC OTFtCC PflCStDCMI Or T AMO COlTOn Re-Creati- on oveoiwr 21, 1931. Kr. Thomas Orasfe, ft- -J. A. Edison, 1 Poor Hr. 3d 1 son: hini-ssl- TCJTTriY not hare, in your home, a phonograph: as perfect as that used m the Prihoda. test? " We have its exact counterpart We guarantee it to be capable of the saroe perfect 1 that feeling that I had and toll of life Into U th sorts of tbe aasters prodsee. I ceos amAt froa the Prihoda reoltal with been tkea cat of tha noil spiritual - rtlcb only rendered; bv a geaias can - caTe's mouth, a mere hole, scarcely wWe or high enough to receive his &t3y. He explored the black interior o the length of his arms, finding it l&rger within than at the entrance. She iasisted there was no danger, and tif? silence seemed to prove the place ci'swained no inhabitant Doubtless the open shelf of rock would be to view from the valley below with the first flush of day. To avoid 3feeovery he must creep In out of ex-56m- reaSem. Despite the fact that this phonograph cost Mr. Edison three imEon dollars to develop, 7 j you can pc rt m your home foe $ . . . . (fill m yonr own first payment,) Yes, just take a spare bfll or two, come in, and make poor nMcMdcgosit All we ask" is tkat the amount be sufficient to indicate good faith. The babsce yoa may badger snyl way you wish. Why not come in this week? The anrash, and flashed into his mind, as though swer some voice had spoken It was love He knew it instant- - at Olga Carlyn! !y; made no further effort to deceive t blmself. Joying there in that black - cCeiice, staring blindly upward, he saw the- woman again as plainly as though in the flesh saw her, and knew that be loved her. Her eyes smiled at him, - with such wlstfulness In their depths; exi there was nothing sullen about her any longer; she was all wom-pression aa, and he loved her. He covered his eyes with an arm, n rolled over. God I wasn't there anything he could do but wait? He 30 bull-heade-- "Chis was accomplished without dif-- ' ftrnlty, the floor heiifg fairly level, and Voe roof rising so that he could almost sland erect. Shelby explored every iAch of the space, knife in hand, and itot entirely satisfied until the task uas completed. It was only a box of la place, less than fifteen feet long, tad perhaps half as wide, narrowing .at the top, as though in some great cataclysm of past ages two masses of svek had been hurled together, leaving Si's little jog between. It was hot in tftere, and Shelby, dragging after him removed his a&e bag of provisions, coat. A few moments later he rolled SJ Into the form of a pillow, and lay down, staring up at the black vault He could think now, recall all that &acT occurred so swiftly, and weave jfliis and that together. He had acted "recklessly; there was no doubt of that No one but a blind fool would have ever ventured alone into this place to free a prisoner. He should iave ridden to Ponca. and called upon bis friends for help; perhaps he might ven have been able to obtain the (services of a troop of cavalrymen from ihe fort down below the major knew iim and would believe his story. Why iadn't he done this? Why had he been HERBERT TKYLOR COLUMBIK, KY, Who won Mr. Edison's $10,000? Come in felt wild to act; to accomplish something; to strike some definite blow in her behalf. Ills wife! She was his wife Olga Carlyn ! It meant much to him now. How deathly still it was; how terribly dark. He felt hot and stifled there in the cave, yet did not move, or change his position, and so he finally fell asleep. TO BE CONTINUED Th3! the recital was over, I was present at In which Prihoda's aotoal playing ass a tone-te- st by Uve Edison Phonograph. eaaparad with lt that I could not tell when I was astoended to find when year phonograph was playlnj. Prihoda ku plajiag or As one ho has watched the gradual evolution of the repTodaction of nnsie, vocal and lnstrcaental, yoa ends, let ao ccapllaent that on the progress you haveetlli yon say be inspired to aad. add the hope greater acccBolishauat in a work which aeons so each for tbe bapelsesa of oaalclnd. Very truly yours. rr7Z' JCTJS Y3--et and get folditr announcing prize-winne- rs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. There are some men in Congress who are conscientious in Lester Martin. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morris their stand for the soldier bonus. spent Snnday with Mr. and Mrs. They are relatively few. The New York Herald respects them, Everette Willis. Misses Eva, Annie, Mollie and as it always respects men who Ruth Morris and Audrey Farris stand for and fight for the thing spent Sunday with Annie and they believe in. The sickening fact about this bonus legislation Carrie Johnson. Several from this place at- is that an overwhelming percentage of the men in Congress tended the revival at Canevalley, openly for the bonus are secretly which recently closed. opposed to the bonus. In private Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Whitney convesatiou they declare them gave the young people a party, selves against it; in public utter last Thursday night, but it was they declare themselves so rainy that the crowd was ances for it. One Congressman recentvery small. Coburg checker players are ly went so far as to say that, if a poll of congress were taken beprogressing nicely. closed doors, it would show Miss Mayme Davis spent hind Tuesbay night with her sister, more than 80 percent of Congress was against the bonus. Mrs. Sallie Smith Pressed as to his own stand, he Congress and The Bonus. was emphatically opposed to tbe bonus, but if the matter were The New York Herald says put to a vote he would vote for editorially: it. W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE InTernational Made-fo-Measu- re Clothes. COLUMBIA, Second Floor, Feffri.s Building. - - KT5T. Coburg. We are having some pretty bright days at present. Frank Hescarap, of L.W.T.S., was the week end guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. B.H. carap. Mrs. Mat Grider who has been very sick all winter, is much im proved, and can go about the Hes- RED CLOVER ALFALFA ALSIKE TIMOTHY BLUE GRASS R E D T O Sow Poor Seeds VIiy takes just as much work to when it sow o B s Y E A N P them as good seeds? o R C house. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. Morris and sonB, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Farris and f am-ilMr. and Mrs. F. M. Hubbard H A R D G S Sow Brents Premium Seeds They are the BEST They SAVE you work Are CHEAPER in the end. Your HOME MERCHANT will supply you The C. S. Brent Seed Co. Incorporated S w p E A S o c A R A S y. Ask for Catalogue. Lexington, Ky. SEED OATS CANE GARDEN SEED POTATOES ONION SETS iy..f.Wl, ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE fi IS YOUR HEALTH .51 IS BV ent that Harding was to be elect- that there are 4,931,905 people ed the Wall Street district has in this country who cannot read flooded Congress with letters and or write. arguments of every sort, directly Many English educators are and through the great New York strongly opposed to athletics for newspapers, under control of the girls, claiming that it incapac-ite- s Business seeks, through Harding's recent action, to bring the sales-tainto use first on the plea that it is necessary to pay the bonus that for the entering wedge. Their hope and intention is that it shall be made, within a few years to take the pla.e of all income and corgoration taxes. This has been expressed in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Tribune repeatedly. The Shipping board is paying $9,000 per year to Mathew B. Claussen as advertising manager. This is the same man, who had charge of the advertising propaganda for Germany after the war began in Europe, the friend of Captain Boy-ed- , Dr. Albert and Von Bernstoff. Great pity the man who sunk the Lusitania can't be found, the President might find a fat job for him. x -- Interesting Experience of a Texas lady Who Declares That if Mere financial interests, urging the them for motherhood. A sales-tax- . Big campaign has beed started to ' enactment or a Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Much Sickness and Worry. Navasola, Texas. Mrs. V. M. Peden, of this place, relates the following interesting account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the world, and when you feel that gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That is what 1 did some time ago when I found myself in a condition of very nervous, health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feel so weak I would have to set it down before I felt like I could Hit it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost impossible to accomplish. "I was . . . nervous and easily upset. run-do- circulate these ideas. A "Purity League" has been Sn The State HHWAWiiwwjHaBByaMaflamflH 4&fSf J$ Out Of The State II' n! couldn't rest well at night and was . . . just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after readmy I decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it. . . "In a very short while after I began the Cardui Home Treatment I saw an improvement and it wasn't long until I was all right good appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my house work. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladly do so, for if more women knew, it would save a great deal of worry and sickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands of other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince yot: that it is worth trying. All drusgists sell it. I 1.73 WASHINGTON LETTER. (by vallace dassford) Courier-Journ- al The Times Or Post AND THE NEWS ONE YEAR FOR S6.00 The Above Proposition for the Louisville Papers Does not Apply to those Living in the Corporate Limits of Columbia. DEHLER BROTHERS GO., 1 16 Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 LOUISVILLE, KY. Roofing, Fencing, Hard- ware, Contractors Supplies, Asohalt, Shiholes. . Advertise in The News if you wish to sell or buy. h Congress is The just completing the first year of What the World is Doing to Adof its term. It has but twelve vance Learning. more months of existence; if its latter half leaves no better imMoonlight schools are now ten 1922. pression on the country than its fifty girl students of Paris years old. first, then certain it is that it A Carnegie Library for ne- National school for Decorative will go down in history as one of groes is to be found in Atlanta, Arts refused to attend school if disthe bier disappointments, a vacancy that had just occurred ' Georgia. heartening to its closest friends by r Of 1,000,000 college graduates, in the faculty was filled and even to its own membership. approximately 5,768 achieve dis- woman. The authorities were Few, if any, attempt to defend a forced to appoint a man to the tinction. congress that has become the Yale University has planned professorship. butt of the jokesmiths on the Mrs. Mary T. Watts, of Audto spend more than $15,000,000 stage and in the funny papers. on new construction work in the ubon, Iowa, is enrolled at the Its efforts, if they can be called University of Kansas for special coming year. such, to relieve the distress of years There are 171 colleges and uni- studies. Mrs. Watts is 58 the country might become tragic being; versities in the United States old, and is credited with if it were not for the saving and Canada offering courses in the organizer of the "better sense of humor possessed by the babies" movement which is Journalism. Everyone American people. known throughout the United Twenty-seve- n percent of the laughs when Abe Martin says states. freshmen at Princeton are paythat business is picking up, he The College of the City of ing part, or all of their expenquotes the proprietor of the five New York has 11,500 pupils atses through college. and ten cent store as saying he tending evening sessions. It is in has sold more checker-board- s Dallas, Texas, i3 feeding 20, possible for a student to go the last year than during all of 000 school children for a few to business, by day and continue And Wilson's administration. cents a day at a profit. Chicken his schooling by night, going the Washington theatre rings stew costs only five cents. through elementary grades, high with applause when Will Rogers The metropolitan district of school and college courses. the comedian, tells of the recent New York contributes more puA group of men, internationalS-l- y fire on the roof of the Treasury, be extravagant in his own- per- - pils to private schools than any known as educational and how it stopped when it had burnsonel relations with the Govern- other region in America. commercial leaders, are plan ed down to where the money telephonPrussian universities show a ment. ning a national university m was, for the administration had large increase in women stu- Washington, D. C, where men ing is his main long suit " beaten the fire to it. Every test The bonus question, like the dents since the World war. Med- and women will be trained for of public opinion shows that concoffin of Mohammed, remains icine appears to be the popular foreign service.including all phagress has made itself intensly suspended between heaven and course of study. ses of international relations and. unpopular. If anyone had proph earth. When Harding asked Approximately 250 Chinese trade. esied this outcome when Harding Congress to adopt bonus Legis- students are enrolled in school in and the big Republican majority A Modern 23rd Psalm. lation and to provide a sales-ta- x England, as compared with in Congress came to bat a year to pay the bill, he knew the Ag- more than 2,000 in American A parody on the 23rd psalm, ago he would have been laughed ricultural Conference which had colleges and universities. first printed in Richmond, Va. at, but the public has been treatjust been held in Washington Japan two sets of charac- Times Dispatch, has been sent In ed to a succession of delays and passed a resolution saying: "We ters are printed side by side, one The News. It is as follows: party splits on important mat positively and earnestly protest script for the educated people, "Harding is my shepherd ancT. ters with increasing bewilderagainst any consumption or sales and the other set, easily read, I am in want. He maketh me to ment and helplessness. Every or manufacturers' tax, or any for the uneducated. lie down on park hcr.ches, h& Repupblican in Congress seems other tax which shifts the burChildren of Africa are said to leadeth me beside the soup to' be a party unto himself, with den onto those least able to pay, display great enthusiasm for house. He restoreth my doubt the exception of a few clearonto the necessities of life. It learning, and expulsion from in the Republican party. He headed men like Jim Mann, who has proved disappointing finan- school is to them the greatest leadeth me in the paths of demight bring some order out of cially and unjust socially wher- punishment possible. struction for his party's sake. . this chaos had his ungrateful i i ever tried. t rrt mat resolution Marshal Foch. the great Yea, though I walk through the party given him the place he had passed unanimously in a farm French army leader, with the shadow of the valley of starvawon, the Speakership, but it conference which Harding called, receipt of no fewer than 50 de- tion, I do fear evil, for thou art went to one who admits his utter then within less than three grees from American univer- against me, thy politicians ar.d inability and that of his party. weeks he asked Congress to pass sities, has broken all L L. D. profiteers they frighten sse. And yet, every cloud is said to sales-tax- . Why? Two reasons: a Thou preparest a reduction in records. have its silver lining, and we can he knew the Farm Bloc was Dr. Richard C. Cabot, of the salaries before me in the presreflect with joy that this Con againgt the tax and that Labor Harvard Medical school, says he ence of mine enemies, thou gress has only twelve months on record was emphatically has never seen any harm come anointest my income with taxes; more to live. against it, and he could tell the Still fiddling with the tariff, American Legion he was for the from telling the truth in the My expenses runneth over my intreatment of diseases, as well as come. Surely unemployment and ' the two committees in charge of bonus but that he was blocked the diagnosis. poverty will follow me all the of such Legislation in House and evby this opposition; further, At the illiteracy conference of days of the Republican AdminSenate send acrimonious m'essag-e- s ' back and fourth to each other eryone about the Capitol knows the Eastern states, recently in istration and I will dwell in a it was estimated rented house forever." twiddles its that ever since it became apar- - New York-citwhile- - business Sixty-Sevent-- thumbs and waits and waits, not even being able to guess what to do in the circumstances. The store shelves remain unfilled, the factories idle and the ships motionless. These committees, not satisfied with quarreling from one end of the Capitol to the other, have equally bitter quarrels among themselves. And at the White House it is not different. The President and the National Chairman, Adams, have been at daggers' points for weeks over the appointment of a successor to Postmaster General Hays, the filling of the vacancy as Secretary of the National Committee, and patronage generally. Speaking of Hays recalls what Mann said of him in the House His remarks the other day. make one wonder what sort of bargain the Movie Trust got when it agreed to pay Hays $150, 000, per year as a sort of Field Mann said in the Marshal. course of a debate: "He has not piece been worth a since he has been Postmaster General. He does not know anything abont the Post Office De partment; and, for one, I am mighty glad he is getting out of it. His only object has been to five-cent formed at the University of New York, whose members pledge themselves to refrain from kia ing girls, gambling, smoking, drinking and profanity. The sum of $20,000 has been criven by women of Washington, D. C, in answer to the appeal for funds for the support of eol leges for women in the capitate of Japan, China and India. Miss Adelaide D. Simpson, graduate of Bryn Mawr coilefc and Columbia University, has just been appointed dean of women at the University of Virginia. She is the first woman admitted to the faculty. Boy orators from schools throughout New York State ar to compete in contests arranged by Columbia University to determine the choice cf entrants for a oublic contest to be held in Earl Hall, Columbia, in January, . - Long-distan- ce -- . . y, for all injuries and damages to per- - pipes and connections through which 'cnnc nr nrnnorfv rrvnclnnpf1 hi? nanh to transport, distribute and vend natof care in opening or keeping open, ural and artificial gas, for public and AN ORDINANCE to sell a Franclosing or repairing, or in any other private uses, for a period of twenty chise or privilege to construct, lay, manner unnecessarily or carelessly years, upon the terms and conditions maintain, operate, repair and reobstructing said streets, avenues, al- by said ordinance prescribed. move mains, pipes and connections or public grounds for the Given under my hand this 17th day dis leys, lanes --Jor the purposed transporting, purpose aroresaid. of March, 1922. tributing and vending natural and SECTION 3 All mains, pipes and L. B. Hurt, artificial gas for public and private appliances shall be so constructed, Commissioner. use, along, over, under and across laid, placed and maintained as not in the public streets avenues, lanes, any manner to COMMISSIONER'S SALE. interfere with the alleys and Public Grounds in the drainage of the Town, or with undertown of Columbia, in the County of ground fixtures for the conveyance of ADAIIl CIRCUIT COURT .Adair, State of Kentucky, for a OP KENTUCKY water; and the right is reserved for your house, see When you re-ro- of period of twenty years. ) the Town, by its Engineer or other Etlie E. Curry &c Pltff roof is snug and and fire-pro- of The Board of Trustees of the Town wise, to designate at what distance Mary E. Hudson &c ) ef Columbia, in the County of Adair, if possible. Many bad fires on from the curh line the mains, pipes By virture of a Judgment and Order State of Kentucky, do ordain as foland appliances shall be placed: and of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renroof, Guard them. lows: the mains and pipes, or such portions dered atthe March Term,thereof, 1922, That the right, and privilege to use Carry sound fire Insurance to protect thereof as may be designated by or in the above cause, I shall proceed to the oublic streets, avenues, lanes, al on behalf of the Town, shall be bur- offer for sale at the Court-hous- e yourself door financial loss, and never leys and public grounds within the ied; and all work shall be subject to in Columbia, Kv , to the highest t your corporate limits of the Town of Coforget service to yourapproval of the Engiueer or other Public Auction, on Monday the construct-'log- , the lumbia for ttie purpose of self ahd community lies in helping duly constituted authorites of the 3rd day of April 1922, at One o'clock, laying, maintaining, operating, Town. cause of fire prevention. Insure in p. m., or thereabout (being County repairing and removing mains, pipes SECTION 4. The purchaser and Court,) upon a credit of six months Agency. and connections through which to his associates, successors or assigns, as the following described property, to- I ransport, distribute and vend natua condition of the exercise of the wit: A certain tract of land lying in ral and artificial gas for the period of powAdair county, Kentucky, and contwenty years, be duly advertised for franchise, rights, privileges ahd ers granted herein, or any of them, taining about 131 acres. Said tract .of sale publicly to the highest and best shall furnish for public and private land adjoins the dower allotted to bidder, the Town reserving the right use to the Town and its inhabitants Mary E Hudson, aud the lands of B. " " 'A ) j to reject any and all bids; but the such natural or artificial gas, for fuel 0. Rooks. Rachel Roberts, J. H. Spontaneous combustion has started right and privilege granted shall not and light, at reasonable prices and Karnes aud J E, Campbell. For combB exclusive for any part of such permany serious fires. Prevent common rates, which shall be subject to reg- plete description reference is made to iod of time The sale shall be made a little care on your cause of loss. ulation by the Eailroad Commission the pleadings, judgment and order of Jot cash in hand at the date of the is needed. is all or other legally constituted state au- sale. For the purchase price, the sale, but- the amount paid shall be rethority of competent jurisdiction. purchaser, with approved surety or turned to the successful bidder, in Don't allow oily rags and waste to remain SECTION 5 The purchaser and securities, must execute Bond, bearcase the sale is not confirmed and the on your premises. Above all. throw his associates, successors and assigns, ing legal interest from the day of sale franchise granted by the Board of shall have the right to make reason- until paid, and having the force and them into piles or boxes and forget them. Trustees, and the sale shall be subject able rules and regulations governing effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be by the or rejection .& ratification agency for sound insurance Come to terms and conditions on which prepared to comply promptly with Board of Trustees. The sale of the the and advice. they will furnish gas to consumers or these terms. franchise herein contemplated shall will cease to furnish the same, and W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner Only reliable insurance can be obtained be made by L. B. Hurt, who is hereby may require the consumers to subA C. C. here. commissioned to duly advertise said scribe thereto. .right and privilege for sale in the Gadberry. SECTION 6. Should the purchas Adair County News, a newspaper now er, his associates, successors or as.published in the Town, for two consigns, fail or neglect to exercise the The health of this community secutive weeks next before the 3rd day franchise, rights and privileges herein is very good at present. of April, 1922, on which day, between granted on or before the 3rd day of rNSURJSTCE OIT ALL KIISTDS The hours of twelve o'clock noon and James Gadberry and Oscar April, 1923, or thereafter cease to furtwo o'clock p m., he shall, at the Phone 49. Columbia, Kentucky. nish natural or artificial gas to the Bradshaw swapped horses. in the front door of the Court-housTown or its inhabitants, this grant or Miss Dorothy Bennett of Mont-pelie- r, Town of Columbia, offer at public out-erONLY RELIABLE INSURANCE CKN BE OBTAINED HERE. is visiting her grandto the highest and best bidder, for franchise and all rights and privileges hereunder shall thereupon terminate sash in hand, the franchise, right and . Mr. Edd Benuett. and be wholly at an end, save only the father, privilege hereinabove directed to be Mrs. Nannie Morrison is right right and privilege of removing with advertised and Offered for sale, upon in a reasonable time any and all sick at present. Sfce terms and conditions hereinafter mains, pipes and other appliances Miss Ida Gadberry was visitspecifically set forth, and shall submit Born, to the wife of Hardin that may have been placed, construct- ing Mrs. Fannie Johnson Thursliis report thereof in writing to the ed or laid under authority hereof. Harmon, a daughter. .Beard of Trustees. day. SECTION 7. Tho franchise, rights The terms and conditions of the Mr. Creed Harmon has been Mrs. Nora Bennett was visitand privileges granted to the 'franchise, right and privilege so to be his associates, successors and ing Mrs. Edd Bennett Wednes- on the sick list for some time, advertised and offered for sale, and to but is improving. assigns, shall nob be exclusive for the day and Thursday. be granted in the event the sale thereHaving resumed operations, since our recent burn-ou- t, we or any part of said period of J. 0. Wolford, sold a nice cow of is ratified by the Board of Trustees, whole wish to announce that calls for Kerosine. We have had several Miss Mary Lucy Aaron, of twenty years; but if the Town within to Mike Dean for fifty dollars. 'Shall be as follows: system, and for this reason we are going to install, a Jamestown, was visiiting her SECTION 1. The purchaser and the term of this franchise shall grant market until we get this we will not put any Kerosine on the a franchise to any other person or sister, Mrs. Pearl Gadberry, Milford.Texas iiis associates, successors and assigns system installed. persons for the same purpose, in whole Monday. shall have the franchise, privilege, For the present we have both high and low gravity Gasright and power to open the streets, or in part, or permit the laying of Mrs. Birdie Darnell was visitMarch 13, 1922 oline on the market, and we invite your attention to our motto of .venues, alleys, lanes and public mains or lines for the purpose of ing Mrs. Hallie McCIister, Tues- Editor News: PATRONIZING HOME INDUSTRY. grounds within the town limits, and transporting gas in or upon any of the day. system installed and Will you please allow space for As soon as we get this streets, avenues, alleys, lanes or pub.So introduce, construct, lay, maintain, go to turning out an A-- 1 Kerosine, you will be notified through lic grounds of the Town for use or Mrs. Eva Gadb'erry was visit- a few lines, as we havn't written -- operate, repair and remove mains and the columns this paper. 9ipes, with street boxes, valves, sale within the limits of the Town, ing Mrs. Mary Gadberry, Wed- for some time. Corn planting is the order of the day now. Peo.gauges, regulators, meters and house the purchaser of this franchise, his nesday. Co sssociates, successors or assigns, may, and other connections, along, over, Mr. J. L. Darnell was visiting ple have just about gotten their C. J. Davidson, Mgr. under, across, in and upon, said at their option, cease further to exerland all up. It has been real cise the franchise, rights and privi- Mr. R. T. Gadberry, Tuesday. Creelsboro, Kentucky. streets, avenues, alleys, lanes and publeges herein granted or to furnish gas is on the cold this spring, but we have Mrs. Lizzie Frankum lic grounds, necessary or convenient had only one snow this winter. - thoeunder, Bick list this week. jor the purpose of conveying, transThis ordinance shall be in full force We will have about 190 acres in - porting, distributing and vending natMr. Frank Gadberry bought a cotten. There is lots of election ural and artificial gas, or either of and effect from and after its passage and publication in the manner pro- mule from Sam Burdette for $65. iham, for public and private uses, talk in this country, and if a man vided by lav. during the term of twenty years from is a Republican, he had better Sano NeWs. Bruce Moutgomtry and after the date of sale, under the keep it to himself, for the KIu restrictions and subject to the pro- Chairman Board ol Trustees of the Klux would whip him before the Town of Columbia. visions hereinafter contained. Health of this section is not sun went down. There will be SECTION 2 All excavations made Attest: very good. There are several a sure enough land slide in 1924. J. G. Eubank, j. by the purchaser, his associates, suc-Town Clerk, Town of Columbia. cases of flu. The Republican party will go so t cessort or assigns, for the introduction maintenance, repair or removal of Uncle Solomon Bunch and far that they won't get back any NOTICE OP SALE. such mains, pipes and appliances shall y family, have moved to our neigh- more. We attended an be made with the least practicable in- singing at Midway, Hill County, The undersigned Commissioner, ap- borhood recently. convenience to the public or individpointed by an ordinance of the Town On last Sunday Rev. Jim Bur- last Sunday, and met several of uals and with all reasonable dispatch, of Columbia, in the County of Adair, and shall be properly protected at pronounced the ceremony, the Kentucky boys, and they are State of Kentucky, passed on the 13th ton all in good health and getting sight to avoid danger; and all damage day of March, 1922, will, by virtue of which caused two hearts to beat to streets, sidewalks or other public is a big oil exthe authority of said ordinance, on as one. The contracting parties along fine. There property by such excavations shall be the 3rd day of April, 1922, between being Mr. Claude Hadley and citement in this community. repaired by the purchaser, his assocl-- . the hours of twelve o'clock noon and Miss Clara Brockman, both of They have several derricks up ates, successors or assigns, at their two o'clock, p. m., at the front door ready for drilling, and if they v own proper cost and without unnec-- . of the Court House, in said Town of this section. We wish for them -- sssary delay. strike oil, it will bring lots of And if they shall fail or happiness. Columbia, offer for sale at public out much work for men in this section of .neglect to remove all obstructions cry to and best bidder, for There is so much rain that the cca'used by them or shall fail to make country. Will close, hoping cash in hand, the franchise, right and farmers are behind with their the ,. .the necessary repairs, within a reason-- i to have a letter from Grady-vill- e privilege to use the public streets, avthe Town may, after reason-- . enues, lanes, alleys and public grounds work. able time, every week. Please find remove or repair the same within the corporate limits of the able notice, Mr. Ethel Barnes sold his check, for which send us the paparties; and the Town of Columbia for the purpose of farm to J. W. Hadley, and he per for another yesfr. Yours tru.atthe cost K. R. CHELF, Agent, of Adair County. purchaser and his associates, succes--'Sor- s is going to leave for Cincinnati, ly. Knifley. Kentucky If you are Interested, write me repairing and removing mains, Ohio, in a few days. and assigns shall be responsible Wheeler Brthers. I ADAIR Sale of franchise. COUNTY NEWS. INSURE WITH MEN MHO KNOW A Poor Roof Causes Fires the tight, that the start -- against against bid-der.a- that greatest the this Carelessness Causes Fires. this part - that Just don't this -- Reed Brothers e, y -- 4M3Mae 404ee pur-Chas- NOTICE: 4 The Carnahan Oil Refining 4 494i"Q"9"S""& CREKM SEPKRKTOR fzp all-da- . the-highe- of-sai- d at