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The Adair County news: April 4, 1922 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1922 ada1922040401_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: April 4, 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. JVfcafr VOLUME XXY Cmmhj Stents COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY APRIL. 4, 1922. STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST Adair County News, 24, 1912, of published weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Apr 1, 1922, 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, and business manager are: NAME OF P. O. ADDRESS NUMBER 24 MOONSHINE One Man Killed RAID. Ithe musical recital Glenn Ellison and Miss Alta Hill Remove to Liberty. ' Fell Dead. A message from Greensburg, received late Friday afternoon, stated that Mrs. Curt Stephens had suddenly died in that city The husband of the deceased is a son of Mr. C. C. Stephens, this place. This death was a shock to the residents of Greensburg, as Mrs. Stephens was a very estimable woman. The interment was Saturday afternoon. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS BOSS GWINE ROUN BOUT HE TALKIN' and Twe Wounded. Near Pickett's Chapel, Adair County. TWENTY-FIY- Delight All Columbia. One of the most unique and thoroughly pleasing Recitals ever givan in Columbia was presented on Wednesday, March 29 at the High School Gymnasium by Mr. Glenn Ellison and Miss Alta Hill. The Recital was an artistic success in every respect, and Mr. Herbert Taylor is to be congratulated for securing these capable and charming artists for an appearance here. When Mr. Ellison appeared on the stage and stated that he would sing in voice and unison with his that the audience would not be able to tell the difference between Recreated and living voice, many persons were skeptical. Attempt to match that glorious voice with a device of mere wood and metal. Impossible! The skeptics were soon convinced, however, for, in Mr. Ellison's initial number on the program, his lips ceased to move, but his song went on. Slowly it dawned on the mystified audience that Mr. Ellison was no longer singing, though his voice came forth as clear and sweet as before. Again, he sang, but the audience only knew it was the living Ellison by the motion of his lips. It seemed as if there were singers, two artists on the stage-twbut only one voice. The tones em anating from the New Edison were identical with those of the living ar tist, and it was impossible to detect any difference. The instrument produced not an echo or copy, but the real thing, Ellison's voice, untainted by any mechanical transformation, unspoiled by any metallic ring. After the applause which followed this "miracle" exhibition, Miss Alta Hill shared (he stage with her fellow musician, the New Edison. She playof ed in unison with the her arc. Only by watching her could one know when the living artist was being heard alone and when the music came in double measure. The Recreation was absolutely identical with the original in every particular. Further numbers in which Mr. Elli son and Miss Hill performed with themselves impressed the conviction of one's inability to distinguish beart and its origtween the inal. d o Re-CreatiRe-Creat- JES' EECHIN' T' STAHT A 6YAH&EN -- EECHIN' -- YASSIM, AH KNOWS SUMPN BOUT PAT- -- HE DOOES DE EN ! AH ABOUT E SHOTS FIRED. uc o rvr I v- -i . r DOOES -r Last Thursday morning Sheriff Geo. Jfeffey, Deputy Sheriffs S. F. Coffey and Frank Winfrey, and deputy Jailer Elmer Miller, left here for the Pickett Chapel neighborhood, having been notified that a still was in operation in that locality. When they reached the place where the still was supposed to be located, they dismounted and hitched their horses, and commenced a care-fsurvey of the premises. In a short time they discovered the still and three men standing about it, and one man was off to himself, on a hill. He was believed to be the lookout. The officers said tq, the three men, "boys, we have you covered, give up and you shall not be hurt." Just at this time a shot came, it is believed from the man on the hill, and another shot from a different direction. The officers believing that they were in eminent danger, opened fire and perhaps twenty-fiv- e shots were fired. smoke had cleared up, it When the was discovered that one man, said to be named Van Ardsdale, a of Crit Pickett, was found dead, Teddy Morrison shot in the leg and it is supposed that it was broken, and it is also reported that a boy named Pickett was shot and badly wounded. After cutting the still and worm to pieces, and emptying nine hundred gallons of beer, the officers started on their return to Columbia, and upon ul son-in-la- w Davidson, who have been residents of Columbia for a number of years, the former' having been reared in this community, left last Friday for Liberty where they will reside in the future. Mrs. Davidson was reared near Liberty and her father is still living on his farm and is quite an aged man. It was on his account that this removal is made. Mr. and Mrs. Davidson leave Columbia with the best wishes of the entire town, and upon their visits here they will be gladly received, Mr. Davidson has good business qualifications, and we predict he will have no trouble in finding clerical work at Liberty. He has had considerable experience in the county and circuit clerk's offices, and is now a United States Commissioner. Mr. and Mrs. T. C To My Customers. Copyright. 19Z1 by McOure Newspaper Syndicate. In my store you will find everything new that is used in Millinery this REPORT OFTHE CONDITION OF THE season. K reaching here they surrended to County Judge C. 6. Jeffries. The trial was called Friday afternoon and continued until Saturday, April 8. Goads Retailed at Wholesale prices We handle iery, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions, hos Slippers, Suits, Odd Pants, Furniture, Bugs, Matting and assortments Congoleum, in good Many goods sold for LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES. Goff Bros. Store. Oil the Streets. Tangerine, Orchid, RubeJlite, Venice. Doing Business at Town op Colum- Come in and see all the new things. They are so bright and pretty, will 15. bia, County op Adair, State of Mrs. J. C. Hood, Columbia, Ky. make you feel cheerful just to look. Kentucky, 24-- 2t 24 2t At the Close op Business on the Miss Julia Eubank. 15th Day op Men, 1922. Mr. Lopp Pendleton Dead. resources. Paul Blair Married. Loans and Discounts 313 034 78 1 210 62 Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured Before our last issue we heard of the Stock. Bonds and other Securities 41 687 03 sudden death of Mr. Pendleton, wrote News has reached here that Mr. Due from Banks 78 592 01 Cash on hand 14 946 66 Paul Blair, a young man of this coun an article, ana aiwrwara we were Checks and other cash in Columbia, where he told that it might be a mistake, and Items 156 00 ty, Banking house. Furniture and was educated, was married Monday we didnot make the announcement. Hxtures 6 500 00 Other Real Estate. Lot Purchased of last week, in Akron, Ohio, to Miss Since that time the report of the for New Banking House 4 250 00 Billle Catron, of Danville. The bride death has been confirmed. Mr. Pen460 43101 Total is a daughter of former State Sen- dleton was quite an aged man, who LIABILITIES. ator, John Catron, who lived at Al- lived between East Fork and Sulphur Capital stock paid id, in Well, Metcalfe county. He had left $100000 00 bany when elected, but for some time cab Surplus Fund 25 000 00 has been a resident of Danville. The his home and was found on the public Undivided Profits, less exroad, speechless and died in an hour penses and taxes paid 2 639 50 bride has been holding a position at Deposits subject to check 8 09S 56 Akron for some months, and it was or two after being found. He was a Time Deposits easy circumin that city she met Mr. Blair. The fine old gentleman, in Other Liabilities not Included under any of above heads 4 250 00 couple will continue to reside at Ak stances, and his going away was a TOTAX. 460 431 01 ron, but will probably visit Columbia shock to the neighborhood. He was STATE OF KENTUCKY, I early day. Upon reaching this the father of Mr. Fount Pendleton, at an County op Adair, j bct We. W. W. Jones and John W. Flowers, place the glad hand will be handed the stockdealer, of Greens-burPr esident and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state the newly weds by all of the groom's ment Is true to the best of our knowledge and former friends and schoolmates. well-know- n well-know- n g. BANK OF COLUMBIA Below is information as to new colors. Canna, Ferriwinkle, Bonfire, Tile Blue, Pumpkin, Serpentine, Longbeaoh. Rapids, Majolica, Publisher, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Columbia, Ky. Editor, J. E. Murrell, Mr. Noah Loy will teach a sir Columbia, Ky. weeks Normal in Lindsey Wilson Managing Edi tor, Mrs Daisy Hamlett, Training School beginning Apr. 10. Business Manager, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Board can be had in the dormitories Columbia, Ky. at fourteen dollars a month. Those Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Owner. who wish to prepare tor the examKnown bondholders, mortgagees, inations should make arrangements and other security holders, owning 1 Loy. per cent or more of total amount of with Mr. R. V. Bennett, Principal. bonds, mortgages, or other securities. (If there are none, so state.) None. Mr. M. O. Stevenson, who has a Mrs. Daisy Hamlett. fine peach and apple orchard and all Subscribed to and sworn berore me the smaller fruits, informed the this 30th day of Mch., 1922 News Tuesday that no year in his seat.: Sue H. Baker. recollection was the prospects better Notary Public Adair County, Ky for fruit than at the present. The My commission expires Dec. 5th., peach buds this year, said Mr. Stevenson, are larger, healthier, than I 1925. ever saw them. He further said that Eggs for Sale. if a freeze don't come within the nest week or two, there will be fruit White Plymouth Rocku50 cents for for every body in Adair county. Duroc Boar. I have a Registered Duroc Boar, which will se.rve at $1.00 at gate. Also some nice gilts for sale. John T. Dunbar, 2a 2t Columbia, Ky. Died at Bliss. Last Sunday afternoon Mrs. Ada Belle Bradshaw, who was the wife of Granville Bradshaw, died at her late home, Bliss, this county. She was twenty-siyears old and was a victim of cancer of the stomach. She had many friends in the neighborhood, and the funeral was largely attendded. x Hogs Tor Sale. I have a lot of Polan China hogs, big type and little type. They are registered. T. F. Corbin, 2t Cane Valley. belief. W, W. Jones, President. Jno. W. Flowers, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of Mch. 1922. Commission Expires, Dec 5. 1923. Sue H. Baker. N. P. A. C Wanted. Notice. Millinery at Gadberry. Ladies. This Season's Millinery is the most gorgeous and springlike we have ever had. Come in and see the new hats, made in all the new materials such as Straw cloth, Visca, Neapolitan, Bar- ronette, 'Satins, Taffetas, Grosgrain and Faile, silks combined with the beautiful new braids and embroidered in the Shells, Perriwinkles, match; heads, firecrackers and Ribbonzeen. You will be delighted with the prices as well as the novelties. In my store you will find everything Miss Julia Eubank. 24-2- The municipal board of this town You are invited to see my nice line incould not make a better vestment than to lay in oil enough to of hats now on display. Mrs. R. W. Hurt. oil the streets in town that are mostly traveled, The oil should be purApril Pool Party. chased now and put upon the streets. Presbjterian church to the From the public square it is almost impossible to live through the summer months on account of the dust Besides no family can keep the interior of its building clean Oiling should not only be done to protect property, but to preserve health. All towns in the State the size of Columbia are oiling the streets, and the necessity for this protection should not longer be delayed here. It would be a good investment. Oil the streets and do it now Misses Mabb aud Willie Rosenbaum entertained w h an April fool party last Saturda For Rent. Rooms near the Lindsey- - Wiison. Amah Phelps. A was a very enjoyable tccasion, all kinds of narlor eames vpre indulged in and b Victroia kept the music from Refreshments, many in high lee. bitter and sweet, were served. The following put i an appearance: Misses Carrie Gnssom, Mabel Sinclair, Frances .lolladay, Julia Phelps, Lula Phelps, Pauline Allyne, Frances Browning, R hoi Coffey, Mary Sinclair, Vera Ta lor, Allene Nell, Doris Wilson, Katk Taylor, Mary Atkinson, Nell Smith Lucile Winfrey, Nina Yarberry, "R dfred Williams, Elsie aldwell, Ruth Miller, Judd, Kara evenmg. -- It t Untangling Tony." The above is the title of a play, given by members of the Senior class, Columbia High School, last Fridav Evening. The Gym was and many who took a walk to the hill were well paid for the journey. The actors had mastered their parts, and the whole play was given in a most entertaining manner. Miss Mary Lucy Lowe trained the performers and to her much credit Is due for the successful rendition. A phonograph, tendered by Mr. Herbert Taylor, furnished the music. The following had parts on the program: Misses Mary Sinclair, Pauline Allen, Ruth Miller, Virginia Smith, Mary Atkinson, Carrie Grissom; Messrs. Fred Jackman, Earl Blah and Frank Callison. well-fille- d Monday was county court and a Two salesmen in Adair county to large crowd was in Columbia, the Dr. H. W. Depp will be out of town sell the oldest and best Accident Inmerchants and grocerymeu doing Apr. 10, 11 and 12, attending the surance in the country. Policy pays fairly good business. The Fiscal State Dental Society. $5,000 and $7,000 for death. Cost Court opened this, Tuesday morning810.C0 to 315.00 yearly. Good pay for Old Spanish Coin. and it will be busy the remainder of right man. North American Acc- the week. A large number of claims ident Insurance Co., of Chicago. Harrodsburcr Herald. are to be acted upon. The County Josaph J. Gib30D, Spc. Agt. Mr. Averlll James, of Lincoln coun Write Judge and County Attorney;. 3TD Premier Dep., ty formerly of Mercer, called at the watching the interest of the countyl Monticello, Ky. Herald office Monday. He had with 22-If you miss seeing the man of Myshim an ancient Spanish coin found by tery you will be the loser. The .exerhis son, Andrew James, in the old Another Still Brought In. cises and the power over the human burying ground of the slaves of Goverfamily is not only mystifying-- , but nor Shelby. The silver piece is stampLast Tuesday night Sheriff George wonderful. ed 1782. On one side is a head with Coffey found a twenty-fiv- e gallon copthe lettering "Carolus III. Dei Jas. Garnett, A. C. Van Winkle and. per still in the Milltown country, Gratia " On the other side is the Arthur Sager have formed a partnerabout one mile from where the one coat of arms and "Hispan et Ind brought in, last week, was located. ship for the practiceof law with offices Rex R. F. F." The coin is much n building, LouisHe also got the worm. The still was in the worn with its almost a century and a not in operation Mr. Coffey savs ville, Ky. They will do business unhalf of handling, and the above is as that he does not know who owns it. der the firm name, Garnett, Van near as it can be deciphered. It is no in charge of the jailer of the Winkle & Sager. The two first named-arMr. M. Cravens has in his possession n in this part of Kencounty. Parties interested were evia Spanish coin with the same letterdently close about, as Mr. Coffey tucky. ing as the one described above, except states that he was shot at twice. For Sale. the date. It was coined in 1776, six years before the data of the Harrods-bur- g Call at Once. 3t Inter-Souther- a well-know- Coin. New Bank Pearl Willis Messrs. F Nathan R:c argaret Patteson. D. Owen, .- All arrangemehts have been made for starting a bank at Creelsboro, Russell County. Mr. Robert Ingram, of Russell Springs, an experienced banker, has been elected cashier, and the business will open In a few days. Creelsboro is located in the wealthiest part of Russell County, surrounded by fine Cumberland river farms, and there is not a donbt but the institution will do a large business. A more competent cashier could not have been selected than Mr. Ingram, and the stockholders are the Influential men of that section of EimellCoanty. Somerset, aoies Dohoney, Allan A Lyon, Robert Neat, Meicer. Earl Blair i ,gias Durham, Dallas jinclair, Paul Stotts, Stotts. Ma Herschel Co j. en, aarian&ory, JNoei Pickett, Frc 1 lckman, Garland Nelson, Barksd-- . Will Oi Hamlett, Frank Calli-so- n, cClister, Edwin Price, Foster Picket, Will Dohoney, Edgar Kimbler, Robert Logan, Brj '.n Hutchison, Mcrris Epperson. Mr. T. F. Rcece has removed from the corner residence owned by Mr. J. H. Judd; to Mrs. Ada Barger'a ieai U. L. AntleZ of all 22 3t kind. Farm Implements, all kinds The Board of Supervisors completed Leg Broken Hardware. Prices right. its work last Friday. A great many property holders were raised fronf the Davis Hardware Co. Last Thursday"af ternoon Olie Johnlist sent in by the tax commissioner. son, who js a student in Lindsay-WilsoThere is some kicking, but what is was enroute home, horseback. Entertained. the use? Near the gate entering Mr. W. A. Garnett's farm, his horse became Saturday evening, March 25, Mr. DeMolay Sewing Machine at scared and Olie was dashed to the and Mrs E R. Willis entertained at Dohoney & Dohoney: ground. One of his legs was broken, their home, at Montpelier, forty-siEggs For Sale, and it will require several weeks for of their young friends with a Karam Goff Bros. Begin now, Save Money. Trade at We have just and Two good young mares. Also 2 received Big Line good young cows. Fresh. Harness Store. Stoves Ranges, n, x it to knit together. For Sale. Three good organs and five good cycles at great bargains. - party, which was very much enjoyed. Single Comb, Rhode Island Red, Every one regretted when the time cents for 15. came to say good-bye. f bi- 2t. Mrs. Henry Ihgram PientyorAIf.lifiaiuat &ff Inc. Store. dce, on Bomar Heights. T. G. Basoer&Sofl. Guineas wanted. Will pay 35 cents. Mrs. Dilfj Hamlett Adair County Riws, $1.50 per ywr. :r Vas j'ssssselBkeje? & -- !v 7 : T'- I ' ' --. 4i M n -- B , ' ft-- - 3. W n adair.county news wWWm5WwW5?555 $9S$S$9q &JL I fijjjAiii 1 He gazed at her for the moment too astonished to even open-mouthed, find speech. COMRADES of PERIL 'By "What!" he stammered finally, "why, what are you doing out here? Who opened that door? 'Where is the d d red snake, anyway?" "I do not know very much more than you do," she replied quietly. "There was a fight out here some time during the night, and the bar across the door was knocked down." "A fight! who were they?" "A white man, and the guard. They were both killed." "Both both killed?" he seemed unable to grasp the fact "Who was the white man?" "I do not know." "And you did not even run away? Did not try to escape?" "Where could I go?" she asked. "What was there for me to do but wait for you to return?" "Well, if this don't beat h 1!" he exclaimed. "Why I thought you was afraid of me. You ain't, hey?" "No; I I don't think I am. You were not rough with me, and and you said you would have something interesting to tell me when you got back." Macklin laughed, evidently relieved. She had spoken as a child might whose curiosity had been aroused. "Oh, I see, my girl; you've been thinking this over, have you, and decided I might not be quite so bad after all. I thought maybe you'd get over that tantrum after awhile, fer shucks ! I knew that feller Shelby was nothln' to you. You just married him ter git away from Ponca didn't you?" "Yes," she admitted, "that was about all." "So, now he's dead ; he don't cut no Ice anymore." Randall Tarrish copyngnt A. c. McClurg PS1S. jrvvw''wvis Shelby, & Co. loneliness on the uns Into a funeral a retired army man )wa. A girl, still In Calkins. cCarthy, citizen, alone In the . Shelby starts a h hands and the the girL de-no- w tier town of Ponca ne after a long spell a rancher, that will be" "Indian Joe comln now." The door between the1 two rooms had closed partially, yielding doubtless to some faint draught of air, so that Shelby ventured to survey the scene through the narrow crack near the hinges. Matters were becoming so complicated he was at his wits end. He had delayed too long, and, perhaps, It bad been a mistake to advise the girl to thus appear friendly to this brute. Now, Instead of being confronted by the Kid alone, he must also face Laud, if he would prevent her being carried away the second time. The situation had become desperate. He .could see the girl standing pressed close to the wall, the" light from the broken window on her face, her eyes anxiously watchful of the movements of Macklin, who had turned and was fronting the outer door, one band resting in readiness on the butt of his "45." Then that opening was shadowed, and the bulky figure of the squaw-ma- n suddenly appeared. His first utterance was full of "Well, I got your message, and am he cut them bars at the window, in' wiggled through." "And he hasn't been caught?" "Ain't seen hide ner hair o' him. Some guy helped him outside there was prints of two kinds of boots plain enough under the window; but after that they might just as well have gone up in the air." "Two o' 'em. The other couldn't have been Hanley, or Slagin, could it?" "How the h 1 do I know? I never caught sight o' nothin but the print of that boot I scouted up the creek; then that first bunch o' Indians come trallln' in, an' I had no time to think about anything since, only gettin' my cattle out o here." "But you'll go with us now?" "For a ways, anyhow; I reckon there ain't nothin else to do; them soldiers Is bound to get here." "And the sooner we're off the better. You ready?" He wheeled and confronted the shrinking, frightened girl, who made no reply. "Well, by God! you r:oESH3c Pure Paint YOU can paint your home for with Kurfees. The Granitoid Floor Paint Put it on'today walk on it to- wear longer. colors will retain their brilliancy and its protecting quality will a saloon-leadin- g xnin-wit- e agrees to pick a of men lined up In jnsternation, she seel gone along merely declines the honor, ismlsses the assem-goe- s back to make receives him good i "But are you sure he's dead?" ftaoa and the couple set out for Shelby's nncfa. "With them is the "Kid." Mack-ttwhom Shelby has hired as a helper ea the ranch. On the way the girl tells feer husband her name is Olga Carlyn, bA CFTAPTKH V. The wedding takes a, also tells him something of the circumstances of her life. CHAPTER VI. leaving his wife in tbe house, Shelby goes to care for the berses. Returning, he Is struck from behind by an unknown assailant. Hours lata: he recovers consciousness, to find that his wife and the "Kid" have disappeared. He starts in pursuit CHAPTER VIL Shelby overhears a mversatlon between two outlaws that throws some light on his wife's history. So learns she Is an heiress and that her ahductlon has been planned. He also teams that she has been taken to "Wolves' Hole," a haunt of bandits and "bad" Indians. The whereabouts of the lace is unknown to Shelby, though its 'raptxtatton as a resort of criminals Is widespread. CHAPTER VUL Shelby lays plans rescue his wife. He is discovered by "Indian Joe" Laud, the leader of the :eatlaws, and forced to accompany him hUo the stronghold. There Shelby makes friends with a Mexican girl, Pancha, Who Is betrothed to Macklin and Intensely jealous. CHAPTER IX. Imprisoned by Laud, Bhelby escapes with Pancha's help. She ruldea him to a seeure hiding place but refuses to reveal the whereabouts of his wife. ts . CHAPTER X. After a night's resl Shelby leaves his shelter, seeking his wife's prison. He discovers it, an old log cabin, and finds Olga. Their reunion !ts Interrupted by the arrival of Mackiln. CHAPTER XI. "Sure?" sneeringly. "I don't know I could be no surer. I turned the cuss over an' he was cold then. You don't need worry none about that. Walt a minute till I see who the guy was what tried to break In here." Shelby could hear Macklin cross the room, and jerk the blanket from off the bodies. The fellow gave utterance to an oath of astonishment at the sight revealed. "My God! Did you ever see anything like that? Locked together like two stags. H 1! Sam was shot, but be got the white guy even after he was dead. D n me, If It ain't Hank Slagin! Now, what does that mean? I reckon Hanley sent the galoot In here. That comes from splllln' things when yer drunk. Say, you an' I have got to get out of here. I'll tell you about It as quick as I can. It's plain enough Hanley's got his eyes on you, me If he once an' will double-cros- s gits a chance." "What Is it you mean? I do not understand." "Naturally yer don't, seeln' I ain't told yer nothin'. But now that I know yer ain't pining away over that feller Shelby, I reckon the sensible thing fer me to do is ter talk straight to pay in this There's goin' ter be h valley before long, and the sooner we get out o' here the better. I run across a soldier 'bout half way ter Gerlasche. an' he give me a pointer that made me wheel about, an ride back." "The Indian outbreak?" "Sure; the troops got in, an' rounded most of the Sioux up. They had a how 1 "jFr "What the h 1 the horses, Joe; I'll fetch her along, all right" Shelby straightened up. In spite of the odds, he must act now, or never. Yet, before he could take a step forward, a single shot rang out sharply. He saw Mackiln fling up his arms, apd reel backward, his body striking door, before it crashed the half-opeto the floor, and lay motionless. The impact of Macklin's body had flung the door wide open, leaving Shelby fully exposed to view. For an Instant however, the startled and bewildered Laud failed to note his against the darkness of that interior. He had leaped back Instantly to the protection of the wall, and, gun In hand, crouched there with eyes fixed on the broken window opposite. Shelby was swift to take advantage of his surprise. Wherever the shot had come from, whoever had fired it, his concealment was no longer possible. There must be no hesitancy, no delay. He stepped across the motionless body, with weapon flung grimly forward. "Hands up, Joe! Put them up first before you turn around. Stop that! Don't try any tricks on me. Now stand there Olga." n better be. Get morrow. can Eight apply it. beautiful You colors. It's the amount of lead in any paint that determines the square feet of surface it will cover and protect. It's the guality of lead that determines its durability. Kurfees Paint contains more pure lead Per gallon. Let us show you how little it takes to paint your home right. We have them Kurfeesmakes a Paint for every Purpose BHRGER BROS, tSBm Knt Jbr COLUMBIA, KY. mm .gLjAPflj' t Business Phone 13-- A The sounds that reached my listening ear No mortal ear can ever hear, On this side ail was pain and sadness) On that side all was joy and gladness; On this side all was dark as night, On that side everything was bright. And still I stood beside that ocean And knew not where to turn my course When low and meek a voice whispered 'Come child I'll guide you safe across," I turned and saw the stranger then Who'd plunged the others 'neath the sea. And now I knew 'twas Christ himself. And they were in eternity. "Come' said the low and pleading voice Res. Pboae 13--B. Dr. J. N Murrell -- DENTIST- H I Is Up, Macklin?" here," he said roughly. "What the is up, Macklin?" "Everything is, from all I hear," was the short reply. "Your Indians are licked already, ain't they?" "Yes; I expected that; I told them how it would be." "To be sure you did, but you never thought every runaway buck would make for this Hole. But they have; and you know what that means, I reckon. They will be smoked out sooner or later. Do you want to stay, and be smoked out with 'em? I'm for getting out of here now tonight, Joe. I don't intend being caught in this net; an you are a d d fool if you don't feel in the same way. There Is a chance now to make It, but tomorrow may be too late. How about your also. That's right; here; you understand firearms." "Take that gun out of his hand; there Is another In his belt; get that now come over "Yes, of course" wonderingly, "I know how to shoot" "I Imagined so ; Calkins would have taught you. Keep this fellow covered, and let him have it If he makes any effort to break away. Watch him closely, while I rip up that blanket and tie him up." "Yes." Office.jFront Rooms Jeffries'BTdg. UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY fight forward and listening, a slender girlish figure. Then the outer door crashed open, letting In a flood of light from "without, and a step sounded heavily on the floor. The young woman straightened up, the clear profile of Shelby her face 'feveaI'ed.-Somelio.knew she had braced herself, for the contest. Macklin must have stopped Just within the door, staring about him In" uncertainty. JWhat the 61 is up, here?" he burst forth angrify, confused by the !m gloom. "Sam, where are you anyw out of the reds. Some of 'em got nway though, an' come traiiin' west mostly young ones. I reckon an' now they're sendin' cav-aiout tor ride 'em down. That's what he was after, a bunch to come scoutin' in through here." "Here? Wolves' hole?" "Mor'n likely; he didn't say nothin' . 'bout that. But they're mighty liable Wr call. I'm fer gittin' out, while the goin's good. That's what I come back for to get you, and skip." "To to get me?" "Of course. I'll tell yer about it now. an' you'll go all right. I reckon you never thought I run off with you 'cause I loved you?" "No you you loved me?" "That's the way of it. I saw you long before that funeral down to Ponca; but this guy Shelby horned in 'fore I was ready to act. You didn't do? care nothin" for him. So I says to my"Make him talk. Let him think you self, then, I'll have her; I'll take her are all right; above all keep him from whether she wants me or not. Long suspicionlng that I am either here, or as she don't love him, I'll make her even alive." love me see? Course I didn't aim to "But how can I?" breathlessly, do no killing; that was just an acciwith the door unbarred, and those dent like, an' I didn't do it nohow. It dead men? He will know something was Sam here who got gay, and beaned .has gone wrong." Shelby." "Tell him they fought and killed "But what would you do with me, If .IsKh other, but that first they unIf he had been alive?" barred the door. You found them "There ain't no use dlscussln' that, there, and dragged the bodies under fer he ain't alive. It's what I want the bench. You dared not go away; ter do now counts. Maybe I had you were afraid make up some story. a plan then,that maybe an' I didn't But Here he Is now !" now I got It all planned up proper. He left her frightened and dismayed Pm a goin ter marry you. An that by this sudden emergency, and sprang goes whether yer're willln or not I back Into the darkest corner, crouchain't even askin' you." ing against the log wall. If she would The expression of her face must only induce Marklln to reveal his have brought the fellow a realization plans, gain his confidence. He could that perhaps he was going altogether see her there in the dim light bending too fast for he broke in with an exA Shot in the Dark. She stood clutching him tightly, both staring in startled fear out through the open door into the dim light of the front room. The whole situation mind if flushed through Shelby's Macklin was alone lie could handle him; yet there was danger that the man might shoot, and the report be overheard by others. Then, again, lit? might not be alone. It was better to make sure first, and then act. But how? A possibility occurred to him It was dark within that second room; he could slip back Into the corner, and remain concealed; perhaps the fellow would talk, would reveal his plans; at least, once at his ease, he could be made the victim of surprise. But woijld Olga plsy the part necessary? "Can you act?" he whispered hastily. "We must fool that fellow." "How do you mean? What am I to at Wounded Knee, over yonder, 1 an licked h rj cattle?" "I sent them into the Bad Lands." Macklin laughed. "That proves what you think about It. All right then; we'll ride out together. Got three horses out there?" "Yes, and a pack; that's what the Indian told me to bring. The woman going along?" "Sure she is. H 1, we've fixed TO BEICOXTINUEI) things all up. We're goin to get married over at Gerlasche. I'm aimln' ter MYjDREAM. take you along for best man." Laud evidenced his surprise and Incredulity with a grunt, and a swift Composed by Mrs. Mary Smythe glance at the silent girl, shrinking back against the wall. Biggs when a school girl. It is based "What about Pancha?" he asked o'n a true dream of hers, when a child - He left her with the gun steadily pointed at Laud's head, the fellow cursing, with hands up, his angry eyes following every movemont He was desperate, maddened by sudden helplessness, with the sneaking ferocity of a wolf, yet was temporarily held motionless by the deadly peril. Shelby stripped the ragged blanket from off the dead bodies under the bench, and began hastily to rip it apart The black, bloated face of Slagin stared upward, and Indian Joe saw It for the first time, a sudden spasm of terror causing him to burst forth: "My God! That's Hank Slagin!" "Sure it is; he got his, an' you'll get yours If you drop those hands, you cur. Turn around now, and- stop." "Just sink beneath the me waves with L. H. Rei.-ieuct. s of a And soon we'll reach the other shore Special attention g iven;Dlsease And you with friends united be." Domest'; Animals Imagine, friends, the fearful horror Of such a voyage on such a sea! 1 mile of town, on Office at Just at the thought a scream of terror, istown road. Burst from my lips, in just one plea." "Go away! Go away! O' God," I cried Columbia, Ky "We can not reach the other aide, I will not risk my life with thee To sink beneath that rolling sea" "Dear child" he said, "can not you Veterinary Surgeon and'DentisI Jones trust Your loving Savior's own strong arm Just leau upon my breast he said And I will land you free from harm." "I can not go, I will not go O, God! I pray don't mock me so: We can not reach the other shore, But sink farjdown to rise no more" Dear mortal friends my prayer for HENRY W. DEPP DENTIST Gas Given poir Painless Extraction Teeth. of dryly. "That little Devil! Pooh! when she hears about it, I'll be east of the Mis-- , boutI. She's all right for a Mex, but this time I mean business, Joe. Don't you forget It, I'm playln' for big stakes, an' there don't no Pancha stand in my way. What's the matter with you?" "Well, I ain't so sure you're goin ter git off so scot free," returned Laud slowly. "There's a fellow been in here huntln' you; an' I reckon he must be here yet leastways I don't know how the cuss could have got out" "A man huntln' me? "No I You're dream-in'.- " way? ,. "Who Is Sam?" she asked quietly, and taking a step forward. "Is that the name of the Indian" you left on, guard?" planation. "See here now, don't get huffy. I for you ain't no Western rough-neck- to be ashamed of. I belong down East In ol Virginia, an' we got money to burn. That's straight goods. My real name ain't Macklin at all; it's Churchill. I mean business an' just as soon as Indian Joe gets down here with some horses, we're a goin ter start" "For where?" her voice trembling In spite of everjr effort at "To Gerlasche first; .there's a preacher there, an then on to God's country just as fast as the train will take us. That's my program, an' let me tell you, I'll be d n glad ter git away from Injuns, Mexs, an' the rest o' this .rotten outfit No, you wait; self-contr- ain't The fellow joined my outfit up on the mesa yesterday sorter big fellow with light hair, an' a smooth face. He put up quite- a spiel, and claimed his name was Churchill. I didn't mor'n half believe him, but not knowin' what was up, I let the cuss drift in along with us. I aimed to see you as soon as we got In; but h 1, you had skipped, while Hanley, who might have knowed something, was up at the cove. I sent Juan after him, for by that time I was sure the guy was some d n spy. The hoss he was ridin' had the same brand of them cattle I drove in." "The same brand? What brand?" "The Three Stars; they come from Shelby's ranch up on the Cottonwood." "H 1 ! A big fellow, you said with light hair, and smooth face?" "That's him; grayish eyes, an' rides like a cavalryman. I never saw the galoot before, but I wan't goin' to take no chances, so I got his gun, and - locked him up." "Where?" "In that cell room In Vlllemonte's cabin." "And, he's there yet?" "No, he ain't; that's the trouble. Somehow he got hold of--a knife; must have It hid on him, I reckon. Enyhow about eight years: had a dream in early childhood. I Which made an impress on my mind, That lingers with me till this day; I sometimes mount on fancies pinions And soar along the past ten years, Then stand again in sunny dreamland And feel again those hopes and fears I dreamed I stood beside an ocean, Of rolling, tossing, foaming waters; And with me stood my youthful playmates Together with ten thousand strangers, I saw them leave me one by one And sink beneath the rolling billows, So willingly they sank beneath The waves with one I did not know. I gazed upon the darkening waters Till they rushed into eternity; I stood enraptured and bewildered, I wondered what this all could mean, When suddenly my eyes were lifted And lo! beyond this raging sea I saw a shore of glistening sand A land of light and purity. I saw the friends who just had left me Arrayed in robes of purest white; A gorgeous mansion rose before me Its stately spires far out of sight, And just below this "Golden Temple" A pearly gate was left ajar, And through it now.'rhy friends were passing To join the singing angels there. The wondrous scenes that met my vision. No mortal eye nth ever seen, of ; j . thee Is that it ne'er may COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. be your fate To receive a look like Chrisb gave me When he turned and said, "Almost too late." With his pierced hands stretched out to me His pleading eyes gazed into mine That look I know I'll ne'er forget Should mj life be Bpared to the end of time Where words had failed his looks o'er- came W. A. Coffey Office Second Floor, Court House, West Side .Adjoining Court Room. COLUMBIA. KY. And falling on my knees before him "Yes Lord" I cried, "Thy will be done" I'll follow thee wherever thou leadest. "Come follow then" he gently said And clasping now my trembling hand Be calmly walked into the sia But as the waves closed o'er my head Those waves that still raged fearfully I screamed and sat straight up in bed 'Twas but a dream. And yet kind friends A dream I never can forget. Used 40 Years CARDUi 3 The Woman's Tonic J f - The United States will insist on priority of the pajment by Germany of its army of occupation on the Rhine or else its troops will be withdrawn immediately? Sold Everywhere . Nt 'kr- - The State of Washington has an organization of many thousWhen a great politician begins and for the purpose of securing associating with the small fry we legislation requiring the Bible to know he is going to run again. be taught in the public schools- - ""Siif!, ADAIR COUNTY NEtfS A Trlbate . Hon. J. K. Mitchel passed away at his homr in' 'Osborne, Kansas, March, 2, 1922. Born near Three Springs, Hart Co. Ky. June 17. 184 On the death of his father in' 1870 his uncle J. A. Mitchell, Sr. took him and cared for him as his own. He was a student at thp M. andF., while Prof. Stewart was principal there. After this schooling he traveled over many counties of the state for the Bible Society. Later he took -- a course in Wabash College, Ind. but overtaxed his strength so that his mind gaye down, and he was compelled to rest. About the year 79 or 80 he and his cousin Z. T. Waldrond, removed to Kansas, and at Osborne, established a law firm which flourished until the grasshopper plague came and so nearly ruined that great state. He again showed his perseverance by holding on until prosperity returned; and at his death was enabled to leave his family in comfort. Presbyterian in faith, Progressive in policy, particular in business, and Practice extensive, we may say his moral horizon was bound by these virtues. He was a charter member of the First Presbyterian Church, where he served as an elder for many years, ana was one ot the commissioners to the General assembly at Chicago. "Truly a great and good man has fallen in Isreal." He was married to Miss Francis Brown of Natoma, Kansas, where a beautiful church stands in memory of this fine English family, and is survived by his wife, two daughters' Muriel, a y teacher at Eureka and Mrs. M. Bradley of Osborne, two children having proceeded him in infancy. One brother, M. L. Mitchel, resides near Columbia, Ky. and two brothers and a sister live in the west. The sympathy of many friends is extended to the family in their sorrow, J. A. Mitchel. Ma-jor- These are some of the mistakes which should be corrected but they are not correted by the Simmons bill, which makes a partisan commission. It is claim- ed that two of these men are uot known Democrats. They have voted once or twice even against their party, but they are certainly not Republicans. We need an outstanding Commission of pronounced Democrats and pronounced Republicans. This is the only real way to have a Board. We endorse the Governer's suggestion to settle this muddle and if the senate does not accept it the bonus of defeating the bond issue will be on the Democratic party for no one will vote for ifi as a political measure of either one party or the other. A real M2 partisan Board of capable men, who understand something about roadbuilding, and letting contracts, if the price is too high, while it will not insure the adoption of the bond issue will at least give the people a fair chance to accept the responsibility for either its adoption or defeat. It will relieve the Legislature and members of both parties of either credit or blame on the road question and put the issue of road building where it properly belongs, out of politics. For those gentlemen who are afraid to submit the bond issue on a fair basis for fear it will be adopted, and seek a partisan commission for the purpose of killing the bond issue. The News would suggest that, while they are also doing incalculable harm to the roads, they are also doing incalculable harm to the Democratic party. an No Longer Any Reason For Men's Hats 1.50 We have Just Received Beautiful Line Of Dress Gingham. The New Spring ? 9 Discouragement LOWER. PRICES ON Patterns Are beginning to Come in and The 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 Offering To our We Now Have a Large Assortment Of Dainty Cheeks Plaids And Attractive Stripes. Call and Make ' SAA - K 4t ' -- t Customers At A' i& Mamimum. ONLY $1.50. Your Selections Early. .y a Chevrolet Samson Tractor GREATEST TRACTOR c The Automobile Season for VALU EVER OFFERED TO YOU IS 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 -- Now $445 $525. 525. 975. The Blackest Hour The Samson is Noted for the way it Hugs the Ground and Pulls. We will be glad to give Roads and Politics. From twenty years ago when Representative Bosworth, an ardent Republican, and the editor of the News began the crusade for better roads in Kentucky, up to the meeting of this Legislature there has never been any politics in road building in Kentucky. In all the Good Roads Conventions and in all the work of the Kentucky Good roads Association there was no thought of politics and other Democrats and Republicans worked with the editor of The News and Hon. Joseph Bosworth until State Aid to roads The empty pocketbook is a were secured. It is true that Gov. Morrow leading cause of suicides, but not made a blunder when he did not the only one. Last year 76 milappoint two outstanding Demo- lionaires took their own lives. Millions of Americans weary crats on the Road Commission who would have had as much to disallusioned are discouraged say about the contracts and the almost to desperation and dismanagement of the Road Depart- traction. ment as Hon. Green Garrett, but What they need is this power! he did at least appoint two men f ul spiritual tonic, the knowledge who were, according to.their re- that is always blackest just before dawn. cords, Democrats It is true that the present Since May, 1920, Americans have gone through a terrific road law should not contain a earthquake of prices, fortune provision granting the right to and general economics. the State Highway Engineer to Many of us are saturated with road contracts. This right beself-control- ." y. hospital in town. Then on fop of it all came the Associated Char"For the following reasons I ities and the Salvation Army. am unable to senc you the check And now just because I will asked for: I have been held up, not sell all I have and go out and held down, sandbagged, walked beg, borrow or steal money to on, sat on, flattened out and give away, I have been cussed, squeezed. First Ly the United discussed, boycotted, talked States Government for Federal about, lied to, lied about, held war tax, excess profits tax, Lib- up, robbed and nearly ruined, erty Loan bonds, thrift Stamps, a ad the only reason I am clingcapital stock tax, merchant's li- ing to life is to see what in the cense, an auto U, and by every hell is coming next." George society and org vzation that the W. Collins. inventive mim u man can invent to extras what I may or When the Kentucky Educational Association meets in may not posses . "I have been solicited by the Louisville April 12th it will be Society of John the Baptist, the addressed by the heads of the wholesome. True home economy of time, G. A. R., the Women's Relief, Bureau of Education at Washingmaterial and effort is completely the Navy League, the Red ton. turn for the better. handled in Reliable Recipes, the Cross, the Purple Cross, the Despite raises ordered by the Cheer up, folks. The night is Cook Book and House Children's Home, the Dorcas State Tax Commission, the total black. But the clock is striking hold Hints. A copy is yours (Society, the Y. M. C. A., the assessment of property; In Kenlet self-pitir4)own, the sunrise of a bright jFree-fo- r asking. Address Home Y.W. C. H., the Boy Scouts, tucky will bewtoS&.OOO les ftxdusivtly to the Commis- - the poison, long! .7. I clow it hand. Yet our grandparents, in ifce ! new Economics Depfc. Caluiwt Baking the Jewish Relief, and eyery thin 6 wm the btfort; What is Coming Next. i y Twenty thousand Americans committed suicide in 1921, This is the estimate by the Save-a- Life League, whose members work to prevent suicides. Included in the list of those who took their own lives were 858 children and 509 war veterans. The oldest suicide was 100 years old and the youngest 5. Easy to explain the great increase in suicides, says Harry M. Warren, president of the Save-a-liLeague. He blames it largely on disturbed economic conditions that have caused a tidal wave of business failures, unemployment and personal suffering resulting from financial setbacks. Also, "the growing complexity of our modern iife, the feverish unrest, crimes, divorces, questionable dress, unhappy home relations, the decline of religious sentiment, and other things that have caused deranged nerves, depression and less fe Demonstrate ons. WOODSON LEWIS KENTUCKY. & SON GREENSBURG, a Hold the fort just a little longdays following the Civil War, went through exactly the same er. Relief is near. sort of hard times that we are going through now. So did their Big Savings For The Thrifty House-Wifgrandparents, after the war of 1812. XXXXHCXXXXXXXiXXXXSKXXXXXag e Colun 'bia Barber Shop MOHAN A The only difference is that they suffered more. We of this generation do not know what real hard times are. Get some old resident to tell you about the panic of 1873 "when a dollar would buy nearly anything, but almost no one had the dollar." Life is more or less a gamble, and endless chain of alternate losses and winnings. Many of us, in facing present problems, need some of the gambler's pluck nerve and fatalism. Anyone who has ever known a professional gambler has heard him say: "I've been a long time Things in a, run of hard luck. couldn't get much worse, so they're due for a change." The gambler has truth behind him. A run of luik is always worse just before it changes. The fever victim's temperature reaches its highest point, the crisis, just before there is a Few homes indeed do not feel the need of economy. The necessity of making every penny count touches the purse of every housewife. It is doubtful if there is a single article employed as a food or in the preparation of food that demands more buying wisdom than Baking Powder. Upon its quality depends the success and economy of the bakings themselves. Calumet Baking Powder enables the housewife to make three worthwhile savings. She saves when she buys it it is moderate in price. She saves when she uses it she uses only half as much as required of most other powders. She saves materials it is used with it never permits bake-dafailure. Any woman can use Calumet with absolute certainty of results-deliciotasty bakings that are pure and us, J! &;' r LOWE 36 Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guaranteed. j Give us a Trial and be Convinced. 'V4 xxxxxmwzxxxxxmxxiMm! To See J 76-pa- ge 7 - im , yr iri"ffeft'frgini'-ft,riiHi"irtf- A .Jm.- - Lb. ,A ".-- 4 ..:: . rt VKt '$ ,TV . ?i : -H JfeT iOHfr ftKt; 'MWt&OfctiU'UK;tfMi.l aft. ,. Ti,- - icjr - .w JA. a !! Ml 3,t.-fcataa- fc- - J V f . , 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The two million business build- yHIMlfMMMKMKMKMimmiMyiKiKy man of the Republican Commit- ing of the Belknap Hardware (Published On Tuesdays tee of Adair county won out be- Company will start in Louisville jU Cokm6ia, Kentuckyfore the State Central Commit May 1st. tee, which met in Louisville last The bandits who robbed J. H. E.MURRBLL, Eoitort Wednesday. The situation was Louisville, of Men this: In the last county campaign Caperton, near AKS. DAISY HAM LETT, $10,000 worth of whisky, bonded it was reported tnat Mr. Lewis JL Democratic Newspaper devoted to! the Inin the sum of 130,000. There against two of the Repubterest of the city of ..Columbia and (the People voted were seven men. ,s lican candidates for office, who C'Adair and adjoinindCounties. were defeated. To the defeated Solemn services are going on as second Colnmba' stered at the candidates and some of their sup- in Louisville . Mr. Henry . nan matter. porters this was an offense, and Watterson is being laid in his the County Committee was called Louis4. 1922. together and Mr. Lewis was un- tomb at Cave Hill, and all TUESDAY APE. ville is in mourning. seated. Mr. Lewis appealed to SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: the State Central Committee and It is said that the St. Marys -SI in Kentucky ?2.00 at the meeting of said committee .o.ibat Ide of Kentucky College, founded in 1821, will be AU Subscriptions amdue and Payable in Ad- - on the day and date mentioned It is a removed to Louisville, Tnee the case was tried and Mr. Lewis Catholic institution and the was sustained, and will remain Louisville location is near CheroANNOUNCEMENTS. the Chairman of the County kee Park, not far from the SacCommittee. red Heart Academy. FOR JUDGEjCOURT OF APPEALS. dair Goaivty Nevis Mr. Sam Lewis, who is Chair- UyiyiMiyiMiyiyyXM v.. 'fl Post-offi- to-da- y m m m m H-6- 0 t a Call. m m m m Dohoney & Dohoney Are Daily Receiving NeW-Sprin- g m m m m busily engaged in court all day, their industry they will have it in a " We are authorized to anuounce that stricken in tne night, and died all stolen and consummed next morning. He was a deacon year or two. H. L. James, of Elizabethtown, ie a Democratic candidate in the Presbyterian Church, and din county, for Appellate Judge in this the Third his death cast a gloom over all With a reward upon, the head August District, sdbiect to the of every prohibition violator, pri-SB&- rj. We are authorized to announce The amount of whiskey in Mr. Ben L. Waddle one of the Judge D. A. McCandless a candidate most prominent lawyers of Som Kentucky, under the supervision forjudge of the Court of Appeals, erset, died very suddenly one of the government, is 24,000,000 ThirdDistrict. subieci to! the action day last week. He had been gallons. If the bandits keep up of the Democratic party. Line of Dry Goods, j m m Notions and Novelties. m Give Them Somerset. I1 .Under the law passed by the last Legislature, each county in the State is entitled to a six weeks Summer School. The kolding of institutes was abolished. The Legislature appropriated $50,000 for this purpose and the schools are for rural teachers. Sarah Bernhardt has got young some more. She has returned to the stage at the age of seventy. &Ork THE UNIVERSAL CAR even the bootleggers are turning The difference between living sleuths and informing on their says an article in the city and out in the counnewspaper. Since try these dry times is this: When in a Louisville the new State law, went into fellows in Louisville want to wet effect recently, offering a reward their whistles with fine liquors of $50 for the arrest and convicand wines they locate where the tion of every violator of the pro goods are stored get a truck and hibition office has been swamped steal enough to do for several with offers to "turn up bootleg- In this part of the months. gers. utizens wno nave suaaen- country only the meanest of ly become ardent prohibitionists moonshine can be secured, and to and bootleggers who have' a drink it you run the risk of los grudge to settle or who have ing your life. found competition too keen and desire to compensate themselves to the extent of 50 while elim inating some of their competitors throng the office. fellow-tradesmen, A-s tW lBw 9 W9 TW 9 WB Tm TtW stf" 9 W W WJ WBM WQ mmm W9W WBm T99 lWB- - mM WB m9 W B One of those gay spirits that ' '' ft?! , And remembe: thclow-efirst cost, the Joxvest upkeep and the highest resale value of any motor car ever built. st never fails to see silver lining to the darkest clouds assures us that the coal strike is certain to have one important result; if it lasts long enough it will result in 'Eiffel Q m jLBl jB I. A WrZTm0i- - JfiK ML lMttf' - fc &&m m B Eastm! K) aTamuTa w HbSh I iiiJJBBIjiB Unequaled in Value II Equipped with Electric Starting and Lighting System, demountable rims, extra rim and non-sk- id tires all around the Ford Sedan at $645 is the greatest motor car value ever produced anu enclosed car of comfort, convenience and beauty. Reasonably prompt delivery. Terms if desired. ' V 1 V 5 he ' Buchanan-Lyo- n Co INCORPORATED Columbia, Kentucky. the erection in all the large cen ters of satisfactory quarters for storing coal. There is not the that is slightest doubt but needed and needed badly. We have sought to handle the coal distribution problem in a most careless fashion. For weeks at a time the mines have stood idle because there was no immediate demand for coal, although every one knew that the demand was coming. Then production was begun ferverishly, but usually too late to prevent the prices from soaring. What is urgently needed is a great system of storing coal. If this is secured coal can be mined all through the year, and stored during slack seasons for the time when the demand is always brisk. Even mission of the question to the people. ing Post. The Legislature passed a law7 LAWS. NEW KENTUCKY regulating and defining the busidyeing Emblems will be missing from ness of dry cleaning and provided for the inspection the ballot in municipal elections and by the in the future. The Legislature of the establishments passed a law providing for their State Fire Marshal. The Nelson bathing suit law removal and setting up a "group ballot," with frequent change in prohibits any person appearing or road when the order of printing. The law upon any street only in an ordinary was aimed at the illiterate voter. clothed law of the State bathing suit. The anti-truThe prohibition law passed by which was in conflict in some " with the Bingham the Legislature 'ia the ntoit particulars act, was repealed. stringent the State"5 has lever ' A new; law was enacted regu known. A reward of $50 fir in- ition leading to the conyic- lating therunning at .large of s violators JfrttBrniMW IS anjKovidflK lor tne .si st ve T n j, y provided for in the act. Fines of from $100 to $300 for the first violation of the provisions of the act and jail sentences of from thirty to sixty days are provided. A second offense is made a felony, punishable by confinment in from one to the penitentiary three years Robbery and burglary, or the possession of tools with the intention of committing robbery or burglary, is made a felony, pun- isble in the penitentiary from years A sim five to twenty-fiv- e ilar sentence is imposed. upon anyone who assaults aasperson m frtHwtan UgBFrM robbery . from 16 to 18 years, and a violation of its provisions is made a felony with a penitentiary sentence of five years to life. The desertion of a pregnant wife, who is left in destitute circumstances, is made a felony, punishable in the penitentiary from one to five years. A girl at Bristol, Tenn., who had the influenza with a most remarkable temperature of 114, has recovered. It is reported that the Ken- ,v j IBjr H'K V.TiV. Mil . CGHiiiMafi id 11 in tucky Standard Oil Company will next month declare a apeeki dividend of 2ift)&rfl r r:i " HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Bar15c. mile and Spring orJSummer, now is your Chance to get a gain, as Ifmean to Close Out. Dress Ginghams Over $4,000 worth of Men's and Boys Shoes to be Closed out in 30 Days. My prices have been Cut so they will go. If you are going to need any Shoes this MI. L. Cane SINHTH Kentucky. Valley, Campbellsville Hotel fA Ss2. PROP. Formerly of Adair.County. J. TUCKER, Lodging 50c Meals 50c. Cor. Nain'.& Depot Sts. CTSMIF'BEL.L.SII-L.- E. ky- - They had her adenoids removed, and later her tonsils will be taken out. She stood the trip to and from the city nicely. And it is hoped she will soon be well. Messrs. T. W. Pemberton, Lebanon, W. R Lyon, Campbellsville, and W. J. Davidson, Burnside, came over K. S. LESTER last Friday, to arrange about the transfer of the stock of goods, this place, owned by the Cumberland Grocery Company, Company. Mrs was a splendid auctioneer and upon every court day he was in Columbia, selling stock for various persons. He had a very keen voice and could be heard all over the square. When the JKnownothing party was in existence? Dr. Nathan Gaither, of this place, was a very ardent Democrat and Mr. W. E. Baker, a very young man, was a Knownothing. There was a proposition up advocated by the Knownothings, called the "Goose Question." A hot race was g on for the State Senate and the was elected. The m6rning after the election Dr. Gaither left his home for the square, and he was met by Mr. Baker, who said: ''Well, doctor, what do you think of the Goose question, now?" "God d n, the feathered tribe," said the doctor, and passed on. Know-nothin- That the first large saw and flour-in- g Albia Eubank, left Sunday morning for Frankfort, having accepted a position in the Agricultural Department. She is very competent in clerical work, and is a most excellent lady. She thinks she will secure a Mr. Sam Bottoms, of Campbellsville, position for her husband and he will was here last Friday. leave later. Mr. W. H. Wilson, CamFbellsville, Miss Christine Nell has accepted a was here last Friday. position, to do clerical work for a Ga Mr. W. A. Brummett, Burkesville, rage Company, Springfield, and left was here a few days ago. last week, to enter upon the discharge Mr.Claud Moser. Elizabethtowo, was of her duties. She is a very compin Columbia a few days ago. etent young lady and we predict that Mr. R. H. Humphreys, of Bards-town- , she will give perfect satisfaction to was here a few days ago. her employers. Mr. F. D. Owen, Somerset", wasat Mr. W. M. Wilmore, the very effthe'J effries Hotel a few days since. icient Gradyville correspondent to the Mr. W. V. Cravens, Russell Springs, Adair County News, has been very insurance agent) was here a few days sick for several days His son, Mr. J. A. Wilmore. of Lexington and a train ago. ed nurse arrived last Sunday afterMr. J. H. Pickett, of Campbellsville, noon. It is hoped that a change for was in Columbia several days of last the better will be brought about in week. the next few hours. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, who Miss Nina Rickman and her aunt, handles fertilizers, was in Columbia Mrs. Rickman, arrived from Hopkins-vill- e a few days ago. last Sunday night They stopsir. Oma Goode, of Campbells, spent ped at the home of Dr. W. J. Flow-era- , a couple of days with 'his Columbia and they are here to make their customers, last week. home in Columbia. They are fine Mr. E. G. Coppock, of Campbellspeople and the residents of this place ville was over last week, to arrange are glad they have come to make Cowith some one to handle his ice. lumbia their permanent home. Miss Miss Mattie Morrison, has been vis Nina is already acquainted. iting her sister, Mrs Frank Sandusky, Harrodsburg, for the past ten days. Do You Remember? DENTIST Jamestown, - Kentucky. to Buchanan Lyon PERSONAL mill erected in Adair county was built by Ben S. Coffey, and it was located where the old Wilson Mill stood. It was burned at the begin ning of the civil war. The time when Tom Griffith, then a small boy, fell into the fobay at the Feesemill. Some hands fished him out, and from that day until Tom left Columbia, he was addressed as "Major Fobay." 4404444444444 4444444444444 4 4 4 4 Attractive Knit Ties 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I IP1 'WBSm 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 RUSSELL & CO. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4444444444444 4444444444444 Knit ties like these are still popular all over Ihe World. They will not wrinkle nor lose their shape. They wear well and keep their appearance while doing it. The price is right; extremely low for such quality. Altogether these Wilson Bros, ties are a good investment for appearance, wear and econemy. VITALITY! VITALITY! VITALITY! You Must Have k mr " 'i"t 'AgTBrj? Do You Want It to Keep Your Job, Your Friends, Your Happiness Thousands of thoughtless people needlessly let themselves run down in health. The day comes when, with a terrible shook, they suddenly realize that they are permanently broken in health. For your own sake keep well. If you feel weak or run down or do not sleep well or are nervous and have a poor color, don't wait until It IS too late. Gude's taken with your meals for a few weeks will restore your good health, give you re- Hewed strength and vitality for your daily work. The healthy life is the only happy life do not let it slip from you. For thirty years Gude's Pepto- Mangan has been helping people who were back to good health. was made famous by the medical It profession. Sold by druggists in both liquid and tablet form. Advertise ment. Peoto-Manean run-dow- n Your Paint To Last? V Mr. Claud Pemberton, of was here last Thursday for the When all the goods sold at Columbia purpose of buying some fancy horses were hauled through from Louisville, Mr. R. G. Willis, who has been em- with four horse teams? They were ployed at Akrou, Ohio, for the past brought via Greensburg, and the , signs of the old road, entering Colum jc""-- returned home Wednesday uight bia, can be plainly seen running Mr. Gordon Montgomery is attendaround the property of ,Jr. J. N. Cofing the Taylor county circuit court IJ fey. The wagoners had reguflar places which opened at Campbellsville Monto stop wh6n night came. The charge day morning. for hauling from this place, we are Misses Ida Gaskin, Lucy Oaks; told, was 31 25 per hundred. There Messrs Fred Rine, Add Tarter, took were many thieves along the route, suppar at the Jeffries Hotel a few and frequently goods that were billed evenings ago. came up missing. Mr. H. B. Ingram continues co gain When there were Saturday afterare always glad to strength, and when tho warm spring noon meetings v talk business with the about Columbia and days come, the indications are that he strong men, from various sections of man or woman with a Missouri will walk out in town. "Show Me." the county, would meet and fight fist viewpoint If you own dairy cattle what Mr. N. C. Butler left Friday mornand skull for a prize? The contestwe can "Show You" in the way ing for Somers, Iowa where he has a ants would shake hands, enter the of a cream separator is going to daughter living. Mr. Butler leaves ring, and without gloves, fight until intensely interest you. for an indefinite time. The Primrose Cream Sepaone was whipped It is said that rator is the stingiest proposition Mr. John B. Watson returned to blood would flow, but when the fight on earth with cream never Burnside last Friday. He reports was over, they parted in peace. wastes a drop, Equipped with that the bakery at that place is doing That a short time before the civil two cream outlets instead of all the business it can handle. one, the cream is never crowded war a man named Morrison came to in flowing out. This prevents Mr. Horace Walker, Misses Allene Columbia and entered the hotel busithe breaking of the fat globules Montgomery, Carrie Grissom, Marga- ness, in the old building that stood result, smoother butter.. ret Patteson, Mr. Edwin Hutchison where the Jeffries Hotel building now The Primrose separator skims and Miss Eva Walker motored to stands. It was his custom to close extremely close. The cream is is Campbellsville last Sunday. the hotel as soon as supper was over always of uniform grade sweet, clean and always in first-claMessrs W. At Coffey, M. C. Winfrey and retire to his bed chamber. One condition. And the warm T R. Stults. Sam Lewis and Dr.L C. evening, not later than 8 o'clock two skim milk is invaluable for calves and pigs. Built strong and simNell attended the meeting of the men rode up t6 the hotel, hitched their horses and tried to gain entrance ple, with frame open and saniRepublican State Central Committee tary, and supply can large and by knocking at the front door. It at Louisville, last Wednesday. low. The Primrose is an ideal was twenty minutes before Mr. Mormachine for the dairy farmer Mr Geo. A. Smith, who is recover rison let the travelers know that he seeking maximum results. ing from an operation, performed in was on to his job. He raised a winJThere are so many exclusive Louisville, two months ago, is now dow good features connected with and hallooed, "Whose there?" able to ride over in town. He says the Primrose separator that we "Two gentlemen wlio want to spend he feels like he will soon be himknow we can "Show You" where that the night with ybi and also have our you will profit much by its use. self again. horses fed." "You are too late," said Let us demonstrate its many fine Miss Lucille Bushong, Lindsay-Wilsopoints to you if it is not convenient for Mr. Morrison, "I do not open after you to call, 'phone us and we will bring Misses Mary Botts, Clara "Nun-nel- dark," closed his window and returned a machine out witji us to your homjl V. Willett and Messrs Leslie to his bed. All the men could do was Gowdy and Chandler Woods, Camp- to cuss and ride on. Agent ,, bellsville, haUsupper at the Jeffries' How mariKmen are there about Co aa- -: Hotel a few evenings ago. mi vyuunty. ic lumbia now YwlieJ" remember Capt Dr. and Mrs. W..J. Flowery return ". write ed from Louisvfllcjiit Tuesday hi J with their jdat Elizabeth-town- , Cream Separator 3 fi jiiy We are pleased to announce that we are prepared for spring and have on hand a complete assortment of Lampton's house paints. Made by the old established paint firm of Lampton, Crane & Ramey Co., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky., these products are backed by an iron clad guarantee and a reputation for the making of dependable paints that was established a quarter of a century ago. As you know, some people only know paint by it's name but we know that many so called paints will not stand the test of a scorching sun and the trying weather changes of this climate, which in fact, are hard on even the very best paint. You have seen houses that were painted in the Spring that looked fine when the paint was fresh but before the summer was over looked as though they had not been painted for several years. That was because a cheap paint was used not a pure paint made of pure white lead, zinc and linseed oil fully' ground and scientifically mixed as are Lampton's famous paints. "When you paint wich Lampton paints no matter what color you use you know that it is going to last you know that it is going to wear longer, look better and be more economical in every way. Come in and let us tell you more about this absolutely pure paint and let us show you the guarantee that stands behind it. 'Come and get a free Lampton's color chart. See us for anything else you want in the paint line Garnishes, finishes, brushes etc. Glad to see you. -- LAMPTON'S PAINT PRODUCTS Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Ready Mixed House Paint Double Thick House Paint Glenwood House Paint Household Paint Fine Flat Finish. Mill White. Floor Paint. Porch Paint. Concrete Paint. Enamels & Undercoat. Screen Enamel.-Wagon Will You Give Us the Chance YE Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Lampton's Carriage Top Dressing Auto Wood Fillers Flat Brick Paint Roof Paints Roofer's Cement Anti-RuMetal Paint Creosote Shingle Stains . st Paint Carriage Paint Hampton's Automobile Paint Colors in Oil, Japan & Water Lampton's Black Board Slating Lampton's Lampton's Penetrating Oil Stains Lampton's Old English Body White Lampton's Varnishes Industrial Paints : PSULL DRUG CO stock-Plymo- uth -- ss Dee Bell, charged with moonshin-ing- , Strong, husky, baby chicks, full Hon. Ralph Gilbert will please acwas arrested in Columbia last cept our thanks for flower and garden Rocks 10c and upThursday morning by Deputy Sheriff seed. setting eggs 90c a setting. Winfrey and lodged in jail. Frank Mrs. C. S. Smith, High Grade Buggies at a low Price t Jamestown, Ky.. Fresh bread at Columbia bakery ev- Call on, ery day at 11:30 and 5 o'clock in the S. F. Eubank. Keeping hubby in hot water afternoon. Three loaves for 25 cents. 23 3t 21-5- Born, to the wife of E. M. Staples, called to the change in Sulphur, Okla., was visited by Russell & Co.'s "ad" this week. They on the 24th ult., a fine daughter. ' fancy articles. are offering many a tornado which killed 6ne and See our 25c Enamel assortment. prices are right. Their ateo wrecking injured fifty, Dohoney & Uohoney. many buildings. High Grade Buggies at a low Price. Bead the statement of the Bank of Call en,- - Seven persons were killed and S. F. Eubank. Columbia. makes him hard boiled. Attention Ib n; 23 y" -- L4r!CHELF, nuau r...4r " ,.. Grinding and crushing, every day at Atlanta and Birmingham road my mill in front of Parson's shop. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Jaffrljhave fell off a trestle 50 feet high. C. L. Skaggs to their farai three miles Mary Witt, a 19 year old" War2tw,. South of town. ed 3t nine injured when a car on the wt interned e will pay soceots roc nsc'" M ,. good of myatwy rmer ren eoumty girl, chased down w. at the two kkm tmeves m a car af-leaUt Monday night mmI ours' swiit run ai ri fMP: f .J--, 6 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS nV" i div.A. -- v.t'i?t 4 .1 I Proved Last Wednesday! ".S 4 To Columbia! MIm) Viri tf "J If "P n ; Big Audience at Columbia High School Gymnasium Glen Ellison and Aita Hill in Edison Tone Test i t r u & In a test of direct comparison, made Wednesday at the C. H. S. Ojmnasium, before a large audience, the New Edison scored a complete and convincing triumph. Glen Ellison, the famous baritone, sang in direct comof his voice by the parison with the the New Edison. To every ear, there was no difference beRe-Creati- on voice. tween his living voice and his This is the most drastic phonograph test known No other phonograph has ever sustained it. No other phonograph has ever attempted it. The New Edison's marvelous performance of yesterday vindicates everything that has been said or claimed for its perfect realism. Mr. Ellison stood on the stage next to a shapely Chippendale cabinet. He began to sing. His golden notes soared over the auditorium, brinping all under its magic spell. Halfway through his song, he suddenly stopped sing Re-Creat- ed ing. The New Edison, at his side, took up his song, and continued it alone. Singer and phonograph thus alternated, throught the song. The only way the audience could be sure which was singing, was by watching Mr. Ellison's lips, so exactly like the living voice was the voice. Alta Hill made the same test of comparison with the of her piano selections. Again the same resuit there was no difference between the performance and the living performance. Proof was piled upon proof! Evidence was massed on evidence! The end of the concert found the audience absolutely and completely conviuced, though its own personal experience, that there is no difference between an by the artist's living performance and its New Edison, that listening to the New Edison is, in literal truth, the same as listening to the living artists. Re-Crea- ted Re-Creatio- ns . Re-Creat- ed Re-Creati- on The NEW EDISON I The Phonograph with a Soul Only one question can still bother your mind. This question we now answer. The instrument used in Wednesday's tests was not a special model. It was an Official Laboratory Model, taken from regular stock. Every Official Laboratory Model in our stock is guaranteed to sustain the same test of direct comparrison with living artists. You can have an Official Laboratory Model in your home. You can own an instrument which will do everything done Wednesday in the test. Come in. Hear the wonderful Official Laboratory Model for yourself. Learn about our Budget Plan, which puts our Official Laboratory Model into your home for no more than you would "pay down" for a talking machine. I - "K HERBERT THYL0R COLA7UIBI7S, -- ,. KENTUCKY, '""" tt- ?-- ....,. :& v?; j34.' :f &'! 33a 'nfcvf Fr'-V- ixrWir 1r2.. J" r. "HC - fTL 4 -i .; 'J r. :Mz - a,". m'S-lL- -- r I "7 -- f i 'tffV lCf 4.v" P TS(T jv 'f f f. H4 urnir-- n " - iiji mmm i lifi ' iMM ' '1 i m i -- u& ADAIR COUNTY: NEW I HKOVED WORM DfTERNATrONAL Every Vttcr Most Register or Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) SundaySehool f than in any other Co. cigarette at the price. Usgctt & My en Tobacco 'J y i Chestenie Id r Jp BT CIGARETTES 20 for 18c 10 for 9c Vacuum tine of 50 - 45c ofTurldsh and Domestic tobaccos blended -- M $M m For p BSfalKl iff 1 Let This Card Guide u This card will solve your problem : "What color shall I paint my house?" You can't possibly go wrong. It gives colors suitable for homes of any style of architecture, both "body colors" and "trims." It also tells about the best paint made : is. in my opinion, the best liver medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. Whiteside, of Keota.Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in my chest after eating-ti- ght, uncomfortable fee"Black-Draug- ht m Torpid m liver m o disagreeable and brought on headache. 1 was constipated and knew it was indigestion and inactive liver. 1 began the use of night and morning, and it sure is Sr ? splendid and certainly ) gives relief." Black-Draught, lingand this was very i Thetlford's BLACK-DRAUGH- 1 HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT Green Seal is a paint built to give good looks and long wear. In every way it gives the biggest possible value for your paint dollar. Formula is printed on every package. Sold by T The Smith-Minbill, known as the State-wid- e Registration Bill, passed over the Governor's (By REV. P. B. FITZWATKIt. 0. D., veto by the late General AssembTeacher of English Bible In the Moody ly, requires registration of voters Bible Institute of Chicago.) Copyright, 19Z2, Wettara Nawspaper Union. in every precinct in Kentucky. The registration bill will beLESSON FOR APRIL 9 come effective June 13, ninety THE LORD PRESERVES JOASh days after the adjournment of LESSON TEXT II Kings when all acts GOLDEN TEXT The Lord preserveth the Legislature, all them that love Him. Psalm 145:20. COURT PURGATION ELIMINATED. REFERENCE MATERIAL II Kings passed by the recent Legislature, II Chron. Matt. Upon the demand of the gov- PRIMARY TOPIC God Takes Care of not carrying emergency clauses, a Boy. become laws. erning authority of either party JUNIOR TOPIC How a Boy Became King. The new Registration law, purging of the registration in INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC A Boy Saved for a Great Career. TOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC which applies to the entire State, the cited precincts is provided The Secret of Personal and National completely, revolutionizes the for by the appointment of two Safety. system of enrolling the voters. officers whose duty it ahall be to Joash, viewed in the light of his ancestors, was a poor prospect for a king. Heretofore this has been confinpurge the polls. Demands for His grandmother was the wicked Athaliah and his great grandparents ed to cities and towns of the first purgation shall not be made afwere Ahab and Jezebel. There was four classes. Under the new ar ter September 15. Challenged enough bad blood In his veins to assure his doom. Despite this fact, he rangement every voter in the voters shall be cited to appear brought about some noble reforms and State must be registered before before the two purgation officers turned the people back to God. I. Athaliah Usurps the Throne he or she is qualified. sitting in the precinct on the (vv. The law further provides that first Tuesday after the first Mon 1. Her attempt to destroy the seed royal (vv. 1). In order to remove the Board of Election Commis- day in October. If the two pur--! any rival claimant to the throne she tried to kill all the royal male chil- sioners of each county, not later gation officers agree that the dren. than June 20, 1922, and anually registratrant has been illegally 2. Joash preserved by Jehosheba d thereafter, shall appoint for each enrolled the name shall be strick(vv. 2, 3). Though Athaliah was she was checkmated by another precinct in the county two juden from the registration book. woman. Her fatal omission was not to get rid of the women too. This ges, one sheriff and clerk to con- In the event that the two officers woman, the wife of the priest, stole registration. The reg- disagree as to the legality of any away the child and hid him in the duct the bedchamber for sir years. God had istration officers are to be chosen registration they are required to promised that through the Davidic line the Messiah should come. In from lists of eight names for reduce the facts to writing and v order that this line be unbroken Joash each precinct furnished by the certify same to the Circuit Clerk must be preserved. No purpose of governing authorities of the of the county who shall assign God can fail. II. Joaah Crowned King (vv. Democratic and Republican par- each case for hearing by the Cir1. Jehoiada's preparations (w. The high priest and his wife were in- ties, these lists to be submitted cuit Judge who ahall immediately telligent and strong characters. As on or before June 15. Stipulahear the case de novo. This . the high priest, Jeholada felt that it was his duty to thwart the heathen tion is made that the registra- does away with the pur- e project of Athaliah. Doubtless his co- tion officers must be divided gation proceedings in the Conn- operation with his wif,e made possible equally between the two parties. ty Court. Appeal to the Circuit the saving of Joash. (1) Secured the aid of the military .registration omcers are pro Court is provided for. leaders (v. 4). He knew somehow that these men were not loyal to hibited from holding any elective False registration i3 declared a Athaliah. (2) Bound them under or appointive office during their misdemeanor and is punishable solemn oath (v. 4). He took an oath of them in the house of the Lord. term or for a year following. by imprisonment in the county Honest men will stand by their word. desiring to register jail from one month to a year. Voters (3) Excited their spirit of patriotism (t. 4). He gave them a sight of the must sign the registration book, Registration officers guilty of alking's son. This, no doubt, was a great surprise. Now having seen the heir the signature to be attested by tering any registration book or to the throne they would risk everyregistration Clerk and Sheriff falsely registering any person thing, even their lives, in order to the set him on the throne. (4) In addition to the name, age and are subject to imprisonment ia The soldiers all matters (w. were divided into companies and arms sex of each registrant the de- the penitentiary from one to five Each scription shall include his or her years. Any person breaking up were distributed to them. group was assigned to specific duties. 2. The coronation (v. 12). (1) The occupation, color or race, weight or interferring with the registraking's son brought forth. This was a and height or other means of tion in an unlawful manner shall great day in Jerusalem. After six and party affiliation upon conviction be subject to a years of usurpation, the people all the identification while supposing that all the heirs to of the registrant. In the event fine of from $100 to $500 or conthe throne were dead, now to gaze upon the king's son would be a notable that the registrant slates upon finement in the county jail from event. (2) Put the crown upon him. or she cannot write six to twelve months or both. This was the formal induction into of- oath that he (3) Gave him the testimony. his or her name the clerk shall fice. Lesson 11:1-1- f 7. registration officers of the pre- - -cinct in the county to which they-- v have removed at the next regular registration day in the following July. Any registered voter upon ap-plication to the County Clerk may change his or her party affiliation on the registration books not less than sixty days-befany primary or general election. ore . -- 11:18-2- 0; 23:1-2- 1; 2:13-2- 3. -- -- ). -- keen-eye- -- : old-tim- -- f 5-1- DAVIS HARDWARE COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CO., WV For over seventy years this purely vegetable preparation has been found beneficial by thousands of persons suffering from eifects of a torpid, or slow-actiliver. ng 1 I W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE Made-foMeasu- Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, dizziness, constipation, bit- i I l 5 International re Clothes. - ter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain in back, puffiness under the eyes any or all of these symptoms often indicate that there is something the matter with your liver. You can't be too careful about the medicine you lake. Be sure that the 'name, "Thed-ford- 's Black-Draugh- t," Second Floor, Jeffries Building. COXXTMJSLA., KY. I is At all on the package. druggists. DEHLER BROTHERS 1 CO., Accept Only the Genuine. J. 79 16 Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 LOUISSZ1LLE, KY. This was a copy of the law, showing that the king was to rule according to the law of God. The act of putting the law upon his head showed that the king himself would be under the control of the law. (4) Made him king. This shows that he was made king by the choice of the people. (5) Anointed him. They poured oil upon his head. This was the usual method of consecrating prophets, priests and kings. (6) Clapped their hands. This was a token of joy. III. Athaliah Slain (vv. 1. The noise of the coronation of Joash brough Athaliah to the temple (v. 15). Up to this time she thought her place on the throne was. secure and that her heathen religion had free course. 2. Her dismay (v. 14). Upon her arrival at the temple she saw the king wearing the crown and surrounded by the guards, so that she could do nothing. In her despair she exclaimed: "Treason, treason!" How prone wicked men and women are to cry out as though they had been wronged when their wicked plots and conspiracies are exposed and thwarted ! 3. Athaliah executed (vv. 15, 1G). The orders were that she should not They led be killed in the temple. her out by the way of the horses' entrance to the king's palace and slew her. What a tragic end for the sinner! Sin can only prosper for a time. IV. Worship of the True God (vv. 13-17- sign the registration book. Any judge of a primary or general election may require a voter to sign his or her name for comparison with the signature on the registration book. The law fixes the second Monday in July each year for the registration of voters in every precinct in the State, but it is provided that this year the registration shall be held on July 10 and 11. The hours of registration are fixed from 6 a. m. to 9 p. m. In addition another registration day is provided to be held in each precinct sixty days prior to the general election. Supplemental registration before the County Clerk is done away with. REGISTER ONCE IN PRECINCT. FellYton. ). J. J. Coffey is on the-si- ck list this week,, threatened-witpneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ruberts are very feeble with complicated! diseases. Mr. D. O. Pelly purchased a lot near Garlin last week upon which he will erect a new-Mr. resi---dence. Roofing, Fencing, Hard- - ware, Contractors V"1 t H. A. Collins has been arrested at his home in Shelby county Supplies, AsDhalt, Shihgles.' I as the ring leader of the whisky distillery bandits. His arrest was the eighth in the .Mercer The Way to God. county distillery theft of $l, Prayer carries us halfway to God, 000,000 wbrth of liquor. The fasting brings us to the door of His procures us palace, and whisky has all been recovered. admission. Koran. alms-givin- g Joash was seven years old when he was made. king. The high priest made a covenant between the Lord, the king and the people that they would be the Lord's people. In carrying out this covenant they broke down the temple of Baal and slew the priest of Baal. 17, 18). AiJ . The Saddest Thing. The woman who has beauty of The saddest thing that can befall a character has little cause to wor- soul Is when It loses faith In God and woman. Alexander Smith. ry over personal defects. Advertise In The News "V--- Money goes once did. farther than it Hope and Joy. A propensity to hope and joy Is real Tiches; one to fear and sorrow, real poverty. Hume. - The law contemplates only one registration in a lifetime for the voter who remains in the same precinct. Provision is made that whenever a voter removes to another precinct in the same county, he shall apply to the County Clerk for a transfer of his registration to the proper precinct, which must be done sixty days prior to a general election. Voters removing from one county to another are required to obtain a certificate of registration from County Clerk of the county in which they are Sport writers have about registered and present same to cinched the 1922 pennants. The Old Providence church,-orgaand seats, which were-sola few weeks ago by Methodists have been purchased by the good people o this vicinity, and will remain & union church. Mr. J. F. Mills, who has been -sick for some time is no better. Mr. J. M. Ellis was at Columbia last week on business. While there seems to be great interest manifested in the road from here to the Knifley pike, it is hoped that the people here-wil- l see that it is completed, this -summer, and then we will have . an outlet to the railroad. Mr. W. S. Sinclair and wife of " Columbia, visited Mr. J. F. Mills last Sunday. Mr. Ernest Workman, who is attending school at Liberty, was-- at home last Sunday. n, d the-Souther- n 1 1 Kfr- - ,. b ..tf ADAIR CtiUNTY NEWS. Ringing Endorsement of Candidacy of Judge McGandless by ficials of eeii-expianat- members of the bar and county ofThe following petition signed the Tenth Judicial District endorsing Judge McCandless is : INSURE MITH MEN MHO KNOM !Nk county of the bar of the Tenth Judicial District, unreservedly endorse the Candidacy of Hon. D. A. McCandless for Judge of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky. By reason of constant business association with Judge McCandless for many years, we are intimately acquainted with his qualifications and fitness for this high judicial position. His long and varied experience at the bar and on the bench; his untiring industry, hard work and close application to the duties of the office; his natural judicial temperament, absolute fairness, quickness of decision and sincerity of purpose; his unquestionable integrity and unblemished character most emi nently qualify and very splen- Signed by members of the bar and Barren County ficials and members of The undersiened didly equip him for the respon sible duties of this high office" With absolute confidence we believe his election to the Appellate Bench will help to safeguard and guarantee the rights of the people on all questions coming before the highest judicial tribunal of the State for final determination. While his promotion would necessitate (the appointment of a Circuit Judge for a few months until the voters elect his successor at the following November election, yet we are perfectly satisfied and willing to undergo this smaller inconvenience for the sake of the greater public good and welfare of the people of not only our own judicial district, but 'of the entire State of officials of ?' Carlessness Causes Fire Tm & rV M w Kw sv V--- ' Jj.iM , --- v O :). I f , 'Z' Jl' 7 f JS S the following counties: Bullitt County Deputy Clerk; Cad P. Thurman, Master Commissioner. ? Attorneys: W. L. Porter, G. M. Bohan-no- tt also County Judge; C. L. Jones, J. Wood Vance, J. Lewis Williams, also Commonwealth Attorney; Basil Richardson, W. E. Jones, also Master Commissioner; Paul Greer, also County Attorney; Davis T. Ralston, W. S. Smith, also United States Commissioner: H. C. Gorin, V. H. Baird, J R. White, C. H. Hatchett, E. H. Smith, V. H. Jones, also City Attorney: B. G, Ellis. Caunty Officials: Miss Bess Howard, County Court Clerk: J. Tom Mansfield, Jailer; Walter Mansfield, Deputy Jailer; W. T. Parrish, County Road Engineer; E. F. Jewell, Circuit Clerk; Lloyd B. Clark, Deputy Circuit Clerk; Brice Leech, Mayor Glasgow; H. CountyTax Com.fE. C. Shaw, Sheriff; C. T. Powell. E. M. Matthews and L. B. Doyle, Deputy Sheriffs; W. M. Totty, County Superintendent. Attorneys: H H Glen, J R Zimmerman, C P Bradbury, also Master Commissioner. T C Carroll, also County Attorney; Ben Chapez, A E Funk, J F Combs, Chas Carroll. County Officials: Lindsay Ridgway.Co. Clerk; E E McCormick, Deputy Clerk; Chas G. Bridwell, County Surveyor: Ora L Roby, County Superintendent; O W Pearl, Circuit Clerk: J A Shelton, County Judge; E G Quick, Jailer; W F Monroe. Deputy Sheriff; A L Roby, Sheriff; J H Shafer, Coroner: Bert Shepherd, County Tax Commissioner. Kelley, Morgan Yewell, also Master Commissioner; John D Wickliffe, Wallace d, Brown also County Judge, Nat W. C P Atkinson, J Smith Barlow, E N Fulton, also Co. Attorney: Frank E Daugherty. John S Kelley, W H Fulton, Osso W Stanley. County Officials: Roby, County Clerk; Lud H McW Hal-stea- When you leave your electric flat iron even for a minute, disconnect the wire, unscrew the plug. Play safe. Your home may be sacrificed for just such a little thing as this any day. Insure in this agency, then do everything in your power to prevent a fire. Are you protected with sound insurance? Attorneys: Nelson County A Tiny Spark Causes Fire l'!filllfl,) match carelessly thrown aside may come in contact with an explosive and cause tremendous loss. Causes of explosion are often matters of negligence. Danger may be minimized with care. First, secure reliable fire insurance if you do not have it. Then give some serious thought to Fire Prevention. This agency will cooperate with you. Call or phone. Only reliable insurance can be obtained A John A Fulton, Victor Metcalfe County 'C Attorneys: J. W. Kinniard, E. M. Homines, A. J. Thompson, also Master Commissioner; G. B. Stone, James Tudor, also County Attorney; E. C. Terry. County Officials: E. D. Isenberg, County Court Clerk: Henry R. Vanzant, Circuit Court Clerk; H. R, Price, County Court Judge: P. L. Harvey, Sheriff; J. T. Edwards, Deputy Sheriff. Commissioner; James M Police Judge City Bardstown; B F Irvine, SherHagan T B Peak and Chas W iff; R L Roby, Deputy Sheriffs; Arch H Pulliam, Circuit Clerk; W T McClain, County Supt; R L Wheeler, Road Engineer; HubCan-other- Kay, Jailer; J JN Wathen. County Tax LaRue County Attorneys: D. H. Smith, Charles Williams, E. W. Creel, also Co. Attorney; L. B. Handley, Sam Y. Jones, Charles Creel, Will M. Graham. County Officials: ert Hinkle, Deputy Sheriff. Chas. Walters, County Clerk; Levi Carter, Justice Peace of LaRue County; R. W. Creel, County Judre; James R. Howell, Sheriff: J. F. Roberts, Deputy Sheriff; F. R. Miller, Circuit Clerk: J. P. Ash, Jailer. D P Munford, Deputy Jailer; W M Miller, Attorneys: H A Watkins, C B Dowlinsr, W H Strange, also County Attorney; C B Larrimore, F W Wheeler, C R Carden, E L Vass. County Officials: W H Atterberry, County Clerk; J T Crutch-e- r. Sheriff; B F Bacon, County Road Engineer; C E Nichols, County Judge; J A Boyd, Jailer; W H Broady, Justice Peace Hart County: A E Harper, Circuit Clerk; I H Wood, Master Commissioner Hart County here. Advertisement. -- ing her brother, J. L. Darnell, last Thursday. Mr. Percy Cox, of Green counBY T. EARLE WILLIAMS. The sick of this community are ty, was at Gadberry Saturday all on the mend. Sunday. The No. 3 on the L. D. Potts Mr. B. F. Chewning, of Colum- and farm, in Irish bottom, owned by bia, spent a few days of last North Columbia Frank Snead and others of Louis- week with his son Mr. R. H. ville, Ky., will be drilled in this Chewning this place. Spring has put in its appearweek. No's. 1 and 2 are on the Rev. Marrs filled his regular ance out here and things are pump and the latter is reported appointment at Aspberry last turning green in a hurry, in fact to be pumping 35 bbls. per day. 4th Sunday morning and Sunday a few of us fellows stayed green The Southern Oil & Refining night. all winter. Co. No. 1 on the T. M. Glidewell Miss Mayme Davis spent last The Sunday bchool at Hutchifarm at Brush "creek is drilling Saturday night and Sunday with after being held up for some Misses Mollie and Ruth Morris. son school house has reorganized, and will begin the first Sunday time on account of high water. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Farris and in April. The Cresent Oil Co'a No. 2 on son, Edward, and Mr. and Mrs. the Lela Keen farm, on Bear W. G. Whitney spent last Sun- Travel through the swamp is very good these times, is drilling at 465 ft. and day with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Squires Brothers delivered to will be drilled to the second Farris and family. Phelps Brothers, twenty one fat "Sunny Brook" sand. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Whitney hogs, averaging 175 pounds. The McCHntock Oil Co. No. 2 and two children were the guests Mr. Herbert Smith was on the on the G. W. Coop Jr. farm, Sulof Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Whitney, sick list , a few days of last phur Creak, is drilling and is ex of Hatcher, last Sunday. week. pected in about the first of the Mr. Noel Page, of Cane Valley, coming week. We need more girls in this has had another attack of rheu- part of the world. Some of our Lynch, Wick & McKee, are matism, we wish for him a girls have to talk to "from two to daily expecting to bring in their speedy recovery. five fellows at a time, and that No. 1 on the G. W. Coop Sr. farm Rev. Marrs spent last Sunday is asking too much of them, and C. A. Gartlan, is 200 ft. and with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris. is very discouraging to the drilling on his well on the Wix Cumberland County Oil News. Coburg. Reed Brothers INSURANCE OF -- A.LX KINDS Phone 49. ONLY RELIHBLE Columbia, Kentucky. INSURANCE CHN BE OBTAINED HERE. games last week, on account of the bookeeper not being well enough to keep the score. George Smith calls for his cat fish every time he is near the creek, but so far he has had no answer. We understand that George Hood has invented a new one man saw, but he will not let any one see it until he gets patent right proven. Mr. Charlie Scott has been en- 444"fr"fr system installed. 4444"fre4 NOTICE: Having resumed operations, since our recent bum-ou- t, we have had several calls for Kerosine. We wish to announce that system, and for this reason we are going to install, a we will not put any Kerosine on the market untill we get this For the present we have both high and low gravity Gasoline on the market, and we invite your attention to our motto of PATRONIZING HOME INDUSTRY. system installed and As soon as we get this turning out an A-- l Kerosine, you will be notified through go to the columns this paper. tertaining his neighbors with some splendid music on his new graphophone. Miss Delia Smith visited her grandmother at Gadberry, last Saturday. Rushville 4 The Carnahaiv Oil Refining C. Co J. Davidson, Mgr. Creelsboro, Kentucky, Illinois. 9"Q"0II0"Q"Q4& CRBH7tfS: 4 4 8"&9"9"Q"6"Q"& fel-ow- s. Donaldson farm at Neeley's Fer- Gadberry. ry. Farmers are behind with their J. A. Gartlan, and others are crops on account of bad weather. drilling on the Millard Kerr farm Mrs Callie Loy is sick at this on Kettle creek, particulars as to writing. the depth etc. not known. James Gadberry and iamily E. E. Palmore and others, were visiting Mr, and Mrs. Frank while moving a rig to the J. T.1 Gadberry Sunday. Smith farm on Kettle Creek had Mrs. Birdie Darnell received a the misfortune to break some message from Carrolton, Mispart of the rig and aa a result souri, Thursday, that her brother are delayed temporarily. Barnie Taylor was dangerously -- J. B. Pierce, Elizabethtown, ill. v March 26, 1922 Mr. H. G. Chilson has spoken Editor News: to W. R. Squires to capture a As" I havn't renewed my home Norwegian bull frogs and paper, will send you a check for pair of save them for him. Mr. Chilson two dollars. We are allways says that he wants them to drive glad to get the paper. Things double to his buggy, look fine here. Wheat is looking Mr. Aaron Rogers wishes to fine. I hauled off my wheat last hear from persons who expect to week for $1.30 a bushel. Corn need tobacco pegs this time. Mr. is sixty and hogs are ten. I have Rogers has a good barlow knife, a nice bunch to sell. The eighth J3J SEPHRHTOR iTKy.,, G. S. Patterson, Shepherds- Several from this place attendville, Ky., Geo. H. Schroers, ed the music party at Mr. W. T. I Franklin, Ky., A. S. McCHntock, Loy's, last Saturday night, and Cleveland Ohio., and Edward reported a nice time. iXynch.J. W. McKee, G. A. Hook Mr. and Mrs. Joel Darnell vis ..and H. H. Hook Jr. of Pittsburg, ited Mr. and Mrs. Lizzie Taylor iPa. were among the visitors here Sunday. this week. m , New machine shuffles deals cards. Mabe you can go to berry Sunday. Mn. R, T. Gadberry was visit feed and let it play the game out, Mr. and Mrs. Vanas Sharp and spent the day with R. T. Gad- and enjoys making pegs. day of last December, God bless We know of one or two fellows ed us with a fine Democrat boy, who claim that they live fastid- his name is Philip Follie Jr. iously. They say that means This makes us six boys. Illinois that they have greens, hog jowl, will go Democaatic soon, Times eggs, corn bread and half moon have been dull here, and lots of pies. farmers have gone broke and Leonard Murrell has started had to leave the farm, but times his huxter wagon again, and are much better now, We enjoy says he will buy anything with the letters in the paper, and feathers on it, from a humming would like to see more from the bird to an ostrich, he wiil also west end of the county. buy your hen fruit. R'espt., -- - t,v Uncle Joe and W. R. lost three P. W. Adair County. Pickett. If you are Interested, write me at'Knifley. Kentucky K. R. CHELF, Agent, of i r ". t ms of iv4i m L" Xr'rn . lK -- w.3e M ?J .'m ;. fe - X. st: I