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Bere is a law passed by the last L&gislacure, that we are satisfied but few oersons in Adair county have read: Every citizens of Kentucky who owns a pistol or revolver Ib required to register it with the county court clerk of the county in which he resides and every dealer who handles pistols must pay annual license fee of $25 under provisions of a law which was passed by the general assembly The law was proposed in answer to an increasing demand throughout the state for some law wh'ch would limit the practice of carrying pistols so prev alent in some sections. It was urged on behalf of the law that a require ment to register pistols would act as a deterrent to crime. A fee of one,dollar is requirtd with the registration of the pistol and the county clerk is required to furnish the secretary of state with a complete list of all persons registering pistols in his county. Any person convicted of not registering his gun shall be subject to a fine of from $5 to $200 or confinement in jail for thirty days to six months. A similar penalty is provided for any dealear who fails to obtain a license to buy and sell pistols. Any unregistered pistol will be forfeited to the commonwealth and sold by the sheriff. Safety Expert Emphasizes HAMBONE'S MEDITAUOffS BOUT ME SWINE T' SLEEP SUNDAY MAWNIN' IN CHU'CH , BUT AH VYA'nt AH EK-SLfc- &P StfK togs t Her Mttker. 4-iJ gratifying to Buchanan Lyon Company, who handle the Ford machinery, to see so many farmers in Campbellsville, last Tuesday, who were there to witness a demonstration ofFordson Tractors. About twenty farmers of Adair county went over and four or five gentlemen who are engaged in other pursuits. It was an interesting sight to observe how accurately and rapidly the Foidson turned tm 'ground. After several demonstrations, a machine was driven to the Alhambra, Theater, and in front of which, machinists took it apart and showed how it was made, proving its entire reliability. The crowd was then invited into- the theater and several reels were run, showing the crude - It was very DEYS LAU6HIM' tt pfPercussion Caps. Next Friday night will be the regular meeting of Columbia Chapter Royal Arch Mssons. The Mark Master's degree will be conferred. Next Monday night, the 17th, ,the Blue Ledge will confer the third degree on two. Masons in good standing are See our line of Fqgniture, Rags, Druggets, Saddles and Harness.' Furkin & Keene. yPne of the gravest dangers to life, liBib and property lurks in the deadly percussion cap and railroad signal torpedo carelessly misplaced by persons accustomed to using them, it was de- glared bv G. H. McClain, manager of tne Louisville Safety Council, who JES PLAYIN' POSSUM OH COUNT pE WAY DE PAHSON VUZ TECHIhl' OP WE-Ai i SINNUHS.' LL when dugged, and process of making unon through the til the machine was completed and was ready for the field. At the dinner hour the Buchanan Lyon Company showed their appreciation of the many who were in attendance, and a meal ticket was given each visitor. The representatives of Adair county consider that they were well paid for the trip, and we understand that a number of the Adair county farmers are praising the Fordson, and it is more than likely that a number of sales will be made in this county. The Buchanan Lyon Company are interested in farm ork and they want to see the horney handedjsons of toil in possession of machines that will more than save half their labor. A machine that will pay for itself in two years should be secured. We want to see progressive farming, and will, as soon as farmers purchase machinery that do rapid and accurate work. iron as it appeared Copjrrttft..X9zi by McCiu NewipjpwSyirtleitfc A Glee Club. We learn from our exchanges that a number of towns in Kentucky have a glee club that furnishes vocal music for their respective towns on quiet evenings. There are a number of young men about Columbia who have splendid voices, and when all parts are carried there is not more delightful music. We would suggest that'a sufCream Station. ficient number of young men of this place organize a club, send and get For the interest of the people I will popular songs, practice and then make in a short time operate a cream sta- the welkin ring with melody. tion in my store for the Kentucky Ladies misses and childrens ready to r- H I will appreciate your wear hats, You Creameries. will be delighted with 24-small-po- x have been reported. The I trust the people in the prices. W. R. Hutchison. patronage and Miss Julia Eubank. disease, so we are told, is In a mild Cane Valley. and around this community will take CiJaU)nce. form. Ladies. Gents, Ladies and childrens great interest in this new enterprise in For The fiscal Court of Adair county, Get more goods for less money at, spring and summer footwear see my Cane Valley. We have just received Big Line taking it as a whole, is composed of This Season'. Millinery is the most , W. R. Hutchison, -A line of, Star Brand shoes for thej are sensible, thinking men. We were trorgeous and. springlike we have ever Stoves and Ranges, Harness of all W. R. Hutchison. Cane Valley. W. R. Hutchison. better. present last week when a number of had. Come in and see the new hats, kind. Farm Implements, all kinds 25-- tf Cane Valley. claims were presented, not authorized made in all the new materials such as Hardware. Prices right. If next Sunday should be a bright, by law, but seemed meritorious warm day, there will be many fine The Straw cloth, Visca, Neapolitan, Bar-- , iome Better. Davis Hardware Co. Will Take Up Oiling the Mreets. members of the Court did not hesitate ronette, Satins, Taffetas, Grosgrain hats and dresses on exhlblton. A pretty Easter brings out the girls. to ask questions, and did not vote for and Faile, silks combined with the Eggs for Sale. Mr. W. M. Wilmore, a prominent Last week, after the News was way. It show- beautiful new braids and embroidered claims in a haphazard printed and circulated about town, citizen of Gradyville, who has been ed plainly that it wanted a thorough COMMISSIONER'S SALE. in the Shells, Perriwinkles, match-head- s, White Plymouth Rock, 50 cents for we asked the Chairman of the Munic- alarmingly ill for ten days, is believed understanding of a proposition before firecrackers and Ribbonzeen. 15. ipal Board what he thought about oil- to be a little better, and there Is now voting. was further in evidence You will be delighted with the prices It R A. McKinley Pltff Mrs J. C. Hood, Columbia, Ky. ing the streets of Columbia He said some hopes of his recovery. All his that the County Judge and County as well as vs the novelties. ) 24 2t Lonzo Barrett Deft that it ought to be dono, but that the children, who live at different pointB Attorney were strictly opposed to the In my store you will find everything By virture of a Judgment and Order first thing the Board intends doing were called to his bedside and are yet recklessly expenditure of the .county's Miss Julia Eubank. Next Sunday will be Easter, Have of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renwith him. Dr. Garnett Miller, his is to grade the principal streets, and 24-funds. your hat ready. and wife arrived the first of dered at the March Term, thereof, "as soon as that is done, we intend to 1922, in the above cause, for the sum last week, and Mr. J. A. Wilmore, a On April 15, at 9 a. m. 1922, we will The coming of spring and the aptake up oiling the same. There is no One of the most suggestive adverdoubt but this should be done. Peo- brother, of Loraine, Ohio, reached be at the Plumpoint Bridge, to receive proaching fair has started horse train- tisement we ever saw is in the front of $274 57 with the interest .at the ple living on juhe principal streets are bis bedside last Thursday night. All bids for flooring same. We want White ing. There is not a day now but you door of Davis Hardware Store. It is rate of 6 per cent per annum from the very much annoyed by dust. They that can be done by pnysicians and Oak lumber.f ree from heart crack and see harness horses stepping a lively a full grown man, a painter by trade, 14 day of March 1922, until paid, and 862 00 costs herein, I shall proceed to decayed spots. Sound knots will be re- gait over our streets. Also people are 'compelled to keep their doors members of the family is being done holding a brush and a buket uf Hanna offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door ceived as same a clear lumber. We who own fine saddle horses are rubshut And windows down, and in doing Paint. It is the most life like picture in Columbia, Ky., to Notice. the highest bid-de- r, want the bid made for lumber deliv- bing and exercising them daily. The that they cannot keep the dust from we have noticed. at Public Auction, on Monday ered by the hundred. managers of the fair think the prosthe interior of the residences, and beliberty Squire Wolford, We publish elsewhere a sketch of the 1st day of May, 1922, at One pects fine for a successful meet. sides it is very unhealthy to have to Parties, who are takiug the Squire Rice. live in that way. We hope that the of entering the fair grounds in cars the life of Mr. Sidney Dunt r, who o'cioctc, p. m., or thereabout (being Ira Hutchison has exhibited at this died last week in Lincoln con r.y. He County Court), upon a credit of Three Board will see its way clear to order and driving overthe track are doing Gas Franchise, office a Spanish coin bearing the date was one of the best known men in months, the following described propthis very necessary work at an early the association a great injustice, by of 1717. It has some lettering on it, day. The sentiment of the residents damaging the the track and causing Monday, county court day, the Russell county where he was irn and erty, towit: One sixteen horse power coin is considerably worn. of Columbia are decidedly in favor of much trouble and cost to the Associa franchise of the town of Columbia, but the reared. He was also knew a to a Russell Compound Englner"and'-on- 9 This piece of money is considerably great many men in Adair county. Red River Special Separator. For the this move. After the News went to tion. This must be stopped. Those for the use of the streets in laying of older than the coin exhibited by Mr its readers, last week, quite a number who continue to trespass in this man- mains for the supplying of natural The sketch is from the Stan I d Jour- - purchase price, the purchaser, with Cravens, last week. When it was approved surety or securities, must spoke to us, saying, "we are glad to ner, will be held to accouot for their gas, for a period of twenty years, was nal. started in circulation it was perhaps execute Bond, bearing legal interest conduct. sold to Mr. Cheuvront, of Campbellssee that you are agitating the oiling f WichDr. T. L. Higgenbotham, valued at 25 cents. from the day of sale until paid, and The Columbia Eair Association. ville. We understand that Mr. of the streets." Delicate people say Kansas, an eye, nose at ( throat having the force and effect of a. Judgita, they can not live through the hot Cheuvront stated that everything There are ten metal containers placspecialist, will be at Creelsl oro, for ment. Bidders will be prepared to Trial Continued. would be in operation in time to sup-l- ed around the public square, by order summer days without this protection. ten days, after the 10th of Vs.y Will comply promptly with these terms. Oil the streets should be the watch Columbia with gas during this of the municipal board, in which all arrange for a day in Columbi if call The examining trial of George Coffey year. word of every body in Columbia. trash from stores and other business ed. Address him now at C Isboro, W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. com- Sheriff, S. F. Coffey, The health of the people of this A. C. C. F H. Winfrey, We now have a full line of Furni heuses are to be put. A wagon will Ky. If the patient is not a munity is worth more than anything Deputy Sheriffs, and Elmer Miller, to pay, else. "Prevent diseases" comes dally to Rugs Druggets, Saddles and Har be around every few days to haul off the Doctor will give attentiq gratis. Strong, husky, baby chicks, fuIE Deputy Jailer, charging them with ture, this office from the State Board of ness. Call and see them and get our the containers, empty the trash, and 25 5t stock Plymouth Rocks 10c and up. shooting and killing C. Van Arsdale Health. return them. By following this order prices. Furkin & Keene Setting eggs 90c a setting. and wounding Teddy Morrison, in the the square can be kept clean. Walker has pi based a Mjf. Doc Oliver Mrs. C. S. Smith, Now is plowing season. For Keltner precint, two weeks ago, came Mr. Cortez Sanders, the former new Ford from Buchanan L n 21 5b Jamestown, Ky. Chilled plows and repairs see, on for trial Saturday forenoon. The sheriff of Adair county, now has a County Judge Jeffries and the en- pany. It has all the l1" W. R. Hutchisoson, Commonwealth not being ready the desk at the First National Bank. He forcement officers are doing good work ments. Doc is now at t" The Fiscal Court was in session five Cane Valley. case was continued until Tuesday, is a reliable business man, one who in Adair county. Moonshine whisky singing "Rock Me Light an ' isy." days of last week and the usual amount; 2. man killed and the man It is a 85.00 fine to throw trash on May The about an illicit still has many friends, and there is not a is becoming scarcer and scarcerp and of claims allowed. wounded were doubt but he will do his work to the the County Judge says that he intends I have just returned from .a city the streets, the square or alleys. Put which the officers went to destroy. satisfaction of the Directory and the to drive the moonshiners from the Goods arriving every di I have DeMolay Sewing Machine at it in the garbage cans, and save cost. The facts in the case were published patrons of the institution. Mr. San- county. All good citizens should side boards. Also cooking ves and Dotaiey & Deheiey. in our iasue of last week. ders will be pleased to see his friends back the officers in their efforts to Ranges. Ladies' Shoes aou 'ppers. Notice. at his now place of business. make this a law abiding county. J 1 Neat. Fresh bread at"CoIumbIa bakery evBefore buying see our line of spring ery day at 11:30 and 5 o'clock la tha All Graded School Tax is long past and summer dress goods Our prices Pie supper at the Christian Church, The lot sale at Knifley, this csunty, W. M. Wilson has be Imploy- - afternoon. Three loaves for 25 cents. Prof. W. R. Hutchison, ue. Unpaid Tax is now in the hands are right. for the benefit of the church, next last Saturday, was a big success. Six- ed for next year by the Boaxt f TrusCane Valley. Saturday night at Glenville. of the Sheriff with instructions ty lots were sold at from $20 to $50 per tees of the Catlettsburg Schools. He High Grade Buggies at a low Priced-Ca- ll regardless of any to collect en, The Campbellsville Brass Band, is a splendid Superintendent and all that may be made by anyone for Do not be in a hurry about pitting When i: need of Hardware and har-- lot. S F. Eubamkw lednyMr. G. W. Lowe, this place, who are intertted in" CUB Cattettsbure I oat your garden. Of course peu and aesssee R. Hutchison, nrtptylBg. I music. 2?3c furnished the Schools are delighted with him; potatoes should be planted. Brace Montgomery. Cane Valley 26 -2t son-in-la- cited the case of James Crawford, 14 years old, son of B. F. Crawford, blind and in a serious condition at the Nortoh Memorial In firmary, as the result of an explosion of a dynamite cap he had found Tuesday. "People who use percussion caps and railroad torpedoes get careless," said Mr. McClain. "It is the old case of familiarity breeding contempt They become so accustomed to handling these explosives that they often be come careless. It is not only dangerous, it is criminal negligence. "Quarry and mine workmen and farmers using dynamite to blow out stumps frequently place these explosives where children have access to is just like leaving poison in them. the bathroom. In time it will harvest its toll. "All parents should instruct their children concerning the danger of toy ing with caps, torpedoes, gunpowder and' chemicals. The children should with the hazard of ever exploding anything. I have known casefe where boys having chemical sets made their own powder. Some may 'escape, but every now and then there and some child's eyes are is destroyed. Louisville Times. Trli young boy, who perhaps will lose both his eyes, is a cousin of Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, this place. Eliz-abethtow- It New York. April 7. Miss Olivia M. P. Stone, graduate nurse, who was acquitted by a Supreme Court jury in Brooklyn last night of the murder of Ellis Guy Kinkead, former Corporation Counsel of Cincinnati, is going to hurry home to her aged mother in Ky., as soon as she can arrange her affairs here, she said today. Fear that newsof her troubles would upset her mother was one. of Miss Stone's greatest concerns all thrdugh the period between Kinkead's slaying and her trial. She managed to keep her mother in ignorance of the case until the trial was nearly over, when Mrs. Stone learned of it, and sent her a tender letter of sympathy. Miss Stone spent last night at the home of Mrs. John Gross, one of the matrons at Raymond-stree- t jail, In which she had been imprisoned. She went back to the jail after receiving her freedom, intending to sleep in her cell, but changed her mind at Mrs Gross' insistence. Today she went shopping for new clothes and took temporary quarters at the Young Women's Christian Association in Brooklyn. Tomp-kinsvill- e, "The telephone line from here to Gradyville is owned principally by Gradyville people. We are sorry to state that it has been out of commission for several weeks. Interested parties should pet busy and repair the line. Cottage for rent. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. Last Friday evening, just after dark, John Riley Rainwaters, who is in jail, charged with a theft, dug himself through the outer wall and escaped. Officers got on his trail and fonnd him under McKinley's fertilizer house, and returned him to the Jailer. If in need of oils, paints and nishes, call on, var- W. R. Hutchison. Cane Valley. County Clerk S. C. Neat has recently issued marriage licenses to the folmy store you will find everything lowing couples: Dewoy Conover to In new that is used in Millinery this Annie Helm, Rollin Coomer to Fannie season. Below is information as to Stotts; Wmi Monday to Ellinor D. Perriwinkle, Moss. new colors. Canna, Pumpkin, SerBonfire, Tile Blue, Save your child. Do not let it pentine. Longbeach. Rapids, Majolica, breathe through its mouth. Tangerine, Orchid, Rubeilite, Venice. 25-Come in and see all the new things. They "are so bright and pretty, will Down beyond Breeding, in Metcalfe make you feel cheerful just to look. and Cumberland a number of cases of ot To My Customers. y ex-co- m ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS them out Indefinitely. Laud stood so close to the door his face could not be seen, but he held a rifle in his bands, pounding-'witthe stock on the wood, as he angrily demanded admit- COMRADES of 2 tance. "Come on out of there, yer big fool," be roared, maddened by the silence. Kill fnn 'Mi I tSllliHIiil HI! PERIL ? lj i Hi JIUI 9 7 JT . Ttllli -- I Vlfl'lflll' i 'By Randall Tarrfsh Copyright A. C McClurg & Co. CHAPTER V. The wedding takea Uco and the couple sot out for Shelby's wuich. "With them Is the "Kid," Mack-11whom Shelby has hired as a helper ea the ranch. On the way the girl tells bar husband her name is Olga. Carlyn, and also tells him something of the peculiar circumstances of her life. CHAPTER a, (A MwS&mmm horses. Returning, he is struck from behind by an unknown assailant Hours later he recovers consciousness, to find that his wife and the "Kid" have disappeared. He starts in pursuit. the bouse, Shelby goes to care for the VI. Leaving his wife In ' 1) His Finger Still Clutched on Shelby's CHAPTER VII. Shelby overhears a conversation between two outlaws that throws some light on his wife's history. Ee learns she Is an heiress and that her aMuctlon has been planned. He also learns that she has been taken to "Wolves Hole," a haunt of bandits and sA" Indians. The whereabouts of the place Is unknown to Shelby, though Its reputation as a resort of criminals is widespread. CHAPTER VIIL Shelby lays plan to rescue bis wife. He is discovered by "Indian Joe" Laud, the leader of the mtlaws, and forced to accompany him ;fcto the stronghold. There Shelby makee .'friends with a Mexican girl, Fancha, who Is betrothed to Macklin and Jealous. CHAPTER IX. Imprisoned by Laud, Shelby escapes with Pancha's help. She (Bides him to a secctre hiding place but refases to reveal the whereabouts of his wife. ly CHAPTER X. After a night's resl Shelby leaves his shelter, seeking hit 'wife's prison. He discovers it, an old Jog cabin, and finds Olga. Their reunion Is Interrupted by the arrival of Macklin. CHAPTER XL Confident that Shelby is dead, believing him to have been killed at the ranch, Macklin declares his intention of marrying Olga, the widow. Laud appears, and while they are talking Macklin is shot by a concealed assassin. Shelby fights with Laud, but is worsted, and the outlaw escapes. He returns with friends, and Shelby and his wife defend the cabin. Laud obeyed, his face ugly and threatening, and Shelby took a step closer, the strip of blanket In his lxands, his revolver thrust back Into his belt. "What Indian Joe saw will never be known; perhaps a slight wavering In the eyes of the girl, per haps an Instant lowering of her gun. But it was enough. All his hate and treachery drove him to a desperate gripped him fiercely by the throat, and the two went headlong to the floor. Olga fired, but without aim, missing them both, and dare not pull the trigger again, so tightly were the men grappled, as they rolled back and forth In frenzied effort to obtain mastery. Shelby, taken completely by surprise, was at a disadvantage, his throat crushed by sinewy hands, his loosened revolver flung half across the room. He could only struggle tc break the hold of his antagonist, rolling over and over, and forcing the fellow's head back with every ounce of strength he could bring into play. They were not unevenly matched, the two Shelby the younger, and perhaps the stronger; but Laud a skilled fighter, hard as nails, and ready to report to any trick. Moreover, he knew what he had set out to accomplish, and bent every effort to prevent the frightened girl from getting a shot at him. He hung on. his straining hands, like a vise, twisting tighter and tighter Shelby's shirt band, careless of any injury to himself so that he kept tlie body of the latter in protection between him and Olga's revolver. Y'et, with every move, every straining whirl of their bodies, he gained an inch nearer the open door. He fought like an animal, sinking his teeth into Shelby's flesh, and driving his knees Into his body. It was silent, bitter fighting, every muscle strained to the utmost, and the squaw man won. They knocked over the bench, and crashed out' through the partially open door, rolling down the single step into the weeds. Laud landed on top. his, fingers still clutched on Shelby's throat, the latter half unconscious. Crazed, maddened as he was, the one desire to escape overcame his eagerness to Mil, and Indian Joe, cursing, struck once at the upturned face, leaped to his feet and plunged into the sheltei of the weeds. Shelby, gasping painfully for breath, scarcely yet fully realizing what had occurred, lay motionless but for the quivering of his limbs. Indeed, he had scarcely forced open his eyes when Olga was beside him. "You you are alive? He did not kill you?" He endeavored to smile, lifting himself upon one elbow. "No, no; I am all right." he gasped. "The fellow got my throat, and I couldn't break his hold. The treach- erous hound got me that time. I was aAool, and" off my guard; It Is no of yours; I should have taken o chances with ,flie dog. Where did . . he:go?" '' "Down there, through the weeds to the creek; he had a horse flown ---'fa- a wild beast, he sprang chance. With the maddened leap of upon Shelby, Throat. "And rode away?" "I think so ; I am not sure. I cared for nothing then but you; I thought perhaps he had killed you." Shelby struggled to his feet, his strength returning, although he scarcely could swallow, and every "Come on Out of There, Yer Big Fool." word he uttered pained him. "That devil will be back; the Hole "We saw yer go back Inside an' we've Is full of Indians. Our only chance got yer this time. Come on, now; I is to get away before he can gather a won't ask you again 1" bunch of his kind together." "On what terms?" "Get away? Where?" Shelby asked this more to prolong "Up the bluff; the place in which I delay than anything else. The felRid last night. But wait; my revollows knew they were there, and It was ver is Inside the cabin." useless to pretend otherwise. He started back, and Olga followed "Terms h II" and Indian Joe closely. Standing upon the step, and burst out into a loud laugh. "Hear looking down the valley, his head now the cock crow, Hanley. We'll make above the level of the surrounding terms when we get hands on yer, yer weeds, Shelby's teeth clinched tightly darn sneaking spy. Only Til say this : to keep back an oath, and his eyes yer'll get it harder if yer hang on after darkened. we do get yer an', by God! we'll get "There's no time left," he said grim- yer, sooner or later." ly, pointing, "Laud has got his gang "We'll take chances, Laud, and the already; we're sure up against It fun Is not going to be all on one side." now." "It won't, hey! So yer goin ter Even as she stood beside him, fight? All right; but there's more straining her neck to see, ttie ca o' this outfit comin'. an' yer a blamed dence of a wild whoop came echoing Idiot ; if we can get yer no other way to them from the distance; Laud and I reckon we can burn yer out Come the Indians were coming across the on, now ; save time and and open up !" flat, riding straight for the cabin, and He struck hard and angrily with his lashing their ponies as they came. gunstock, but the stout wood held. "Are are they after us?" she Shelby made no answer, again bending sobbed, grasping his arm, "are are low and peering out through the naryou sure?" row opening. The obstinate silence "No doubt of it; that's Laud a lead-Imust have maddened the follow, for 'em. Them Injuns will do whathe suddenly reversed his weapon and ever he says. Come in quick; we got fired. The ball crashed through the to fight it out here. I reckon there wood, leaving a jagged hole, and Imain't much chance, but I'm likely to bedded Itself In the solid log of a get some o that outfit. Hurry, Olga; back wall. Before the smoke blew there ain't no time to lose." away Shelby replied, sighting out He crashed the door shut, and flung through the small aperture, determined to make every shot count. The nearthe bar into place; then dragged forward the heavy bench and braced it est white man flung up his arm which as best he could. He had to feel dripped blood, grabbed It and ran; along the floor to recover his lost the crouching Indian behind, crumweapon, and before he could straightpled up as though crushed by some en up again, the wild chorus of yells sudden weight and never moved. Laud rang out cloe at hand, mingled with sprang backward, startled by the the sound of horses crashing recklessswift response frtifca within, the smoke ly through the maze of weeds, almost swirling up between his fingers, and Shelby let drive. Whether the speed-ta- g to the very door. He was the fighting man now. enol and eager. He looked bullet struck or missed he never gave one straight into her eyes. knew, but the squaw-ma- n startled leap into the concealment of "You are not frightened, little girl?" am; but but I am not the weeds, fell headlong, and then "Oh, yes went scrambling down to the bank of going to break down you you don't the stream. It was all so swiftly acneed to be afraid for me." "I'm not; I know the real thing complished as to seem like a flashlight picture. When the smoke cloud rolled when I see it. You'll stay till h away not a figure was to be seen. dn freezes over. Only see here first you know who these devils are out Shelby stood up, grimly smiling, and there?" replaced the cartridges In his weapon. "Sioux Indians, ain't they?" The end was not yet, but he had taught them a lesson in caution. "Ay, and the worst of the tribe; For a moment, blinded by gazing out outcasts, hell hounds, and the white man with 'em is no better. There Into the sunlight, he could see nothain't goin' to be no mercy in this fight ing clearly about him, not even the Whatever happens, don't you let 'em figure of Olga. "Where are you?" he take you. Maybe they'll get me first, asked. "Here, by the other door. What has but if they do, you keep a shot in your gun. You know what I mean?" happened?" He laughed, put at ease by the quick The lines about her mouth hardwas a semblance of 'the response of her voice. ened; there "Oh, I took pot shot out through old sullen look in her eyes. "I know, Tom Shelby," she said a hole In the wall. I thought we steadily. "Dad Calkins used to tell might as well start the ball; Joe was me that before I ever met you. I ain't getting so gay. Touched up two of them; now they'll go back and talk goin to be made prisoner." lips it over." He gulped In his throat, his "Sure ; the Indians will be for waitgrim and hard-se"Maybe you'd shake hands?" he ing till night, an' that ain't far off. asked doubtfully. "Seems to me I'd What are you doing down there?" There was a note of startled surrather like It if you did." will," and she thrust prise in her voice. "Of course I "Why, this Is strange! I I hadn't out both hands to him in sudden eagernoticed before; I was too frightened, ness. "Why shouldn't I, Tom Shelby? perhaps but, come quick; Macklln's I like you." could scarcely body Is not here! It it is gone!" In the darkness she see his face, but she felt the grip of CHAPTER XII. his fingers and caught the eagesV tren' 1 have gone to? There ain't but one way j out 'from this shack an' he sure didn't go out there." "No, he couldn't," her voice quavering. "We would have seen him If he had." "Seen him! Of course, we would. He must have revived and crawled away. You bet, there ain't no mystery about it Dead men ain't raovln' around an' there ain't no angels comin' down to carry that cuss off. What's happened Is. he got back strength nougti to crawl. Likely he got into that back room out o' sight. Anyhow I'm goin to find out what's happened. You keep an eye at that hole in the wall yonder, while I scout around a minute. If you see anything movin' in shootin' distance, just blaze away. Don't hesitate a moment" She went forward as he told her without a word and stared out. yet nervously turning her head about at the slightest sound. Shelby waited a moment, listening, and then stepped confidently forward across the threshold of the inner door. He bad no doubt that he would discover Macklin dead or alive, outstretched on the floor. The fellow must be there; he could have gone nowhere else. The place was as black as night; a step beyond the entrance and he had to grope his way blindly, unable to distinguish a single object. There was something grim and ghastly In feeling about with his feet for an unseen body. Then the fellow might still be alive, even dangerous. He stopped at the disquieting thought and spoke sharply into the gloom. Come, "Are you there, Macklin? speak up; nobody is going to hurt you." i ifcUi-L- L UEtfPTirreMRWFiEi rr Ah! Thffi's Real Paint As you dip your brush into the heavy lead body of Kur-Fa-Ci-te Purs Paint e A high-grad- varnish stain for furniture, woodwork any color. floors, and Granitoid Floor Paint Put it on day to- you instantly realize why it covers (hides) and protects the surface so much better. There isn't any magic about it Kurfees is just better paint. Good painters use and recommend it because it contains more pure lead per gallon. Look at the formula: Pure Carbonate Lead Pure Zinc Oxide walk on 80 20 100 it w. There was no response, no moveof breath. enamel. Shines like ment no sound of a groan, no pulsing It's surprising the small amount of Kurfees required to paint a house right. Let us figure the amount for you and show you the beautiful color selections. We have them The stillness was intense, horrible. Shelby gripped himself and began to advance slowly, guiding his passage along the wall, expecting every Instant to encounter some obstacle. His groping feet touched nothing. Inch by Inch he explored the floor of the room, the perspiration beginning to stand in drops on his forehead. There was no body lying there, no form of a man, either living or dead ; the place was absolutely unoccupied. He could hardly believe this true; his mind refused to grasp the fact; he came back to the door dazed and unnerved. All nature, all reasoning told htm the man must be somewhere within the cabin; any other thought was simply Impossible; yetNvhere? He had already explored every Inch of surface to no result. So bewildered and was he before this mystery that he was even startled at the girl's voice asking an eager question. "Is he there? Did you find him?" "No; he's gone as though he had a pair of wings." "But how could he get out?" "That's what I say. Everything Is solid; no human could vanish through these walls; there Isn't a window not boarded up and only that one door. We wasn't outside ten minutes, nor ten feet away from the step. A rat couldn't have passed without bein' seen. Blamed if It don t make me shiver, for, by thunder, however it happened, he ain't here; he ain't nowhere in this cabin. An'," he added, peering at the floor, "there ain't no trail o' blood to show that he crawled away; just that little pool what he dum-founded Kurfees makes a Paint for every Purpose BHRGER BROS, COLUMBIA, KY. jBklfv VP m r JP 13-- B. gLgi 13-- A 1 I t. peared somewhere; the vanishing of his body was no miracle, and this theory of how it might have been accomplished alone appeared reasonable. In spite of his doubts, the man held to a measure of hope; nothing else than this remained which he could talking about? This girl?" "Sure; I told you about her; she cling to; their only chance lay in helped me escape last night. She was some such discovery. Yet the woman, crazlly jealous over Macklin. She is groping on her knees In the deepenMexican and Is here with her brother; ing darkness gave no sign of encoura little outlaw, no doubt, knowing no agement Shelby could bear the strain law but her own passion. She must no longer in silence. "There is nothing to be found?" he have been there when he boasted to Laud that he would leave her and mar- asked anxiously, "no appearance of a ry you. It drove her crazy and she trap?" She lifted her head, with face shot." "I can understand that yes," Olga turned toward him. "Nothing that I seem able to move," burst forth, "and later she was sorry. I believe It was she who came back she answeredv "I have found a block and took the body away." which does not appear to fit as tightly "I hardly see how that theory helps as the others; I can get the knife much. How could she take him?" blade between, and It doesn't seem "Perhaps she may know some se- to touch any earth below, yet the cret passage. There might be one un- slab is immovable." derneath. I do not know, yet In what "Let me try my strength." other way could the body have been removed?" Shelby shook his head gloomily, his eyes searching the floor for any evidence and finding none. To all appearances It appeared smooth and solid. "I don't know," he said. "That Idea may be as good as any. You might take this broken knife of mine an see if you can start anything. What was goin' on out there?" "Nothing much that I could see. There are men hiding behind the bank TO BE .CONTINUED laid in." "Could he have got through the roof, or the floor?" Shelby laughed despondently. "Lord, I don't easily see how he could ;, It's fifteen feet to them rafters an' no opening, while, judging from outside, the floor must rest plum on the ground. Who shot him, anyhow? Did you see?" "Yes. I did," she explained excitedly. "I was looking that way, toward where the board was "ripped off the window. I just had a glimpse of a face behind the muzzle of the gun. It was a woman: I am sure it was a woman, with black eyes. Then the smoke obscurea everything and she was gone." "She must have been Pancha," he admitted, struggling with the idea. "Why. of course, that's all plain enough. She overheard what he said and fired in mad passion." "What do you mean? What are you "Yes; the bullet struck the log." He crossed over and looked out anxRes. Pboxe Business Phone iously. "I thought it might be a signal, but I guess not. Don't seem to be anything moving." He straightened up again, his eyes surveying the room. "If we only had DENTISTtwo more in this outfit we might give those devils a run for their money. ixtn The trouble is we can defend only two sides, an they know it anyhow, Laud does. I'm goin' to haul this Office.IFront Rooms Jefhies'BTdg. bench over on that side; then you can stand up there, and shoot through that hole in the window while I pepper UP STAIRS. them from here In front We'll make it hot while it lasts." She watched him shift the bench, COLUMBIA, KY and then stood upon it to look out. The sun had gone down, and the valley swam In a purple haze. If she would utilize what little light still remained, she must search at once. "Nothing out there?" "I can see nothing moving. It Is growing dark. Let me take the knife." He gave it to her, and she got down Veterinary Surgton and'Dentisl s of a upon her knees on the floor, anxiously testing the openings between the Special attention ? lvenjDlsease blocks with the broken blade. Shelby Domest'2 Animals turned his head occasionally, barely able to distinguish her movements, yet Office at ResiJeoct. 1 mile of town, oc -- estown read. felt little confidence In the success of . the effort. Any attempt at escape through the door would be suicidal ; In all probability, In spite of the silence, Columbia, Kv and seeming loneliness of the scene without a dozen rifles were even then trained on the entrance, ready to shoot them down the Instant either appeared. And there was no other way out, unless It might be through some secret passage existing underground. Macklin had certainly disap- Dr. J. N Murrell -- I L. H. Jones HENRY W. DEPP DENTIST Gas Given For Painless Extraction JTeeth. of COLUMBIK, KENTUCKY. W. A. Coffey Office Second Floor, Court House, West Side .Adjoining Couit Room. corcnvLBi.A- - ky. ' ' ured with gaudy paint. There were .others behind, these spattered out in fan shape;, but he' could only make mor in his voice. "I sure am glad you said that," he admitted, as helpless to express himself as a child. "I sorter wanted you to for for a long while. H 1 That's Laud out there now." He stepped over beside the door, whipping both revolvers from his belt and holding one In each hand. A small, round hole had been dug through the adobe plaster between the logs and he bent down with his eye to the opening. A tall, rangy white man, with a dirty skin and scraggling red beard was nearest at hand; and beyond him crouched an Indian naked to the waist, his face blackened and chest disfig1 c The Attack on the Cabin. There was no sound from without, except occasionally the echo of a distant voice shouting. Shelby, startled by these words and alarmed by her agitation, swiftly crossed the room. The body was gone, actually gone! As he bent over. Incredulous, distrusting the evidence of his own eyes, he could perceive the stain of blood in which the man had fallen, but that was all. There was no semblance of a body there. "Judas Priest!" he said soberly. "This beats anything ever I saw. He couldn't have been killed, but I' never saw him twitch a muscle after he dropped. Gone ! Darn if I know what to make of it. Why. where could he Bonds aggregating $130,000 Used were required of seven men who were arrested on charge of stealing $10,000 worth of whisky from the home of John H. near town. One of the bandits confessed to the crime. 40 Years Cap-erto- n, GARDUi J A The Woman's of the creek ; I think they are Indians, Gov. Morrow vetoed a number and there may be others off to the right In the weeds." of appropriation bills, declaring "Just a guard left there to see that we don't get away. They'll wait until that the General Assembly apdark and then try to burn us out, propriated $950,000 more ihan I reckon; the bucks don't like my shooting. That was a rifle." the state budget allowed. Tonic Sold Everywhere r.8 t I mmmmmmmmmmmmm J ii? U . . il w-- . t. -x ADAIR COUNTY NE S Niggle ant JIggs At the Golden Gate St. Peter stood guard at the Golden Gate With a solemn mien and an air Sedate. When up to the top of the golden stair, Maggie and Jiggs ascending there Applied for admission. They came and stood. In hope the City of Peace to win, jid asked St. Peter to let them in. Maggie was tall and dark and thin She had an eagle eye and shook a wicked chin. Jiggs was short and thick and stout, And his stomach was built so it rounded out. His face was pleasant with a genial smile And they stood and looked and listened a while. The choir in the distance the echoes woke And Jiggs kept still while Maggie spoke: "Oh, Thou, Who guardest the Golden gate," said she, "We come hither beseeching But say, St. Peter, it seems to me This gate isn't kept as it ought to be: You should always stand by the opening there And never sit down in that easy chair. I'm growing old and my sight is dimmed, But I don't like the way your whiskers are trimmed; They're cut too wide with an upward toss When they'd look much better cut straight across. St. Peter sat quiet and stroked his staff, But in spite of his office he had to laugh. Then he said with fiery gleam in his eye: "Who's guarding this gate, Maggie, you or I? He rose to his feet, in statue tall, And pressed the button on the wall, ? $ G No Longer Any Reason For Discouragement. 9 Men's Hats $1.50 We have Just Received Beautiful Line Of The Dress Gingham. The New Spring 9 $ $ $ LOWER. PRICES ON Patterns Assortment Of . 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 Are beginning to Come in and We Now Have a Large Dainty Cheeks Plaids And 9 And said to the imp who answered the bell: "Escort this female around to Attractive Stripes. Call and Make Customers At hell." Slowly Jiggs turned, by habit bent, To follow wherever Maggie went. But St. Peter, standing on duty Mamimum. ONLY $1.50. Your Selections Early. there thee To let us enter the heavenly land Saw that the top of his head was bare. And play our harps with the anHe called Jiggs back to his side gel band. Of me, St. Peter, there is no doubt, There's nothing from Heaven to bar me out. I've been to meetings three times a week And almost always I'd raise and speak I've told many sinners about the day When they'd repent of their evil way, told I've told my neighbors-I'v- e them all About Adam and Eve and the Primal fall. I've shown them what they'd have to do If they'd pass on in with the chosen few. I've marked their path of duty clear, Laid out the plan of their whole and said: i i i i i i i t Chevrolet Samson Tractor GREATEST TRACTOR VALU EVER OFFERED "Jiggs how long hast thou been wed?" "Thirty years," he said with a heavy sigh And then he thoughtfully added, The Automobile Season for m TO YOU this County Will Soon Be Here. "Why?" St. Peter was silent, with head bent down, He raised his hand and scratched his crown: Then, seeming a different thought to take. "Thirty years with that woman 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 Samson is Noted for the way it Hugs the Ground and Pulls. We will be glad to give Demonstrations. there? No wonder the man hasn't any hair. Swearing is wicked- - smoking not good; He smoked and swore I should think he would. Thirty years with that tongue so WOODSON s LEWIS KENTUCKY. & SON GREENSBURG, i SEPHRKTOR career. I've talked to them often and loud and long sharp? In that case, Old Boy, I'll give Shorthorn, Hereford and Angus sale on May 4th have been greatly improved by the Bourbon breeds. you a harp. A jeweled harp with a golden CRE757VI For my lungs are good and my voice is strong. So good St. Peter you'll clearly see The gate of Heaven is open to me. But this man Jiggs, I regret to say Has often strayed from the narrow way. He smokes and swears, grave faults he's got, So I don't know whether he'll pass or not.v He never would play with an earnest vim Or go to revivals or join in hymn J While I the sins of my neighbors bore, He gadded about with Dinty string Good sir, pass in where the an- gels sing." And Gabriel gave him a seat alone, One with a cushion up near the throne. "Call up some angels to sing their best See that on the finest ambrosia he feeds, He's had about all the hell he needs. It isn't just hardly the thing to do, To roast him on earth and in the Slowly, half to himself, he spake: future too," They gave him a harp with golden strings, A gUttering robe and a pair of Moore. wings. I know him, St. Peter," know And Jiggs looked down from this him well, high level, To escape from me he'd go to Thought o) Maggie and felt sorheil. ry for the devil. But, Sc. Peter, I need him here Sale of Livestock. And it's my desire to keep him - near. On earth I bore a heavy cross, The Third Farmer's Better Heaven still, Jiggs Sire Sale will be held at the Give me in Bourbon Stock Yards, Louisville, I've brought my rolling pin and Ky., Thursday, May 4th, according to an announcement made jars To keep him dodging among the public today. The sale will con-ti- it of 100 purebred bulls of Un, to boss. I 4 The movement to improve th e breeding of livestock in Kentucky, which was started last year when 200 purebred bulls were sold to farmers all over the state has spread to all parts of the country- and with the back ing of the United States Department of Agriculture, has resulted in a nation wide movement. The strenuous efforts that have been made in the past to impress the farmers with the value of producing the best possible livestock and to eliminate the scrub sire has gained favor with a majority of the raisers of live stock and to eliminate the scrub sire has gained favor with a majority of the raisers of live stock and considerable improvement has been shown all over the state The farmer producing the better grade stock is convinced that he will receive from five to thirty dollars per head more than the producers of inferior types. From experience of the sale held last June, the committee in charge are more familiar with the type of bulls that are wanted by the farmers and as the result, breeders will enter only bulls of that are wanted only bulls of the right kind, that is good young animals. r"dy for service. i.u iue handling of thii Fa-jl!itu.- Stock Yards Company. Judging from the recent records of the United States Department of Agriculture, which conducts the "Better Sires Better Stock" campaign, interest in pure bred sires is more than double that of a year ago. During January and February, 512 emblems of recognition were issued to persons who signed declarations stating they would use purebred sires exclusively in all classes of livestock kept. The number of persons granted emblems during the same period last year was 239. During the m first week of March more than 150 have been enrolled and henceforth these owners will breed their animals to purebred sirea only and will use breeding K. R. CHELF, methods leading to further live- If you are Interested, stock improvement. These sales have the endorsement of the Kentucky College of Agriculture, the banks of the state and the county agents, 5K and all Indications point towards a most successful sale. Senator Simmons, Democratic leader, declares that Senate Democrats propose to aid in passing the bonus bill, and putting the iMue up to President A " nil Mn rSm -- Agent, of Adair County: write me at Knifley. Kentucky 5K$K5K5Ki$K5K)K5K5K5K$K Colun 'bia Barber Shop j Sc 8$ 5K SB 3MORA3ST LOWE as Sanitary Shop, where both SatlsfactlOBland Gratification are Guaranteed. f Give us a Trial and be Convinced. & SK9K9K X A THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS dair l Goarvty NevJs make new laws should be law- efficient merchant, is enjoying a (Published On Tuesdays yers or men who have a good the law. prosperous trade Mr, Tom .Cabbell, who has made his home in West Virginia ; friends here. Mrs. F. G. Willis is able to be up after several days of illness. L. E. Young, of Columbia, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents. Quite a few of this community attended the social given at the home of R. G. Willis, Montpe-lier,-laSaturday night, and all reported a nice time, Mr, Quintillion Montgomery caught quite a nice bunch of cat fish last week The annual Easter singing will There are some people in this ANNOUNCEMENTS. be given at Zion church Easter county who are in sympathy with Sunday afternoon, April 16, conthe moonshiners and those peoj FOP. jtjdgeJcoubt of appeals. ple who peddle the stuff, believ- ducted by Cabbell, Darnell, Dudley' and Chapman. Everybody We are authorized to announce ing that the prohibition laws are your Judge D. A. McCandless a candidate too drastic. It matters not how invited. Come and bring for Judge of the Court of Appeals, stringent the laws they should be 1921 books. Third District, subject to the action Mildred, daughter of Mr. and obeyed. When a law is placed vV of the Democratic party. Mrs, C. W. Young, was quite upon the statutes it is a duty of days of last week. good citizen to obey it. In sick several We are authorized to anuounce that every Misses Estelle Willis and Matt H. L. James, of Eiizabethtown, Har- other words it is useless to din county, is a Democratic candidate kick against the inevitable. A Tupman were in Columbia shop for Appellate Judge in this the Third violater may escape for a while ping one day last week. District, sdbiect to the August pri- but in time he is sure to he Mrs. Kelly Jones has been vismary. caught;?and the way to keep out iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of prison and from paying heavy B. F. Conover, near Columbia, The Pineville Messenger confines, is to support the measures for the past week. tained a well written editorial handed'down by the law makers. A. O. Young has opened up a last week, setting forth the reaIn case of necessity whisky can new road from the ford of the sons for and demanding a better be secured for medical pur- creek up to his mill and there is tLegislature. We endorse the arposes through the attending phy- being quite a lot of logs yarded ticle and believe, as the writer sician. now. iiet forth, that now is the time to Mr. W. W, Brockman sold his : commence arranging for the next Joppa crop of tobacco at a fair price race. The trouble has been over Kentucky for quite a number of We were much favored by an last week. .drears, the best men. men who excellent sermon delivered by Glensfork accomplish something, never of Rev. W. W. Kirtley, evangelist fer for the Legislature. Qualified for the Russell Creek Association Farmers are taking advantage men should be willing to make a last Sunday. Every body was of every day the weather will sacrifice, go to Frankfort and greatly benefitted and we hope permit for them to do farm work. use their influence to make he may be with us again soon. Mr. T. G. Thomas left last this a better State. The road Miss Dora Young, who had a Mississippi. His question and how to raise tha very serious attack of tonsilitis Thursday, for son, Mr. Ernest Thomas and money for bettering the high week, is able to be up. last family, removing to the resiways of Kentucky should be the Mr. W. 0. Murrell bought o dence vacated by his father. chief topic. We hope that Adair Mr. Ben Bailey, one good coy?; Mr. Ola Wilkinson"1- and famand Taylor will induce some well ?: for $42.50. ily, of Crocus, have moved to Mr. qualified man to represent them Mrs. Mary Smith, of Cane Charlie w. property, Thomas' in tne next Legislature, it is a Valley, spent several days of last near here. very important position, and only week with her mother, Mrs, Mrs., Annie, B. Brockman the best men should be sent to Young, who has been quite sick. ited Mrs. Lora Guthrie Frankfort. Do not send a man because he is a clever fellow, but Mr. Robert Willis, who has Thursday. men of known ability should on- been employed in Akron, Ohio, Mr. Willis Loy sold a nice for the paBt year, returned home bunch of hogs last week to Mr. ly be considered. It is true that Ivin Loy for a fancy price. il will be quite a while before last Thursday. Mr. Ralph Willis sold to Mr. another Legislature will be electMr. F. P. Strange bought of Dave Willin a nice bunch of Kip Aaron last week a good ed, but the quicker the agitation is started for good and compe- sheep for a fancy price. work horse. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore tent men, the better for the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor State of Kentucky. Hon. and little, son, James Lewis, have removed to thefr new "resiBen Johnson, the able, represen- spent Saturday and Sunday with dence which they recently erecttative in Congress from the the latter's parents, Mr. and ed near this place. Fourth district, has announced Mrs. John Young. Mr. Claud Willis, Mr. Allen that he wants to end his political Mrs. Annie Powell, of Lincoln Conover, Mr. Carl Taylor, Mr. career in the Kentucky Legisl- county, who has been visiting Horace Marshall, Mr. J. T. Abel, ature. Suppose we could elect a her mother, Mrs. A. G. Willis, of this place, attended the mushalf a dozen representatives to has returned home. ical recital at Columbia last Wedgo to Frankfort whose ability Miss Eva Murrell , visited her nesday night, given by Mr. Hercompared with Mr. Johnson's, sister, Mrs. W. E. Holladay one bert Taylor, dealer in phonothere would be a revolution in day last week. graphs and supplies by presentthis State. Good roads would be Wheat, oat and grass crops ing to the audience, Mr. Glen Elbuilt, and other needed public flattering lison, the famouB Scotch Baritone are looking very improvements made. Fellows throughout this section, and far comparing his voice with the who want to go to Frankfort, mers are progressing very nice Edison phonograph. draw their pay and do nothing ly with their work, considering are not wanted. Give U3 men The South African revolt in the rainy weather we have had. whcWiU look to the interests of Miss Mattie Barger, who has .the gold mines has been quelled. this Commonwealth. Anybody teaching at Falmouth, has who is inclined can get drunk been There is a slow but steady imreturned home. We are very provement in business throughand draw his pay. There is one thing certain, that a man who glad tojhave Mattie back with out the country. us, knowing she has given per. does not know and has no conIn South Africa 100 persons school ception of the laws now in force, fect satisfaction in the have been killed on accounts of room. has no business to offer for the gold miMrand Mrs, W. J. Gundiff riots from the striking Legislature. How is a man who ners. does not know the Constitution were visiting at the latter's parof his State nor. the statutory ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gar- - There are 21,876,000 horses in the United States, outnumbering flaws going, to make new'- laws? nett, one day last week. 3?he men who are selected to Mrs. W. W. Kirtley, our most the automobiles four toone. Post-offi- ce st The members of the Democratic State Central and Executive Editor l El MURRELL, Committees of the (Democratic '.Man MJ?S. DAISY HAMLETT. party will meet at the Pendennis Club, Louisville, tomorrow. The A. Democratic Newspaper devoted to! the Interest of the city ofiColombia and the People dinner will be given by the f Adair and adjoininglConnties. Woodrow Wilson Club in honor of the anniversary of the birth of as second stored at the Columba" Jefferson. Jas. M. Thomas Ball matter. Cox, the Democratic candidate TUESDAYAPE.il 1922. for the Presidency in 1920, will be the principal speaker. He t, will be introduced by Jas. SUBSCRIPTIONKPRICE: 3B"Kentucky $1.50 former Attorney General $2.00 Out Sde of Kentucky of Kentucky, and a probable 'All Subscriptions are due and Payable In Adcandidate for Governor. vance Gar-net- Golam6ia, KeivtacRy. IIUgggtftflIglll)!ill ft HHWUHHHIKIIfWItiWVlt) for the past two years, is visiting m . t f Dohoney & Dohoney Are Daily Receiving New m SpringlLineIofKDry;Goods, Notions and Novelties. Give Them a Call. . : m wmwmwmmwmwm mmmmmmmmmmmmwm mSS2si23 - - vis-la- st en-ti- re lh-- it S i HERCULES EMGINE. . k la H II 1 STv e PWUP ffi 3 S i23 Si. iirc fLKbtsJ) I . . most dependable of all farm engines New prices just announced by the factory .enable us to sell HERCULES at prices that will satisfy you. Your neighbor who has one will tell you it is always reliable The 8 Million Dollar Hercules Corporation Its 5 year guarantee STANDS BACK OF S. F. EUBANK, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. THE r I HERCULES ALSO CORPORATIOX, EYANSTILLE, INDIANA MAKEHS OF nKCDlES BUGGIES - The News $1.50 In The State -- - J HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Campbeilsville Hotel t Jndge H. C. Baker and daughter. Miss Sallle, returned from?, Kflflxville, Friday night. Herschel Jones, ' the 3R. J. TUCKBR, PROP. Formerlylof AdaiCounty. Judge's grandson, returned with , Meals 50c 'Lodging: 50c them. Cor. Naln& Depot Sts. Mr. W, W. Rubel, Independent fire KY, insurance adjuster, of Lebanon, was C752PBEL.I-SII-I-- E, here last Thursday, looking after a couple of loses that occurred out in the COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY ) &c Pltff Uanda Acre vs J 4 K. S. LESTER county. Leo C Wright, of Louisville, arrived Saturday night, and left Tuesday morning accompanied by Mrs. Wright's mother, Mrs. Fetna Eubank. Mr. R. E. Floyd, the efficient County Attorney of Russell, who was dangerously ill forseveral weeks has about recovered. He Is now able to walk about Jamestown. Chief Justice Rollin Hurt started on his return to Frankfort Sunday. He does not expect .to return home until the summer vacation is announced, which will be the latter part of June or the first of July. Messrs. A. A. Huddleston, W. C. Miller, B. L. Simpson, Ed Miller, R. T. Thomas, T. Earl Williams, Press Sandige, all of Burkesville, and R. Farris, Marrowbone, took dinner at the Jeffries Hotel Sunday, while en route for Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. DENTIST Jamestown, - Kentucky. PERSONAL vJr. , T. It. Stults is In Louisville Frankfort, was this week. Mr. W. G. Robinson, here a few days ago. Mr. W. E. Harris returned to Indianapolis last week. Miss Cecil Sullivan.has about recovered from a weeks illness. Mr. J. R. Garnett spent a few days of last week in Louisville. Mr. Geo. I. Hammond. Louisville, was in ColumbiaS recently. Jas. JH. Newman, Carrolton, Ky., was hereja fewdaysiago Mr. Mr. E. O. Stone, Danville, was here a few dajs ago, taking orders. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mr. Jas. H. Edwards, of Louisville, was here a day or two last week. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Mr. J. L. Dillon,Edmonton,had busi OF KENTUCKY ness in Columbia a few days ago. J. II. YoungltlPltff vs Mr. Leon McGilton, Lexington, was Fannie Hancock &c Deft ) at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago By virture of a Judgment and Order Mrs. Virgil Collins; who has been of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render been quite sick, has about recovered. ed at the March Term, thereof, 1922, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor made a in the above cause, for the sum of business trip to Campbellsvillo Friday. $467 58 with interest at the rate of six Mr. C. C. King, traveling salesman, per cent from the 14th day of March, out of Louisville, was here a few days 1922, until paid and 83.65 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the since. Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., ; Mr. J. R. Higgenbotham, of Creels-bor- o, was here a day or two of last to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 1st day of May week. 1922, at One o'clock, p m., or theret Mrs. Nancy Harvey, Russell Springs about (being County Court,) upon a , was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days credit of six months, the fol.since. A lowing described property, '' Mr. John Q. Alexander, Louisville, certain tract or parcel of land lying in made his regular trip to this place last Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters week. of Casey Creek, and bounded and Mr. H. B. Slusher, New Albany, Beginning S 5 E 6 poles, S 41 W 6 poles, N 88 W as follows t: Ind., was atltheJJeffries Hotel a few at three small white Oaks and a small 12 poles, N 74 W 11 poles, S 75 W 9 days ago. Mulberry on the side of the Cliff, run- poles to where it runs into Big Clifty Mr. E M. Walker, of Eminence, ning thence S 40 E 12 poles to a stake Creek, thence down said Creek N 33 Ky., was at the Jeffries Hotel a few in the middle of Casey Creek, thence W 9i poles, thence N 73 W 54 poles to days since. with the meanders of said Creek and a stake in Clifty, a small Sycamore on Hon. Lilburn Phelps, Louisville, up the same N 50 E 74 poles N 84 E 28 the north bank marked as pointers to was here a few dajs ago en route to poles S 70 E 16 poles N 80 E 25 poles the stake and also the next corner,' N 50fr E 27 poles N 10 W 4 poles to a thence 16 poles to a white oak on the Jamestown. of said Creek, hillside corner to Calvin Acree; Mr. Reginald Bowen and Mr. Robt. stake in the middle W 126 poles to two hick thence E 116 poles to the beginning, Hall, of Elizabetbtown, were here a thence 81f on a bluff, corner to Newton containing 20 acres more or less, all ories few days ago. Wilkerson, thence N 57 W 138 poles to three tracts of land join and combined Mr. W. A. Yates,' who is in the sera stone marked C passing a black oak, as they are contain 105 acres more or vice of the government, was here a beech and hickory at 106 poles, thence less. For the purchase price, the purfew days since. S 38 W 69 poles to a beech thence S 52 chaser, with approved surety or securMrs. AloDzoJBlack, of Crocus, was E 174 poles to the beginning. But ities, must execute Bond, bearing le here Friday, en route to visit a daugh- there is excluded from the above de- gal interest from the day of Bale until ter, in Indiana. scribed boundary about 17 acres which paid, and having the force and effect Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Holt, James- has been sold oil and is of a Judgment. Bidders will be pre ago, en bounded and described as follows pared to comply promptly with these town, were here a few days route for Louisville. Beginning at a "persimmon terms Martha Lena, the youngest child of tree in the south side of the Columbia W. A Coffey. Master Commissioner. A. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. SamBurdette, was very and Knifiey road, thence a southeast direction to a small sycamore thence sick a few days of lsst week. Dr. J. N. Murrell and Dr. H. W. the same direction to a Sycamore on TAKE GUDE'S Depp are in Louisville this week, at- bank of Casey Creek, thence up said PEPTO-MANGAN tending the State Dental Association. Creek as it meanders to a stake In the middle of the creek, John Arnold's Mr. Robt. Conover Memphis, is here corner thence 811 W to the County road visiting his mother and and sisters. S road to place of beginIt is his first visit in a number of thence Or with ning, sufficient thereof to produce years. the sums of money so ordered to be It is the Safe and Reliable Tonic Miss Ruth Hines, of Columbia, Ky., made. For the purchase price, the Used by Physicians has arrived at the Hotel Chatham, purchaser, with approved surety or for 30 Years. "Vanderbilt Avenue at 48th Street, securities, must execute Bond, bearNew York. ing legal interest from the day of sale There are "new styles" even in medMr. and Mrs. Robert Follis and their until paid, and having the force and little son Robert Jr., and Miss Nell effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be icines. A new 'fad" comes, is popuFollis, Campbeilsville, were here Sat- prepared to comply promptly with lar for a while, and then fades out of nubile view. A remedy that has urday and Sunday. these terms. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery and little w. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. stood the test for thirty years must have remarkable merit and cannot be daughter, Elizabeth, will leave tomorA. C. C. called a "fad " Such is Gude's Pepto row morninglto spend several weeks at by Dr. A. Gude Van Lear, Kentucky. We will pay 80cents for some good Mangan, originated over a quarter century ago, which has Mr. B. F. Chewning, who spent a corn. helped many thousands of people back week with relatives and friends in Farmer Mill Co. to good health by improving the blood. Green and Taylor counties returned n is an iron tonic. It Articles in Louisville that home last Wednesday. iron in a special form easily Rev. J. B. Horto'n, of Elizabeth, tbeives can pick up must be get contains absorbed by the system. It puts color West Virginia, arrived last Tuesday ting scarce. They are now grabinto the lips and cheeks and improves night. His wife, who was Miss Julia bing young girls and cutting off the entire body by improving and en Miller, has been here some time. This they sell and riching the blood. It is sold by drughair. Miss May Feese, of Berea, is visit- their gists in both liquid and tablet form. ing relatives in Columbia, stopping at buy dope. If you want to be well and strong and the home of her grandfather, Mr. J. look fine and healthy, take Gude's See our 25c Enamel assortment. H. Pelly. 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Rhoda Miller &c Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render ed at the March Term, thereof, 1922, in the above cause, I shall proceed to of fer for sale at the court house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder. atPublicAuction.on Monday, the 1st day of May 1922, at One o'clock, p. m.,or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months, the follow, ing described property towit; Three certain tracts of land lying in Adair county, Kentucky and bounded and described as follows t: The first tract lies on the waters of big Clifty Creek and beginning at a black oak and two white oaks.thence S 87 E. 104 poles to a rook; thence N I E 77$ poles to a white oak and black oak;thence N 89 W 104 poles to a white oak; thence S I v 77J poles to the beginning The second tract, Beginning at a stone William Sullivan's corner, thence with Sullivan's lines 54 E 124 poles to a stone, said Sullivan's corner, thence S 45 W 17 poles to a. white Oak down in Thomas L Blair's line; thence N 89 W 104 to two white Oaks and maple, Blair's corner; thence N 7 W 40 poles to a white Oak In Nancy Acre's line, Stapp's corner, thence N 61 E 17 poles to a Maple said Acre's corner; thence N 29 W 18 poles to two white Oaks said Acre's corner, thence N 20 E 28 pole3 to the beginning, containing 35 acres more or less and being the came land conveyed to Ci W. 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CHELF, Agent of Adair County. If you Whip, Strawberry, Ginger Ale, Cream Soda and Cherry. Quality producty. If you want drinks for a picnic or any occasion,-cal- l or phone. are interested write me at Knifiey, Ky. Four men were killed as the ColumbiaC Bottling Works,. R. BKRCER, JVT.CR. Columbia, Kentucky. Pepto-Manga- n. result of a boiler explosion on a ferryboat near Port Huron, Mich. Advertise In The News y ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'M0Y WfiFOHM BflHWATKWAl SmdaySchool T "XBy REV. P. B. liTTZWATER. Lesson EASTER LESSON TEXT-Jo- hn 20:19-3- 1. T D. D Teacher of EngliA Bible In the Moody Blblt Institute of Chicago.) 1S28. Western Newipaper Union. LESSON FOR APRIL 16 LESSON GOLDEN TEXT The Lord Is risen In. -- deed. Luke 24:34. PRIMARY AND JUNIOR TOPIC The - .First Eaater. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Why "We Observe Easter Day. TOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC The Effect of Belief in the Resurrec-- n tion. I. Jesus Manifests Himself to the Disciples, Thomas Being Absent (vv. 1D-25- Ask Some One Who Was There! wjjggv BBBBBBBJBJWBJBBBBBgBi5y ) ). He appeared to several of His disciples at several different times during that day. This is the first appearance to the disciples as a body. The rumors - of His several appearances on that day caused the disciples to assemble to talk over the matter. For fear of the . Jews, they met In a private room and iiarred the door. While they were discussing the strange happenings of the - day, the Lord mysteriously appeared - before them with the greeting of good cheer, "Peace be unto you." He did .not come with censure for their e and desertion. At His birth the angels announced "Peace." Just he took His departure, He said: "Peace I leave with you; my peace I giTO unto you" (John 14 :27) ; "Let not . your heart be troubled" (John 14 :1) ; n now the first word after His is "Peace." Having calmed - their fears, He gave them an unmistakable evidence of His resurrection. "And when He had so said., He showed unto them His hands and His side. Then were the disciples glad when they saw the Lord." Their doubts needed to be scattered, and His peace r needed to be upon them. Consider: 1. The disciples' commission (r. 21). "As my Father hath sent Me, even so send I you." This commission was not : simply to a class, as the eleven, but is to all Christians. In Luke 24:33 we - find that there were others there in . that meeting besides the eleven when - Jesus showed himself to them and commissioned them, showing that the a class ' commissionbutis Isnot confined toChristian or order, wide as the " body Itself. All Christians, therefore, are envoys and representatives of Christ. The exercise of this great v function is not merely optional with the indlvldujv but is obligatory upon I him. The Lord placed It upon a plane with His own commission from the leather "As my Father hath sent me, - so send I you." 2. The disciples' equipment (v. 22). "He breathed on them, aad salth unto them, Receive ye the Holy Ghost." "Tke mission of the disciple is a very great one, but every one who goes "forth in its execution He clothes with the power of a new life by the bestow--r ment of His spirit. No one who has K.thls equipment shall ever fail. The Inrd's representatives have His life in . them. The barrenness of our efforts -- Is due to onr failure to take by faith - our equipment. 3. The disciples' authority (v. 23). """Whose soever sins ye remit, they are . remitted unto them ; and whose Boever sins ye retain, they are retained." This : authority was not by virtue of office, but by virtue of having the Holy Ghost. This would give the spiritual discernment to know who had or who liad not repented, and consequently, z to pronounce pardon or not. II. Jesus Manifests Himself to the ' Disciples, Thomas Being Present (w. : Thomas was absent at the first ap--; pearance of Jesus. His absence de-- l prlved him of a vision of the Lord. Absence from the assembly of believers - always occasions loss. The other dls- - ciples go to Thomas at once with the glad news of the resurrection, but he will not believe. His stubborn disbe- lief is such that he doggedly declares i that unless he sees the prints of the nails, etc., he will not believe. It is right to demand evidence, but to pre-- -. scribe terms Is rank unbelief. Note: 1. The Lord's kindness to those who ""have difficulties. Thomas deserved re-brike, but the Lord kindly supplied the -- evidence which he demanded. 2. The revelation of the Lord transforms a doubter Into a possessor. III. The Conclusion of the Gospel --- JqSf Q(y tZ i XBHHB 'a 2SNS)IBBMHBBBTfllBBf " K3BSSJjfcsssssssBBBBBBBw ' I x JB aWK iiYJBBBBh M ?&H " WiK ZBSB. c$? &'$'jEBfew V&A!ur . i eqMnHHBHHHBRS9HHV ' aSSBBBBBBbI 'i i 'j'I&BBwA & X mBJj'" J" aeSMa5a33BBCa3 Jg"B tW JssBflfiBBBBH'? mAVBBBBBBHBBHlBEBBKvS '"'$11 1 " 2 7 t'SSt v " S?$&iix" CTB"EIEr" " " CvWbbCS' """"""""ZrB1 ? IbbbIbbbBbbbbHPv .flft fail--ur- be-fo- re resur-rectio- m JloWfjip On Wednesday, Mch. 29th, Re-Creati- on -- at the High -- Gymnasium, the New Edison proved that of music no difference between its and the original music. It was proof that would be good in any court of law. If you did not attend, take the trouble to find out exactly what happened. Investigate all the details of this drastic test. It was given particularly of Columbia so that they for the music-lovemight know, through their own personal experience, that there is a phonograph which can give them the exact performance of the living artist. rs School there is singing. The New Edison took up the song, and continued it alone. Thus, they alternated singer and phonograph. The audience had to watch Mr. Ellison's lips, in order to be certain which was singing. The New Edison's triumph was complete and spectacular. A similar test was made by Miss Alta Hill with her piano selections. Again the same result there was no difference between the performance and the living performance. Re-Creat- ed " Glen Ellison, famous baritone made the test. He stood on the platform, beside the New Edison. He sang. In the midst of his song, he stopped Remember that no other performance can sustain this test! Remember that you want a phonograph which does! And remember that the New Edison did it, right here in Columbia. The NEW EDISON The Phonograph with a Soul You can have in your own home the exact kind done in the i- 20-29- ). of instrument used in the test. This was an cial Laboratory Model, out of our own stock. Select any Official Laboratory Model in our store and we will guarantee it to sustain the test of direct comparison, and to do everything that was Offi- test at the High School Gymnasium. Ask us about our Budget Plan. It brings you this New Edison for a small payment. Any man or woman, who loves music, can make a gentle- man's agreement with us. . HERBERT THYLOR COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. THE LAST TO GO. . (vv. ' i In these verses John's arguments are - summarized, and an explanation is given as to why he wrote this Gospel. t .'.Many other things could have been 30-31- ). .- - . - Judged adequate to prove his point: To prove that (1) Jesus of Nazareth was the expected Messiah; (2) that He was divine the very Son of God; 3) that those who believe on Him as ' only Son the Messiah would receive eternal life. Eternal life Is In Htm and only as He is appropriated by .faith can men be saved. written, but these that he wrote he What. Christ Saw Christ saw much in rr weep over, and much 'F but He saw nothing In ..aritb. contempt f In World. this world to to pray over; It to look upon Happiness in Our Heart. " The happiness that we vainly seek ' the world over is all the time within s, nestled close to our own hearts. J. Brace Calvert. Meet of our comforts grow up vgvretB ur crossw. Toung. Our Ctmferts. M Every other man who attended the Versailles peace conference as a representative of a sovereign State has retired, or been retired, to private life except David Lloyd George, the English Prime Minister. The latter has ridden every political storm, and is now standing at the water's brink, contemplating another general election, which will determine whether he is to Becure another lese on power. An English political writer says that one of the chief sources ot Mr. George's power is that he frankly wishes to remain where he is. He never talks about resigning voluntarily, fie will remain Prime Minister as long as the House of Commons permits him. He has not the remotest idea of voluntarily ceding the power to another. in England The have begun to go against the Lloyd George government, but in those elections there is something not necessarily alarming. The chief contenders with the ns government candidates are Labor candidates. In a recent for the House of Commons the Labor party's candidate received 10,000 votes, Mr. George's candidate received votes, and the Asquith Liberal received 5,000 votes. If a general election is called, will the men and women who would otherwise vote for Liberal candidates run the risk of a Labor Parliament, or will they support the Lloyd George candidates? Louisville Post. by-electi- Women In Politics. on 8,-0- 00 Woman's influence in the political field has proven to be elevating. They exert none oC that debasing influence which has debased our political system for so many years past. They are not grafters, or tricksters, or hangers-on. They are, as a general thing, eminently fair minded and just. These are excellent reasons for encouraging the political activity of American womanhood. It would be well if the women County News,ll 60 per year of every community would form Adair an organization for the study of political questions especially those having a bearing on local conditions or affairs. Truth and candor compells the admission that the political rule of man has exerted too much of a degrading influence upon the body politic. That scrupulous honor and devotion to duty which we have a right to expect from our public servants in this country is of ten entirely too often conspicuous for its utter absence. Political womanhood has the power to compel its restoration, if political womanhood so dseirsa. It should so detire. Lancaster Record. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS U KILLED Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Mjrers Tobacco Co. i WHEN FIUME LEADERS The Family Ntney? TRAINS HIT BUS POSTED BY REBELS Dozen Others Injured at Paines ville, 0. Victims Returning Which does a man love more his wife, or his pocketbook? is-t- he From Dance. DRIVER'S VIEW WAS OBSCURED Express Crashes Into Machine and Hurls It Across Rails in Front of Another Speeding Train-G- as Tank Explodes and Fires Wreckage. "J I5r tWmW Chesterfield CIGARETTES tobaccos it ;0 Cleveland, O., March 6. Fourteen persons were killed and a dozen others injured late at night when a New York Central express train, eastbound, crashed into a crowded motorbus at the St. Clair street crossing In Pnlnes-vlll25 miles east of Cleveland. Dead and dying were hurled along the railroad right of way for several hundred feet and bodies of three of the victims were on the locomotive pilot when the train was brought from its speed to a halt, 400 yards from the scene of the cole, sixty-mile-an-ho- chalenging opening paraCommittee of National Defense graph of a current newspaper ar-tide. Proclaims Final Overthrow The writer points out that . of Zanella. recent survey showed that only 79 out of every 1600 husband's WIN AFTER FIERCE FIGHTING trusted or loved their wives . enough to unite either in joint Italy Is Asked to Send Representative either to draw bank accounts to Administer Government of City Until Quiet Is Restored Palace and that at the end of five years Wrecked by Shells. there were only 10 of these 79 G. The committee of Fiume, March 'joint" accounts left. This, acnational defense proclaimed the final overthrow of the provisional govern- counts left. This, according to ment under President Zanella and the the writer, shows such a lack o The governconstituent assembly. ment capitulated after fierce fighting. trust and confidence in their The committee, upon assuming power, wives by husbands that the quesasked the Italian government to send a representative to administer the gov- tion is answered, the husband's ernment of the city until quiet is restored." Rome dispatches declared that Presfled to Buccari, near Flume, -- a. -- love ident Zanella and his followers had a declaration transferring the authority to the national committee of defense. The capitulation followed an attack on the government palace by Fascistl, who fired 20 cannon shots into the building. Rome Reports Battle. Rome, March 6. The council of ministers discussed at length the crisis In Fiume, which has complicated the already difficult situation confronting the new cabinet. The attitude of President Zanella, who has been forced to hand over the government to the national committee of defense, does not appear quite clear here. Shortly after he asumed power, In October last, he came to Rome and obtained a loan of 20,000,000 lire. He then expressed a great belief in the Italian aspirations in Fiume, but upon his return to that place almost Immediately incurred the enmity of the Italian element. Since early Friday forces of Fascist!, legionnaires and republicans have been in possession of the city. They captured the posts and telegraphs, and before their advance the police organized by Zanella retired to the government palace. The government forces had as their first line of defense a wall inclosing the small park in which the palace stands. They were soon obliged to retire Inside the building. Shells Wreck Palace. Zanella's forces placed machine guns on the roof of the palace, which for some time cheked the progress of their assailants. Deputy Glunta, leader of the Fascist!, then captured an armored motorboat, belonging to the Italian navy, in the neighboring Bay of Abbazla, and with its guns opened fire against the palace. Thirty shells were thrown into the building, doing considerable damage. Italian torpedo boats in Fiume harbor captured the motorboat, but the latter was again seized by the Fascist!, who resumed their bombardment of the palace. The defenders then hoisted a white flag. The report that Zanella fled from the city is denied. According to latest reports he was still inside the place, in the same room in which Gabriele was slightly wounded by the fire of the troops sent against him by former Premier Giolitti in 1920. President Abdicates. Zanella has signed a statement agreeing to retire forever from public life in Flume, and renouncing any aspiration of a political character. The committee of national defense has invited the Italian government to assume the administration of the city The Zanella police force escaped to the neighborhood village of Grenova, where, according to reports, It is enrolling Croats for an attempt to recapture Fiume. The fascisti and legonairies are remaining under arms and have formed a national guard of honor so as to be ready for an attack. One account places the losses of the Zanella forces at three killed and fifty for 12c ' of Turkish, and Domestic blended 9c lision. A few seconds after the first collision, westbound train No. 3, speeding for Chicago, crashed into the wreck-ageo- f the bus, which, with some of after their pocketbooks better than they love their wives. This may be the answer, but we doubt it. It is more likely -- that the count class at the end of five years were so badly broke that there was no bank account jlti' 1 kow JH fw DAVIS I FORMULT 2 ,. Eg ZW&SX H 31 Suffer? fr Ski tim4 in VTZZ &4 A Jij Wonders for Me' Declares This Lady. Look for this "inside Information Don't just trust to luck or chance when you buy paint. Know exactly what you are getting. Hanna's Green Seal Paint gives you this "inside information." That's why the exact formula is printed' on every package of fcS "I suffered fftr a lnntt Mfci time withwomanly weakness," says Mrs. J. Vt Simpson, of 57 Spruce St., Asheville, N. C. "I finally got to the place where it was an effort for me to go. 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As the automobile moved k crossing from the onto the shadow of buildings, obscuring the view at the edge of the tracks, the express train was only a few hundred feet away. None Had Time to Jump. The train, which makes no stop at Painesville, was moving at terrific speed. Women passengers of the bus screamed, but none had time to jump out before the engine splintered and shattered the automobile. Frank Vandiz of Buffalo, the engineer, had slammed on the emergency brakes, but the train went onward, carrying debris on the engine front until its momentum could be halted. Following is a correcced list of dead and injured as announced by the Painesville police, the first nine being from Fairport: Gladys Lippilakso, John Strum'-- . Strums, Lillian Kelto, Hilda Pra-skMax Mrs. Oscar Cooper, Mrs. John Bartish. Mrs. Frank Fridebaugh. Stanley Radike. Richard Strand, Chardon : Kathryn Horvnth, Richmond: William J. Sutter, Jr., Chardon; Raymond OTeary, Painesville; George E. six-trac- in the family joint or otherwise. Human nature being as it is, man natural as well as woman natural, the suggestion is offered that one of the sure routes to family bankruptcy for the ave- age family is in the "joint" ac- - --- count Like so many other things irr this imperfect world it is beauti- f ul in theory but it fails to work : in practice. How, then; do you ask, should the family finances be arranged as between husband and wife to bring about the best use of the family income with the least friction? If anybody had the answer to that question and the answer would be accepted and acted upon, one of the big if not the big- - -gest cause of domestic unhappi--nes- s would be removed. nt Miserly husbands from of view of wives and extravagant wives from the point of view of husbands are responsible for much family wrangling and unhappiness. They keep the divorce courts busy. And yet most of the "miserly"" husbands are not miserly at all ' and most of the "extravagant"" wives are not extravagant. They only seem to be so they have failed to agree upon a sensible basis of handlin-the- ir finances. Ex. --- -- -- -- i, the-poi- Me-Ghe- e, Medina. i TAKE HARDWARE CO., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. The Injured: Andrew Adams, Fair-por- t, driver of bus. dying; Mrs. Martin Steinbaoli, Fairport, condition believed to be critical; Nick Nenno Fairport. believed dying; Raymond n. Hamilton. Fairport. serious; Charles Sullivan. Painesville. fractured ribs. Bodies Scattered Far. "Mangled bodies lay along the railroad for nearly the three blocks," said Chief of Police T. -- The Woman's Tonic "I heard of Cardu! and M decided to use it," con- tinues Mrs. Simnson. "I 4m a 1 Wd saw shortly it was bene- jmm filing me, so I kept it up Im and it did wonders for me; And since then I have been glad to praise Cardui. It is the best woman's tonic made.?' 3 i ! w. jb. 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Try Cardui for your trou- ALL S WA that Detroit Police Hear of Parent's Threat "to Do Away With the Boys." DRUGGISTS DEHLER BROTHERS CO., I Detroit, Mich., March G. At the request of Mrs. Barbara Besse police began a search for her husband. Ray Besse, and their two children, Rai-bu- IG Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 LOUISVILLE, KY. S8Z wmm I. so eight, and Lieudonie, six, who RoofiriQ, Fencing, Hard. A Louisville teacher says a man at 46 without the means ware, Contractors Supplies. Asphalt, Shiholes. I for retirement is a failure. This spectacled saphead evidently thinks that man must be judged in this world by what he gets instead of what he does. Houston Post. Mrs. Lacy Hinkle Stiles filed disappeared after Bessie is alleged tc have threatened to "So away with the Be!se was. last seen, so far boys." as the police could learn, walking hand In hand with the children toward Near the water's the Detroit river. edge at Orleans street the officers reported they found the footprints ol two .small children and a man. Besse according to his wife's statement tc the police, had been drinking recently ARREST 16 IN Chicago-PeoriDRY-LAW RAID Soft Agents Invade a Drink Parlors in Quincy, III. Quincy, HI.. March 6. A squad com posed of Chicago and Peoria prohibition-enfo- Advertise In The News suit for divorce against her husband, Ogden Stiles, of Bards-towwho waB involved in a shooting scrape with Mr3. S. C. n, CrHme. agents raided a numparlors and placed of ber under arrest sixteen proprietors charg lng them with violation of the Volstead Inw. The men when take before United States Commissioner Inghrair waived preliminary hearings and wer bound over to the federal grand jury rcement soft-drin- k Evangeline Booth III. Long Beach. Cnl., March G. Evangeline Booth, national commander of the Salvation Army, was taken ill with Influenza and is confined to her bed here. It was announced that the commander's condition was not serious, but he would be confined to hei vroom for several dayst. The Republican State CentraH Committee describes the State- wide registration law, as adopted' over the Governor's veto by majority in the as "the crowning-infam- y" of the wicked Demowounded. Call for D'Annunzio. crats. Former legionnaires from Fiume. But what is there in the gen--er- al led by Captain Palazzoli, have teled'Annunzio to come graphed Gabrlelle registration law that is into Rome Sunday to participate In a procession. The procession will march famous? The provisions made-ito the tomb of Italy's unknown solthe law for general registradier, where the annexation of Fiume to Italy Is to be proclaimed by the tion are perfectly fair. The regdemonstrators. President Zanella and istration offcers are divided even- - . his followers have fled to Buccari, ly between the two parties. . near Flume. Accounts received here say that the The arrangements for purging Zanella police attempted a sortie from the palace, but were repulsed after a the registration are obviously sharp fight. Th palace then was besieged. A lieutenant ot carabineers fair. Neither party is given the was killed and ninny on both sides slightest advantage in the rules were' wounded. The revolutionists tried to bombard tho palace from an for registration, and both parboat, but were prevented ties are afforded ample opportunarmored from doing so by an Italian torpedo-boat- . ity to study the registration lists Italian destroyer Mirabello Is and ascertain if the polling books The expected to arrive shortly at Fiume Louisville have been padded. from Pola with landing troops. Post. -the-Democrat- ic last-Legislatur- n -- -- When the Fifth American In- fantry left Antwerp last week for the United States there were 32 German brides of soldiers to-- , take shippingr ADAIR COMMISSIONER'S 1 COUNTY NEWS: SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONERS SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT! COURT OF KENTUCKY. The Taylor County Millling Co Pltff vs ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. C. R Hutchison, Pltff ) vs Nina Taylor & others, Deft ) cfctB. Hendrickson &c Def b By virture of a Judgment and Order & Casey Creek Plff of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderFarmers Bank on cross petition ed at the March term, thereof, 1922, vs J in the above cause, for the sum of C. B. Hendrickson Dfb By virture of a Judgment and Order 8127 37 with interest at the rate of six or Sale of Circuit Court, rendered at percent, from the 14th day of March the March Term, thereof, 1922, in the 1922 and $85.60 costs herein, I shall above cause for the sum of $105 05 proceed to offer for sale at the Courtwith 6 per cent, from Mch. 14th, 1922 house door in Columbia, Ky., to the until paid, and $89.00 with 6 per highest bidder, at Public Auction, on March 13th, 1922 Monday, the 1st day of May 1922, at from ent. paid, and $67.35 costs herein, I One o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (beuntil shall proceed to offer for sale at the ing County Court), upon a credit of Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., six months, the following described to the highest bidder, at Public Auc- property, A certain houseand Monday the 1st day of May lot lying in Adair county, Kentucky, tion, on 1922, at One o'clock p. m., or there- situated near the corporate limits of about (being County Court)jupon a the Town of Columbia, Kentucky, credit of six months, the following said lot containing 2 acres and bounddescribed property to wit: A certain ed and described as follows: Begintract of land lyin? in Adair county, ning at a stone corner to Simon Wheat Ky., on the waters of Casey Creek and Charles Murrell, thence with said and Green River and bounded and de- Murrell's line S 45 E 15 poles Jto stone scribed as follows to wit: Beginning corner to said Murrell and Sam Tayat a stone in J. Wess White's line lor thence S 45 W 2lfr poles to a stone, and corner to same, thence N 50 W 42 thence N 45 W 15 poles to a stone poles in said line; S 31 W 24 poles to a thence N 45 E 21 poles to the beginstone; thence S 43 W 12 to a stone S ning, being the same lot owned by 27 W 34 poles to a beech on the branch James Milam at his death, conveyed thence S 56 E 43 poles to a Jiickory to him by J. G. Taylor and wife by and three beeches; thence leaving the deed of date September 16th, 1873 and old line a N E direction 191 poles to of record in the Adair County Court a stone C. B. Hendrickson's corner; Clerk's Office in deed book W Page thence N 22 E 30 poles to the begin- 598. For the purchase price, the purning, containing 201 acres more or chaser, with approved surety or securless. For the purchase price, the pur- ities, must execute Bond, bearing le chaser, with approved surety or secur- gal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect ities,- must execute Bond, bearing day of sale until of a Judgment. Bidders will be prefrom the paid, and having the force and effect pared to comply promptly with these of a' Judgment. Bidders will be pre terms I to-wi- t: ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. G. H. Nell, Surviving Partner of the firm Nell & Cheat- - ( ") ham Pltff INSURE MITH MEN WHO KNOW Ethel Pennycuff Clavborn &c J Deft By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Courr, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1922, in the above cause, for the sum 8316.17 with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 30th day of November 1920, until paid, and $78.50 e vs I Tornadoes Strike t Leaving Ruin Behind Then the adjuster is the most welcome visitor that can call on the victim of the windstorm's wrath. The Companies 'represented by Jthis Ageney will pay back every dollar lost by windstorm. costs herein, I shall proceed o offer for sale at the Court-housdoor in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day of May 1922, at one o'clock p. m. or thereabouts (being County Court,) up on a credit of six months A sufficient part of the dower interest of N Clem-mo- n Turner and Ethel Pennycuff undivided one sixth interest in following described property to the wit: Two certain tracts of land lying in Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters of Pettits fork ol Russell Creek, and bonnded and described as follows. The first tract is bounced on the north by the lands of Tom Shearer, Ella Walker and R. R Conover's heirs; on the east by the lands of J P. Dohoney and Jo Turner; on the south by the lands of J M. Turner and John Tyler Smith; on the west by the lands of Arthur Walker and H G. Chilson, containing 146 acres, but there is excluded from tne foregoing boundary 71 acres heretofore sold by judgment of the Adair Circuit Court, in the case of Bank of Columbia Plaintiff VS Clem-mlTurner &c Defendants, and conveyed by its commissioner to N. M. Tutt, leaving about 75 acres. The second tract, Beginning at the root of old pared to comply promptly with these W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. oak corner to S. H. Mitchell; thence with his line S 9 E 2 poles to a Btake; A. C. C tterms. thence down the branch S 39i W 14 W.'A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Asso- poles to to a stone; thence N 43 W 16 Burley "' The ciation is preparing to file' suit poles to a stone; thence N 32J W 35 HJgh Grade Buggies at a low Price within a few days against mem- poles to a stone in the Old Glasgow Cafljdn, bers who violated their pooling road; thence with the old road S 80 E vS. F. Eubank. 42 poles to Mitchells line; thence with 23&.1 contracts. the same S 8 W. 21 poles to the be ginning, containing 5 acres more or less. To produce the sums of money so ordered "to be made. For the purchase price, the puchaser, with approved surety of securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. BidimivBtsjtt. ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. Cla-born'- ,m. , m gBBBBBBBBBBB) - INSURANCE UAT jgyjBg.-gK.INJD a Turned Tipsey Turvey by Windstorm Such is the fate of many a man's buildings and only properly written insurance can make good the loss the storm may cause. Only a policy is INSURANCE OP EVERY KIND MMiDSiBiBHiM a reliable company e combined with an agency that knows its business can bring complete satisfaction. INSURE AND BE SURE. ve -- A-Cf- O ELjeed Phone 49. ONLY RELIABLE ESTSURANCE OF ALL KINDS v Brothers Columbia, Kentucky. HERE. -- INSURANCE CRN BE OBTAINED SEALED AIR-TIGH- T the car Touring Car K JlS.ffVBBh3Bga "gagaaaaaaaaHaW. A. C. C. Mr. Sidney Dunbar Dead. iOYEWmmMxi if iilliiiir.i T Never Before A Value Like This Why should you buy any car but a Ford?" Prices lowest, parts lowest, operating and upkeep expense lowest, yet a Ford car will take you anyplace any car will go. These are sensible, not extravagant times, and a Ford is the most sensible car for anyone to own. Terms if desired-- The Buchanan-Lyo- n Co ;wco?po?rD Columbia, Kentucky. Lincoln county lost another of Its Saturday morning, when at an early hour Mr. Sidney Dunbar passed into the great beyond at his home near Hubble. He was 80 years old and about half of his long and honorable life had been Bpent in this county, moving to Lincoln from Russell county between 35 and 40 years ago. 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Color Schemes and EeUmatea cheerfully furnUhed on Papering, Painting, Varoishinsr, KnUnmining, Willis & Conover Columbia, Ky. ville Baptist church, at the late home Monday morning, after at 10 o'clock s which the remaios were interred in Bellevue Cemetery, Danville A very large crowd was present at both the funeral and burial, attesting to some extent the popularity of the man and the high regard in which he was held. Stanford Journal, (g) sj Guaranteed by M C. I0-Tt- fay Jttiasl VlC&W' 0 Fairplay Mr. S. F. Harvey has removed Hansford, and to the wife of Wm The farmers are making good from this place to Chance, being Tabor, Apr. 3, a boy Edward. Look like we will have lots of use of the few sunny days, this postmaster at that place. week plowing and preparing Mr. Bud Karnes sold to Mel-vi- n peaches at this place. Wheat their ground preparatory for Earles one calf. Price $15. looks fine. In fact every thing planting corn. Bought of J. C, Spoon one young looks good. As the darky said: "the good Lord knows who is Mr. R. T. Gadberry, of Gad-berr- cow for $25,00. was visiting his sister, Mr. S. T. Bennett bought of President as well as us, and he Mrs. J. L. Darnell, Sunday. Mr. E. R. Willis, of Mqntpelier, will take care of us if Harding y, ex-Uni- won't. Several from this place attend- one pair of young mules. ed county court at Columbia the Mrs. Mary J. Brown is on the A German statistician figures first Monday. week. sick list this that Germany lost 12,000,000 visMr. Dan Coomer and wife Born, to the wife of Z. L. men in the world war, or, forty tained. The funeral was conducted by Bev. E. L. IWalker, of the Dai. ited Mr. Jamee Earlee Sunday. Bennett, March, a boy Ola six for every hour of the war. 'AV,