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HASBONE'S MEDITATIONS OIL MISS fussin' bout de WAY IE RATS BIN AT IN' HER CHICKENS, BUT AH 'SPICION TAirtf IE RATS-U- S RIM HAD A PREACHERS' CONFENCF HEArt ALL DlS PAS' GONE I Am Candidate. Paul Hamilton, who was Miss Mrs. Rath Hilt Kills Two of Her Minnie Ingram before her marriage, died in Worcester, New York, last Children and Also Herself. Thursday, after an illness of several months WHOLE COMMUNITY HORRIFORD. In the contest now going on in the Louisville Herald which is offering many handsome prizes for new sub. scribers, the gifts to be given to the solicitors who received the most subscribers, I am a candidate and I want my friends to come to my relief. Adair is In the 8th district, and I can receive subscribers from any locality. I have a chance for a handsome automobile, and I want to win it. My success depends altogether upon the activity of my friends. While I will be active myself I want my friends to become interested in my behalf. The contest closes the 17th of June. I will truly appreciate every thing that may be done in my interest. Miss Rose Hunn, Columbia, Ky. t The intelligence of her demise brought sorrow to mi Columbia, as A horrible and distressing tragedy she was a very .popular young lady, occurred at Russell Springs, Russell one who was loved by all the young county, last Tuesday morning, Mrs people who grew up with her. Ruth Holt murdering two of her Ten days ago the family here was children and made a desperate effort notified of her serious illness, and her to end her own life. Mrs. Holt, be- mother left immediately to be at her fore hec marriage, was Miss Ruth Har- bedside. She arrived and sent a mesris, a daughter of Mr. Geo. Harris sage that Minnie was much worse Dr. Elam Harris, who is a prominent than she oxpected to find her, and all dentist, and lives at Danville, is her hope of her recovery had vanished. brother. He was in the Springs the In a few days after the arrival of Mrs. Ingram the end came. She leaves benight of the tragedy. The particulars as we gather them sides her husband, two small children, are about as follows: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Insepa- gram, several brothers and sisters of Some months ago Mrs. Holt rated from her husband, who is Ar- this place. The Interment was in New nold Holt, a son of C. C. Holt, and it York Saturday. is said that she left her husband on The News desires to extend its conaccount of his infidelity, too intimate dolence to all the bereaved ones1 with other women. The separation trusting that they will live so as to has given Mrs. Holt much worry, and meet the dear daughter, wife and for several weeks it was noticed that sister inthat home not made with she was unbalanced, but it was be- hands, in heaven. years The deceased was twenty-fou- r lieved that she would come around old last February,- and since her early all right in due time. Her father has been living in the girlhood had been a devout member home with her, and Tuesday morning of the Christian Church. he heard a child scream. Going into It is hard to see a lovely young womthe room he found the baby child had an, who was so much needed, pass been drowned in a barrel of water and out of the home, but God knows best, another one had been chopped into and the living should become reconcilpieces with an ax. The third child, ed to the inevitable, and live so as to a little boy, was also put into a barrel meet her in a better world. of water and covered up with clothes. Just Opened. He was old enough to push the clothing aside, and his life was saved. Mr. C. R. Hutchison, who has long Mrs. Holt also inflicted many wounds about her face and head. It is be- been in the grocery, hardware and imlieved that she held the blade of the plement business in Columbia, but ax close to her face and knocked her who was burned out last fall, has again embarked In business, and is head and face against it. store-rooon the East The tragedy created great excite occupying the side of she square, formerly used by ment in the Russell Springs locality, and hundreds of people visited the the Cumberland Grocery Company, in scene, doing every thing they could the Russell building. Mr. Hutchison store-rooas rapidly as to console the surviving members of is filling his possible, and says he wiil fill it to its the family. The Russell circuit court was in capacity, and will keep for the benesession, and divorce proceedings be- fit of the trade everything that famtween Holt and his wife were to have ilies need to live upon. He will also come up Tuesday. Mr. Holt denies handle a full line of farm machinery the charge of infidelity made by Mrs. and all kinds of fixtures and farm seeds. He invites his friends to call Holt. Mrs. Holt lingered until between 8 and see him in his new place of busiand 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. ness. Every thing will be sold at Before she passed away she seemed to prices consistent with the times. have become rational, and Bhe was There is an advantage in looking over asked why she killed her children. an entire new stock. He is now ready Her answer was that the trouble be- for business He will demonstrate a 1016 1 H. C. tween herself and her husband brooded upon her mind, and that she did Tractor on Curt Yarberry's farm next not want to live, nor leave her chi- Wednesday, the 26th. 27 3t ldren with anyone else to rear. The mother and the two children Public Sale. were buried in one grave at Russell Thursday morning. The Springs On Saturday, the 29th of this month, whole country side attended the fuat my home d Tutt addition, this neral. It is also said that Mr. Holt, place, a new - inger Sewing Machine the husband and father, was permitand a Columbia Graphanola, and all ted to see the dead wife and children my household goods. Sale at 10 a. m. before the hour of burial. Mrs. B. H. Kimble. m m 1. ' week: fVJ The six members of the Conference Board of Education, who met here The following items have been ta- last Thursday, voted to make the Lindsey-Wilso- n a Junior college, com ken from the Columbia Spectator 1924. There will have to which was published in 1879, by A. J. mencing in an addition to tha Girls dorJones and J. E. Murrell. They will be built mitory and make some alterations in evidently be read with interest: The first item is taken from a let- the school building before the college ter written in Lexington, Tenn., starts The school will continue as Old Items. ' JHlr Copyright; 1921 by MeClure Hewspjper SmfleaJ June 15, 1879: Prof. J. N. Coffey, formerly of Adair county, with whom doubtless many of the readers of your paper are intimately acquainted, is now in this vicinity, enjoying fine health, weighing 195 pounds J. N. C, is a keen and penetrating young lad, about 21 years of age, and is now being initiated into his 17th tour of courtship. He says this thing is not to continue much longer. It seems that he must have a preternatural foresight in making this conclusion, for with all my exerSaturday night Douglas Maclean tions to facilitate his burdens, the Davis May In "231 Hours Leave." prospects are no better than when Paramount Theatre. first he made.his debut. Girls, help us I Training School the Lindsey-Wilso- n until the time comes for opening: the college. To make it a college more room and more teachers quired. The thl3 year. will be regymnasium will be built Thursday night Eileen'Percy in "Maid of the West." Paramount Theatre. Jeffrles-Lyma- n. Tne Debate. One of the surprises of the jear was the announcement of the marriage of Miss Maymie Jeffrias of Vaughn to Mr. Ben F. Lyman of Roswell. The ceremony was performed Thursday, December 8th, 1921, at Encino by Rev: Yeda Davis. The happy young couple had kept their marriage a secret until last Monday when announcements were mailed to their friends, and then they stole a march on everybody by quietly slipping away to Roswell where they are spending their honeymoon. The bride is well-know- by every- one in Vaughn and a charming young lady, who, to know her is to like her. The groom is highly spoken of by all who know him and for the past two years has enjoyed a position at Vaughn with the Santa Fe Railway company. The happy young couple have the best wishes of a host of friends who join with the News in wishing them a prosperous and happy journey through life as Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Lyman They will be at home in Vaughn after April I5th. Vaughn, N. M News. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. E. Jeffries, and she and her mother visited in Columbia last summer. She made quite a number of friends while in our midst, all of whom will be glad to learn of her happy un- There is no night in the school year that holds more interest to the stu dents of Lindsey-Wilso- n than the upon which the annual debate night between the two literary societies oc curs. That night this year was Fri day, Apr. 21, when the subject, "Re solved, that United States should gradually abandon all forms of tariff and adopt a policy of free trade with the world," was discussed. The Frogge Literary Society had the affirmative side, the speakers being Lura Harrison and Charles Webb. The negative side of the question was defended by the Columbia Debating Society which had as its speakers Samuel Taylor and Robert Allison. It was a splendid debate and each speaker acquitted himself with uonor. were fortunate in hav-in- g as judges Mr. J. W. Flowers, Mr. Hick Felly, and Mr. Ed Hill, wno after carefully weigh ing each point made their decision in favor of the affirmative. The-societi- Word was received here last Friday of the death of Mrs. Lottie Durham, wife of J. W. Durham, at Phoenix, Arizona, their temporary. home, where she had been for the past eighteen months for her health. Greensburg is the home of Mr and Mrs. Durham, and she was a devoted member of the? to console the boy. Baptist Church. The remains will be Rekab. brought to Campbellsville for burial. The firm of Rhorer & Jones, M. H. Mrs. Durham was the mother of Mrs. Rhorer and W. W. Jones appears as B. E. Wilson and the sister-in-laof practicing attorneys. Mr. F. H. Durham, both of this place. The Clayton Miller will case is being Tonight Tom Moore in "Brown of argued before County Judge Sallee, on a motion to establish a will and Harvard" Paramount Theatre. have it probated. A decision will not Mr. M. Cravens, sold, last week, to be rendered before Saturday. Mr. J. B. Barbee thejlittle brick house w Ellen B. Coffey has just returned from a week's stay in Louisville, with a full, well assorted and beautiful stock of Millinery Goods for the Mrs. Camp-bellsvill- e, For Gents, Ladies and childrens spring and summer footwear see my line of Star Brand shoes for the? are W. R. Hutchison. better. Cane Valley. Ball Game at Campbellsville. Announcement. Board Meets. weeks we ' In the next two or three expect to open up our Columbia branch house again, and will be glad to have the opportunity of serving our good friends in Adair and adjoining coun ties once more. We also want to thank all our old customers, who have bought groceries from us and promise when open again, to have a stock of new goods and low prices. V. M. Gowdy Co., Wholesale Grocers. The Conference Board of Education of the Methodist Church met here last Thursd.y afternoon, to take seeps to makr- some improvements on buildings, and to the Lindsey-Wilsodecide a location for a new brick gymnasium The Board is composed of ministers: the following Revs A R. Kasey, R. B. Grider, J. H. Dickey W. J. Pickett. J. G. Akin, B V Napier. We undfaroatd that the building of theuew jiymnasium will start in plenty time to complete it by the opening of the nex5 term. - n well-know- n The Frost. Frost fell here last Friday and Saturday nights, but fortunately but litNotice. tle damage was done. In low lands aches were slightly damaged, and Dr. H. W. Depp is in Louisville takgrapes were set back, but not all kill- ing a special course in work, ed. Irish potatoes were slightly dam- and wishes to announce to the public aged. If we have-nmore cold weath- he will be out of his office until May 1. er there will be fruit for every body in A number of pupils of the Lindsey. Adair county. Wilson picniced at Griffin S.x.Jgs last Saturday. They report a delight See Mir 25c Eiaael antrUKit. I ful tim. X-R- ay The baseball team of Lindsey-Wilso- n crossed bats with Russell Creek Academy Saturday afternoon on the ion. Campbellsville diamond. Every stage of the game was interesting but the For repairs for Deering and McCor-mic- Lindsey nine proved to be too much Mowers see, for their opponents and the final tally W. R. Hutchison, in favor of Lindsey. Irvin stood Cane Valley, Ky. pitched splendid ball besides doing the heaviest piece of batting done. Jack-ma- n In Fairly Good Health, behind the bat did his share while these men were ably supported Harrington, Coffey, There is scarcely a week but some by Pendleton, one makes inquiry about former State Buster, Scott, Compton and Webb Senator Frank Neat, asking about his who made up the team. health, etc. His son, Mr. L. T. Neat, A good combined horse for sale. was at his home a few days ago, and Ray Flowers, he reports that his health seemed to Columbia, Ky. him better than usual. He was 86 years old the 5th of last March, but Badly Hurt. his mind is active and he is deeply interested in the affairs that are now Last Saturday afternoon three young agitating the minds of Representa- ladles, all students of the Baptist tives in Congress and the affairs of Academy, Campbellsville, were out, this Commonwealth. He is a patriot in a machine joy riding. They had ic man and every measure introduced driven over Campbellsville and were in Congress, looking to the better- on the pike leading to Columbia, and ment of conditions in this country, when near Burdick a fearful accident meets his hearty aporoval From his occurred. The car upset and the early manhood he has heen a trusted young ladles, Misses Eunice Rice, citizen of Adair, and when active no Dorothy Tandy and Pauline Walker man in the county could command were all more or less hurt, and it is re more loyal friends According to na- ported that Miss Walker was more seture he can not hope to be with us riously injured than either of the othmany more years, but when his Mas- er two. The car was badly wrecked. ter calls he will be ready. We knew Miss Walker is an Adair county girl him when he was Assessor of the coun- and her home is at Nell, it is hoped ty, when he was county court clerk, that all three of the girls will speedily when in the Lower branch of the recover. k 6-- 3 Spring and Summer trade, and invites the ladies to call and examine them at Mn Gilmer's store. Mrs. Coffey is an experienced and tasteful milliner, and the ladies may rest as sured that her stock comprises all the latest and prettiest styles in bonnets, hats, ribbons, flowers, dress trimmings etc., etc. A shooting scrape took place in the Gradyville precinct last week between George and Ball Rodgers on one side, and Hiles Stephens on the other. The particulars are about as follows. Stephens lives in Metcalfe county, and for several years some loose women have been living near his farm. A short time ago one of the Rodgerses married into this family of women and removed to this county. Last week Stephens was out looking for sheep, as he says, and coming upon Rodger's house, stopped to get a drink of water. At this time the Rodgerses, who had been absent from home, came up and opened fire on him, Stephens returned the fire, and it is said some ten or twelve shots were fired, but none of the parties were hurt. The Rodgerses were ar rested and tried before Esquire Simmons and were held in the sum of twenty-fivdollars each to answer at criminal court. Stephens was also held in the sum of five hundred dollars to keep the peace. e and lot where Edwin Cravens has his shop. Consideration, one thousand dollars. Mr. Barbee will raze the building and erect a frame residence, on the lot, just above where the brick house now stands. Mr. Barbee will also erect another residence in the corner of his lot, on the other side of the street and it will front the residence of Mr. M. C. Winfrey. If in need of oils, paints and varW. R. Hutchison. nishes, call on, Cane Valley. News from all over Kentucky is that the prospects for a big fruit crop is better than ever before known at this time of year. The apple crop will be an abundance, and the same can be said of peaches. All plum trees are hanging full, and an Immense cherry crop Is expected. Strawberry plants are looking fine, . and it now appears that an unusually large crop of this delicious fruit will ba grown. Save your child. Do not let it 25-5- breathe through its mouth. t Fishermen had very good luck last week, a number of nice ones being; landed. Mr. Will Jones brought in one that weighed 9 pounds, Mr. Albin Murray one that weighed 4 pounds and Barksdale Hamlett one that weighed two pounds. It is believed, that fish are plentiful in Russell's Creek, and a little later, the sport will be more interesting. DeMoiay Sewinj&Machine Dr. T. L. Higgenbotham, of Wichita, Kansas, an eye, nose and throat specialist, will be at Creelsboro, for ten days, after the 10th of May. Will arrange for a day in Columbia if called. Address him now at Creelsboro, Ky. If the patient is not able to pay, the Doctor will give attention gratis. 25-5- at Dohoney. Dohoney & We learn from. Mr. J. H! Johnson that his son, Olie, who is a student in and who had the the Lindsey-Wilson, t Held Over Felix and Aaron Anderson, two col- misfortune to get one of his legs broken, a month ago, is getting along nicely, and that he thinks that Olie will be able to school in time to take his examination, at the endot this term. He is one of the graduating class. re-ent- er ored men, charged with making liquor, When were before Judge Jeffries last Wed- ness see nesday. They waved an examination and they were held in the sum of Judge $500 each. They gave bonds. deputies Wanted. for boot in need of Hardware and har W. R. Hutchison, Cane Valley Frying chickens. Mrs. Call Jeffries and the Sheriff and continue to make it udrm. leggers and distillers. Stand to the officers; they are doing good work. Hamlett, News Office. Kentucky Legislature and also when he was a State Senator, filling all the positions with honor and to the perfect satisfaction to the people who honored Him. We trust that he may live to be rruch older, and when he comes to town we will be pleased to shake his WxiA. WWK9WKJ Ktnmji Eld. J. I. Wheeler, of Unlopolls, We ha 7e had several very CaneYafley. Ohio, will preach at the Christian nights recently, and a little light church, this city, on the fifth Sunday, frost, but the fruit has not been damWe are sorry to learn that Mr. Geo. at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. He will aged H. Gowdy, banker at Campbellsville, that day at Cane Valley at improves very slowly. Hi JIrTvBian Get more goodaioitmiaQBtt at, Christian church at 3 p. m; 4 much needed in the busy walks et ) CmVaUfj. 1K. The News $160 in Kentucky Before buying see our line of spring and summer dress goods Ourprices W. R. Hutchison,, cool are right. $ adair:county news COMRADS of then for them at all. Phatetan' I see only the one J hate. Santa Marie! Why was eet care-notf other grlf4trat I aagr'3aqasa aBBMiBgMB PERIL J By Randall Parish CHAPTER V. The weddlnc takes Vtaca and the couple eet out for Shelby's MMCh. With them Is the "Kid." Mack-atwhom Shelby has hired as a helper ml the ranch. On the way the girl tells Br husband her name Is Olga Carlyn, aM also tells him something of the circumstances of her life. CHAPTER VX-Lea- a, &r ving Banes. Returning, he is struck from fcehlnd by an unknown assailant. Hours kvter he recovers consciousness, to find that bis wife and the "Kid" have dls-- j appeared. He starts in pursuit CHAPTER overhears a eaversation between two outlaws that i' throws some light on his wife's history. . He learns she is an heiress and that her j abduction has been planned. He also tsams that she has been taken to Wolves' Hole," a haunt of bandits and ad" Indians. The whereabouts of the ft&ce is unknown to Shelby, though its ryntatlon as a resort of criminals Is widespread. VIL-She- lby t&e house, Shelby goes to care for the his wife to his lips back into his throat. "Yes," Shelby said: "I see how It happened, now. And what did you do then, Pancha?" She was not sobbing, but her quick breathing gave the impression in the darkness. "What I do, senor? I pray the Virgin that I may save- - heem. Then I remember this passage from the ravine. How I know eet? Juan and I, we live in the cabin a month; 'twas then I found eet. I was underneath when you fought, senor; then, when you were both outside I got heem " "Macklin, you mean? He was so?" "You shot the wrong man?" "Si, senor. Senor Macklin, he step forward quick just when I fire; he drop an' I run." Shelby felt Olga grip him and heard her voice at hiB ear. "She never heard what Macklin said ; don't let her know." He crushed the question already on crept breathlessly Into the shadow of the bushes, dragging the unconscious Macklin with them. For some minutes-Shelby lay motionless, struggling for breath, feeling that all strength had deserted him. He scarcely realized that Olga had lifted his head into her lap, and was wiping the beads of perspiration from his face. At last, however, his eyes opened, and he saw her bending over him. The man's lips broke Into an effort to smile. "Some soft, ain't I, little girl?" he muttered, "but gee ! That was a pull, and I was about all in. Where's Pan- rr-- 0 JWJSt"""a7 Nothing too alive?" "Yes, senor, alive. Maybe he live, maybe he die; I know not I do what I can. Eet took long time; even I carried heem alone." "But how did you get across that cave-I- n of earth?" "Eet was not there; eet come later," she explained. "I would go bacb senor, when they fired he cabin, but the earth had caved and I could not cha?" "Back there, where she can look Is It much farther?' , out "To the cave, you mean? Yes, It Is a hard climb yet, but we will have It easier. I'll be all right presently; we'll cut some stakes, and make a litter. "I don't know what Is the matter with me," he apologized, ashamed of his weakness, "hungry, and overstrained, I guess. Maybe I ought to have left the fellow there." "Oh, no, Tom ! We couldn't do that. The poor thing is nearly crazed." "Pancha? Yes, I know; but she'd be a heap sight better off with the guy dead." Lifted the Unconscious Macklin Upon His Back? Macklin upon his back, Olga partially supporting the helpless body. The wounded man groaned at the first movement, but lapsed immediately into silence again, and Shelby moved slowly forward with his burden along nome rxTl'7aBLJKaa4gI' fcfcrjjh 5 .WHaaaaVwS) goodior Folks1 J FwpaKv aatiaws, and forced to accompany him 4bo the stronghold. There Shelby makes Jttands with a Mexican girL Pancha, llTfeo is betrothed to Macklin and jealous. CHAPTER IX. Imprisoned by Laud, belby escapes with Pancha's help. She 1atdee him to a secure hiding place but laataaee to reveal the whereabouts of his wife. CHAPTER X. After a nighfs rest flbelby leaves his shelter, seeking his wife's prison. He discovers it, an old !3es cabin, and finds Olga. Their reunion la Interrupted by the arrival of Macklin. CHAPTER XL Confident that Shelby dead, believing him to have been killed at the ranch, Macklin declares his intention of marrying Olga, the widow. Lauc appears, and while they are talking Mar kiln is shot by a concealed assassin. Shelby fights with Laud, but is worsted, asd. the outlaw escapes. He returns with friends, and Shelby and his wife defend im to rescue his wife. He Is discovered by Tndlan Joe" Laud, the leader of the CHAPTER VIII. Shelby lays plans get through." "To help us?" "Si, senor; to help you and me. What could I do alone? That Is why I tell you; why I' talk. Eet is not for you, nor for me. I would save heem an' only can eet be done if I have help. I do all I can Madre de Dios, yes. But how I get heem out, senor?" the cabin. CHAPTER a' lull in the fighting the pair discover that the body of Macklin has disappeared. Seeking an explanation, they find a secret passage beneath the floor and take refuge in it. The cabin is burned but they are in safety. Laud and his desperadoes naturally suppose both Shelby and his wife nave perished in the burning cabin. CHAPTER XIII. XIL-Du- ring I The Fugitives. He led the way, finding little difficulty in crawling over the mound of earth, and Olga followed easily. The cool darkness into which they advanced was a great relief, while the sense of action restored their shattered nerves. They encountered no further obstruction of any kind, but suddenly reached a sharp turn toward the left. Shelby felt his passage around the corner, aware of the pressure of. Olga's fingers on his sleeve, but his eyes could perceive nothing unusual beyond. Yet, with his first step forward, he came to a sudden halt "Stay where you are, senor," said a low voice, "not a move till I speak." He caught his breath quickly, scarcely daring to set down an uplifted foot There was no doubt who that was that spoke out of the darkness. "But I am Shelby," he blurted forth swiftly. "You have no reason to fear How you come here? You found the trap? And and is she with you?" An accident re"Yes, senorita. us a way out It was you, vealed to then, who took Macklin away ; he was not killed?" A moment there was silence; then she broke out suddenly, passionately, the words fairly falling over each other, in her eagorness of expression. "I am not afraid, Senor Shelby. No! Jf o ! T hav' ze pistol In my hand. I shoot The dark eet make no difference, fqr you are there just before me she an you are there. Listen, then; I tell you what happen. I hate an' I love see! Then I make meestake. Hadre de Dios! I know not how get was, but I shoot the man I love. Bet was crazy thing; but I not keel beem; Ilmow I not keel heem. How I know? Santa Marie! The good God would 1 me." "Shelby " I how? ,.- mad into I do? I ran awayyet save the woods. heem, but would maybe not let me believe that "What could -- t , ". -- Why should eet be so? I went there not for that no! I tell you how eet all come. Eet was because of my brother, senor you know my brother, Juan VHlemonte? He dead, senor, dead. You know how he die? Eet was a quarrel with Senor Laud an' Senor Hanley they keel heem, the two against the one. I not know what t happen. I wait in the cabin for Juan to come, but he stay away. No one ' 'tell' me teel an Indian hoy come an' he tell Then I know Juan is dead, an' I go crazy like that I am Spanish, senor; I hate an I love then only I hate! I would avenge my brother; 'X would keel the man that keeled heem. I care only for to" do that. He was 4here In this cahf n ; I creep up .an' see. Eel Was dark in there, yet-- saw hees face. He could not see me, but I ainu Senor Macklin was theretqoL an' the -- your face." "Yes, it was I, senor I who love heem. You know, senor, eet was I who shoot Senor Macklin?" "Yes, Pancha; the lady here saw J had to carefully pick his way among the stones, seeking a safe resting place for each foot. They must move noiselessly. Their only hope lay In the confidence the Indians felt in their death No one know." Shelby smothered an oath; the within the cabin. If they were aswhole foul plot suddenly revealed to sured as to this, then they had probhim in all Its hideousness. This then ably scattered, willing to wait until morning to search the debris for their was what these fiends had been plan(5? "5 bodies. But this they couldn't know. Banal r ning; It was plot within plot; crimiTliree Friendly against criminal. He was blind As they turned Into the ravine they nal Gentlemen obtained a glimpse of the burned Senor." not to have perceived the truth be"Yes, Pancha." laaamn nf fore; now it stood before him In all cabin. One wall yet stood, ragged ?Vjrl I VSFctl TURKISH "I think as I He here what It was against the sky. and there was a gleam Its sheer nakedness. Macklln's drunkVIRGINIA embers. Occasionally a gust best to do. They stir down there. I of red en boast had brought forth Its full JaaanU w A cannot see yet for the fog, but I hear BURLEY Hanley, too brainless and of air sent sparks flying upward and brood; spirals of black smoke were visible. sounds. Pretty soon they will know, cowardly to lead, had told all he knew perhaps. They hunt the burned cabin to Indian Joe embellished it, no doubt No moving forms could be perceived and It was just tiio :ort of thing about the ruins, and it was evident the an' find no bone, no flesh. What will the latter was eager to get his hands spot was still in a condition to render they do?" ' "Laud will suspect the truth." Into seemingly a safe game, with a exploration impossible. Huddled closely together in the "'Tis so, perhaps; yet I believe we good stake. Shelby reached out and shelter of the rocks the fugitives left no trail, senor. It was all rock drew Olga closer to him in the darkstared across the open space at the an' water; even the Sioux cannot folness. red gleam. The Mexican girl had low that. You know the way now?" "I understand, now," he said Terselifted herself upon a projecting stone, "To the cave yes." ly. "We've got to fight this out together. All right, I'm ready. What and was searching the shadows with "It is safe. But if the senor lives he keen eyes. is it you want me to do? Can Mackmust have a doctor. You tell me that, In new package that fits the pocket "Where do we go?" Shelby ques- and there is but one way; I must lin walk?" At a price that fits the pocket-boo- k "No, senor; I think maybe he verra tioned. ride." The same unmatched blend of "Up the rock trail, senor; there is Shelby straightened up, instantly had nJT; he not speak now for long no other safe place." Turkish. Virginia and time. Mnybe you tell what we do for grasping her purpose. Tobaccos "So I thought. Then we must get heem." "You mean you will leave us here Guaranteed by under cover before daylight. Dawn is to go on alone?" "I'm afraid not, Pancha. I've doctored some wounds, but I'm no expert. not far off from the looks of the sky." "Yes, senor; eet Is best. They will Nw 0Jt CITY Jlii FIFTH AVE. He mused suddenly. "What kind of a not stop me ; they will not know. UnWhere is lie? Oil, here.-- ' lie bent down In the dark and looking guy is Hanley?" less I meet Senor Laud there Is no "He tall, scrawny, red whiskers." touched the motionless figure. His findanger; perhaps even he will not susgers sought the man's pulse, which "Then I got him ; plugged the fellow pect, or interfere. There are horses through the arm. He won't want any there, and I ride often sometimes showed weak hut rapid. more for awhile. Come, let's move even up onto the mesa; no one will HENRY "Where was Hie wound?" on," he added Impatiently. "In the right chest, senor." "It's docare." ing no good to remain here and stare DENTIST "And you have dressed and band"You are sure you can pass?" aged it?" at that fire, and it is no light load "I am sure I will pass," she said "Yes, senor; the best I could. I I've got on my back." firmly. "I ride for hees life, senor." Gas Given Fop tore up my underskirt" The way was a rough one, strewn It was the better plan, nor could (jjJTv iWifS?Pj3' 'I'll "Do you know if he bled much?" with stones, but well protected by Shelby deny the probability of its sucof "Not since I found heem no; eet high banks, on either side. Pancha cess. No one, unless possibly It might was very little. You think maybe he seemingly knew every Inch of It, for be Laud, or Hanley, had any reason live, senor?" she advanced confidently, selecting the to suspect her now. It was a long "I am unable to answer that. Pan- easier path. So they came to the end journey to Gerlasche, too long to be cha," he replied soberly, rising to his of the cleft, where it terminated at made on foot, and If the girl went COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. feet . "The man Is evidently hard hit, the bank of the creek. with them up the trail, every effort at weak from loss of blood and in a The light from the slowly graying rescue would be delayed. Buy that Hercules Now coma now from fever. This Is no sky overhead scarcely penetrated the "You are right, Pancha," he admitplace for him. "If we could get him depths of the ravine, and to the burted. "We'll get him up there someout into the open, bandage his wound den of carylng the heavy body of way. But you better go now, before REDUCED PRICES ATTORNEY-AT-LAproperly and get a doctor for the ball Macklin was added the weariness of the fog rises." he might have a fair chance. I can the frequent stumbling over the stones "Yes, senor." say no more than that" Office Second Floor, Court House, with which the path was strewn. Olga, She came over and knelt beside The best i J h. p. engine manu"A doctor! Where would there be fighting off the deadly falutness which Macklin, who was moaning slightly, West Side .Adjoining Court Room. factured can be bought for the a doctor?" threatened every moment to overcome his head resting on a pillow made by her, bore her share of the burden with Shelby's coat. As she bent over him Ieait money. Likewise each other "I know of none this side of COLUMBIA. KY. an army surgeon Is at the a courage that moved her husband his eyes partially opened, but with no size from 3 to 12 h. p. And the camp there ; no doubt he would come." strongly, inasmuch as he felt he was light of intelligence in them; they ferure of all is their low cost of "Gerlasche ! And and he could save nearing the end of his strength and were dull, lusterless. operation. Over 300,000 in the EZ realized what the strain must be on heem, senor?" "Senor, senor," she sobbed, pressing field guarantee their reliability. Res. Phone Business Phone "He might; I can promise nothing; her. his hand between both her qwn, "I am but that would be the only hope." The events of the next hour regoing to ride for you." "But you will help me? You pledge mained in Shelby's mind more like Some angel of mercy must have put The 8 Million Dollar Hercules N some terrible dream than a rememthat?" the words on his lips, for certainly he Corporation Stands Back of "I will do whatever I can," Shelby brance. He was conscious of being knew her not, yet faint, fitful, there its 5 Year Guarantee said earnestly. "I hardly know how excessively worn, hungry, tired. His came from his lips the cry: ! I want you, Pancha !" we are going to manage It Once out- mind did not function, yet he clung DENTIST"Pancha side, we might find some poles, rig doggedly to his task, with teeth She must have understood, known, Sc? the new Hercules today and up a litter, and so get along, the three clinched, and every muscle aching and yet the comfort of that call was get our low prices on them of us." from the effort Macklin moaned once hers. or twice, but without regaining con"Yes," Interposed Olga sympathetmotionShe looked at him Office,,Front Rooms Jeffries'BTdg. ically, "we must do that If possible. sciousness, and twice Shelby felt comless; then bent and kissed his lips. S. F. EUBANK He cannot be left to die alone in this pelled to lay the wounded man on the Slowly, regretfully she arose to her horrible place. I am strong, and will ground, while he regained sufficient feet, and faced them, her cheeks Columbia, Ky. UP STAIRS. help all I can. Could we now start strength to proceed. Once they enwhite. deavored to shift the burden, Olga inat once?" "'Tis all," she said simply, "now I THE HERCULES CORr., EYANSIIUE. "Just a moment Is there an en- sisting on helping him to bear the go." Also aiitn of HEROJtES BUBGitS man. But this proved impracticable, COLUMBIA, KY She vanished without a sound, glidtrance not far away, Pancha?" and again Shelby shouldered the body ing through the fringe of bushes and "Not 50 feet, senor." down the steep Sank to the protection firing and staggered blindly up stream. 'Then we ought to hear any The sky was gray, a heavy mist n CONTINUED QN PAGE C or shouting without Everything seems quiet Let's make the effort shrouding the valley below, when they The American per capita finally attained the opening jnto the .,. now." The largest mail station in hej An uprising of the radical ele- Bumption of sugar last year 4 trail sought. Nothing could be seen of He sent the Mexican girl on in and, convinced that, as world will be opened this mm--m- ment in Ireland is feared at 97.8 pounds, the history of 'lifted the uhqonscious yet, there was no pursuit, the three country -Easter. x "But why not call the others?" Shelby asked suddenly in suspicion. "What danger is Macklin In?" "You know not?" in surprise. "The Indian boy tell me he an' Hanley. They plan eet all out 'Twas because Juan would not be one of them they keel heem. They would hold her for ransom; they say a man comes soon here who would pay much ; so they try to put out of the way Senor Macklin. 'Tis to get her that Slagin go to the cabin; he fall, and then Senor Laud try another way. He not know when he come that Senor Macklin get back. the dark, narrow passage. It terminated in a small hole, well protected by a covert of brush, through which the fellow had to be drawn cautiously. Once on the outside, under the cold gleam of the stars, they found themselves protected by the high banks of a gully, that turned sharply to the left, connecting with a deeper ravine. The three clustered close, and listened, but no sound broke the stillSatisfied they were not obness. served, Shelby again picked up the wounded man, and, with Pancha guiding, her figure barely discernible In the gloom, slowly advanced down the depression. "But she will not believe that She thinks it is all her fault, and and she Is such a wild, passionate little thing. I would do anything to save him for her." "There is about one chance In a thousand. Still he's just about ornary enough to make it We sure don't owe him anything." "I am not so certain of that," she said softly. "I wonder when I would have known my husband, but for him? I doubt if you half believe all I confessed to you now." "I can scarcely realize It Is true, but belief is not absent." The motionless girl at the end of the rock suddenly turned her head, and glanced back at them with her piercing black eyes. "Senor, Is it true that you love her you may want. This famous paint is backed by an iron clad guarantee and the quarter century reputation of its makers, the well known firm of Lampton, Crane & Ramey Co., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. Come in and get a free color chart see us for eve? thing in the paint line, varnishes, brushes, etc. It ii our pleasure to serve you. When we bought paint this year we refused to buy until we found good paint that was pure nothing else is good enough for the good people of this community. Of the paints shown us we chose and decided to handle the famous Lampton's house paint because we know that it is made of the purest, white lead, zinc, linseed oil scientifically ground and mixed, ready for you to put on with a brush any color or tint in any quantity LAMPTON'S PAINT PRODUCTS Lamptan's Ready Mixed House Falat lanptoa's Doable Thick Home Paint Lampton's GlenvTood Home Faint IiBEaptoa'a Household Palat Laaapton's Fine Flat Fialaa Lasaptoa'a Mill White IiBMpton'a Floor Falat LaMpton'a Porta Palat Zrfunpton'a Concrete Palat Lampton's Enamels & ITadercoat Lasapton'n Screen Knarael Lamptoa' Wagon Paint Laapton'a Carriage Faint Laaptoa'a Atrtamobtle Paint Lampton's Auto A Carriage Tap Dressing1 Lampton's Wood Filler Lampton's Flat BrlcJc Faint Lampton's Roof Faints Lampton's Roofer's Cement Lampton's Antl-Rn- st Metal Faint Lampton's Creosote Shingle Stain Lampton's Iadnstrlal Faints Lampton's Colors la Oil Japan. 'A ' Water Lampton's Black BoiH Slatlax uajni'i Lamstoa's Ra.MeT.lM Lamptaa's Penetrati Oil Stj Lampton's uKaatHaaBa7 varnlsae It was hard, slow work, as Shelby your wife?" "True; of course, Pancha. I told you so even before I told her." "An she love you?" "I am Senor Shelby's wife, Pancha," spoke up Olga quickly, a flash burning red on her cheeks. "I have no other ambition." "But the money! You rich, he say that, Senor Macklin. You not even care for that?" "Not very much no. I know nothing about it, and am perfectly content if It never comes. You must know what I mean you have loved." "Yes, senora; I have loved, and would still love; money is nothing. PHULL DRUG CO. n .WV 1 j MM a one eleven cigarettes llir FIFTEEN Burley 4-11- 1 W. DEPP Painless Extraction Teeth. 6 W. A. Coffev W Ger-lasch- e; 13-- B. 13-- Dr. J. -- Murrell dry-eye- d ll zn theb-eneral- es ' er -- in Chicago. y tA ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. ' " S 71 w "wflr- - & . WILL HONOR HEROES Gilvln Acquitted. 15-Mau-- rice .1 Frankfort, Ky., Apr. Commonwealth of Kentucky To Galvin was acquitted on perRaise Funds For Memorial emptory instructions from Judge Building at Lexington R. L. Stout this afternoon. Maurice Galvin, Covington atCommemoration of he sacrifice of Kentucky heroes in the World War torney and republican leader, will be tiie object of thousands of men, women and children of the State charged with conspiracy to seduricg the week of Ap.-i- l when cure a pardon for Frank Blair, they set out to raise $300,000 for a convict, today told on the witmemorial building. Names of the 3,056 wno died will be ness stand how he obtained complaced on the bronze tablets In the of Blair's sentence building which will be used daily as mutation a chapel and union by thousands of from Governor Morrow. He deyoung people from evrey section of Kentucky attending the State Univer- clared he received no pay for obsity at Lexington. Records of Kentaining the pardon and did it tucky's part in the war, work of and of those in the mili- solely through friendship for tary service, will be kept there In adWilliam Burkamp, of Newport. dition to war trophies. An army of 150,000 school children Galvin was the first witness will start out Monday, April 24, to raise one dolar each. The plat was for the defense after the court endorsed by State Superintendent George Colvin and the Kentucky Edu- overruled a motion to instruct cational Association at its annual the jury to acquit. Galvin indimeeting in Louisville. Superintendents, principals and teachers have cated that Newport people interbeen requested to assume direction of ested in Blair's sick sister, asked the school children's soliciting, acting as treasurer and either turning in the Burkamp to intercede for Blair. funds to the woman County Chairman Burkamp came to Galvin, the or sending them to State Headquarlatter said, and he placed the ters, 210 Fifth Street, Louisville. Governor Morrow's proclamation matter before the governor. He follows: Those who have not forgotten the declared be made no representacourage of the living and the glorious sacrifice of the dead; those who re- tions to the Governor other than member the soldiers of the great war documentary. who offered and gave themselves for Another motion for peremptous, will during the week o April conduct throughout Kentucky a ry instructions for the defendant campaign to raise $300,000 for the purpose of erecting at the University of was filed after Galvin's testiKentucky a memorial chapel to perpetuate the lives and deeds and ser- mony while the court took under vices of the Ameican soldiers of the advisement. great war. Gov. Edwin P. Morrow, who "The University of the Commonwealth is linked with the young man- commuted the sentence of Blair hood of Kentucky, and It is therefore fitting that on such a spot there so that it would expire on June should stand a memorial to the cour- 2, 1921, was the first witness for ageous youth of our State. .No or other memorial has been the commonwealth. The govererected In Kentucky for this purpose thus far. I am, therefore, confident nor told the jury that he did not that this appeal will reach the heart issue the pardon because of anyand the purse of the patriotic citizens f the State. We honor ourselves thing Mr. Galvin said to him or vrhen we honor those who died for us. because of Mr. Galvin's friendWe make certain that the spirit of yesterday will live throughout our to- ship, but because of the fact morrows if we honor courage and nothat James Hendricks, Louisbility and sacrifice. "I, therefore, set aside the week of ville restaurant proprietor, whom 9 April as War Memorial Week, and call upon the men and women of Blair attempted to rob, recomKentucky, the sons and daughters of mended the pardon of Blair, who the Republic, those who inherit and hold all for which the dead have died to had been sentenced to serve five .lend their hearts and hands to the years in prison. success of this campaign. The living offered and the dead gave their lives. The governor said that he We can give out of that which God has given to us that the memory of "figured that the man who had their deeds shall abide forever with been robbed knew more about it us." James C. Wilson, of Louisville, who than anybody on earth," and was one of the most successful direc- that it was on this recommendators of Liberty Loan campaigns in the South, has been appointed State tion that he commuted the senChairman for this campaign. tence. Asked whether or not he The following poem, dedicating the Kentucky Memorial Building to the had communicated with the comfallen heroes, winner of a attorney or the contest, was written by Mrs. ISeanor monwealth's Iuncan Wood, of Maysville: judge who tried Blair in Louis governor said that he Dear Motherland, Kentucky, here we ville, the bring did not. He was asked about The names of these thy sons who whether or not it was usual to nobly died. Who for Thy sake and Freedom's put communicate with local officials aside Young Love, and Lusty Life, and Call and he said that it was not, al of Spring, though sometimes the commonAnd strode down Death's dark ways wealth's attorney and officials adventuring. came to him with recommenda-tion- s We cannot bring them back; we canof pardons. not give To their young eyes the joy of sunThe defense sprung a surprise rise, nor To eager ears that call they harkened on the commonwealth during the for The cardinal among the hills of home. cross examination of the goverThey live nor, when ifc developed that Mr. But In our hearts and these are fugitive. Galvin had obtained from the Board of Charities and CorWe shall go down to dust even as State they. rections the record of Blair, So to Thy Heart. Kentucky, bring we showing a "clear" prison record now These deathless names. A coronet for at Frankfort and that he had thy brow and Beautiful. And thou shown this to the governor. The shalt pay governor testified that this inciUnending honor till Time's latest day. dent previously had slipped bis And it shall be throughout the coming mind, but that three or four days years Young hearts shall proudly read these ago Mr. Galvin gave him the card s remembered it. And feel within their own the sacred and that he then flames, It also developed that the card ''We'll live for what they died for had been used in the governor's spite of fears," So faith shall spring once more from office to figure the number of blood and tears. months Blair had served and to Keep safe these names; Thy sons who determine how the sentence would not save Themselves at price of Liberty and should be fixed in the commun-tatio- n Thee. so that it would expire on The "Old Kentucky Home" shall hal- that date. The governor said Jowed be ages by the blood they this was the thing that had Throughout the gave; caused him to remember the Keep thou them safe, Thy Beautiful card. and Brave. 23-2- 9 23-2- 9 real-monum- No Longer Any Reason For Discouragement. Men's Hats $1.50 We have Just Received Beautiful Line Of The Dress Gingham. The New Spring ? 9 LOWER, PRICES ON Patterns Are beginning to Come in and We Now Have a Large Farm Implements, Machinery, Wagons, Fertilizers and all Farm Supplies. Take advantage of this Late Reduction to Equip Yourself and Farm to Make Your Land Produce the Latest Style Men's Hats Which We are Offering To our Assortment Of Dainty Cheeks Plaids And Attractive Stripes. Call and Make Customers At i i i i i t fllg; Mamimum. ONLY $1.50. Your Selections Early. Chevrolet Samson Tractor GREATEST TRACTOR VALU EVER OFFERED The Automobile Season for TO YOU this County Will Soon Be Here. 23-2- We Offer the Different Chevrolet Models at the following New prices: 400 Touring and Roadster 590 Light Delivery - - F. B. Touring and Roadster Now way $445 The Samson is Noted for the Hugs the Ground and Pulls. We will be glad to give it $525. 525. 975. Demonstrations. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. & & Hg SON jVe- - vil v?g; Vg President on Bonus. ?WL WL Vg, Vsg s A Jg state-wid- e IV jv jg IV The Railroad Outlook. Wall-Stre- CREKM SEPHRHTOR Best-love- d, hero-name- braze u4 pacM This poem will .be fe t on. asax&a r Those who oppose additional taxation at this time for a bonus to the men are inclined to sympathize with President Harding in his opposition to the present form of the bonus bill, but it has been the President's indecision and his playing fast and loose with this and other questions that have helped to bring about the state of affairs in his party. He was for a high tariff bill at once, No high tariff bill nor any other kind of a tariff bill has been passed, and he is not urging that any be passed. He stood for a reduction of the higher surtaxes to 32 percent pleaded for a compromise at 40 percent, and then accepted 50 percent. He has at least pretended to be for a bonus all along but it was himself who prevented the passage of a bonus bill in the Senate, and he has not yet acquieaed in any feasible plan for the payment of a bonus. It is the irony of fate that the "Wiggle and Wobble" cartoon of the last campaign, to which the Republicans attributed such a large measure of their success, that its creator was made Chairman of the Shipping Board, should now During the month of March be made to apply in such an em194'm!llion8 were spent in build- barrassing .way to President Harding Lixelf, ing in the large cities. ex-servi- The Journal thinks it is able to see among the investing public "a returning confidence in rails," and, after scrutiny of the current reports, decides that "railroad investors have a more substantial basis for confidence in the future than they have had since the Federal government assumed full control of rates in 1910. The primary function of the railroads is to serve the public, but it is obvious that they cannot do this unless prospective investors have confidence in railroad investments. It is, therefore, of nearly as much importance to the shippers as to the investors that the roads be kept on a sound financial basis. And K. R. CHELF, Agent, of Adair County. there does not seem to be any doubt that the position of the If you are Interested, write me at Knifley. Kentucky roads has improved and is improving. ! Of course there are vexed questions yet to be determined. 3 As business revives the railroads can make money at existing labor costs. But there is a widespread demand for reduced rates MOR-AJSSc LOWE and unquestionably rates are A, Sanitary Shop, where both SatisfactIonand high. But these rates may not Gratification are Guaranteed. be reduced unless labor costs are Give us a Trial and be Convinced.' reduced this is the long and X 5fc X short of the whole proposition. Louisville Post. et well-manag- ed Colun bia Barber Shop jsj T m teyt V ,3.i,W-- ' V ill ) 1 iV 4 Til! 4 f Goaivtv THE ADAIB COUNTY NEWS each other for the Republican nomination for Congress in an Published On Tuesdays Illinois district, and the chief issue between the two seems to fa Colam6ia Kentucky- have been the soldiers' bonus. E.MURRELL, - - - Editor The election took place a week - Mgr ago and Mr. Reld won. Mr. M?S. OAISY HAMLETT. Copley was a strong supporter of Newspaper devoted to! the InA Democratic the soldiers' bonus, and Mr. Reid terest of the city oflColumbia and I the People opposed it, insisting that the sf Adair and adjoininslCounties. country could not afford to pay second it, and that moreover, many of Eatered at the Columba' nail matter. the sold iers did not want it. Unquestionably Mr. Reid received TUESDAY APE. 25 1922. strong support from the men. And he won bis race 8UBSCKIPTION2PRICE: by an impressive majority. $L50 an Kentucky the $2.00 It is not to be doubted that Oat !de of Kentucky All Subscriptions are due and Payable in Ad- - members of the Senate will read ponder over these returns. The Senate does not wish to pass the ANNOUNCEMENTS. bonus bill and will not pass it unless the Senate believes it to be FOU jtogeJcouet of appeals. popular. Adair heuls entree at the White House, that! .. Liberty bonds have returned to the vicinity of par because of the w !yfIXlll)l!y!l)!llfIIHiWf&fH .f1 '" . -- Poit-ofi9c-- as ex-servic- e We are authorized to announoe The following truths were takJudge D. A. McCandless a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, en from a contribution in the Third DiBtrict,Esubjett) to the action Lebanon enterprise: So many of the Democratic party. timeB unhappiness is brought to We aie authorized to auuounce that H. L. James, of Elizabethtown, Hardin county, is a Democratic candidate fori Appellate Judge in this the Third District, sdbiect to the August pri- mary. The House voted, last week, 279 to 78 for a navy of 86,000. .Everything points to Ohio as the storm center in the fall campaigns. Negroes have now become bank robbers. Three entered a bank in the suburbs of Columbus Ohio, last week and got away with $5,000. The printing of the books for registration day, it is given out printers who have made es- timates, will cost the State $100,-00A little foolishness will bring about more taxes. 0. A terriffic and destructive storm passed through the Western and middle States last Sunday. About 200 persons were killed in Indiana, Illinois and also in Ohio, and the destruction to property amounted to up in children which could so easily be avoideH, They, are often made to suffer untold misery through no fault of their own. When childhood is the only time when they will be absolutely carefree and happy itfseems!a shame that any of those previous moments should be taken from them unnecessarily. Even parents many this parents times overlook who in later years would give so much to clasp their children in their arms children who have grown up and left the old family circle to form homes of their own children'who can never be "mother's babies" any more because their interests have drifted far from the old fireside. Bear this in mind, mothers and y thers, and when the time comes that you are.lef tfalone in the old home make it possible to look back at your children's childhood and know that it was a happy fa-b- one. the millions Mr. Henry Jefferson, a prominent Mason, of Louisville, has not missed a regular meeting of his Commandry, the DeMolay, A banquet was held in his honor in the temple last Tuesday night. He is a past eminent commander and a past grand commander of the State. is generally known that under a law passed at the last ses- for fifty years. It sion of the Legislature that every voter, both men and women, in Kentucky, will have to register in the month of July before they will be entitled to vote at the November election. This will be the only year they will have to register, as one time will be sufficient for all time to come It is, therefore, very important that every male voter and every female voter register. If you should overlook registering and go to the polls at the November election you would not be allowed to cast your suffrage. Let every person male and female remember the registration' days in July 10th and 11th, and be gure to have their names recorded. Every person that is 21 years old and over will be entitled to register. The Democratic landslide moving steaily across the country Conreached the Thirty-sevent- h gressional District of New York on April 11, and crushed a plurality of 29,000 down to 3,000, with every city in the district Democratic. The contest was for the seat Alanson B. Houghton, recently appointed Ambassador to Germany, and the Democratic candidate was Judge Frank Irvine, who made an aggressive campaign which attracted the attention of the nation. The Republicans have not even their usual excuse of bad weather for election day was bright and sunshiny and a special effort was madejby the Republican managers to get out the farmer and women vote. On its way to New York the Democratic landslide took in the city of New Britain, Conn., resulting in the election of a Democrat mayor, who defeated the republican incambent,rthus completing the list of Democratic mayors in all the large cities cf Connecticut. The most significant thing about the special Congressional and the regular municipal elections this year is that they have invariably shown eitherIpositiveDemoeratic victories or tremendous Democratic gains. . Re-publiban WASHINGTON LETTER. BY WALLACE BASSFORD. The claim of the Washinging- Louisville Post: Ira C. Copley ton Post, whose editor left the nd Frank R. Reid ran against party of his fathers for the social wonderful governmental economies of the administration is considered a' good joke in Washington. The Post neglected to give the figures on the "economies," which would show that up to date the Congressional appropriations are running a race with those of last year, but enjoying a small lead. It is also worthy of comment that Liberty bonds are not alone in the advance; every bond listed on the New York Exchange is higher than last year, as well as almost every single stock. Last September this writer directed attention to the situation and stated that Wall Street was preparing to celebrate the election of Harding with a big buy market, and asked the reader to cut out the quotations on the New York Stock Fxchange and compare with those six months and The Bix months a year later. period has elapsed and the aver-ag- e gain on a list of fifty repre sentative rail and Industrial stocks is more than $20 a share. The hoarded surplus of capital in the cities has brought the eastern money rate down to the vicinity dowpjto 4 per cent, anq" in that coudition the Liberty bond is naturally in demand by the holders of large amounts of idle money. The President, strenuous advocate of economy, is enjoying ,his beautiful new launch, purchased for him out of the people's money, to convey him from the wharf to the Mayflower and back again. Of course a fine launch has always been provided for this purpose, but some official who probably desired to win the approval of the royal eye for a prosperous moment, conceived the idea that the successor of Jackson and Lincoln should ride in palatial state such as was affected by the Roman emperors of those luxurous times preceed-inthe fatal day when the their horses in the Forum. A forty-fiv- e thousand dollar launch is the result; it is used about five minutes per week. It is built of solid mahogany from the forests of Santo Domingo, decked with the silver of Mexico and cushioned with the silks of the Orient. It would require the fervid imagination of a Poe or a Rider Haggard to visualize some of Harding's predecessors using g taxes of the the farmer and the laborer for this ostentation of luxury while preaching economy in every breath. Who can imagine old Andrew Jackson, who slept in his tent with his spurs on in the muddy Chalmette bottoms wait ing for the British to land, allowing his understrappers to buy such a bauble for him out of the people's money? And how would Lincoln look, vmore rails from sun to sun than any other man in his county, lolling back in the down filled cushions of this wonderful boat? The party of Lincoln has fallen into strange control in these days. The bill for the bogus bonus is still in doubt. At present it is struggling with the much amended tariff bill to see which shall gain the right of way in the Senate. There is little chance that the soldiers will be to have the bonus provisions so changed that they will not have to pay interest to the bankers. neck-and-neck - ,Jtr i m m 52 fl T Newest Styles Better Values IN Ladies, Gents and Childrens Footwear, Also A m m m m m m m m m m Latest Creations in m Dress Goods, Notions and Novel-,- 3: ties, Hats, Caps, Etc. e m m w m m m m m Carpets, Rugs and Furniture. . SOHONEY & DOHONEY. if ; .. mmmmmmmmmm m mmmmmmmmmmm mm the pale of respectability and is an enemy to society and the cowardly foe of all that is good and noble, he does not feel under any obligation to sell his patrons whisky that is at least reasonably safe to drink. Conse quently in many instances he sells under the name whisky, a vile poison. Here is a warning sounded by a Federal prohibition officer: "The face on the barroom floor should be a skull with cross bones under it these days. "Death lurks in white corn liquor. It all contains fusal oil, one of the most deadly poisons. First run" moonshine is 'rank poison,' yet the moonshiner who makes the stuff first shot's it is called by the legitimate tiller doesn't trouble himself to distill it again, but sells it as it is for drinking purposes. Bowling l. Green Times-Journa- g bar-stabl- ed The financial interests will see to fined in section one of this Ace than it that they either receive a sales the actual dockage which has been detax as the price of their consent. termined by the careful candling of the eggs so purchased or sold. The bonus will only be obtainable "3. The term "candling" as used after paying tribute to the banks. Herein shall be construed to mean the careful examination of the whole egg; After in a partially dark room or place suitable for the purpose. The apparatus May 15. and method employed to be such as shall be approved by the State Board Senate Bill number 193 introduced and passed at the last session of the of Health. "4. Any person, firm or corporaLegislature, regulating the sale of refresh eggs, will effect every dealer in tion failing to comply with the quirements of or violating any of the the State, whose duty it is to acquaint himself with the law which is as fol- provisions of this Act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction lows: 810.00 nor more "An Act to promote the production be fined not less than $50.00 for each offense. of better eggs in Kentucky by regu- than 5. That all acts or laws and parts lating the traffic in eggs to prevent of acts or laws in conflict with the profraud and misrepresentation in dealing in eggs, to prevent sale of eggs visions of this act be and are hereby " unfit for human food."and to fix pen- repealed All Eggs Must Be Candled hard-wrun- alties for violation of the provisions thereof. "Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, that, "1. So person, firm or corporation engaged in the buying and selling of eggs shall sell, offer or expose for sale or traffic in, any eggs unfit for human food, UDleas the "same is kroken in shell, and denatured so that it cannot be used for human food. For the purpose of this Act, an egg shall be deemed unfit for human food if it be addled or moldy, has a black rot, or white rot, blood ring, if it has an adherent yolk or a bloody or green white; or if it be incubated beyond the blood ring stage; or if it be composed in whole or putrid substance. "2. That between May 15th of each year and January 15th of the following year no person, firm or corporation engaged in the buying selling of eggs, shall buy or sell eggs without candling them, and no navment either in cash or in merchandise shall be made for those unfit for food. No person, firm Miss Alice England was conveyed to a Louisville hospital last week by her Mr. R. L. Roe. She went to go under the knife for a cancer. It is hoped that the trip will prove beneficial. brother-in-law- , Many of ours subscribers are yet be- hind with their subscriptions. We Dealings on the New York would be glad if they would send in remittances. If they do not want to stock exchange last week were remain patrons, they will please let the heaviest in two years. us know, by postal card or phone. The Glasgow Times says that infor- eral terms as Congressman, died mation has been received and that at his home in Vanceburg. owners of revolvers do not have to register them with tht county clerk. ine JoaDtiscs oi rventucsy con- Such a bill was introduced, but it did template raising next week not pass. $1,-300,0- mm Samuel Pugh, who served sev- i 00 for missionary work. lucky-enoug- h A treaty signed between Germany and Russia has destroyed Inasmuch as the bootlegger is all hope for the Genoa Confera law violator of the moat sulk ence. ing, slinking kind that man who Congress to deals with him ought to think of A bill is before ship subsidy of $12,000,-00- 0. the chance he is taking. When grant a It is supposed to have the or corporation shall in buying or sell- a man is handling a rattle snake support of President Harding. ing eggs, take or give a greater or less he is likely to get bitten. As" the bootlegger is beyond Adair County News, 31 50 per year dockage for eggs unfit for food as de Bootleg Booze. HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5T SOT Campbellsville Hotel 3hC. PROP. Formerlylof AdairlCounty. J. TUCKBR, Mrs. Lucy Follis has been quite sick for several days. . Her daughter, Miss Neil, whois teaching at Perryville, was here to see her the first of the week Mrs. H. W. Depp accompanied by s A Lodging 50c Meals 60c r Cor. N&in'.& Depot Sts. CjfOTIPBEI-I-SiII-I-- E & S. LESTER operation. H. Sandusky, sonand daugh 0. Mrs. JCV her husband and her little daughter Margaret, went to Lcuisvile Sunday for the purpose of submitting to an First to establish the $1022 price --Usco" Tires made this carowner), is it worth rememberannouncernent last November "Hereafter the price of the 30x3y2 'Usco' is $10.90." The lowest price ever quoted on a, tire of quality reputation and standard performance. last t DENTIST ter, Henry and Effie, Miss Jamestown, - Kentucky. Mat tie motorMorrison and Johnie Morrison E makers of U. S. ed to Danville and Harrodsburg urday and Sunday. Sat field (now that the season promises business from the American Dr. H. B. Simpson, Mr. Fred Breeding, and Mrs N. T. Mer cer, this place, went to Louisville Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon, Lebanon, was last Wednesday. The latter to have her eyes examined. here a few days since. Hon. RobC. An tie, a former State Mr. Warren Payton, Frankfort, was Senator, who lives in Louisville at this here last Wednesday. Saturday en route Mr. R. R. Rowe, Louisville, was in time, was here last for home after a business trip to his Columbia a few days since. former county, Russell. Mr. W. G. McElwain, Lexington, Mrs. E. L. Feese and her father-in- was in this place lastjweak came Mr. II C. Borders was over from law, Mr. Jas. Feese, of Berea, down a few days aeo and will spend Campbellsville, Wednesday. several weeks. They stopped with Mr. Leslie Graves, Campbellsville, Mrs. Feese parents, Mr. and Mrs J was in our midst a few days ago. H. Pelley. Mr. T. A. Furkin made a business Misses Margaret Allen, Lucile Bush- trip to Lebanon Junction last week. oug, Katie Murrell. Gladys Frazer, Mr. W. L. Weeks, of Alabama, was Bell, Lettie Christie. Lucile at the Jeffries.Botel a few days ago. Zoraedna Messrs. Winfrey, Frank Dillon, Robt ' Paul Gowdy and Fayette Sanders, Allison and Garland Nelson witnessed 'Campbellsville, were here last Thursthe ball game at Campbellsville Satur day. day. ' Mr. F. H. Bahre, 'Louisville, made a business trip to Columbia last ThursA letter from Mrs. W. I. Ingram, to day. place, from New Mr. W. P. Nunnally, of Louisville, her husband, this 'made his regular trip to Columbia last York, states that her daughter, Mrs. Paul Hamilton, is very low, and that .;. week. there is no hope of her recovery. She Mr. R. H. Deitzman, Louisville, is not able to be brought to Columbia was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days Her going away will be sad news to Since. the many friends here who knew her Mr. E. B. McLean, of Louisville, as Minnie Ingram, a beautiful young ','!' i' was here, to see our merchants, last lady. faith by announcing this price ing that "Usco" showed its good PERSONAL fall The same intent to serve that has made "Usco" a standard value for years. The "Usco" Tire was never better than it is today with its established quality, its I And now, with the opening of Spring, there seem to be quite a number of "New and Special tires" coming into the market in the $10.90 price range. Perhaps you are wondering just what there can be either "new" or "special" about these tires It can't be the $10.90 price and its price closely fig' tired in tune with the times w mS ml mmm m mXUll i'RII 1SP9 m?'WWMmWF?MM "Usco" established that five months ago. - IPp H ill&II MB8IP M Nor quality reputation and standard performance forittakes more than one full season for any new tire to demonstrate where it stands in quality and value With so many tires into this $10.90 price j tm?Q Am lmmmv mmmmmmW United States Tires are Good Tlr$ Copyright and tiri Pttt&y&gmsL ' " Man. U.S. Tire Co. 1922 ikWcc ii Pn?ycU-.WvdC- l United States Tires f J Where You 1) ready to Newton, Louisville, was Ladies misses and childrens i will be delighted with legistered at the Jeffries Hotel a lew wear hats. You W. R. Hutchison. the prices. days ago. Cane Valley Mr. S. S. Goode, a prominent citi The following cases were tried be zen of Casey Creek, was here one day fore Commissioner T. C. Davidson last week. Miss Ellen Burton has wonderfully last weeki Shelby Cowan charged improved, now able to walk about her with making, held over in the sum ot $500 which he furnished. Fred Den-sopremises. charged with selling and D. Bell Mr. W. I. Ingram met his wife in making, held over in the sum of $100 Cincinnati, on his return from Woreach. Alonzo Bairett. charged with cester. New York. selling, dismissed Mr. and Mrs.jR. Y. Hancock spent Easter wich Mrs. Hancock'f parents, Mr Eb. Foster, who is a merchant Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hindman and postmaster at. Purdy, this county, Mr. Leo I n, Friday. United States Factories Rubber Company " Ftftythnt The Oldest and Largest Rubber Organization in'jthe World IVo hundred and thhtyfire Branches WmM WMmWw TWBPj&SrJfGMMgBBMMW H Mm lMm iij HmHV .kkkktkkkkWg a Can Buy U. S. Tires; iAi. OOL-J7yTBI7- 5, E NOE KENTUCKY. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 49"Q"freQM94463"Qi 66"fr0"8"44Q4"fr' Prof. W. B. Walker and wife, who have been teaching at Campton, are now at their home, Glenville. Mr. W. E SHarris came down from IndianapolisSaturday night, spent Sunday here and returned Monday. Mr. Aibia Eubank had business in Louisville and Frankfort last week His wife holds a position at Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sharp arrived from Louisville last Tuesday. From here they will go for a visit to Jamestown. discovered upon going to the store Saturday morning, that the post office had been robbed of about forty dollars in money. Blood hounds were ordered, and during the day Saturday offi cers of the county were endeavoring to strike the trail. Miss Rose Huun's friends in Colum bi3, Adair county, Russell, Taylor, and E A. AIcKinley Pltff V9 Lonzo Barrett Deft By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- throughout the 8th district, should work incessantly for her success in the automoble contest, now going on She is an in the Louisville Herald. estimable young lady and your support deserves J. W. Corneal has just returned from Martinsville, Ind. He went to that resort to take baths for rheumatism. Miss Bernice Murrell returned from Louisville Sunday night. Her father Dr. J. N. Murrell, met her at Mr. Ctmrles Robinson, who was run out of this county for operating a still, was caught in Meralfe county last week, brought here and lodged in jail m'mmmmmmmmmmmm left last Friday He will enter a hosfor Louisville. pital and submit to an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Young is with her Mr. L. M. Young husbaud. Mr. Estus Barger, of Seattle Washington, is here to rake his mother home with him. He is a son of the late J. H. Barger. Milton, the oldest son of Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Murrell, was quite sick last week, with malarial fever, but is better at this writing. ' dered at the March Term, thereof, 1922, in the above cause, for the sum of $274.57 with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 14 day of March 1922, until paid, and 862 00 costs herein, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the Court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky.f to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day of May, 1922, at One o'cloctc, p. m., or thereabout (being County Court), upon a credit of Three months, the following described property, towit: One sixteen horse power Russell Compound Engine, and one Red River Special Separator. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day ot sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judg ment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master" Commissioner. A C. C. I I 6 SPRING and SUMMER GOODS We have just received a New Stock of Mens Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Ties, &c, which we are offering at reduced prices. LADIES MILLINERY Consisting of a Large Stock of Pattern Hats at various prices. LADIES FURNISHINGS Coat Suits, Dresses in Silks, Canton Crepes, Crepe DeChene, Ging- hams, Percals, &c. Ladies Underwear, Hosiery from the finest Silks down. Oxfords, Neck Wear, &c. Come and Look our Stocks of Goods Over RUSSELL & CO. $4"fr4$44 Born, to the wife of Jo S Knifle Bennett rilled the pulpit Miss Mae Keltner. who was a daughnaApril 22, 1922, a fine daughter Eliza at the Presbyterian church last Sun- ter of Mr. and Mrs Clem Keltner, day forenoon and evening. His dis- tives of this county, was married last beth Lee. The mother and baby courses were appreciated by good au- Sunday week to Mr Guy Weather-for- doing well, and Jo is looking after the affairs at the Russell's Creek Milllns. The ceremony was said at diences, Rev. Gross, who is pastor of Rev. R. H Higgins, the officiat- Company. the church, was detained at Louisville. Rev. R. V. Last Wednesday the residence in Campbellsville, occupied by Mr. Bradley Tarter and wife, caught Jire and for awhile it looked like the building would be consumed, but the lire department saved it. The household goods were removed, and the the damage is light. ar. d. Elk-hor- n, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hindman spent last week in Louisville, the former in the interest of the tobacco market, the latter shopping. J udge W. S. Sinclair, who is in s Your from Paint and protect House tun, Beautify It wind and weather of decay. A Stop the procen It the i government service, stationed at Lo retta, spent a day or two with-hifamily here last week. Mr. V. Sullivan, who has a business in Pans, Ky., arrived last Friday night and remained with his family until the first of this week. y. beautiful book of Home Decorations, with Illustrations In color of exteriors and Interiors. Is available for your consultation. You should see this book before, deciding on any decorative work. ucniov nncjru 1 Old 8ui!dint-- t Made New With Persons who want notices in this Now is plowing season. For Oliver paper must bring them in not later than Saturday morning. After the Chilled plows and repairs see, ' forms are made up it is no little W. R. Hutchisoson, Cane Valley. trouble to tear them up We want all the news we can get, but we want The drug store of T. G. Dillon, it on time. Campbellsville, was entered by thieves Mr. G. A. Bradshaw, who lives at 0 ing clergyman. Warrants, issued from the County Judge's office, have been served on the following parties. Rufus Feese, Matthew Overstreet and Jas. Durrett, charging them with making liquor. They will probably be tried this week. Mr. W. C. Gridershowecfus goftfa'' dollar last Thursday that was glveit.-thim by his father fifty years ago. with the request that he keep it as long as he lived. Mr. Grider intendto obey the request- - - m c uaitmt Monday night of last week The-cas-h Beautiful Color Schemes and Estimates on all - kinds of decorative work m furnished on request. Wiliis & Conover, tjf , Columbia, . Ky., M i drawer was prized open and a small amount of change taken. Nothing else was missed. Mr. Dillon fs a bfother of Mr. G. W. Dillon, Breeding this.county. Montpelier, ten miles from Columbia, came to town last Wednesday. As an evidence that the farmers were busy, he said tliathe did not meet a man until he reached the corporate limits of Columbia. Born, to the wife of Jo Morris, County Clerk Neat issued the followIS, a son. Mother and infant gctse-ti- ng ing marriage licenses lait week: Wm. along nicely. Monday to Miss Dee Moss, Herman Crawhorn to Miss Virgie H. Scott; Miss Katie Taylor Is now a saleslady-- at Wm. Stephens to Miss Lela Vance; the store of W. I. Ingram. Ap Robt. Morris Gore to Miss Lou D. trade given her will be appreciated! Cravensi , - k- -rurn of Pancha with help. The wind kept the platform free from snow, hurling It down into the deep gorge, powdering the trail they had justtrav" eled, and thus completely obliterating any signs of their passage. Yet the gray gloom weighed heavily on the girl. "How long will ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 0 ii CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 r7 MKS Pains TAT VV SI A H jH aHaW H us f. I iiy. giBg:tMfc .Ae -- 1 it take her?" she asked. "Pancha? Oh, she can hardly get back before late tonight. It is a hard ride, even if she meets with no acci- CI C Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, Bliiford, III., got rid of her ills. "During . My pains were terrific. I thought I would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower of my stomach . . . simply felt as if life was for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try. dent" fl III VrV ajaau IHaall Wll BaaM ' fPaysl ''i'ryfj.Wi'MBtw 't''i'fTfXiituifUi 113 "You do not think she will attempt to return alone?" "Not If she brings the doctor. I said nothing, for I did not believe It necessary. He will never venture Into this Hole without an escort and a reasonably strong one. I am hoping she encounters some party, out scouting which will make a trip to unnecessary. Since the fight out yonder, troops must be searching Ger-lasc- was awfully weak ... he They would only be too glad to discover some" guide who would lead the Bad Lands for renegade Indians. them here." "But surely they know place?" of this -- 'Now I Go." at "Qie creek. They were alone, but wath their own work to do. Shelby his with "vit attwo stout quiet efficiency. size In and limbs, similar asms of his strong corduroy jacket, rwss--pIeoe-s, length, he ran these through the Blading them into position by two hastily prepared, and Wes&ad firmly with strips torn from his Macklin, now once again EBKfcerchief. , and motionless, his eyes closed, "asas lifted gently onto the outspread esxt, Ms limbs upheld by one of the d cooss-bars- , and then the jacket securely about him, forming a swinging cradle finely adapted for the Shelby straightened up, 2Psrpose. himself again. 5Ue "There, that will answer nicely," siS-satbut-Sawe- "They know of it; yes, In a way. They possess full information as to Its existence. But to get In here Is quite another matter. "Without a competent guide they might hunt for weeks and, if they did discover the trail through some accident, the game would be gone. Only a sudden dash will ever round that outfit up; they will have to be hit front and rear, and with no small force He looked out Into the cloud of snow, seeking vainly to penetrate the curtain. "The Lord only knows how many savage devils there are down there now," he said soberly. "I don't think there was much of a bunch when I first came In mostly white outlaws, cattle thieves and scum of that kind; but since the fight Indians have been coming, a slew of 'em, young bucks who got away. They'll be desperate and crazed. What was that? That noise?" "It came from the cave. was Macklin." TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "1 continued to get bet- "be lost I'll take this end; that iJH give me the most of the weight, asa.t you lead the way; take it slowly iti you'll be all right" 2i!C7 iplcfced the litter up between Z&ao:, 'Olga relieved to discover how SSfhtty, thus distributed, her share of &r burden rested upon her. She was a&V to advance easily and pick her way among the rocks without experiencing .great discomfort. The weight tine CTree's body came far heavier Vpes. Shelbj, but the rest and change fcQ liargely restored his strength and 3tw Tett no doubt of his ability lo sus-ftXhis end of the burden. Unable vi ""v Onst where he was placing his fkn'j In the stony path, he stumbled causing the wounded Bunti ts 'groan In some sudden spasm Cp-aln- ; yet It was evident he did not eaSer greatly. The trail they followed Itself SE so impressedevery on his memory turn clearly and flKaii !he (recalled eauld call out directions to her in a v Hy, Jte ss.M confidently. "It is bound to be A bard climb, but we'll take our time fa. It and rest when we are tired. No fiicue can see us from below after we &ce the point yonder." "Es the trail up hill all the way?" as&ed the girl, her eyes searching the aiiixjp gace of the bluff. ""Xes, pretty sharp at times, but we'll, wastage. It follows a deep cleft brough the rocks, and once found can-w-et Perhaps It ter, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and myself thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I The Phonograph that Amazed Columbia Can be Bought There is a rumor abroad that the instrument which triumphed in the drastic comparison test, made on Wednesday, Mch. 29th, at the High School Gym, was a special exhibition model. That rumor, is false. The instrument was a regular Official Laboratory Model, out of our own stock. Every Official Laboratory Model in our stock tain the same test. is They were both upon their feet, Startled by the strange sound. Shelby bent down and crept In through the entrance. guaranteed to sus- to be:continued Editor Dies. owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiar to women. If you were one of those, in the audience, on Wednesday, Mch. 29, who wistfully exclaimed: "Wouldn't it be wonderful if I could buy a i - phonograph like that" know that you can. Know that it will perform this miracle every day for you in your own home. Harry McCarty, editor of the Jessamine Journal and one of the best known editors in Kentucky, died Sunday morning: at his home in Nioholasville, after an illness of eight months. He was year. At in his Ihe age of fourteen he was a page in the United States Senate and when the position of Chief Page was created, he was given that honor. He represented his county twice in the Legislature and held a position in the Department of Agriculture under the McCreary and Stanley ad3fas? voice. Torn sharply to the right there ; we ministrations. He was president TriJi have to hold the litter higher to of the Kentucky Press Associa-i- n tJt 'ros that rock; here is the only 1901, and was widely known la&ic exposed ; once In the shadow of Uruss trees the way is completely throughout the state and much Yes, we can move rapidly arsrci'P sjhls point; from now on there beloved by members of the state axss-both sides. Take i easy, press. aroS if you need to rest, say so." mm fifty-seven- th cov-erwf- S. Take Cardui J. 82 THE NEW EDISON "The Phonograph with a Soul." Come in and hear for yourself the Official Laboratory Model's marvelous realism. Find out about our Budget Plan, which enables you to own an Official Laboratory Model for a small down payment, the balance on a gentleman's agreement to suit your convenience. Note: The test at the High School Gym, was made by Glen EI- -. lison, the world famous baritone. He compared his living voice with by the New Edison. There was no difference beits voice. tween the living voice and the Re-CreatiRe-Created &;! .ililil m m 3:::; f The New Edison stands absolutely alone in this achievement; no oth- i FRESH PAINT er phonograph has ever sustained this test of comparison. Ii TAYLOR, HERBERTKENTUCKY. COL.U7GI7, SSSKI5SEI if its Pure Paint it will retain itsjbril- - ( :;s-o- burden grew perceptibly heav-Ra- r tolled upward, and several tors fhey put Macklin down, while fiuy flung themselves on the rocks to awsnrr. "breath for a fresh effort The altitude began to affect Olga, her heart tea ling rapidly from exertion, but she eteasted on, determined not to yield. SfacTuy, noting the whiteness of her &e?. Insisted on frequent periods of rest so that they must have been more fissri an liour In attaining the rock pSartfonn abutting on the cave. Get-ta- s IMacklin's helpless body over that last high stone rampart proved to be tlie most difficult task of all, and was Hly accomplished by sheer strength. SSwlliy, .hanging downward, with limbs fecaved against the rock, and slowiy drawing the inert body up by the muscles of his arms, assisted to some ly the efforts of the girl beneath. Once safely behind the cover of the scone parapet, they lay panting with exhaustion. However this was a bodily wearl-iscs- s soon ministered unto. Shelby, refusing to let Olga attempt any more, drew flic wounded man back into the .sgreater security of the cave, and made JMm as comfortable as possible. Then, although still breathing heavily himself, he hastily gathered together what itood remained from his store of the 3ay before, and took this out to share trith her. They sat in the open gust outside the narrow entrance to She cave, where, by lifting their heads, flbey could look over the parapet Into ae deep chasm of the valley, it afl begun to snow, In large, swirling s, '.thickly enough to blot oat com- 3B3etely the scene beneath, leaving Seem perched high above Its vortex, sg though they lived In another world, pke white curtain gave them a sense helped tit Isolation, of security, whichcourage. isurably to restore their were beyond all probability of free from Immediate peril; off from discovery, au mat re- it lined was to wait patiently tha re- - 23s jis .they ex-fifa- nt New Yo'rk Times that the Knights of Columbus, aroused by the reported organization of an Society" in New York, are demanding legislation to punish attacks on the Catholic religion. Any attempted interference with freedom of religion in the United States is to be deplored, but just as greatly to be deplored is any attempt to interfere with freedom of speech. We are inclined to think that our Catholic brethren, wnom we greatly respect and for whose religion we have every feeling of consideration, have brought a great deal prejof the present When udice upon themselves. they caused to be passed by the United States Congress a resolution interfering in the differences of opinion between Protestant Irishmen and Catholic Irishmen they should have known that there would have been a reaction unfavorable to them. "Anti-Catholic It is said by the liancy and save the surface longer. Good painters use and recommend Kurfees be cause it contains more 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. LigSiH your home right. for Every Purpose We Have Them. Kurfees Makes a Paint pure lead per gallon. Let us show you how little it takes to paint f3ljers Tobacco Co, MRGER 8R0S, Columbia, Ky. ti' I "J wide-sprea- d I Chesterfield CIGARETTES tobaccos i inn of Turkish and Domestic 20 for 18c 10 for, 9c Vacuum tins of 50 - 45c blended L,. VetertaarylSurgeonand H. Jones 1 Dentist s of s m While steering on the way to Easter services, Office at ResiJeact. Special attention giveujDlsease his automobile Domest'- - Animals . M u&w Lawrence J. Shutz, wealthy res ident and master builder of Orange, N. J., died of heart mile of town, oc ..4.41 own road. Columbia, Ky The News $ 1 .50 In The State ADAIR COUNTY MEWI COMMISSIONERS SALE. stake in the middle of said Creek, '" a i J; - foPMl7iL-J 0tv. nQW1Zf- nH? ;? rwA IIIAA .- ISHS? -- tbeoceSli ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Manda Acre &c Pltff Rhoda Miller &c Deft By virtu're of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- ed at the March Term,thereof,l922, in the above cause, Icshall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest at Public Auction, on Monday, the day of May 1922, at One o'clock, p. 1st 9 m.,orthereabout(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 rock; thence N I E 77 poles to a white oak and black oak;thence N 89 W104 poles to a white oak; thence S I W 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 poles to the beginning, containing 35 acres more or less and being the iame land conveyed to C. W. Acree by George M. Wolford and wife by deed dated Feb. 11, 1892 and of record in deed book 33 page 198 of the Adair County Court Clerk's Office. The third tract, lies partly in Adair and in Russell counties, and being the same land conveyed to C. W. Acre, by Samuel L. Williams and wife by deed dated July 16, 1908, which deed U of record in deed book page of the Russell County Court Clerk's Office, and is bounded as follows, beginning at asmall Sycamore and Dogwood in John Chapman's line and on a branch; thence down said Branch with its me anders S 30 W 6 poles S 60 W 6 poles, S 5 E 6 poles, S 41 W 6 poles, N 88 W bid-der- .to-wi- W 126 -- poles to. two hick- vs Bit ty y f , i mfa ' v y 1 SEALED AIR-TIGH- T, Nr "gVg ,MM hj v yuJl ?y " i ..( 5 ) JrC y IT fi Guaranteed by 1 . hc ononArco ' which towns it has maintained branch houses. The Buchanan?. Lon Company has purchased COMMISSIONERS SALE. the plants in these towns. Ther changes have been made as ther ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT result of a general read juatmexs COMMISSIONER'S SALE. OF KENTUCKY. of the company's affairs, it is? G. H. Nell, Surviving Partner or the urm Nell & Cheat-ADAIR CIRCUIT! COURT said. Mr. Pemberton stater! ham Pltff OF KENTUCKY. yesterday that his plans for the vs Ethel Pennycuff Clayborn &c The Taylor County Millling J future have not been determine Deft Co Pltff vs By virtue of a Judgment and Order ed. The many friends of Mri L B. Hendrickson &c Def t of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render& and Mrs. Pemberton in this city ed at the March Term, thereof, 1922, Farmers Bank Casey Creek Plff sincerely hope that they will conon cross petition j in the above cause, for the sum 1316.17 ( vs tinue to make their horns 13 J with the interest at the rate of 6 per C. B. Hendrickson Dft By virture of a Judgment and Order Lebanon. Marion Falcon. cent, per annum from the 30th day of "I ories on a bluff, corner to Newton Wilkerson, thence N 57 W 138 poles to a stone marked C passing a black oak, beech and hickory at 106 poles, thence S 38 W 69 poles to a beech thence S 52 E 174 poles to the beginning. Bat there is excluded from the above described boundary about 17 acres which has been sold off and is bounded and described as follows Beginning at a persimmon tree in the south side of the Columbia and Knifley road, thence a southeast direction to a small sj camore thence the same direction to a Sycamore on bank of Casey Creek, thence up said Creek as it meanders to a stake in the middle of the creek, John Arnold's corner thence 81 W to the County road thence S with road to place of beginning, Or. sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, wicb approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. A. C. C. to-wi- t, and 185.60 costs1 herein, I shall proceed to offer' for sale at the Courthouse door 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 thereabout (being County Conrt), upon a credit of six months, the following described property, A certain houseand lot lying in Adair county, Kentucky, situated near the corporate limits of the Town of Columbia, Kentucky, said lot containing 2 acres and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a stone corner to Simon Wheat and Charles Murrell, thence with said Murrell's line S 45 E 15 poles to stone corner to said Murrell and Sam Taylor thence S 45 W 21J poles to a stone, thence N 45 W 15 poles to a stone thence N 45 E 21J poles to the beginning, being the same lot owned by James Milam at his death, conveyed to him by J. G. Taylor and wife by deed of date September 16th, 1873 and of record In the Adair County Court Clerk's Office in deed book W Page 598. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidden will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. A. C. C 1922 to-wi- t: Quits Cumberland Grtcery.. Thomas W. Pern ber ton, wB has for the past nine years bee& manager of the Cumberland Grocery Company's offices in this city, is leaving that company after a total of seventeen years izb its employ. Mrs. Pembexton. who also has held a position tfJtir the company, will quit with ber husband. Mr. Pemberton vis for eight years connected with: the company at Somerset, before coming to Lebanon tc taie? charge of its affairs in this city.. Mr. Pemberton will be succeed?- ed by Frank Orwin, of Somerst-Jwho will take up his duties hre? on April 15th. Mr. Orwin, who is a young man and unmarried. expects to make his future ho?aej here. The bookkeeping of the? v local office will be transferred to Burnside. The company has. disposed of its holdings in Camp-bellsv- ille and Columbia, 123 1 . j- - OprnWooKMethodsin faint-llakir- y Hanna's Green Seal Paint is advertised so that the public will know all about it. Therefore, the more the public knows about it the better. That's why the exact formula appears on eveiy package. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is GOOD paint, and the formula proves it. It shows ifs made up of the best materials, carefully mixed in just the right proportions. Use Green Seal on YOUR property. It will save you money in the long run. Sold by poles, N 74 W 11 poles, S 75J W 9 poles to where it runs into Big Clifty 12 DAVIS HARDWARE CO., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. - ) W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE Creek, thence down said Creek N 33 W 9 poles, thence N 73 W 54 poles to a stake in Clifty, a small Sycamore on the north bank marked as pointers to the stake and also the next corner, thence 16 poles to a white oak on the hillside corner to Calvin Acree; thence E 116 poles to the beginning, containing 20 acres more or less, all three tracts of land join and combined as they are contain 105 acres more or less. For the purchase price, the with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing le gal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these pur-chase- r, terms W. A Coffey. Master Commissioner. A. C. C. International Made-toMeasu- re Clothes.! - COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Second Floor, Icffries Building. COLUMBIA, - KY. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT J. n. OF KENTUCKY. Young, jjPltff . ' vs DEHLER BROTHERS 1 CO., 16 Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 Fannie Hancock &c Deft By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1922,' in the above cause, for the sum of $467 58 with Interest at the rate of six per cent from the 14th day of March, 1922, until paid and 83. 65 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the door 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 thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, a certain tract or parcel of land lying In Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters of Casey Creek, and bounded and Beginning as follows t: at three small white Oaks and a small Mulberry on the side of the Cliff, "running thence S 40 E 12 poles to a stake in the middle of Casey Creek, thence with the meanders of said Creek and up the same N 50 E74 poles N 84 E 28 poles S 70 E 16 poleB N 80 E 25 poles N 50 E 27 poles N 10 W 4 noles to a Court-hous- e to-wi- LOUISVILLE, KY. Roofina, Fencing, Hard- November 1920, until paid, and $78.50 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-housdoor in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the Istqy 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-rai- n Turner and Ethel Pennycuff undivided one sixth interest in the following described property to wit: Two certain tracts of laud lying in Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters of Pettits fork oi 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 lauds of Arthur Walker and H. G. Chilson, con taining 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-miTurner &c Defendants, and con veyed by its commissioner to X. M. Tutt) leaving about 75 acres. The second tract, Beginning at the root of old oak corner to S. H. Mitchell; thence with his line S 9 E 2 poles to a stake; thence down the branch S 39 W 14 poles to to a stone; thence N 43J W 16 poles to a stone; thence N 32. W 35 poles to a stone in the Old Glasgow road; thence with the old road S 80 E 42 poles to Mitchells line; thence with the same S 82 W. 21 poles to the beginning, containing 5i 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, hearing Jegal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner e Cla-born- 's - e of Sale of Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1922, in the above cause for the sum of 8105.05 with 6 per cent from Mch. 14th, 1922 until paid, and $89.00 with 6 per cent. from March 13th, 1922 paid, and $67.35 costs herein, I until shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, K7., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, 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 following described property towit: A certain tract of land lyin? in Adair county, Ky , on the waters of Casey Creek and Green River and bounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning at a stone in J. Wess White's line and corner to same, thence N 50 W 42 poles in slid line; S 31 W 24 poles to a stone; thence S 43 W 12 to a stone S 27 W 34 poles to a beech on the branch thence S 56 E 43 poles to a hickory and three beeches: thence leaving the old line a N E direction 19 poles to a stone C. B. Hendrickson's corner; thence N 22 E 30 poles to the beginning, containing 20 acres more or less. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. A. C. C. mm children of Japanese parents, even though the? parents were natives of Japan: and never have been Americas citizens, may own, buy and sell land in California, according to recent decision made by a super ior court judge in California. However, the father may not advance the purchase price of the land for the benefit of his children who are minors. American-born house has been turned over to the Carl Scnurs school of Chicago, and the girls attending this school will know how to care for it from top tc bottom. Mondays they will occupy the kitchen, learning hovr to cook, Tuesday is sewing day A five-room and Wednesday the house is to? be scrubbed from cellar to attics Thursdays they will wash clothes' and iron them and Fridays the girls will have a course in mill! nery. The Wooden brigantine Essexi. the flagship of the Amerfcain fleet which broke up the slave? trade on the west coast of Af rica. is to be stripped of its engines: beached at Duluth as an armory and station ship for Minnesota naval reserves. So crowded is the Whitesburg A. C. C. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ware, Contractors Supplies. Asohalt, Shiholes. I t. Rev. Barton Campbell Hager-ma-n, jail that the Fiscal court anonce head of Madison Innounced plans to construct an later presiaddition to it. Work will be be- stitute, Richmond, gun at once. There are now for- dent of Hamilton College, Lexty prisoners in the jail, and not ington, and founder of CampbelS Hagerman College, Lexington,, one vacant cell. is dead in Los Angeles. Capt. G. E. Little and Sergt. There are three distinct parl.es Jas. J. Johnson, army fliers from Kelly Field, San JAntonio, were in the Canadian House for the killed when the airplane in which first time in the history of ae they were riding went into a Dominion. They are Progresnose dive at a height of about sives, the Conservatives and the Independents. 100 feet. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT de-sreib- ,. ' C. OE KENTUCKY. ) to-wi- R. Hutchison, Pltff vs Advertise In The News Nina Taylor & others, Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March term, thereof, 1922, in the above cause, for the sum of $127.37 with interest at the rate of six per cent, from the 14th day of March In an address yesterday, SamJ. Ballard, was shot through the right hand in Louisville, by uel Gompers said the principles J. M. Wakefield, prohibition of Woodrow Wilson would guide the world. agent, because, it was said, he held his hand at his hip pocket Louis Swift. Jr., son of the after he was placed under ar- millionaire Chicago packer, spent rest. four hours iu Evanston, III., jaii O. lti-mate-- ly Adair County News, $1.60 per year yesterday for speeding. 22"0 Coburg. j ADAIR COUNTY -- NEWS.' The farmers of this community xare busy plowing and getting oeaeady to plant out their crops -- nt3fe the women are all busy ,:S,nX garden. -- Mrs. Mat Grider. who has been susnfined to her room most all winter is able to stir out a little. Xisses Minnie and Cecile Bault wcsilted on their sister, Mrs. Chest--s- c Sublett Saturday night and .: "SSsoday. oldest citizens of our neighborhood died last Tuesday night and was buried Wednesday afternoon at the Conover graveyard near Gentry's Mill. He was a fine old gentleman and will be greatly missed in the neighborhood. Mrs. Katherine Leach is seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Conover. Mr. and Mrs. Mattbew Leach visited friends and relatives at Columbia last Saturday and Sunday. ndent the colony would be rapid- depopulated and might be re turned to Great Britain with thanks. Cupid's Weapon. INSURE MITH MEN MHO KNOM Worse Thaiv -- i Born to the wife of J. W. Roy KtusSon W. G. spent last Sunday recently a daughter, Eva May. '?fth Mr. and Mrs. Billie Stubbs. Mr. A. G. Bailey, who has -- Kt. and Mrs. R. 0. Sullivan Revs. Crenshaw and Ashby, been on the sick list is better at stedents of L. W. T. S. were the this writing. '3ti sermon at Aspberry Sunday .aexacming. the latter Sunday night. grand-ft2Sghter, c5reek end guests of Rev. German Born to the wife of Mr. Ruel Coomer. The former deliver Richards recently a son. Deport Alien Bootlegger's. 01 -- will approve the measure. It Miss Rildia Russell spent Sat- will be of the greatest practical vasaiay night and Sunday with bpnefit, and in the course of time SS&ss Anne Morris. should reduce the prohibition ' ISiere will be preaching at problem in some cities to a Ile!lyville next Sunday morning mere fraction of what it is at everybody. present. As for the na ives who violate the law, would it not be Roy. 5 a good idea to buy Bimini and establish a penal colony there for farmers are very much behind them? Or perhrps it would be aFtth their plowing in this section better to let them make their livatmzig to so much rain. ing by selling each other their !5r. W. H. Conover, one of the liquor, in which case, we are con- -- Mrs. "Nannie Biggs and Mary Jarvis, spent a By the magnificent vote of 222 Esy or so last week with her to 73 the House of RepresentaMrs. ChaB. Morris. tives has approved and act for 2iss Mollie Morris set Tan old the deportation of aliens who It ITfhssi and thought she would have violate the prohibition laws. -- sccae early chicks, but the ben is astonishing that several repre& the nest singing "Times sentatives seem to be very anxraere too hard for her to be set- - ious to keep these people in the country. No doubt the Senate iaag around." ie -- JS35& UNIVERSAL irogpy: ttM ty Now- - Dorit Wait "And remember The little God of Love used to carry a bow and a quiver. Now the beau is aquiver lest his sweetheart open fire with an au tomatic. The wife used to put a lamp in the window as a welcome g to the husband. Now she sits on the top step in the dark and plugs him when he opens the front door. The innocent maiden once the helpless victim of the schemer has taken up markesmanship. The papers are kept busy recording the murders committed in the name of love. Analyst admit difficulty in drawing the line between love and fear and between fear and hate. They should devote their attention to a study of the phy- chology of the lovelorn who pull the trigger. The pistol is the modern means of expressing affection, but women scorned al ways have had fury more lurid than the hotest mists arising from the section devoted to torment. The use of firearms is conspicuous. The gun makes a noise and it spills a lot of blood. But it is onlya varation. In a way the change in the methods of the female in displaying' deadliness is in the line with' the changed social status of those who have but recently tried to put the rubber stamp in the right place. When men were giants and had harsh rude ways of fondling the fair, the idea that a woman could take life except by cunning and spealth did not permeate. Poison, wps the favorite means of winning back an errant passion. A knife blade between the ribs of the sleeping husband was an alternative. But the modern woman has proved it is untrue that a female cannot hold her own in the use of lethal weapons. The old idea that a wife or a sweetheart cannot aim a pistol so that it will hit what it is pointed at Iibs been abandoned. The marriage service is to be changed, it is said, so that woman need not promise to obey her husband. Another amendThe 'ritual ment is suggested. should contain a clause where the bride promises not to plug her husband with a forty-fou- r. Louisville Times. home-comin- i 0 Home $1 p mgkm I IIIbBHojIi INSURANCE KINO OSEYEKY Tangled, twisted, wrecked beyond repair, is property in the trail of a tornado and only sound indemnity will pay the loss when your turn comes, A. reliable fire insurance company will furnish the necessary funds to rebuild if you have a tornado policy. This agency is ready to serve you. When Windstorm ThroWs the Dice You are a certain loser if you are not insured. You may have been lucky in the past, but luck will turn. There is no way of protecting your home should wind go on a rampage. PiaBWv mhbB INSURANCE OF ElfJSRY KIND Sound insurance in this agency will pay for all loss caused by tornado or windstorms. INSURE AND BE SURE. Reed Brothers INSURANCEOF AJCL. KIJ7DS Phone 49. ONLY RELIABLE Columbia, Kentucky. INSURANCE CHN BE OBTAINED HERE. and the facts suppressed and the community cannot help and the police are slothful. Everyone in Louisville remembers the auto thefts of a few months ago, and everyone remembers that they grew less numerous after the newspapers tools the matter up. Publicity is the deadliest foe that crime has. And there is nothing in the world that may compare with publicity in keeping policemen on the job. Louisville Post. -- Cream Separator II ufcttfffflj i ifirrf fBBBLSBB Jj I 9VM There's nothing just as good as Will Yon Give Us the Chance "VY7E are always glad viewpoint "Show Me." If you own dairy cattle what we can "Show You" in the way of a cream separator is-- going to intensely interest you. WALL PAPER to make the home walls smile." A firt-da- l Job of paper hanging It neit In Importance to the pattern and color schemes. You are ure ol expert work manahlp here. Atk to aee the beautiful Home Decoration Book illustrating interiors In colors. This book will bo shown in your home, together, with the the lowest first cost, the lowest upkeep and the highest resale value of any motor car ever built. Publicity and Crime. "Xet'the Ford One-To- n cut your hauling and Truck delivery-costs. Records of savings made by hundreds of thousands .of users in practically every . line of business are actually astounding. Let us show you. You do not obligate yourself in any way. Equipment Yoar choice of either the special gearing of 5 16 to 1 for speed delivery or the standard gearing of 7 ifA to 1 vCbr.heavy hauling. - '2neamatic Tires and Demountable Rims. The f Buchanan-Lyo- n Co INCORPORATED Columbia, Kentucky. of New York City, blames the crime wave in the metropolis on the newspapers. Writing to Police Commissioner Enright, this authority says that, if the newspapers would only keep quiet about highway robberies, murders and burglaries, the murderers, highwaymen and burglars would get discouraged and seek other and better occupations. What ineffable nonsense. If there is one thing that criminals hate its publicity. And, if there is one thing that an incompetent police department hates it is publicity. Let a crime be commicted, such, for instance, as that at the Caperton home, and the newspapers give all the facts, and every honest citizen becomes a detective. Information comes in with a rush to police headquarters. But let a crime be committed, Mr. Douglas McKay, The editor of a paper in an isolated town in the northwest is using the radio in the most inAn genious and effective way. amatuer radio friend in a big city SO miles away buys the latest editions of the city papers as soon as they are off the press, reads the best news into his transmitter, and a typest in the country office copies the news as it comes in over the office receiver. The editor, through this ingenious plan; is always "First With the Latest" in his home town. an Mr. Fordney tells us that President Harding will sign any bo-nbill that Congress passes. inus to talk business with the man or woman with a Missouri Fire Large Sample Boolti of the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY Color Scheme and Estimates cheerfully furnished on Papering. Painting, Vamiahin?, Knliomioins, Etc Willis & Conover 1 Columbia, Ky. The production of soft coal is beginning to increase, due to the greater activity in the sections miners work. where non-union Berlin reports that a German surgeon has been summoned to Moscow to remove a bullet from the shoulder of Lenine well-know- n The President had heretofore timatedhe has never done more, than intimate that he would not a sign a bonus bill unless it was accompanied by provision for a sales tax to get the money. v But if President Harding signs the bill that the House has passed; it is a fair assumption that Secretary of the Treasury Mellon will resign. And that would sorely injure the credit of Mr. Harding's administration. Louisville Gen. Semenoff, who is in jail in New York, may be tried on a conspiracy charge for the murder of American .soldiers in Siberia. two cream outlets instead of one, the cream is never crowded in flowing out. Thi3 prevents the breaking of the fat globules -- result, smoother butter. The Primrose separator skims extremely close. The cream is always of uniform grade is sweet, clean and always in first-clacondition. And the warm skim milk is invaluable for calves and pigs. Built strong and simple, with frame open and sanitary, and supply can large and low. The Primrose is an ideal machine for the dairy former seeking maximum results. JThere are so many exclusive good features connected with the Primrose separator that we know we can "Show You" where you will profit much by its use. l!et us demonstrate its many fine ss The Primrose Cream Separator is the stingiest proposition on earth with cream never wastes a drop. Equipped with State Superintendent Colvin will cut down expenses by refusL. R. CHELF, Agent ing to pay teachers without proper certificates for teaching of Adair County. If you school. points to you if it is not convenient for ou to call, 'phone us and we will bring a machine out withus to your homJP are interested write me at Peo- At Covington the Young ple's Baptist Convention is' expected to be attended by 1,000 Knifley, Ky. Pit ddttatei. The News $1.50 in KY,