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K Fruit prospects in the State at the Persons, .passing out Burkesville DE OLE OMAN MOPPED present time indicate that Kentucky in the past few days have Golden Bardin Stisots John Henry Street l UP WID NE PS MAWNIN;. this year will have a fair apple crop doubtless noticed a tent set under a EN PEN SAY SHE TJVU and a heavy yield.ofJNMChes, accordSneed, Killing Him Instantly. large maple tree in the yard of- - Judge WD ME. . EN AHLL TELL ing to'C. W. Matthews, head of the H. C. Baker, and, if they gave attenAH 5UTNY DE WORL horticultural department of the Colobserved that ENDING OP AN OLD GRUDGE. tion to it they hae AH& th'u: lege of Agriculture. Prospects also LOOKS LAIC great activity has been going on about I are bright for a good crop of small Wlt the tent the making of cages, out of Last; Friday afternoon, just before and stone fruits, he added on boxes, the placing of wire facing a good show. sundown, Golden Bardin, son of Zach Of twenty counties, reports from at 30 barrels each were completed the boxes and the like. This moveBardin, shot and killed John Henry Campbell, Nelson and Pulaski coun- near Savoyard and a well is being finThere are many ways for a man to ment represents a new enterprise in Sneed near Bliss, four miles from Co our ties showed prospects for a 100 per ished this week by Coats and Pedigo create a bad impression, but here Is progressive little town, under the lumbla. As there were no eye wit- management of certain young gentledent peach crop In these counties, between the Bushville pool and Sul- a very sure way: Go into a place, nesses, the particulars could not be men, who live, or are temporarily sowhile reports from Daviess, Hender- phur Well. J. W. Galloway is drill- have an order filled for work, take the '"fathered thia Saturday morning. journing on Pea Ridge. son, Meade and Todd counties indicat- ing a well two miles west of Edaaba-to- n the job, saying "I will call and settle Sneed was shot six times, all the shots ed that the peach crop this year would Battle Creek, Michigan, cap- same in a few days." Instead of callIt is known as the Columbia Mu- italists last week started drilling near ing entering his breast and side- Bardin seum of Unnatural History. The 8 above normal The eleven counhe shuns the place that accommocame to Columbia, surrendered, and chief promoters les reporting prospects for a better Knob Lick. One party bas contract- dated him. Try it and you will learn of this enterprise are was locked in jail. Sneed lived on s than normal crop were ed to drill thirty, wells in Metcalfe that you have made a bad impression, Masters Thomas Menzles and KenBoyd, Boyle. Breckinridge, Calloway, county as fast as they can be put an impression that every man should the farm owned by Golden Bardin's neth Coffey, of Columbia, Herschel. father, and he states that; the trouble B. Jones, of Tennessee, and Robert Graves. Jefferson, Johnson, Laurel down. This is in addition to the six avoid. came up over crops. Sneed was about Hughes, of Texas. gas wells contracted for near Savoyard. Rockcastle and Warren. Persons who have received stateforty- five years old and leaves a famAlthough only four counties, Boyd, Drilling, in fact, obtains in all parts very soon to have a They expect ments from this office will please retemriiM. I9t tor ucOur Nmpcpw ily. Bardin was married a few weeks very Meade, Nelson and Todd, reported of the county. fine exhibit, which will be both spond A statement is not sent beago. The particulars will probably be prospects for a 100 per cent apple crop, attractive and instructive, and what Goes To Put Down Well. cause we think you are a doubtful many apple growing counties reported brought out at the examining trial. Tebacco Pooling, they already have is no. .small beginpaymaster, but because we need what prospects for a crop norning. As they have no building, MasThe Campbellsville Band, one of the E T. Kemper, who has become a is coming to us in order to keep up There Is not a grower in Adair mal or better. ter Kenneth Coffey generously tenderfigure in and about Beck-le- y the running expenses of the office. best amateure bands obtainable will enBoyle, Campbell; Laurel, Meade, ed them the use of his tent for the county but wants the very best prices during the past year, left this Thirty days is all the time wholesale tertain the crowd a the Columbia Fair summer season. for his tobacco. The way'! to realize Nelson and Todd counties reported prospects for a 100 per cent plum crop. morning for Burkesville Ky., to put men give us. GrouRds on Jaly 4th. We were permitted to pass through high prices is to join the pool. It Smothers reported that their plum down the first well on the property of Now is the time to clean all rubbish it, and to have a r urried view of the was started here last 'Monday after Carter-Reyn- olds. the Bluegrass.Oll & Gas Syndicate in crop would range from a from the square and streets of Cocollection made up to the present the discussion at the Paramount to lOOper cent, normal, while six oth the Cumberland river field. lumbia. There is more or less sicktime, and, among other things we Theater, and a great many growers Mr. Kemper is secretary and manaA surprise to their many friends noted the American eagle, represent- signed, and since that time many oth- er counties reprted that the crop ness every summer, and every precauwas the marriage of Miss Emma Lee ed by a motherly looking setting hen ers have gone Into the movement. would be from 50 to 75 per cent nor- ger of the syndicate, and C. T. Ross, tion should be taken to prevent disBeckley attorney, is president of the Carter, to Mr. Wilbur Reynolds, on a white Kangaroo, that had very At this time it looks like all the grow- mal. ease. It would be too late to start Wednesday evening, May 31, at the much twenty counties Board of trustees They have inter this move after an epidemic has mads the appearance of a Belgian ers in the county will sign. The pool Reports from the ' home of the biide's uncle, the Rev. C. hare, a dog with a black ear posing as is the only salvation for the farmer, that were included in the survey In- ested a considerable number of other its appearance. Do it now. Raleigh county people in the venture H. Greer, of Paris, Ky. a lion from the jungles of Africa. and it would be suicidal for the grow- dicated prospects for heavy yields of all of whom are hopeful as the properBuck Ewing, of color, this placed Besides the immediate, family of The two land terrapins, the mother er to fail to join. In all the tobacco the. smaller and stone fruits. Many gave an order for a family Bible a ty is exceptionally well ' located. Bev. Greer, the brief but impressive and her little baby terrapin, were un- growing districts in the state, the of them reported that the crops in Raleigh Register. short time ago, and when It arrived ceremony was witnessed by Mr. and usually interesting, especially the ba- pool is the most popular enterprise. these classes of fruit would be 100 per He declined to accept and pay for Mrs W. G. Carter and Mr. Wallace by. cent., while practically all of the re-Mr. N. M. Tutt. It was the first and only baby ter At the proper time a house for re-- ; Lmaining it The reason he gave for declining Carter, brothers and sister to the rapin we have ever seen. The man- ceiving the product, will be erected In counties reported prospects was that he contracted for a "Family s bride. normal agers were for a little while troubled Columbia, and instead of the grower fpr at least a n gentleman was ta- Bible," and when it came it was This Immediately after the ceremony Mr. as to what kind of diet should be pre- hauling his tobacco from twenty to crop or better. ken quite ill, while at his new house marked "Holy Bible." and Mrs. Reynolds left to make a tour pared for them The authorities on forty-fiv- e miles, he can deliver ii ab that he Is haying finished, last Wedof the east. While gone they will vis- the subject of terrapin food were con- home, which in itself would be a great ' Don't fail to see my line of Gent's According to information, gathered nesday, and had to be conveyed home. it Washington, D. C. New York City, sulted, and they were told that reptiles saving. Let no man kick against a- Fursisiiiagjietfs. from growers of Adair county, tha Some months ago he met with a Niagara Falls, Cleveland and Chicago. of the kind were herbivorous, but, movement that is beyond question, L. E. Young. stroke of paralysis and has not fully outlook for a large tobacco crop is betThe bride is the eldest daughhter of grass, which "was placed before them, the greatest that has ever been preyears. Most recovered from thi present illness, ter than it has been for Mr. and Mrs Chas. Carter, of Wood- - did not appeal to Pastor Gets Married. crop was set early, getting alof the their appetite. sented to the farmers of Adair counand will be out in a few days. lawn, and has .for several years been a In fact, the old lady, under the chang-e- ty. Other counties are enjoying the most a perfect stand. Hence it will very successful teacher in this Counbe ready for the'knife a long time beGoodlett, Texas. Bev. Arthur Gross, pastor of the condition in which she was placed advantages of the pool, why not ty; having taught for the past two refusedtoeat any thing. The little Adair? fore frost. Presbyterian Church, this place, was years in the Bloomfield Graded School. fellow, however, when a fishing, worm married in Hopkinsville, last Wednes- Editor News: There have been three resignations I have lost received a large assort-Dor- t't Mr. Reynolds is an esteemed employe day, to Miss Lela Walker, an accom was placed before him showed his I am sending a check for 92.00 for on the Town Board and new members of the L. & N., and has held a very appreciation and convinced the spec- ment of the latest style shirts. plished young lady of that city. The my paper, for I can not do without it. appointed. Mr. Jerome Hurt is now responsible position in'thelr office for fail to see them. couple arrived in Columbia last Fri 1 can hear from my old home, and lots tators that whether he was herbivthe Mayor of Columbia, and we bethe past' nine years. day night, taking rooms at the home that I would not hear if I did not take L. E. Young. orous or not, he was at least wormtvo- lieve he will stand for the right on Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds will make vous, and of Bev. Jesse L. Murrell. Rev. Gross the paper. I have been here sixteen all propositions. that he knew a good thing Repair the Line. their home in Louisville. Nelson when it was placed before him. is very much liked here, and we 'feel years and like fine. Will close by County Paper. Mr S F. Eubank had the misforsure that Mrs. Gross will, not be here wishing the New a prosperous year. It is expected that many additions tune to get his left hand badly cut, It ia a shame that there is no tele- but a short time before she finds that will be made to this museum in the Mrs. Dona Collins. More Wool. phone communication between this the community is very sociable and last Tuesday, while working with ma; near future, and, it is probable that Judge Jeffries and a gentleman nam- chinery, Dr. Russell closed the the doors will be opened to the public place and GradyvJUe. The operator the longer she remains the betI am in the market for 25,000 pounds on special says that the line has been out ter she will like our people. This ed. Pettit, who represents a Bridge wound bv taking several stitches. occasions for a small admis- here Company, had a very unpleasant of wool. I have just filled a contract sion fee to meet the up keep. The of commission for five or six weeks. oommunity extends congratulations. The Summer Normal, now in progfor that.amounr, and I want all the walk of several miles last Thursday management have in contemplation We tried ourselves, last Wednesday ress at the Lindsey Wilson, has over wool you will bring in. night. They started In a car to Knlf-lef hour to get , New Rugs at, the exhibit of a system of lighting, morning for fully attendance. a short time before dark, and seventy teachers in Sam Lewis. Dohoney & Doheney. one of the oldest systems known, that in communication with the bank at Teachers who are not in the school i 34 3t just before they reached Absher the is supposed to have been in use on that place, and not a sound could be machine broke down. They started are making a great mistake. Noted Singer to Be Here. the Euphrates and the Nile in the heard. It does look like some body or Dr. Guy Dunbar Dead. afoot to Columbia, and after walkiDg Grayel is badly needed on the four daps of Abraham and the Pharoah's a set of men, should become interestseveral miles, they came to a phone, leading streetslinto Columbia. When during and before' the ed and the line put in good condition Sunday morning, 11 a. m., Rev. CarA dispatch went through here Fri- and, in fact ordered a car, and at a late hour got it rains Burkesville street is a solid Stone age. Watch the advertising son Taylor, south-wid- e noted singer, day afternoon, to his sister, Mrs. back to the hotel, and on Friday mass of mud. Use the tax money Election of Teachers. who pn sing 700 gospel songs from Mont Richards, who lives near James- columns. morning took a fresh start. where it is mostly needed. memory, will sing at the Columbia town, Russell county, stating that Base ball, races, music and all kinds The teachers who hold proper cer- - Baptist- church. This will be a feast Judge Jeffries has tacked up cards, Dr. Guy Dunbar, a young man who of amusements at the Columbia The County Normal opened wittt Fair tificates win be, employed June i5th to all lovers of gospel music. Come with the wording, warning automo- over sixty teachers in attendance. graduated from the Lindsey-WilsOand assigned to their respective places Grounds on July 4th. with your favorite gospel song, he will bile drivers that they must cut off Everything is moving along nicely, some years ago, had just dlad in about June 20th. readily sing it for you. This will be the "cut out" and after dark both under the splendid faculty announcCleveland, Ohio, a victim of pneu A New Hall. F. E. Webb, Supt. an occasion you will not have again lights on a machine must be in action, ed last week. monia. He was an intern in a hospiand fast driving on the streets and for some time. tal in that city, and assisted the sur500 Party. Columbia Lodge, No. 96 Free and Eld J. I. Wheeler, the recently square must stop. The Judge is right geon who operated on Miss Mary Mil- Accepted Masons, closed a deal with The latest thing in knit and we are glad he has given publicity employed pastor of the Christian Just Out. Last Thursday evening Mrs. Eros ler, of this place, about seven weeks Mr. Horace Jeffries, last Friday night, to his decision, and hope that his Church, is occupying the Geo. McMa-ha- n ago. Former schoolmates of the de- whereby the latter is to have anothgr Barger- entertained a number of ties. residence, near the Graded school warning notice will have the proper ceased, will be sorry to read this sad story added to the Jeffries Hardware friends with a 500 party at her beautiL. E. Young. building.. effect. If this order is disobeyed, intelligence, as he was a favorite in building and a lodge room fitted with ful residence on Bomar' Heights. look out for fines. school here. His body arrived in all conveniences. Mr. Jeffries is to Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. ' Wedding Dress. There is one thing that has been Russell county Saturday. have the hall ready by the first of Edgar W. Reed, Mr. and Mrs, Irwin Cr6ek contributor tells very noticeable this gardening season Our Russell January, 1923. The adding of this Eraser, Mr. and Mrs R. A. Myers, of Married in white, you have chosen all how Elmer Cundlff lost two hundred there Is not nigh so many potato Notice. third story to the Jeffries building, Monticeilo, Mrs Herman Barnett, of ' young chickens by theft one night last bugs. It,is hoped that they are runright; will be an incentive for the First Nat- Louisville, Misses Minnie Triplett, Married in gray, you go far away; week, and Perry Cundiff lost 65.00 ning out Ice will be sold for cash only. Hours ional Bank to raise its building Amelia Damron, Anna Mildred Chanyou wish yourself dollars worth of chickens the same Married in black, from 8 a m , to 12 m.; I p. to 6 p. m. dler; Messrs, Fred Hill, Edward Ham-let- t, story. night. We understand that certain Mr. Sam Lewis has bought and back; No ice sold after hours. Sunday open Ralph JEurt, Herschel Taylor Married in red, you will wish your parties are suspected, but sufficient shipped a large consignment of wool were Porch Swings at from 7 to 10 only. Ice at all times. and Shreve Davis proof has not been found to make in the last few weeks. There self dead; Marshall Bros. many thousand pounds. Dohoney & Dohoney. My big type tipeared Polan China Married in green, ashamed to be seen; arrests. A man who will steal chickens always be would steal a horse If the opportunity Mr. Luther Conover has been ap- Is ready for service, $1 at the gate, al- Married In blue, he will Nell & Son report that they have People living close to Columbia and was presented. We hope the thieves true; sold one thousand dollars worth of pointed by the municipal board town so some pigs for sale. expect to attend the tshautauqua, Married In yellow, ashamed of your will be caught.- Clyde Patterson, hogs off their farm since Christmas. marshal of Columbia, and he has should boy a season ticket, Yoyp fellow; Bliss; Ky. There was good money In raising them qualified. It is believed that he will 3Mt Born, to the wife of Raymond Mo-ra- economize by so doing. Married in brown, you will live out of make a diligent officer. June 4tb, a daughter, Mother The Adair circuit court will open townj SKtfa "Qktlm Tfirth" at tie I June the Ht,h will t Bag Day. the first Monday; In next month, Married in pink, your spirit will slfik, and baby doing well. The News 1.60 In Kentucky. CtiMfcia F'GfKitfs. M tn. this county who own good, show were getting their horses, mules, A Glasgow correspondent writes as stock hogs and calves ready for the show follows concerning the oil outlook" in ring. It matters not how good your an adjoinine county: same to an adMetcalfe county, east of here, is re- stock is, to show the vantage, it must be rubbed and dressceiving considerable attention. A goodly number of new wells are going ed for exhibition. An animal not well-bre- d often takes the premium, down. Bowling Green capitalists re cently acquired considerable acreage over better stock, for the reason It eye makes In the county. Two wells estimated has been groomed for the Interest in Metcalfe. It is high time that the farmers of three-fourth- -- - three-fourth- s well-know- n three-fourth- s three-fourth- well-know- - d - y, one-hal- - . I n, - an-oth- . n, V ADAIKCOUHTYE NEWS " F CHAPTER VI An Unexpected weeks- - irfMuske C V l AlVICTORROU SSEAU K A ''Illustrations RJtLivingstoiie y UIII " - Jbyx iyBCOTYRlCHreRaDTOMPANYy SYNOPSIS CHAPTER L Looking over Big Muskeg, a seemingly Impassable swamp In the path of the Mlssatlbl railroad, Joe Bostock, builder of the line, and Wilton Carruthers, chief of engineers, are considering the dL.culties. A rifle shot Instantly kills Bostock and breaks Carruthers' arm. Handicapped as he is, Carruthers determines to carry the txtty to a station of the Hudson's Bay company, where one McDonald Is the factor. CHAPTER II. McDonald's daughter. Molly, sees Carruthers struggling In the muskeg and drags him from the swamp, with his burden. Unaccountably, her father objects to her saving Carruthers. CHAPTER IH. "Weakened by his wound and exertions, Carruthers Is disturbed by the appearance of Tom Bowyer, Bostock's business rival and personal enemy. Bowyer Insults Molly, and Carruthers strikes him. After Bowyer leaves, Carruthers declares his love for Molly. She promises to be his wife. CHAPTER IV. Carruthers has to reach the town of Clayton to attend a meeting wrest at which Bostock's enemies plan to Molly control of the Mlssatlbl from him. determines to go with him. Austin Phayre, the president of the Bank of New North Manitoba, stood fit the table. He was a man of about fifty, with a gray, waxed mustache, and glasses. His manner was pompous, and he was immaculate in his black cutaway, with the expanse of white cuff and tall collar. "Mr. Chairman," he said, "some of tib shareholders have requested that the meeting be called in order that we may obtain certain Information from those best qualified to Impart it, as to the prospects of the Mlssatlbl line, concerning which disquieting rumors are afloat "You have before you a statement of our financial position. It is not the most satisfactory one that could be Imagined. Of a total capital of five has almillion dollars, nearly one-haready been disbursed. The estimate before you provides for nearly two millions more to be distributed over gradgold-rlmme- d lf ing, track-layin- g, water-tank- s, tele- graph line, bridging and ballasting. Meanwhile, unexpected difficulties have arisen. They tell us that the entire route will have to be resurveyed ; that the swamps are Impassable." He glanced with affected investigation about the table. "It seems hardly worth while to put these questions under present circumstances," he said. "But we should like to be Informed why the surveyors' reports were not properly checked. We should like to know whether it is going to pay us to build a line out into this unsettled wilderness, and in how many years? Finally, we wish to elicit the opinion, whether our interests are In the best possible hands." "What did your bank Invest for, If you feel thataway?" shouted an old, roughly dressed man across (he table. 4 "That Is exactly what I am trying to find out," retorted Austin Phayre blandly. "If Mr. Betts will permit me " 'Til tell ye why ye did It!" yelled the old man, rising to his feet and shaking his fist vigorously. "Ye want to get control for Tom Bowyer, so as he'll have another line to bankrupt Ye know what we all know, that old Joe Bostock never went back on his friends yet If he says the line's to pay, It's to pay. Ye know Joe and Will Carruthers went up to look the line over. Give 'em a chance !" Jim Betts, a familiar figure In many western towns since he made a lucky strike In the Cobalt region a few years before, had been one of Joe Bostock's stanchest friends. He had brought In a good many of the Investors. Yet now he stood almost alone In championship of his friend. 'If the line ain't no good, what does Tom Bowyer want It for?" yelled the exasperated old man. "Did ye ever know Bowyer want anything that wouldn't pay? Wait for Joe, boys ! Ye won't condemn a man when he ain't here to speak for himself? Ye all know Joe " "D n Joe! I want my money!" shrieked an infuriated investor. Austin Phayre waited calmly until the hubbub had subsided. "I move, Mr. Chairman, that the question of the Mifisatibl route be submitted to a com-- 1 mission of engineers, to be appointed by the directors," he said. '"I oppose ye!" shouted Jim Betts. "I'll fight ye to the end on that Ain't ye bought every engineer In Manitoba, except Will Carruthers?" "I beg to second the motion," said Frank Clark, one of the small investors, and manager of the bank. Jim Betts threw up his arms dramatically. "Well, Joe Bostock, ye'd best hurry," he remarked In a tone of "Where confidential communication. are ye, boy?" , A noise outside ; the door was flung violently open, and Wilton . stood in the room. And .at the sight of him a sudden, dead silence succeeded the up- xoar. He" "" was mud .and blood from head Development them below, opened the vault, and thereafter he was only put in the master-key- . Wilton comfaintly conscious of his surroundings pleted the opening. To his astonishat intervals. Once, roused by some ment there were only fifteen hundred injection, he was aware of making a shares. brief deposition for use at the coro"Five hundred shares are missing," ner's inquest, and once Molly's face he said to the manager. appeared, wet with tears, out of the Clark looked at him in some surprise. shadows, and her lips touched him. "You are not forgetting that Mr. But he was desperately ill, and it was hypothecated five hundred February before the crisis was past, snares wiw us as security iwr me " "--1 and he awakened, intensely weak, but loan?" he asked. conscious, to realize that he was In Wilton looked at Kitty. "Did you Kitty's house, and that Kitty had know that Joe borrowed on the sebeen nursing him. curity of those shares?" he asked. Feebly he whispered his gratitude, Kitty shook her head. Joe had not and asked forgiveness because, he had told her many of the details of his not been able to keep his promise to business. And the papers had shown look after Joe. no record of the transaction. "You did all that could be done, "Mr. Phayre has just come in' said Will," she answered. "It was wonderthe manager. fully plucky, your bringing him to They went up to the president's Molly's house as you did. No one office. Phayre asked them to sit down, and listened to Wilton's statement. could have done more." "Mr. Clark, will you get Mr. He asked for Molly, and learned that she had gone home on the day after Bostock's blank transfer of the he had been brought to the house. shares?" he asked. Kitty promised to show Wilton Molly's The paper was brought. The signaletters when he got better. ture appeared perfectly genuine. Joe "Then you know we are engaged?" Bostock had made out a transfer in asked Wilton. blank of five hundred shares, In return Kitty smiled a little. "I couldn't for a loan of three hundred and fifty help knowing that," she answered. thousand dollars, due the 15th of December. "I'm glad for Molly's sake." Unless the loan were repaid by that mind had been all beWilton's wilderment as he racked his brains date, the control of the Mlssatlbl for a clue to Joe's death. Had he been would swing to the Bowyer interests. Wilton was almost stunned by the sure It was murder, he could have discovery. Joe had spoken as If his gone grimly to work on the solution. But there was always the doubt, the control were Iron-claHe went home with Kitty and tele paralyzing doubt, that it had been an accident, and that one of the phoned to Betts to come. They went had fired the shot through all Joe's papers again. Yet Bowyer must have known "of Even Jim Betts was forced to admit It; Bowyer had sent the Impostors to that the transaction appeared regular. arrest him ; he became more and more "Jest watch them snakes, boy; that's convinced that Bowyer had learned nil," he counseled. "I don't say Phayre of Joe's death that afternoon at the forged Joe's signature and broke into portage, and had devised the arrest his box, because It's a bigger risk to keep him from the meeting. than he's got the nerve to take, but Among Wilton's callers was old Jim I guess Bowyer wants the Mlssatlbl Betts, to whom he extended his con- mighty bad." fidence in a large measure. "Once I get the line across Big Mus"Bowyer's guilty as h 1," he de- keg, Jim, it'll be easy to raise enough clared. "Phayre mightn't have known. money to pay off the loan," said WilI guess he didn't But Bowyer knew, ton. A Noise Outside; the Door was Flung when he had Phayre bring that moHe arranged with Kitty to have all Violently1 Open, and Wilton Stood tion forward, that Joe wouldn't re- Joe's papers placed in the safe which in the Room. turn. Put that thought in your Dine held the engineering records, and sent and smoke it, boyl" up in it to Big Muskeg. Only Kitty to Toot His face, Covered with a "Jim," said Wilton, "I'm giving up and he knew the combination. bristly growth of beard, was white as my life to the Mlssatlbl, because it Two days later Wilton, now coma specter's, and the skin, drawn tight was Joe's work. And I'm going to as parchment over the cheeks, revealed hound down his murderer, if it was pletely recovered, started for the bush. the contour of the bones beneath. murder." had practically The Wilton strode to the table and flung "Aye, boy, and go cool about It," power counseled Betts. "It was crafty work, completed the camp at Big Muskeg, down a paper. "Mr. Bostock's men of attorney, authorizing me to repre- but it'll come out Don't doubt It and there was quite a gang of there, principally engaged in hauling sent his vote," he said. And you'll find them two snakes, the cut timber. Wilton had taken He turned to the shareholders, but Bowyer and Phayre, under the brushonly Austin wood. And maybe Clark, too," he Anderson from the cache and made his eyes sought and held him the foreman. The Swede was added. Phayns. one of the best foremen in the line's "We've been to Big Muskeg!" he It was the middle of February be- employ, but had fallen from his estate cried. "We've seen It It can and fore Wilton was allowed to leave the owing to repeated lapses Into drunkenshall be ballasted and crossed. No house. Nearly two months had been ness. loop about it, and no change of route. lost, and during that time Bowyer and Wilton planned to reach Big MusOnly rock, and more rock, till you Phayre, whatever their plans might keg on Saturday night, in order to shall have a permanent way as stable be, had had a good leeway to develop meet his men on the Sunday, when as the New Northern's. I pledge my them. camp. He took "Kitty," said Wilton, "you know they would all be In him, a young word and Joe's. I ask for your vote a new engineer with everything Is In your hands now. You of confidence." fellow named Dlgby, who had come AustlnPhayre, who had sat down, control the line. And I know that with excellent recommendations from sprang to his feet again. The ringing you'll stand by the line to the last, an English institute. He was particucheers which greeted Wilton's out- because It was Joe's big dream." larly anxious to reach his destination, "Will, you can count on "me 'to the burst told him to make a virtue of for he had had no letter from Molly Wilton had swayed the end," said Kitty solemnly. 'Tve been necessity. since his recovery. meeting. The spirit of success flamed thinking a great deal about Big MusTo his surprise, Wilton found the in his flashing eyes and carried convic keg, and I feel my own responsibility. camp absolutely empty, though there I want to see the work, Will. I want were plenty of signs of an abundant tion in his manner. to know that you are succeeding. And "Mr. Chairman," he said in his suav-epopulation. But snores from one of tones," "in view of Mr. Carruthers' I'm going there to live." In the dining room beWilton was astounded. "Live at the benchespresence of a solitary ocpositive statement that no change of trayed the route will be necessary, of course I Big Muskeg?" he cried. cupant A man was lying full length "Until the work Is finished. Don't behind the table, his hat tilted over am ready not to press my motion. I She clasped her will substitute a vote of confidence in refuse me, Willi" his face. present management of the Mlssa- hands together in her childish, pleadthe Wilton shook him to his feet, and And, gentlemen" he ing way that Joe had always found disclosed Andersen, dead drunk. tlbl company. alanced about him and smiled "In ' Irresistible. "Joe would have let me. The foreman, rudely awakened, order to inspire the public confidence, I won't hamper you, Will," she btgged. stood reeling and blinking at him. "Kitty, you're a trump !" cried WilI ask that It be unanimous." "What have you got to say?" deton. "But you can't go there to live. "I second that!" shouted Jim Betts. manded Wilton, furious at this lapse The loneliness would be awful. And rising enthusiastically. there Half a minute later the motion was besides Isn't a house anywhere. And " declared carried unanimously, and the He did not dare suggest the thought shareholders clustered about Wilton. that came to him, that people would His eyes were fixed upon the door, and gossip about her. That, he felt, rested he was listening for something. with her. "Where's Joe?" everyone was de"It won't be lonely with with the manding. work, Will," she answered. "And I've Then the door opened quietly, and a already made my plans. I'm having girl stood In the entrance. She a bungalow built there. An,d there will looked hardly more than a child. She be Molly. Don't you want me to come, was dressed In black; her fair hair Will?" was tumbled about her neck, and her Kitty's pleas were Irresistible. Wilblue eyes were reddened and ton yielded, and he was glad for one uncertainly thing: her presence at the portage She glanced about her, saw Wilton, and ran to him. would mean much to Molly. During "Joe's dead!" she cried. "Will oh, the next few days he was in constant Willi" consultation with the dlt ctors as A loud cry broke from Phayre. His representing Kitty, who had given him face was transformed; his lips were her power of attorney to act for her. working with rage. He went carefully over the books. He "You heard that?" he shouted con- was quite satisfied with their showing. vulsively. "You heard it? Joe Bos- If Big Muskeg could be crossed, the tock's dead ! Joe Bostock's dead ! It's company' could remain solvent without a put-u- p scheme ! We've been tricked Increasing its capital. He devoted his attention to the perinto voting confidence In him, and he's sonnel, taking on new men and weed-- " dead! It's a fraud and a He! How Ing out, a thing Joe had hated doing, can a dead man vote?" at him. His until he was satisfied that Bowyer had The shareholders stared face was purple, and he seemed near no representatives on the staff. Wilton and Betts had been named apoplexy. executors in Joe's will. Wilton had "Joe Bostock's dead!" he raved. already gone through Joe's papers; "And until letters of administration of but this task was much less satisfachis estate have been granted, his tory; for Joe, who was a capital di"What Have You Got to Say7" De- power of attorney is worth no more rector, seemed to have no personal manded Wilton. than waste paper!" system at all. Everything was In consay, ain't ye forgetting that fusion papers were missing, records on the part of the man whom he had "Well, the vote was unanimous?" grinned Jim mixed up together. He had left Kitty trusted. Betts belligerently. two thousand shares in the Mlssatlbl, "I say to n poor whisky for a r& "We'll rescind It! We'll take the an.d a comfortable little capital of spectable camp!" hiccoughed the vote again ! Mr. Chairman, I move " about forty thousand dollars, together Swede. "Thirty days' notice of that motion with the house in Clayton .and some "Where did you get It?" shouted Wilunder company laws," said Betts. "And property In Winnipeg. ton, shaking him by the shoulders. I guess we'll have them letters of The Missatibl shares, amounting to "Over yander," answered Andersen, by that time eh, Will?" two million dollars at their par value, jerking his- - thumb in the direction of But Wilton, without a word, tumbled represented the bulk of his fortune, the- portage. box in and were In a safety-deposat Kitty's feet. "Where are the men one?" the bank's vault The receipt, however, could not be found: CONTINUEDON PAGE 6 This- - was not or mac? importance, but Wilton, went with &Hty to lok la Joe's bor. Clark, tie jianager, took I, ' i i For B? ptock I 9fteasurefftHty5he Qahndar calendar to prove the worth of paint. Any paint looks good when first put on, but the question is, will it wear? It takes the I I -- d. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is made for long wear. It sticks to its job through all Stats of changes in weather and temperature, ft protects fbid beautifies your property far longer than aft inferite paint 5buld do. Judged by years of service, Hanna's Green Seal is $ie cheapest paint there is. Sold by half-bree- ds IwWm DAVIS HARDWARE CO., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. DEHLER BROTHERS 116 Egst Market Street CO., Telephone Main 2167 LOUIS1ZILLE, KY. Roofino, FenciriQ, Hard- or ware, Contractors Supplies, AsDhalt, Shihgles. EAGLE"MIKADO"- - mtfrfe.M For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND f PencUNo.174 EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Pure Bred Hogs Pay Best. st -- HENRY The advantage to farmers of raising pure bred hogs is shown by the sale of two litters of pigs at the Louisville Stock Yards recently. Two pure bred Big Type Poland China sows of the same breeding and quality were bred, one to a Poland China boar and one to a grade boar. The sows farrowed at the same time, both sows and their pigs ran together continuously until the pigs were weaned. The pigs were fed together and probably all consumed an equal amount of grain. When sold at seven and one-hamonths of age, the pure bred litter averaged two hundred pounds and the and twenty-fiv- e grade litter one hundred and seventy-eigpounds. The pure bredjlitter brought $4.93 per head more than the grade litter, yet cost no more to produce. lf ht W. DEPP DENTIST Gas Given Fop Painless Extraction Teeth. of COLUMBIH, KENTUCKY. The first newspaper in Kentucky was the Kentucky Gazette founded at Lexington, August 18, 1787. It also was the first tear-staine- d. newspaper west of the Alle-ghani- es. The largest coal mining opera- -- tion in Kentucky is the United States Coal and Coke Company mines at Lynch, Harlan county. Lhe railroad companies laugh at the idea of the 400,000 men who have had their wages cut ten per cent striking. The suburbs of Chicago are The first governor of Ken- swarming with seventeen year tucky, Isaac Shelby, received locusts, although they are not year. a year. This was increas-e- due until next $1,000 d in 1796 to $1,333.33. The A perfect tobacco season fcis governor now gets $6,500 a year month has lead to the setting of and a house and a contingent a larger acreage than usual in fund. Kentucky. The trouble with America Like some of the religious varisays Mrs. Asquith in England, is ety we have observed, the busithat it is so rich. Well, she "did ness revival is full of backslid-ing- s. . what she could. -- - it Three lother's Harriet 161 Years. iu.iati,; IMCA An UDuaual example of martial felicity is on record in Kirkwood StLouia county, Missouri, where three brothers, all of whom have celebrated their golden wedding anniversaries, are living. They are the three Boop brothers, Henry, Valentine anp Peter, who came to the United States from Germany in 1853, settled in Kirkwood. and married in St. Louis county, Missouri, where Jjhree brothers, all of whom have celebrated their golden wedding anniversaries, are living. They are the three Bopp brothers, Henry, Va.entine, and Peter who came to the United States from Germany in 1853, settled in Kirkwood, and married St Louis county girls. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bopp will celebrate their fifty, eight marriage anniversary in August. Mrs. Bodd. who is 81 years of age, attends to her own housekeeping and plants a garden husband, every spring. Her who is 80 years old, is a retired carpenter, and works around the house. Mr. and Mrs Valentine Bopp fifty-second rPKA For Torpid Liver "Black-Draug- ht is, in my opinion, thebest liver medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. White-sidetKeota.Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in my chest after eating-ti- ght, uncomfortable feeof ..MBtt & Son Woodson Lewis ADAIR COUNEXJEWS 3 GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. Means of Transportation are a Necessity To him who gets his work done with the Strictest Economy, both as to Time and Mon 1 lingand this was very disagreeable and brought on headache. I was constipated and knew it was indigestion and inactive liver. I began the use of night and morning, and it sure is splendid and certainly Black-Draught, Hi I ey, is the Victory 1 PROFIT. f. o. b. gives relief," (PI We Now offer CHEVROLET 490 $525 Flint Thedford's BLACK-DRAUGH- T I For Economical Transportation T. Truck, $1,125, f. o. b. Flint Samson Truck, $595,. f. o. b. Jones- ville, Wis. High Grade Standard Automobile Tires. Kelly Springfield and Miller, Geared to the Road, at Popular Prices and other Standard Makes. Also Tubes at Low Prices. For over seventy years this purely vegetable preparation has been found beneficial by thou- sands of persons suffering from effects of a torpid, or slow-actiliver. ng 1 Indigestion, biliousness, recently celebrated their "&5$ colic, coated tongue, dizziness, constipation, bitwedding anniversary, ter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain in Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bopp and back, puffiness under the fifty one have been married eyes any or all of these years. symptoms often indicate that there is something Valentine Bopp is 76, and his the matter with your wif erj72. Peter Bopp is 74 and his liver. You can't be too careful about the mediwife. 72. These couples live in cine you lake. Be sure the same block and keep their that the toame, "Thedford's truck gardens together. Peter is the package. At. all a retired cobbler and repairs druggists. shoes for his own family.! Accept Only The brothers served with the the Genuine. Union Army during the Civil J. 79 War, and in 1884, When Glover Cleveland was elected President for the first time, they organized the Bopp Brass Band, Swhich included their sons. Tbey also It Would Be Suicide. play the organ. Black-Draught," I m Special Bargain-N- ew Acme Binder, $125. Machines and Reapers. Mowing We have Just Received a Large Assortment in a wide range of Colors and STRKlfl 7VmTTING Shades 28 to 35c per yard. L-KD- IS' Our late shipment of Ladies' and Misses and we have the Very Newest Styles to offer SHOES KND OXFORDS Pumps and Oxfords are now arriving at all times at the Lowest Prices. is-o- n We have a New and Large Stock of Mens' Oxfords in a Wide Range of Prices. MENS' OXFORDS Voile, Organdies, Ratine, Georgette and Canton Crepe, Crepe and Tissue Ginghams, Crepe De Chine, Taffeta and Messaline Silks. Ladies Corticelli Silk Hose. Gossard Corsets and Brassieres Earth's Hottest Spot. ' That the railroad employers of this country should do anything so insane as to call Cheer up, it won't get any better than 134 degrees Fahrenheit for that is the highest temperature ever recorded at the United a strike GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. against the government and people of the United States because of the moderate wage decreases ordered by the Railroad States weather bureau's substaBoard seems incredible. For a tion at Greenland Ranch in Good Year For Baptists. Just Couldn't Learn. atrike, if ordered at this time, Res. Phose Business Phone Death Valley, California, the would be against the governhottest known region on the face A negro lad had been brought The Baptist Sunday School Dr. ment and people, and not against N of the earth, according to meVeteriaary Surgeon and Dentist 3 Of a railroads, and would be re- into a Virginia police court for Board has just completed its anteorologist, Andrew H. Palmer, the sented by those against whom the fifth time charged with nual report which will be made Special attention k lven Disease DENTISTstationed here. Domestic Animals stealing chickens. The magis to the Southern Baptist conventhe strike was aimed. In the winter Death Valley ofOffice at Residence, l mile of town, ozx The railroad empbyes have trate determined to appeal to the tion at the session at Jacksonville Ji fers great natural scenic attracTfce report is the this week. j imeatown road. agreed that the wage question boy's father. tions, but white men do not pick Office.'Front Rooms Jeffnes'.BTdg. Phona 114 G. best in its history. "See here" said his honor, "this be submitted to the Labor this' region for Fourth of July should Columbia, Ky Board. They have in the past boy of yours has been in court so The business receipt9 for the UP STAIRS. Dicnics. Nearly every summer year have been $1,289,489.07, secured important advantages many times charged with chicken during the past few years the through the decions ot this board. stealing that I'm quite tired of which is a gain of $141.34 over. highest natural air temperatures COLUMBIA, KY last year. The assets "of the For them to strike now when a seeing him here." recorded in the United States by ATTORNEy-AT-LA."I don't blame you, jedge," board have also greatly increased minor decision is given against thermometers means of tested them would, almost inevitably, said the parent, "an' Ps tired of and the net resources are now under approved methods of exOffice Second Floor, Court House, $1,060,869.97. Out of its earn in the destruction of the seem' him here as you is. Faith Carried Him Through at the result posure have been those West Side , Adjoinmg'Court Room. great railroad brotherhoods, and "Then, why don't you teach ings during the last year the unique Greenland Ranch Station. the promuligation of the "open him how to act? Show him the board contributed to denominaCOLTJjMBIA. jcev Wilmore, Ky., June 1. Ser-geDuring the long summer days right way and he won't be com- tional work $235,242 75. shop" in the railroad world. AlvinYork, of Pall 'Mall the air is excessively heated by The board will show equally ing here. Louisville Post. litTerm., told an audience in the 3BBBBDBBBDBUB the high sun, as there is too "I has showed him de right fine results in its field work. tle moisture in the air to permit Nine cities battled before the way," said the father, "but he There are now 21,201 Baptist course of a speech delivered at Accept the formation of clouds. The State Commission for the location jest don't seem to have no talent Sunday schools in the territory the celebration here today for No Substitutes anniversary of desert sand, gravel, rocks and of the new normal school in for learning how, jedge; he al of the Southern Baptist Conven- the thirty-secon- d lor Kentucky. Judge ways salt are so highly heated that Western tion, a gain of 781, with an en- Asbury College, that ha- had regets caught. high as $1,000 a th6y do not have an opportunity O'Rear, Chairman of the Comrollment of 2,201,345, which is a ceived offers as B The national guard can be call- gain of 234,735 for the last year. night to go into vaudeville, mo to cool during the short nights. mission, announced that no de 0. A. Denton, the white man cision would be reached for ed upon to aid law officers in any The statistical department of the tion pictures or on the lecture BLACK-DRAUGH- T to remain the longest in the val- several weeks and the contesting county when conditions get be- board also reports 28,256 church- platform, but declared that he ley, stayed eight years, by mak-- ' cities may be visited by the Com- yond their control, but martial es, a gain of 813, with a member- had rather be a "pauper and Purely homeless, knowing that I am B ing his bed in front of a revolv- mission before a vote is taken. law cannot be declared in Ken- ship of 3,284,634, a gain of 9 Vegetable serving God and will have a tucky. The constitution pros over last yeer. 241,462 ing fan driven by an overshot XI has made Col. P. vides Pope Pius home in heaven." In the course that the civil authority alare reported. water wheel after wetting his H. Callahan, of Louisville, a ways of his talk he told how his faith shall be supreme. Gregblankets and sprinkling the Knight of the Order of St. James Sexton, the Chief of in God carried him through the OB ft' Physicians have discovered a Police of Ravenna, was shot and exploits that made him famous BsHflflflflflflBflfli ory. He is the only Kentuckian floor with water. aa a World War hero, and at the? to receive this distinction, and new dru& used by South Amer- - killed by James King, a taxi close many-o- f thoff. present Masons from sixteen nations cewrtry r,000,000idl King claims tjut h shot the first Americanlto bt so honor can Indians; wkich kills. femrldriT he had (kUrered the bes't In this arebelding a coickye ifc jHrsooi Bare resumed work? seraaoei tbey tad JHJ? keud,' and has a therapeutic Talu: fa wlf defense? ed by tail Pope. 13-- WOODSON LEWIS & SON B. 13-- A J. -- Murrell L. H. Jones W. A. Coffey W nt 9 - a a Thedford's 85,-62- Bap-tism- 1 Liver Medicine 5 85 de-Glar- ed ttMmz Br?&r3S r tc ,se " JV- - ,, II -- 'JL J ft j-9- ?&. ": X V ' "V --v . . . the?adair-county:neW- s fldair CoQivty ievJs Published On Tuesdays, ftt Golam6i& KeMncky- a E.MURRELdO-AS- -, Editor -- MRS. HAMLETT. - - - Ms In- A Democratic Newspaper devoted to! the terest of the city oCColumbla and the People af Adair and adjoininsICounties. Itotered at the Coloroba' ttaO matter. Port-offlc- e as second TUESDAY JUN. 131922. .SUBSCRIPTI0N2PRICE: Kentucky in Out ide of Kentucky All Bubicrlptlons are due and.TPayable ILK) $2.00 in Ad- - e ANNOUNCEMENTS " TOR JUDGEjCOUET OF APPEALS, I t r We are authorized to announce Judge; D. A. McCandless a' candidate lor Judge of the Court oij Appeals, Thifd'District, subjew to; the action of county and he was partlyljeared with the United States --in tha in Monticello. World War, borrowed from, and 'Bishop Kelgo, of the Southern still owe the United States GovMethodist Church, who was tak- ernment, some $10,000,000,000. en ill on the train en route from So far, our Government has Little Rock, Ark., where the not been able to collect any interGeneral Conference was held, est, to say nothing of the princiand taken to a hospital in Mem- ple, on ajiy of this huge debt. phis, is reported to be in a very The indications now however, critical condition. R He is a lead- are that the British Government, ing Ghurchmanand the Metho- our greatest debtor, will pay the dists througnout the South are United States. Government, this very anxious concerning his confall, from $100,000 to $200,000 of dition. the the interest they owe us. It The story told by a young wo- is hoped here that other counman, late of Middlesboro, which tries will fall in line and begin occurred in Louisville one night paying, at least the interest on While the last week, was horrible and the their obligations. three men that she charges with United States Government was in mistreating hershouId be given the1 World War a shorter time the full extent ofithe law. The than any other allied country, woman doubtless,tis not what tne tact remains tnat tne war she ought to be, but beithatas it cost us more jthan it cost any may, the beastsjwhoocruplly at- other country allied with us. Our $54,000,-000,00tacked her are better fitted for la estimated cost is some hotter place than is foupd upon f . & mMmmmmmiHMM uuvmwvvmtmvwvui m t a m m m m m m m '.si. T Newest Styles Better Values IN " -- 0. The political revolution in Iowa; J Ladies, Gents and Childrens Footwear,-- : r Miss Catherine Hughes, daugh- was bailed with delight by Pro 'I are authorized to anuounce that ter of Secretary of State Hughes gressive Republicans and Demo-- , ' We Also ,itK v: H. IJames, of Elizabethtown, Harand Mr. ChancylL.NWaddell' of crats, who point to the victory of i Creations in i:' din county, ie a Democratic candidate Col. Smith Brookhart as part of) Were' married iate Sat for Appellate Judge inthisthe Third New York "A urday afternoon in&Washingon the general uprising in the Rer District, sdbiectjtojlthej August gave. "' D. C. Itwaslthe first Cabinet puDiican ranks wnicn Pirichotp '"&' victory in Penn- -' t ft'JSt ' ' marriage .during, the, present ad . t' sylvania '"" and Beveridge The daily papers At. The attacking of girls has be- - ministration: Carpets Rugsand Furniture. CoC a triumph in Indiana. made a big to do over it but the 3r . Come to frequent in Louisville, t- Brookhart defeated an old liner the hanging of a' few letcherous couple are not 'any closely tied for United States Senator. Pres .? tfx. Bcoundrels would have a good ef- than the couple who were married in the country where the ident Harding declared the Esch fect m trees grow and the young men Cummins act to be the greatest piece of railroad legislation ever Judge Richard A. Ballinger, till the soil. passed," the statement continued who was Secretary ofjthe Intery "and Colonel Brookheart A suit testing thejconstitution-alitraij on ior, died at his home, Seattle, of the registration law pass- a platform pledge to repeal that Washington, June 7. He was a learned lawyer and was the au- ed at the lastlsession of the Ken- act. His platform was. npt::onIy J V. tucky Legislature, over the Gov- progressive, but progressive in of several lawjbooks. thor ernor's veto, has been brought some features to the point of radLillian Russell, a popular ac- in Frankfort and a decision is icalism, including indorsement of tress in this country and also in many weeks. We the agricultural bloc, denounced Europe, died at Pittsburg, Pa., believe that the decision will be by Mr. Harding, on the morning of June 6. She against the law. When a man buying and selling, closer union was the wife of Alexander P. or a woman reaches their 21st of farm and city laborors, conMoore, LillianiRussell, being her birthday we believe they are en trol of the Federal Reserve Board stage name. titled to vote, hence in our opin by producers, and government ion the one time registration for ownership ofjrailroads." It is given out that?Judge B. J. all time to comejwill be declared Bethurum will be the Republican Russell Creek. unconstitutional. candidate for Appellate'Judge in this the Third district. He was Several years ago,!theSupreme Uncle. Isham Scott has been formerly CircuitJudge of the Court in the famous Danbury quite sick for several days. Somerset district. He is a man Hatters case decided that the Mr. Bartlett Hood is quite fee who stands high with his party. unions were liablejfor strike damble this spring. ages. Since that time Congress Mrs. Alma M. Youtsey, the diQuite a few of the young peo We have the assurance of several of the largest manufacturers and buyers of has undertaken to exempt labor pie attended the singing at Con vorced wife of Henry Youtsey, i3 unions from the operation of the thfs country that they will be represented on our market. We to marry again. Her choice is Sherman-Anti-Trucora last aunaay and reported a Tobacco in law, but the that the price of Tobrcco will be higher on the Loose Leaf Market this fall Mr. Harry F. Lynch, of Cincinnice time and reported a good dindecision of the Court in the than for several years. We expect to have our opening nati. Her first husband married ner. Coal Company case, puts in Covington soon after he waB We have the best Sunday OPENING SALE NOV. 8, 1922. them clearly within its provisions pardoned out of the penitentiary. and holds that3!the labor unions School at Hutchison school house Watch the News for other announcements. we ever had. Mr. Dick HutchiA general strike is threatened may be prosecuted for restraint son is superintendent and James for July, especially among the of interstate commerce. The deTHE MeKlNNEY L00SELEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSfc CO. Inc. Garrison is assistant superintendcision is far reaching. coal miners. Organized labor is ent. all right-i- n many instances' but Since their enfranchisement, the good influence that abides Resolutions of Respect. Miss Ann Todd has been quite call the blood hounds and trail whenever a lot of men combine women throughout the country sick for the past week but is bet- the parties down, get the chickwith us from her noble life and to tear up the country,ruin prop are taking a lively interest in pol- ter at this writing. ens and prosecute them. Wherefore, death has invaded at last be with her in heaven. erty etc., if their wishes are not itics. At least 11 of them are Mrs. Mattie S. Leach. There has been a large crop of bur ranks and claimed as its own Miss Lena McFarland has been gratified, it is all wrong and force candidates, waging vigorous cam- quite sick but is better. Mrs. May ConoveK tobacco set in this community one of our beloved members, hould be adopted to quelch them. paigns to sit as Members in the Mrs. Nancy Holt' Miss Hallie Cundiff will teach and if the farmers dont pool they Mrs. Mattie Scholl, therefore be The Louisville Post reports National House of Representa- the school at Hutchison school will not get much for it. it resolved by us, the members More Light and better Iipht. tives. They are trying to break have been twenty-si- x that there Mr. John Squires sold three of the Freedom Sunday School: house this year. Sheis a fine Use 4 people killed in Louisville by au- into both Houses from East, yearling steers to Ervin Loy for First That we sorrowfully acteacher and gives entire satisfacRadium Kerosene. tomobile since the first of Janu- West, North and South; so the tion. $90. knowledge the loss of a most effJoe Hart ary. If the truth was known in Hon. Alice Robertson, member Gulf Refining Co. '. Brother Reese will sing at Ernest Cundiff sold one bunch icient member and a true friend nearly every instance chauffers of Congress from the Second Hutchison school house on the of lambs to Phelps Bros, for 13 to every good cause. Work in Columbia Lodge tonight, were drunk. This is alarming, District of Oklahoma, the "lone 4th Sunday in June. Everybody cents a pound. All eo sold one Second That we hereby ex- third dedree. Fellow Craft, Tfiurs-dahence more than a fine should be woman" in the House, and familcow and calf to Rhuel Murrell press our sincere belief that she night. Visitors invited. come and bring your book. " placed on a chauffer who runs a iarly known as "Miss Alice" may hog to L. O. was a pure sweet Christian charThe chicken thieves have been for $60, and one have company in the next House, The radio religous service wilCnever while intoxiceated. acter prepared to meet her God. be popular, because the women can't getting their work. Last Friday Turner for $15. if she is fortunate enough to be caught and We would like to hear from Third That we deeply sympa- see each other's hats. Joseph M. Huffaker, who made returned herself. She has a big Mr. Perry Cundiff coops $65 worth of Bro. C. S. Harris through the thize with her much bereaved quite a reputation as Common fight on her hands, particularly put up in Screams of a women frightened ban News as the Mississippi river has among the women. She voted chickens to take to Greensburg been doing great damage and he husband and little Hiral and all dits away from a meat marked- - The wealth's Attorney of the Louis morning, and they were might get in it, we want a great her loved ones and really weep woman is believed to have just priced ville district, has been sued by against the Soldiers Bonus bill, the next Mr. long letter from Brother Harris. with them on account of our the round steak. thus stolen during the night. his wife for divorce.- - This is the the anti lynching bill, m Elmejr Cundiff went to visit ,h!s great loss. third divorce proceedings Mr; bringing dowu'upon her head the Too much rain for the wheat. The ; Claiming that a dentist le?b one of ire of certain lobbists and certain .father at Mt. Pleasant and had Fourth That we strive more harvesting time is about here, and unHuffaker has had to face, his two his instruments in his lung, a patient young and old chickens stol- - is suing for 25,000. Can't cough, but diligently to be faithful in our less some dry days come at once, it interests, but she. says she is "a 200 him. Mr. K former-work at this place, treasuring up witl be damagedjf Huffaker is a n'atjye of Wayne winner."? en. It is a shame they ; did .rnctrants' the aentist to. . the earth. m - ,ths m m m latest pri-jnar- y. Dress Goods, Notions and Novel ties, Hats, Caps, Etc. -- t m DOHONEY & nOHONEY. JSt- m mmmmmamsm mmmsmmmmsmm To The Farmers We take this opportunity to announce to the farmers of Green and adjoining counties who are not inclined to pool their tobacco that we have made definite plans for a Looseleaf Market at Greensburg, Ky., -- believe st -- Coro-nad- o - . y cr wives-divorcin- g Hi r H p i fiE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Toll '& r .. Of JULY GKEBRflTION Fair Grounds AH Columbia There will be Free for The Campbellsville Brass Band Will Furnish Music. Columbia Fair Association Campbellsville Hotel 3nl. t ' Trotting and Pacing R.ajes, Plug Horse and Mule Races nd Foot Races. There will Also be an Exciting Ball Game. i PROP. AdairiCounty. Formerlyjof Jj TUCKER, R Y. Hindman went to Louisville last week. He was accompanied by a patient whose mission was to Dr. Change in Voting Precincts. beeri'made to appear to the Court that the public convenience demands that some changes be made in the bounbaries.of .some of the voting precincts, it Is therefore now ordered that changes be made in precincts as below set forth, and said precincts shall be as hereinafter set; 0,QHQMfrMfr4MfrHfr04 "Q4"9"fr44M04 ir Meals 50c Lodging 50c Naln:& Depot Sts. or. CHMPBELLSiTILLE, KY We have just received a New Stock of Mens Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, West Columbia voting precinct No' J ,J '. Underwear, Ties"&c:, which we are offering at reduced prices. JC DENTIST 1. Beginning at the north-wedoor; of the court-housthence with the LADIES MILLINERY . Jamestown, - Kentucky. of the Greensburg road tQ middle " "Consisting of a Large Stock of Pattern Hats at various prices. 'c; what Is known $s the Josh Hatcher, same?y dwelling house, including LADIES FURNISHINGS Mrs. Lena Paull and her daughter, ? .I M thence a straight line to where Pettitii f yyr( Miss Marshall, who have been at JefZw Coat Suppresses in Silks, Canton Crepes; Crepe DeChene, Ging empties into Russell creek; a ifi, Strother Hynes returned to ferson City, Tenn, during this past fork hams, Percakf.ccI Ladies Underwear ,j Hosiery from the finest Silks t kr. thence up and with said Pettitsforp' D&Vple Friday. school yetr, returned home 'the first down.- - OxtordspNeckWear.&c. by the Columbia and' creek is crossed . ... , , "MR? John Q. Alexander afrvecT last of last week. 1 Glasgow road, thence with the Gla&i 'Come and Look our Stocks ot Goods Ovier Mr. Herbert Shaw, 3?ho sbmjajears gow Tt day af ternooD. '.. i 'f road to ' the residence of G. T i r ,. .f Cowas in ago, resided with his parents in Hj&s Effle Helm, Bakerton, Herriford, Including it, thence toth$' lumbia, was here a few days ago, Columbia last Thursday. residence of T. C. Faulkner, including traveling for a tobacco company, out it, thence with the Burkesville street "M.f C. Moss, Elizabethtown was at " of Louisville-Mr- . to the place of beginning. thJeffries Hotel recently. Austin Baily, who left here forGrady vllle precinct No. 10. Begin'MrjSam E. Miller, Crocus, was in ty years ago, and at present lives in ning at and excluding the Dr. W. T.t tovjn a few days last Meetc. Illinois, is back on a visit. He lived Grissom dwelling house at Bliss,; ,Mr. Albert Stapp, of near Dent, was in Columbia several years but was thence with the Columbia and GaBj InColumbiaa few days' ago-reared in the White Oak country. gow road to the dwelling houseof. Knllley Precinct, No. 23. Begin- Mr. E. B. Heke, Louisville, was at Prof. A. P. Prather and wife left Brack Cain, including if, thence with ning at the bridge across Green river, the Jeffries Hotel Thursday. Friday morning for Millersburg, said road to the site of the old e near Neatsville, thence with the pike Mr. Sam Burdette made a business where Mrs. Prather will spend the school house, (now gone), thence to the intersection of the Casey Creek trip to Louisville last week. summer. Prof. Prather will enter a straight line to the Stephen Asper road that goes by Ray Williams', Mrs. W. J. Flowers was taken quite school at Lexington for the remainder dwelling house, including same, thence with said road to the ridge of vacation. sick Sunday. Better at present. thence a straight line to and exclud- road that divides the waters of Casey Judge H. C. Baker was taken quite ing the Lewis Walker dwelling house, Creek and Green river, thence a Mr. E T. Kemper spent Sunday in ill last Friday and for several hours his thence up Barley fork to the James straight line to Columbia en route to Lexington. the residence of W. Mr Ike A Meyer, salesman oat of condition was alarming. At this time Wilson place, including same, thence K Kniney, including it, thence a he is thought to be a little better. His a straight line to the W. L. Fletcher straight line to St. Louis was here a few days ago. the residence of Eva -son, Mr. W. L. Baker, of Montlcello, place, including it, at the foot of the excluding it, thence a straight Meyers, Beloit, Wisconsin Chelf. Mr. S. A. arrived Saturday night. hill, thence a straight line to and ex- line to the residence of Tom was in Columbia a few days since. Mr. J. W. Browning and Misses cluding the Scott Hill dwelling house, of color, including it, thence Mr R. C. Clarkson, Lebanon, had Lula and Julia Phelps visited points on the Columbia and Edmonton road, to the Moxley dwelling, excluding it, busmtbs in this place a few days ago. in the Blue Grass last week. They thence a straight line to and includ- thence a straight line to the nearest Mr. Lynn Davis, of Stanford, visited were accompanied home b Miss Jew- ing the Wm. Gowen old house, thence point in the Taylor and Adair county In Adair county a day or so of last ell Phelps, who will spend a few to and excluding the dwelling house line, thence with the Taylor county week. weeks vIsitiDg relatives and friends of Newton Norn's, thence a straight line to where the Kniney and CampMr. R B. Wilson, wholesale candy line to the John Milt Wilson dwelling bellsville pike crosses same, thence here. salesman, was in Columbia a few days Mr. Herbert Rhorer, wife and two house, on Big Creek, thence up Big with said pike to within one-hasince. including the and children, Melvin and Hubert, Jr., of Creek, to A" mile of Knifley, thence leaving said II Humphreys, Bardstown, Mr. R. H. Wheeler old place, pike and meandering the foot of the Lexington, reached here last Friday was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days forenoon, en route to visit relatives, thence a straight line to and exclud hills down Casey Creek, on the north since. at Edmenton. Mr. Rhorer is a son of ing James Gilpin, thence a straight side, passing the mouth of Casey Mr. H. J. -- Lander, Elizabethtown, to and excluding Henry Corbin, Creek, meandering the foot of the vthe late Dr. Melvin Rhorer, who lived line made a business trip to Columbia re in Columbia quite a number of years on the Columbia and Burkesville road, hills on Green river down to the Wil cently. n over the county. thence with said road to the mouth of low ford, thence up Green river to the was land the Stotts lane, between John Lasley beginning. Mr. O. O. Cowan, Albany, who is a Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Myers and and Henry Blakeman, thence with traveling salesman, was here a few Bliss Voting Precinct No. 2. Betheir son, Robert Page, have removed days ago. present said lane to the Greensburg and ginning at the residence of T. C. You will also find our Limonette, Orange Julip, Grape from Monticello, and for the Mr. E. L. Reese, proprietor of the will be in Columbia, having arrived Burkesville road, thence with said Faulkner at the forks of the Burkes Jamestown Woolen Mills, was here a several days ago. Mr. Myers, so we road to the dwelling house occupied ville and,Glasgow road In front of Dr. Whip, Strawberry, Ginger Ale, Cream Soda and by George Janes located on the farm few days ago. Hindman's residence, and excluding are informed, has several propositions Cherry. Quality Products. M. Staples," excluding said county, left offered him, but has made no decision of Mrs. E. said Faulkner's residence, thence Mr. Edgar Royse, this house, thence o and with said road to the residence of G. T. Her- - If you" drinks for a Picnic or any Occasion, call for Peabody College, Nashville, Tues- up to this time. to where it crosses the branch below tiford, excluding it, thence with the Min-tprday of last week. Mr. Lee Hutton and wife, of or Phone church, thence down said Glasgow road to where Hebron it crosses Pet-tit- s Ark., were In Columbia last Hon. Lilburn Phelps passed through branch and Butlersfork to the fork creek, thence down said here last Thursday, en route from Wednesday, in company with Mrs. ' creek to where same empties into Hutton's sister, Miss Mary Aaron, Louisville to Jamestown. Glensford Precinct No. 16. Begin- Russel Creek, thence a straight line to C R. BKRCBR, 3YCR. Mr. Herbert Taylor made a business daughter of Mr. Luther Aaron. The ning at the mouth of the Y. E. Hurt the Matthew Leach dwelling house, Columbia, Kentucky. trip to Greensburg and Campbellsville two former have been visiting In lane, between R. W. Hurt and Boss Adair for some days, but will start on Loy's lands, thence the Tobe Hurt including it. thence a straight line to last Thursday and Friday. the Burl Nunn house excluding it, their homeward journey this week. road to the Crocus road, near new thence a straight line to Mr. H. C. Lucas, Webbs X Roads, the dwelling the road running between the Henson Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Page left for Zion church, thence with the Crocus Russell county, was here last Wednesof excluding it, and Ed Stotts farms, thence with said 'Hi Monticello Sunday morning. Their road to the mouth of Burn's creek, house Ed Cheatham, day to consult a physician. to where it interVVtvHi2SiHSpRBlHMl a straight line to Butlers fork last named road mission is, to have a sale of household thence up Crocus creek to the Adair thence Mrs Dallas Goff returned from at its nearest point, thence up and sects with the Burkesville road,thence goods and pack a lot that is to be and Russell line, thence with Adair Cumberland county a few days ago and road to the beginning. $'?' IVBHfffT"' 1 1 LiEBhk shipped to this place. They will and Russell line to where it crosses with Butlers fork to the dwelling with said ZZL copy. Attest. several weeks. will be at home for W. Patterson, including A probably be absent two weeks Mr. the Columbia, and Creelsboro road house oi J. S. C. Neat. Clerk. C. B. Messrs. W. H. Middleton and it, thence a straight line to the Dr. and Mrs R- A. Myers accompanied near A. A. Miller's, thence to A. A W. T. Grissom house, Including it, More Power, More Miles Hayes Hodgenville, were registered them and they, also, will have a sale. Miller's residence, including it, thence 5 Cents Cake ago. thence with Butler fork to the mouth Use at the Jeffries Hotel a few days Misses Annie and Lula Royse re to the dwelling of Joe Miller,including of W. C. Turk's spring branch, thence days ago. The Russell & Co's. Mr. L. R. Chelf one of Adair coun-ty- turned home a fe That Good Golf Gasoline. it, thence with the Columbia road to with said branch to where it crosses merchants, located at Knlf-Ie- former taught in the commercial de best Joe Hart, Cedar Creek, at Bill Huddlestons, inmade a business trip to Columbia partment in an institution at Miami, cluding Huddleston, thence down Ce the Greensburg and Burkesville road, Gulf Refining Co. FJa. The latter in the high school at thenca with said road to the dwelling Big doings at the Fair Grounds the a few days since. Columbia, South Carolina. Mls3 Hel- dar creek to its mouth, thence withl occupied by George Janes and located ! m Allen Patteson has reached home en Carnahan, who also taught in the Russell creek to the mouth of Glens-foru" U1 ""'' win ue running Mr. N. T. Mercers improvements Mrs. E. M. Staples, on the farm of from Washington, D. C. He has Miami institution with Miss Annie, and trotting races. Some fast horses thence up Glensfork to the road e his house at his residence, gained 25 pounds, and will be here her work being English, returned leading to R W. Hurt's store, thence including said house, thence to and look like a naw home are here? ' with sald.road to its intersection with home with Miss Rojse for a visit. with said road to the beginning. October! until st e, K$S. LESTER " consult a specialist. Mr J. F. Shaw, one of tho best known men on the road, and Mr. C. A. Merryman, both of Nashville, were here last Wednesday. Missea Katie Murrell and Agnes Hynes left for Peabody, College, Nash yille, last Friday morning. They will finish their term in about six weeks. Mrs. C. M. Russell and two daughters, Misses Frances and Catherine, left Thursday morning fora visit to relatives and friends, Bowling Green. It having 4 SPRING 41. . forth: 4 Arvrvn UUUU3 and SUMMER 4 & "A 4 f J PERSONAL 2-- -' "" &. ?. $ 4 RUSSELL, & CO. eft 44444Hfr4e4 Wil-mor- THIRSTY? DRINK I Hen-drickso- n, I lf I Wost Perfect 0f JIL Butler 1 llll Kolas JllIil well-know- want n, Columbia Bottling Works, 1 1 - a at s, y, 1 k, "" ... will-mak- -- -- - . t : X -- A IL w'-- irADMRGOUNGPYNEWS CCOKTINUED . .i,. - FROM PAGE 2 The Big I Muskeg m u By VICTOR ROUSSEAU Illustrations by ; R. H. Livingstone 9 CenrifkWStnrtrt KiWCosjay fa g "Over yander," repeated Andersen, "oflQi another Jerk. y "Wilton forgotten." strode from the dining-rooIlls heart burning with indignation. He soothed her and soon brought SSlio had brought liquor into the camp? her back to her normal condition. As Xt was a thing dreaded by employers he grew cooler he began to realize sE labor, almost more than the that, as Molly had said, the men were typhoid epidemics. While not to blame. In the morning few of iHor was to be obtained within a them would have more than the vai22fcEns of miles, work guest remembrance of the affair. It vwotiia he practically suspended. was the alcohol, acting as a physical "Wifh DIgby at his heels, he strode and moral poison on them. 3ercely out toward the swamp. Big "How did it happen?" he asked Jfaskeg was less than three miles presently. "And how long have those acway hy the new road which had been two outlaws been In the camp?" nt from the camp to the portage. "They came here, a week ago, Will," Wilton's heart sank at the thought she answered. "They were very insSahe men in the factor's place with solent, and said that trouble was comSSaHy. The laborers were chiefly ing; they made all sorts of vague HETszitkies and Galicians, docile as sheep threats against you. They seemed to 'ssfeea sober, but changed by drink s want to make trouble for us." 3rlld beasts. "They're here for some object, MolAs bey gained the opposite bank ly," said Wilton. "It's to hinder the "3iy eard wild shouts of drunken work, of course, but there's inofre 35rnghter, and.in a momentary interval, to it than that" "aCdDonald's angry protest and then "I think they want to frighten us sa. cry from Molly. away from tlie portage, Will," said They ran at the top of their speed, Molly. "Tom Bowyer has been here "Wilton leading. since I returned. He told me that my rafe Oiurst into the store. It was father was very 111 ; that he was using fiOea "with men, roaring and shout-2s- s his Influence to get him pensioned, they were drinking from their and that the best thing we could do as&i pannikins, which they had evident-S- y would be to leave the portage as soon as possible. brought designedly from the "He wanted me to go to Winnipeg and and filling them from a liquor that stood in the center study stenography, or anything else of I chose. But I told him r couldn't oClhe joom. S&edia factor, wedged in behind the take any steps without consulting cnuazr, his right arm limp at his you." "Good for you, Molly, dear!" said tsSfe, was pushing his left Into the Wilton. . Scoes r the grinning Hunkies. "He hadn't guessed how things were SMQy, at the door of her room, her 35gs parted, her eyes dilated with fear, between us, for he changed instantly. xras sairounded by a ring of men. One He began to threaten me. He swore em Siad his huge paws on her that I should never marry you, and ' a'dhitfilLis, and, standing a little be-- that he'd drive us from the portage. He went away mad with rage. When Ala, was trying to bend her back-a- those two men came I connected their toward him. appearance with him." 'Wilton took In the scene "You were right," said Wilton. "But through the thick haze of I don't think they'll show their faces xobacco-smokEverything here again. And I'll you every 3aHm3jel0Te his eyes. With a hoarse day now. Molly, dear, see why didn't you 3wa-S- T cage he leaped Into the center write to me? I hoped for a letter crowd, caught the man who had every day. Why didn't you write?" S5klsands on Molly, and, spinning .him "I wasn't quite sure you'd want CTHJ&3, dashed his fists into his face me to," she answered shyly. "You see, sga5a .and again until he wasWill, it our engagement came about from the blood that covered after I nursed you. And I thought, tjs Asoken features. after you got back to Clayton Streaming with pain, the man broke I thought that I'd Just wait." Qwa Silm. Before the astonished "You thought that I might change, "arKptiYfes could collect their wits Wilton Molly? cried Wilton. "seas m their midst again. He drove She nestled close to him. "Not ti&aa before "hini:; he snatched up a ly, Will. But I I don't know, realbut &txXe containing a guttered candle- - somehow I wanted to wait. I hated essg, aafl, 4inned with this terrible so to come hack here, with you lying "brought it smashing down on so ill, and I was so when s&aeir heads till he held only the Kitty didn't answer my worried letters." sspBziters "in his bleeding hands. "Kitty didn't answer you?" StapefleflVby this onslaught, the men "Only once, when you were nearly ::232 Ear tlie door. But, jamming In out of danger. Perhaps that made me J Has ttrance, the rear-moturned and feel that that I'd better not write to ifixi-jhim. Three men set on him, you. Will. But, of course, all her time IcsJing savage kicks, and rushing at was taken up with caring for you." "fcitE, thead down, like battering-rams- . "She ought to have written you," Oiae cangut him in the pit of the said Wilton. "That doesn't sound like crtamachjina sent him toppling against Kitty. And Molly, dear," he contie: "courrter. tinued, thinking of Kitty's projected fcstantly the whole mob was upon stay at Big Muskeg, "I've got a sur'25? with knives, screaming with rage. prise for you next month. Just about Weaoa leaned against the counter, sick the thing that would please you best -ami weak for tlie moment, and unable in the world." tat defend himself. But suddenly the And as she looked at him in Inquiry, rux& vns away, and he drew her into his arms and kissed lattcxvJDigby, his fists flying like flails, her again. "Promise me, dear, that cfiJang'out right and left, and felling you will never doubt my love for you," sai"3Lcm at e very blow. he pleaded. The respite enabled him to regain "I promise. Will," she answered, '!5ais feet, snatch up another bottle, looking at him with shining eyes. 22hS go to the Englishman's assistance. "Never never, dear !" "32m Hunkies had no stomach for any "I'll have to go, Molly," said Wilasare. This time they made the door- - ton. "Only until tomorrow, dear. And Ksgr,:aa ran .at the top of their speed sleep quietly, because I'll give those 2rcard the portage, leaving Wilton men the lesson of their lives in the anfl his assistant panting and ex- - morning." .tiaaisted in their wake. WUton was about to go back to CHAPTER VII 3vloTly when suddenly he caught "Sight C two men who looked like Canadians Inside Information. Unking Into the kitchen, which opened Wilton's first act on reaching the "opon ihe side of the store. He shack was to write a letter to InInstantly as the two fake spector Quain, Informing him of the ,xIicamea, Hackett and Tonguay, and presence of Hackett and Tonguay at W tvldent enough that they had the camp, and telling him of their iitronght the liquor to the portage. g activities. In the morn"Shouting to Digby, he rushed after ing he sent for Andersen, who apiem. .But they Mere through the peared disheveled, humble, and repenEitchen ana had .gained the open be- tant fore he could get within a dozen paces. you send me back to the "I 3Sgby "had evidently not understood cache t'ankthe foreman began. ' .niton's shout Wilton struck his fist on. 'rGood work, what?" he ejaculated. "No, Andersen, I'm not goinghis desk. to send "ZEPjdti have much of this sort, Mr. you back to the cache," he answered. fQ&rznfhers."?" "You'll hold your Job, "5Idon't know," answered Wilton. the men under controland you'll keep and see that "eH5he part of our business to see there's no more g SkttUhere isn't any more." around here." !It wasn'-toour school curriculum," "By Jink, Mr. Carruthers, you yoost -adld the Englishman thoughtfully. bet I will I" cried the Swede. "I done OTIlton .only glanced at him, and all I could to drive them two fallers . weHt"lnto: Molly was on her away from here. Last night I took "Sfaaees before her father, who had sunk one drink, thinking I'd get the men (cage a chair. 'The old man's face was away quietly, and thea I guess I don't t Hftan 'Khlte, lint, as Wilton ap- - remember no nlore' be ended apoloyrsAcbed, fee opened his eyes and getically. aifaTcfl at him. "If you see them iroand here again, ye 1" he hissed with unimagia- --- when I did I" "You weren't to blame, Will," sobbed the girl ; "and the men weren't I don't think they would have done me any harm. It was the sight of you, Will, and the fight I thought they had stabbed you " "I shall be In camp as long as It's open," answered Wilton. "Don't be afraid any more. I'll see that no more of this stuff finds Its way here. And tomorrow Til make an example of the worst of them that won't be able fury. "This Is your work I Gj out of my store and never let me see your face again !" He turned, and began to shuffle away, dragging his palsied leg, his right arm dangling. Wilton fell back, and McDonald began to make his way upstairs. Wilton went up to Molly and took her in his arms. "Molly Molly, dear, It's all right now," he said anxiously. "Forgive mel I couldn't have guessed those men would have been wild beasts like that. I thought Andersen could keep them in control. Thank God, I came Tax Free In Kentucky. R Bw ml Hi " N Backed By Sixty Thousand BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS District Warehousing Corporations 8 Cumulative Serial Preferred Stock $700,000 fgftficipal "dffd Dividends Unconditionally Guaranteed hp The Burley Tobacco Growers Co-operati- x r ve pmpp 'By Jink, Mr. Carruthers, You Yoost Bet I Willi" Cried the Swede. once," said Wilton. "That's all, An'der-seJust try to live up to your job; I don't expect impossibilities. And tell the men I want to see them at ten o'clock." At that hour he went out to inspect the laborers, who were lined up outside the They were a dirty, disheveled lot, still showing the traces of the last night's dissipation. Wilton looked at them grimly. "Well, men, we've met one another already," he said. "I'm your new boss. You've had a taste of me, and you've seen something of my methods. I expect my workers to make good, and I expect to make good myself. And if any man brings liquor Into camp, or sets n. Incorporated. Association -- -- cook-hous- e. in-ti- The purpose of this issue of Preferred Stock is the $rd? pffling of funds for the acquisition, by the various District Vzehgusing Corporations, of now independently owned warehouses located in their several districts. This Preferred Stock is divided into five classes, each 'cldlS. equal amount. This stock be tntaining anWarehousing Corporations must par,retirfd b with aci at '" dividends, as follows: cumulated Class "A" stock on or before June 30th, 1923. CJass "B" stock on or before June 30th, 1924. Class "C" stock on or before June 30th, 1925 "Class "D" stock on or before June 30th, 192$ Class-- E" stock on or before June 30th, 192Z " cook-SHose- s, hogs-f&ex- rf his foot across the portage without my permission, I'll make him so that his mother wouldn't recognize him. Tljose of you who are dissatisfied can take your pay and go." He went back to his shack; DIgby, who had stood thoughtfully beside him during this colloquy, came in after him. This Preferred Stock is unconditionally guaranteed, both as to prin by the Burley Tobacco Growers Asso elation through contracts duly executed between the Association and each of the District Warehousina Cornorations. tlpal and dividends, ve PRICE $10 PER SHARE & I" James C. Willson & Go. LOUISVILLEKENtUClTC 210 S. FIFTH .ST.. . i el instan-wEsaoous- ly e. "2a -- - unrec--awubEab- le "There must be quite a considerable SLyESTMEliirixSCUfir amount of this sort of thing, Mr. CarFiscal rAeenl. fnr ruthers?" he inquired. hJ3urlcy Tobacco GraWt&..Qdteralm Association "What do you mean by 'this sort of thing'?" demanded Wilton sharply. "Making men so that their mothers following Banks: Subscriptions will also be received in Adair County by won't know them," answered the engineer. "It may be all right for those Farmers Bank, Cane Valley, Bank of Columbia, Columbia, who like It, but it wasn't on my curriculum. In England, when a man Bank, Casey Creek. National Bank, Columbia, misbehaves, we taRe out a summons against him." Bank, Knifley. "Where'd you serve it?" . "That is a problem," admitted Dig-b"I've thought over that. But A Gall To The Women. this sort of thing wasn't what I signed on for.. That's all there is to it If you'd told me what was expected of The cause that wins the heart me, I might have signed, with you or I might not. I'd have thought about of womanhood will triumph. The It. I object to my rights being inGENERAL INSURANCE -- the Farmers First Farmers y. : W. B. PATTESON International Made-to-Measu- ; X vaded. So tion." I wish to offer my resigna- -- -- "All right," said Wilton shortly. Then, feeling that the other had a sort of justice in his attitude: "It Is rather tough to expect you to do police work," he acknowledged. "But I don't think there will be any more of st B. DIgby looked at him In frank astonishment "Why, I like It !" he said. "I had the time of my life last night It's simply the principle of the thing. But I'm afraid I didn't quite make my position clear." it" -- flung-violent- ly "Not altogether," answered "Wilton. "However, I'm sending some special mall down this noon, and you can go In with the sleigh." DIgby's defection was a serious blow, for It would be necessary to make arrangements for a man to take his place. However, Wilton decided to take no steps to that end immediately. He Inspected the camp, saw that a good job was being made of the cleaning up, and went to look at Kitty's houe. TOBE CONTINUED Five New Bishops Elected. -- -- recog-;nfeea.fhe- m liquor-vendin- whisky-peddlin- n toe-store- -- SrP The General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, South closed its sessions of several weeks at Hot Springs Monday Five new Bishops were elected as follows: Dr. W. B. Virginia Conference; Dr. J. E. Dicky, North Georgia Conference; Dr. S. R. Hay, Texas Conference; Dr. H. M. Dobbs, North Alabama Conference, and Dr. H. A, Boaz, a native of Calloway county, Kentucky, Central Texas Conference. All the new Bishops, except Dr. Dobbs have been assigned to foreign fields. Bishop E R.Hendrix. the old est Bishop in the church, and Houses weie swept away by a Bishop John C. Kilgoere placed on the retired list because of four foot flood in Anna Valley, in Warren county and two worn physical disability due to n rescued' from drowning. Beau-champ, -- victory for Prohibition was won by women. The war may have brought the opportune moment to press the campaign, steadily the phalanxes had multiplided, steadily the forces bad drawn together under the patient, untiring determination of an host of women whose immortal leader was Frances E. Willard. Few of us believe that Congress wanted the eighteenth amendment. But Congress felt the pressure from behind and dared not resist it. Women have been, in far greater number than men, the friends of the cause we reprethe cry of sent. Quicker suffering, quicker to answer to the appeal of the wronged and oppressed than men, they have given time and money and service to sustain and advance our cause. Now that they have the right at the polls to declare their voice and to determine legislation, have e not the" right to expect that laws may be obtained for the better treatment and protection of those millions of animals about us whose lot has been for unnumbered generations so often made bitter by man's thoughtlessness and inhumanity? In the struggle againstjhe cruelties which make the transportation and slaughter of our food animals so full of needless pain, shall we call to them in vain for hope? ever-increasing : re CIothes.5 - Second Floor, Jeffries Building. COLUMBIA, KY. I X Colun bia Barber Shop A X X Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. "a & to-he- ar )K)K! Tips for Gardeners, Give us Trial and be Convinced. Insects destructive to gardens may be divided into two groups those that destroy thp plants by biting and chewing and those that suck the sap of the juice of the plants. Effective control of any insect depends upon determining to which group it belongs and then applying the prop er poison. Biting and chewing insects are controlled by use of stomach poisons such as arsenate of lead and controlled by use of lead and Paris green. Sucking insects are controlled by tobacco poisons, kerosene emulsion and bordeaux mixture. Late carrots are planted about June 1st., the seed being sown in a very shallo'w furrow. A few radish seeds sown along with the carrots-helto mark, the row. and Chatnay are lata Ox. Heart p varieties that mature in from 75 to 110 days. Spraying tomato plants with Bordeaux mixture about June 1st helps to control leaf spot and early blight. It' the leaves become spotted and yellow, the sprayiug should be repeated at intervals of about ten days to two weeks. Plant lice may cause serious damage on early peas and beans unless the plants are watched closely for the presence of these insects on the under side of the leaves. They are controlled by spraying with arsenate of lead, Painting all sash that has been used to cover hot beds and cold frames and storing it away in a sheltered place before Juue 1st. helps to prolong its usefulness, according to gardens at the College of Agriculture. Exposure to the hot summer sun cauaea damaf e to thee. con-aidera- ble -- v ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Bat we hate no right to stuff We Skill Pass Tift Way Nt Once. Playiai MMtsM ers2 When you look at a 30x3V2USCO at $ lO.90 USCO has always sold as a quality tire of known standards and perform' ance. Today at $10.90 it fixes the worth of a child beyond capacity with food that is injurious to a body not Two of the federal proMbitiw Man knows he shall pass this yet matured. way but once. The universe is officers in Kentucky, playing tkfc The child'knows no better but too great for man to spend too part of moonsiners, boughtastSl! we do ,or should. long a life here on earth. There in a Louisville store, are too many greater fields to Lseven or eight others whiter Georgettes. explore. There has been a pro ing the purchase, learnedwere-nTiwuxi- - is naturally UR tire dealer JjC--- - youthe30x3l& USCO at $10.90. whenhe shows al- enthusiastic with its people with whom he as- Phillips, of Lebanon, who ougiifc: sociates. As an ugly worm to know something of the wa&st own distin leaves its own small cocoon and of moonshiners because M&riara g ui shed flits away as a butterfly to great- county has been a produefcips: values. er worlds, so does man, when source of the moonshine whister worthy, leave his worn? like exis- for some time. tence, among small objects with- With Louisville police arresting in tne purview 01 ms small con- whisky sellers almost daily, tfce? ception and enter broader fields Lexington officials revoking He This much to keep in of light and opportunity for good. permits of soft drink stsnife mind The water falls to the earth, which violate the law, and f ferpasses to the sea, evaporates and al officials impersonating United StatesTlres are Good Ikes in order to learn: returns again. In its rounds it may be the sap in a tree this of their apparatus aaaH Copyright year, the juice in a stawberry materials, the whisky crooks xr& 1922 .D.S.TlreCa having a hard time of it id Old! the next and so on. wmiiassmmsmssmmssBssmm dow. The decayed tooacco stalk does Kentucky, praise be. It will cnsr Some motorists want to make not die it lets loose its vitality on require a good strong pull togeththere cars last as long as possible. the grass plot and the grass er to rid Kentucky of of tiaes. United States ( Rubber Company Two hundred arm Th Oldest and Largert Fipvthr Others light matches to see how shows up with its life plus the criminal and dangerous eleaaas&i Rubber Organization in th World Branchet Fatten much gas there is in the tank. vitality of the deceased. Keep up the goexL. entirely. Many a car If there is rotation and contin- work! Stanford Journal- makes a noise. ual existence in other forms of A Slender Reed Good teeth make a girl smile. life, why does the skeptic assume A soltaire makes her that man with his fine brain, Marriage is often called a tie. chains of thought, conscience and The Washington corresponded UWWkiLUWkU But in many cases one side or the creative genius, perish absolutely of the New York Times inf onns Where You other wins. from the earth and live no more. us that "many Republicans wer Can Buy An egotist should find it easy 'Tis true we pass this way but turning to Harding to rescue the? COLUMBIA. KY. U. S. Tires: to obey the auto laws. He's ac- once, but live again .in another party." They want a touch d customed to blowing his own world. La Rue County Herald. "Rooseveltian methods in baubling Congress." They fee t&afc horn. Killing Armenians. the proposed tariff bill and And our idea of an undesirable Eating Ourselves to Death. soldiers' bonus, vnShi neighbor is one who will borrow Now that it has been decided billions appropiated and no taxes. butter and pay it back with oleo. In the days of our forefathers An interesting man is one who that the Turk is to remain in levied to meet them, will injurs men were keen of mind, active listens while you talk about your- Constantinople, the Turkish ar- the country, and perhaps, destroy of body and rugged of honesty. Evening Afternoon self ; a bore is one who forces you mies that have been fighting the the "party unless something fe. They ate simple food and not to listen while he talks about Greeks in Asia Minor are making done by the President to preveEfc A Demonstration in Musical tco much of it. their way back to Europe, and their passage. himself. LIEURANCE'S Appreciation The generation of today is not Apparently some people know the dispatches from the Near But do our Republican friends Philharmonic Orchestra compared with that of 100 years LIEURANCE'S their town is in the country East announce that the Turks are seriously cherish the hope that ago. We have not that fine sense our amiable but certainly not agPhilharmonic Orchestra because they have never lived in indulging freely in their old past-tim- e gressive President will or carj do of honor in business that our any of killing Armenians. other. Six Royal Holland mothers and fathers bequeathed This evil is and old one, and no anything? One blast on the ham THE Six ROYAL HOLLAND Another thing we've noticed is YUTAKI MINAKUCHI, to us. Our bodies are not in the machinery whatever seems to of Roosevelt or Wilson tcday BELL RINGERS that there is usually too much Lecture "The Border Land" same pink of condition, and our been rigged up to protect might be worth hundreds c? miff-ion- s chance connected with most of have of dollars to American- - iax: minds are more or less indifferent the Armenians. The European these "chances of a lifetime." payers and the difference beexcept wherein the subject perJunior Chautauqua Money talks, and consience nations wanted the United States tains to the profit or pleasure of 1918, to accept a mandate tween prosperity and depression' ! 'POLLY OF THE CIRCUS Entertainment wmspers, wmen possioiy ac- back in self. Armenia, but that suggestion to thousands of business housess A Big, Wholesome Play DR. FRANK CHURCH, Lecture counts for the failure of some for The reason is simple. Too much rejected with scorn by our the difference between employ people to hear the voice of con- was "How to Land on Both Feet." to eat, and too much of it eaten. England and France ment and unemployment to hunSenate. sience. It is true that we have made have been trying, in rather a dreds of thousands, o Amerfcaci The Astist Trio most of us knew as much wonderful forward strides in the If feeble way to protect the Ar workers. Music Memory Contest Dr.fjames Shera Montgomery But the Republican leaders at: past century. But they are no now as we thought we did when menians but that protection does THE ARTIST TRIO. Conceit Lecture People" d greater than the opportunities we graduated, none of the world's not seem to have been worth Chicago in 1920 said they did not warrant. Then, too, the brains problems would be unsolved. much. Bands of disbanded Turk- want a "big man" a3 President. that produce these successes We've seen some couples, and ish soldiers are roaming about They glorified mediocrity. They were in the heads of certain in we suppose you haye, too, that Armenia, killing and burning as sneered at the suggestion that: the President should be a national) dividuals, and those individuals made us think Cupid was a better they go. THE WHITE AND BLACK practical joker than a matchwere not gourmands. This world has grown blunted leader. Well they have got what: MINSTRELS maker. The fact is, we are literally eatThe White and Black Minstrels with suffering and the Armenian they asked for, and they find, irn "Your husband seems always Double Male Quartet, Orchestra ing ourselves to death slowly, outrages will unquestionably at' this hour of perplexity, the PresGUILA ADAMS, Entertainer to remember your wedding anni- and Minstrel Finale but surley. we eat as our fancy tract less attention than they de- - ident is a slender reed to leaia versary." dictates, and we eat to excess of serve. cut sooner or later some upon, Louisville Post. "Yes, but don't give him the of the wrong food. thing will have to be done to A very large and perfectly A Nebraska man has been mar? Don't Do It. crebit. I take pains every year If we really knew the propormeet that terrible situation. ried by wire to a girl in Paris. equipped moonshine still was-founto see that he doesn't forget it." tion of the population that is afEvening Post. in a cave in Jackson county A long time ago three men The judge who married them flicted with indigestion, or conThe Senate Finance Committee the approach to which was only Ahem! stood on a street corner as a went with the groom to the tele- stipation, or both, the figure3 by a vote of 9 to 4 made a favorobtained by crawling through. strikingly beautiful woman pass- graph office, where the court would be staggering. Correct eatable report on the House bonus asked the groom the usual questhole. ed. Her home was in a remote ing in moderation does not pro bill with important several One of the men, with no in- ions, receiving affirmative answ- duce either of these complaints. A personal encounter on tner amendments. The bank loan settlement'among the hills. Visers. TheMudge then sent a cable to harm, made a suggestive tent floor of the Senate was narrowly-averteThe child that is stuffed and feature of the House measure re iting the city, she entered a remark. One of his companions gram to the bride in Paris, in pampered from the time it leaves mains in the bill. establishment and between Senator asked: "Do you photograph childremark seriously.but which he asked the questions of its mother's breast 'will not protook the and Senator Robinsons the marriage cermony. Seven A tobacco merger has been ren?" nothing at the time. , said duce either a normal mind or It grew out of a controversy-ove"Yes madam, was the reply, began to creep hours later the answering cable body. The system cannot prop- formed in New York representLater a rumor the tariff. community, whis was received, and the court de- erly assimilate the loads of stuff ing the Retail Stores Corporation. "that is my specialty." silently over the "What do you charge?" she An optimistic German royaliate pered from lip to lip. It contin clared the two, man and wife that are shoveled into its stom- The capital stock of the merged says the time is coming whers and in time and sent the bride a cable to that ach. Mental deficiency and bodily company will be $157,000,000. asked. ued to dollars a'dozen, madam." everybody will take their hats "Six ailments are the inevitable result. a good and pure woman went to effect. B.Spalding,a prominent "Thank you very much," said off to kaiser. Myb& We may eat ourselves to death Thomas her grave with a cloud hanging ragtime and radio if we prefer. That is purely our farmer and Democrat of Howard-tow- she, "but I'm'airaid I must call he's going to get a job, clerking: 'Between over her head. v comes the toil that pays for both! own affair. Nelson county,- - - is dead. later onj I've- only got eleven.". in a hat store. Don't do it. ways represented a tire value that he felt more than justified in offering his customers. At the $10.90 price he can hardly be blamed for putting it to the front as the value he would most like to be remembered by To him USCO has your tire dollar at a new maximum by reason of its If some men were as much in worthy when they have passed the stills, and then arrested: tie-stil- l love with their wives as they are seller and the handler cf: this way. with themselves, divorces would Just as a child holds fast to the mash. One of these officers- was not be quite so frequent. things about its home and hesi- Will White, the former Vers&Bssi Rain is necessary. But it's tates to enter broader fields of policeman who never let any of: hard to tell that to a bride when life and exploration so does man the whisky trucks get by Verit rainB on her wedding day. love life on his own little earth sailles, and the other was J W - vision made for promotion for the mash could be bought for use in 30x3 USCO $102? thirty-Jiv- e oNoWarTax charged And we all spend too much time wondering how the other fellow got his and not enough in going out and getting some for ourselves. The minister who used to pause in his sermon whenever a baby cried now has a son who manages to make him- self heard above the honk-hon- k of auto horns. Men are now using powder and paint, we are told. But as yet we have not heard of any mab with the temerity to powder his nose in front of a store winold-fashon mea&-shine- rs lie-sourc- e United States Tires mr: left-hande- d. 1a. E. NOE, lbs-propos- ed PROGRAM 1 Bell-Ringe- rs "One-Side- BOHUM1R KRYL AND HIS BAND -- d &i-sm- all pho-to?raghe- r's d Mo-Cumb-er r creep-sprea- d, the-forme- r n, - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS! CHKUTKUQUH, JUNE 13 We are glad to report that our farmers are all through setting ' We are having plenty of rain. tobacco and we never had such a crop, set in the history of the "Mr. and Mrs. Clay Kinnaird, western part of old Adair county. of Red Lick, were in our midst A larger part of the weed has last Sunday. been worked and is taking a nice Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker start to grow. We see no reason spent Saturday night and Sun- why we should not have the best day with relatives at Nell. crop ever grown in this section in Messrs Fisher & McGiven, quality and quantity. Our wheat men of Louisville, crop is over an average and the Hardware &were calling on our merchants the farmers will save it all during Gradyvllle. QAr -- tab week. Messrs. Lewis, of Columbia, were here a few days ago looking after produce. Paul Bridgewater, of Greens-burpassed through here last Friday with 100 lambs that he had bought in the Breeding and Sparksville section. bought a nice , L. B. Cain bunch of lambs here last Monday g, at 12c per lb. Mrs. Wisdom, of Metcalf Co,, 13 spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. J, W. Rayburn. Mesdames W. C. Hill and Genie Nell are spending this week with their- - relatives and triends at Edmonton. n Mr. John Pickett, the insurance man of in company with his family, spent several days of last week with their parents, W. S. Pickett and family near . well-know- Camp-.bellsvill- e, Rev. J. W. Rayburn is taking a special course at Russellville, at this time. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Moss and sons visited their relatives at Columbia last Friday night. Miss Ruth Hill left for Russellville, the first of the week, where she will spend several weeks visiting her brothers and other relatives. t Messrs. Robert Reed and H. A. Walker of Columbia, were in our midst the first of the week in the interest of our farmers - stores, two churches; two schools one graded school and a high school and has three grain elevators and two blacksmith shops. I have been to church once since I have been here and there was a large crowd out and most of the people seemed very kind As news is and hospitable. scarce I will close saying we have had some real cool weather which ran the thermometer down to 46 degrees after sunrise. With best the week if the weather will per- wishes to the News and its many mit. The oats and meadow grass readers. were never better in fact everyOtis Rose. thing looks good. We see no Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. eason why there should not be plenty of money in circulation in June 6th, 1922. near future with such a bright Editor News: prospect ahead of us. It has been about a year now Co burg. since I have received the "News" regularly, as I left Oklahoma, where I had Miss Mayme Davis spent last Sunday with Misses Mollie and made my home nearly, thirteen years, in June of last year, and Rulh Morris. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Whitney of a consequence have missed and two children and Mrs. Nan- mo3t of what has happened in nie Biggs were at Mr and Mrs Adair- - You will please give me credit for the enclosed and for Billie Sstubbs last Sunday. Miss Ruth Morr s spent from ward the paper to my address Monday until Wednesday of last here. I used to "blow up" Bartles-vill- e week with Miss Fannie Biggs. when I had occasion to pen Several from this place attenda few lines to the "News" but ed Decoration at Mt. Zion last that town got an almost fatal Tuesday stroke of "Normalcy" and I came Miss Eva Morris spent last here taking no thought bf the Sunday with her parents of this fact that no city or- community place. had blood sprinkled on its doors Miss Lettie Christie was the against the plague. Suest of Miss Carrie Johnson for 1 suppose the reader will conBar-tlesville, W INSURE MITH MEN MHO KNOW Some One has to Pay When valuable property is damaged by an automobile, some one has to make good the loss. Naturally the owner of the car is looked to for complete payment of the bills that are contracted in the process of replacement. Insurance cares for the settlement of such c'aims. Bad Smashes Will Occur. Even the most careful drivers are liable to suffer the bad smashes that damage property and play r I1 T I tiwii i IK havoc with the other man's car. A slippery road, a child stepping in front of the machine, someone else's carelessness. These and other unexpected dangers are to blame for many a serious accident. 4 .4 - 35": i I? Make a Memo Now to Telephone 49. -- the weekend. Mrs. W. G, Whitney spent last blowing yet when I touch up Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Oklahoma City a little; Ten Chas. Morris. years ago when they movecl the Mrs. George Romine, sister of capital here from Guthrii they Mrs. B. H. Hescamp, this place, built the State house '"way out clude that I am not cured of Reed Brothers INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Phone 49. ONLY RELIABLE Columbia, Kentucky. INSURANCE CKN BE OBTAINED HERE. - in the country" on" 23rd "Street. I now live on 25th, three blocks West of the capitol and it is pretty well built up out to 30th and a little further West to 40th and Miss Ethel Farris spent last 50th and reaches nut in every dipooling their tobacco. We take week with her .brother, Mr. J.JP. rection almost as far. Over a million in building permits was it that our farmers will take the Farris. proper view of this matter, and Miss Mollie Morris spent Satur-da- y the report for May. v While it is imiles to any Oil Wells, will look to their own interest, night and Sunday with Miss several this city is really in the center and will at once go into the or- Minnie Bault, of Jerico. oil fields, of the ganization. The party given by Mr. and beginning in Butler Co., Kansas n Mr. W. B. Hill, the Mrs. P. V. Sullivan was well atreaching nearly to the Gulf man, in the past, of be- tended and all reported a nice and in Texas. ing the chief salesman in this time. The park system is a feature section for Pratt's stock food, of this city. Jefferson Park is Illinois. but of late with the Hill Motor one of the most beautiful in the Co.. of Russellville, was in our city and is only half a block from Weston, 111. midst the first of the week, and Editor News: our. place. Wheeler park has a reports their business good. Mr. Please allow me a space in "Zoo" that almost rivals Karl Hill is looking fine. your paper for a few lines. I Hogenbeck. The greatest drawW. S. Baker and family landed here May 26, and am at Mr. back to the enjoyment of the spent last Saturday night and work on the farm. There are park now is the "skeeters" as Sunday visiting relatives and plenty of farmers wanting farm this has been an unusally wet friends at Red Lick. hands and most of them are be year. So far nearly 24 inches of Sparks and W.ooten, mnd witn tneir wont due to so rain has fallen here since March. Messrs. who have been in the blacksmith much rainfall. Oats' are looking Also so far we have had no real months fine but will not be ready to har- warm weather which 4s very business here for several having a fine bnsiness have dis- vest for some time yet. here for the first week of solved partnership by mutual I am expecting to go to Kansas June. Mr. Sparks will retire in a short time as harvesting will consent. M. F. Dudley. and Mr. Wooten will continue the be in full blast. Former Govenor Samuel business at the same bid stand. I see quite a lot of Kentuckians of Massachusetts, may run They both thank the public for here but none that I ever knew, the liberal patronage they receiv- although most of them seem against Senator Lodge for the ed. proud Co see me because I am Republican nomination for Senator in that State. An ancient It has just been brought to from Kentucky. light that Strong Hill, "one of our I will tell you a little about grudge exists between the two, well known citizens, is the chief Weston. It is a small burg on and the Lodge partisans claim owner of a thoroughbred race the T. P. & W. R. R.(which some that Mr. McCall knows he cannot horse. This fine animal will be say stands for tobacco, peanuts be nominated and if he does beon exhibition and on the race and whisky). It is said to be in come a candidate will only do ao frafV at the Columbia Fair. She the heart of the corn belt and is to weaken Mr. Lodge's chances is now in the hands of Mr. Allen about 30 miles north of Bloom-ingto- of success after he is nominated. Nancy Hanka at her Conover. the county seat of Mc- Mr. Lodge has the organization nothing to compare bet was Lean county." Weitonhis four with him, and will, no doubt, be with this one. mid-continent had the misfortune of getting her arm broken last week. Miss Carrie Johnson was the guest of Miss Ruth Morris Friday night. well-know- nominated. But he seems considerably alarmed over his promore November, spects in alarmed than those outside of the state would have deemed necessary in view-o- the enormous Republican plurality in Massachusetts at the last- Presidential election. Louisville Post:. f - r. ' Every one who intends .to visit the Chautauqua during, the" week, opening next Sunday, should" buy a season BHHHJ" " Xb I BMhMIMBlB'!fc!h3jJ ticket. Golden Bardin, who shot and killed John Henry Sneed last Friday, will .be given an examining trial next , Thursday. uu-usu- al J Mc-Cal- l, -- n, - i v- - ""iVi Here is a story published in an exchange which shows how greatly the people of a community in Kansas appreciated their editor: In appreciation of the work of a Kansas editor for their community a bunch of citizens recently presentnd him with a bouquet. On the same occasion a quartet from a local church sang a few sweet songs and a minister made a little talk. After the ministers talk six husky men carried the popular editor from the house placed him tenderly in a model 1921 plumed sedan, and the whole town formed a parade behind the editor's expensive car. After the parade the appreciative crowd returned to their homes serene in the thought of having provided one bright day in the life of their local news purveyor, even if they did not wait until he wm dead to do it Here it is. The reddest, fastest baby you ever saw on four wheels. And it's on the job every day and every hour of the day. Watch for it. It carries Cream Separators, binder twine and seasonable goodsit is a farm service supply station on rubber tires. are too busy to come to town, use your telephone. We will deliver the goods on the first trip out your way. If you What do you need? McCormick-Deerin- g is in the Lme, we have it If it L. R. CHELF KNIFLEY. KY. McCormick-Deerin- g v Line J Advertise in The News if you wish to sell or buy. " JOX