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Rule, after a long: illness, died at her late home, Garlin, this county, a victim of cancer of the stomach Her remains were conveyed to Tabernacle church, on Green river, and there interred after a funeral discourse by Eld. Luther Young:, oi the Christian Church, the deceased having- been a member a of that organization for many years. Mrs. Rule was known for her religious walk through life, and especial kind, loved by all the neighborhood in which she died. She leaves a husband, two daughters 'and one son, Mrs. S. C. Neat, of this place, being one of the number. Many attended the funeral and her grave was bedecked with beautiful . Death of a Bright Bay. We desire to extend our condolence to .Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Dohoney, of Lebanon, who lost a beloved son on Saturday, the 22nd of July. He was familiarly called "Jack,and was fourteen years old, said to be one of the most popular boys in - Meeting Closes. Fearful Wreck. s Division of Land. To The Democrats Of iThe Third The meeting which started at the Late last Thursday afternoon a fear- , The land owned by the late W. P. Presbyterian church a week ago, clos- ful wreck occurred just beyond the Dunbar is now being divided by the Appellate District. following Commissioners appointed ed Sunday night. Dr. Charles W. toll gate at the Green river bridge. Permit me at the close of the Mr. Homer George, his wife and by the Adair county Circuit court: Welch, of Louisville, who did the campaign for the Appellate Judge- preaching, was very much liked, not three children and Mrs. John A. H. Ballard, J. P. Coffey and L. B. ship nomination to say that I have only by the Presbyterians, but by all all of Louisville, were in a car Hurt. There are 769 acres all told, served as County Judge of Hart denominations He is a strong Bibi-c- and en route to Jamestown. In com 300 acres bottom land, and altogether scholar and full of the spirit of ing around the curve, just beyond the it is the most valuable body of land his home town. His going away County, and as Commonwealth's the car upset, throwing the in Adair county. It lies on Green rivbrought untold sorrow to his parents, Attorney of the Tenth Judicial God. Dr. Welch was known by repoccupants out, and almost demolish- er. This case got into court last and to all his associates. He died in District, and am now serving my utation before he came to Columbia and his admirers thronged the church, ing the automobile. Mrs. George year, some of the heirs suing for a a Lebanon infirmary where he had second term as Judge of that dis- especially at the evening services. was so badly hurt that she had to be settlement They gained their acbeen operated on for appendicitis. trict, which is the largest in the His day service started at 7 a. m., and left at a farm house; the rest of the tion and the case went to the Court of He is survived by his parents and two weeks of court even at that early hour, good congre- party came to Columbia Mr. Appeals and it was reversed with the sisters, Mrs. Paul Wittaker, of Akron, State, having four George's head was badly cut in sever- mandate that the land be divided scheduled for every month in the gations were out .The necessity for Ohio, and Miss Nan Dohoney, of year. Further, during this year Dr. Welch to be in Louisville was the al places, and one of Mrs. Joshman's and a settlement made In obediarms was brooken. All the others ence to the mandate, Judge Carter The father of the deceased was every court in that district has cause of the meeting closing when it were more or less hurt. They are all appointed the above named commisborn and reared near Columbia, and been regularly held, all the dock- did. sioners to make the d i v i s i on There was one addition from anoth- natives of Russell county. s the first several years of not a case er congregation and two children ets are now clear, and and it is now at work. It will take married life were spent in Tobacco Pooling Campaign Under nor a motion has been continued were baptized into the church. some days to run the surveys' and .this community. There is a large Way in Adair County. make the calculations. There are 8 In circle of relatives in Adair county. , on account ot my candidacy. flowers Died in Texas. heirs, but the land will be divided by during"this year, I addition to this, For &ale. Mr. E. M. Mansfield' of the Burley four, four having sold their interest. Wanted. have assisted other Judges by J. A. Leftwich died July 13, after Tobacco Grower's Asso Just received a lot of High Grade holding four terms of Court out- lingering for almost 18 months. The One hundred fifty acres of timber ciation was in Adair county last Buggies a low prices, See A good work horse. at subject of this sketch was born in week and with the local committee and land, mote or less, 9 miles East of side the district. Farmers Milling Co., S. F. Eubank. My friends think these varied Adair Co., 'in 1850, a son of S. E., and held meetings at Milltown, Pickett, Edmonton, will be sold in Edmonton, Columbia, Ky. making him 70 Gradyville, Weed, Breeding, Toria, Ky., August 21st. Hickory, oak, pop experiences would help one in the Nancy Leftwich, There will be a barbecue at lar and ash Any one wishing to buy discharge of the duties of the Ap- years and 7 months old at the time of Sparksville and Cane Valley, at Hurt in a Wreck. in tfoe interest of the his death. He leaves a wife and 4 which about 160 contracts were signsame, See pellate Judgeship. While my du children, 3 daughters and one son, 3 plan on Saturday, August 12 ed. J. R. Froedge, Breeding, Last Sunday the colored people had ties in Court have prevented me brothers and two sisters and 8 grandAll the counties adjoining Taylor and Mr. Mansfield is hig'hly pleased with a large gathering W. T. Froedge, Glasgow. on the pike, near from making a close canvass, I children., Many relatives and friends the result of these meetings, and the near by counties are inyited. Columbia, and many of that race, This meeting will be addressed by trust my course meets with your will read this With sadness. He was a makes the prediction that within the from all sections, were here. Congressman J. Campbell Cantrill Are We Getting Worse. approbation, and feel that you will kind and loving husband and father. next two or three weeks at least 90 A car loaded with five women and H. Thurman and the officers He numbered his friends by his ac per cent of the crop of the county Judge I. give my claims proper considera men, who were from Taylor county, of both the Burley and Dark Are the people of this community tion. I submit my candidacy to quaintances. We miss his presence, will be pledged to the Association. were en route, coming at a rapid gait. but griBve not as those that have no The Co Operative Association is the losing interest in Church affairs? coming down the Cheatham bridge your wisdom and judgment. hope, for he was fully prepared to greatest movement evor inaugurated In Last week a very noted divine preachhill the driver lost control of the car Tobacco Meeting. Truly, meet his Savior. We saw him suffer for the benefit of the tobacco growers ed two sermons a day, and every disJosh-man, al toll-gat- e, Rus-sellvill- e. Mrs..;Do-honey'- 41-- 2t Camp-bellsvil- le 41-3- t and it upset. A girl was badly hurt, from day to day for almost 18 months and every farmer in Adair county and at first it was thought that her At Absher, August 4. at 9;30 a. m., He bore his affliction with patience. who is now growing or expects to adv. back was broken. She was conveyed Holmes, same day at 1 o'clock. Our number is one less in this old grow tobacco should sign a contract to the colored settlement, near town, Carmel, same day at 4 p. m. Good Farm for Sale. world, buG we know we will meet in a at the very earliest date possible so and later was driven to Campbellsville. Saturday Aug. 5., at Glensfork at 2 better world than this, where there that work may be started on the re pm Vole Tor Hobson L. James. I have decided to s,ell my farm. It will be po sadness, sorrow, sickness ceiving house at Columbia. At the meetings the tobacco contains 105 acres. It is in a good nor death enter there plan will- be explained, and the Considerably Hurt. A sister. state of cultivation and a well producLast year Judge McCandless wanted growers will be shown the prices reing farm. On it is a good dwelling, a Circuit Judgeship. He was nomStruck By Lightning. ceived by the Association for the 1921 Mrs. W. W. Jones accidentally fell aH necessary outbuildings, and a good inated and elected for a term of six crop. Every farmer should attend Last Friday afternoon while a wind at her residence last barn. It Is in a splendid neighboryears. Now he is not satisfied, and i3 these meetings to churches and and thunder storm was raging, a tree aftenoon and was badly hurt, the asking hood, convenient the Democrats to give him an in front of the Presbyterian church extent of the injury having not been school. r Died in Green County. Appellate Judgeship. He would then was struct; by a noit or lightning. determined as we write this notice. Albert Johnson, resign and permit Gov. Morrow to apElectric wires were on the tree and The physicians think that one of her Glensfork, Ky. point a Republican to succeed hip. as Mrs. Bettfe Coffey, who was the from the tree the wires conveyed the shoulder blades is broken. This will 39-Circuit Judge. Do you favor this? grandmother of Wallace Coffey and bolt into the vestibule of the church, be determined by an If not, you should support H. L. Mrs Otis Stults, this place, died at and a hole about two and a half foot Dr. Welch Marries a Couple. which will be made this Monday James for Appellate Judge. the age of 81 years, near Rollingburg, square was cut in the ceiling. All the afternoon. At present she is resting f Green county, a few days ago. Her electric wires were knocked down very well. Last Wednesday afternoon maiden name was Eubank, and when Several residents were also deprived Next Saturday will be the primary F. Ross and Miss Pauline Rake-straa young woman she resided in ColumOwn Home Product Oil. of lights during the nght. There election The. Democrats will choose of Creelsboro, drove up to the bia, and it was in this town that she between James and McCandless, canFor Sale. Wilson Hotel, and in was no preaching at the church Friwas married. The late John and R. day night, but every thing was put in didates for Judge of the Court of ApWe respectfully solicit your patrona few minutes their mission was made C Eubank were her brothers. She get married They shape for Satnrday night, and the age. By patronizing us you are pat- peals and the Republicans will vote If you wish to go in the goods busi- known here to was a fine old lady and will'be greatly ronizing a home concern and without for either Kincaid or Hubbard, who ness, I have a nice, clean stock of asked for a Presbyterian minister, meeting proceded. missed from the neighborhood where your help, we cannot hope to exist. are seeking the nomination for Congoods, well bought and will sell at one authorized to perform the rites much of her life was spent. Bail Game. Our gasoline has the punch you need gress The Democratic candidate for bargain. Good location. See me at Dr Chas. Welch, of Louisville, who is for your car, with more milage per Congress will not be voted for in the delivering a series of sermons here, once. ;For Sale. Sow and eight pigs.v t The-locOutlaws easily, defeated gallon. Our lamp oil does not have primary, as be has no opposition, and was called, and in a solemn and imE. L. Sinclair. C. W. Young, Joppa, Ky. f 41-pressive manner, performed the cere- theBurkesville team last Thursday the objectionable odor so often com- has been declared by the committee mony in the presence of several wit- afternoon, the score being 14 to 5 plained about in Kerosene. We have the nominee. Hon. Lilburn Phelps, Sudden Death. Notice to nesses. The groom is a son of Mr. W. Burkesville has a splendid team and to burn oil ourselves for lights, conse- Republican has been declared by his H. Ross, well known in Columbia, it was a surprise that the contest was quently we have your Interest s riijht party its candidate for Judge of th Mr. Logan Wilson, who had been a and the bride a daughter of Mr. W. not closer. We asked one of the visit- in our own home. We have high Court of Appeals. The time for filing your claim for n lumber ing team what was the matter. He grade gas-oi- l for fuel, oil engines and compensation will expire Aug 9th. I prominent business man at Russell F Rakestraw, a Mr. J. F. Neat will soon be a farmer. said "our boys went to pieces, and tractors. Road oil for your streets to have all the necessary blanks for filing Springs for a number of years, died dealer, who formerly lived at He has purchased 90 acres of land could not put up their usual fight " keep the dust down this summer. claims Bring your discharge to Le- suddenly last Wednesday night about from Mr. T. P. Dunbar, off the latter's In a short time after the ceremony The Outlaws will go to Burkesville Fuel oil for your steam boiler, that is farm. It lies to the right of the Rus gion Hall the.rirst Monday in August 10 o'clock. He had been complaining about die middle of August. for some time, but about 5 o'clock in the couple left for Creelsboro. cheaper to burn than wood. We if you desire to file your claim. sell Springs road. The price has not would be pleased to quote you prices the afternoon he complained of not Albert Bryant, been given. Mr. Neat will build a Died Near Romine. The Meeting. on any of the above products, and Commander, Adair Post No. 99 Amer- feeling well, took his bed and died at residence. the hour named above. with our fair policy of satisfaction or ican Legion. Mr. Sherrod Atkinson, who lived your money back guarantee we are In a personal letter from Mr. C. S. He was about seventy eight jears Dr. Charles Vv. Welch, who is near Romine, died Saturday afternoon making friends rapidly. THE HOME Harris, West Point, Miss., he states Mrs. Adaline Gilpin, who lived but old and was the father of P L Wil preaGhlng stroug, soulstirring sermons that he might drop into Column; a short distance from Craycraf t and son, who is known to many local at the Presbyterian church, was call- of last week. He was about 85 years CONCERN. about tha 22nd of August and watCit near Mt. Pleasant Church, died re- people, but who at this time is in ed to Louisville, to preach a funeral, old Mrs. Sallie Griffin is a sister, The Carnahan Oil & Refining Co , the fillies for a few days. business in Texas He left two other the latter part of last week. The pas- and Robert and Tom Faulkner were cently. She was 86 years old. Creelsboro, Ky. his uephews. The deceased sister, sons who are merchants at the tor, Rev. Arthur Gross, continued the If you have a'choice between James C. J. Davidson, A son, about eirfht years old, of W. Springs. The deceased was highly meeting, Dr. Welch returning Satur Mrs Sallie Griffin, met with a stroke Manager. and McCandless, Democratic candiGeneral prlDgs, fell respected and his death was a serious day nighb and was again in the pulpit of paralysis a few days ago. She Is 88 C. Combest, Russell 38 tf dates for Judge of the Court of Apfrom a fence,1 last Tuesday, breaking stroke to the community. meeting is growing in years old, and was in a critical condiSunday. The peals, express your preference next his right arm. Attention is called to the advertise interest and will continue for several tion last Wednesday. Saturday at the polls. Training To Dog Owners. ment of the Lindsey-Wilso- n days and nights in this week. Dr. Sent for Life. W. E. Leach, who lives in Russell School published elsewhere in this Mr. J. N. Fletcher and family have Welch is exceedingly interesting, all county, just over Che Adair line, depaper. removed from Toria, this county, to You are not paying any attention to denominations atttending. This re livered to Curt Yarberry, last Wed the warning in regard to your dogs vival will evidently accomplish much McGregor, Texas. In his removal OtisPhares was convicted in the County Judge Jeffries has complet- Adair county loses a good citizen. nesday, 17 shoats, 7 months old, at Now positively this is your last warn good, and our people are glad that the Cumberland circuit court last week ed a concrete bridge, four ' miles out 9 90 cents per hundred. The bunch ing. You either must tie, cdnfine or speaker found time to spend a few for murder. The jury, gave him a Remember that nest Saturday will on the Campbellsville pike. It js at weighed 3,002 pounds. muzzle' your dog, or I will have them days in Columbia. thatvall-Democratlife sentence, and we understand that the crossing where Dr. B. F. Taylor be the primary. It is urged killed. the accused was perfectly satisfied in Adair county vote. some years ago, by his car I have a car load of Utlca Lime for Id begiM to look like the laying .of with the verdict. It was generally was killed, C. . Jeffries, over. We cemmond Judge sale and also a carload of salt. A carload of stone jara juafc receiv-brick Tor the new Columbia banking believed that he would go to the elec- turning Judge ot Adair County Court. rJeffries for ordering this concrete ed at Sam Lewis. . v" Boon. When every tive chair. house Barger Bros., bridge built, as It waa very much on the same thing is ready a sufficient crew of 426 The Liberty Fair starts Davis Hardware Companjf-- ' needed,.maklng the crowing at this Pojch Swiiilral ' rlat4 is the Columbia Fair. We are hands will Be put on the job to comonbt'Sahfto" vote In the primary point safe. conflict, sorry that the exhibitions PohMey& DsboKey. plete It in a short time. V - course he delivered was of unusual interest and full of the spirit of God; and the church building should have been crowded at each meeting. Was it? No. It was not because those who failed to attend could not be entertained. The speaker was Dr. Chas W. Welch, of Louisville, a man whose reputation for ability and godliness extends not only over Kentucky, but in many other States. It is a shame that bo little attention is paid to spiritual affairs by so many people of Columbia. In our judgment business should not keep a person out of the house of God In fact, we believe that business would be much better than it is if we would all take the straight and narrow path and stay in it going to Church upon all occa sions. D. A. McCandless. Friday tf 33-t- Mr:-Joh- n al 3t 39--t- Ex-Soldi- well-know- Camp-bellsvill- e. s G-- wiU-atar- b v I- -- 40-2- 6 next Saturday. . - 1 aW ADAIR CQtfNTY NEWS IAN ASKS AND rPil' ttD mm NPASKSWOD 'sjtil . 'M a SY- ci ri ANSWERS QUESTIONS ON THE SECOND HELL My ANSWERS QUESTIONS ON SPIRITISM AND OCCULTISM The Laymen's Home Missionary Movement, 1327 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. What symbolic term does the Book f Revelation use for the second Hell? Rev. 19: 20: The beast and the false prophet were cast alive Into a lake of fire. Rev. 20: 10, 14: The devil . . and death and Hades were east Into the lake of fire. What is the Lake of Fire? Rev. 21: 8: The lake which burnetii yrlth fire and brimstone is the second death. Rev. 20: 14, 35 (Amer. Rev. Ver.) : This is the second death, even the lake " fire. And whosoever was not found written in the book of lfe was cast into the lake of fire. Home Missionary Movement, 1327 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 1 By The Laymen's Why We Handle 6, -- What do the clear passages teach la the fate of all cast into the lake of Are? How have the fallen angels, in spir. itism and occultism, impersonated the dead? (1) In Spiritism, 1 Sam. 28: 7, 19: Saul said unto his servants, Seek me a woman that hath a fuuill'ar spirit. His servants said to him, Behold, there is a woman that hath a Then said familiar spirit at the woman, Whom shall I bring up unto thee? And he said, Bring me up Samuel. 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Crown Gasoline is made right here in Kentucky by the Standard Oil Company, incorporated in Kentucky, from whose great modern refinery at Louisville, Ky., we get direct the pure, fresh, unadulterated product that's acknowledged the best by every test for your motor vcoA pocketbook. Deal with us and play safe. I I (1) Of the devil, Heb. 2: 14: That through death He might destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil. (2) Of the beast, 2 Thess. 2: 8: Then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord . . . shall destroy with the brightness of His coming. (3) Of the false prophet, Is. 8: 9, 10, 12: Associate yourselves, O ye people, and ye shall be broken in pieces. Take counsel together, and it shall come to nought. Say ye not, a Confederacy, to all to whom this people shall say, a Confederacy. (4) Of death, 1 Cor. 15: 26: The last enemy that shall be destroyed Is , death. (5) Of the first hell, Hos. 13: 14: I will ransom them from the power of Sheol; I will redeem them from O Death, I will be thy Death. plagues. O, Sheol, I will be thy destruction ! (6) Of incorrigible sinners, Ps. 9: 5; Thou hast destroyed the wicked. Ps. 37: 38: The transgressors shall be destroyed together. Ps. 145: 20: The Lord preserveth all them that love Him; but all the wicked will He destroy. Phil. 3: 19: Whose end Is destruction. 2 Thess. 1: 9: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruc-.tio2 Pet 2: 1: They bring upon themselves swift destruction. Matt. 10: 28: Fear Him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell. Acts 3: 23: And it shall come to pass that every soul which will not hear the Prophet shall be destroyed. n. the king said unto her . . . What sawest thou? And the woman said unto Saul, I saw an old man . . . covered with a mantle. And Saul perceived concluded that it was Samuel. And the srepresentation of Samuel said to Saul. Why hast thou disquieted me, to bring me up? And Saul answered, I am sore distressed; . . . and God is departed from me, and me no more. Then said t answer eth the representation of Samuel the Lord will also deliver Israel with thee into the hand of the Philistines; ,and tomorrow shalt thou and thy sons be with me. (2) In Occultism, Acts 16: 16: A certain damsel possessed with a spirit of divination . . . brought her masters much gain by soothsaying. How do we know that the fallen angels impersonated Samuel? (1) God and His servants would have nothing to do with Saul. 1 Sam. 28: 6: The Lord answered him not, neither by dreams, nor by TJrim, nor by prophets. (2) Go had forbidden necromancy alleged talking with the dead hence His servants shunned It, Deut. 18: 10, 11: There shall not be found a necromancer. among you (8) God punished Saul with death for consulting with the demons 1 Chron. through the witch of En-do- r. :! 1 ... According to the primary definition of the Greek words translated and to torment, in Rev. 14: 10, 11, and Rev. 20: 10, how should these tor-men- t, - Heb. 2: 14: That ithrougft death He might destroy ihim that hath the power of death that lis, the devil. 2 Thess. 1:9: Who shall lie punfshed with everlasting destruction. Rom. 6: 23: The wages of sin Isplrltlsm and occultism? 'is death. (1) Avoidance, Deut, 18: 14: For What are some Old Testament these nations which thou shalt possoss that refer to the second Hell? hearkened unto observers of times, and unto dlvlnors; but as for theo, the Ps. 9: 17: The wicked shall be re Lord thy God hath not suffered thee (turned Hebrew, shub, to turn or hell Sheol. Pro v. 15: 24: bo to do, (2) Opposition, Eph. 0: 12: into ,The way of life is above to the wise, Wo wrestle against wicked spirits margin in high places, ,that he may depart from hell Sheol By What means can our resistance ibeneatb. overcome them? Will there ever be a recovery from (1) By tho armor of God, Elph, 0: the destruction of the second Hell? 13; Wherefore take unto you the Job. 7: 9: As the cloud is consumed whole armor of God, that ye may be and vanisheth away, so he that goeth able to withstand n the evil day, (2) ' down to Sheol shall come up no more. The Word of God, Eph, Q 17 And Prov. 29: 1: He that being often re--' tafeo , , , the Sword of the Sprllt, proved hardeneth his neck, shall sud- which is the Wcrd of God, (3) Praydenly be destroyed, and that without er, Matt, 0 13 Lead us not lnto'temp-tatio5but deliver us from evil. remedy. pas-sages re-jtu- rn verses read? Rev. 14: 10, 11: He shall be tested with fire and brimstone. The smoke of their testing ascendeth up forever and ever. Rev. 20: 10: The devil . . . was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone . . . and shall be examined day and night forever and ever. (Compare with Is. 14: Is Jerusalem with its Gehenna out. side its walls a picture of New Jerusalem with its lake of fire outside its walls? Matt. 5: 34, 35: Swear not . . . by Jerusalem, for it is types the City of the great King. Since Gehenna outside of Jerusalem as the tatter's sewage plant destroyed its refuse, what willtfigurative Gehenna the second Hell with its figurative fires outside of New Jerusalem do with its figurative refuse those unworthy of being in New Jerusalem? Rev. 22 : 15 : For without are . . . murderers and idolaters. Matt. 10: 28: Fear Him which is able to destroy both soul and body In hell Gehenna. It is better for thee to enter into the Kingdom of God with one eye than having two eyes to be cast Into hell Gehenna fire, where their worm destruction dieth not, and their fire destruction is not quenched. 6 Since in the parable of Matt. 25: the sheep and the goats are figurative, what should we Infer of the para, bolic fire into which they are cast? Matt. 25: 41, 40: Depart from Me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels; . . . And these shall go away Into jverlastlng punishment; the Greek 5iere rendered everlasting punishment Us kolasin aionion, which means cutting off. The contrast in the next clause ' suggests an everlast-to- g cutting off from life, that is ever15-20- for Saul died 10: 13: asking counsel of one that had a familiar spirit, to inquire of it. (4) God would not permit one under His death sentence to disturb the death-sleeof faithful Samuel. Ex. 22: 18: Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. How do we know that a fallen angel in occultism impersonated Python7 (1) In the Greek of Acts 16: 16 the damsel is said to have been possessed by the spirit of Python: A certain damsel possessed with the spirit of Python margin met us. (2) St. Paul cast out a fallen angel from her, Acts 16: IS: Paul . . . said to the spirit . . . Come out of her. And he came out the same So p .... , - .) hour. How must we Scripturally consider spiritism and occultism with all their methods, like trances, visions, mental 31-4- materializa. telepathy, and tlppings, setions, ances, planchettes, ouija boards, messages by card shuffling and writing, opening the Bible at random for answers to questions, etc., etc.? (1) As methods through which devils not dead people operate. Deut. 32: 17: They sacrificed unto devils, not to God ; to gods whom .they know not, 2 Kings 21: 1, 3, 6: Manasseh did that which was evil in the sight of the Lord, after the abomhe inations of the heathen . . . worshipped all the host of heaven, and dealt with familiar spirits. (2) As heathen abominations, Deut. : Thou shalt not learn to do af18 : ter the abominations of those nations ; . . . consulter with familiar spirits, or a necromancer ; for all that do these things are an abomination unto the Lord; and because of these abominations the Lord, thy God doth drive the heathen out from before thee. (3) As polluting practices, Lev. 19: 31 : Regard not them that have f amll-'la- r to be defiled by spirits psyco-therapy, table-rappin- g Ir Crown Gasoline and Polarine Dealers in Columbia and Vicinity Columbia, Ky: ... 2 ... Co. Columbia Auto Co, Mvers & Fulks W E. Noe- Cane Valley, Ky: J. M. Callison. Buchanan-Lyon them. ... ever-Hasti- ng lasting death. enjoined What are the Scriptur-ll- y punishments of their devotees? Lev. 20: 27: A man also or woman khat hath a familiar spirit . . . shall surely be put to death. 1 Chron. for ask10: 13: So Saul died ing counsel of one that had a familiar spirit, to Inquire of It. Mai. 3:5:1 will be a swift witness against the sorcerers . . . salth the Lord of hosts. Rev. 21: 8: Sorcerers . . . shall have their part In the lake which .burnetii with fire and brimstone, which is the second death. What should be our attitude toward ... Sheriff's Limited to $5,000. Rodes and T. C. Bradley, for- mer sheriffs of Fayette county. All fees in excess of $5,000 and the salary of necessary deputies, Sheriffs of Kentucky must be turned into the county treasuries and go to the payment of the cost of county government, the Court of Appeals decided Friday. The question was decided in an opinion written by Judge Moorman and concurred inty the whole court, reversing the action of the Payette Circuit Court which had held that Paul E. Shipp could not bring suit against J.' Waller collected by 1 1 ? nj The opinion affects many counties throughout the State in which sheriffs have been receiving more than $5,000 a year in salary from fees. Officials say it will save the State and counties many thousands of dollars annually. The case was the outgrowth of agitation for saving money to the State and counties and is backed by the State. During the last legislature an effort was made to pass a bill introduced by James Park, of . ties for failure to observe the section of the constitution that limits all salaries except that of the Governor to $5,000. The bill passed the House but did not pass the Senate. 'The Court of Appeals, in its opinion, held that all excess fees must go into the county treasury. It expreesly stated that it was not deciding, in this case, whether or not the State could recover from the county its pro rata of fees paid the sheriffs in ex -- Madison county, limiting salaries cess of 5,000 and expenses. by statute and providing penalThe county fiscal courts are charged by the court with the enforcement of the constitutional provision, in its opinion. It says that the sheriffs are required to make returns to the fiscal court and that through these an exact accounting for his office can be obtained. Through the law requiring that the county courts approve the appointment of deputies the salaries and number of deputies can be regulated, the court said. The News SI.50 in KY, i - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- 5 DEHLER BROTHERS 116 Egsl Market Street l CO. Telephone Main 2167 LOUISVILLE, KY. Woodson Lewis & Son GREENSBURG, - Roofing, Fencing, Hard- KENTUCKY. ware, Contractors Supplies, Asohalt, Shihgles. BBBBEm&BQBBBflXflflBflBflBBflflBflfl Means of Transportation are a Necessity To him who gets his work done with the Strictest Economy, both as to Time and ey, is the Yictory PROFIT. We Now Mon- - ' Colds JR tt, 6c Headache Black-Draug- ht offer CHEVROLET 490 $525 f. o. b. Flint High Grade Standard Automobile Tires. Kelly Springfield and Miller, Geared g , 5 0 S J B O U'- "For years we have used in our family, JJ and I have never found any medicine that could take its Q place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville,Tenn. 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Mowing m Jj D D Q 2 We have Just Received a Large Assortment in a wide range of Colors and Shades 28 to 35c per yard. i STRKM 7VmTTING 0 never without it" fir At all druggists. h Accept No Imitations J. 81 Our late shipment of Ladies' and Misses Pumps and Oxfords are now arriving and we have the Very Newest Styles to offer at all times at the Lowest Prices. L.75DIS' SHOES KND OXFORDS ENS OXFORDS BDBBDDOBDDaaBIDDaaDaOHDDDOB notice of Chapman Dohoney, a former schoolmate; but I have lost sight of many I once knew. Editor News: As it is always pleasant to re- Where are Jim and Phiilip Voils, ceive tidings from land of my John and George Morrison, Bob birth through medium of your Morrison, e c? I had pleasure estimable journal, I use this of meeting Arthur Morrison; method of conferring with what and was in Kentucky while Dr. few ate left with my old friends William Voils and Dr. James and school mates. Taking a Gadberry were living; but faiied retrospect of the past, most of to meet either. I learned, while county, Misthe people I left in Adair Co.-- , teaching in Ky., in 1882, have joined the souri; from your veracious mepale, silent hosts, "Beyond the dium of information; that Dr. sunset's radiant glow," or have Gadberry corded up 92 mile moved to other climes. Jesse posts, while Dr. Voils was untimely White has been called to his re snatched away at the ward among the last to take pas- age of 106. I liked both these sage to that undiscovered coun- old men, and remember many of try: and those I left in the bud- the quaint sayings of each. I visited Joe Gadberry on my last ding of youth and roseate-hue- d promise; have the signs of death visit to Kentucky and found him and decay, but I pictured them in prosperous circumstances. In ruminating on the past, my mind and smooth-faceas bright-eye- d with alert step and buoyant revert to Monterey, and Sue Mol-li- e hopes for the future. But when Hurt, Ella, Ada, Kate and Garnett; Belle, Corinna, Sid I went back, after being gone 22 years, I found bleached hair Loren and Etta Snow, Allen, Billy Pile; where I left raven locks and Ben, Lola, Minnie and tresses, and instead of elastic William, Vergil, Araminta, Matsteps halt, mincing walk and tie and Nannie Conover; "Long other tokens of adyancing age. Bob," Mary, Sallieu Eliza and together with Among others whose memory John Conover, Conover, I cherish in affectionate regard, their brother. William has was late lamented A. I. Hurt, all my schoolmates. Death soon all who died of cancer of mouth and thinned the ranks, and tongue in the State of Indiana. will be gathered into the realms Of course I He was one 4)f nature's noble- of the pale nations. columns about men, and like the greater part could fill several neighbors in that of that cult, never was a finan- my former Commonwealth. cial success. But man's heroes grand, martial of are not God's heroes: as is ex- - Among nature's noblemen G. M. Tay- emplified by the parable of Dives olden days, were: or. S. P. Taylor, C. B. Taylor, and Lazarus. Pile, J. N. I see that Kentucky was ahead U. L. Taylor, Oscar M. John in the oldest inhabitant, like she Snow, Y. E. Hurt, J. L. C. Hurt, is in everything else except good son, J R. Johnson, Dohoney, Joe Frankum, roads and other evidences of ma- W. R. White, and terial progress. "But with all J. C. White, T. E. scores of other sterling citizens. her faults I love her still." Reverting to people I knew in No better neighborhood could be of Old the past, Judge Rollin Hurt IB found than the environs waa prominent before the people, Tabor. Judge R. T. Garnett his and I see personal mention of L, a boat within himself; and William B.' Hurt? H. B. Garnett,1 John brothers, Judge Jimmie, Dohoaiy; and noted the obituary Robert, etc.," were certainly use Shelby. N. C. 0a-rol- l d; We have a New and Large Stock of Mens' Oxfords in a Wide Range of Prices. k Voile, Organdies, Ratine, Georgette and Canton Crepe, Crepe and Tissue Ging- hams, Crepe De Chine, Taffeta and Messaline Silks. Ladies Corticelli Silk Hose. Gossard Corsets and Brassieres WOODSON LEWIS & SON GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. jRes. Phose 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A L. H. Office Dr. J. N Murrell Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist s Jones of 1 Special attention g lven Disease Domestic Animals W. B. PATTESOIsT GENERAL INSURANCE International Made-to-Measu- f $ DENTIST at Residence, 114 G mile of town, oc xestown road. re Clothes.I $ Second Floor, leffries Building. .Phone Office.!Front Rooms Jeffries'.BTdg. Columbia. Kv COLUMBIA, - KY. UP STAIRS. W. A- - Coffey 7fZ TTx 7Ts 71s COLUMBIA, KY ATTORNKY-AT-LA- W ts 7f 7I 7TZ TTs 7K s TTv ; 7T 7T 7r 7T 7T 7T7t7r7T7T7v7T7tZ Office Second Floor, Court House, West Side .AdjoiningjCourt Room. Colun hm Barber Shop X j ful and eifted citizens. As toi coronvEBiA. ky. MX the mothers in Israel, none were 7r lYICmICI Jc LOWE better than Sarah E. L. White, A Sauttary Sl.op, when, both Sattsfaction'and Polly Hurt, &BBHEHSI!aBBB&& Matilda Garnett, Gratification are Guaranteed. B' Accept Lizzie Pile, Betsey Snow, and I Give us a Trial and be Convinced. No Substitutes am about to leave out Steve Con- eg over and his wife. The nobility Ml lot H is beof Judge Jimmie Garnett ing perpetuated in Gen. James Garnett; and the gifts of head mu and heart exemplified in Judge V38 :anHa& a asi u t? a Rollin Hurt are the heritage of PencaNo.174 EAGLE"MKAD0 w Sheriff Young E, Hurt, than Purely whom no braver man or upright Vegetable MO'...M adorned the annals citizen ever Made In five grades For Sale at your Dealer of any commonwealth. In my ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAT last article, you mande W. E. EAGLE MIKADO F.9 White read W. P.s White, and E. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK 0. White read F. 0. White. M. L. White.' Great Britain haft settled the InNeyork yesterday three Claims of the United States for The anthracite coal miners ing's suggestion to go to worlc persons diecTfrom sunstroke and its war debt' amounting to have accepted President Hard on the old scale of wages. l ' $12,000,000,!'' four more prostrated." "g n Thedford's I i)K k m mu I6HT E g Liver Medicine BBBBBBBBflflflBB 1 HAff -- fg ' 4' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A fldair Coarvty Nevis GAkNETT FOR GOVERNOR.. the products in wbich he is inter- Published On Tuesdays t Colan6ia., Kentucky- E.MURRELL, Editor '- RS. DAISY HAMLBTT. - -- Mgr A Democratic Newspaper devoted to! tho Interest of tho city of Columbia' and the People el Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered at the Columba' mall matter. Post-ofii- as second TUESDAY AUG1. 1922. SUBSCRIPTION 1PRICE: Kentucky in Out Ide of Kentucky All Subscriptions are due andHPayable in vance 51.50 $2.00 Ad- ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. to announce Judge D. A. McCandless ar candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, Third District, subject t(T the action of the Democraticlparty. We are authorized We are authorized to auuounce that Har-dinount- y, H. L. James, of Elizabethtown, is a Democratic candidate for Appellate Judge in'.this the Third District, sdbiectto the; August pri James Garnett is being boosted ested. "1 am suprised that the Comit-te- e for the Democratic nomination on Finance would, day after for Governor of Kentucky by a number of staunch friends and, day, in the face of the opposition while not personally acquainted throughout the country to the with the gentlemen, from his pending bill, ycome here propos-into increase these rates. I do reputation as an able man he will doubtless make a strong candi- not know where the pressure is coming from or what the in- WL date. Mr. Garnett has had some ex- fluence is but the fact is that perience in affairs of the State there has not been, to my a single amendment offer and has, perhaps, I- ed by the Committee on Finance qualifications to make an able official and will, doubtless, serve to the agricultural schedule prothe people of Kentucky in such a posing to reduce a rate: There way as to honor the position and has not been a single amendment make way for better government of the committee rejected: and I desir honestly believe that if the sena- in our State, a thing-mos- t One of the qualifications i tor from North Dakota had pro able. needed, however, is a desire to posed to make this rate 200 per serve the State of Kentucky, ef- cent ad valorem (on duties) be fect needed legislation, repeal would get a majority in this useless laws.and enforce the good Chamber in favor of it and that laws now on the Statute books it would be adopted. The comand, above all else, forget the of- mittee may come with any rates fice as a stepping stone to high- they see fit and get favorable er political achievement. Such a action on them. man is badly needed and 'such a Coburg. We man will be hard to find. hope the Democrats will find School opened at this place last such a man for the next Guber- Monday with Mrs. E. G. Hard-wicnatorial race. Springfield Sun. as teacher. No doubt but g reccol-lection, mmm mmmmmMmmmmmmm r la? THE the-need- ed lllikin Of I'll &aP & K J? -- ? The 20th Century A A 't l in 1 v- u Rilliken j Shoe JKe. - i w aM r Ladies Comfort i j- k mary. " FOR CONGRESS. she will make an . excellent Do not forget. The primary teacher. will be pulled off next Saturday. Uncle Sherrod Atkinson, an The strike situation does not aged citizen of this place passed m - n,,rrx5v Billi"ken SHOE, THE We are authorized to announce that grow any better. , I u Remember that you will be district, is a candidatelforKre-electiongiven an opportunity to express subject to the action ofithe Democratyour choice between Hobson L. ic party. James, of Elizabethtown, and D. A. McCandless, of Munfordville, TO OUR PATRONS. who are candidates for the DemThere are quite a number of ocratic nomination for Appellate subcribers to to the News who Judge in this the Third district, live in Columbia and the vicinity next Saturday. of town who, are owing from one to three year's subcription for the No funds, no roads, no future paper, and it is but just that developement, What investthey call and make payments. ment can any community make I Running a newspaper is an ex that will give better returns pensive business, and frequently than in a permanent' road sys there are weeks when all is going tem? out and nothing coming in, and It is hoped that the democratic stately when our friends take that ment into consideration, they women of Adair county will all will certainly come to our relief. vote in the race for Appellate .The News has been very indul Judge, next Saturday. This is a gent. It is not often that a pa- very important nomination to tron is presented with a state make, and the best qualified canment, and that being the fact, didate should be selected. As a do you not think it is time to lawyer, Mr. James' ability is pay back dues? Without writ known all over the State. Mcing at length, we need all sums Candless is now the Circuit Judge due the office, and would take it of his Judicial district, and his as a special favor if all who are time will not expire for about indebted would send in a remit- five years. tance. There is not a man who ANY OLD DUTY GOES. is behind but has an idea of the amount he is due the office, and if It has frequently been pointed he does not know the exact amount he could send in a remit out that the Republicans have tance and ask that his account be followed no set principle or policy in the framing of the pending credited for the sum sent. Tarriff bill: that they have aban The strike has not been set- doned tbe plan heretofore adopt tled. President Harding and ed of baring theu rates on the f big business are endeavoring to difference between the cost of bring about an amical compro- production here and abroad, and mise, but up to Monday morning that the pending bill is a haphaznothing definite had been accom- ard catch-a- s catch-ca- n affair. plished. Senator David I Walsh (Dem. Mass.) now tells succintly just The Supervisors have been how the framers of the bill went at work for the last ten days, en- about their work and how they deavoring to figure out how Adair arrived at many of the prepostcounty can pay the additional erous rates. It was a mere quesamount demanded by the state tion of Barter and trade "a Tax Commission. The sum to be proposition," as raised is several hundred thous-anSenator Walsh calls it. He said; This large sum will princi"Evidently what the Senator pally come off the farmers, who from Wisconsin (Mr. Lenroot) are already burdened with said this morning is becoming more and more apparent, that We would like for some one to any Senator on either side of the send us the principles laid down " by'the Ku Klux Klan. We want Chamber who promises to vote to see what is drawing good men for this bill may get whatever he wants inthesway 6t duties upon into thelDrganiatidn. i I ; , Ealph Gilbertt, of.ohelby county, our present Congressman from the Eighth i- away last Saturday afternoon with sometbingllike heart trouble. Funeral services were conducted RillikeTV-WfTtiimdHp at Aspberry Chapel, Sunday afternoon, by, Rev. Atkinson, a Kiddie's Delight nephew of the deceased. Misses Mattie Bennett, Rachel Page, Audrey Farris, Mayme Sairs, and Virginia Callison; Messrs. David Stubbs, Raymon Farris, Rollin Morrison, Carl Wilson, Baruch Royse and Frank Callison called on Misses Mollie and Ruth Morris, last Sunday, The party given by the Chewn-in- g boys last Saturday night was Mr. Fred Simpson, Breeding, well attended. All present rewas here one day this week lookported a good time. ing after sheep. Rev. Kemper and family are Mr. I. G. Williams has moved visiting relatives in Owen county. his grist mill to Dirigo, where Several from this place are athe will continue to grind for the tending the tent meeting at Cane Valley. The meeting is being public. ? v teS Misses Pleasure m m m m m Pathfinders of Foot-Eas- e : : m m m m mmmmmmmmmmmm mmwmmwmmmmmmmM Dohoney & Dohoney 1 Ginseng. m Erskine By JOHN FOX, JR. This great romance of American life, full of pa- I have a Iofc sale. 39 of Golden Seal seed for Sel Bennett, 4t At Columbia, Kj. 4 the Brink. ! conducted by Revs. Curtley and Taylor, the former is from the latter a noted singer and preacher of Columbia. Lemons Bend ball team was defeated several scores by last Saturday afternoon. Miss Irene Davis spent last week with her sister, Mrs. W. R. Feese. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whitney spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Farris and family. Camp-bellsvillCo-bu- rg e, has been on the sick list for the last few days, but is better at this writ( ing. Born to the wife of J, R. Gib son on July 7th. a son. Mr. Mose Wooten and Ace Relston have begun sawing at their mill this place- Mrs. Miriam Norris There comes a time in the life of every man when he pauses upon the brink. Alexander, Illinois. triotic fervor, fittingly closes the literary record of John Fox and is the capstoneofhismonument The backwoods hero, son of a Virginia aristocrat, stolen in childhood and raised by the Indians, is a romantic figure, a par- July. 23, 1922. Editor News. If you will permit me the space I will Write a short letter to the Adair county friends. We are having some nice weather in this section of the state, We arrived here the 16th and started to work on the hard road the 17th, but the Work is not progressing very much, the Railroadf strike has got every thing tied up until we dont have sand to work steady. We had quite a time getting here for all the trains were late and we had to lay over every time we changed trains from two to eight hours. The elevators are all full of gram and the threshers are having to quit. If any more of the boys are coming up here they had best take a bath before they come, for we have to take baths because the water is so hard that it leaves a sheeb toondbating all over us, but if any of' --- Dirigo. He is face to face with the crucial moment of his career, when another step forward may mean riches, yet wealth that is stained by the odium of deliberate and intentional wrong. . If he takes the forward step his fate is sealed. He may repent of his act and make restitu tion, but the memory cannot be eradicated from the minds of his i generation. ticipant in the border warfare and finally in the great Revolution itself. The love story is of great charm, and the delightful heroine is the inspiration of Erskine Dale's adventurous career. An inspiring narrative for all ages, particularly for hoys. On account of its pure Americanism and widely appealing qualities, we have selected it for serial reproduction. Read it in If he retraces his steps and sets a different course he mav not achieve the riches that are all but within his grasp. But he retains honor, which wealth cannot buy; respect, which integrity alone will command; and contentment, which is the heritage of a clear conscience. The friend of tbday whom you admire and welcome to your home did not respond to the stained blandishments of a glit- give-and-tak- e d. -- -- Working the road is the order of the day. The meeting and singing at Independence, Sunday the 23 inst. was largely attended and everybody seemed to have a very good time. Mrs. Lee Sparks is very sick at this writing. Miss Annie Sparks has been sickwith the measles but is, better at this writing. Several at this place have been exposed to the measles but we hope they will not take them. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Claywell lef t'for Jeffersonville, Ind., last week. Messrs. Irvin McKinney George Stotts, Jr., Willie Bennett and Thomas Stotts left, for Barren county last Monday, ... wish to come there is plenty of work but I want them to know that it is not a play job. As news is scarce will ring off. Sincerely yours, Sellie Lacy. G. E. Branham. The.News3i.50'in'Kentuciy.. tering future. He path of honor. , chose the The man whom you shun, the one to whom your door is ever closed, took the forward step. and repentance may cleanse his soul, but an eternity cannot clear his name. Time the-boy- s The News, $1.50 4 1 1 .. y- ' - X. r V HE ADA1RTC0UNTY NEWS Wheat, 'of Texas,- - were visiting at Horse Cava last week, and the word comes to Colum ia that from that point the) will go 10 Middiesboro. It would 8 MKn I SaNSisSk. .VMM1 ,iL wxm lliS MliPw mm 'wilt be a pleasure 10 their many friends if they would visit Columbia before to Texa?. Mr. Herman. Burnett, Louisville was "here the larter parr.of last week. Mr T. W. Caliison, of Campbells-villwas hore a few dajs ago had Mr J S. Coffey, Cfeelt-boro- , business in Columbia, Thursday Mr W. G, Robinson, of Frantcfort, was here a few dajs sincer Mr. T. J. Marcum, of Monticello, who at one time owned some fast run- e, v v v Ss f fcS)YJ Wm Jk ' & Jx yyf Mm Yr-- mi y7 w e are onowmi I a 'T,Jtsssmx ners, and visired the Columbia Fairs, ,, was here iast Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Conover and two sous, M r and M rs. E. It. Willis and son, Montpelier; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Morrison and two sons, Gadberry; Mr. W. E. Dudley, Messrs. Jack and and Joe Edd Dudley, Glensfork, spent last Sunday very pleasantly at Red Lick Springs. M-r- W this week, new lines r( Suits and Porch Aprons, made up in the Latest Styles of Gring,hanis and Percales. Priced from 75c to SI. 50 each. "Hven.k-'fns- h. Russell & Co. 1 y sa j? :$ 'a , Jj? k y t Oil vk I t 31 y iAl y ? v H 31 4 NH a IJL I fl39!!8N! Mr. D. T. Curd was here the latter part of last week, taking orders. Miss Eula Vaughan, who went to Marion county last week to teacb, we 8 called home on account of the illness case as othr criminal casese are tried. Any person who has any child undex of her mother. his control and who fails to comply si Mrs. Mildred Winfrey, of this place, with any of the provisions cf this secwho has been in rather delicate health tion shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor for some time, is no better. and shall be lined not less than five Mrs. Henry Jones, Georgetown, (85 00) dollars for each offense. Ind , who visited here returned home F. E. Webb, Supt. g LINDSEY-WILS- ON TRAINING COLUMBIA, KY.. lastSaturdaj. Mrs. K COPYRIGHT BY CHARLES $CRIBE.R'S SOnVtoSSS Anna McEntosh and son, of Louisville, are spending a few days with Rev and Mrs. R. V. Bennett. Mr. J. B. Coffey was in Lexington and Harrodsburg, in the interest of the Columbia Fair, last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Murrell and Mr. Anderson Murrell left Monday, on a visit,' to relatives in Champaign, 111. More Power, More Miles Use That GoodJGulf Gasoline. More Light and Use better lipht. An A Grade High School. Gives work in Grades beyond the Fourths Good Equipment. New Thirty Thousand Dollar Gymnasium under construction. Close Supervision. Competent Faculty. Student Body of Two Hundred and Twenty-fivSpecial Courses in Piano Voice and Expression. Rates, Eighteen Dollars a month. Fall Tern Opens Sept. 5, 1922. For Information Address, e. 't 6 m SCHOOL Radium Kerosene. R. V. Bennett, Prin. Teachers, TaRe Notice. Joe Hurt Gulf Refining Co. the author's jpHIS closes triumphantly American life.remark--is I able series of novels of It particularly appropriate that it goes back to the romantic origins of the people so happily celebrated in Fox's mountain stories. It had long been in his mind to show the sturdy pioneers. Erskine Dale, raised among the Indians, though of Virginia blue blood, is a splendid type of the people and the time the days immediately preceding and during the Revolutionary war. It is a thrilling story of love and battles, setting forth much of the history of the period, particularly the campaigns of George Rogers Clark against Indians and British in the West and the defense of Virginia against Tarleton and Cornwallis. 0 The books adopted by the commission as the uniform system of text books for the State, shall be introducA farewell service for Rev. Robert ed and used as text books to the exE. Stevenson and family was held at clusion of all others in all the common his brother, George Stevenson's, in schools and high schools of the State, Farewell Service ruri 10 They are GOOD! Columbia, Ky., July 23, 1922r as he except as herein provided, for a pericd and family will leave soon for El Paso, of five years from the date of adoption Texas He is Yice President of Lydia and it shall not be lawful for any Joe Hurt, Patterson school located in that city teacher or other school officer to use Gulf Refining Co. and his particular work is that of or for any board of education to pertraining young men, Mexicans, for mit to be used, any books upon the Attention, Parents preachers and Missionaries to their same branches other than those adopt own people. Many relatives and ed by the commission. However, Every parent, guardian or other friends were present, and tears flowed nothing herein shall prevent the use person residing within the boundaries ; from our. eyes at the thought of part- of supplementary text books, but of any county school district and hav- ing. such supplementary books shall not ing the custody, control or supervis following lines were written be used to the exclusion of the books The ion of any child or children to be enand read by his Uncle, Rev. Jesse L. prescribed under the provisions of rolled in and to attend regularly some Murrell, of this place: this act. Any member or members common, private or parochial, school of any board of education, any trus pleasant time each school year for the full term of We've had a tee or teacher, violating the provissuch school, provided that in the case As relatives and friends; DENTIST Before we part 0 let us pray ions of this section, shall be deemed of a private or parochial school the publication. His little son is named guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon God's blessipgs on us send. term shall not be for a shorter period Kentucky. Jamestown, for his grandfather, E. H. Hughes. conviction be punished by a fine of in each year than the" term of the For soon will part to go one way, of not less than ten dollars nor more Mr. W. P. Nunally. of Louisville, common school-o- f the district of the Perhaps to meet, no more; than fifty dollars, and all such fines Mr. Lucleh Bell, who is with the made his regular trip to see our drug child's or children's residence, and Help us our burdens on Thee lay, Foxes Wanted F shall be covered into the treasury to Wednesday. International Harvester Company, gists last that the teacher or teachers and the And reach the Canaan shore. the credit of the school fund of the Buying With Affidavit.. headquarters at Louisville, is at home Messrs. Shreve Davis, Fayette Davis, course of study of such private or pa- Nothing but gpod can come to us county in which such fine may be R. H. Price and Jerome Hurt went to rochial school shall have been approv- While we do live for Him; this week. W. S. Hodgerv 'Harrodsburg Fair last Wednesday. ed by the State Board of Education, And we His holy name do trust, Boyce Pierce, who visited Barks-dal- e Campbellsville, Kentucky- We, the State Board of Education Hamletr, returned to his home, There was an exhibition of Fox and that reports of the attendance of Abhor the thought of sin. for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, hounds son that day. We understand all children enrolled in such private Trials will come to one and all in Elizabethtown, Monday. they took several dogs with them. have hereby prescribed and adopted or parochial school shall be submitted For such to all must be; Mr. J. A. Mitchell, of Ote, Green Noii'ce; for use in the common schools of the Mrs. K. B. Watson, Dallas Texas, is by such pri ate or parochial school in Death fcefore long will us befall, county, visited in Columbia the first State the following Course of Study. visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Van the same manner as required of com- From trouble set us free. of this week The law directs that this Course of I will clean your watches and clocks and provided further, uoa granu our nearts mon schools; Hoy and other relatives prayer may in D. T. Finn and John Lacy, of DayStudy shall be observed by the teach- for 50 ce'nts. I am located in Tntt'a thex provisions of this section blend, Mr. J. R Garnett, wife and son Rob- that ton, Ohio, are visiting friends and rel ers and enforced by the trustees. Hall. exFor strength and help each day; ert, returned from Pikeville, Tenn , shall not apply to any child who is atives in this county. Jack Cundiff, This means that the common scho Is the latter part of last week. The tw.o cused by the county board of educa- May all that Heaven to us shall send. Columbia, Ky Mrs. Nina Denver, of the Deaconess of the State must be organized, classion a visit to Pikeville tion upon its being shown to the sat- Be heipful on life'd way. Hospital, Louisville, is spending this patter had been fied and taught in accordance with A Surprise. v went isfaction of such board by certificate Though we may live in different week at the home of her sister, Mrs. for four weeks The former the provisions and directions of thia public health officer of the of the lands, Lena Fault, and meeting her many down to accompany his wife and son county Course of Study. No school is a legal that such child is not In prop- 0 let us meet each day, Saturday, July 22, Mrs. R. L-- Cald, home. friends about town. school unless it be taught in accord- well celebrated her 51st birthday. physical condition to ater mental or As members of God's faithful band, Miss Eva Rhodus, of Taylor county, Mr. John T. E. Stittes and Mr. C. T. ance with the provisions of the school tend school; and provided further, She was given a surprisa dinner by' At His great throne to pray. visited in Columbia a day or two of Stults, of Louisville, arrived in Colaws of the State; and no teacher is her relatives and friends. AU of her provisions of this section that the last week. And when we fall asleep in death, lumbia last Wednesday- afternoon. entitled to any salary out of the State children were present and all of the? shall not apply to any child who has Mr. John W. Bates, Middleburg, funds unless he or she teaches a legal grandchildron, except little Margaret Bennett, who holds a satisfactorily completed the full May we Thy glory Bee; Prof. Carl And find in Tnee sweet, happy rest was here a few days since. school. Chair in the Michigan University, vis course of Instruction offered by the Louise Hutchison, who was ill. Mr. Geo. M. Benfro, Louisville, was ited here last week. .Before leaving public schools of the district where To all eternity. Trustees are hereby directed not to The table was loaded with the-- best? How sweet the thought that we can certify a teacher's report unless he is at the Jeffries Hotel a few days since. for his home he and his brother R. Y. he resides. of edibles. Mrs. Caldwell received meet, convinced that the school has been many nice presents, and all seemed to Mr. Geo. M. Basher, of Carrolton Bennett visited Mammoth cave. shall be the duty of the teacher It Never to part again; taught according to law; and county enjoy the day to the utmost. Tiifc Ky., had business in Columbia, recentMr. J. H. Ritchey came up with the at the end of each week to report the And bow together at His feet, superintendents are directed to with- following were present! ly. name and the age of each and every Burkesville ball team last Thursday. glory to Hisname. Give hold salary from teachers who fail or Mr C L. Walters, Shelbyville, made child residing in. her school subdis- Mr. C. C. Hlndman anbTfamilyj Mrs. "Mrs. Finis Rosenbaum and daugh we shall know each other there, refuse to conduct their schools accordwho fails to attend school as And a business trip to Columbia a few days ters, trict Florence Flowers, of Chattanooga. Misses Mabel and Willie, and ing to law. ago. therein prescribed to he attendance A. blessed thought to me; Tenn., mother of Mrs. C. C. HlndMrs. T. A. Holladay and daughter, F. E Webb, Supt. to investigate His bliss together we shall share, officer immediately Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Bush and Miss Miss Frances, went on a visit to Crab man; Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Dohoney; said case or cases and if it be neglect And always with Him be. Mary Bush, Louisville, were here a Orchard last week. Mr. Henry Harrison; Mrs. Etta CaldNotice. or refusal on the part of the person few days ago. well and family, Mr. Chapman Miss, Katie Murrell returned from Jamestown Baseball Club defeated July 22nd, 1922. who has, such child under his control and family; Mr. and Mrs. Eoilin Mr. Marion Fergerson, Louisville, Peabody College, Nashville, via of and every electioa officer, Caldwell; Mrs. Mariah Salmon, and to report said case or cases to the the Outlaws on their campus last SatTo each was in Columbia a few days ago. Elkton, Ky., and Indianapolis, Ind. nearest court having' jurisdiction of urday, 15 to 14. who may be holding election sealB and familj; Mrs. Minnie Skaggs and Mr. Paul Hugnes, wife and baby, last Wednesday night. keys to locks of the Ballot Boxes, you daughter, Mrs. Belle: Squires ' and. the same, and it shall he the duty of The old Time players of this place are hereby notified to return them to Miss Gladys Smith, of Indianapolis, said court immediately to issue his of Ashland, spent last week at the daughter, and Mrs.- - Lucien Ttrrnex: Mr. and warrant ' against the person having tackled the Outlaws at this place last home of his father, Mr. E H Hughes. is visiting her grandparents, County Court Clerk's office this the We hope that Mrs. Caldwell majjr The first named Is the editor of the Mrs. W. T. McFarland and other rel- control of such child who fails or rer, Friday. The game closed 13 to 5 in week without fail. enjoy many more happy birthdays. Respt., y , atives. v Dally Independent, Ashland fuses to send said child to school and favqr of the Outlaws. They play. . - S. C. Neat, C. A. C. C. , and he'ls' making good with the proceed to trysaid again Mrs.vAnnte Smith and Mrs. Yergie said court-shal- Watch for the First Serial Installment in PERSONAL to-da- y K. S. LESTER : - Bro-scn-in- -- Ken-tuck- l :next-Frlday- - Ta m ADAIR COUNTY NEWS MAN ASKS AND GOD ANSWERS QUESTIONS MAN ASKS AND GOD ANSWERS QUESTIONS ON MAN ASKS AND 60D ANSWERS QUESTIONS ON , 9y ON SPIRITISM AND OCCULTISM The "Laymen's 'Home Missionary Movement, By The SIN'S PENALTY By The SIN'S PENALTY LOOK FOR The Baking Powder that Gives the Best Service in Your Kitchen 1327 Snyder Ave., 'Philadelphia, Pa. What are Spiritism and Occultism? , JOeat 18: 10, II: There shall not be SnxmA among you any one . . . ttfcat useth 'divination, or Is an observer eCemes.'Or an enchanter, or a witch, ar a. charmer, or a consulter with or a wizard, or a necromancer. Us. '8: 19: When they shall say, Seek unto them that have familiar syZrtts, and unto wizards, . . . aJaaflfl not a people seek unto their Gxi&S On behalf of the living, should tbeff seek unto the dead? (Am. Rev. u. spiritism JBVtwgT Why can the dead not communicate and occultism, with the His sons come to honor, it not; and they are Tab 14: "2L-- Ibrooght low, "but he percelveth It not j them. Is. G3: 16: Doubtless Thou art t kic Father, though Abraham be of us. Eccles. 9: 5, G, 10: IFc-- t the living know that they shall 1&, but the dead know not anything; l. also their love and their and their envy is now perished ; nefinber have they any more a portion fijissser in anything that is done under tha sun. There Is no work nor device siar fciowledge nor wisdom in the SrarereXSheol. whither thou goest. Dan. 32Tr: 2au many of them that sleep in fllift must of the earth shall awake. : .Arrfcs 7: 1: He fell asleep. And skjE was consenting unto his death. What are some Scriptures which s teaath thai vll spirits the fallen 3gn.-waiihat-rw-- ami lie 60-8- an-jri- are personal beings. .Laymen's Home Missionary Movement, 1327 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. What Scriptures show that death as sin's penalty means destruction? Job 31: 3: Is not destruction to the wicked? Ps. 9:5: Thou hast destroyed the wicked. Thou hast put out their name forever and ever. Ps. 37: 38: But the transgressors shall be destroyed forever; the end of the wicked shall be cut off. Ps. 145: 20: The Lord preserveth all them that love Him; but all the wicked will He destroy. Is. 1: 28: And the destruction of trangressors and of the sinners shall be together. 1 Cor. 3: 17: If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy. Phil. 3: 19: Whose end Is destruction. 2 Thess. 1: 9: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction. 1 Tim. 6: 9: They . . . fall into temptation and . . . Into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction. 2 Pet. 3: 16: In which St. Paul's Epistles are some things hard to be understood, which .they that are unlearned and unstable . . . wrest unto their own destruction. 2 Pet. 2: 1, 12: There shall be false teachers among you, . . . even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. These are as natural brute beasts made to be taken and destroyed. Ezek. 22 : 27 : Her princes . . . like wolves ravening the prey . . . destroy souls. Matt. 10: 28: And fear not them which kill the body, but are nor able to kill the soul; but rather fear Him which is able to destroy both soul and body In hell. Acts 3: pass come 2: It shallwill nottohear that every soul which that Prophet shall be destroyed. Laymen's Home Missionary Movement, 1327 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. What is the penalty of Sin? Gen. 2: 17: But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil thou shalt In the day thatthou not eat. oatest thereof thou shalt surely die. Jer. 31: 30: Every one shall die for his own iniquity. Rom. 1: 32: They whicji commit such things are worthy of death. Rom. 5: 12, 15, 17: Wherefore, as by one man sin entered Into the world, and death by sin. Through the offense of one many be dead. By one man's offense death reigned by ... CALUMET The Economy one. 1 BAKING POWDER 4 .3 Jas.2: 19: TevLs s.lso believe, and crencble. Acts 19: 13: The evil spirit suKEwereQ am, said, Jesus I know, and :ce IE know"; but who are ye? Luke -- Li M Pi a. ur rffcegr denew He was Christ. 'tween did these spirits become evil? !en. 6 : 2, Qz The sons of God saw daughters of men that they were fltiir,-.fin- 3 they took them wives. They 5ra3rc children to them. Jude 6, 7: The aesels which kept not their first . . He Itath reserved in iaai&s. r3?Ia3flng chains; . . . even, as Sffllmn Gomorrha In like -- ir St; Devils also came out of many. - - He suffered them not to speak; J1 maimer, giving themselves over to and going after strange flesh. ... XC?et.'3: 19, 2Q: He . . . preach-a- i unto the spirits In prison, which esmnetime were disobedient, when once CSe Cons suffering of God waited In tfB&vrays of Noah. "What have the fallen angels d over the human family? Efl&e 11: 18: If Satan also be against himself, how shall his Sftrssdom stand? John 14: 30: The tprxarae of 'this "world coraeth and hath wrrtSalng In TMe. Eph. 6: 12: For we "wrestle . . . against principalities, ngjaanst powers, against the rulers of fiSas "QarTcness of this world, against srtckwl spirits margin In high places, estab-Biafot- ''eph. 2: 2: Ye walked . . . accord-tStk- s many. What Scriptures show that death as to the prince of the power of the 1 Cor. 15: 3: Christ died for our sin's penalty means cutting off? sue, ttbe spirit that now worketh in sins, according to the Scriptures. Rom. Ps. 37: 9, 22, 34: Evil doers shall ?6e; sshTldreH of disobedience. 5: 6, S, 10; In due time Christ died be cut off. They th.-i-t be cursed of How do fallen sflsdc What Scriptures show that death as sin's penalty means extinction? Job. 6: 15, 18: My brethren have dealt deceitfully . . . and as the streams of brooks they pass away. . . . They go to nothing, and perish. Ps. 37: 10, 35, 36: For yet a little while, and the wicked shall not be ; yea, thou shalt diligently consider his place, and It shall not be. I have seen the wicked In great power; . . . yet he passed away, and lo, he was not Ps. 104: 35: Let the wicked be no more. Ps. 49: 12: Man being in honor abldeth not; he is like the beasts that perish. What does Christ's death as our ransom prove to be sin's penalty? Matt. 20: 28: Even as the Son of Man came to give His life a Ransom for many. 1 Tim. 2: 6: Who gave Himself a Ransom for-- all. Is. S3: 5, 8, 10, 12: He was wounded for our transgressions; He was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement of our peace was 'pon Him; He was cut off out of the land of the living; for the transgression of my people was He stricken. Thou shalt make His soul an offering for sin. He hath poured out His soul unto death ; vnd He was numbered with the trangressors; and He bare the sin of Cor. 15: 21, 22: By man came death; . . . for all In Adam die. Rom. 6: 16: To whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey his servants ye are to whom ye obey, whether of sin unto death. Rom. 6: 21, 23: The end of those things is death. The wages of sin is death. Rom. 7: 5: The motions of sins . . . did work In our members to bring fortli fruit unto death. I Cor. 15: 5G: The sting of death is sin. Jas. 1: 15: When lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin; and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death. 1 John 5: 16: There is a sin unto death. Job 36 : 14 (margin) : Their soul dieth to youth ; and their life is among the unclean. Ps. 56 : 13 ; 116 : 8 : Thou hast delivered my soul from death. Ps. 78: 50: He spared not their soul from death. Is. 53: 10, 12: Thou shalt make His soul an offering for sin. He hath poured out His soul unto death. Ezek. 18: 4, 20: The soul that sineth, it shall die. Jas. 5: 20: He which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death. Matt. 26: 38: My soul Is exceeding sorrowful, even unto death. Pure and Wholesome Foods No Failures When a "Big and Cheap" can of baking powder is offered you LOOK OUT. (UlUMflf GUARANTEES No Waste Every can of Calumet is the same keeping Quality Perfect last spoon- CyggV! The moderate cost of Gglumet combined wife tfce fewest merit establishes the greatest of bakingpowdereconomy. You save when you buy You save wen you use ful good as the first. Ktr it BEST BY TEST ... What Scriptures show that Death as sin's penalty is not jife? Deut. 30: 15, 19: I have set before thee this day life and good, and death and evil. 1 have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live, Rom. 5: 21: That as sin hath reigned unto death, even so might grace reign through righteousness unto eternal life. Rom. 6: 23: For the wages of sin is death: but the gift of God Is eternal life. Rom. 8: 13: For if ye live after the flesh ye shall die; but If ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall llvo. Ps. 22: 29: None can keep alive his own soul. Ps. 33: IS, 19: Behold, the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear him, to deliver their soul from death, and to keen' them alive. Ezek. 13: 9: And will ye pollute Me among My people for handfuls of bu-l- ey and for. pieces of bread, to slay the souls that should not die, and to save the souls alive that should not live? Is. 55: 3: Come unto me; hear, and your soul shall live. The World's Greatest Baking Powder ... -- tsmmmmmwr How The Master Driver Became Master Tire Builder IN Barney Oldfield started his career of victories that later earned him the title of "Master Driver of The World." To overcome the tire weaknesses that made racing difficult and dangerous, he studied tires specified materials supervised construction. Today, Barney Oldfield is known the "Master Tire Builder." Starting with the crude tires which carried the "999" one mile in sixty seconds, Oldfield gradually developed his famous Cords a set of which covered 500 miles at eighty-eigmiles an hour without a as change. 1903, driving the "999" racing tlae working f Satan, with all - ilying wonders. 2 Cor. 4: 4: 7TV goa of this world hath blinded the fdindsof them that believe not. 1 Tim. 4z SnyBome shall depart from the faith, ajfcraig Tieed to seducing spirits and rffostrlnes of devils. What are some of the methods that angels especially the control the human family? 2'ITlress. 2: 9: Whose coming is to af-Kf- cr tire .faJlen angels have used to control ftfcstiuman family? l)'The devil worship of heathenism, 1.Gor. 10; . sac-sE6- 20: The Gentiles to devils. Deut 32: 1T: They sacrifice unto devils, not to GS- - to gods whom they knew not. C2 'Occultism, Deut. 18: 10: 11: TZteere shall not be found among you ray one vthat . . . useth dlvlna-rdoi or ran observer of times, or an vracbanter, or a witch, or a charmer, o, or a consulter EsteUl say "Spiritism, Is. 8: 19: When they unto you, Seek unto them 'Slwtvjrave familiar spirits on foih&EE tx Hhe living, should they seek onto the dead? (Amer. Bev. Ver.) Heat 18: 10, 11: There shall not be &sb& among you a consulter or an cifh TamlUar spirits SBBarimancer one claiming to speak a .wizard. '(3) with familiar spirits, or ... ...... '(4) "Demoniac possession, Matt 8: 2&z TEhare met Him two possessed MlEh nevfls. 1 Ud Bible times what kind of people .practised spfritlsm and occultism? KJU) The worst of the heathen, Ex. ?: fltl: 'Fharaoh also called . . . 3seeerers. The magicians of Egypt .. .. did In like mnnner with their 2 Kings 0: 22: Jehu tnschantmentB. . .answered, What peace, so long lire . . . witchcrafts of thy anther TexSbel aro so many? Acts 8 : fcJSlmon . . . usejl sorcery, , . .. .iTlmjoat that .himself was some , ndfch'the dead. fa -- (2) The worst of the Jews, 1 Sam. 7; Then said Saul unto his .Seek ma a woman that hath a :fflaUUar.plrit. "2 "Jhron. 33: 6; Man- , obwrved times, .and encwrtmentE, and used witch crIt, and dsalj: with a familiar spirit. with wiaardsr he wrought macfc ia'thft sight Bt the Lora. 3&3 ser-nrwt- ts, -- the ungodly. . . . But God Him shall be cut off; The wicked are commendeth His love towards us in cut off. Lev. 22: 3: 1nosoever . . . that while we were yet sinners Christ goeth unto the ho?y things, . . . died for us. We were reconciled to having his uncleanness upon1 him, that God by the Death of His Son. Rom. soul shall be cut off. Num. 15: 30. 4: 25: He was delivered for your of- But the soul that doeth aught prefenses, and raised again for our justi- sumptuously, the same fication. the Lord; and that soul 2 Cor. 5: 14: If one died for all, shall be cut off. then were all dead. Heb. 2: 9: But What Scriptures show that death as we see Jesus, who by the grace of sin's penalty means perishing? God should taste death for every man. 1 Pet. 3: 18: For Christ also hath Job 4: 9: xiy the blast of God they once suffered, the just for the unjust, perish, and by the breath of His nosthat He might bring us to God, being trils are they consumed. Job 6: 15, put to death in the flesh. 18: My brethren have dealt deceitas the streams of How can we be saved from sin's fully, brooks they pass away. . . . They penalty? (1) Repentance. Luke 24: 47: Re- go to nothing, and perish. Ps. 73 : 27 : pentance and remission of sins should For lo, they that are far from Thee be preached in His name among all shall perish. Thou hast destroyed all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. Acts them that go . . . from Thee. Prov. 3: 19: Repent . . . that your sins 11: 10: The wicked shall perish. John may be blotted out. Acts 5: 31: HIiu 3 : 16 : For God so loved the world that hath God exalted with His right hand He gave His Only Begotten Son, that to be a Prince and a Savior, for to whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. give repentence . . . and forgivePs. 37 : 20 : The wicked shall perish ; ness of sins. and the enemies of the Lord shall be (2) Faith, John 3: Even so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that as the fat of lambs; they shall conwhosoever belleveth In Him should sume; Into smoke shall they consume not perish, but have eternal life; for away. God so loved the world that He gave What Scriptures show that death as His Only Begotten Son, that whoso- sin's penalty means devouring? ever believeth In Him should not perIs. 1: 20: But if ye refuse and reish, but have everlasting life: for bel, ye shall be devoured. Heb. 10: God sent not His Son Into the world 26, 27: For If we sin wilfully after to condemn the , world, but that the Miat we have received the knowledge world through Him might be saved. f the truth, there remaineth no more He that believeth on Him is not consacrifice for sins, but a certain fear-u- l demned. John 5: 24: He that . . . looking for of judgment and fiery believeth on Him that sent Me hath ldlgnatlon, which shall devour the everlasting life, and . Is passdversarles. Ezek. 22: 25: There is ed from death unto life. John 20: 31: conspiracy of her prophets In the These are written that ye might be-- J nldst thereof, like a roaring Hon ravlleve that Jesus Is the Christ, the Son ening the prey, they have devoured of God, and that believing, ye might 40UlS. have life through His name. Acts. 10: 43: Through His name whosoever What Scriptures show that death as belleveth In HInl shall receive remis- sin's penalty means consuming? sion of sins. Acts 13: 88, 39: Through Ps. 104: 35: Let the sinners be conthis man Is preached unto you the sumed out let of.ihe forgiveness of sins, and by Him all wicked be no more.earth and28: the Is, 1: And that believe are justified from all the destruction of trangressors anoTft things. the sinners shall be together, John 3: 18: He that belleveth not that forsake the Lord sbalpand tjwy "b ceS is condemaed akerfdy. because he sumed. Heb. 12: 20; FwMirar GodJf hath sot believed Id bjKname of the a coaauraing Are. Is. lOrOTirAall Only Begottea Sob of Goal consume . . . beta ofrtjl for ... American tires that have ever taken first place in the French Grand Prix. They have won for three consecutive years in the 500-miIndianapolis Sweepstakes. So far in 1922, Oldfields have lowered four World's Records and seven track records. le , The Wichita Test Run gave evidence of Oldfield superiority in touring when a set of four Cords covered 34,525 miles over rutted, frozen, winter roads a performance attested by the Mayor of Wichita. these rugged tires that Barney See your dealer and get a set of Old-fie- ld ... ht In three years Oldfield tires have won every important race on American speedways. They are the only has developed and perfected through a lifetime of practical tire experience. Their performance will convince you that they are "The Most Trustworthy Tires Built." 14-1- 8: ... ! -- V ftatBd The belief that war is paid for not only by the generation living at the time and participating, but by tbe.fuiure generations! t an economic fallacy. This should be a comforting thought if one can use the word comforting- in any way connected with war. We can, at least feel satisfied that our children will not have to suffer as a result of a war brought about by. our own generation. This'common mistaken belief probably grew oat of the cujtoflof War indemnities by - bonds covering long periods of yf-c.r- ,- in the future. But the HENRY W. DEPP ment of these bonds means DENTIST simply an txehange uf wealth in Gas Given Fop Painless the same generation if it is not Extraction of paid out of that generation. In the world ir gradually circulates Teeth. helps nil people. Conseand quently our generation has paid COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. and paid in plenty, but the debt is cancelled betore we cease to of Grading. 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By The "Laymen's Home Missionary By The Laymen's Homo Missionary Movement, 1327 Snyder Ave Movement, 1327 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Where do souls not go at death? The Quotations in this Article Are (1) The souls of the wicked, Rey. Taken Mainly From the American 21: 27: And there snaU In no wise Revised Version. heavenly City anyenter Into It the thing that defileth. Where does the Bible teach two (2) The souls of the righteous, John Hells? 3: 13: No man hath astended up to Rev. 20: 14: Hades was cast into beaven. Acts 2: 34: David is not the lake of fire. ascended into the heavens. Heb. By what names does the Greek New 39: These all, having obtained a good Testament distinguish between these report through faith, received not the two Hells? promise. (1) Hades, Rev. 20: 14: Hades was What events must precede our en- cast into the lake of fire. (2) Getering Heaven and seeing the Lord? henna, Matt. 10: 28: Fear Him who (1) Jesus' Second Advent, John 14: is able to destroy both soul and body 3: I will come again, and receive you in Gehenna (margin). What Name does the Hebrew Old unto Myself, that where I am, there ye may be also. Testament give to both Hells? (2) The Saints' resurrection, Luke Sheol, Ps. 16 : 10 : For Thou wilt not 14: 14: Thou shalt lie recompensed at leave My soul In Sheol. Job 7 : 9 : He 'the resurrection of the ust. that goeth down to Sheol shall come ' (3) The Judgment Day, 2 Tim. 4: up no more. 8: Henceforth there is laid up for me Who go to the first Hell? a crown of righteousness, which . the (1) The evil, Ps. 55: 15: Let them Lord, the righteous Judge, shall give to me only, go down quick into Sheol ; for wickedme at that day, and not ness their dwelling. (2) The but unto all them .also that love His good, is in Jacob, Joseph, Job, Heze-kialike appearing. Hev. 11: 18: Thy wrath etc. Gen. 37 : 35 : I will go down Is come, and the time of the dead, to Sheol to my son mourning. Job that they should be Judged, and that wouldest hide 13: Oh, Thou shouldst ;give Teward unto Thy 14: in Sheol! that Thou 10: shall go Is. 38: I servants, the .prophets and the saints. me into the gates of Sheol. What Scripture .proves that even What puts people into the first Hell? Jesus hud to wait until after his 15 : 55, 56 : O death, (1) Sin, 1 resurrection before He could enter where is thy Cor. sting? O Hades where 7 lit h, . e:B:' j r lr - "5 i This product of The Bichardson Company is, low in price compared with any good wall board. For Richardson methods, plus quantity production, keep the price down and the quality up. Richardson Wall Board is strong .and durable. It is thoroughly siaed inside and out, takes paint well, and requires an astonishingly small amount tf paint for a really Deautnui nnisn. Remember the " forgotten rooms" this year. Just telephone us the measurements, and we'll tell you how little it will cost to make such rooms part of the home. N A Heaven John 20: 17: Jesus said unto her, Touch Me not: lor I am not yet "ascended to My Father; but go to My brethren .and say unto them, I ascend unto My Father .and your Father, and to My 'God .and your God. Where is the :soul between death and the awakening ef the dead? THE BUCHANAN-LYO- CO. Incorporated Columbia, Ky. Ml H $MJk IrL SO difitei-ea-t y other wStin-gee- !" firora aB driivlcs Who wouldn't be? I . in lIEsBSl'l i .i'-- i j rNiri' H orange flavor, and it's pure as its owa sparkling carbonated water. Coolings 'refreshing, zestful, i the wonderful taste satisfies and lingers in the memory. thirst-quenchi- For ' Orange Squeeze is good tO) the last drop. Orange Squeeze lias the true i) SOLD only in at Icnows no equal. Try it treat your dry, thirsty throat to this decidedly! different true-to-natu- re orange drink.' fountains and all soft drink dispensers. Keep a case athome, too. V I NATIONAL FRUTT FLAVOR CO.1 13 NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A, Coca Cola Bottling Works Campbellsviile Kentucky. and are still busy. They pay fair prices. Mrs. Lizzie Hurt, of Columbia, The Rose Kilian Shows paid our town a visit on the I7ch. A is visiting the family of K. W. large crowd vpas in attendance. Bell. Miss Pearl Bradshaw has just Our stock buyers, Murrah and Bell, have bought and sold the returned from an extensive visit major portion of 1,000 head of at Burnsides, Ky. cattle' sheep and hogs this season Our teachers will be located as Hontpelier. - 3P6. 16 : 10, Am. Hev. Ver. : For Thou wilt aiot leave My soul in SheoJ. Acts first Hell? 1) Enter, 1 Kings 2: 2: 31, Am. Hev. "Vex.: He, foreseeing shalt bring his hoar head 9: Thou down to this, spake of the resurrection of Sheol with blood. Prov. 7: 27: Her Christ, that His soul was not left in down Hades. Eccl. 9: 10J Am. Rev. Ver.: house is the way to Sheol, going Leave, There is no work, nor device, nor to the chambers of death. (2) knowledge, nor wisdom in Sheol Acts 2: 31: He foreseeing this spake of the resurrection of the Christ, that whither thou goest. He was not left in Hades. What (does the word ressurrection Is there any life in the first Hell? mean? 1 Sam. 2: 6: Jehovah killeth, and (1) Not merely the awakening of maketh alive; He brlngeth down to the dead, else Jesus would not have Sheol, and brlngeth up. Ps. 89: 48: "been the first one to be resurrected. What man Is he that shall live and Matt. '9: 18, 25: My daughter is dead, not see death, that shall deliver his but lay Thy hand upon her, and she soul from the power of Sheol? Prov. shall live. He took her by the hand, 5:5: Her feet go down to death; her and the maid arose. John 11: 43, 44: steps take hold on Sheol. He cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, Are those who are in the first Hell come forth! and !he that was dead conscious? came forth. Ps. 6: 5: For in death there is no Acts 26: 23: Christ should suffer, remembrance of Thee; in Sheol who and that He should be the first that shall give Thee thanks? Eccles. 9: should rise from the dead. 1 Cor. 15 : 10: There is no work, nor device nor TfHARTF0 20 : Now is Christ risen from the dead knowledge, nor wisdom, in Sheol, and become the ifirst fruits of them whither thou goest. that slept. What other Scriptures teach the (2) But .a restanding from imperunconsciousness of all in the first fection to perfection. Luke 20: 35, '36: They which shall be accounted Hell? Job 14: 21: His sors come to honor, worthy to obtain . . the resurand he knoweth it not; and they are rection . . . are equal unto the brought low, but he perceiveth it not. angels, and are the children of God, Ps. 146: 4: His breath goeth forth; being the children of the resurrrection. to In that he Phil. 3: 10, 11: That I may know very returneth his his earth; perish. day thoughts Him and the power of His resurrecEccles. 9: 5, 6: The living know that tion, and the fellowship of His suf- they shall the ferings, being made conformable unto anything. die, but As dead know not . . well their His death, if by any means I might as their hatred and their envy is love perattain unto the resurrection of the ished. Is. 63: 16: Thou are our dead. Acts 24 : 15 : Have hope toward Father, though Abraham knoweth us C G. GOODE God, . . . that there shall be a not. Casey Creek resurrection of the ead. Acts 26: What Scriptural figure corroborates am judged for the I this thought? hope of the promise made of God unto ng Dan. 12: 2: And many of them that our fathers, unto which promise our liquor illegally" twelve tribes, instantly serving God sleep in the dust of the earth shall awajte. John 11: 11, 13: Our friend follows: John Goff at provi .day .and night, hope to come; for Lazarus has fallen asleep; but I go punishment to the first offence . why should it be thought a dence; Mrs. M. L. Rowe at thing incredible with .you that God that I may awake h i out of sleep. shall be a fine of $100' to $50G Jesus spoke of his death,. Acts : Pleasant Hill; Margie Antle at should raise the dead? 7: 1: He fell asleep. And and from two to six months im What two things are the antecedents Saul was consenting unto his death.' Liberty.; Miss Lula Antle at of the resurrection? jail; second offence, one to five 1 Cor. 15: 17, 18: And if Christ hath Bradley; W. G. Aaron will go (l)'The fall from perfection into sin, not been raised, . . . they also years in prison and third offence imperfection and death through Adam, that are fallen asleep in Christ have back to a school in the upper Eom. 5: 12, 17, 19: By one man two to ten years in prison. sin perished. counties and J. V. Dudley will entered the world, and death by sin. With what is the first Hell associ. By one man's offense death reigned ated? teach at New Liberty. Hear Grading Sysfemv by one. By one man's disobedience Job 26 : 6 : Sheol Is the many were made sinners. 1 Cor. Lord, and Destructionnaked before the Mr. Frank Taylor, who to 8 hath no cover15: 21, 22: For since by man came ing. Prov. 27 : 20 : Sheol and Destruc been in school in Kansas City, is death; for "We are throughly convinced," all in tion are never satisfied. Adam die. visiting his mother and sister, What does the first Hell temporarily said Mr. Sturm, "that members (2) The Ransom from sin. inroer. do to those who enter It? Mrs. Addie Taylor and Miss Jes fection and death through Christ, 1 Job 24: 19: Drought anf heat con- of the Association in Kentucky Tim. 2: 5, 6: The Man Christ Jesus, sie. sume the snow waters; so doth Sheol are satisfied with the results who gave Himself a ransom for olL Rom. 5: 17, 18, 19. They which re those who have sinned. are obtained bylthe Association,, Misses Lula and Margie Antle, What things beside human souls go ceive abundance of grace and of the who have been in school at Be-re- a gift of righteousness shall reign In to the first Hell before the Judgment many saying that they had allife by one, Jesus Ctgjtst, By day? ready received twice as much have returned home. Is. 14: 11: Thy pomp is brought righteousness of one" the free gift the down The peach crop here is the fin- came shall come upon all mon unto trees to Sheol. Ezek. 31 : 17 : All the them their crop under the new- of Eden; the choice and besfof justification of life; for , , by est we have had for years. The the obedience- of one shall the many Lebanon, . . . also went down method of marketing as they had? into him. 32:27: only thing we have to regret is be mado righteous. 1 Cor, IB: 31, 22: They Sheol with lie withEzek. mighty been paid last year, whether shall not By man came shall come also the the that few have any trees that aie rwsurreeuon or the dead; for . . , . . that are gone down to Sheol they ever receive another cent with their weapons of war. Matt 11: though a third and final payworth the ground they grow on. all in Christ shall be made alive. 23: And thou, Capernaum . . . What Is resurrected? ment is coming to them shalt go down unto Hades. We had the smallest acreage of (1) Not the body, 1 Cor, 15; 38, 87 S Will the first Hell be destroyed by wheat crop here that had been With what body do they come? That the awakening of the dead? HoHses-wor- th Mr. Moss and Mr. which thou Eowest, thou sowest not Hos. 13: 14: I will ranBom them sown many years but the qual- that body that sWu be, from tho power of Sheol. O Sheol, I said that every grower (3) But the soul, Pa. 10; 10; For will be thy destruction! 1 Cor. 15: ity is good. Thou wilt not leave My soul in Sheol, 54, 55: Then shall come to pass the that they interviewed had deActs 2; 81; He foreseeing this spake saying that Is written, Death Is swalThe oats crop here was almost of the resurrection of the Christ, that lowed up In victory. O death, whore clared himself satisfied with was not He left in Hades, Pa, 89 48; Is thy sting? O Hades, where Is thy system and that, in their opinion,. a total failure. What man is he that shall live n.nd victory? Rev. 20: IS, 14: Hades gave Miss Mitty Bennett is teaching not see death; that shall deliver 'his up the dead. Hades was cast into the it was a pronounced success. soul1 from the power of 'Sheol? lake of fire. , at Nell. - is thy victory? The sting of death is sin. (2) Death, Ps. 18: 5: The cords of Sheol were round about me; the snares of deatli came upon me. (3) Pain, Ps. 116: 3: The cords of death compassed me ; and the pains of Sheol gat hold upon me. (4) Trouble, Ps. 88 : 3 : For my soul Is full of troubles ; my life draweth nigh unto Sheol. When do people enter and leave the HARTFORD TIREandTUBi Standard for the last quarter century J 6-- 8: ... and thus avoid serving out sny ' of the money penalty in jail; bat even when they have served oab-t-he jail sentence provided, Sheaf may not be able to gamtbesr freedom, as a result of the Court: of Appeals declaring the Rasb- Gullion prohibition enforcement; act constitutional. For under-thlaw he must either give booffi of from $1,000 to $5,000 in tiediscretion of the court, thEtLfe will not violate the law for 32 months, or else serve ninety ad ditional days in jail. The decision of the court was in the case of Matt Lakes itzf sought a writ of prohibition o prevent the county judge of Madison county trying him and at: tacked the constitutionality Cof the law. The opinion of th& court was sweeping, holding the law constitutional in every particular. Officials here say tkftfc hundreds of cases held' m abeyance will now be triedl The law gives justices of e, police judges-aneovDifr" judges, as well as circuit courts,, jurisdiction in liquoriaw violate ion where the penalty does aot; exceed $300 fine and 60 days im jail. Previously only eiaresufc courts could try the cases- a&ff this was held by many to iayali-da- te the enforcement of the constitutional provisions because of necessary delays. Tnelawiras drawn in the office of attorney General Charles I. Dawson. The law is said to be one of the stringent enforcement laws in the United States. It authorizes peace officers to seize intoxicants wherever found and pro vides for search warrants oi jc sweeping nature. Not only are-- ' search warrants provided for,, but it also is provided that property seized under insufficient; search warrants shall not be re- turned unless the owner proves in court that the liquor was legally acquired. Except for corporations,, the? law does not permit a jail sentence. The minimum fine and the maximum $200, en first offences and the jail sentences not to exceed six months.. The law provides that formas?-ufacturi. e - Frankfort, Ky., July 3- VSoH tors of the Kentucky prohibRnsi law may be able to pay their b& - the-peac- d is-$5- 0 the 60-8- ' ... ... that ... for the . The News, $1.50 in Kentucky. Tv -- ' H v ? y ADAIR COUNTY' NEWS! COLUMBIA FAIR (Cnfterland Ml August 22. 23. 24 and 25 JW County Oil News. drilling rig oparating for sthe Kanawha Oil Company on Jtiaa L. J. Coop farm, Kettle (Creek, was almost completely ciefcroyed by fire one day last last Saturday night. Mr. Filmore Reece, of Columsuccessfully shot its scale. IElks recently bia, who travels for a St. Louis wU;No. 2 on the G. W. Coop, It begins to look as if the long Dry Goods house, called on our Tc, fcrm, Sulphur Creek, and talked of pipe-linfor Cumber- merchants last week. cespects to tube and pump same land will soon be a reality. Miss Dollie McClister was viscnce. of one of the largest iting at the home of Mr. J. L. Grant & Ross, of BurkeBville, companies in the business have Darnell Sunday. gRa recently moved a rig on to been in this section recently for Poultry Demonstration. 3fe 8. F. Riddle farm. Sulphur the purpose of conferring with i F the local operators and in getting Gcek where they are now engaged in drilling well No. them to sign certain agreements Seven poultry culling demonstra tfjgt in connection with establishing tions to bo held August 15, 16, 17 and S, m same. lo nave oeen scneuuieu in oruer 10 gftg; The Crescent Oil Company is the line, and conditions have snow iarmers ana poultry raisers in v t&edap with a "fishing" job at a reached such a stage that it is this section of the State how to cull 3eetk of 520 feet, on the F. F. safe to say the line will be built the loafer hens from their flocks, acSkath farm, Cedar Creek. Johns and in operation at an early date. cording to an announcement by G. R. farmer. Reed, local insurance & Patterson, drilling on thesame One of the provisions is that the The demonstrations, man and are the which peo'ple are to establish a .if k?33, are down something over pipe-lin- e first of their, kind ever held in this v 3&& feet, and are expecting to lage storage tank with a capacity county, are being planned through of 55,000 barrels, to be located at the cooperation of the College of Ag"iriU in soon. Maj. J. A. Gartlan has just some convenient point in the riculture at Lexington and interested .csanplsted'a good well on the county, possibly in or near the Adair county persons. In addition to the culling demonst?-.tionck..' Donaldson farm, near the town of Burkesville. two night meetings are being "Steely s Ferry, and has moved to Among the oil men who have planted at which lantern slides will "ttimcther location on the same visited this section within the be used in showing? interested poultry Sease. Some party Is also drill- - past few days, are: Mr. J. B. owners the proper methods of feeding, iNo. 1 on the Millard Kerr Pierce, Elizabethtown, Ky., who housing and caring for their hens. sfirm, 'located on Kettle Creek. had the honor of opening up the The entire program, which is free to great Sulphur creek pool in the all who wish to attend, will be in . IS&e completion of a good well charge of H. R. Jackson, poultry isk reported on the I. Y. Morgan spring of 1921; Mr. A. S. specialist of the college Cleveland, Ohio, head The first culling demonstration will Bottom, by the Car- farm, Irish McClintock Oil Company; be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock xaaiiRii Oil Company,,within the of the Messrs. Geo. W. Stephens and W. AufiustlS, on the farm of Alfred n?aat few days, but no particulars miles east E. Moolman, prominent operators Murrell, two and sare at fiand at this writing. and the 'second at the Jrom Toledo, Ohio, Messrs. W. of Columbia, Mr. W. S. Raydure, Bowling home of Miss Ella Todd, Columbia, at S. Raydure and F. P. Riegle, WedtgLceen, Ohio, failing to strike any 4 o'clock the same afternoon. Bowling Green, Ohio,- - the form- nesday morning at 10 o'clock the- third jjgy up to a depth of 812 feet, er a large operator now develop demonstration is to be staged on the Sjxs been forced to abandon his ing "considerable territory in farm of W. A. Garnett, five miles well No. I on the John Parrish Cumberland,- - the latter a special south of Columbia while the fourth sCkbi, near Amandville, and has legal represenative of a large oil will be held the same afternoon at 2 ireazoved his rig on to the R. T. on farm of J. Z. Conover, Messrs. Elmo o'clock the of Joppa. The fifth demonstration 3ETa.fcr f arm, adjoining the Par-tat- a tract, where he will drill at Pearce and J. H. Goff,, Columbia, will be held at the farm of B. O. Hurt Ky.; Mr. Burton Hartley, well 2 miles East of Ozark. The sixth at oace. known geologist of Tulsa, Okla- the farm of A. W. Paxton, near Bliss, drilling operations of the and the 7th ab the farm of Horace A. homa. & Gas Syndicate on the Murrell, Heraline. Tfee McClintock Oil Company e v?rek. of town on the Glasgow road. Dr. Lang has under his control some 20,000 acre of choice oil and gas lease located in the Southeastern portion of Cumberland and in the southwestern portion of Clinton county, and he reports he has in contemplation some early developements or an exten-siy- all day services at Independence Sunday. Frances Darnell spent last week visiting relatives at Mrs. Chance. Mr. Dan Coomer and wife attended meeting at Melson Ridge INSURE MITH MEN MHO KNOW e Rep-resenativ- es at i bus-it$- 215 Last year a sudden hail storm caused a loss to one small group of farm-erthat totaled $1,000,000, all with in a period of fifteen minutes one good reason why your crops should be protected by a Haii Insurance Policy. Ask about the sort of protection guaranteed by a policy in m this Agency. . c- -t V v s, It is quiterpossible that the largest part of your whole season's invest-me- nt may be lost in a five minute barrage of hail stories, Another reason why your crops should' be protected by a Hail Insurance Policy. Ask us about the sort of protection guaranteed by a policy in this Agency. -- yg W ,.' Mc-Clinto- one-ha- lf Reed Brothers rXSTTR-AJS-CE - CUT" JXJZj KINDS Phone 49. ONLY RELIABLE Columbi; Kentucky. HERE. ;SJX i INSURANCE CKN BE OBTAINED 38&i 'iy Blue-igracs- ii? i.xf3Di.'lj 1ST . S&y $& ny HOST ' 3rCT. Baker farm, Big-Reno- x Fairplay. We had some good rain recently and our crops are fine. The wheat is not threshed yet but we have been delayed several dsjaxraaciountof a serious break of machinery. They have reach-"d- . a depth of over 400 feet, and ;th.efprapletion of. well No 1 is .greeted within the next few days. 'iThe, State Geological Depart saieot, at Frankfort, has had a in Cumberland! Hreoresenative crotrntytfor several weeks making sacveys and compiling data for a rmap.to be issued by the Depart- exzsnt just as soon as the work can be completed. Such a map Cumberland is greatly needed rat present, ,and its publication 'mll be hailed with delight by the can hear the thresher whistle, so corn it will soon be good-b- y campaign which has been " planned to help farmers eliminate the bread state-wide The first night. meeting will beheld atZion schoolholise, 'Tuesday night, Aug. 15th, and the second will be held at the Ozaik schoolhouse, Wed nesday night, Aug.- 16th. The culling work to be conducted in this county wTllbe a part of the - .Worthy of the Pen of James Fenimore Cooper r. Ersiane The "Red Baby" Delivers The Goods " Dale producing'and loafer hens from condition low their flocks Each summer about one remains about the same. third of the nine million hens in the Mr. Luther Burbridge and Miss State stop laying and continue to loaf Afta Burbridge are both confined until the following spring, poultrymen to their, rooms with typhoid say. Adair county flocks have their Mrs. S". T. Bennett's Piomeer By JOHN FOX, JR. Distinctly a Cooper character is this highly interesting soldier-- in fever. Mr. A. Darnell and family, of Gadberry.spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Darnell. Mr. Milton t: .oil 'fraternity.' -- - Rev. Stovall is holding a short service at Walnut Grove this It is a stirring tale of romance turner?. JMessrs, Madison & week. and adventure m pioneer times, JBtori. Our school opened last Monday especially commended by its Lng,"P'ittsrburg, PaM with good attendance. Miss Iva fine patriotism. 'ZgTffiUJ. 1 It Will Appear Serially fcteGead of the Oil Fork Lewis, this place is teacher. who in jE?artfoement Company, is now Messrs. J. L. Darnell and Ulis family and Garrett and their families attendl9ttc:kd with his Vogue fears the modern girl is Bed Hill last SunFormerly the heavens cere associates in his ed services at .,,01 i day, for the modern scanned for a new star. Now it ville, 10jbiw country at Burkes Several from here attended the man. Does it mean overdone? is the divorce court records. mountain jurt north oii'the -- JOil men now arriving Burkesvftle, are pleased to find hotel' phc new and open for the Tecep- jtian- of guests, and they are pleased to find conveniences and Koomodations not found in xmxjnhs larger places. This hotel wee named by E. T. Kemper in i&onor of - the proprietors and up-to-da- te tSfee-Madisho- Wheat and wife visiting at the home of Mr. in were J. C. Spoon, Sunday. Mr. E. L. McGinnis returned , - Saturday from Jeffersonville'Jnd. with his household goods. Mr. E. W. Bennett and wife were visiting the former's son, Mr. G. W. Bennett, Sunday. i full share of these loafing hens. At this time of the year, these hens begin to shed their feathers and show other signs which make it easy to distinguish them from the laying hens. Mr Jackson will use the flocks at the vaious places where the demonstrations are to be held in showing the farmers and poultry raisers how to pick out the hens that have stopped laying. The work to be conducted in this county is expected to be of considerable value to all persons who own a flock of hens. The hens that are culled out can be sold for cash without reducing the number of eggs produced by the flock while considerable feed also is saved for the hens that are laying. Persons who have their flocks culled in the demonstration will keep egg production records on their hens for a week before and after the demonstration in order to show the value of the work. whose veins flowed undiluted blood of Virthe ginia's proudest, but whose boyhood had beerf spent entirely among the Indians. Erskine Dale speke a little French, less English, but was fluent in the Shawnee dialect . when fate called him back to the home of his ancestors. We witness a surprising unfoldment of the character and ability that had been submerged by his savage training. He speedily became more than a match for the gallants of the time Coloniadays in every sort of contest, even to the winning of hearts. several weeks the "Red Baby" has been on the move, a Mav First "moving day everv da v. The And we have ure done some business. "Red Babv" has covered the highways and the byways from morning till night. It has lost a Jittle of its red baby bloom, and like a healthy kid goes through the bush and brambles, it is scratched up some, but still going strong. The "Red Baby" never gets tired, it's on the job to serve our customers. What do you need? McCormick-Deerin- g That isn't slang in this case; it's a fact. For I. R. CHELF KNIFLEY, KY. is in ffie Line we have it If it over-cultivat- ed -. McCormick-- Line in 4attd s