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Visits hHs t Qi Heme. f REPORTOFTHECOND1TION OF TBE rCtrnftrl. Narrrtlal tarkesville.. Mr. Mont Willis and Mis3 Mattigr Morrison, both of this place, motored k u u 3T h. The fire alarm was sounded last Wednesday morning about 2:30 o'clock , and it was soon known throughput the town that Elrod & Co.'s spoke mill was burning. The fire engine and crew, and hundreds of people were soon down- - to the scene. The fire company worked heroically, but it was soon discovered that the flames could not be extinguished, and in a short time the mill building, a large lot of breast yokes, all the machinery, and everything connected with building were in ashes. The building was too far gone to save it when the engine and crew reached the fire. It is .estimated thattwo thousand dollars worth of breast yokes were destroyed. Adding the machinery, building and every thing else connected with the mill the loss will reach seven .thousand dollars and there was no insurance. Mr. Elrod has no idea how the building caught. At the church hour he, left his residence and passed through the mill on his way to services, and everything was all right. He does not smoke, and Jit loous veryunuch like It was set on fire. If he has an enemy he does not know it. Fo- Said. X Mr. Geo. T. Atkinson, who left Co Cumberland county, and Sid Davis, lumbia almost fifty years ago, arrived Police Judge of the town of Burkes- - last Tuesday and has been busy with ' ville, had serious trouble last Satur those who remember him. The great day and as a result Judge Simpson isl er portion of his time since he left has in bed from a dangerous knife thrust been spent in, Bloomington, Ind , We do not know the particulars, as where his sister, Mrs. Nellie Dodd,e-sideand where Mr. Atkinson was in two different stories nave reached here the shoe business for many years. concerning it. It is said that the Before leaving Columbia he builca trouble came up over a road proposiresidence on a lot he bought from Mr. tion, One story is that Simpson brought on the trouble and the other Thos. 3.. Frazer which will be a monis that Davis was the aggressojr. The ument to his workmanship as long as Burkesville paper which will reach us it stands, and it looks as attractive this week, will give the particulars. today as when first erected. At that The last word from Judge Simpson's time Mr. Atkinson was an extra good bedside was that he was in a very dan- mechanic,, and with his own hands and the assistance of h younger, gerous condition. brother, J. B. Atkinson, helbtiilt this For Sale. structure which has from trie time of its erection, been considered one of One folding. Bed, Electric Light the best dwellings in Columbia. Mr. Atkinson is enjoying ' his visit, Fixtures, Bed springs. Mattress Cenand those who remember him as a ter Table and Stoel Bange, "' Mrs. W. A. Coffey. social companion, are delighted in meeting him. He reports that his The Colored Fair. sister, Mrs. Dodd, (nee Nellie Winters) who was a popular young lady here, " The Colored Pair held hefe last Fri- is in fine health, and that she sent day and Saturday was a success. tier regards to all who remember her. Good crowds attended each day. Notice. There were some spirited races and Payette Simpson, County, pudge of BANK OF COLUMBIA bia, County op Adair, State op Kentucky, At the Close of Business on the 15th Day op Sept, 1922. Doing Business at Town op Colum- ' s, RESOUECES. Loans And Discounts ' Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured Stock. Bonds and other Securities Dde frOin. Banks Gash on hand Checks and Nsther cash i " Items...' Banking house. Furniture and fixtures Other Beal Estate. Lot Purchased, .for New Banking House 31S42T90 122S45 41916 43 53 212 S3 13 349S9 773 47 6500 00 4250 00 Total.. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, in cash 8urplu8 Fund Undivided Profits. less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check Time Deposits Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads 433 633 46 I tlOOOOOOO 23 000 00 2 683 59 304 812 66 -- 1 162 2L 433 633 46 '. TOTAl. STATE OF KENTUCKY,) COTOTY OP ADAIBi We. W. W. Jones and John W. Flowers. President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do' solemnly swear that theabova state mens is true to tne Dest oi our knowledge ana in belief. W. W. Jones. President. therringshows 'very attractive. All in " lam now .ready to receive Graded A desirable iiome at a reasonable the premiums were paid r.r cash and ." . .. every ooay was penecciy sausneas School Tax. Come to First National price, if sold ac dncW The best of order was maintained. Bank. E.Ii.-SlnclThe"; Bardstown: Colored Orchestra' Bruce Montgomery,' Treas. :" ?T Bev. M jut hi. Murrell wis .changed" furnished the ' music dir "', Jno. W Flowers, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of Sept. 1922. ' Commission Expires, Dec. 5; 1935. She H. Baker. N. P. A. C . . , tty the. tast, Conference from Sturgis, Ky., the Third Street ChurcV, .i. Death of An Infant. Owensboro. Bev. Murrell is a forceSee ar big line of Ladfes and ful speaker and has become very pop ular as a minister. Bev. J. S. Chand-le- r Childrens hats at old tise prices. was returned to Elk ton and Dr. A. RosseH.f Cofnpariy.. B. Kasiey was sent for ;t;he fifth year ' Married. to Hopkinsvilie. ! 'a Fall Millinery. James Bodertifwho was a son of Mr, and Mrs. D wight Chewnlng, who live in Taylor county, neav Coburg, died last Friday 'afternoon. He was two years' old last May and Was the pride of his parents. The funeral services were held at Asberry Chapel Satur day afternoon, many Mends of the family being, present. Mr. B.. TS"r Chewnlng, of this place, the deceased belng:his grandson, attended the f un- eral.""--- Dr. E. B. Grider and Bev. J. G. Akin, members of the Educational .Board of the Louisville Conference. And some sweet day, He'll call you were here last week. They laid off a lot for a bungalow which is to be built home, REPQRT OF THECONDITION t for Bev. R. V. Bennett, Principal of To meet your loved one there: OF THE S Where you no more shall Veep and the school, and also selected thi ground for the dairy bam which wilT mourn" " GRADYVILLE also be erected this year. Sixteen .. God's richest blessing share. ' v cows will be bought: The milkproduct BAKIK- ,-. And there together you shall live' to be used for butter and milk for the ' While endless yearsgo' by; school. Doing Business Town of The joys of heaven no one can tell,. gradyville county of Mrs. R. B. Grider. accompanied. her And you no more shall die." , State of Kentucky. , husband from Louisville. Dedicated to J; T. Goodman's by Jesse L. Murrell. A good husband, father and son Has left this earthly shore; A blessed crown of life has won, He rests forevermore. He loved his God and worshipped Him. He loved his fellowman; He hated wrong, abhored all sins And for the right did stand. He loved to help his brother man. And cheer him on his way; And for the right did work and plan Until his dying day. He gave his heart to God when young, His faith declared by works; And through llfe'sjourney prayed and sung, From duty never shirked. He died from home, but in God's arms, He breathed his last in peace; Without one fear or least alarm, His sorrows all have ceased. He lives upon a better shore, Where troubles never come; Where in. the long forevermore, His God shall sa "well done." O mother, son and weeping --wife, Commit your all to Him; Trust in Him, He will bless your life, And keep you pure within. to Burkesville the first of last weak and were married. Mr. John Morrison, brother of the bride, accompa nied them. The groom is a son of Mr. J. A. Willis and the bride a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison. Soon after the ceremony the couple returned to Columbia and are now ab the home of the bride's parents. A number of friends have called since their return to extend congratulations and best wishes. For the present they will make their horns with the bride's parents. The groom is a carpenter and a very industrious young man. The bride l3v a favorite with her associates. Notice. I am now ready to receive Graded School Tax. Come to First National Bank. Bruce Montgomery, Treas. More Improvements at L. W. TJ S. STATE i at ' adair . -- At' the. Close of Business on the 15th day" of Sept.' 1922. RESOoECES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Secured and uncecured Stocks, BondTand other Securities Dua from SaaksJ 1757 4000 , '"'. The.law-pro'yide- e Nttice. For Sale. JlBte Ash Billets 3x3x39, 12c each. G-.-X, , Mr. .Riohard Alexander, formerly of L two years and Miss Hattie Conover, were married by Bev H. l! ThompProf. W. G. Aaron a. welMcnown. son, at his home, last Sunday. They teacher of Atialr-coutifhascreturned will continue to live in Adair They j best wishes- of their many to CynthlahaThaving been engaged .to have-th'" , teach in the'same?' school as he did friends.v, last year. His salary was raised from ; v A Card ef 'Thanks-.- ' $1,200 to 81.35&1 50 B. L. Wethington, Grader. Llncolncounty, who nas been dealing in stock in. this county for the past tf ' u; Wanted. eaca. Wenhington, Grader. xzv 50 frr o e - roirX!3-i,- l oaii Duipiaoxoi.ont , rtt : R.L. tf WewIslLtoextend our most' gratesideboard, Good prioe ful thanks to all our friends' and neighbors, both here and af Louis-villpaid for each. Notify who shpwed us so much kind-nes- s Adair County News, and sympathy during the hours Mr. J. B. Garnett will represent Co- of our great sorrpw in the sickness lumbia Chanter, No. 7 in the Grand and death of our dear husband tmd Chapter, which will convene in this iathei. Especially do we wish to month, and Mr. Edgar Beed will rep- thank the telephone operators at Co resent Columbia Lodge, No., 96. Dur- lumbia and along the line for their ing their-stain Louisville they will excellent service. Also the. underta-ker'' buyjQvery thing needed 4n the way of Grissom & Patteson. carpets, curtains, etc., for the new Mrs. H.'P. Barger and children. hall which is now being built by the Jeff rles Company. Wanted e Want to buy an parlor sofa and chairs. old-time, Interesting Sermons. s, ' Eld. Wheeler is delivering some strong discourses at the Christain church. His sermon last Saturday night on Evolution .knocked the high r critics low and every one who heard him was "satisfied that the human family did not spring from the cocanut tribe. The, sermon, .was. argumentative from ataffr to finish, and we again state that the congregation was. dew ' lighted. v -d Married. On the 27th of September Mr. E. C. Webb, brother of .our School Superintendent, and Mrs. Ura N. Antle were married at the home of -- Rev. J. L. tfurrell, the said minister performing the ceremony. , We are deeply grateful to our friends and neighbors for their every thought and kindness in. our great borrow, and only those who have experienced it can know how much helps. Mrs. Ann Goodman, &rs. Effle Goodman A Baymond Goodman.' . it presented us with j. antetouptfThursday 6hat was grown tnm. ooe he ate early in the season.. 16 wit very good and we appreciated Mr. Willis Gfider ifift. Attestlon is called to the change. H Wood Lewis' OttWMtourg. He is advert&tailat, offtrloiioci ttfe Ymrtiim, 'M aihk Flae vt . d when Adair county peo-- j hi town blrariU them to Of idr. Bay Tage purciiasedrthe Eobt.-Arnol- REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE home last week? arid wiU;re-mov- e 1 line of Mens and Boys Clothing, Shoes, from Cane Valley itoColumbiai FARMERS' BANK etc Come anrt look oyer oar stock. Ash Billets 3x3x39,, 12c each. The place Is known as . the Clay B. L. Wethjngton, Grader. Doing Business at the Russell & Co. Feese property and is located at the Town of Knifley; County of Adair 50-- tf 50 2t, end of Greeesburg street. Mr. Page v State of Kentucky, at the close n of Business, on the 15th, in Columbia and he has The contract for building an iron is Caught With Three Quarts. day of Sept. 1922. bridge across Boiling Fork at Kew an excellent family. He paid $2,400 t RESOURCES Market has been let and the. work will for the place, and will remove to. it in 23 162 37 and Discounts Loans Ed Stone, of color, who is a farm start at once.. The Brooksville Bridge November. Mr. Arnold, who is a Overdrafts, secured and unsehand of Mr. Geo. H. Nell, was caupht cured Company, of Ohio, was awarded the good citizen with an interesting wife Stocks, bonds and other securities with the three quarts of wine last contract by the State, the company's and baby, will remove to Campbells-ville- . Due from Banks 2 337 32 Thursday night. Geo. Coffey, sheriff, 979 53 Cash on hand bid being 818,329.49. This bid is ?4,- Checks and other cash items and S. F. Coffey, deputy sheriff, were 000 less than the lowest received a few Bankinff House, Furniture and riding out the Burkesville pike on Every one is invited to be pres?nt at .Fixtures 7000 00 weeks ago. The traveling public will Other Assets not included under some business,- and a little this side of be glad to learn that this contract has the box supper to be given at the Gra any above heads; current exthey ran upon Ed, who dy ville sohool on the night of October. pense and taxes paid.........i 490 70 Pettlsfork been closed. was carrying a sack. They stopped, 6. Girls come and bring full boxes $33 969 91 Total examined the saok and found that it LIABILITIES Several of the teachers and .quite a and boys will be there with full pockcontained three quarts of wine. Ed number of pupils of the Lhidsey-Wll-so- n ets. Several musicians will add to Capital Stock paid in: in $15 000 00 ca'........ .....:....... was arrested and brought before went to Todd's Cave last Satur- the attraction. County Judge Jeffries, who sent him Undivided profits less expenses and, day. Quite a number explored the taxes paid 1023 35 Thirteen persons were baptized into Deposits subject to check $14 213 21 14 213 21 jail. cavern. $3 733 , 3 the Columbia Baptist church last Sun- Time Deposits.. Mr. Geo. Coffey, sheriff of Adair $33 969 91 s Total The Sale of the property, of Mr. B,. day afternoon as a result of the recent County, announces 'that he and his iI Set O. Cabbell was well attended last Sat- meeting held by Bev. Carson Taylor, STATE OP KEMTUCKY Countt op Adair urday. Ewes sold for $11.00 per head. The baptising took place below the We W..T. Hendrickson and Chas. D. CampdelL deputies are now riding summoning ' . -- fr. .:" ..V President and Cashier of the abora Hamad Bank, witnecees and Jurors for the coming Sow and seven young pigs brought oki jb6q, Mm now Known as tne'ar.-mir-s' go solemnly swear that the above statement is true circuit court which will openWid' rolIMill. Quite a number or fetthe bestaf ear knowledge and belief. $52.00. Corn sold at 13 per barrel, at W. 7.,aarkk9da. President. netday morning alter the November cribbing time. f rihds wefa plriMt. rOfeM.'D.Caajfeell.Cftahier ' well-know- that all land own A good rebuilt Indian Motorcycle;. ers shall clean .out all Bushes, briars T. G. Basner & Sbij. and filth along the county roads and 50-ctlt all timber that shades said roads CashrOnJhand Bankinjr.Houif Furniture and might fall upon Mllltown Folks Get Married. -- 2 947 '69 o$.deidtlmber that 'Fixtures said roads. So please attend to this $66 526 90 Total. matter at once and avoid trouble. LIABILITIES One day last week Miss Cora SalC. G. Jeffries, J. A. C. C. 'Capital: stock( paid In, in mon, daughter of Mr. E. N. Salmon, ; sT&oooo (Jash..j .. J. ........ 50:2b andMr. Paul Caldwell,, son of Mr. Sdrplna,' Funds.. . 000 00 7 , tThdividediProflts, less expenses Bobt. Lea - Caldwellr weibappily, ' Enlertained at 12 0'CIogK Dlnicr; :and taxes paid r married. Both parties liva In thd '' Deposits Subject to .check 9 to UU 11 Timo Deposits Miiltown community, and they rhava Cashier's checks Outstanding Mrs. L.'C. Hindmanvgave a lovely many N friends. They. .were, united Other Liabilities not 12 o'clock dinner to a number of her away from home, but they have ra- -. ....... ?. ffr.K?''"' friends, Wednesday, at her beautiful of above Loads turned and are nicely situated. ' f06 556 90 home on Garnett Avenue. Courses Total STATE OF KENTUCKY j. Notice Election Officers. were laid fer the following: County of Adair (Set. James Garnett, Olie Bussell, We, J. A. "Wheoler and C. O. Moss Pres ident and Cashier of the above named Bank, do Willie Hynes, Geo. Stults, Lanie StaTo each and every election, officer solemnly swear that the above statement if ples, Bruce Montgomery, Lee Grissom, that may be. holding Keys "to ballot to the best of our rfnowledge and belief. true J. A. Wheeler, President Gordon. Montgomery, Alien Walker Boxes, and election seals, yon will . C. O. Moss, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me tuis 22nd and Quit Hindman, of Mllltown. please send or mall them in to the day of Sept. 1922. County CourT Clerk's office at once, " My commission expires? Feb. 9, 1936. H&N Stock. W. M. Wilmore. rloUry PublioVl and save cost of buying new one3f Please act at once and oblige, Eespt., B. B. STanesT " l " Our hcse is fall of new things In 'Wi&''Picfeef. S. C. Neat. Clerk A. C. C. Directors Dry Goods, Ready to wear Goods, No Walke- r- Crawford. tions, Fsrnishings, Rags, etc. A large $51180 31 65 00 4 264 63 2 406 62 2t s -i- f- - - y- - $ Mes-dam- es The following announcemenr received at this office. It is from the Bates County, Mo . Democrat, of recent date: has-bee- n Edwin Q. Walker-- of B: irrt, Mo. and Mrs. Maude Crawford, v Colombia, Ky.. were married Monday afternoon by D. G. Newsome." The bride and groom are both natives of Adair county, Ky. Mrs. Crawford lived at Garlin, and went to Missouri about two months ago. Her maiden name was Cofer and this is her fourth marriage. The groom Is a son of the late Dr. T. Q. Walker and he left Columbia many years ago. This Is Kfs third marriage Elsie Young conveyed to Boy Base ner, last Wednesday, the and grounds formerly owned' by Bryct. ant & Burton, In the The consideration Is private. Mr. Basner will erect a firstclass machine shop and will also build a residence? on the lot mill-housMill-distri- -- 35-- 731-3- . .., -- A election. tnslog. . DvlUaebH are scarcer in Co-ttmb- ia tbM mnteefore. known. of'S. L, - Jeffries, West "Branch, Iowa, Sept 26th, a son. son of Mrs; Omera Mr Jsflfrea ii' ' and a brother of County Jeffries, C. G. Jeffries. Judge, - 'Bon, to tbt wife Mr. W.G. McKinky faaj left at this day of Se. MSI, '" ' 'jry.Ceawi'ssionEriimreb.ifciW. office a stalk of Murwr Beta, a stock EdwiriH.K94TPaWlc. is a very thrifty product, feed. '' ' "' ' and Mr. McKintey says that it is much better feed thu the sey bean It -- Pi supper at Jeaafon MboollMtiM nest Srtufcy.iIW;,. Oct.v7; .Every-bod- attain engage ia,trw oakery business. y Mr. Jo Nance has returned, to Columbia, and Ib.ts rumored that he; will VUHotiMK; j.w. Kakr, UtIU. Proc tu ioo tcc'm n lIreo ' aiuua. He throughly ,.undir3Uidi culiinary p- - w ? . . ADAIR COUNTY EWS The Strength Qf The Fines Edfcon Marshall Author ofTfyjVifce of ttePaclc' IUurfration kg I did yo jget the idea that the old woman waif Linda 7" "I didn't get., that Idea." Barney an swered.- m.- - Irwin Mtjew i might a young girl." "And how do you get there?" "Buy a ticket for Deer Creek, in southern Oregon." There was no need for Bruce to write the name. It was branded, ineffaceably, In his consciousness. "Then take up the long road of the Divide, clear to a little store Martin's, .they call It fifty miles back. Then ask directions from-therAsk, she told me to fell ,you, for Mrs. Ross." Brace leaped up and turned swiftly through the door. Barney, galled a question to his vanishing' figure. Just for an instant Bruce nirned his dark eyes glowing beneath his straight e. . '"She spoke of Linda as' she "mm Sxtrn Serthzis Demanded Firestone Cords Predominate WHEREVER the exac- . itkT these you will. find Firestone Cords are most severe of tires mMliMK. brows. "I'm 'phoning asking tions on the first train west," he CHAPTER 11 for reserva- BOOK ONE THE CALL OF THE BLOOD " . not she's a relation of yours. But I'll begin at the 'beglnnlig. You know I Bruce "was wakened by the sharp was way back on th Oregon frontier .ring of Ms telephone bell. Instantly back in the Cascade. I was flBhlng he was fully aroused, In complete con- for steelhead In a rhier they call the trol of all his faculties. And this la Eogue. While way up on the upper not especially common to men bred in waters I heard of a place called Trail's the security of civilization. Rather End a place where vise men do not It Is a trait of the wild creatures; a go." little matter that Is quite necessary "And of course youwent?" If they care at all about living. Fron"Of course. The name sounds silly tiersmen learn the trait, too; but as now, but it won't if you ever go there. Brucek was a dweller of cities .it There are only a fewjfamllies, Bruce, seemed somewhat strange in him. miles and miles apart in the whole Then he grunted rebelliously and region. And it's en rmous no one glanced at his watch beneath the pil- knows how big. 3ust ridge on ridge. low. He had gone to bed early; It One day my .guide stopped at a broken-dow- n was just midnight now. old cabin on the hillside for a He had no doubts whatever concerndrink of water. I was four miles ing tie nature of this call. There had away In camp. The aulde came back been one hundred like It during the and asked me if I wai from this very previous month. His foster father had city. recently died, his estate was being set"I told Mm yes, and asked tled up, and Bruce had been having a he wanted to know. I ie said that this somewhat strenuous time with his old woman sent vvo d, secretly, to creditors. He understood the man's every stranger that ame to fish or real financial situation at last; at his hunt in the region pf Trail's End, death the whole business structure wanting to know if they came from collapsed like the eggshell it was. here. I was the first one that anBruce had supposed that most of the swered 'yes.' And the guide said debts had been paid now; he won- that she wanted me to come to her dered, as he fumbled into his bedroom cabin and see her. slippers, whether the thousand or so "I went and I won.' describe to you dollars that were left would cover the how she looked. X'll flet you see for claim of the man who was now call- yourself, if you care tb follow out her ing Mm to the telephone. Instructions. And nw the strange "TMs Is Mr. Duncan," he said coldpart comes 1b. The did witch raised ly Into the transmitter. her arm, pointed her cane at me, and "How do you do, Mr. Duncan," a asked me If I knew ITewton Duncan. voice answered. "Pardon me If I got "I told her there might be several you up. I want' to talk to your son, Newton .Duncans in a city this size. You should have seen the pain grow Bruce." gasp of on her face. 'After so long, after so Bruce emitted a little amazement. Whoever talked at the long!' she cried, in the queerest, sobend of the line obviously didn't know bing way. Then she took heart and f that the elder Duncan was dead. began again. " This Newton Duncan had a son Bruce had a moment of grim humor named gruce, she told in which he mused that this voice a foster-so- n wouffl have done rather well if it me. And then I said I knew you. could arouse Ms foster father to an"You can't imagine the" change that swer it "The elder Mr. Duncan died came over her. I thought she'd die last month," he answered simply. of heart failure. The whole thing, There was not the slightest trace of Bruce if you must know gaye me emotion' in Ms tone. No wayfarer on the creeps. 'Tell him to come here,' the. street could have been, as Jar i she begged me. 'Don't lose a moment As soon as you get home, tell him to facts went, more of a stranger to come here.' there was no sense of loss at his d and no cause for pretense now. "Of course I asked tahy she hadn't is Bruce speaking." written to Duncan. The answer was TTo Tioorfl ''i ttio nthor irncn Simple enough that she didn't know man, I'm sorry," hi contrite, yj how to write. Those in the mountains 5ame. "I didn't know of your that could write wouldn't, or couldn't This is Barney Barney JVeganshe was a trifle vague on that point dispatch a letter. Something is up, I just got in from the West Bruce, and I don't know what. But had a. bit of news for months, my earnest sympathies" she said for you to come back and "Barney! Of course." The delight find Linda." grew on Brace's face ; for Barney We- Bruce suddenly leaned forward. gan, a man whom he had met and The browp face had grown quite ' learned to know on the gym floor of white. his club, was quite near to being a real "What else did she say?" Bruce friend. "And what's up, Barney?" asked: He spoke slowly with evident The man's voice changed at once difllculty. went back to its same urgent but Barney answered with the same rather embarrassed tone. "You won't slowness each word distinct "For believe me if I tell you, so I won't try you to come and she made me swear to tell you over the 'phone. But I to tell you on the first train. That 'must come up right away. May I?" "Of course" TJI be there in a minute." Brace hung up, slowly descended to his library, and flashed on the lights. For the first time he was revealed plainly. His was a familiar type; but at the same time the best type, too. He had" the" face and the body of .an athlete, a man who keeps himself fit; and there was nothing mawkish or about him. It is true that men did look' twice at Brace's eyes, face, never set in a brown, clean-cu- t knowing exactly why they did so. They had startling potentialities. They were quite clear now, wideawake and cool, yet they had a strange depth of expression and shadow that, might mean, somewhere beneath the bland and cool exterior, a capacity'for great emotions and pasI hlm-.wh- CHAPTER Copyrighr by Uttlei Drown, and Co "I won't be a mystery long. He's not eh that's what the old "hag said. Excuse me, old man, 'for saying 'hag.' But she was one, if tlere is any such. Lord knows who she's, or whether or i Before came over the land Bruce Duncan had started westward. He had tfo at the lightning decision. He was only strangely and deeply exultant The reasons why went too deep The Mending and tempering within him to be easily seen. In the cord pf rubber, ghm-dxppe- d first place, It was adventure and air-ba- g construction, cure all Bruce's life had not been very adventurous heretofore. Then there was a these mileage methods have that sense of immeasurable relief at his sudden and unexpected freedom from the financial problems his father had left. He would have no more with impatient creditors, no more would he strive to gather together the. ruins of the business, and attempt to salvage the small remaining fragments of his father's fortune. He had no plans, he didn't know which way to turn. All at once, through the message that Barney had brought him, he had seen a clear trail ahead. It was something to do, something at last that mattered. Finally there remained the eminent fact that this was an answer to his dream. He was going toward Linda, at last The girl had been the one living creature In his memory that he had cared for and who cared for him the one person whose interest in Mm was real. Linda, the little "spitfire" of Ms boyhood, had suddenly become the one reality in his world, and as he thought of her, his memory reviewed the few impressions he had retained of Ms childhooh. First was the Square house the orphanage where the Woman had . turned him over to the nurse in Governors' Letter Praising Pool. own fault 11 ne does nt And so wen has Fire- stotferesponded under difficult so consistently as mileage mounted to totals im& possible to obtain from rigty tires that today Most igpes per Dollar is the buying of thmkmlg motorists The hard jobs seek Fire- - keen developed by men whose Hie work is the, production of constantly increasing tire val- uas for the public Users in this vicinity verify Firestone reputation, and y 9omc new p 3 ffceatooe record of extra tsKxe travelled, Don't b6 satisfied to buy tires boy values the longest mileage at the lowest price sistent with such reliable formance. Make Motft Miles per Dollar your principle of tire economy choose your next tire oh rc-ftm. dis-condxtkms per-cVci'wbe- con-skg-an ie. 1 basis. consul-tatlon- Sj MOST per Miles DOLLAR s . "HMWi - GnmDipped Cords . not obtain idge was a private citizen in 1916 He cited the and not a candidate for office. charge. Sometimes, when tobacco smoke was heavy upon him, Bruce could catch a very dim and fleeting glimpse of the Woman's face. It was only a glimpse, only the faintest blur in half-tonand then quite gone. Yet he never gave up trying. e, 1 - jMlitC sions. A He .had only a few minutes to wait; then Barney Wegan tapped at his door. TMs man was bronzed by the sun, ..never more fit never straighter and taller and more lithe. He had just - come 'from the far places. The that Bruce had detected in Ms face and man.in his voice-wa- s ner, too. "You'll think Tm crazy for Touting The Man's Voice Brok& and Changed. out at this time of night, Bruce," "Isn't That Qutsf, Bruce?" ,he began. "And I'm going to get this matter off my chestas.sooq as possible' there was no time to lose." ' The man's and let you.go tolled. It's all batty, voice broke and changed. "Isn't that ' anyway.4 But I was' cautioned by all queer, Bruce?" Brace'slowiy stiffened; the only sign to see. you the the devils of .tha-deeof emotion was-on- e v moment I came here.' that even Barney's. ,,vi eyes, trained to the dimness pf smqking-stand,- " , :pigarettes on the derness, failed to see. It was just an. Bruce" said steadily, "And tell away. clasp of his hands over "But tell me something first Was Duncan your real father? If he was, the chair arms until ,the blue veins ; .111 Know I'm up q wrong free. I don't stood put. There was nothing else '.about him to indicate that the" dead "jxnean to be personal " ofjthe ,. "He wasn't I thought it J ball spoken toofhlhrithat one.coming great dreams his life 'iwas ,w'vCMy real father Is something like, you true; He spoke rather, palpfullyP'Dld . ,,- you . - the-wi- ever-tighteni- - -- yori-kne- I his own price. Hopkinsville, Ky., Sept. 19. case of the burley growers, who New is still a senator, and secJudge R. W. Bingham of Louis- in 1921 received as low as a quar-e- r ondly, Beveridge's reputation as ot a cent a pound for the pro- an orator was great enough to ville, beginning a week's campaign in Western Kentucky here ducts of long months of toil, but demand his presence outside his e The few times that her own state. None but a partial did come to him, it brought Monday af tereoon in the interest who this year, under a number of things with it One of Hoosier would ever want to hear them- was a great Aid overwhelming of tne Dark Tobacco Grower's marketing, have already receivrealization of some terrible tragedy association created much enthus- ed twice as much as their entire Harry New speak. and terror the nature of which he The Indiana partisan exhibits iasm by reading the following crop last year. could not even guess. temper, and "She's been through fire," the nurse letter from Governor Morrow; A rally at Glasgow recently, his customary bad told the doctor when he came In and "I unhestatingly indorse the addressed by Congressman Bark-le- reveals himself at his true size.' the door had closed behind the Woman. politician die3 he Bruce did remember these words, be- movement now. under way in was attended by 1,000 grow When a selfish cause many years elapsed before he he is the deadest thing on earth, Kentucky looking! to ers. completely puzzled them out. The Western nurse hadn't meant such fires as swept and what he die3 carries no inthe formation of a A 90 per cent sign-u- p is prethrough the fluence with his friends. For forests of the Northwest. It was some association of dark tobacco grow dicted for Trigg county, and other, dread fire thajb seared the spirit every more than 32 per cent already the reason we do not think it and burned the bloom out of the face era' Association. From will hurt Beveridge's prospects and all the gentle lights out of the section of the Bluegrass I have has been pledged in Lyon. eyes. It did, however, leave certain to have his vanquished opponent lights, but they were such that their heard nothing but good reports Ninety-fiv- e per cent of those withhold his voice on the stump remembrance brought no pleasure to from the members of the burley present at a rally at the Morgan-tow- n this fall, but it will certainly Bruce. They were "just a wild glare, a fixed, strange brightness as of great association and it is freely pre court house, where W. H. fear or insanity. dicted by men of the highest "Rogers, of Bowling Green, and bury. M. New. Ehzabethtown The Woman had kissed him and News. gone quickly; and he had been too business sagacity that the burley O. B. Gresdler, of Owen county young to remember if she had carried association will continue to grow spoke, signed contracts after the Cannon balls, abandoned by any sort of bundle close to her breast Yet, the man considered, there must in usefulness and in service to General John C. Fremont in his meeting: have been such" a bundle otherwise those who grow and sell the crop. expedition to California in1844 he couldn't possibly account for Linda. And there were no doubts about her, A Poor Loser. "From every standpoint it apwere uncovered recently by a i at all. Of course he had no memories of pears to me that the prospector searching for gold her that first, day, nor for the first plan of mdrketing one of KenPeople everywhere like what in a small ravine not far from years. But all later memories of the Square house always included her. tucky's chief crops will solve one they term a good loSer, but no- Fales Hot Springs in Mono counShe must have been nearly four years problems, where better than in politics. ty, California. Freemont's diary younger than himself; thus when he. of the State's chief was taken to the house she was only produce more stability in the The politician worth while is the records that on January 28, 1844, an infant But thereafter, the nurses obliged to leave put them together 'often;, and When price and bring a very great man who can smile with the ma he was was able to talk, she called him measnre of good to all concern jority against him, and he is like his point Linda in Deep Creek, something that sounded like Bwova-bowise the man who is likely to This is eight miles north of She called him that so often that ed. for a long time he couldn't be. sure "It is my judgment that the come back at some future time, where the cannon balls were dis that wasn't his real name. Now, in plan is no longer but the fellow who takes defeat covered. It is supposed General manhood, he interpreted. ' "Brother Bruce, of course. Linda a theory: it has demonstrated it with a grouch is merely digging Freemont abandoned his howit was of course a sister." . zer ammunition as of no further Linda had been homely; even a), self by its work. For this and his own grave. small boy could notice that. Besides,' glad A case in point is that of Sen- use. Linda was nearly six when Bruce had for any other reasons I am left for good; and he was then at an to add my indorsement of the ator New of Indiana, who was age In which impressions begin to1 The massacre of the Christians pribe lasting. Her hair was quite blond, movement looking to,the organi- defeated in the Republican grows more appalling from then, and her features "rather irregular.' zation of the dark tobacco grow-ersl- maries a few weeks ago by forSmyrna and surrounding country But there had been a light in her eyes Kentucky into a mer Senator Beveridge. Asked By Ms word, there had been! as the full details of tha Turkish She had been angry at.him times in by the Republican campaign association " plenty ov,er some childish' gam atrocites become known. It is Attorney General committee of the state to speak now estimated that 240,000 he remembered how that light had Former grown and brightened. She had. flung introduced for his succesful opponent, Mr. Christains have been murdered Breathitt at him too. He laughed at the James memory of her sudden, explosive fero- Judg Bingham, wjio advised New replied with a snarl that he and 28,000 Christian women and citythe way her hands had smacked growers to study the enntracts would take the same route as girls of Smyrna have been sent against his cheeks, and her sharp little nails bad scratched him "Little Spit- carefully before they pledged that of Beveridge in 1916 when back to the Turkish army and fire," he sometimes called her; but he (New) was a candidate. Pono one else could .call her anything their acres, emphasized the fact divided among them. but Linda. F.or Bruce had been ah that' the contracts 'run for five litical prdgnoaticators recalled at able, little fighter jsven in those days. Beveridge only E. B. Hemphill, former county years and that members must once ." Z CONTINUEDON PAGE 6 adhere-rigidl'to the procedure made one speech in the State, Superintendent of Knox county, but confined his oratorical efforts was indicted'because of an allegIftUiomrlS. , Hart, mbvieVabtor, outlined," Heretofore the memthe western, states. ed shortage of $1 0,000 lp: his acis- - to" pay 'wife, $500,000 in ber fixed the price for the to. to a.tpur of Well in the first place Bever counts. bacco and now it is .the farmers settlement' of alimony claims. memory-pictur- y, far-spre- ad ever-gree- n x o. of ! e-- and that y . - v J--t- - - ...- - Cj NJk3 .- . t? ?i'.i.j i '. r." : .. . WW,. i.i i t '' "ipJ . '. i . '"' ADAIR COUNTTTNEWS ; 4t 7' 3 ARMY IN NEED OF MORE FLYERS Free for cmr leaders. We have made arrangements whereby every housewife who reads this paper can obtain a Secretary of War Says United copy of "Reliable Recipes"' y States Is Lagging in March free of charge by simply abso-lutel- Woodson Lewis & Son GREENSBURG, vr of Aviation. writing the Home Economics Department! of the Calumet BakCo., 410028 Street, Chicago, III. Pill-more KENTUCKY. STUDIES AVIATION IN EUROPE ing Powder General Mitchell Reports Result of Two Months' Investigation Abroad Legislation Needed Requiring Inspection of Airplanes. "Reliable Recipes" coi itains 76 pages of recipes and othi r information appreciated by Wery housewife. It is illustrated in Washington. For the tine being at colors and will prove quite helpleast the United States Is lagging behind the march of aviation progress. ful in preparing the daily mfenu. This Is, however, a condition which We have also made arrangemust and will be remedied if Secretary of War Weeks has anything to ments with the' Calumet Biking say In the matter1 and he has. Co. whereby theirCHome The secretary of war lately declared Powder that, the European nations, particularly those of them like Great Britain and France, that have attained the utmost degree of efficiency In the flying art on the military as well as on the commercial side, are spending much more money In the development of aviation, are developing superior .types of machines and in general are quite a few steps in advance of the United States. Studied Aviation Abroad. The secretary of war is making a study of the status of aviation here and abroad with a view to putting the United States in the forefront of the march. He received lately from Brig. Gen. William Mitchell, assistant chief of the aviation service, the re sult of two months' investigation the latter has made of conditions in Europe. - Automobile Tire Sale. ??' Kelley-Springfield Economics Department . will and Miller 30 x 31 $11.92 31 cheerfully answer all questions pertaining to cooking, kitchen eqipment, etc. There is abso lutely no charge for this service .1 Write the Home Economics Department of the Calumet Baking Powder Co., 4100 28 Fillmore St., Chicago, 111. today for a opy of "Reliable Recipes . --MILLER - KELLY 30x3 $10.32 x4 7.84 ' 10.00 $19.20 17.40 Tubes $1.25 Up. Chevrolet J s Automobiles. f. o. b Interesting Things About Schools. Incidentally Bill Mitchell, one of the veteran flyers of the country, told the secretary of war of a unique experience he had the other day in the vicinity of Detroit when making a flight from Chicago. General Mitchell ran into a thunder cloud which had a length of at least 120 miles. e General Mitchell had never In his prevl'j experience ran Into a storm of tl'-- size. Thunder clouds, always a deterrent to aviators, usually measure about twenty miles and by flying on the edge of them the aviator can get into the open in short time. After skirting the edge of this cloud for some eighty miles General Mitchell found that It extended still forty miles. As. the schools are opening here this month the following facts will be of special interest: Out of every hundred pepple who enter public schools only fifteen get through high school and fewer than three finish-co- l lege. More than five million persons three millions of whom are native born, over ten years of hge can neither read nor write'ithe I simplesfwords. Abput 122,000 teachers out of a total of 620,000 leave the profession annually and their places are filled by inexperienced people- . Utility Coupe Touring Roadster - - Commercial Chassis at at at at $680.00 525.00 510.00 425.00 " Flint. Michigan. " r Complete Line of Men's and Young Men's Clothing Mens Fall Suits, $18.75, $21.00, $26,25, $30.00 and $33.75. V - Discussing his visit with General who had just completed a trip 'from McCook field, Dayton, 0., to Boiling field, Secretary Weeks said that General Mitchell believes that stricter examination and licensing Is the great prerequisite to the development of commercial aviation In the United States. Before the general public can feel assurance regarding commercial air routes the secretary said there must be legislation that provides rigid Inspection ,of airplanes and the licensing of pilots. Federal regulations are deemed the most appropriate, as these would eliminate discrepancies In laws and conduce to uniformity. Encourage Commercial Aircraft. From the standpoint of the War department the development of commercial aircraft should have every encouragement for the reason that It would provide for the army a great reserve of competent pilots and officers In any national emergency. At the present time there Is no law providing forythe Inspection or regulation of pHots or their machines when engaged In commercial service, and thhgfact, the secretary of war has given rise to many of the accidents that have occurred. As an example of the degree of safety which may be attained In commercial flying the secretary of war Instanced the fact that one commercial line operating between Miami, Flai, and Nassau has carried 50,000 to 100,000 passengers without an accident The same company that opu route is, now erates the interested In developing an air route between Detroit and Cleveland by way of the lake. Mitchell, be-llev- Crossett, Nonn Bosh and Peters Shoes. All The percentage of men teach ers in the United States has fallen from 43 per cent in 1890; to t 16 per cent in 1918. The public schools of the United States cost about $76,000,-00- 0 a year. GREENSBURQ, KENTUCKY. The average child enrolled lin the public schools attends 120 days during the school term, about three- - fourths of the time. Abscence costs the United Stages tion and asking what should be Miss Blanche Gill, daughter of The 47 miners, who were en- Course of Study Sanford Barb, Hen$195'000,000 annually. ry Hancock. done that this great Democrat late H. P. Gill died at The Hos- tombed in the Argonaut mine, at Methods of teaching Agriculture-Le- wis Organized Labor. very sarcasticaliy suggested that pital. in Sherman Texas. Sept. Jackson, California, August 27th Coffey. he would recommend that they 9, 1822. She was born and rear- were found, all dead. A note Methods of teaching Writing Myrpinned on one of the bodies tle Huddleston. It is claimed in a great many vote the Republican ticket again. ed near Columbia. newspapers and announced, by The Democrats judging by past Mr. C. Jerrie Gill, of Ardmore, showed that ihey died five hours What Books should be In the Disnumerous labor leaders tnat O- experinces have very little con Okla., wife and seven children, after they were entombed ' from trict Library J. L. Hatfield, Mrs, W. B. Hoviousi rganized labor has at last cut fidence in their support of the visited his sister, Mrs. W, D. poisoned gas. How to assign Reading Lessons loose from the Republican party the Democratic ticket and the Bridgewaters the last days of Azro Hadley, Mrs. Nannie Roach. The coal situation in Kentucky, and will throw its full strength Republican party which has August. Returned via. Irving-to- n which has Who Shall Use the Teacher's Librabeen made quite disryAssociation. against it in the November elec- kicked them often doesn't seem to visit Mrs. Gills father and tressing by the shopmen's strike, J. Y. Dudley, Chairman tion. The straw that broke the to care a continental what" they mother. is now improving. The L. & N. by F. E. w. camel's back, it is claimed, wns do in the November election, Henry Hancock, Sec. announces that its shop force Of Interest to Woman. the Daugherty injunction in the Organized labor long since Noah Loy, will soon be normal and all coal Azro Hadley, pulled i s own fangs politically BIRTHS FEWER; DEATHS GAIN shopmen's strike. will be received and delivered by H. 11. Nearly 300 inventions by wom- promptly. This is the old mare's nest speaking and in elections is givCensus Bureau Reports Shrinkage in V .. Mrs. Allye Cundlff, which has been revamped for so en no more consideration than a en were patented in England last New Arrivals in First Quarter byN.L. An 82 year old inmate of the of Year. year. many years that the general pub- whipped cur. NewB. county farm at Muskogee, Okla., Every teacher Is required to attend-thiWashington, D. O. The birth rate lic pays but little attention to it. The dyeing of rare and costly association or teach an extra day. was ousted for making liquor. Is declining and the death rate in- Organized labor divided its vote Oriental rugs is done mostly by Ky. Gresham, F. E. Webb, creasing, according to statistics made ! the women public by the census bureau covering against W. J. Bryan in three Supt. Adair County Public Schools. folk. Atlair County Teacher's Assecia the first quarter of the year. elections, when he was always Vancouver, B. C,,' has a taxi, The birth rate in the states from tion. Sarah Wilson, daughter of Carwhich comparative figures are avail- labor's most outspoken champion. cab company awned and operated HIBSS-JHEaioline and James Wilson, was T3Dn able shdws ah average of 23.3 for each To be.hel at Adair County Court divided again against Wilscm bornOet 1, 1846. Died Sept. 7, wholly by women. of population in the first thousand It 'three months of 1922, compared with for Hughes, when the President A new paper in the interests of House, on Saturday, October. 14, 1922, Weak, Ailing 1922. Was married to Tom 1$53 In 1921, while the mortality average In the registration area In the had given unmistakable evi- - Gaines Oct. 9, 1825. To this Swedish womeu is now published beginning at 8.30 o'clock, a. m. All WOMEN patrons cordially invited. mm first quarter of this year was 13.7, dence oi nis irienasnip tor or union were' born two children. in Gottenburg. s against 12.6 In the same period last Singing Independence's Choir. should take IS A fashionable woman of I860 Devotional Exercise Rev. year. ganized labor. In 1920. after She was married to James D. R. V. North Carolina, with 29.2, reported the Democratic party had adopt- - SpillmanOct. 19, 1892. She ac would not pay more than a dol- Bennett. the highest birth rate for the first three months this year, and the state edtheAdamson law, and had cepted Christ early in life. Unit lar for "a fine straw, hat. Address Supt. F. E. Webb. of Washington, with 16.5, the lowest, The Duty of the Teacher J. "V. The Virginia League of WomThe District of Columbia had Jh'e. been instrumental in more than ed with thef Presbyterian church Dudley. i highest mortality rate, with 17.0, fifiU doubling the wages of organized at the age of sixteen. She leaves en Voters has been using radio How to deal with the older pupil Wyoming the lowest, with 9.6. labor, the unions went to the one sister, Mrs Ben HcCIary of to broadcast a coarse on citizen- who is behind in his work Noah Loy. GtanC Found Bone$ of ship. ' polls and voted solidly against Benton, Tenn.; one brother, Tiis Woman's Took y Primary Methods Mrs. w. J. CunMexico City, ilex. The department ojf agriculture has received from nn the Democratic ticket. The Worcester ;(tf us) Wom- dlff and Cdrrinnt RippHoe, Wilson, seven grandchildren, agent On Tiburon island. Gulf of Cali Sold EverywWe It-i- s Th duty of thi Parent L. Win liot surprising when a la- five great grand children, and a en's club has" a thousand mem Kn fornia. ti skeleton of n primitive. C 13 Rjfan mJJrthan ten vpJ- tnij. It was Jp to Mr. McAdoo host of friends and relatives to bers and possesses I clubhoaeei t fetf leader wrote few days aso. Otiier bones bor . ound I fTT3TBgrtT-fitj of fo'lowlng the Th coiting $82,000. of similar size have been encountered, complaining ui b02xQ llbor COIldi- - mourn her departure. Kinds Of Farm Machinery. WOODSON LEWIS & SON Miami-Nassa- x E-To- wn s Plil m 1 CAM -- v Po-le- - r. J TjiL-- . J, . fla N .- - , a? THE ADAIR COUNTYNBWS - '"-- . - (Pitfelished On Tuesdays t J Colan6i&i Kentucky- L, Congreii adjourned last week after the President had signed the new tariff' bill; which increases your taxes. ' . The Democrats of Adair coun ty have one month ty perfect an A? DAISY HAMLETT, organization iu the Appellate and Congressional contests, The ADsjocrtlc Newspaper devoted to! the 'oJfCoIambialftnd the People of tie city work should be kept up until the e Adair and aajoInlnsSCotuiUes. election. Voters must become put into m, second interested before pep is Tiakred tithe Coltunba a political fight T Let every i m&n Batter. Democrat, men ana women, go TUESDAY OCT. B 1922 to work. m.MURREt-ioiTOB ?. In-ten- et Post-offi- ce can candidate for Appellate tM Judge, is speaking over the disAQ Subscriptions are due and (Payable In Ad trict and perfecting orgahiza-tionHe addressed a large Monday, the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. crowd at Liberty first day of Casey circuit court. We have been warning the DemFor Judge ol Court of Appeals, ocrats over the district for the Third .District. last month, and up to now but A D. A. McCANDLESS, & of Muufordville. little dust has been created by them. Get busy, iStivity musjLj Recently,there was a reunion For Congress, be in evidence from now until of the Page;family of Adair Eighth District. v' f the election. county at the home of Mr. and EALPH GILBERT, Hoy, . who live. .V,; of Shelby ville. Senfctoromiflfr teen, of Geor Mia. , rai Cane.- Valley community. gia, is no more." He miJiA UtJAb in the IU1CU ad uts MONDAY'S SPKING. There' was an abundance of good home jim:; Washing ton' D. C, ear Monday was County Court and ly last Tuesday miming. He things to eat, and the, day was 'a'l&rge crowd .was in'tqwn, maoy mui.G yewpjdianja.habeen a most' nappily spent. The followto trade and a large number to .political disfcurber since he reach ing P'ges and their descendants ' 3. were present: i hear Congressman Gilbert and ea V majority. T i it ms Judge D. A. McCandlesa pf esent; he had W; C: Van Hoy, wife and chiljtlwir .claims for support Mr. many admirers, and was hard to dren; Ray Page, wife and chilGilberCior lief eat before the people of Geor- - dren; Mrs. R. B. Watson and McSiriaiessj; ;'gress and Judge gia. lie nauwrveu iJtae zzfUBv children; Roger Page, wife and who is the Democratic candidate was the nominee for Vice Presi- children; Willie Page, mte and for Judge of the Court of Ap- - dent of the United'Sates by: the children; Ray Smith and wife; parts in 1896, Laura Page and children ; Ruel t.i Mr.. Gilbert was the first speak-je- r and in. 1904 he was nomi- Page, wife and children; .Fannie and he was introduced by Mr. nated forthe Presidency of the Wade and son; Emma Page; IrJ. R. Garnett in a feff United States by ttte People's win Fraser and wife; Mrs. Mary words. J. Blakeman; Gordon Montgomparty. ery, wife and children Mrs, was filled when The court-rooOur Washington correspondent Hannie Banks; Junius Hancock, Mr. Gilbert arose and commenced his address and he held the writes us that the new wool tar- wife and son; H. B. Idgram and crowd until he had finished. In iff is so outrageous that it will wife; Mrs. C. G. Jeffries;. Braxbeginning he paid a high com- take almost a billion dollars each ton Massie, wife and daughter; pliment to the Democrats of year in additional prices, over Horace Massie, wife and chilAdair who stood by him in his 'what they should be. from the dren; Claud Callison, wife and race for a seat in Congress. A pockets of the consumers. This children; James F. Montgomery; great deal of his time was taken amount alone, in four years, Ray Montgomery, wife and baup in giving an account of his would pay the entire ill for the by; Bruce Montgomery, wife stewardship, how he voted on soldiers' bonus. The people, and children; Mrs. Frances important measures coming be- who would like to see the boys Montgomery and children; Eufore Congress. His services in get the bonus, will have to pay gene Rice, wife and daughter; securing pay for deceased sol- this bill, and yet the soldiers John W. Miller, Mrs. Chat will go without their recompense. Browning and children; Mont diers' families and pensions for the living. He spoke at length One of the most ironical frauds Page; T. T. Tupman and wife; on the recent Republican tariff in the wool tariff is the fact that Howard Russell, wife and baby; bill which the farmers of the it taxes as pure wool every fake Mrs. Junius Edrington, Ben country would have to pay. The and fraud that by an stretch of Grant, wife and children; Bob biil will make the farmers poor- the truth can be classed as wool. Feese and wife; Cleve Thomas, er and the rich richer. It was a A workman's blue winter shirt, wife and children; Agnes harp; splendid andress from, start to which he fondly thinks is wool, James Edwards; Henry Johnson finish, and all Democrats could has placed on it a duty of 108 and wife; Hary Helen Patteson; not fail co endorse it. He closed per cent, though there is no real Phil Sherrill, wife and children; wool in it. To call it wool is an Jodell Robertson; Mrs. Annie by paying tribute to Judge who followed him after insult which even a sheep should Feese and daughter; Sam Smith, being introduced in appropriate resent. The goods used to make wife and children; Sallie Sublett; language by Mr. Ray Mont- these Bhirts usually' contains Willie Hancock, Gene W. Rice-gomery. Judge McCandless did from 80 to 85 per cent: of shoddy Mrs. Ruel Bridgewater and son; not speak but a short time. He and the remainder is cotton. Mrs. Willie Bob Beard; Mont referred to the work of a Judge Many folks think the word shod Callison and wife; Mrs. Joel Watof the Court of Appeals, and be- dy merely means a po6r grade of son and children; James Squires, lieved that his long term upon wool. That is correct' as far as wife and childred; Horace M'ur-rel- l, wife and son;, Mrs. Artelia the circuit bench, better quali- it goes, but the fact is1 that shoddy is made from the' ragpicker's Durrettand son; James Hood, fied him for the position he was seeking. He did not directly re- rags, pulled to pieces by machin- wife and children; Bun Rice and fer to iis opponent,- Mr. Lilburn ery and again spun and dyed. wife; Walter Ingram, wife and Phelps. Hib speech was also The long fiber and the life of the children; Will A Humphress and well received, and evidently the original wool are gone and the L'children; Mrs EllenlWheat; Mrs. two speeches will put vim into garment in which it is used is of Jennie Coffey; Alma Kelleyj short life, poor qualify and of, Essie Corbin; Willie Banks; st the Democrats. little warmth. The duty on Robertson, Pearl Banks; jA .report comes from Washing-- , wool is put on under pretense of Mat Robertson; Geo. Banks. ton that President Harding will protecting the farmer. It really There were 180 in all present. removes all the protection he has The reunion was given in honor A renot stand for port has gone all over the Unit- against the cheat and the fraud of Mrs. R. B. Watson, who was ed States that it would be no use. All of the farmers need to wear visiting here from Dallas. Texas. woolen garments and buy them for their familes, yet on 7 per GoV. Cole The - weather prognosticate 'BMMtflMd in. the cent of the farmers raise sheep, race for the Diiiieratic Guber-- . comes up with the announcement while" only 3 or 4 per cent have natorial nommi"im''in South v"that there will be no snows this jieeeed primary there wereno large flocks. The tariff j, on the Carolina, wiriter because . raw wool will enrich the wool' wilbe necesawy. iogs in August." tt-- 5 s. a-ha- lf Rc-Unlo- n. SUBSCMPTIONEPBICE: Kentucky Out Ide of Kentucky Mr. Lilburn Phelps, Republi- vill growers abeut 45 million put about 60 millions in the Treasury, and add 473 millions to the, prices of the handlers and man ufacturers of wool and clothing. JJvery fellow gets his cut out of wool jobber, the scourer, the carder, the spinner, the weaver, the clothing manufacturer, jobber and; retailer. Half of this is due to this pyramiding each handier adds his percentage of profit to a higher nrst cost. If a yard of cloth formerly cost him two dollars, his fifty per cent profit causes him to sell it for three dollars a profit of one dollar. But if that cloth now costs him three dollars and he adds fifty per cent for profit, he makes a dollar and a half, and the purchaser pays four dollars in place of three doland lars. T tfilHIHHiSMttlliitiWU HHHHHHIHlH!m itthe Order Early .,'5i'v - Get The Best If V , It's A New Style It's In The Royal Sample Lino i,i , UM 3 ,.: ' ". lo, rXl'rXii C Jii-i.-.- . .j.2U',0 :, W. ' Wf W-C.,V- j .)IW.SJ . A i-it - . W3 Zsb W ? MustgSeeiiJtdibeAppreciatedj wS1 ! 'J 01 t -- - . jNotwitnstana-mVHfeviBdictiveh-- sS '' tInvitPd Af Perfect Fit nd StisfactipA Jjaaraiiteed; 'fc-arss e?nfiV45;jmih!Ac 5 aiTdiallv. l v-- . . I T J Bphonex.; " ,:. i Dohoney oJ4i &. if '5 ai:.:?s?;saiM: Hi z BT.l Populist Resident Dealer For 4 "' - . 3x "'JS.IK- '; --'- well-chos- en )- T m Farm for Sale. My CEKEE SAMPLES 60 Snt (fa Beosest acres in grass, 10 acres in woodland, Wear Tailor 3ade QaUies. Ther.i coat no mora tnaa resaz maaer remainder in cultivation. 2 story Esvo tho- middleman's srofit audi dwelling, with porches and hall. kget an EXTRA PAIR Qg PAHTS iijERraa wjerfct.By.r.KX bjuce. Also good cellar, one good feed barn, also tobacco barn that will house 6 vLxaA let ear k.uetta. tsOor Tcrar xnc xca. to 10 acres. Other good outbuildings, Kfmt. ?ex oeec.8ztct.see waai with very good orchard, one never 111"' ii -- . S Mmhmw --vr" tr".'" failing spring. On Columbia and 'jt tomorjow. Campbellsville pike, in 2 miles, of Cane Valley, and 4 miles of Columbia. oBr-Bam- farm consisting of 104 acres, ATSflT) STFLE& BOOS. Of MKTgS XglLOK MADE CLOTHING. 5 t cts. a Cake at Russell & Co's. W. E. Keltner, Columbia, Ky. 48-3- People for Whoom the Best is None Too Good Are always the most enthusiastic cerning the excellence of our con- t Mc-Candl- ess crowd attended Virgil 3 W& aappnn? WC& g Hurt's saleiast Saturday and sold well. Mr. Hurt states that he is perfectly satisfied with the sale. He will leave with his family Notice. in a few days for Colorado Springs, Col. Mrs. Hurt is delicate and the removal will be made on her account, I. have a Carbide Lighting Plant believing that a higher altitude will of my own Invention, that I can sell be beneficial to her. at a greatly reduced price and will guarantee it to wo.k perfectly. See A large ;5oe-5ix-s- Dry Cleuniug and Dying. We have one of the most Efficient very-thin- Remodeling Departments In the country. Furs transformed into the mode very quickly. Men's and Women's garments altered m any way desired. Wejdye Fur Skins and Remodel 'T them in any way. We tailor make Men's or- - Ladies Suits, $50,00 up. Latest Styles. We pay $2.50 railroad fare on every custom-masuit orderod from us. - A Desirable Farm. me. '". de -- My farm on the Russell Springs 47-t.. VSam Bridgewater. Columbia, Ky. - Ar-ve- road, five miles from Columbia, is for sale, and I desire to transfer it as quickly as possible. There are 120 acres in a high state civilization, running water in each' field, compartively a new dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings. Plenty of fruit, of all kinds, and fire wood in abundance. Close to church antf school and in a first class neighborhood. Terms will will be made easy for purchaser. Send' Goods Parcel Post. no Agents. 625-62- We -- have A number of Adair county farmers drilled in oats and some wheat last week, but the work of getting In these two crops will be continued throughout this week. The Teasdale Go. 7 Walnut Street Cincinnati, Ohio. ' Public bale 7, 10 once and Investigate- The New Edison free record- offer. H. Taylor. Call - at re-electi- v . , but' - -- Rev. R Xi. Staamaker, the new pas-to- a at On Saturday; October of the Methodist Ghurcb and famB. O. Hurt, Y o'clock, I will offer'for sale my house ily, arrived last week and this week Ozark, Ky, and lot and household goods, near the will commence housekeeping in the Graded School building, and parsonage, on Burkesville street. Mr. A shipment of Kentucky liquor opposite" Eld. Z. T". Williams- - resi- W. A. Coffey and family who have for Vancouver, valued- at $400;-00- dence. Positive sale. One fourth been occupying the parsonage for 3.mm mw1 uno icau t some time, have removed for the winjuaojr was captured byvdry agents uuwu auu fkn wnn uu l?aan t'.AVma e Pointer. v4. ." ter to apartments in Mrs, D. Ham-lett- 's at Fargo, North Dakota. -49-- 2L ..' residence. The jail atWhiteabury is overVWintei? When you buy that Phonograph, . crowded, aa the grand jury there consider'ithe E&ison, with thV' thou- 3 jot 4, bushels of Xeifef Pears. returned 400 indictments for sands of free records".' Mrs T)aisy,:Hamlett. ', H. .Taylor. violations of the prohibition law. x. 0; uuj. ; - Mrs.-Oni- - '- -' ,"!:' " - T- -' 7- ." .i 4 &rX i- - "Ja - i i . j x MMWHHM - aEIADAlR COUNTY NEWS in a ttry progperots cooainon. ry floeajb crops of cornj hay and 0TJer:,saw, 5 ,s ' ' -- -- - . :J xne cot-W- ha ' ?A 1 II 4T rfVv ahdflrf hjs- - jadgment the South was rapidly coming fco'tta. front. He stated that Mr. C S. Har-- i ris was as busy as a bee and as happy as a lark; and that he' and his fatnilyifgre delighted with the situation, and; - Your Edison Disc 0 that the latch string door was on of. their home, Phonograph Before Oct 15 until i&k '-- - f , the outside. ;;" t Mr. 0. C. Holt, representing a fer. tllizer Company, was. here from Eus, sell Springs a few days ago. Mr. J. W. Parkei, Danville, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. . t 1 JWJ JHcf Mr. W. W. Anderson, Lexington, open Oct. 1st. and to continue for Library to' made a business trip to this place lastf $.. you have played every several years, i- -r Wednesday. I 1 ''si v catalogued record. Mr. W. H. Mitchell, Louisville, was ." here a few days ago 1 a 1 i off buying your Phonograph and Don't I Mr. J, C. Miller, Campbellsville, was ' ;' miss some of best records. This service in Columbia a few days ago. I; iv i l 5 is well worth price of any machine I I Mrs. Rollin Patton, who has beeniln v'-- Louisville for some time, her husband have in stock, and costs you noting. - tj being in school in that city, reached T .r,V: I ' Coats, Coat A .,' r.'Cr -- ., .. j Just receiving Ladies Columbia a few days ago. ' '' -;. A Suits and Dresses, Children and Miss- V. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davipson,' of '. Come Big assortment 'es -- Coats. Liberty, arrived last Wednesday ; night, stopping at the Jeffries Hotel. and see them. - ;v Mr. Davidson is a United States Commissioner and while here had several l cases before him. ..,.rtA!C Mr. Stuart T. Martin, of Lexington; had business in Columbia afewdays Obllaary.' Columbia, Kfentttdtv: ago. . ' i-Messrs. J. E. Osborn and Euclid Barger was born'neafcsEs Mr. H. P. t i.7 Pearson, Bowling Green, were 'here to. TIuk11 Co.. Kv.. Mav.'22. 1858 .arid i " :" C. N. Hobso j Hobson v, . ;;top. ; 7a Zuii LK a few days since. L aiea in ot. Antnony nu8p;oii, uoyus 44 vllle,-wajLWi : Mr. W. H. 'Wells, Shelby vllle, Sept. 21, 1922, making him six" LsFrdcStian:twnecloDQ Aiiliil, n'1 Via TAffflAO TTnflf'lQCh J - .,m n.w. !. w.nn4-Vi- T.4 & ft "1f?.i ?V, xelSUVicu au uus ouiw uuvy. uuijr.iuui.jicia uuiro uiuuuiu ouu i.ncu- :toU.l i5J5t 1, &iit-:Law Attoreeys at Thursday. ty.fninadayaof age. He was the son visltin HIQQt5nS0THAM, Miss Amelia Damron,. who accompa- of Sallie and StepHen Barger. His at . .7 fv. j'i K3ri wis lfcelHade"rb?nl, ISA &&; jj parents both died when he was very erfen'Bank I of jf- Frankfort, Danville, nied Miss Lizzie Harris a portion of She was also at 'Ht Specialty: Practice Id Court Of Appeals v . r t x. eiylgt youngandhe madeJhls, home with Mr. Lexington and French Lick Springs. the way to her home in the Souths reH. P, WiHlSi oJ Joppa, until his marturned last Wednesday. ,stffr3flpg her stay w. ,& ?i is ec. 28, Bernard Mr. ana Mrs. .?tam uuraetw aim riage to Zerlldia E. is ltt. W. 1879- -. To this union were 'born six cHildren have returned from a visit to Veterlaary Suraeon and Denllsl s of - triD and to see his parents, ar it est are living except tff Mr. and Mrs. John T. BurdettOj. par children all of which Point, Miss, . i Special attention given Disease ents of Mf. Sam Burdette, Marlon, Co, one which died in infancy.the JLyr ,. v Mr. Paul Waggener, Louisvlne, is J iBVare E. D. Barger, Br&ttlibbrpt Domestic Animals Defar Mrs Joe Todd, of St. LoujJs.'Mq; -Friend: here for a few days:HJswifeand Vermont? W. B. Barger, KettFalls w ' iWashingon; Mrs. Luttie, May. Smith, arrived last night. 'Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, oo childjenScoinpanledhim! I Why Pool your Tobacco and elimi-nat- e' v .t Mr. Loe Pope, of Charlestoiwri Mo. Glensfork;rMrs. xescown road. J Bgver- Elnora WIlklpsonY Mies Jennie McFarland-spepthe middle man? : Then Vh hothluyybiiriRoof-was here the latter part of last , week. Glensfork; and Miss Mattie Barger, tPhonell4G. aays 01-- lasu wcbk. wiui wia. m. xj. -at i- i . ,r Manufacturer and eliminate1 Columbia. Ky J1 jenxies, wno live out owwu. "ou. Mr. J. M. Frazer, of Danf lky ar- Joppafall of which were present at ing direc from .one speaks of her stay in the country as rived last Friday, to remain, a" few the funeral, except W. B. Barger. middle man, and bank difference? days, combined with business and Baptist church He united with-thvery delightful. J t We are in position to make prompt pleasure. years ago atZion about twenty-eigh- t Caldwell visited Miss Mollle HENRY low price of Mrs. H. W. Depp left Saturday,1 to living a devoted Christian life, serving from our Foundry and can quote you burg last week. On her return she sev- was accompanied by Mrs. J. J. Boiker. visit her daughter, Miss Pauline Allen his church in official capacity at DENTIST $4.22 per Square for Ideal Sunday Dr. Booker came up and, from who Is teaching at Mt. Edon, Spencer j'eral different times. In this home is a vacant chair, and Galvanized Standard Gauge Ajax Brand Roofing. here they went to the Cumberland county-M- r. Gas Giyefij-FQi from his accustomed place, in the evFrank Vigus, a native of Adair Prysbertery held five miles out of In our celebrated Ideal Roofing you get a roof that is Guaranteed Not td Leak, EktFaction'Tof county, and at one time a citizen of ery day walks of life he will be greatly town. missed, not only by his family, but Also special care has been exercised in the coating of this material. Pure Lead Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Page will sfcend Columbia, arrived last Friday afterand Zinc is used Exclusively, making a uniform, elastic, impervious coat of this pure by the entire community. the winter with their daughter,! and noon and stopped at the home of Mr. He was tenderly laid to rest An the material. Absolutely insure the longest life for your roofing and a freedom from; Mr. and Mrs. B. L Myers. J. W. Coy. He left Columbia many C0IiUM3IH, KENTUCKY; sorrowing repairs and constant worry. Insist on a "Copyrighted, Guaranteed, BrandetJ city vears aeo. but he has returned at in cemetery at Columbia, the is hoped .that,, they will-finones departing leaving the grave stay out tervals. He was here about 7 years life" pleasant and when they Roofing," that is real roofing insurance. covered with flowers. visit they will be gladly receiv- ago. He served in the Fedaral army their We can furnish you any desired style of Roofing, also Ridge RoD, Flat Sheets, through the civil war, and ourinfor-matio- n '. i ed op their return;. Would you consider investing $100 is that he was a member of in a Edison Phonograph and receive Metal Shingles, Eave Trough, Conductor Pipe, Etc Write us your wants. W ATTORNEY-AT-IiA- W Mr. Travis Keene, of Bakertbnrt was figure your building. .Samples on request. Capt. 0. B. Patteson's Company. His four thousand records free. b'ere'bbunty Court day. ; Office Second Floor, Court House, friends In Columbia and out in tbe H. Taylor. .Mrs, Jo Knifley and baby, Ellzalbetl county, are giving him a hearty greet: fest Side .Adjoining'Court Room. are visiting In Campbellsville. Dedication. ing. General Donansburg, Ky. Mr. EL. T. temper, ot Burkesville, Mr. Paul Blair and wife, of Akron, ' through-- Columbia Friday en 033 Dedication of Methodist Church at Ohio, are visiting relatives in the route to Louisville. The meeting 'at the Christian Being a member of the Edison LiChristies Chapel, near'knlfley, Ty., county, iv Chew and Smoke . Z. Pickett, Mr.' and Mr. and Mrs:; J. Sunday, Oct. 8, 1922. brary entitles you to play the entire church will probably continue through ,, Mj..Jj.N". Pickett and daughter, Mr. this week. Large crowds attend the catalogue list of Records free. At G. E. Nell's auction sate at Gra- Mrs. Sam Barbee and daughter, Home Product Oil. Own and evenining services, and the minister; H. Taylor. dyville, Saturday, October 7th,.besides spent Sunday with Mrs.. Plcrfett's is given the closest attention. The a large stock of dry goods, he will sell The Court of Appeals has decided song service is, an interesting mother, Mrs. Squires, and her sister feature We respectfully solicit your patron- a number of young cattle and a lot of Mrs. Toll Dohoney, of near Greens-burofficers must have a search war- of the meeting, and the leader. age. By patronizing us you are pat- .mules. Be sure and attend the sale. that a rant to search the person and baggage Miss Warfiner, is receiving many com Better. ronizing a home concern and without, Sparks, of Bed Lickl was on public highways, who pliments on her melodious voice. Her Mr "Buck your "help, we cannot hope to exist. . The ladies of the Methodist church of travelers mixing with his friends are under suspicion of transporting solos are rendered with a spirit that Our gasoline has the, punch you need prepared and spread an elegant supper moves the audience Mrs; G. T. Simpson, of Brewing, for your car, with more milage ner at the, parsonage Wednesday after- liquor. YOUEAVE no appetite. Indigestion, Wind who is the mother of Mrs. N, T.Mer-ce- r, gallon. Our lamp oil does not have noon. Everything was ready for the on Stomach, sick Headache, Please don't ask me to sell you you will find "ma down," Remember ina-sho- rt time I' win calf is visiting in Columbia. the objectionable odor so often com-- - new pastor and family when they school books, tablets, pencils, etc., on on all who owe me past dae accounts. Mrs.' Bettie Hutchison visited a plained about in Kerosene. We, have a credit. , Springs last week. to burn oil ourselves for lights, consedaughter atOEtussell If you owe for goods bought before what you need. They tone the weak stomach, ana build up the system. For Sale. w. I. Inram. July 1, 1922, it Is dae. Look for me, we have your interest) s right Dr. J. W. Thomas, of Hodgenville, quently In our own iome. We have high- native of Adair, was here Monday. I shall try to see you. 1 am the man The tobacco house and other im , grade gas-ostock of merchandise, for fuel, oil engines and Mr. W. J. Biggs, who was born and that thought you would pay you debts Business Phone lEcs. Phcme Road oil for your streets to Groceries, Hardware and Farming Im- provements about the town are mov Cane Talley and who tractors. reared near when I let yon have my goofc. keep the dust down this summer. plements. Best stand in the county. ing along nicely. The Stone front for holds a clerical position at the offices W. Unpranu the Bank of Columbia arrived last N your steam boiler, that is L. M. Smith, and Nashville . R. Fuel oil for of the Louisville week, and the work of placing it will ' Cane Valley, Ky. eeki cheaper to burn than wood. We Co., Louisville, was out last 49-start at once. Every thing Indicates A representative CouiC' day crowd would be pleased to quote you prices with his relatives and :DENTIST-ts a very attractive building. It will was in town Monday, and the on any of "the above products, and r Mr. Frank Vigus, who is now visit- certainly be a costly one. business men eru Mr. Clarence Traylor, with our fair policy of satisfaction or Ar actiye during the day. The Fiscal MiS3., who is in school at Bowling your money back guarantee we are ing here, and who is a native, and Mr. Josh Butler are the only two men In Why not buy that Edison Phono- Court will be in session the rtmalnder Green, came up last week and spent making friends rapidly. THE HOME Office, Front Rooms JefhWBTdg. Adair county who served in Capt. O. graph now, and receive S6.omOO of the week. About the usual amo nnt a day or two with his friend,! Mr. CONCERN. in claims, will be presented and passed! B. Patteson's Company during .the worth of records free? Raymond Goodman, who with his UP STAIRS. H. Taylor. The Garnahan Oii;& Refining Co"., upon. It Is also said that the imcivil war. mother, left Wednesday morning on ' 'Creelsboro, Ky. , ., provements of roads will be discussed their return to Missouri. C. J. Davidson, ipectal Sale. n The largest sale held in Adair counCOLUMBIA, KY Mr. T. C. Htggenbottem, Creelsboro v General Manager. ty ior "many years will.be: pulled off by Mr. Dink Durham, of Tayloi eounty --; spent a day or two here last week. ; 88.6-"'-"WO'RhenQgraplt Receris ioin-a- t G.iE. ell at GradyvlllefccSaturday, received a number of good cattle at ' j; ? --' . .Mr. Foree Hooi returned trom WestJ He paid. October .'.7i Read hfs big advertfse-ment- .. Milltown one day, f f Vi MIsb., 'last week. He Informs . ucau jtb Ji. uinu . sc "Point goqdprIcs,- - ; auuuiuu aniu.. U'&YMig.' &. -published in today ? ... 3gJ: ,v . t. ;3Th'e'News,;$1.50 in Sentuclrjj' Tt'0 So you can join the Edison Library and receive use of several thousand records FREE, the II A ?? . - put KA -- li the the - it '- , i- J Zfli - l7v VV Call and select your Machine now. Price $75.00 to $325.00. Terms if desired. g Russell teC' v - , HERBERT TAYLOR. z c"1 r 4 nrriCAiui r - Hobson Hobson JllIiL Cu s 4- s Frankfort, ?lt a- rlahdJiRiver Pearlsiaiid Wes sejton "Diamorios CreelsborqKy. fottPOBEFn -- 5Jk . . tieMotfc . - Earris on.abrei -- UaJ t Public Announcement. Farmer --- A &. V I not il I - . i the the the e W. DEPP Gr-ens- - shipment the rimp Painless Teeth. son-in-la- It d W. A. Coffey H. C. Gowen & Son. Distributors, Old Taylbr . -- Twist g, It's here-'Mohday- . V Tutt's Pills 13-- B. 1 il Store-house- 13-- A ' Dr. J. Murrell i tf mer-cbai- and-othe- - """ . - -- 2 3fo& sis- last-week- .,.., . - . '' v-'-- ; : '.,i' . V-- . t- ;Vi. - & evt i -- I Vff" ' y ISfe" X&X4XX I - Abm-jbotJNOTira- f- VV T M mil I . me hwhhme Strength of the Pines 1 I 35 By Edison Marshall Author of Br Jif"f"i The Voice of the Pack" Illustrations by Irwin Myers .56 Copyright b mmwBhK vflBKvEPCIHIBft oj LI 11 4( Cf BaL No one'dbuld look twice at that mas sive physique and question its might. He seemed almost gigantic In the" yelIn reality he stood low lamplight feet and almost three Inches, and six his frame was perfectly in proportion. He moved slowly, lazily, and the thought flashed to some great monster of the forest that could uproot a tree with a blow. The face was huge, big and gaunt of bone; and particularly one would notice the mouth. It would be noticed even before the dark; eyes. It was a bloodhound mouth, the mouth of a man of great and terrible passions, and there was an undeep-sunke- n j i mwkmu9kmmmmmmW mistakable measure of cruelty and savagery about it But there was" strength, too. No eye could doubt that But It was not an ugly face, for all the brutality of the features. It was even handsome In the hard, ' When Washington Knocked Out Columbus f r No! Not a prize fight, but st j little. Brown ft Co. This was nothing In Itself; many little boys are fond of drawing pictures. , Nor were his unusually good. Their l M In He was fond of drawing pictures. mMKm "But I'll Take the Little Bfeggar, Any- "" -- lay In his subjects. He liked to draw animals In particular the animals be read about in school and in such books as were brought Mm. In-31a- ns . -- V .' v r And sometimes he drew and cowboys. And one day when he wasn't half watching what ;2te was doing he drew something different Perhaps he wouldn't have looked at It twice, if the teacher hadn't stepped "up behind him and taken it out of his Siands. It was "geography" then, not "drawing," and he should have been ""paying attention." And he had every ceason to think that the teacher would 'crumple up his picture and send him to the cloak-roofor punishment But she did no such thing. When 3&er eyes glanced down, her fingers afcewiy straightened. Then she looked asaln, carefully. -What is this, Bruce?" she asked. What have you been drawing?" "I I don't know," the child answered. He looked and for an instant let his thoughts go wandering here and there. "Those are trees," he said. A word caught at his throat and 'lie blurted it out "Pines! Pine trees,, growing on a mountain." boy," "Not bad for a She teacher commented. "But where, Btuce, have you ever seen or heard of. such pines?" But Bruce did not 'know. Another puzzling adventure that stack in Bruce's memory had happened only a few months after his arrival at the Square house, when a man had fatten him home on trial with the idea vil adoption. All th,e Incidents and details of the xcursion with this prospective parent -were extremely dim and vague. He W not know to what city he went. nor had he any recollection whatever jC the people he met there. But he did ceaaember, with remarkable clearness, "Che perplexing talk that the man and "Che superintendent of the Square Siouse had together on bis return. "He won't do," the stranger had sald. "I tried him out and he won't till In in my family. And I've fetched Silm back. ""I believe in being frank, and I tell oo there's something vicious In that 5wy's .nature. It came out the very first moment he was in the house, "vhen the Missus was introducing him m ld -- -- way." many hours of almost overwhelming loneliness. Also there were many thoughts such as are not especially good for the spirits of growing boys. The place where the Duncans lived was a house, but under nc. liberal Interpretation of the word would It be called a home. There was nothing homelike in it to little Bruce. The other lasting memory was of Linda. She represented tile one living creature In all his assemblage of phantoms the one person with whom he could claim real kinsLli He had done a bold thing, after h first few years with the Duncans. He planned it long and carried it out with infinite care as to details. He wrote to Linda, in care of the superintendent of the orphanage. f The answer only deepened the mystery. Linda was missing. Whether she had run away, or whether some one had come by In a closeu car and carried her off as she played on the lawns, the superintendent tcould not tell. They" had never beax able to trace her. He had been fifteen then, a tall boy with rather unusual muscular development, and the girl was eleven. And in the year nineteen hundred and twenty, ten years after the reply to his letter, Bruce had heard no word from her. He hatL' given up all hope of ever hearing (from her again. "My little sister," he said softly to a memory. Then Ibitterness a whole black flood of it would come upon him. "Good Loal, I 'don't even know that she was my sister." But now he was going 'toll find her and his heart was full of joy tmd eager straight black hair the man's age long over rather was about thirty-nindark ears, and a great, gnarled throat The words when he spoke seemed to come from deep within it "Come in, Dave," he said. In this little remark lay something of the man's power. The visitor had come unannounced. His visit had been unexpected. His host haa not yec seen his face. Yet the man knew, before the door was opened, who it e mountain way. One would notice velopment o$ Kentucky. blow for the early det Washington, D. C, vs. Columbus, knock-ou- M liere's the story in brief: Hie first Congress was called upon to decide upon a location lor the Capital of these United States. 'I Homas Jefferson, tken Secretary of State under president Washington, wanted it a Cohiirihus, Ky. If you would know why his plan failed why Washington was finally selected as tne Capital 1 was anticipation. CHAPTER III j i . "3 Turner,' she said and this boy him. I'd never let Uttte Turner learn to fight, and this "boy was on top of him and was pound--3nj- r Mm with his fists before we could poll Mm off. XI didn't understand it rat all." Nor did the superintendent unde- to him. But the paths men take, seemingly, rstand; nor1 in these later years with wholly different alms, Crisscross Bruce either. He was quite a big boy, nearly ten, and become intertwined much more 'when, he finally left the Square house. than Bruce knew lven as he lay in .And there was nothing flickering or his berth, the first- - sweet drifting of dim about the memory of this occasion. sleep upon him, he was thol subject mounA tall, exceedingly slender man sat of a discussion in a Xieside the window a man well tain home ; and sleep would not have dressed but with hard lines about his fallen so easily and sweetly If he had heard it 'antxutfc and hard eyes. Yet the superintendent seemed particularly anxious It might have been a different world. ?to please him. "You will like this rstordy fellow," he said, as Bruce was Only a glimpse of It, illumined by the soiled moon, could be seen through , "ushered In. The man's eyes traveled slowly from and besmirched window ptjie but tell the story. .tbe cMId's curly head to his rapidly that was enough tobulldingsf lighted 'growing feet; but no gleam of inter-'es- t There were no tall by a thousand electric lights, such e came Into the thin face. "I do as good as any. It was as Bruce could see through the winhe'll e wife's Idea, anyway, you know. dows of his bedroom at night The lights that could be discerned in this , "Wbat about parentage? Anything destrange, dark sky were largely uncent at all?" familiar to Bruce, because of the The superintendent seemed to wait smoke-cloud- s that had always hung -- aOong time before answering. Little TBruce, already 'full of secret cohjec-xtore- s above the city where he lived. There as to his owh parentage, thought were just stars, but there were so some key might be given him at many of them that the mind was un'that Hast "There Is nothing that we' can able to comprehend their number. There was also a moon that cast a "tell you, ,Mr. Duncan," he said at' little square of light like a fairy JIast "A woman brought him here tapestry, on the floor. It was not such vwlta an .Infant girl when he suppose she was his a moon as leers down red and 'strange four. I mother and she didn't wait to talk through the smoke of cities. It was the wilderness to me. The .nurse said that she wore vivid and quite white hunting hours outlandish clothes and had plainly had moon that times the of the forest creatures. Eut the patch a hard time." : p "!Bnt-sh- e didn't wait ?" that it cast on the floor was obscured In a moment because the nian who ""She dropped her children and fled.-had been musing in the big chajr be' A cold little smile flickered at the- side the empty fireplace had risen and lips. "It looks rather dam. tman-lighted a Tierosene lamp. The light prevented any further said significantly. ,But I'll niable5e scrutiny of the moon and stars.. And . T.taSefhe tflttle beggar," anyway.' " Mnd 'thus Bruce went to the cold what remained to look at was not fireside of the Duncans a house In nearly so pleasing to the" spirit It d room that ,a. reat and distant city where, In the was a great, 1 ryears that had passed, many things would have been beautiful had It not escarcely worth remembering had tran-- been for certain unfortunate attempts to beautify It There was a stone . v inspired. It was a gentleman's house meaning of the word fireplace, and certain massive, ?asfar sas the chairs grouped about 1 But saaUyoes and Bruce had been af-gentleman's education. There tne eyes never svouiq, navp . hatft 4wa also, for a while, & certain amount these. They would fflpp ffnrt flTo "ffctaer doubtful prosperity, a wom- - fadhiMfM hv th of of tke ttin who had K"t light ' ttre 4aa who died after a few months of .. fitntl Interest is kin, aad mmj, las. to my eight-year-ol- d son. This is lit--tf- le sprang right at -- There had not been time to make Inquiry as to the land Bruce was going to. He only knew one thing that It was the wilderness. Thelfact that he had no business plans for the future and no financial resources fexcept a few hundred dollars that be carried in his pocket did not matten one way or another. He was wHHngto spend all the money he had; aftjr It was gone, he would take up soni$ work Jn life anew. He had a moment's wonder at the effect his departure would hfive upon the financial problem that had been his father's sole legacy to him. He laughed a little as he thought of It But the idea that others also having no business relations with his father might be interested In this western Journey of his did not even occur v -- far-dista- flt -- V te sup-ipos- Dave glanced away. "What do you mean?" the man demanded. "Mean I mean Just what I said. We should have watched closer. Bill Young Bill, I mean saw a city chap just in the act of going in to see her. He had come onto the plateaus with his guide Wegan was the man's name and Bill said he stayed a lot longer than he would have if he hadn't taken a message from her." "How long ago was this?" "Week ago Tuesday." "And why have you been so long in telling me?" When Dave's chief asked questions in this tone, 'answers- - always came quickly. They rolled so fast from the mouth that they blurred and ran together. "Why, Simon you ain't been where I could see you. Anyway, there was nothln' we could have done." "There wasn't, eh? I don't suppose you ever thought that there's yet two months before we can clinch this thing for good, and young Folger might I say might have kicking about somewhere In his belongings the very document weve all of us been worrying about for twenty years." Simon cursed a single, fiery oath. "But we are yelling before we're hurt It Isn't worth a cussword. Like as not, this Wegan will never take the trouble to hunt him up. And if he'does well. It's nothing to worry about, either. There Is one back door that has been opened many times to let his people go through, and It may easily be opened again." Dave's eyes filled with admiration. Then he turned and gazed out through the window. Against the eastern sky, already wan and pale from the encroaching dawn, the long ridge of a mountain stood In vivid and startling silhouette. The edge of it was curiously jagged with many little upright points. There was only one person who would haye been greatly amazed by that outline of the ridge; and the years and distance had obscured her long ago. This was a teacher at an or- Iphanage in a distant city, who once The reason went back to a certain quickening of the senses that is the peculiar right and property of most men who are really residents of the wilderness. This man was the son of the wild as much as the wolves that ran In the packs. Soft though It was, he had heard the sound of approaching feet in the pine needles. As surely as he would have recognized the dark face of the man in the doorway, he recognized the sound as Dave's step. The man came in, and at once an observer would have detected an air of deference in his attitude. Very plainly he had come to see his chief. He was a year or two older than his host, less powerful of physique, and his eyes did not hold quite so straight. There was less savagery but more cuanlng in his sharp features. He blurted out his news" at once. "Old Elmlra has got word down to the settlements at last," he said. There was no muscular response In the larger man. Dave was plainly disappointed. He wanted his news to cause a stir. It was true, however, that Ms host slowly raised his eyes. that had come. Read the Entire Interesting Story in &e 1 This is bait one of the many interesting stories of little known facts about the 120 coxttiies of Kentucky which will come from the pen of tKe Louisville Post gifted special writer, Mr. Ralph Coghkn. Some of the others are; The tory of Fluorspar, one of the most in industry. How PaSftcah got its High School gyrai-sozWiea King George ate Kentucky ham. The county which' doe not contain one illiterate child. Mayfield, "the girl, how she surpassed the countoy club flapper in everything xeafiy Wertk wmle. How $300,000 was spent by one county to get out of lie mod. When President Tyler was a coal miner in Kentucky. TW series will begin Monday, October 2, and continue daily thereafter.: mias fhe first one. vah-bie.metsle rtll ltot m. old-fashioned Bnt Tefctrapttc WrM Hews IpWOBO Political Articles of Spedd Interest H funous Washington letters of David exdtssxvely MA tfce ittffwi iih.ii. in time meat "best far the evening auw Uik tijfrmftmttt, iepewiahJe fezeign aews k fcrBatfe1lfcSe femiqec of the JLeakviHe IIbIkkmI aad pwfo jvpasts are g to q&? qppi, W compJc Ifce New York narked mm ianpence appear in the EUjeY31e Pest. Sterling Americanism -t- nAxxeriea and Keatucky first, last md. always is the keynote of the vxrde Poet editorials. htI HvetkcPtDeliTeredkyMal Qpee you have read the Pott you w81 vfender hew you ever got alcag without it Its dependahle news service spay features ks page of sfehUy lajngltt yetati eajoy them all so wfl its EwjWy Lgks a 5 At Tkrt Mmtks, $1.25 U y1 GtlcIIragfc (! Jtaftfeaa the heat Fwi?ri f$ Moll and Jef. "Rksi Fraer.1 "Caa Yea Beat WAstea feJtpy ffwasar aM Ae-4- iasum ka characters, S. Coib'a fl3feta Darkest all the an3y. h- Sead in yeur three mowtpB $na ecription today enclosing $1,25 Don't miss the first of the special feature beinnkig October 2. j Kentucky's Mo3t Interesting Newspaper, Louisville, Ky. 1 1 1 fengk&k $tas$es. A faS Pse of wiolesome hnxghs every eveakig. t ?tmutoitW$0i Louisville, Ky IV WtWs An TOK$a Page ami Stlijmf Column sattaf Tfe &m fcf jiaeki a, jeaX charm Rt fcWW .8 rSJS5il Kie fa, .,M$e interest. Bftgrr-HeaK- i SWg cetera co- t Post, Oa3- - mm Talk - H r ...III. L i want we lomsvuie rest, wiui uic Cogblan articles on Kentucky counties aad other famous Post features Start Octoher 2. MI- r ..IT r.i. F"WfflShlfle feaj&ires. B Street ,..-.,.--- . " iEn ttm t R,F, B.,,, Post Office ,-, ;i rsd A ,.-v ?- ii jH hands of a child. Hercwas the original ,at last It was the same ridge, covered with pines, that little $ruce had drawn. TO betcontinued a m was-abo- Elida, New Mexico. ut Editor News: to the amount of six dollars and ten cents to pay you as per another sheet in this letter. I wish to write a small letter on Ghristain Socialism for publication. Come unto me all that labour- and are heavy laden and I will give you rest. Take my yoke, upon you and learn of me for I meek and lowly in heart and ye ihall find rMt unto your souls. For my yokVk'tasiv i mv Hurdn if Hgh'c. Ths. iuv iMav y - I herewith, send check white-walle- dusf-cover- ed in -- feaa r- of the 'eleventh chapter of Matthew. Christ said in his sermon, on the mount, "Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth. He also says in effect that the the workers of the world should have the full social product of their toil. Karl Marx, John Rus-kiEugene V, Debs, and 'many other reliable Socialist leaders says for the workers of the world to get together and tells them that they "have nothing to lose but their chains .and the whole .world to gain. Christain Socialist offer all workers of the whole world the full social x product of their toil. Christ says, "Seek ye fin t the kingdom of God and his rightenoui and til tfaefe thinga shall be added "unfro you. Yee Brother working man If you and n, justice, and equal opportunities. We must all get together and work together and we will surely win. Yours Fraternally, Joseph-E- . Taylor. m Open the Iron Doors. The press and the .consumers of this country should unite in a determined and relentless effort to prevent profiteering in coal prices this winter if we get any coal at all. Henry Ford has taken the lead in this movement and haa been promptly supported by the city of Detroit. The coal profiteer will find little comfort there. He may even find a. few prison ben. But Detroit hoide only a tiny proposition of the coal comusmtj . til workeriwiat rifhteoa of the United States. Though they lose in Detroit, a few dollars a ton tackedt onto the price of coal throughout the country will filch hundreds of millions of dollars from the pockets of the consumers and transfer them to the swollen bank account of the profiteers. It is folly to apply persuasive methods in attempting to pre--' vent profiteering. A profiteer has no conscience, at best. Prison cells are the only things that cause terror to them the only curb that will have any lasting effect., Open the iron doors and shove'em in! If the legal arms of theand state taty to prosecute these "bird, ths there if a drastic lav thjtfc appHet: to dereliction of duty,' -- a $ 41 goy-ernme- Bt t ww. .js-t'- .i'. ST. u-- & it 3s. Srix J" !&, U. f t. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS X okin bia A mWs Barber Shop 6c tRJSIUNNUHW X ii tvMin fiADH) JWNS AMEfiJCAS Five Stations to Bridge 2,000 Miles Between Continents., Two Big Companies Place Orders for Equipment Planned to Form New Air Lines of Communication In Central America. MHfttyHW FOR ARMY TANK Officers Ntvenler EkcllMrv '. v U. S. DECLARES West Columbia. Mrs. Mary Sharpy Clerk, Tilden Wilcoxsin, Judge; Mrs. J. F. Patteson. Judge; Edwin Cravens-Sherif- f. MORANJ LOWE 3KJ Geological Survey Places Center of Country in Smith County, , Sanitary Shop, whert, both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. Kansas. WASHINGTON OUT OF PLACE British Captain Says Great War Bliss. Henry Keen, Clerkj Tom Weapon Was Invented by Hughes; J udge; Wood Paxton, Judge;. rjim in 1914. W. L. Willis, Sheriff. v Give us a Trial and be Convinced. i)K)K X Telephone Main 2167 DEHLER BROTHERS CO., 1 16 Egst MarhcJ Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. Roofing, Fencing, Hard- - ware, Contractors ; Supplies, AsDhalt, Shiholes. - IM GOT SO WEAK GOULD SCARCELY STAND Affar Suffering From Many Female Troubles This Lady HMrd ol Cardui and took It, She Says, "Until I Was WiL" ; , Linking ; of the Americas by radio through five broadcasting stations, two of which will' be erected in the United States and three in Central .America, Capital of Country Should Be Loeach with a radius of 2,000 mlies. Is being contemplated by two big- western cated Thousand Miles Inland From companies, the United Fruit company Present Site Locate Center and tbe.Troplcal .Radio Telegraph comof Alaska. pany. Orders for the stations have Washington. Boston, Mass., Is a been, placed, says an announcement , from the Radio Corporation of Amervery important place to a great so far as the United ica. but, The terminals In the United States States geological survey is concerned, of the proposed system will be at New Boston as a "Hub," as, ii claims to be. Orleans, La., where the present station doesn't amount to a row of pins. Boston, too, prides itself on being of the Tropical Radio Telegraph comthe "Hub of the Universe," but the pany Is to be enlarged, and at. Miami, survey ranks it at the bottom, of the Fla., where a new station will be constructed by the company. list of hubs, or centers. " The three stations in the southern For the geological survey thinks part-of the group will be located at the that a city is a hub only when It Is corners of a triangle embracing Honthe center of the land, geographically speaking, and polntfa the finger of duras, Nicaragua and at Tegucigalpa, scorn at the Massachusetts city for the capital of Honduras. These stations not Vven being the center of the state will connect with the station of the company at Almlrante, of which it happens to be the capital United Fruit Panama. any universe. much less of Communication between these five Honor for the Smiths. communicastations and The survey has received a lot of tions with them will open up entirely persons want- new letters of inquiry from routes of intercourse between the ing to know "where they're at," where Americas, dne of which will be the the geographical center of the United opening of a 2,000-milradio from States Is, or the center of their own Colombia, South America, and the state. The survey has taken great United States. pains at locating the various geographThe area embraced by the five staical centers around the continent. tions covers 54,000 square miles, with The center of the United States, aca network of smaller stations joining cording to the coast and geodetic surthe five main offices at the larger gaps. vey, is at exactly 39 degrees 50 minIn the case of the Tegucigalpa stautes north latitude, and 98 degrees 35 tion, the delicate-radiapparatus and minutes west longitude. It may be heavy steel girders to build the station said that point is in northern Kansas, must be transported over an In Smith connty, in fact. Trust the mountain trail. This station will be Smiths to be there. completed bT November 1, 1922, It is The ideal "hub" of population, gov- planned. ernment and industry, should also be the geographical center, the survey believes, but that Is true in few, If GO BACK TO RUSSIA TO DIE any cases. "HubB" just grow up regardless, and the center of population Soldiers of Czar, Broken In Body and Shattered in Mind, Return From In this country Is yearly moving westGerman War Prisons. ward. many-peopleship-to-shore GOT ORDERS FROM KITCHENER Credit for Invention Has Been Claimed In Many Quarters, Notably by Winston Churchill Question in Parliament. London. One of the few really new weapons whlch'the late war developed South Columbia. Oscar Bradshawy Clerk; Eoy Stotts, Judge; G. E. Wilson, Judge; B. H. Price. Sheriff."- East Columbia. Henry Ingram Clerk; J. S. Tuggle, Judge; E. G. Flowers, Judge; W. B. Pattesorv Sheriff. was the tank. Credit for this Invention has been claimed in many quarters notably for Winston Churchill, now colonial' secretary, who was said to have submitted it to Mr. Asquith on January 5, 1915. Now the Morning Post has come forth with a claim for Lord Kitchener and a Captain Bentley, under whose joint auspices, the newspaper asserts, the first tank was produced. The controversy has come to light again' through the Inability of Captain Bent-le- y to obtain from the tanks aAvard committee of the war office any award or compensation for his work. The real story of the genesis of the tank, according to the Morning Post, Is On October 18, 1914, Captain Hurt. William Ballon, Clerk; J. I Hurt, Judge; Walter Elrod, Judges. Norman Morrison, Sheriff. Ray Flowersi. North Columbia. Clerk; R L. Smythe, Judge; Ed Willis, Judge: Fred McLean, Sheriff. Milltown. Alvln. Powers, Clerk; GL A. Atkins, Judge; Tine Leftwlcb Judge; Joe Johnson, Sheriff. Tarter. Chapman Dohoney, Clerkj W. H. Kemp, Judge; Caleb Caldwells. Judge; Bob Pickett, Sheriff. Keltner. J. M. Moss, Clerk; J. W Yire, Judge; Lonnie Dudley, Judges-ArchiSullivan, Sheriff. Gradyville. F. C. Wheeler, Clerks Will Baker, Judge; Strong HilL, Judge; E. E. Nell, Sheriff. Nell. F. D. Moss, Clerk; Leonard) Walker, Judge; A. J. Barnes, Judge? G. C. Breeding, Sheriff. Sparksville. Evan Akin, Clerk;. Alfred Baker, Judge; B. E. Strange Judge; Alvln Coomer, Sheriff. Breeding. Hayden Coomer, Clerkj Fred Simpson, Judge; Isaac Hurt Judge; Herschel Breeding, Sheriff. Meleon Ridge. Clarence, Strange,, Clerk; Dewey Turner, Judge; Toro Curry, Judge; J. O. Hatlley, Sheriff. Harmony. I. O. Bowe, Clexkr Frank Gadberry, Judge; J. L. Darnell; Judge; Geo. Morrison, Sheriff. Glensfork. Bobt. Taylor, Clerkj G. W. Collins, Judge; Ed Johnson Judge; J. L. Grlder, Sheriff. Montpelier. Kelly Bell, (Clerk; JL D. Holladay, Judge; G. E. Powell Judge: E. E. Willis, Sheriff. White Oak Henry Boyse, Clerk-J- o Bryant, Judge; Lora Brockman,. Judge; Dewey Stapp, Sheriff. Ozark. W. G. Eoy, Clerk; Irvin,-Blair- , Judge; J. M. Blair, Judge; Theo Powell, Sheriff. Eunice. Frank White, Clerk; Natl Goodin, Judge; Finis Neal, Judge; W-Shepherd, Sheriff. Little Cake. R. B. White, Clerkp Ben Evans, Judge; J. M. Burton.. Judge; Wolford McQueary,Sheriff. vPelly ton. Quince Sapp, Clerk; Wal lace Goode, Judge; ' T. J. Whitley Judge; Bob Cooper, Sheriff, Knifley. Chas. Campbell, Clerk; W-Knifley, Judge; S. H. Knifley Judge; P. K. Jones, Sheriff. . G. this: Bent-le- y e o had just returned to England from abroad to offer himself for war service. The next day he received a telephone call from Colonel Fitzgerald, military secretary to Lord Kitchener, directing him to report at the war office in Whitehall. When he arrived there he was taken to Lord Kitchener, under whom he had served in South Africa and to whom he was well known. Real Story of Tank. Kitchener, the story runs, greeted him as follows: . "Downstairs, La the quadrangle, there's an armored cart Woolwich has made for me. It's the result of the united brains of the army and navy experts. We want it fori this trench fighting which they've begun, in France. Qo down, have a look at It and tell me what you think about It" Captain Bentley and Colonel Fitzgerald Inspected the car for about five minutes and then returned. "Well?' Kitchener asked. "It's no good for your purpose," Captain Bentley said. "You can't take It off a road." "Exactly,," said Lord Kitchener. "My own opinion. Now, can you design me one of the right type? It's urgent. Let me have It tomorrow." Captain Bentley, It might be menpioneers of motioned, was one tor transport. He had driven automobiles in sandy wastes, and had devoted considerable time to the attempt to develop types of motor vehicles suitable to rough and virgin country. He went home to' work out the Idea of the caterpillar tractor as it would be applied to an armored car. On the evening of October 22, Captain Bentley went to Lord Kitchener's house In Carlton Gardens. At the end of three hours the two men, according to Captain Bentley, had agreed upon the basic principles of the tank. At the close of the interview, Captain Bentley mentioned that he proposed to go at once to the patent office and register his design. "Wait," Lord Kitchener said. "Are you satisfied to leave this In my hands? ril look after you." Finds Kitchener Is Dead. , Captain Bentley agreed. The next week, however, he left for service In Russia. Upon his return to England, he was almost Immediately recommls-slone- d and sent to German East Africa with the mechanical transport service. Here he was wounded, finally return; ing to England in 1917. Until this time he did not know that the Invention, which by then was known as the "tank," had ever been utilized. What he did know, however, was that Lord Kitchener had been drowned in June, 1916, and could not give his version of the tank's origin,. Desirous of knowing the- official view of the matter, Captain Bentley had a question asked In parliament The answer gave the credit for the invention, of the tank to Winston Churchill, January 5, 1915, a date which, If Captain Bentley's claims be verified, was about two and a half months after the Kitchener interview. of-th- e -- -- . 80-mi- le a Washington Out of Plaee. Even Washington, the nation's capifrom the tal, is wrongly "QOME TIME AGO," says Mrs. took a Ladies Birthday Almanac and geographer's point situated, and should of view, Buena McFarland, of R. F. D. 2, read of a case something like mine. I be at least a thousand miles inland Bostic, N. C, "I suffered a great told my husband to get it and I would from Its present site to better approach the geographical center of the deal with weakness common to women. try it country. St Louis, Denver and other bearing-dow- n I had pains, my sides and "I saw a great improvement aft the cities have been mentioned at various back hurt, and my limbs drew. I would the first bottle (of Cardui), so I kept Jt up times as more fitting sites for the get so weak in my knees I could scarcely until I was well. Now I am the picture center of government, The geological survey of the Interior of health." stand. i department has fixed the approximate "I was very nervous, and could not Thousands of other women have writ locations of" the geographical centers-o- f each state. rest I didn't feel like eating. I grew ten, to tell of the beneficial results obThe geographical center of Alaska Is did not have ambition for any- tained by taking Cardui, and to recomthin, and difficult to determine, for the outline, mend, it to others. thing. of the territory is very irregular, but "I had been trying other remedies . , ., Cardui has stood the test of extensive if the outlying islands are Included In use, for more than forty years, hi the the determination it Is not far from a but did not get any better. point 95 miles south of Fort "Some one told us of Cardui, and treatment of troubles common to wopen. Gibbons, In latitude 63 degrees 4G Try it. what it was recommended for. I also minutes, longitude 152 .degrees 20 minutes. GOLD UNDSEY-WILSON PLATE REPLACES RIBS TRAINING SCHOOL German With Expensive Metal in His interior Is Closely Protected Against Criminals. COLUMBIA, KY.. ! An A Grade High School. Gives work in Grades beyond the Foutfh. Good Equipment New Thirty Thousand Dollar Gymnasium unjer Student construction. Close Supervision. Competent Faculty. Body of Two Hundred and Twenty -five. Special Courses in Piano, Voice andJExpression. Rates, Eighteen Dollars FallT Opens Sept. 5, 1922. For Information Address, i f R. V. Bennett, Prin.; EAGLE "MKADO For Sale at your Dealer ,vyf ',..ii , - PencUNo.174 Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO- - EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK v cigarette factory at Breslau. When he was a locksmith's apprentice several years ago he feU from the roof of -- a house and was badly Injured. He .was iaken to a hospital where the doctors found that his skull was fractured and all his ribs but one were, broken. The youth was in the hospital for no less than four and a half years, and finally the surgeons undertook' to repair or replace his shattered ribs. A metal plate was inserted in his skull and the fractured bones were replaced by ribs of gold and plaUnum. Two and a lialf years later the jnan was able to leave the hospital, and since then he has been working in a cigarette factory. Jn 'view of the present value of 'gold and platinum, It is evident that he is carrying about In his body quite a considerable amount of wealth, and It is stated that special measures are being taken to protect him against criminals. -- Berlin. A young man with Tibs gold and platinum is working In at a Moscow. Ghosts of the old RusBla are coming back to haunt the custodians of the new. They are the bodies of faithful soldiers of the czar, living on after mentality has fled. They come, four carloads of them, from the German war prisons, where frlghtfulness of 'imprisonment and memories of the battlefield drove out reason from those it did not kill. There are other thousands of them, hopeless, nervous, twitching wrecks of men, quaking at the slightest sound. They are coming back four years after the remainder of humanity knew that the cause for which they fought had won, though the Institution for which they fought was wrecked. Pinched, wan faces look out with "uncomprehending eyes from behind the barred windows of the train Into a Russia they never knew. A red flag, has replaced the standard which they loved. Now they are coming to the guardianship of the Bolshevlkl, the sworn enemy of their Little Father. The Soviet department of health Is receiving them, placing them In asylums', where they will live over again and again the scenes of battle until the end. Transportation of these war victims has been delayed these four years for lack of facilities. Russia had been d and unable to care for her mentally alert citizens. Things are better now and arrangements are being made to bring back all of Russia's Insane from German camps. able-bodie- Hovious. W. H. Holcomb Clerk? BenHovious, Judge; A. D. Morri3. Judge; W. B. Pike, Sheriff. Wolford, Roley. M. V. Clerk; Gresham Ford, Judge; Ed Morgan,. Judge; A. E Hendrlckson Shaiiff:. GROWS ONION - STRAWBERRY Indiana Farmer Looks Forward to Big Demand for .Fruit With New Flavor. Warsaw, Ind. Strawberries with an flavor will be .produced next year by A. E. Gunter, Kosciusko county An experiment this year farmer. proved that tbe production of .such a berry is possible. He fertilizes his strawberry field with tops taken from his. onion crop and says that he expects a big demand for the berries on the part of lovers, of onions. oniGn Egypt. Horace Clerk"-MurrelJ, Ambrose Burton, Judge; W. B. Morris, Judge; E. O. Dillingham, Sheriffs " East Cane Valley. Jack Beard Clerk; June Hancock, Judge; M. Cavex Judge; Tyler Tupman, Sheriff. West Cane Valley. Finis CUndiffi Clerk; J". M Woodrum, Judge: Dave-SmitJudge; 011ePulth Sheriffs Minnie Banks,. Clerkj Mont Corbin, Judge; Frank Biggs Judge; John Henson, Sheriff. Holmes. Brutal Treatment Accorded Worn' alleged "ruining of her daugh- MOVE BLIND ACROSS TURKEY Mrs., Tatum, according to Mrs-Floy- Defense Force Will 4Be Cut Down From 80,000 to 31,000 Under -Knob.. The largest measured ' 15 was decoyed injo an autoNew' Plans. President Mapotherv of the Lw Inches in circumference and weighed Near East Relief Workers Send 100 Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 14 - The second measured 14 Children From the American a pound. occupied by four women &N. refused to enter inta. the Sydney. The proposed, economies Mrs. I.. C. Tatum, of Stop Six mobile School to Syria. inches and weighed 14 ounces, and and a man, whor acted as driver in the Australian defense scheme are the third weighed It ounces and separate peace pact with railDallas, interrubean. who was ded, -80,-0- 00 efiJn Texes. ter," Naomi Tatum, AUSTRALIA TO REDUCE ARMY 14. Picks Three Large Apples. English, , Ind. Three large apples were picked recently by John Benz from trees" In his .orchard near Pilot lashes with a cat o' nine tails by Jeen any kind had four women, this morning was No threats of received by Mrs. Tatum in a serious condition. Her body been prior to the occurence last night. was a mass of bruises according One pi the women who whipped to her aunt, Mrs. Jane iFloy.d. Mrs. Tatum they were The whipping was given her her told - expected to result In Aleppo, Syria. One hundred blind pretext of being taken .the Australian defensethe reduction of measured 13 Inches. The apples were way shopmen. The road, now' force from coyed from her home late last under the picked a month .before', they "would chndrenfrom the' American . school l to 31,000 enlisted men and a' dethe' blind at Harpoot have arrived has, declared to see her daughter, who has for have rioened. Mr. Mapother, night and given one hundred hike crease in the number of officers from here safely after a ! 4 missing. 50(-mll- e by what his friends consider a chief source of the Japanese peois circuitous route. But-h- e sand Armenian orphans from Asiatic having finally "freed the by a ''committee of four" of the from Dallas and accused her of Turkey. The journey from Harpoot ple in spite of the rapid strikes? "ruining her daughtef.'' house, first from bedbugs by ' Invisible Eye.1' "Ladies Tackle tEyerest Again. brovldlhe cockroaches tc eat r took a month to complete. On, the made recently in the manufacr London, TheGeographical- Journal them ub: then from cockroach! i last 20 miles the children floated down turing andv A communication addressed Mrs. Harding is convalescent the organ of the Geographical society,, mining industries the Euphrates, on. barges; They now. I by means..of,'ratvandjiin;auy;,oi rrehbusedj-in-the- , scnool Sixty 'by. means of cats.. , the' newspapers -- stated the after critical iljness, and all suggests tha't ahotner.expedition,- - witlf to rats per' cent of &e populaBorx, ' Uri' AleiipoV which, is the capital of the bject of climbing Mqurit Everest; ',J ' ma'bevLorganized . Syria under the FrenChVmandate. whipping "was administered, for danger of her death has passed. next year,.-."-' - ' v. j"p vof Japan '' sat-Jsfie- d, -- to 50. After training as cadets during, the time between the ages, of sixteen and eighteen years, youths wllTpass automatically Into the;rahks of citizen soldiers,. V- of defense is considerThe minister ing a scheme for compensating all' members of the permanent forces who will be discharged. 300 . - -- I a Chain of Pests Finally Cleans Out the House Bath, Me. A Bath real estate owner has rid himself of pests across the Turkish interior,, during which they passed through mountains infested with bandits' and over long stretches of desert where camels carried water and provisions. The children are from seven to fifteen years old. The Irregular pilgrimage Is part of the plan of the Near East relief to remove several thou- ahoutall the shopmen it .carii: work and it does not propose to . turn these men out for Agriculture strikers' (&'' 'constitutes ,. : s- . " - V' -- - ":& - f ' VV .' V ';' J7 . 5 rc - ADAIR Gtidyvtte. COUNTYZNEWST f) place attendt2 Vi(i ill day sing-- 1 charge of some of the work, in-.- " t i. ing at Plemnt Ridge church formed us a day or so ago that Wilson & karahall J last Sunday. They report a fine the pike would be completed that liaatmercial men . of Campbells- - singing, plenty of every thing is, to go through Mr. Claycombs T pilte, were calling on our mer- good to eat and general good and Mr. Patterson's fields this time prevailing. falh that the work would begin chants Friday. ' The death of Mr. A. J. Gowen, at once. When this is done, we James Simpson, the stock man of Breeding at Basil, on the. 24th, cast a people living in the western part was in town, delivering cattle sadness and gloom in that com- of the county, can deliver our the pool house at any munity, He was a Christian Tkirsday. notwithstanding , cold and lived every day up' to his time, U. L. Rodgers was at Gr weather and bad roads. Give us Friday, looking after profession, and when the end came be was ready. He will be good roads and county will cerfertilizer. greatly missed in his church and tainly come to the front. Ifcr. and Mrs. Shirley, of the community at large. He has Mr. Frank Wheeler, who movwere the guests of Mr. been a merchant for many years ed from McGregor, Texas, into sad Mrs. W. L. Grady, in our and was loved by every body. our community last spring, has city, last Saturday and Sunday. Peace be unto his dust. the cromo of growing the laagest Bey. GroBS, of Columbia, We are all glad to know that pumpkins. x From one vine 49 a preached a very interesting Brb. J. W, Rayburn has been feet long, he has grown one Union, last Sunday. at sentback to this charge. The pumpkin 6 feet in circumference, " Mrs. Millie Hill, who has been people in general could not have 4 feet in diameter. As Mr. at ike bedside of her daughter, been pleased better. The mem- Wheeler has no stock scales, he at Eussellsville, for the past bers of Prices Chapel charge and was not able to give us the week, has returned home. in connection with the members weight. All the seed from this EaBt of the Grady ville work, present- pumpkin has been sold. Mr. Virgil Boston, of ' Fork, spent a day or so in this ed him and (family in token of Assignments. community, last week, looking their appreciation and love for after veals. d him and his family, baskets The folIowing,are the appointments McGregwith every thing thai could for Columbia District, Louisville , Hr. John Wheeler, of or, Texas, a son of Mr. and Mrs. be thought of that is good with given out last week: Efcank Wheeler, of our commu- many other useful things on his Presidine Elder J. T. Wade. Al ' bany, W. .H Russell; Bear Creek, E nity, is visiting his parents at arrival at the parsonage. C- Smith, supply; Burkesvllie, 0, T. ttijs place, at this time. Messrs. Hindman and Walker, Lee; CampbellsvllleQ Circuit, J. R. n businessmen, of Co- Marrs; Campbellsville Station, J L. ,, Mr. W. B. Hill, of Russell-vill.spent a few days .of last lumbia, spent several days of Piercy; Cane Valley, F L. Douglas; week with his people in our city. last week in this community, Casey Creek, A. N. Yancey, supply; Mr. Hill reports his business looking after and buying tobac- Clinton, Yerner Blair, supply; Colum good.'" ' co. They are both 'fine judges bia, R. L' Sleamaker, Elkhorn Sta tion, J. A. Yire; Fountain Run, L. E, the hog sale at Henry Keltner of the weed and we take it when Woodcock, suphly. Gradyville. J. W. &Sona, last Saturday, was very they look at a crop tfyey can tell Rayburn; Greensburg, J. A. Johnson; rtSC isH attended and their, hogs about what it will bring on the Jamestown, E F. Hilburn; Mannsville market. Theypafd 1froniJ20 to ?zftz Caughron; Milispring, X. T. very well. Alien; Monticello, Bed lord Turner; x Kev. Lee Pendleton, of Greens-Xror- 35 cents per lb. Peytonsburg. T. W. Farmer, supply; Born, to the wife of Will Walk-e- r, filled his regular Picketts, Claud Squires, supply; a daughter, oh the 29th of Pierce, L. C. Risen, supply; Renox, last Saturday night fi fieSlSunday. Our people are al-- September. Mother and child Edward Whitwprth, .supply; Ruejl 4J Springs, George L. Denny, supply, are doing well. glad to hear Bro. i- - INSURE JflOTH ? ' MEN WHO KNOJtf Your Home Home owners should look upon their insurance agent as a specialist in protection ready to be consulted at well-fcjn- wa dto eens-bocgla- st Ed-caonto- n, any moment. ser-an- this agency you may find exactly Telephone for Iniormation that sort of service at your disposal. In Look at your insurance policy. Find out what a valuable document it really is, what a wonderful service it represents. well-fille- Con-ferenc- e, e. Read Your Policy M well-know- I t The name of the company is the most important part. Are you insured property? Have you faith in thecompany whose name is on j your policy? 4 & Call OnTshis Ageqcy . it - g, Blaod Brofhers ' rNSfCnRA.TS"CE OF AE KINDS ":, 3 appoint-stfits'her- e, Phone 49. $s tit- - Columbia, Kentucky. V 9 ONLY RELIKBLE INSURANCE CKN BE OBTAINED HERE. Sup Sparkesville, J. B, Ramsey. J ply; Summersville, W. L. Lee,upply; Mr. .and Mrs. John Gowen, of charge of completing the Grady- - Tompkinsville. L. O. Phelps.West E&Bsaton, spent a few days, the ville.end of the pike from this Monticello, J. H, Epley; Lindsey Wilvis- place to Columbia, informed your son Training-School- , R. Y. Bennett; 'i?8t , its their relatives and friends, reporter thai: the glavel would Conference Evangelist, vWjJ&- - Thomaa-- Mr. W. L. Grady, who 4 has ' "M of the week, h ,n? '""Mr Strong Hill and his son, ing 'week to complete the Grady- W.'8 were in Columbia, last ville end. We that live on the ,One wheat Drill. Now is your Gradyville end of thelpike would qhance for a cheap pair of Shoes. Ttieaday, on business. beglad if such men af0herjrD6- - Closingput. Hurry before tbey are ..Misses Ruth Hill and Maude honeys, Prices, JCIaycombs, all.gone. . .. , Wvanqre, students of the L. W. , L. M. Smith, - Paxtons, and HughesFlowers,Cane Yalley, Ky. T &-.-at Columbia, .spent. last all of tn'tTother gdodfsrien living f Saturday and Sunday at their on said road, "would fake notice fLOfheJn our town. and get busy while there is plen Timely, jRobertJJeed, 5qf Columbia, ty of 'Band on Butlerio'rk' going .Jgjj. mcpaapany with MrMansfield, ta waste and sand "the road going It's October, and a calmness and a sweetness seem to fall of Lexington, and Flowers-- and through-byRufii- s ?Pryers, "if tio Bliss,, nassed through more- - Before ""the6 weB&er7gets pv.er everything that's living, just as Price, of - though it Wears the call 3ae?e,the first of the week, en too. bad.-- '' Gentlemen' jjfet a move 'Of slowlyj wit;h zouteior Keltner, in the interest bn and'finish W theroad at j vOld. Winter, trudging snow, pack-ohis ice and of. bur farmers taking care of once, so foe camget toour coun- In the distanca javer yonder, and Jb tbeif 'tobacco rsales. . : ty seat during the winter months. . - somehowseems as though Quite a number from this Mr- - H. A. Walker,14 who ha& Every tiny .little blossom wants to t look its , . v 49-t1 ,- , ofdr'towii. be put on the metal this mcom- - K,l5iW For Skl., ;, : NOTICE ''in f r-- -- very-bes- I Glasgow Tobacco Market , - When the frost shall bite its petals and it droops away to rest. Edgar A. Guest. We are indebted to the Lebanon Enterprise for the follow ing questions What citizen is there in Columbia who does not feel some degree of self pride in its welfare? That can not call to mind some meritorious, advan-tang- e which should be. spoken 'of, to advantage whenever an opportunity is afforded them? Who is there Among our people who lias not the patriotism in their veins to stand boldly up in defense of and contradict any statement made that he knew would prove injurious to our town and people? Who does not wish to have it said of them when they are gone that the town and community in which mwm V ..v- -' s . m . Oct. 7, 1922 Opens November 1st. will sell at public outcry my entire stock of Merchandise, consisting of; Shoes", Hats, Caps, Notions, a good line of Staple Medicines, a nice line of Cloth- -' ing, Ladies Cloaks and.a lot of other things I can't mention. I young Cattle, a nice bunch of shoats, two 3 year old Mules, and 5 head of milch at the same Coyvs all good young cows. Every thing I offer will go, as I am now negotiating anoth er deal withla view to going into i business, and I must sell all of these goods and personal property at once. I will offer time-som- e e . v Owing to theTobacco beings cared much earlrer-thar- i usual,' we have changed our opening date ';i , Nov. , to Nov. 1, 1922. "-v f the receipt-o- f Tobacco on Monday, October 30th, sad hare the First sale, Wednesday, November 1st 1922 M' We urge the iarmers not Co strip their tobacco until thoroughlyicured. and W-will open for .1-- v I wiitaell ,my Farms at any tunc privately, all together, or I will sell separately,- - ' , I J Co avoid bringing any tobacco to market with Fat stems, ' Any reports that have been, cr may be, circulated to the effeol that we 6wyc4o18 our Warehouse, offered same for sale, or will not open, are I False and y One tract of 130 acres; good eleven room dwelling, one tenant house, one extra large barn, two barns about 40x48 or larger, good Cribs, and a lot of other outbuildings, good Well and everlasting Spring water that runs through 'the i place, and is extra good Limestone land. Fine Tobacco land and can raise anything on this-lan- One tract 106 acres, good tenant house and two barns, one of the bams built this summer, and raise anything on it and has plenty good running water all the year. L 0m v- is ' fine land." 7 Can ' '--. iwfleading. . wrA J C II d 4farAllt . J I lanltaHl J jjjt w.J t ituijr ui vraici. VJuc UaCl OI JV dues guuu uom uiu untuiug! (uuu viuiaiu auu .l.fr.. j. guuu .i.at Our property is not sale, and No official of this Company has ever enter-- 3 1 ft fiito any negotiations whatever for the disposal of the same. of 40 aaes about half in timber and half in cultivation, and is close, to the town of,Gradyville, ana adV 4 One tract they lived has been made some better ?i ' BUYERS representing ALL of the Large Companies will be on hand by them having lived in it? join? my house and lot, which contains about 22 acres, and in the heart of Gradyville, and very desirable property;. ' : ' r3bD5hDARKidBURLEY Tobacco. I wiQ seU my home place m Gradyville, provided I sell enough of my other land to justify in doing so,, but positively' Sweaters at Ladles Siip-;BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO THE PLANTERS' HOUSE I wiU ot sell this property before I sell the other Jaad. All Iaad is for sale NOW privately. Call on me, or rite Mfc-i- t . AND ?TAKE ALL YOUR MONEY HOME WITH YOU. ; ' ' ' .4 -' M Planters Loose Tobacco Warehouse Co, f r- - locerporated . g H. BARTON, Pres. V Mri. Flora Mattlu ,h bna appoiattd Sheriff of Muhlcrbwr pountyto weeded r who wu thol w aMth. Gryvi8e,QKy. M '? N " . "f--t . & G. 6. ! NELL: "1 "."'tlSf..