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NO. 6769'. 8, TO THE VOTERS ItESEBVE DISTBICT KO. a Colvin-Girvi- n Fellow Citizens: .quite sick MrJvWrh. E. liankins, of Virginia, OF.TttE CONDITION OF vv I am addressing voters of all parlies, jffi 4.:fw days-las- t to the Altar Miss: THE fIRST NATIONAL BAM. and particularly Democratic voters. o1lV ,r i f ' t5m Id vldtlnrr l.anl. I' ' 3' tl Mum vjuucj la iioiuiuf; 4t"r; Some of the Louisville dallies have Af RuihHynes tvg in camfpbeiiBVHie AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE said that lama professional politician .ii 2" se OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CtADSE and opposed to the Mr. Ralph Garnett, of William? lection of judges I want to state to sou. W. Va, spenr last, wees with ALJJR .GRACED WITH FERNS, FLOWERS OF BUSINESS SEPT. 16, 1922a v.. youmy position from the start in rehis home peol& He is doing clerical' v y EESOUROES. gard to the race for Appellate Judge work for a coal company. Last, Monday morning about sixty Loans and discounts, including reViv in the Third District. discounts, acceptances of other Mrs M. Cravens and her little Invited guests were at the Methodist JI was for Judge Hurt. Itis a pity banks, and, foreign bills of grandson, James Montgomery Cravens, church to witness the solemn marriage or drafts sold with infor the State to lose his services. By -- fi returned'irora a visit to Tomklrisvllle, vows which vjere assumed by Miss dorsement of this bank (except i means he ought to have been re 3219 687 87 Jn b those and. Louisville last Thursday after Ruth Hynes. of this place, and Mr. Depositedshownsecureand c) loaded. He was satisfactory to circulation to noon Wm E Hawkins, ofToano, Virginia, (par value).. .525 000 00 the Republicans in the State, y U. Miss Alfene Montgomery, who is an who passed down the main aisle and All Othe.r United States Gov7 the Republican onranizt instructor in the High School Greens stood fn front of Rev. R V. Bennett ernment securities. Inclu- He was satisfactory to all of 'dinar premiums if any $10 000 00 . Vburg, was up to see her. folks a few at 11:30 oclock emocrats in the State, except a by , The 6olemn and impressive cere- Total U. S. government securities.. $35 000 00 v das ago. She was accompanied Securities, three or lour counties and a Other Bonds. Stoeks. anotner iaay teacner aau a yuuun mony laid down in fhe (Hiurch 'Ritual 5 555 IS Y the city of Louisville gentleman named Burrls, who. is- em- was used. and. after the ceremony the jBankmg houe,Sl 000 00: Purnlr time after Judge Hurt had is-- ceive and open sealed bids made upon For Sale. ki tuv nn , tare and fixtures, J500 00 ployed in a bank that place. Qvlny statement indicating that he forms furnished by said council, which couple were dismissed by a short pray Re- Lawful reserve with1 Federal v d accept a renomination but forms in meantime can be had by ap17 414 40 Rev. W. B. Cave, of Normal, 111., a er by the minister serve Bank A good rebuilt Indian Motorcycle. jaot leave the work of the court plying to the marshal of said town. former Columbian, is.here, visiting his The couple were most becomingly Cash in vault and amount .due SO 723 82 T. G. Rasner & Son. from National Banks ,'attlred, the vhrlde,ln white 'and she 1 went to Said bids shall be opened and read many friends. tEn kea fight for it, t oses. TKe. C leeks on other banks in the same tjEk kfort to see Judge Hurt. I publicly and contract awarded to the carried a bouquet, brldt city or town as. reporting bank' Mi. Sam Lewis returned a few days groom was dressed in a dark blue suit,' and told him that he lowest and best bidder, unless said out 43617 other than itein 12 .. igo .from a week's stay in Tiouisvllle Notice Election Officers. rjm the church the couple and a easily' win the nomination over council shall see fit to reject any or all Total of items 9.' 10. 11, 12 on business and pleasure. 1M 99 SI and 13.... few special "friends repaired to the. aiffo r aff Democrats that might op-- bids Such bidders must be in con home of the "bride's mother,. Mrs W, Checks and drafts on banks Inhlm, j. ihen Mr. Leon Lewie, who recently saldr "Judge, I dition to make and enter 'into a conJt To each and every election officer, eluding Federal Reserve , Bank from a visit iy Missouri, Is A. Hjp.es where a most delightful town hereto assure you that it you tract, and such bids must be accom- that may be holding Keys to ballot located outside of cltyor luncheon, was served. Iu the , considering a proposition for employ rMBi ve the Democratic nomination panied by a bond of 3500, The con- Boxes, and election seals, you will ' of reporting bank.. ... .473 72 507 23 VUf couple left' 'for Lebanon Mislixneous cash items........ 33 51 offered him in Republicans of the Third. Appel- - tractor before entering upon the per- please'send or mail mint which has been the whera they, expected to take a train Redemption tani with UI" S. m District. wllCnot clve vou anv od- - formance of his contiact hereunder County Court "Clerk'sthem inat toonce, that State. office Treasnrer and due from U.'S. the, East, before 'Rolntr. to the awarded shall give bond with: approv- and save cost of buying new on&3. '"""Mr 1250 00 pcfltion' Treasurer H, N.Stmth-- , wife and little for v irroom's home iq. Virginia Judge Hurt replied, in substance ed surety to guarantee the faithful Please act at once and oblige, Respt., MrtSmythe'srnoth-er-ln-Iaw- , son, H N Jr. and S3S2 079 62 Total., Mrs. Hankinn was reared and partly there his word was out and that lie performance of his said contract acS. C. Neat. Clerk A. C d Mis B oomquest, all of in- Columbia She finish J LIABIIJfflES. codld not go back on it He referred cording to'the plans and specifications City, Knu., are visiting rela- - educated Kansas College, Va- - an.d Capital stock paid in., 26 000 00 In Randolph-Maco- n to the custom of both parties in Ken of said ordinance, and when said work New. Stock. tiSii inColumbia. Mr Smyth Is. ji while in College she met and became Surplus fundi. ...-55 000 00 tucky of renominating a Judge who Is completed it shall be subject to fiwt,Byfl Sarah who live? 113 76 315 acquainted with Mr. Hankins, whois Undivided profits, Interest, and had made good He said ,he would nal inspection and acceptance.by said Reserved for ettSvlllF it.e, near town and. young man nowher-hus'band- i He Is a taxes accrued.. 22 118 71 stand bv his published declaration City Council. Reference can be had Our house is fall of new things fa H i v ..ow busy, meeting 1s a natl vft y of excellent character and standing, 417 229 47 Reserved for and won d not make a fight for renom- to the ordinance herein above men Dry (tods, Ready to wear Goods, Nohis old frien-Less current expeares, interand upon his return with his, ination, tioned for conditions and speclQca-SI 23757 5 992 10 est and iaxes paid Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Judd, Mr and fre and filS companion - I knew that. I wasrabsoIutely safe In tibns undei which sId sidewalk1 musr. tions, Farslsaiogs, Rags, etc A large 24 700 00 Circulating Notes outstanding Mrs J, H . Carmine, of Allensvllle will be jovfuliy met by a largeu circle .A tAfiwf (fna nefiAnol Tift Ira ." it giving "Judge Hurt ""the" assurance! be constructed. The-- ' 'contractor to line, of Hens a&d Sys Dethin, Shoes, ' iam-IHana ' Ttalofitems21.22, , visited ar. JUanK-iua- a otfrlS'nds-- ' vfy lu did, JHis serlces.'l?pi",tri& beri6h had whom'trils contract may - be awarded etc Command !ok oyer oar stock. ... " , j t ..?,.U " ' 1T,r' .T.WitPi!ZA young: : . 6 tbla place, and other relatives in ' The bride ts'ohe of " -. ! been of such hlghch'aricter 'that. Re-- ' will be jfiveo thirty (80) days frjorri acftisseir&Co. this county, last week. They 4etton girls ever reared in this community:,, .Individual deposits subjept'ovl,,241 337 62 publicans had no desire to displace1 ceptance pf his contract inwfilch to .. , ...y.i. .a 5d 2t, Wednesday.-.- , They and her many friends while- thev disr! ., choclc.. their return trip complete' 'said sidewalk. " 60 00 him- - Owing to my personal' and pro .Dividends unpaid;..'... .....'...'. motored to.aud'from in ,tfelr car. Mr., liked to part withilier, Totalof demand deposits (other I fesefdnal relations ".V, with Judge Hurt APPROVED Oct. 21922 Notice. f Judd and wlfe lire 'nativjand thfey Jov.ad. unbounded "liapplneas. will re . than bank dePOalts) subjec.t, to. J. L. Hurt, before ills election, I could not. have ; oounty-tweS- f .years ago.. jnatKviin nero joug aaauo nv feft Adair Mayor .Town ofColumbla, Ky. thought of runniog against him and 31V Jedg, Charles Moorman, of the 1 Joe;rDarsch And ' WlUiaW of the district to Messrs. Atrt;JiG. Eubank. Tlie.law provides that all land own--r $363 079 62 eatapky Court of Appeals; and his Total decide.for themselves whether my of Lguisvllfe; aud sba!) clean out all tiuahM, briars Hllderbrand, Jr., I VOterkf. . Stats of Kbwtucxy", ) wife, jinclerpd aupt f the brfd in thte matter showed any parti Miss Mlldre Taylor, of Lebanon, an4;flph;!ong the couhty roads and BtilothriHylieiJr county op.adais j saoshlp I ask. you also to contrast Mias Frances Strange,, of this and her brbtrjef.'M cut all timber that shades said roads wiw'isin the Taw school at Lexington; I. Bruce Montgomery. Caskier ot the above, jDjCattltudecwrthtihab of a few Dem- . trVDesirable.Farm. or qad ;tlmber that might .fall upon last Sunday evening and night,! placet named bank, do solemnly swear iVbat.tke abo've ocrirtsi who set Judge Hurt' aside saldroads- - So please attend to this returning to tneir nomesaionaay were here, to witness the peremony. t "Why did they do this? The root, of The couple will receive many hand statement is true to "the Booming. T ind belief. Brace 'Montgomery, Cashier. " Myirm on thefRuM$lt SprlngB matter at onceG--and avoid trouble ' A few Democrats . Cr . Jeffries, J A.C.VC, Subscribed and. sworn to before methis 19th the matter is this. rpadj .five miles from Columbia, is for ' ;jfrs W, C Orr, o Green'cpunty, is incerfain counties wanted to make a 60-day ot Sept. 192&13! n shading a Week with Mrs.yew F. place jot one o .their number; sale,Jand I desire to transfer it 'as LvyiII beat JarnKtftvynWh- Xeoni ifj? .' J! Stults Notary Patifc" '& they so" concelxedyjhe plan qulckfy as, possible. There are 120 acres J Wanted: v. in a high state Kclvliizat(oTai" Tunniri 13th.JTd55.- Commlsaion exsires Jan. ofseiKiing Judge McCndlesk'to Frank'lirT. Baker is sdln8?aAls&&!. :ts' TQ trrlt?.. re ;jtj i Henry fit Miller. water v in ea&rl eld dmpartlvely a .100 ycarauUiu, iui Tveijsu wvwliv s. fort in order to get)inv qfl'offie z in Louisville, f new dwe)ling"hou'88' and aj necessary v Ah BilfdxSrto.iiac.eaehe Braxton Massle, 850 to 1,200 pounds. Must be ti. V a, 'J u Si ., ...J5 JJJ7. Motftffomfiry.Drctors. ofroult bench Geo. Jas GTaroett arrived, from in ffrmrt tiPih ana sound: 'of, all nz rt- outbuildings.. Plenty If ii. L. Wenhlngton, Grader. This election meaoBlittle on noth4 Louisville, last Friday nljffitratrdhre Irlnrla. and flro wnnrl in aVinnHanco 5daiighter 50 tf malned until the first fdf 'the week. and' sool!irldrin 35W '.'' Rol &n"it Close td church, fS?fVfA( 9kfyl-- 5Uw Burton .10 ILves near J TstfSfttx t ., : III Wrs. Miltoa Martin, slater of Mes BIGlROrVD ition'-of- " Judge.' TmJ1 tr.iat first ciass neignoornooa." uerms win Ji 'Jli' Rantnla"4flll. Hldrl aniODOQ nrlor cult -Eu-- . wtlf be tnada easy for,i aser. Judge Is as lmpdrtAhtas tha.t of Ap-- . 3raes Lanle Sfiitliand1 JidJ1.5"--t ' i AMI tcistj,., W&mtQWl3 ttL OCIVIOO last wee!li' fV. XUUtJlAl MftlMMlMrnM VYCIO pellate Judge, and- - rather moredlfB?' x, " ti. lilt: Jiank, of TalahomaTenn?, fe- - Vlsltingi am row.' readyi t jjj receive, .Graded Ky. ''' sw !' I sp&pk, in Columbia. ua held arJ the local church, quite a num cult to fill. rt Aiv iol(? .'. 7!. 8BY1 JTOUf School Tax. Come to FlfsV National Ai . . I ask the voters to decide, who has bias. Mr. Uriah Collins, Sale a Success in Every way ber of sympathizing friends being played" politics in Bank. Own Home ProductOil. S this matter. years agp is'tbaslj county forty-tw"k present. Bruce Montgomery, Treas. 51 nSV3 III 2sD3 u. Very respectfully, a?'3&q iiOt "oifopff-- , Srjsitlng his old friends ia shi ,,.! LUburn Phelps. him. Read Ybong'S'Adsr The k)bi.ale,conductedJn.thls"oity t 'Mrs Lueil'a Bennett, who killed her v Aberline Texas. His wifeIs-wlt- h f&& arjiyye respectfully sollcit'your patron-g- e 'fu Advertisement. husband, Walter Bennett, a few Mrs.'Coliins were by ;th4lW tCt'.JPayhe :B&il&l tv Last week Mr. and patroh1isflhg'(us youarja'ipar :By. O.. was.;a success weeks ago Jn Jeflersonvllle, Ind., was 'Wanted. at thehome of Mr. Geo. M. Steveason, if. Ji iionizlngh6m"e conyefb fndwitho'nt 'i St: being Jnave'ry; particular , Thejpeatlon wa glvena trial last week and acquitted. Purebred Ho Sale at Ca'rhpiells Mr. Collins and Mr Stevenson f. aSjeautifulisi.te onc the west; side i . Behnett was a native ofAdaircount.y, brothers-in-Jaw- . .:".. 111. ,i. t. Vs jJid Hn? rvaenlf no Viqq 'f.ha' 'minpU' .vnft rtnofY. Ash Billets 3x3x39, 12c each. i- WL Vilie Ky-- , and was a son of Geo. .Bennett Jkmestdwn and Ru.sseU Springs ? 3cr. - o n; I 'yfor V? b r "' a&?" ' Mr. M.L.. Mitchell left Friday, iui juui-uiii- . JJU" uiuio lutiago yoi. r f R. L. Wethlngton, 'Graders pike "There -- yere .72 Iots, iu c ?;srJ84 The breeders 6FDuroc"and Spotted gallon, pur 'lamp ofl does not' have 50 tt t Louisville to visit WagraDd-daugh- r 120 Foe Sale. EdrdlcarjJn.goodjCondi--to ranged, f roro-$2- 5 conty the objectionable odor so often com. ters He was accompanied .as far as Ion, cheapo A, crowd, of labou t 1509. , peop ewwa$ i.io.sb., will holda.combinatiot) sale Thursday, plained, about in "Kerosene We have Don't fail to see the .display at Lebanon by his -- wife, W, G. Roy. in attenaance. ine Diaaiag was apwi Oct. 19, 1922; at. Campbellsvllle, Ky. to burn oil ourselves for lights, conse- Young's; fit . h. beginning to the end 5 Edith and Ethel Montgome ry ited from the Payne Realty Co., was reprej Thetlme, fortrifi.dark tobacco grtw All animals,80ld sliltablrfor breedingg quently wa.hav? your Interests ri(?ht Tbe purpdse? ''HogsVf bothibreedg .apg-in- in our own home We liave. high MJsses Mr, Buford Montgomery, extended' tog JS: ers to sign lias-beeFor Sale ' 11 frtim sammerrpigg to .mature ani- grade gaa-ol- l Maud Bryant motor for fuel, oil engines and Lnl ailev and , whom, sd Co be r 28 On that? date :it will pqsl-- mals iiicluded. Pedlerees furnished Road oil for your streets to Sellsbure. Ind. last week o visit Von, Edward Payne, both of tractors. i to v close. If you want in get9jn., with everything. Come and buy what conducted themselves as to win rh) keep the dust down this summer. Ii F Montgomery and family. A desirable home at a re-': confidenctf-and-esteenf Mie citizen Burley glowers are notified that the you need. Fuel' oil for your steam boiler, that Is price, if sold at once. JHrr Miss Jennye McFarland accompa- - ship of Jamestown aud Russell coun hooks will certainly close on the 6th J. L. Miller, County Agent. E. cheaper to burn than wood. We t Calf ,nied her sister Miss Alma, who Game ty. They were assisted by Prof. R of November. 6 r would-b- e pleasedto quote you prices down to the HynesHawkins wedding Gamete Graves, Normal teacher of on any of the above products, and For Sale. Fob Salk S. C White Leghorn ;to Russell Springs, andVill visit other the Russell Creek Academy, of Camp Judge Carter's next court will be with our fair policy of satisfHCtioncr ' points in Russell county: by Capt. G.. Li cockerels bellsvllle, K , and held at Jamestown, commencing one your money back guarantee we are Mrs John D. Lowe of Danville, , Ky. Prof: 31 2t Toombs, week from last Monday. At preseut "making Miss Helen Cabell, of Gresham, friends rapidly. THE HOME . One wheat Drill. Now is your court h at Libert. Saturday night Graves made on of the most effect! vi chance for a cheap pair of Shoes. Green county, spent CONCERN appealing speeches ever made ra Murder Case. Closing .out. Hurry before theyjre and Sunday with Miss Mary Hughes. and citizens of Russell cnanty, telliugt & Refining Co., TheCarnahan Oil awMillForSale. the all' gone. Creelsboro, Ky. Mrs Horace Cundiff left Monday them' why tijey should tun lots at the! -. . L. M. Smith, ,. '., . C! J Davidson. to join her husband in Cincinnati opening of the . sale, snowing themj A man named McQueary is now on Cane Valley. K1 GefaerabManager. 4 We have a 20 horse power boiler and' ' ' Miss Mary Hughes accompanied her the advantage in owning and developi trial at. Liberty, charged with murder' && 3&tf lug his 'wife The killing occurred In; engine and a complete.saw.mil, Rus Toombs is i incr real estate. Capt, ttr a few weeks visit. sell without a doubt one of the best uc4 Casey county, but the case is being :We ma"ke, practrfcaliy as good as new, '. Notice. vlll sell at a bargain and will take, before an Adair county juryg - He kept t'loneers in Kentucky. tha tried lot I have just received ahand.of army For Sale attenti'ou all the time by his clever One hundred men were summoned in any kind of goud trade. Easy terms goods, new and. second I can Adair, last Friday, who reported lnx to the purchaser If interested, call wit; 'and his masterly speech very low prices See me before 1 All person holding notes or accounts sell at ' Music was furnished' by the Colortdfl Liberty at 9 o'clock .Saturday morn or write. buying your clothing and shoes. I can against the estate of R, O. Cabbell da ,Mrs. W. W, Klrtley, postmaster at Band, "of Aioutpeller It was a great! ng Late in' the afternoon, a jury. Wolford Bros. ceased,, "will present them.cto ma - Joppa-wil- l save you money. sell her property Jn order to Casey Creek,. Ky. day, a great crowd aud a great tlme.i was made up. properly proven, on or beforethe 1st J. H take, a rest. The property conslsfsof -- Russell County News Ky, ot November, 1922. Oct; 21922.' ,' z. dwelling apd two store houses aha " ForiSalz. A. O. Young Executor. stock of goods, barn and all necessary -' EorSale. Public bale. Millinery. ont buildings One acre of ground at .Tf J" acres of good pas-tu- t WJFKci' tup house and three Ivill ot Satirday,0ct.,2Ist offerjir e land and a lot of chicken coop s . Ou Wednesday, Oct. 18,HS2, at my sale YeareiivHedt see mj Use tf Siurc housr," stock Didder far cask. ti tie Wshest "i . Adtaresfcher at Joppa. plac atFairplay, KyM willoffer for . '. &mstudsi 01 ,CaBafceUSYi iGrocerKs, Hardware and Farming Im fail aid wiiter Tuts.Mrs. R. W. Htfw Ash Billfta 3t3xnnx .j mar. 1 pine in wwn f i twamwa. MecM' pigments. Best stand in the county; sale laddie horM, Riil . jt'c.ni..Ai. i, Gtuder." AjbocIlWOQ h Trw BurJsy.Tebfccco t : ' --- i- "xl6o.f 2 cows, 20 hMct of )i.'r, 1 siatstf 6 ret as aid Hall. Oi Vfc Mid all trie lQxfcrofr. Mdbtywill no fam horse, : fwet tbedMe 17tk atd OaM.VaUiiji'Ky: itt't ' wigwa,, 1 buggy ad ba,rJic-cum preftises are .' MriatpUM'&inta. ";' ices- siecUt sat&alaBnii'sVtkaWifr. LC IMM .kuc-hbbwaekold snd f adakif sary wtihiiuiiigs. iiSv. ' tl&e' v .rnngstoo A , f urnlfr Hi mmf 21 supjwr at RairifftH'lCbMl how Witt .UAsttdidaJuJd itvery ,1 uiVSi ' iuriuaiuad 'V G -, r Ftrany ir.fjrsila cli, wil ' -& jv .. k '.u wl,'a a ,u t'lcouimte(. lw. ntr Tl lf'jat ( J. ji.qiu Myers, was week. REPORT ". &s -- non-partis- an - For Bids to Construct Concrete Last Saturday afternoon, Miss Katharine J. Colvln and Mr. Ernest Y. Sidewalk Garvin moiored to Lebanon and were united in Marriage there at 4 o'clock, by R3v H. bride is Pursuant.to Ordinance passed and a charming W Schwan. Thedaughter youdg lady, and apnroved by the City Council of the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Colvln and the Town of Columbia, Ky., at a regular of groom is one of Campbellsville's splenmeeting of said Council held at its young, men, and employed at presregular meeting place in said town on did by Refining Co., ent the Good-Gul- f the 8th of August. 1922, said council of this city. We join their many relahereby advertises for bids for con tives and extending congratu tracts to build and construct a con lattons friends l. crete sidewalk to be built and constructed fronting and abuting the Notice. property of C R Hutchinson on the North East side of Merchants street in the said town of Columbia, Ky. I am now ready to receive Graded At its next regular meeting of said School Tax. Come to First National on the 1st Monday Bank. 7, council night in November 1922. at its regular Bruce Montgomery, Treas. meeting place in said town, it will reNews-Journato-wl- t, 50-2- W ht-hi- d & 4 aftor-nooh'l- ie ce -- , - Ken-tuckyijrJ- " 1 -- V ; fthe-bes- ". rtr - T. V" m,m - , -- , - - trust-that'on- y "- - -- , , .- fask-pemocra- ts -- action vls--iW- d bestofmy-Jaiqwiedg- e some-present- s 2t e. ora-Low- y - .,,; n,SMMdtlJ !aSSySf w1 . of-frg- Sf-.J- ii -- - i k who.-ieiOjiuss- eH - fjl o . He-reslc- Conip.arlV-otCamorJeUsviJletKy- ;, - . . Hjf-th- . .aiff-Price- s - K-- ' r '. ?.. -- -. 17th-I8t- - .'?; C. - - 51-2- IK' . . 4 v . - ,''",'' '- . Watson..-Columbia- , T51-2t- w 5 r - . 12c-acJ- lf p, Ul, b :S?pr ojt 'tjit". - t9 ffltr1l li ,. ! , -- rr- -- . - :'!:, ,1 jtf!L ''i- h V fcl ."""" fy.i- - T.'f "; rfrf"rr--vnr'T-$?- , "9,t v 'r' a- - t - 'tfi TJi' -- "jT" V' -- 2; v t f crushed. "Howdy," ADAIRSCOUflTY NEWS the mun said after the western fashion. 'How doyou do," Eruce replied. "How far to Martin's stored The man filled his pipe ..with great care before he answered. "Jump In the car," he replied at last, "and I'll show you. I'm going up. that way my-- The Strength Of ThePines Edison Marshall Author self." CHAPTER VI Bruce had ho misunderstanding the man's meaning. It was simply a threat, nothing more nor less. way to go to that "I've come cabin," he replied. "I'm not likely to , turn off now.'' "There's nothing worth seeing when you get there. Just an old haga wrinkled old dame that looks like a a,bout witch." ofTheVbice Hlush-aiion- s of ttePacIc by Irwin Myers yi SYNOPSIS CHAPTER I. At the death of his foster father, Bruce Duncan, In an eastern city, receives a mysterious message, sent toy a Mrs. Ross, summoning htm peremptorily to southern Oregon to meet "Linda." CHAPTER H. Bruce has vivid but baffling recollections of his childhood in an orphanage, before his adoption by Newton Duncan, with the girl Linda. CHAPTER IIL At his destination. Trail's End, news that a message has been sent to Bruce is received with marked displeasure by a man Introduced to the reader as "Simon." CHAPTER -- Cojnjriahr by LUtle . Drown, F. and Co ,- JwflF tain store, containing a small sample of almost everything under the s,un. and built at the forks? In the road. Bruce entered slowly, and the littio group of loungers gazed aMiim with Crank curiosity. Only one of them' was of a type distinguished .so tin:: Bruce's ovnt curiosity was arpuW This was a huge, dark man who'sfoosi alone almost at the rear of the build ing a eritable giant Willi savage eyes Wondhouud lips and' There w.as a quality in his posture s'ifU-'cntJdeep-sunke- n Martin's was a typical little moun- IV The train came to a sliding halt Greek, pau?d an infinitesimal fraction of a second, and roared on In Its ceaseless Journey. That Infinitesi mal fraction was long enough for Bruce, poised on the bottom step of a sleeping car, to swing down on to the gravel His bag, hurled by a sleepy porter, followed him. Duncan's next Impression was one of Infinite solitude. He hadn't read any guidebooks about Deer Creek, and terious suspense. he had expected some sort of town. The stranger's face changed too. He But here was one little wooden strucdid not flush, however. His lips curled ture with only three sides, the openever so slightly, revealing an Instant's ing facing the track. It was evidently glimpse of strong, rather well-kethe waiting room used by the raoun-jtal- n The Night Hours Passed. The Sense teeth. His eyes were narrowing too ; of Peace Seemed to Oeepan on the and they seemed to come tolife with men as they waited for their Man. local trains. singular sparkles and glowings -t There were no porters to carry his the lids. didn't know which direction to 'take, "Well?" he suddenly demanded. ,bgg. There were no shouting officials. whether up or down the creek. Every man in the room except one His only companions were the stars He gave the problem a moment's and the moon and, farther up the thought. The one exception was started. "Take the road up the Bruce himself. He was holding hard slope, certain tall trees that tapered to incredible points almost in the re- Divide," Barney Wegan had saidf and on his nerve control, and he only conat once Bruce knew that the course tinued to- - stare coldly. gion where the stars began. lay up the creek, rather down. "Are you the merchant?" Bruce The whole scene, for causes deeper A divide means simply the than places high any words may ever seek and re- between one asked. than watershed and another, "No, I ain't," the other replied. "Yon veal, moved him past any experience e and of course Trail's End lay usually look for the merchant behind in his life. It was wholly new. beyond the source of the stream. He turned about until the wind was The creek itself was apparently a the counter." no smile on in his face. It was full of fragrances, the faces of There was of the Rogue, the great strange, indescribable , smells that river to the south. the waiting mountain men, usually to seemed to call up a forgotten world. delighted, Bruce was in a mood to They carried a message to him, but as these early morning hours.beHe was on yet he hadn't made out its meaning. the way to Linda ; a dream was about He only knew It was something mys- to come true. The whole adventure terious and profound: great truths was of the most thrilling and Joythat flickered, like dim lights, in his ous anticipations. He did not feel consciousness, but whose outline he the load of his heavy suitcase. It could not quite discern. was nothing to his magnificent young Perhaps there were sounds, but they strength. only seemed part of the silence. The The sun rose higher, and be began faintest rustle In the world reached to feel its power. The sweat came Mm from the forests above of many out on his bronze face, but he never little winds playing a running game felt better In his life. There was but between the trunks, and the stir of one great need, and that was break 'Iff" the Little People, moving In their midfast. night occupations. Each of these A man of his physique feels hunge sounds had Its message for Bruce. quickly. The sensation increased Ir They all seemed to4 be trying to tell intensity, and the suitcase grew cor him something, to make clear some respondingly heavy. And once great truth that was dawning in his he stopped short in the all af The road. consciousness. Impulse along his nerves to hfs leg He was not in the least afraid. He muscles was checked, like an, elec felt at peace as never before. He trie current at the closing of a switch picked up his bag, and with stealing and an instinct of unknown origir steps approached the long slope be- struggled for expression His great arm reached out with withint him Trail. Clear until the deeper hind. The moon showed him a fallen incredible power and seized a handIn an instant he had It He didn' forest closed around him her voice still ful of leaves off a near-b- y shrub. It followed him a strange croaking In know whence It came. It was.norh log, and he found a comfortable seat Ing he had read or that any one ha seemed to Bruce that they crushed the afternoon silence. "At, last," he on the ground beside It, his back like fruit and stained the dark skin. heard her crying. "At last, at last" against its bark. Then he waited for told him. It seemed to be rather th result of some experience in his owi 'Tve already decided. I'm going the dawn to come out on." The night hours passed. The sense .Immediate life, an occurrence of s a.wirv TO BE CONTINUED Once more they stood, eyes meeting of peace seemed to deepen on the man. long ago that he had forgotten it. He suddenly knew where he could And eyes on the trail, and Simon's face was relaxed, his brown face grave, He sat his eyes lifted. The stars began to his breakfast. He set his suitcase "I Would Like to Have You Tell Me," darkening with passion. Bruce knew He Said Quite Clearly, "The Way to that . his hands "were clenching, and Odd Items' From Everywhere dim and draw back farther into the down, and with the confidence of a Mrs. Ross' Cabin." man who hears the dinner call in his his own muscles bunched and made recesses of the sky. The round outown home, he struck off Int? the ready to resist any kind of attack. line of the moon seemed less pronumexpected when dne of thickets beside the creek bed .In- be achieves repartee on a their But Simon didn't strike. He laughed nounced. And a faint ribbon of light Mrs. William M.Polk, aged 65, ber tenderfoot. stinct and really, after, all, instinct Nevertheless, the tension was broken. began to grow In the east instead a simple deep note of, utter and depthless scorn. Then he drew of Portland, Me., has made 64 It widened. The light grew. The is nothing but memory led his steps Bruce turned to the merchant. ; true. night wind played one more little "I would like to have you tell me," back and let Bruce pass on up the trips across the Alantic Ocean. game between the tree trunks and He glanced here and there, no even he said quite clearly, "the way to road. Her voyages have been to Euwondering at the" singular fact that Mrs. Ross cabin." slipped away to the Home of Winds znoun not know exactly what manner CHAPTER VII he did that lies somewhere above the rope andNorthern Africa, but The merchant seemed to wait a long tains. The little night sounds were of food he was seeking. In a mo- time "before replying. His eyes stole d ment he came to a growth of slowly stilled. Bruce couldn't mistake the cabin. At she is contemplating a trip to the to the giant's face, found the lips a bushes, a thicket that only eyes, not knowing Bruce closed his curled in a smile; then he flushed. the end of the trail he found it-Orient. "why. knew how to penetrate. His blood was leaping in his the little shack oi unpainted boards with d TaW the road," he said But it was enough for Bruce just with a trace of defiance veins. An unfamiliar excitement, alThe longest tunnel of its kind in his tone, a single door and a single window. most an exultation, had come upon to stand at its edges. The Pushes He stood a moment In the sunlight him. He lowered Ills head nearly to were bent down with a load c'f 'It soon "becomes a trail, but keep He could not guess what was his des- in the world, 2,000 feet below right on going up It At the fork in tiny behind that rude door. It was the surface of the earth and his hands that rested In his lap; ten a berries. waited a full five minutes more. a moment long waited ; for one of the He wasn't in the least surprises. He the trail you'll find her cabin." i'b now under "How far Is it, please?" Then he opened his eyes. few times in his life he was trembling 8,000 feet long, The had known that he would findithem. "Two hours' walk; you can make with excitement. He felt .as if a key construction in the Coeur d'Alene light had; .grown around him. His Always, at this season ef th6 yeift", the hands were quite plain. Slowly, as woods were rich with them; one only It easy by four o'clock." long lost, was turningln the doorway district in Idaho. At present, a man raises his eyes to a miracle, had to slip quickly through the? back "Thank you." His eyes glanced over of understanding. he lifted his face door1 while the mother's eye wa elsthe stock of goods and he selected a He walked nearer and tapped with the tunnel has been advanced The forest was no longer obscured ewhereto find enough of then not few edibles to give him strength for his knuckles on the door.' more than 3,000 jfeet. in darkness Thcf great trees had only to pack the stomach full ut to the walk.' "I'll leave my suitcase here If the tforests have one emerged, and only the dusk as of stain and discolor most of the face. if I may," Tie said, "and will call lor Is silence. What sound quality it Frederick E. Judd and Edward twilight was left between. He saw But it seemed to Mm that he re iched it later." He turned to go. there Is, carries far and seems rather them plainly, their symmetrical them easierthan he expected. Hither law; of "Walt Just a minute," a voice spoke out of place. Bruce-coul- d picture the K. Parsons, brothers-in- forms, their declining limbs, their tall the bushes were not so tall as ie re- behind him. It was a commanding whole of the little drama that followed of Southhampton, are the con- tops piercing, the sky. He saw them membered them, or since his first tone implying the expectations of his knock by Just the faint sounds as they were, those ancient, eternal knowledge of them his own s ature obedience. Bruce half turned. ".Simon inaudible in a less silent land d testants for the Republican nom- 'symbols and watchmen of the wilder- had increased. wants to talk to you," the merchant behind the door. At him from nomination for Representee f ness. And he knew them at last, acWhen he had eaten the last berry explained. first- - it was Just a start ; then a short "r"3"Vt quaintances long forgotten but re- he could possibly hold, he went to "I'll walk with you o way and show exqlamation In the hollow, fromtthe second lew Hampshire membered now. the creek to drink. He lay dov n be- you the road," Simon continued.-- The voice of old, old age". A mo"The pines Yf he cried. He leaped side a still pool, and the water was room seemed deathly qulej: as the two ment more of silence as if ajslow- - District. to his feet with flashing eyes. "I cold to his lips. Then he rose gt the men went out together. . moving,' aged brain wer.e trying to Newport, Vt., has exactly the to the pines 1" have come-bac- k sound of an approaching motor car They walked side by side until a conjecture who stood outside then . behind him. 'J? -- .. 1 turn of the road tookthem out.of the creaking of a chair as, some onej same number of 'men and, women r CHAPTER V. f The a cattlelian range of the store. "ThisIs the 'road," rose. The Mast sounds were of a 2,48&of each. 7' - . ' stopped his car and looked at Bruce Simon said. "All you have to do Is strange hobbling toward him a rustle The dawn revealed a narrow road with some curiosity. He marked the follow on the floor and 'Grease.,' for tram wheels costs it Cabins are not so. many along - the-- ' bank of Deer creek a perfectly fitting suit of dark flannel, that you could mistakepltiBut the of shoes half dragged the intermittent tapping of a cane thrown little, wanderer which, winding j the trim, expensive shoes' t'ftitf were, main tMng Is whether or not you large .railroads more The face .that showed so dimly In , some of the Jicvft and there, did not .seem to know already ,the siikeni shirt want to go." ' the shadowed room looked Just 'as than $2,QQO,'O0O a year. CSlCtlylvheife ltwisli$d 'to go. Bruce ,cm vhich.a Juicy berry had been IHHHI ilSllilHI illililBi at Deer right-of-wa- y. one could look at him was-- a power in, thes mountain realms. He was dressed much as the otliei mountain men who had assembled in the store. He wore a flannel shirt over his gorilla cheat, .and corduroy trousers stuffed into high, ,manjvseame! riding boots. The dark eyes were full upon Bruce's face. He felt them Just If they had the power of actual nhlp al impact the Instant that he was Nor was It the Inside the door. ordinary look of careless speculation or friendly interest. It was such that is dear, no man, to whom could possibly disregard. It spoke clearly as words. Bruce flushed, and his blood made a curious little leap. He slowly turned. His gaze moved until it rested full upon the man's eyes. It took all of Bruce's strength to hold that gaze. The moment was charged with a mysonce. JCo ami-doub- that attracted Bruce's attention at that he, Bruce felt a deep and little understood resentment "at the words. Yet Since he had as yet established no relations with the woman, he had no grounds for silencing the man. T11 have to decide that," he replied.' "I'm going to see some one else, too." "Some .one named Linda?" "Yes. You seem quite interested." .. They were standing face to face in the trail. For once Bruce was glad of his unusual height He did not have td raise his eyes .greatly to look squarely into Simon's. Both faces were flushed, both set; and the eyes of the older man brightened slowly. "I am interested," Simon replied. "You're tenderfoot. You're fresh from cities. You're going up there to Rnif hnil mmoctix?u .. noct I .... uw ,. . w lgJK An echo of Shipley church,-Suss- ex hawk-jiose- d belief, lean and from age. The hand that rested pn the cane was England, will clearly like a bird's claw, the skin blue and syllables. hard and dry- - She stoodbowed ovdr cane. her W.- - D." Johnson, of Fichburg' Yet in that flrstMnstant Bruce had an inexplicable impression of being in has entered at the fair in that-ci- y the presence of a power. He did not j two. sunflowers, each meas-unu- g have the wave of pity with which one 14 leec. usually greets the' decrepit . And at first he didn't know why. But so5n In 1443. Donatellojrevived the he grew accustomed to the shadows v and he could see the "woman's eyes. art of bronze casting in the Then he, understood.; equestaian statue, of Erasmo de They were set deep, behind grizzled "brows, but, they glowed like coals. Narni in Padua, Italy. Guiseppe There was no other word. They were Pittsburg, Penn., -'hot the eyes of one whom time is Morptti, o about to conquer. Her bodily strength has departed from this "i&eshod was gone; any personal .beauty that she ,mlght have had was 'ashes long of aut casting to cast m alumi- and long ago, but some great fire num a bust of """Charles M. Hall, ...i re-peat'- 31 -- a-- self-respe- ct -- pt - en ome-wher- sub-tributa- ry Km sWTwm left-han- MB" frmi ?a She blinked in the light "Who is It?" she croaked. Bruce did not answer. He had not prepared a reply for tills question. But learn things that won't be any pleas- It was not needed. The woman leaned ure to you. You're going Into the forward, ,and a vivid light began to real mountains a man's land suchas dawn in her daVk, furrowed face. Even to Brute, already succumbed never was a place for tenderfeet. A crnod mnnv rhlncs enn hnnnpn un4 to this atmosphere of mystery into there. A good, many things have hap- which his adventure had led him, that pened up there. I warn you go dawning light "was the single most ; startling phenomenon-- he had ever be back !" Bruce smiled, just the faint flicker held, The witchlike, fate seemed to And of a smile, but Simon's eyes narrowed gleam with a white flame. when he saw The dark face lost- a Bruce knew that his comiug was the little of its Insolence, He knew men, answer to the prayer of, a whole this huge son of the wilderness, and It was" a thought to sober him. he knew that no coward could smile In No small passion; no weak desire, no such a moment as this. He was ac-- prayer that time or despair could sicustomed to implicit obedience and lence could effect such a light as this. was not used to seeing men smile "Bruce," he said simply. It did, not when he uttered a threat. "I've come even occur to him to use the surname too far to go back," Bruce told him. of Duncan. It was a name of a time "Nothing can turn me." and sphere already forgotten. "I "Men have been turned before, pn don't know what my real last name trails like this," Simon told him. Is." "Don't misunderstand me. I advised "Bruce Bruce' the , woman whisyou to go back before, and I usually pered. She stretched a palsied hand don't take time or trouble to advise-an- to him as if it would feel his flesh to one. Now I tell you to go back. reassure her of its reality. He saw This is a man's land, and we don't the exultation In her wrinkled, 'lifted want any tenderfeet herel" face. "Oh, praises to His Everlasting "The trail Is open," Bruce returned. Name!" she cried. "Oh, Glory Glory It was not his usual manner to speak to on High!" In quite this way. He seemed at once The And this was not blasphemy. to have fallen into the vernacular of words came from the heart No matthe wilderness of which symbolic ref- ter how terrible the passion" from erence has such a part Strange as which they sprang, whether It was the scene was to him, it was In some such evil as would. cast her to hell, way familiar too. It was as If this cry as this could not go unmeeting had been ordained long ago; such a heard. The strength seemed to go out that it was part of an inexorable des- of her aswater flows. She rocked on tiny that the two should be talking together, face to face, on this winding her cane, and Bruce, thinking she was mountain road. Memories all vague, about to fall, seized her shoulders. all unrecognized thronged through "At last at last," she cried. "You've come at last" him. She gripped herself, as if trying to Many times, during the past years, find renewed strength. "Go at once," he had wakened from curious dreams that in the light of day he had tried she said, "to the end of the Trail.," It leads frtmi behlntfthe in vain to Interpret He was, never cabin." able to connect them with any rememHe tried to emerge from the dreambered experience. Now It was as if one of these dreams were coming true. like mists that had enveloped him. There was the same silence about him, "How far is it?" he asked her steadily. Trail," "To the end of the dark forests beyond, the ridges stretching ever. There was some she rocked again, clutched for one of great foe that might any instant over- his brown hands, and pressed it between hers. whelm him. Then she raised it to her dry lips. "I guess you heard me," Simon Bruce could not keep her from It And said; "I told you to go back." "And I hope you heard me too. I'm after an Instant more he did not atgoing on. I haven't any more time to tempt to draw It from her embrace. In give you." the darkness of that mountain cabin, "And I'm not going to take any In the shadow of the eternal pines, he .nore, either. But let me make one knew that some great drama of human thing plain. No man, told to go back life and love and hatred was behind by me, ever has a chance to be told the action ; and he knew with a knowlagain. This ain't your cities up here. edge unimpeachable that it would be There ain't any policemen on every only insolence for him to try further corner. The woods, are big, and all It Its meaning went too Kinds of things can happen in them deep for him to see; but it filled him md be swallowed up as I swallow with a great and wondering awe. these Jeaves in my hand." Then he turned away, up the -- burned In her yet v it - life-tim- eJ the . late -- scientist credited with the application of the electrolytic-process to the refiining of The second"4 "trial of Walter Stamp 'for the murder of W. Smith Russell has been set for November 27. Robert Fay, former German spy, has been deported after five years' imprisonment in States. Joe Lewis, the jailer qi Clay county, was shot and seriously wounded at Manchester by his. brother, Ules Lewis, The Henderson county Presbyterian churches subscribed 0 to the fund for Christain education in Kentucky. tbat'-metal. the-Unite- 1 d '. C 35,-50- claimed that the Turks are o n the eve of issuini ?am- timatum to the Allies d It is the evacuation of Thrace. is announced from Detroit that Ford will open up in ten days, as soon as coal actually be- It Pine-Need- le PIne-Need- le gins to arrive at his factory. Mrs. Cora Giley, who was dir vorced at Sf. Louis, admitted, that this- - was her ninth divorce, and that she was first married at the age of 14. Siepel, the new Prime ' Minister of Austria, is a priest, and is trying to operate the government after the plan of American democracy. Every Day Spent in School Worth. $9.25 you ever hear a boy or a girl who wants to qnit school, when it is unecessary; if you ever hear of parents who are think: If 1 to-res- ist Pine-need- le ing of putting their children to work unnecessary, just bring tna figures to their attention: Everyday spent in school pays the child $9. Here is the proof, based on the wages scale of 1913;: Uneducated laborers earn on the average of $500 per year for 40 years, a total of $20,000. High school graduates earn on the average of $1,000 peryear for forty years, " a total of $40,-00- 0. ', This education required 12 years of school of 180 days each, a- total of 2,160 days in school. If 2,160 days of school add $20, 000 to the income! for life, then each day at school adds $9.25. The child that stays out of school to earn less than $9 a day is loosing money not making - thorn-covere- she-be- ar us money". 1 . that-reache- , These figures arebased on an investigation- made by Dr. A. Caswell Ellis, of the University of Texas, at.the request of the United States 'Bureau of Education. . ' - 4. Dr. James W. Ward, of New York,' a native of Palestine was naturalized at theiage of 96. JT ' toSf-- driver-r-evldent-ly J - Ik Patrick R. Lancaster, a -- weal-th- y -- -- 1 duat-stafne- i, ed Louisville oil speculator, fail with liabilities of a half a i -' ,- million,, jttfetfg S V&iJ JS.U. r" , t t V. (f'v. &j & '& y - V, J&l- -- . i M- . 4 ' ' - -- , j Associa-lio- n r ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , ' 3 VET HAS" TWIN BRAINS Mair County Teacher's. Sfiell Shock and Accident Make Ex-Servi- To be held at Adair County Court House, on Saturday, October 14; 1922, a. m All Man Writes With Both ibeginnin at 8.30 o'clock, " patrons cordially invited; Hands Easily, but Left Finger ( Make Letfers Backward and Singing Independence' Choir. Upside-Dow, Devotioqal Exercise Kev B. V. Unusual Case.; Woodson Lewis & Son GREENSBURG, 'J tr ," n. v A Denver, Colo. Thought to have two Bennett.. brains, one ot which Is almost a blank; ' Address Supt. F. E. Webb. directing him to do and TheJDutjr of the .Teacher J. V. strange things, Hayward Thompson of Dudley: Kansas City, Mo., a World war veteran, Is being treated in a nospjtal here, " How to deal with the t older pupil where he wandered under the alias bf who la behind in his Loy. Thomas A. Anderson, fully convinced Primary Methods Mrs. W. J. Cun-dif- f , that it was his right name. Operations and hypnotism are being and Corrinne RljSpetoe. resorted to to return Thompson's memThe duty of the Parent L. Akin ory, lost during the World war when he was shell shocked. The effect of to lead a motorcycle? accl-- t the shell shock-nnThe necessity of following' the dent a few months before are nought Henry Hancock, Sec. ,i to have separated Thompson's brain inNoah Loy, to two Indlvfdual parts. Thompson Is able. to write with both Azro Had ley, d hands at the same time. Writing by H. H. with his right hand is. well Mrs. Allye Cundlfl, formed, but that of his left hand Is upside down and backward. A mirror has by N. L. to be used to read It. Every teacher Is required. to attend Thompson is also able to draw car toons with some technical ability, al- this association or teach an extra day. though before his Injury he was unF. E. Webb, an able to draw "" Intelligent picture, Supt. Adair County Public Schools ' friends say. Thompson's memory Is ablank for Course of Study Sanford Burt, Hen the days that preceded the World war. ry Hancock. During the time he was In the service Methods of teaching .Agriculture-Le- wis bis wife divorced him and his mother Coffey. died, army officials have discovered-Thompsoremembers neither his wife Methods of teaching Writing Myrnor his mother. The veteran's skull has been wired tle Huddleston. together, physicians say, and this leads What Books should be in the Disto the theory that the hrain is probably trict Library J. L. Hatfield, Mrs. W In two distinct parts. The wiring is probably the result of injuries suffered B. Hovious. In the motorcycle accident. How to assign Reading Lessons TMAcase of twin brains is similar to Azro Hadley, Mrs. Nannie Roach. twgeWSiiiJcen, phsicians say, who are Who Shall Use the Teacher's LibraoneTJOdy until a short time oerore tney are born. On of Thompson's brains ryAssociation. J. V Dudley, Chairman, Is normal, although a blank concerning recent years but the other Is his subby F. E. W. normal minJ, which now directs his ac&Z the-other wbrk--'Noah " - KENTUCKY.' Automobile Tire Sale. .iv. " d Kelley-Springfield pro-duce- and Miller 30x3 $11.92 31 x - KELLY - - 'MILLER - - - 30 x 3 $10.32 4 7.84 - 10.00 $19.20 17.40 Tubes $1.25 Up. n Chevrolet Utility Coupe Touring Roadster - Automobiles. f. o. b. v. at at at at $680.00 525.00 510.00 425.00 Flint. Michigan. " " " Commercial Chassis tions. " ' ' Monlpelier. f Complete Line of Men's and Young Men's Clothing Mens Fall Suits, $18.75, $21.00, $26,25, $30.00 and $33.75. RUf'S RESTAURANT FOR BUGS Mrs. J. C. Reece is visiting relatives at' Breeding this week. H tmm K,S SfcW "m. m .. 1l z ." thing that would hurt your feel- - tary of Commerce, and Andrew ings if said under similar circum W. Mellon, Secretary of Treasury who are directly in touch stances. Yes, it is a noble trait to rise with business conditions, are not above cutting things which as enthusiastic over the outlook BURIAL RITUAL BY WIRELESS might be said, and to be kind and as James J. Davis, Secretary of courteous to an offender. We Labor,' they feel that the late Ship Captain Didn't Have Prayer Book, So He Sends Out must not be easily touched "off." autumn is full of promise. Call for Help. None of these officials, howThere are a great many "Job's If no offence is intended, then Liverpool. There have been many Comforters" scattered around. we are the ones who are in fault. ever, denies that the strikes stories of the strange uses to which wireless communication has been put If in truth you can not say en- I often, think of the old song: have cost the country a huge on the high seas, but the Cunard liner couraging things keep silent "flow careful then we ought to sum. The railroad strike, acCarmanla brought in a new one on her live; arrival here from "ew York. cording to a estimate made Rut if we are broad and free While off the Irish coast the liner's With what religious fear; in transportation matfrom jealously and envy, we can operator picked up a .message asking, the ritual for burial at sea be that usually find something to say For we a strict account must ters, will cost the public, the sent in full. The strange request came give carriers and the strikers a comthat will be helpful. from the Canadian government steamCanadian Trooper, whose captain er bined total of nearly What good does it dp to be al- For our behavior here." found be had no prayer book when ways telling folks that'they look Christain Advo'cate, Vine Grove confronted with the necessity of burying one of the firemen at sea. "The bad; or are breaking? Have you Ky. The call for a walkout of rail Carmanla .supplied his need. .' ; forgotten your manners? way shopmen, it is pointed out, Flood Wipes Out Jap Village. Cost Almost a Billions. Some never see the bright side was answered by about 250,000 Kanazawa, Japan. With the exception of two men who happened to be .anything that is done in the of men Of this numberless than gathering firewood- on the mountainthey-ar- e leaders in the,' little Church unless side, the 100- Inhabitants ot 50,000 returned to work. Allow-in- g Washing'oh. September 18 Ushirotanl were drowned village of it. These things are evidences Normal transportation conditions ,$130 a month for each strikwhen the place was wiped out by a reflood August 4. Hardly a stick, it that the carnal nature has not are not expected by the Govern- er, tbe loss in wages alone would mained of the village. been cleansed away. ,We want ment officials for at least a amount to $65,000,000. Human Nature Freaks. not only pardoning, but cleans- month, even if all the railroads 4 Faith 'Justified. ing as' well. 4 .of the country accept therplan 0 Proud Jap Battleship, MRS. ,S. G. SHELLEY. 4 .4 Coninrt Qppan PHa C nlr. 4 The envious, jealous nature is of settlement of the railroad 4 V t an evidence of a low state of strike, agreed upon at Chicago The faith that can remove 4 There are many tnen of man; Kure, Japan. The old battle- - t 4 morality. Slurring a visitor last Wednesday by 'carriers rep- mountains is the kind that leads t 4 ship Suwo, formerly the Pobie-d4 I haye often woridere 4. which Admiral Togo's 'fleet 4 minds. 4 about his town or community is resenting approximately 35 per a man to stake his business suc4 4 sank at the entrance to Port st the crude disrepectful speech- - Ibw and does not belong to good cent, of the country's mileage. cess on Christian principles and 4 4 harbor on the outbreak of 4 4 and women. Honi 4 e wgr in 1004, 4 es of men the 4 society. 4 Administration leader, .mean- his belief in mankind. 4 and which Japan raised, refitted 4 Tery diirttpectful to speak of d 4 4 and named, has met a proKnJ" taking stock of the Such was the faith that led 4 man or woman as "Old Mr. A.'j .Under a guise' of innocence while, are 4 end. , She was haVirs 1ir urnm preir- iKr- - i. . . some people have a habit of say- damage which has accrued from the proprietor el a. movie house 4 ment removed VroHlfef.'B.r 4 i Hil? 4 Tapping when '" raif Jini strikes,, ud al- - in Oregon to abolish his box of-4 Jt is tfet height of ill manner! ing ugly things.. It is a safe the te.. ted and s&n in ii, e.t 4 telling people that ihey u'e nerer say to a person a ttuuh Herbert Hoots?? "Secret fieeaad permit i pufecofu to to Mrs. Mary Scnwarz wiio has oiiargf of the kitchen In the Department of Agriculture where media, which is the is bacteriologist's name for cooked for growing bacteria. bug-food, - - -- The yocal choirs of White Oak and Sparksville, met at pleasant Hill 'church on the afternoon of Sunday, the 17th, Bud treated us to some of the most superb votal music we have ever heard. Mr. R. A. Stone has about completed the finest barn in this community. Mrs. W. S. Antle and sons are erecting a splendid stock barn on the poor farm near this place. Orel Helm, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Helm, this place, and a Miss Wesley, of Jamestown were married on the 10 th. While the colored population were celebrating the 59th anni versary of the Emancipation Proclaimation at this place on the 22, John White, a negro boy, ran a motor car over Mollie Ellefn the little daughter of Mr. arid Mrs K. W. Bell, painfully arM seriously wounding her. It is thought hat she will recover. Rev. A. Beck died at his late home, near Esto, on tne night o the 25th after a very short illness. The deceased was about 75 years of age, and had been in younger and more active years an able teacher and minister c the Methodist church. There was no better man than Bro Beck and he will fee sorely miss ed in the community where h& lived. The deceased was a Mason and the internment wa unf. der the management of Glens fork Masonic Lodge, of which he was a member.' -- Crossett, Nonn Bosh and Peters ' Shoes, i All Kinds Of Farm Machinery. WOODSON LEWIS & SON GREENSBUkG, KENTUCKY. look older than .they are. It makes the person no older to be sure, but only a bad spirit will be trying to add years to your acquaintances. Three things or one of the three are back of this habit: ignorance, bad manners or a mearr spirit. amount contribute whatever they pleased, after they had seen the pictures. After a trial of more than three months, he reports that he ha3 made more money than when we charged a regular admission fee, and he adds: "I know now that people are on the square." The ChMvt Business Man. The House, by a vote tf "' . 130, sent back to con'rpnc t Fordney-McCumber tariff bill $1,000,-000,00- 0. cause of the conferees' faction on dye embarpo and the duty on potash. Thf L. & N, declined to enter into any agreement with the hff the , , strikeis. A Miir3gapiM eEFaa Weak, Ailing WOMEN skodd tike j"k a. kc-th-ur CARDU Hie toman's Tmk Sold Everywhere r ta .Russo-Japanes- - 1 c-i- l - JP k 1 I rTT r - v- - '5 Market m ' , iff 4F'v iai r 'CojdatyV'NeyJs Glasgow JPublishedOn Tuesdays &. .if THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - ? V. v.- - E - v Tobacco ilEll!lliiiailllttlli- Ki&KJKg&illKlMK M jfVf. Colam6ia, Keivtuck yjV , Ofens November. 1st. Qwing to the Tobacco being; cured much earlier tlfan usual, we have changed our opening date v Nov. 8, to Nov, We will operfl for J E.MURRELL; Edi'cr - RS. DAISY HAML.ETT. - A Democratic Newspaper devoted tothe Interest of the city ofIColumbiaand the People mt Adair and adjoinlngCounties. .. loitered at the Columba' mall matter. Post-offi- 1, 1922. Order Early Get The Best If the receipt of Tobacco on Monday," October 30th, ' . V and have the F.jrst sae Wednesday, November 1st LVZ4. f m' as second' We urge thejfarmers not to strip their tobacco until thoroughly cured"; and to avoid bringing anyt tobacco to market with Fat stems, Any reports that have been, or may be, circulated to the effect that we. have sold our Warehouse, offered same for sale, or will not open, are Fabe and misleading. ' TUESDAY OCT. 10 1922. STJBSCRIPTIONrPRlCE: JLB Kentucky 12.00 Oat Sde of Kentucky All Subscriptions are due and Payable in It's A New Style It's In The ' Our property is not sale, and No official of this Company has ever enter- ed into any negotiations whatever for the disposal 'of the same. BUYERS representing ALL of the Large Companies will be on hand , Royal Sample Line 7'6. K"""!ir""'HPnKHHapaW9!9?WTll'Ha DEMOCRATIC TICKET. DARK and BURLEY Tobacco. BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO THE PLANTERS HOUSE ANDiTAKE ALL YOUR MONEY HOME WITH YOU. for bofh I: V For Judga of Court rf Appeals, Third District. D. A. McCANDLESS, Planters Loose Tobacco Warehouse ," ''.-- Co. 1 Incorporated of Munfordville. R. H, BARTON, Pres, -- y i m m N- - - For Eighth District. .. RALPH GILBERT, Corjgress, of Shelbyville. BUY (Jiniberlapd River Pearls and tlelton diamonds I IS Ifom J. did the right tthing last "week M tw "k. when it made jan appropriation Hiiaefvicesl for a farm-age- nt will make the farmer dollars on the same amount of land, and the land will be improved Jf F3r3 thermore improved methods will be instilled in ie farmers yanov they can work with better grace knowing that they will receive better pay for their products, and they will grow a greater amount. to-ti- The Fiscal Court of Adair Co. Wes- - r !? ?1 ROBERT HiaWlpOTHAM, Creelsboro, Ky. Reference, f if Bank of Creelsboro. m m M fJO 1 1 5e to be Apmgcg. Ywi are Cordially w r iiidaeiie our &tJLft '.? 'j 'iiiviicii xtSJRl "rimnipc i i ;? cj Perfectit and5itfefarctfor (ittaranfel ' -W &-....s? - ." s- - y w m m m m yt t' QojjfM;l 1 fise' " Dohoney j"' . Al r 1 11 rr flfV " ! S S .'. 2MTA' Resident Dealer For J. A Willis is building a six room cottage for Mr: Elsie Young. It is located on the street that runs around the mill district and next to Mr. iiiSHHIIIIIII the Sam Shreve property. for sale or rent. It will be -- VfJII ?tvr TTkH Ml J .NP i V i ' V ' O v . mdM FREE BAMPIdES AND STYIiE MADE CLOTHING. Sent ca Request L Wear Tailor Made Clothes. They pcost no more than "rear made" I Save tha mtoatanan'a pxpflt and. jfcget an EXTRA RaXB Qg PACTS IfjchEB WITH EVERY BUIZ. I Have toot raeasora takaaia ynmr hxma kna aalect tout mm st$to laoa hc osr ezperxa, xauor your ill - . vVtf wwMmmwmwmwwm wwmmmwmmwmwM p BOOS OF MEN'S TAILOR a4iaiaaaia3i S4444444$44 - j "' ''V-J.- .-'' A . - I t 1 I i ra Tomtuiuw. iiMpr lwaBderfBt ralnea a csra xoaay. Get- - eop-aasml- a beak and see Trtiat atfae. "Wtte xem amy x t Just receivbg Ladies Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses, Children and Misses Coats, Big assortment. i - ' $ l " TV Come 11 1 .and see them. u. Lomm M .t- 7 I 2L "1 ) .i ' mh X3 ,, w .VdL rwatmj, ':5 Russeu J. P. Hobson C. N. HobsoB (x Ao. rul sy OCj, October 17th and 18th Columbia, Kehracky. Mr. J. B. Thomas, who represents one of the "W. A. i ''AaXEORJNrKy-AT-LA- t W Coffey Hobson . Specially: & at Hobson Law Of Appeals People for Whoom the Best is None,Too Good'' Are always the most enthusiastic cerning the excellence of our cprf-- largest Jewelry Concerns of Cincinnati will be with us for 2 days, displaying the largest as- Attorneys sort of Jewelry ever in Columbia. Office Second Floor, Court House, Kranlcfort, Ky, Practice In Court West Side .Adjoining Court Room. ' Dry Cleuniug and Dying: ' Often We have one of the most Efficient .-tr - CO&U&LBIA. KY. Chew and Smoke L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones - Remodeling Departments In the country. Furs transformed into the mode very quickly. Men's and Women's garments altered in any, way desired. s of a have you heard her express an unselfish wish for things for the home Silverware, Cut even more suitable for the Glass, etc.,-b- ut is something more personal-- watch, a bracelet, a necklace, l oc-cas- ion 4 a Old Taylor "Twist It's Better. Res. Phoxe 13-- B. Special attention lven Disease DomestJa Animals We dye Fur Skins and Remodel OfSca at Rebi.:biic.. 1 mile of town, on ' them in any way. road Phone, 114 G. We tailor make Men's or Ladies Suits, Columbia,' Ky $50,00 up. Latest Styles. We pay Jewelry is the gift supreme to every man. A watch-- a chain-- a Ring will ever please him. S $2.50 railroad fare on every Business. Phone HENRY 13-- A W. DEPP Dr. J. N Murrell - DENTIST Gas Given pop. Painless HtfciractFon of . 'made suit orderod Send Goods Parcel Post. rfo Agents.. 'custom- from iis. vWe-hav- e , then there is something even less expen-sjv- e among the Jewelry Gifts-ya GiftwhicH will show that sentiment endures. 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Kelsay a small boundary of !3ahd just across the pike from Mr. Loy's groundfand will sub divide the same into building Jots atid sell without limit or by bid on the above date. lege in the State, and listen folks thistachool is expected to become a Junior College within the 'next year. This College has a future and watch it grow. If l( -- - i S wots flfw- - ts--i 6.JA 'W3X? J i The splendid and well equipped Graded and County ( High School is, as it has always been, a great asset to the people of Columbia and Adair Co. ' r 1 -m uwn 4 e Your uwn. . noine - !. ' " .. ta Npy- -- Columbia is on a boom. There is a premium , on building sites in the town. No vacant dwellings lhthe .are seeking homes in the place and city. Many-peoplnowhere to o Dwellings soon to be constructed are even beingnted before the foundations are laid. Prof Prather, the principal,, has been at the head of this school for more than four years which speaks for itsself,. As to his qualifications and the entire faculty of Z??' this scho6l are as good as the best. There are now 275 V & pupils enrolled and if they had. seating capacity, there .. would be many more pupils in this school. We under- "' stand a new modern school building is, now being consi- d- - ,,erea. Qt. '- rL i, ' 7 T" - i . -- &j . v?l i "t t f ,r iV 9 Sfc?'- ";?,,,? S" ( rC; I v je t y V One Of The Best. Columbia is one of the best school States, having two splendid schools. owns Jn Tthe ' Columbia is one of the best little cities in thetate HP with its solendid 'Residences- Churches and business- SF - - Y v. 4. College, located on the The great Lindsey-Wilso-n beautiful elevated campus ground of several; acres;! with two large Dormitories, one for the boys and one for the.., i? .. girls is a credit to any town. houses, uuuuuig in xvciibuun-- , id ucmg uuuo iicic jiuw. ness people are full of vim and pep. One-orithe best, prettiest and most modern' Bankfe j jsJ-v- 'aa -.- iSiiritii.-- . uuaj JE8-A- ,-- v'-- r , ?.-- . St.' J( V The citizenship and religious life of its people are'. by a good Agricul-rfvrtu- ral ;JTof the very best, and. it, country and a splendid people. , priV - ( 4 4 r w v " s 5" The present enrollment of this school is about 140 pupils and growing in numbers all the time. The future of this school is very bright, and the management are contemplating buildidg a larger College in the next few years. Also a new and larger Dormitory for the girls. .,.,. ,. ., . A large gymnasium is now Demg Dunt. xne principal,, Bro. Bennett, and .the entire teaching force for this'. grand institution of learning are unsurpassed in any Col- - " i Terms: One-ha- lf cash, balance in 9 and 18 retained " -- 6 per cent interest. ,..', Good schools always make property high, and now -. $ ik the time to buy. , Now is the time to make a good in. , , 1 21 I1 .11. -&. vestment in property near uie ,lwu &cuuui uuuumg. ino ?- j City taxtopay, and please rememberthat every lot has -. '. good pike frontage: . .. r- - ? , A Good Auctioneer Will Be Op cf The .Qrounds. -- "!. ?- CT' 4t y r - Come and Bring ,Your' Friends: Enjoy the Day: See the Fun; Hear f the Music and Make Some Money, i PAYNE REALTY CMPBELLSMILUE: ;Ky 3 .- '. ; - "- - J v . - Trr ' 5 ''"Iff ( APATR'mtfNTY NEWS! 4,' ? B I III D fill! TIUTO REFLECTED LIGHT tj. ,sra l- -M -- - ... ..- - Awaits Wife's Return rR I I I B . -t- IT" vnt- - - nwTreiMt - ;ie r. niHje-r- i -- r S&rnell Professor Explains What Causes Vivid Colors of (Peacock Feathers. I I I Honolulu, T. H. Oolb, irn H, I Maemae, Hawaiian, waj ed 37 I I years for his wife. EmlN to re I I turn to him before he rought I 37 Years; Thes dies mrr ' J SHflE -- TINTS IN OIL PUDDLE CSefera Are Due to interference of Light Reflected From Upper and Lower Surfaces of Film of Oil. J v M r n 4 r4 I Investment each of close to 100,000, while there are a score or ' more smaller plants located through the gulf leathers Are Iridescent. coast of Louisiana and Texas, each ""SObe brilliant colors of the tall with $6,000 to ?15,000 invented. t Wethers of the peacock and the The moss Is a parasite that has reds in the caused the destruction of many milttaxcat leathers of the humming bird lions of dollars worth of trees. It suxemet due to pigments. When one often hangs in thick strands several SooScE'through a peacock's feathers one feet long. Running through the moss sees only a brown "due to the is a fine, strong and dark fiber which not&snin pigment which Is equivalent has become commercially known as Ca itbe asphalt pavement. Iu all the vegetable balr. It is this fiber that Is Sra&soent feathers the barbules are now In great demand for upholstering. e JSftttttned plates of brown which For upwards of a lundred years the the colors of thin films. The people of Louisiana and Texas have aCtxsstare Is so marked that an expert home-cure-d this growth and made excam pick out the iridescent feathers ceptionally mattresses comfortable 3tt cgtc dark by the feel. from it 'Tlifis possible to duplicate the color afQ$9 of the peacock and the hum-&- LONDON CHINATOWN "DOOMED bird by putting a very thin coat of tssrcisfc over any dark feather ; but Oriental Population Drops From wjSEiniot regulate the thickness with 2,000 to 700 in Four Years, Says ?5Sfcfe .accuracy as to produce the pat London Paper. terras of the peacock. When one :fhat variations in thickness o2 London. London's Chlnatawn is fast . of an inch ma: ntta3gie 'the color completely, It seems ; disappearing. Four years ago 2,000 UKTail36 hat all the tail feathers Chinesa seamen were living within a oCaiH'fche peacocks can be so nearlj stone's- throw of the West India dock gates.Now It Is doubtful whether there are 700, says the Dally News. Peacock Not an Albino. During war London's China"The neck feathers of the white town had the most prosperous days, Its Oigpraa show practically no iridescence for quite a number of British ships SBScsscBse the dark background Is lack-fiJwere manned by Chinese cr,ews. But 52 they are dyed brown, the ended the edict went appears in full force. On when the warcrews ships," for forth "British tfies;sther "hand "the white peacock Is and as the Chinamen Britishpaid off were osfcaEn. albino in the sense or merely they to Ites&agiao'dark pigment The whole some either went back to China or other country where their labor s&ssztoFe of the feathers has changed. was In demand. Chinese traders in 30te Saxonies are not flat plates and Chinatown began to suffer and one ctxscsoiuently no brilliant colors can after another had to put up their Be: eveloped by dyeing sthe feather shutters. QcacKRa repainting the back with India Then suddenly there came a boom. A beautiful actress died while attendparty. Stories ing an fcJEOfflJRE BRICKS WITH MUSIC were printed about the thrills to be experienced in Chinese opium dens, SoE&aerner Proves His Theory When and public attention w.as focused on --He Installs Phonograph the sinister alleys and byways of at His Plant Chinatown, but gradually the novelty wore off. Qtnnra, "Miss. Bricklayers work SISes "Sends when jazz music from a X?bocKgraph Is played, It was shown WAR OFFICER WEARS $9 SUIT fits test made here by A. B. Morse, John Martyn Sets Example for Rigid aoaral manager of a lumber plant Economy With Clothes Made TCe phonograph was installed at From Flour Sacks. being built after a fire, to monotony experienced by ce5isveihe Washington. An example of econat night All' the omy in line with that now 'exercised "sfbout forty, were of jazz, and a Sfrq? was employed with no other duty throughout the army has been set the flEsca to keep the machine running all civilian employees of the War department by John Martyn. private secretary to the secretary of war. He is ",37nen Trtorse-madInventory he that 15,000 more bricks had boasting the cheapest suit of clothes l&ssn Hald over the number laid In a ever worn by a department officer, efcHar period when there was no proudly admitting that It was fashioned from three flour sacks, purQbccsograp' h azz. "X&jre'ihHn that, the night men did chased in Panama at a cost of $1 each. The tailor's fee brings the totaj snare "than those of the day shift cost of an outfit to ?9, Mr. Martyn "SBTbrk of rebuilding the plant was said. cassiJleied in twenty days. "Flttshurgh. A film of oil dropped on tffr pavement by an errant automo-52Z- e contains the same color values as Ttfee idghly decorative tall feathers of tfias jpeacock, said Dr. Wilder D. of Cornell university, speakli.g Jflie general meeting of the Ameri-eoaChemical society. "everybody has noticed the colored patches on the where automobiles have spilled affi .sald Doctor Bancroft "The "range from red to gold to blue and ery vivid or metallic. They cwis cfesse with the angle at which one them and they are not due to Qjments, since we have a thin film rjlL nearly colorless oil. "These colors are due to the Inter- ffterance of light reflected from the lower surfaces of the fllin. and tkta& depend on the 'thickness of the ISUffi, nyhlch averages about one an Inch. They are more irfjsia when oil is spilled on an asphalt road Bsoient than when on a dirt light frsss&'sse there Is less disturbing from the black background, Ban-oraf- i: a brilll-asaSff suit for divorce on the jround 1 of desertion, he testified: at the I I I hearing of hf case. Maemae and his wlf' were married In Ewa, Aahu, i 1884, the year following the :orona- tlon of King Kalakaua. : he left him f&ur months after tl e mar riage. Since then he has waited for "her return, but flni ly de cided she "meant to stay hway,' he said. Mrs. Maeulae now Is a ffisher- lady" and resides on onqJof the small islands in Kalthl harbor, adjoining Honolulu bay. 1 ' , j-- i- 4h MV - r v The new Qoodyear Cross-Ri- b Tread Cord lm 3 h high-grad- ! 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Columbia, Kentucky. opium-smokin- g v THE GREEK SITUATION. Con-stantine -- -- it C&fc-Qlan- t, naeci'-WQfki- ng rec-aoS- c, e -- iBBY JSLE HAS VEGETATION f : K&r&sB"eireved'to Have Carried Seeds So Island Cast Up In Bering . Sea In 190b. v k saaia'ssome "seedling tree growth. T52he crew of a codfishlng vessel, land- $3cg here for fresh water, told of jfitn ill ill In In the Bogoslof group voafiC'rccBntlyr made volcanic Islands and riteoovering' the change. i "Tjnalaska, Alaska. One of the islands raised from the bot- Bering sea la 1906 Is now said "V&ratsf &r2a,covered with sparse, vegetation 'i i . tthls submarine eruption aTast quantity of rock was jsftwrvwnp and lter this appeared to "Sercovered with slimy lava suds. The CTOhen - TBwacly piled ftroken rock formed u ' liawdlands of many acres around thi-ifiu - of he 'Steaming islahd. The rfl3alng x5t the "loose lava by wind, rain i" miff rnTT" made new solL It is be- Swea vblrfls flying from the mainland tqaK roosting on these headlands seeds of grasses, trees and which have Ukea root. i The abdication of King eliminates one more crowned head on the European continent. He' was eliminated once before, but every indication is that thiB time he is permanently erased. This is probably fortunate in many respects; but the face is that the Greeks are taking out on Constantine their disappointment at the prospective loss of Thrace to the Turks, a loss that is probably more directly dup to England and Prance than to Coi -stantine. Both England and TREE SET BY KING IS DEAD France during recent months have opposed the advance of the Soil in Front of Pennsylvania Capitol Greek armies against the Turks. Is Too Rich for Tree Planted by Belgian Monarch., The Greeks have insisted that Harrjsburg, Pa. Th& larch tree tneir war with the Turks .was planted by the king of the Belgians alat the time of his visit to Harrisburg neqessary to hold what they in 1920 and the companion tree plant- ready had. But'the English and ed In honor of Queen Elizabeth In front of tne state capltol have died French persisted inputting hin because the ground was too rich. The drances in the way of the Greeks. trees were planted In the midst Qf flower beds where the soil has been France was not friendly to Confertilized for more than a. century for stantine because of his relation gardening purposes. The Foch tree planted by the French to the German Kaiser. England marshal Is thriving. was influenced by this motive, Yank Relief Cuts Rues Cholera. but not so stronglyvas was France rePetrograd. Cholera has been England was more seriously disduced to an almost negligible number of cases this summer in Petrograd as turbed over the dangers that she a result of sanitary measures invoked would have to face In Evr; and by the medical forces of the America na- India if sbttooV " vfa,"t,v unreuer acuainistrauon tnrougn p "nply tion of fhV city's us friendly atlituiu iorrw xuricty .inoculation of 75,00-- tw.ons. . N Mohammedans in E0'Dt and India are naturally iriMnllv to their fellow Mohammad ns in Turkey. Whatever the motives may have been England and France did interfere with the Greeks enough to lead to a Turkish victory. for the W' j " England is now regretting this course of action and wishing she could find some way out of it. Neither England nor France nor any other European country 'will Bishop Candler tells the follook with pleasure on the Turks holding all of the gruund both lowing story through the columns Hopkinsville New Era; north and south of Constantino of the "These arguments," said the Die and entering Europe again BiBhop "remind me of the negro by reoccupying Thance. preacher who began a sermon s The indications'are that with the words; will return to help Greece "Breddern and sisterh, when out in her difficulties. He has de fust man, Adam, was created, influence with England, and his he was made outer wet clay and ascendency 'in Greece will do set up agin de palin's to dry." m.uh to improve the attitude of A member rose in the back of Europe toward Greecp. But the church." matters have already gone so far "Pawson," he said, increduthat it seems improbable that lously, "does yo' seriously state the Turks can be kept out of dat Adam was made outer wet Trace unless, indeed, France and clay and set up again de palins to England seize upon "the fact that dry?" Turkey is still disputing some of "Dera's mah words, JBr'er Sim-coDem's mah words!" the points in their proposition to her as an excuse to throw over "Den, Pawson, who made the ' the proposed agreement alto palin's?" "Br'er Simcox, sefr down," gether. said the parson severely, "Such The Harding administration fool questions as youra weuld up continue its pretense that set any system of tbeoJegr." Ven-izelo, x, Ford Richer Man Iu World. Ancmea has no interest in Eu: ropean affairs, but the fact is; America is interested in keeping New York. Sept. 24 Henry the Dardanelles open and in Ford is cue richest man in the keeping Constantinople out of world, according to an article rhe hands of the Turks. The published yesterday in the Wall United States should certainly Street Journal. with England and "Henry Ford has, in the Ford obFrance in bringing about this Motor Company, the largest inject. Louisville Posr. capitalized, the come and if largest iD th6 world," said the Disturbs Th'.'lgy newspaper.' i i co-oper- "Profits before taxes for will exceed 1922 $125,00,000; after taxes they will be $111,000,000, or aoout $100 a car. With these earnings the Ford Motor Company could be capitalized and pay 5 percent on that capital. at$5,-000,000.0- 00 "Ford condemns-banker- s, but with $180,000,000 in cash, he is the largest individual banker in this country, if not in the world- "His income, .adding to his boundless wealth $500,000 a day through the busy season, is probably unequaled in all history." -- The County Judge of Scott county has appointed Mrs. Sam Moss to succeed her husband who was ousted by Governor Morrow because, it is alleged he failed to protect a prisoner against a mob,! King Victor Emmanuel, oZ Italy, is reported m criUcaJJy ill.' mj , & Ji' - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I WOMAN LEADS INDIANS Mr&Alice Davis First Femln'n: MILLION VISIT BIRD United TRAVELS States Bjue-Winge- 3,000 MILES! Bioloalr Survey Teal Officers November E?elisz& Colon bia Barber Shop S ;K .! I r- 7fv I 'MORAX1 A &, XOWK tv v 5K Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfaction and Gratification are Guaranteed. MM! " &)KKpeK GO I Give us a 'Trial and be Convinced.' yfc j DEHLtR BROTHERS IG Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 LOUISMILLE, KY. Roofing, 'Fencing, ; Hard-- s ware, Contractors Supplies, Asohalt, Shihgles. . LAST 60T SO WEAK GOULD SCARCELY STAND flier "Suffering from Many Female Troifiles THs I lady Heard of Mi ani n Took It, ShB Says, "Until Was WeT Buena McFarland, of R. F. D 2, Bostic, N. C, ""I suffered a great to women. deal with wedkness-commoI tad. bearing-dow- n pans, my sides anti back hurt, Old tny limbs drew. I would get so weak in my kneec I could scarcely a .Laffies Birthday Almanac and read of 'ta case something like rdinQ. I told my husband to .get it, and il would try it "I saw a great improvement after the ihe first bottle (of Cardui), so I kept it up until I was well. Now ;I .am the picture of health." stand. "J was very nervoo and could not "Thousands cf other women have wit-te- a, to tell of the beneficial results obrest I didn't feel like eating. I grew thin, and .did mot have ambition for any- tained by taking Cardui, and vto recomthing. mend it to others. Cardui has stood thctestcf extenave "J had been frying othez remedies . . use, for more than forty years, in Ihe but did not get any better. "Some one told us of Cardui, and treatment of .troubles commas .to women. what it was recommended for. I also Try it TIME .GO," says Mis. took ' JSt UNDSEY-WILS- ON TRAINING COLUMBIA KY.. SCHOOL beyond the Fourth. Gymnasium under Faculty. Student Courses in Piano, Jt JVrA'Gide High School. Gives work in Grades Good Equipment New Thirty Thousand Dollar Construction. Close Supervision. Competent Body of Two Hundred and Twenty-fivSpecial e. Voice andjEspression. Rates, Eighteen Dollars a month. FallTerm Opens Sept 5, 1922. For Information Address R- - V. Bennett; Prin. v EAGLE'MKADO PendlNo.174 y,n..Ti For SIe at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in fhus xra.de ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE BED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK In helping others. In friendly letters '" In pleasant words. In little kindnesses. " In social intercourse. In work that we love. In mutual confidence. In healthful recreation, In cultivating the mind. In doing duty cheerfully, In making others happy. In facing life with a smile. New has declined to Senator In acheiving worthy ambitions. stump for Senator jBev-take the In doing one's best regardless V eridgetfn-rndWn- tf :. bf reward. s. pro-ductio- With the dull season on the farm, poultry business close at hand, Tarmers have an excellent opportunity to get their hen houses ready for the coming winter, poultrymen at the Col- aira rf A T1inntf tiia . T .ovin rrf iri say. in JtventucKy, wnre tne climate is subject to sudden changes of temperature, fowls need suitable houses before they can produce the largest number of eggs during oold weather. The more comfortable a hen is made the greater her egg is apt to be. n Where Happiness Js Found. In friendships. In good thought-- . '" .1 West Colombia. Mrs. Mary Siaipj, Clerk, Tildqn Wilcoxsln, Judge? Mis. Washington. How far will a migra- J. F. Pattesou. Judge; Edwiu Cxve&& tory bird travel in its fall and spring Sheriff Only Woman Congressman GivesHo: Figure Yearly Total in Pilgrimflights? The biological survey has' to Mother "Who Obtained Guat Henry Keen, Clerk; 1am Bliss that they make flights of at ages to Washington and LinHonor. Through Hard Work st 3,000 miles. .Hughes; J udge; Wood ?axtoa, J2ge for Her People. coln Memorials. An investigation has been conducted for several years by the survey by W. L. Willis, Sheriff. Muskogee. .'Okla. The. first vroma trapping , ducks, .and other strong-winge-d South Columbia Oscar Bradabasf. chief 'in thejilstory or th Xoith A1.191 fowl In northern sections and MANY CLIMB BIG HDHUMEHT lean llnflhins is Mrs AHre !'. D.r' Clerk; Eoy Stotts, Judge; a. E: Wilmarking them with light numbered who recently was ixistulled as leailV. ,. on the fowl are son, Judge; E. H. Price. SherlfL bands. the Seminole Hribe. The Setu!n;i-wer- e Big Share of Guests in National Cap- recorded The numbers to time, huntand from time amonp the first U beeiviil::ed. East Columbia. Henry Ipgragcfc. ers bagging some of those mar'ied, reital Make Trip to Mount Vernon t No Indian in tin -Clerk; J. S. Tuggle, Judge; E. G port where and when the bird was Recently Completed Lincoln years was as elaborate as lies. brought down. Flowers, Judge; W. B. Pattearck Memorial Popular. The courtr ;m at MiiVrrj;. e More than 200 such birds were Sheriff. was filled to capacity for the event. Washington. More than 1,000,000 loosed with the bands from Lake Ti-i- l .il leaders from all prts of Hurt. William Ballon, Clerk; J. persons make pilgrimages each year to Scugog, In Ontario. So far the recstnte gathered to pay honor to tl'e o.ily teal, Hurt, Judge; Walter Elrod, Jcdgsa ord flight Is that of a Washington's home, Mount Vernon, woman chieftain in Indian history. Lincoln menjorlal and the banded September 24, 1920, and killed Gorman Morrison, Sheriff. There was added sentiment t tJ' Washington monument, the latter be- two months and seven days later In Is-a ceremony when the only two Alices of swamp Spain, on the Ray Floweret, North Columbia. their kind met. Miss Alice Robertson, ing the , most popular of the three land of near Port ofThe shortest pos- Clerk; R L. Smythe, Judge; Edj ?34-l- is, Trinidad. the ony woman member of emigre's, shrines' among visitors to the national sible flight the bird could have taken presented Mrs. Alice Davis, the only capital. Judge: Fred McLean,. SherlS. Visitors numbering 34,113 went dur- to reach this point, which Is off the woman Indian chief, .a bouquet of roses Milltown ing Jujy to the top of the Washington coast of Venezuela, is 3,000 miles. Alvln Powers, Cl&ri;. GL following the inauguration. In tracing their routes it seemed Mrs. Davis is a member of the Tiger monument, located a i'ew hundred A. Atifcins, Judge; Tine Letooiejb, black-ducapparent that the mallards and clan, winch has supplied, With but one yards south of the White House. More traveled together and their Judge; Joe Johnson, Sheriff. h exception, every chlet of the Seminoles. than of them clambered up course from Lake Scugog was southShe lstho in ther of seven daughters the 808 steps In order to see the meTarter. Chapman Dohoney, Clerics ward along the shores of Lake Erie and four sons. Five of the daughters morial tablet on the- various landings by way of the St. Clair flats. Here W. H. Kemp, Judge; Caleb CaldwalJ and three granddaughters witnessed inside the shaft. The remainder rode the route divided, the majority con- Judge; Bob Pickett, Sheriff to the top In the electric elevator the ceremony s;t Must ogee. tinuing southwest, crossing the Ohio, which has a capacity of 35 persons. Keltner J. M. Moss, Clerk; J. ?&, and then to the Mississippi valley, More than 5,250,000 people have visCUTTi.r;C7 F7ILIZER COST where the majority wintered. Yire, Judge; Lonnie Dudley! Judges ited the top of the monument since it The others took a southeasterly Sullivan, Sheriff. was opened for observation purposes course, crossing the Alleghenles and Archie - 9, 188S. OctoberNo entrance fee Is reachingGradyville. F. C. Wheeler, Cleii the Atlantic coast by way of charged. Chesapeake and Delaware bays. Will Baker, Judge; Strong HillJ Lincoln Memorial Popular. The Lincoln memorial, recently comJudge; E. E. Nell, Sheriff. SCIENCE WANTS TUNNEL pleted and opened to the public, was Nell F. D. Moss, Clerk; Lasaafil visited by 31,383 persons during July. Walker, Judge; A. J. Barnes,, lade Located in. Potomac park, directly west of the Washington monument, It G. C. Breeding, Sheriff. Is rather Inaccessible for pedestrians; Sparksville Evan Akin, Claik visitors usually go there by automobile. On a recent Sunday 2,000 perinfjttv$3 Alfred Baker, Judge; R. E Stsaag., tSwi HeF JJ sons were recorded as entering the Judge; Alvin Coomer, Sheriff. great building. It is rapidly becoming Breeding. Hayden Coomer, Claris; a shrine for tourists. No entrance fee Is charged. Fred Simpson, Judge; Isaac Hart-- . Washington's old home at Mount Judge; Herschel Breeding, Sheriff! Vernon on the Potomac river In Virginia, 16 miles from Washington, long Melson Ridge. Clarence, SannggB; has been the mecca of pilgrims from Clerk; Dewey Turner, Judge; Tqee: every part of the world, who go by . Curry, Judge; J. O. Hadley, ShesiSL steamboat, electric train and automo-"blleKept as nearly in its original Harmony. I. O. Rowe state as possible by the Ladles Mount Frank Gadberry, Judge; J. L. DarnaJlg Vernon association, it Is a delight to Judge; Geo. Morrison, Sheriff. all Americans. During July approximately 29,000 persons visited Mount Glensfork. Robt. Taylor,.. Claikg Vernon and during the year admissions G. W. Collins, Judge; Ed Johraea numbered 236,000. The proceeds of a entrance fee help keep the es Judge; J L. Grider, Sheriff s condition. tate In Montpelier Kelly Bell,. ICleik X. The house where Abraham Lincoln The basib tn practically all mixed died, located opposite Ford's theater D. Holladay, Judge: G. E. ?aw2d$3 fertilizers is phosphoric acid whach is at 516 Tenth street, Northwest, this Judge: E. R. Willis, Sheriff. obtained from pbtjbate Tock. While city, Is another shrine visited by many . this country hue 3urger lieposits of tliis tourists. It was nought by the United i White Oak Henry Royse, Clerk 3 mineral than any other nation, we are States In 1S96 for .$30,000. , Jo Bryant, Judge; Lora Brockmaa throwing away several million tons Judge; Dewey Stapp, Sheriff. annually beeause ocf the present .meth- WOMAN ONCE RICH, A VA6 Dr, A. A. MIchelson, professor of ods of preparing phosphate fertilizer. Ozark. W. G. Roy, Clerk;. Irriisi The scientists of he "bureau of soils Mrs. Cisette Calzabina Unable to physics at the University of Chicago, spent two months at the Mt. Wilson Blair, Judge; J. M. Blair, Judge: TLto of the Department ol Agriculture are Find Relatives After Unfortunate ; observatory near Pasadena, Cal., in an Powell, Sheriff. endeavoring to eliminate this tremenj Foreign Marriage. attempt to measure the philosophy of dous loss, so have installed an oil (burnEunice. Frank White, Clerk ;Kair light. Dr. MIchelson wants to prove ing furnace ivitb an auxiliary equipNew York. Mrs. Cisette Calzabina. or disprove the Einstein theory, but Goodln, Judge; Finis Neal, Judge? W ment for the production of pho&phorir thirty-fivonce a woman of wealth acid. Photo shows W. II. Waggaman, and position, according to the report found the air currents of Mt Wilson G Shepherd, Sheriff. expert in tills work, ascertaining the of a probation officer, was arraigned ' unsuited to his purpose. He Is now Little Cake. R. B. White, Clerks value of various gases evolved from In Essex Market court on a charge looking about for a stake to build a ' steel tunnel two miles long as an aid Ben Evans, Judgt; J. M. Buitcn,. the furnace. In order to extract the of vagrancy. In demonstrating whether Einstein full value of Je gases drawn off durJudge; Wolford McQuearyShailE. Patrolman Rellly of the Mercer was right or wrong. ing a furnace Tim, fweir composition when he street station arrested her Pelly ton. Quince Sapp, Clerk; Wal. must be accurately fletertnined. found her sleeping in a hallway at 124 BONE lace Goode, Judge; T. J. Whitley DIG UP PREHISTORIC Macdougal street. Industry booms The probation officer's story was to ' Judge; Bob Cooper, Sheriff. iswordfish the effect that Mrs. Calzabina was ' Echinodermante Probably Roamed in Knifley. Chas. Campbell, Clerk? W. ' Region Thousands of Years Ago, iRivals ManufatSure t)f Steel at Cape born of wealthy parents in Denver When It Was Marsh. H. Knifley, Judge;. S. H. KnlfleVt, "Shipped and that after studying music in New Breton Ports Tork and. European cities she marJudge; P. K. Jones, Sheriff. ried an Italian, who deserted her. ' Boonville, Mo. Workmen excavatHovious. W. H. Holcomb,, Cleifc fishing out of Then she was not able to find her ing for pier. No. 2 for the new high"Montreal. Cane Breton ports bids fair to be relatives, the misfortunes of her mar- ' way bridge across the Missouri river Ben Hovious, Judge; A.. D. MoniStV come a rival as an industry of ,the ried life having weakened her mind, at Boonille ran across what has been Judge; W. B. Pike, Sheriff. declared to be part of the vertebra ol steel manufacture In Sydney, accord- - the officer said. Magistrate Ityttenberg adjourned the echinodermante, an animal that slupments of Ins "fro Roley M. V. Wolford,. Clerk?. sworOfishto Boston during the season the case and sent the prisoner to the was in existence thousands of years Gresham Ford, Judge; Ed Morgan. f ago. "Waverley home. now commencing. no doubt, Judge; A. E. Hendrlckson, Sherifd, This echinodermante, Last season the fihlpineste from roamed the fields about what Is now Louisborg to Boston alonearoounted 'MISSING LINK' HUNTERS SAIL, Egypt. Horace Murrell, Clerk Boonvllle at u time when it was a to well over l,000,t)00 pounds. genus is now extinct and Ambrose Bur ton,. Judge;. W. Ji. Mojv It hasljeen said that the people who Captain' Salisbury Accompanied by marsh. His it took a long time to find someone engage In the swordfisberies in Cape Daughter and "Motion Picture Men Judge; R. O. Dillingham, Sherift. who could give the prehistoric bone ris, outnumber those employed by Breton 'Leave for Malay Peninsula. , Its proper classification. tae steel plants. The fifih are caught, East Cane Valley. Jack Beard"., W. It. Crlswell. carpenter foreman shipped in a cleaned, iced, boxed and San Francisco. Capt. Edward A. Clerk; June Hancock, Judge; M. Cave, special fleet bf refrigerator car toy Salisbury, scientist, left San Francisco on the bridge, has had the bone pol" ished and varnished and will keep II Judge; Tyler Tupman, Sheriff: he .most direct route to Boston. on a steamer for the Malay peninsula, where he will search for what has as a souvenir. West Cane Valley. Finis Cundif& . Deeds Younp Daughter. been termed In sclenee "the missing Clerk; J. M Woodrum, Judge;.-- Dara Greenville, S. C W. H. Gftlard, a link." Raise Deer and Elk for4 Profit Qlympla, Wash. Deer, elk and even Smith, Judge; Olie Bault, Sheriff.. widower with sir children, has deeded Aeeompanyhsg Capt. Salisbury were daughter, M. C. Cooper, formerly a lieutenant col-- moose are so easily domesticated In Inez, his pretty Holmes. Minnie Banks, Cleii 0 Ms brother. J. H. Glllard, Tor Valuable ihe Far Northwest that a movement onel in the aviation corps of the Uniconsideration." ted States army; Duke Zeller, experl-- ' has been started by several owners ol Mont Corbln, Judge; Frank Blgga areas to attempt rais The deed speclnd that the child's enced explorer; Edward Burghard of large logged-of- f Judge; John HejSGSJierJfJk have and to hold against Columbia university, New Tork; Missj ing them for profit. uncle any and all persons claiming Dorothy Salisbury. the explorer's me and, ik any interest, right or privilege through daughter, And two motion picture men. Two hundred and sixty ihous me and in' and to the said Inez." The Captain Salisbury safd rumors had f" t "Dead" Opossum and farm families either marles deed was filed in the office of the regcome across ihe Pacific ocean from Revives t ister, with, half a dozen deed .trans- time to time about a tribe of white t their first home garden or change and Car Runs Into Ditch t The father is "men in the jungle of the Malay archl-ferring reaf estate. f poor, while his brother is ed their previous ways- - of' srnrd-- , pelago who bad short, vestigial talis. i v When a "dead" opossum came Inez Is to inherit" equally with her ening in 1921, as a result of demtd life and peered over the should uncle's children. Feed Convicts on 17.7 Cents Dally. y. According to War- - t der of the man who was driving OssInlng.N. onstrations of improved methods? a car lnhlch the animal was T.nvfj&e thA nnst vf foorl. flTi T,atv!c by. Agricultural.'extensior agemw being given a rjde, an automoing prisoners at Sing Sing prison for $ t bile ran Into a ditch near August was 17.7 cents a day for' each according to reports received by Wife Kills Self When i Ind., and was wrecked. 4 man, or 5.9 cents a meal.v Pastry and Husband Kicks Kitten the United States Department b t The driver was not injured. pudding are Included in the menu sevi William W. Cassell was drivt eral times a week. Agriculture. t ing the car which hit the oposBecause her husband kicked t sum. Thinking that the i her-ps kitten, Mrs. animal t Catch Eel. The widow of Park Benjamin, 0 was playing dead, Cassell struck snot nerseir anu uieu a rew minTaftvllle, Conn. A party of local Cleveutes later in a hospital at t it several times with a wrench and mother of Mrs, Enrieo. Cafishermen at Ta.dpole pond landed 138 land, O. Sipos was fondling the md threw it Into the back of pounds of bullheads the other night, i ruso, died at Middleton "Y kitten when It scratched him. threp pels tllilt WPifrhpiVtinnrA thnn' tpn ! 0 his car. The animal's head apt pearing lata' )ver his shoulder Mrs; JSIpos became angry when j. pounds and several perch. At a pQintfj 0 Mrs.. Caruso has lost her hus-ba- nd, he kicked the animal and fired below 3utts bridge they caught a tur- - j 0 caused the i 'to lose control 0 mother and father" withha "tfnileV'Jnto her oT abdnmi-'o- . tie weigning w pounas ana one iam- - 0 . Jf the machin' . w t i.tSmim'Jiiiifi'iii.wmiMHWnBliyitwwBtinnHMMTtaJ feelilong. inreyeel sever nnd rriA Inof TTOQI blJCJCIdU JCOJla ' Ch.ef in H.ctory. H THREE SHRINES Traces d Canada to Trinidad. from -- ed h-- '0 Jn-'- Duvi.-Jnargara- " blue-winge- d the-beautif- x one-fift- - -- - ' &.V -- Cli -- 25-ce- first-clas- e, J ; Sw-or- j I . record-brealel- j six-year-o- ld 1 is'-"t- o .!- 1 well-to-d- o. TSV x Vin-cenne- s, et Rose-Sipo- 714-Fo- ot 1 r-u- ooe-hn- lf '- s . -- r" r KV1, v l .' Tir 'jTJi'l-TSr- ' St" 1 "-"- J-' ' -- g VVAD"A1R COUNTY NEWS' -f- -r. fc jK A B B r .HPBBb hBi Bb 81 H v,v Hi H !' h BBLflBH flH flH fll BBpBbt. HBf !) jo bhi y K. I Pi '" . Doiomet Subdivision VVJ9B . a! n I, i - P "'! - t '? lit - ;. ; iGrt. PUBLIC Hi, AUGTIO '- - l. j'v, "''jinT .rrr rii or.tr-;'. f?zr? i"rr. ,- October 17, u c, rr rl .s! il :I '-''' fKjrij Li; - c " ' tti v 'C - C 1J J - infO L, or " mcjia.oij J -. 10 : . i Sw I m. V . jiir : .; Gftr ' JJ,t TffM,M?ffi!?0 v ;: i " frlWTp v v-- i . Ji Thb Dononey Subdivision,. formerly a part of the J. 0. RuseliiaM, fronting oh Jamestown Street, and adjoining the Train- lands of Dr. Miller, J. 0. Russell and the'Lindsey-Wilso- n ing School property, is superbly located, is CLOSE tN,. and has a fine elevation, with splendid views of the schools, the city, anu surrouuuing wooueu country. 6ofum6ia, the best inland town in Kentucky,is an except- ionally fine educational centre, The Lindsy-.Wjiso- n Training School, so successful in'the past, is developing' into'a JuniorCollege. A dairy, new gymnasium and dining room are new additioni this year .Tfiil Sell ool, unquestionably, has' a most v y K -" TbenJSidencepart" onCoJumbia must .eep r,pacp with its ., . business and education af growth and progress. t The opening up of Dohoney Subdivision with a new street connecting the property of Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School with Jamestown Street, rneets a real need in this town, and af-iulus a rare opportuuiuy to tue puoiic ip ouyr tne oest resideiital districts in Columbia, Convenient To Both Schools . j,otS-)Ua- n ajidJIWT-oo' r Business District. -- luture. The city schools are also outgrowing their quarters and a ss new High School buildkfg is rfnder cbhsdratio! The splendid trainifojrlif of Co The me lumbia to the young peoJlerofta-da- i quiet, moral atmosphere of the town further fosters good moral development. Tha fact that the Burley Tobacco .Marketing Association is building a mammoth he,w 'receiving JMant and the other buildings under construction here, establishes Columbia as a growing town. " f wonueujii - - ? lot in this subdivision is well drained and is espec- .hrtnip cif.a, ."Rcnh inll Hncinirhln frr wrH be sold to the ' 3I ,V day of sale. HERE, I or d on highest bidder, withouf-reservJbivery i J f J by-bi- iSvl Co-operative S Y() K'-h- Air RITEb L .- tf?1: Sfe &l ..Stlfex pneJ.CTMoreTrfese.ots.MJhey are Bound to Increase . w -- , SH IN TffWTT? UKFUKTI NITY TO 4HT YMSR FUftE.. !EbaCan3t Make a Mistake in '1 Kbt. iS! Si& 2j We . There will be a Brass Band present to entertain you-- . 100 hi. prize money given away. You will have a chance at the prize momey, whether or not you buy a lot: Youvwill have the privilege. as welLasthe pleasure o hear- of xhe best ing Col: Bolivar Bond, of Versailles, Ky.,-0- ne known Auctioneers in Kentucky. '' Sale Positive Rain Or Shine. ' Vet t. Terms Literal and Made Known on V. Day , oLrSale )t .1 p . i : r mm--:S- f Purthnfol-matio- n Sorrfcril Stfil C. E. BUCKLEY, At Jeffries Hotel COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, .. .- -- - A-M"- "?! ? - w - J. , -- v 'a? Saje Conducted by "- X v" . V i , '; -' ' s ."","- - s t . '' BUQKLELAND AOCFIOCOr :' 125 E."Min, LEXINGTON,' KY. T