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Grant Returned - Tor c. BULK OF POOLED BURLEY IS SOLD All Cwinty Banks Eftdarse marKeung. Mrs. Milten Martin Entertained. Yeear. Mr. D. W. Gowdy, who was hew , rom evidences before us Colombia On Tuesday evening, Oct. 10th, 54 Million Pounds Purchased by .uu icaiBu iu vampoeiisYuie, aea laeo is certainly ready to start a substanAfter careful consideration of all about forty ladies met at the residence No more popular appointment 'was R. J. Reynolds lompany at Saturday week and the funeral wee tial growth. the facta and circumstances attend- of Mrs. Lanle Staples, on Burkesville made'duririg the recent session of ithe n held on Sunday. Internment" lii who is arj air. T. C. Faulkner, Growers' Prices. ing the tobacco pool, organized more St , and each contributed to a lovely Louisville Conference than that of Brookside cemetery. surveyor has laid off over four EevW. A. Grant to this City for, anthan one year ago in the interest of cafeteria dinner given in honor, of The deceased was an active mer hundred building lots in the laso .two other year. .1; LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 10. Fifty-fou- r the tobacco growers of Kentucky and Mrs. Staples'' sister, Mrs. Milton Marchant and tobacco buyer from the or three weeks which will b9 sold to TJpder the leadership of Eev. W.' A. million pounds ofvtobacco were other states, and the history of the tin, ofTalahoia, Tenn. The house time he was a young man until about persons who want to erect homes. Mr. Grant the first Methodist-Churcpool, we are of the opinion that every was beautifully decorated in cut flowhas sjj!d late Monday by- theBurley four, years ago when his health gave Tildeu'Wllcoxsonhas 364 building lots enjoyed a phenominal growth, over Growers' Associa- farmer growing tobacco ought to lend ers and the evening will long be reway, and since that time he was con- which are' laid off and which will be two hundred and fifty have been add- - tion, through President and General his influence to accelerating the membered by those present. Mr. W. fined to his home. Some years ago put up in a very short time for sale. ed. to the membership of this Church Manager, James C. Stone, of the As great good done by the pool, by at A. Coffey and Mr. E. L. Durham were the writer had a conversation with Mr. Payne the real estate man, die: in the last three years. once joining it. Under its terms all the only men present. sociation, to the E. J. Eeynolds him, and at that time if the writer is posed of about forty lots last Saturday Eev. Grant and his splendid family through its Kentucky fare alike and the farmer not posted, The Lot Sale. not mistaken, he learned that his and Mr. C. E Buckley, a real estate have endeared themselves to this vice president, T. H. Kirk. The to- is not at the mercy of the buyer. Evbirthday was in the month of Novem man of Lexington is selling lots in city by theirunselfish devotion, to 'the bacco was sold at the! association eryone gets the same price for his dif Quite an assembly of people attendbar and figuring from that date until the addition he bought from Mr. welfare of all the people in tha com- prices for the association grades, ferent grades his death, he would have been 73 years Richard Dohoney He will munity and in turn they are popular President Stone said. Part of the toFor thff above and many other rea ed the lot sale, last Saturday, put on eld next month. He was an, honest dispose of 38 lots. not only with the Methodist Churchy bacco, it was said, was sold for export. sons, we heartily endorse' this great by the W. C. Payne Eeality Company, Campbellsville The sale was about man and a successful merchant and they are universally so, because of The sale included practically the en move: well-.know- - To-bac- co e to-da- y. v "C for Sale. trader, respected.by all the people of his native county. Everybody spoke of him as "Billy Gowdy," and it will I will on Saturday.Oct., 21st at 2 p. m. be a long time before that name dies effer for sale to the highest bidder.on In the county of Taylor., the presises for cash, one house and His wife died some years ago and he 1st en Canpbellsville pike in town of ." " jLand David. sister. who ' is survived by two sons, V. M. Gowdy Gowdyl, Be leaves four; A brothers, J. E. Cowdy, Geo. E. Gowdy pJ.T. Gowdy, Eobert Gowdy, and one "j-- II ve3 at Frankfort. Los!. Peace to his memory. unselfishness. The Board of Stewards by a unanimous vote asked for the return of Eev. Grant lor another year, and it was: generally known that the Bishop had been "asked to appoint him to other important Columbia.' rteuse consists of 6 rooms appointments.-City- ', The Argus, Central aid Hall. Oi the premises are two Ky. ieod wells and necessary outbuildings. L rV: ForSaleT Uy dwelling house wd L F. Sandusky For any information call on or storehouse on Fair Ground street j W. .fl. Sandusky. write Good house, consisting of seven rooms -- their tire holdings of the association. The negotiations leading up to this, the largest sale of burley tobacco to a single manufacturer in the history of the country, had been going on for .more than a week between Mr.- - Kirk on the one hand and President Stone and Director of the Warehouses fialph 1 First National Bank, By Braxton Massie, Pres. ' t E. Webb, School Superinten. and hall abat 2 acres of laid. Good dent of Adair County, has been'noti-fie- well, ftectfictfights. Alse I wo!d by the attorney General oi the1 sell myDanbifarffl 2 miles from Three weeks ago a hrtroj gold wrist Vwatch. Sico makf, v..ui band The State that from now on all trhant Colombia, eiivMsell Springs road. 90 cases must be tried in the Circuit i finder will receive t reward. ', Court. The parents or guardians of acres level laig, and well limbered. Marguerite Berinetitf.?-5fa ' t, if interested. ' be indicted by See me er truant children-wil- l ' Col'nmbial, Ky. JRfteat, Colambia, Ky. an Adair county grand jury and the &L case or cases docketed in the Circuit 52-2Life Sentence.. 1 Mr. F. d 1- -2 s ! h Ljieat ?ft S1 Court. -- T - Estel McQueary, who murdered his wife some months ago, In Casey county, was tried last week at Liberty before an Adair county jury. The case was jargured for the defense by tJharles Montgomery and Edyle Stone. The State was represented by Common' wealth's Attorney A. A. Huddle-soAttorney, Moore.' We and Jearn from one of the jurors that a was verdict for life imprisonment agreed to in ten minutes laf ter the jury went to its room. It is said that the attorneys for the defense made a hard fight, but the proof of guilt was """ too strong against him,--n, T-- r ' For Sale. ,: A CopRfci Parly. ".' Far Sale. My v consistnec-essary-o-ut residencrn Columbia, ing of hoWndfcath, all, buildings, 2 wells of fine water, fine fruit and 4 acres, of land. ' Mrs. P. W;Dohpoey. 52 3t J This is the season of the year' when fires often occur, especially the burning out of flues which brings the fire alarm. Therefore, the flues of. the town should be cleaned, and by so doing the alarm of fire will be avoided and perhaps your property will be saved from burning, Members of the fire department do not like to be called np at night to be told that it is only the burning out of a' flue. Do not neglect to clean your chimneys and flues. Now is the time, - Want ftrbuy an old time sideboard,, parlor sofa" and chairs. Good price paid for eacl. Notify Adair County News." ABU of Hist'-rviVv- v In the last twelve years eleven - t MIsslKara CaMwell entertained the following at heome Friday evening: Misses AMabel Eosenbaum,. Katy Taylor, Lucille Winfrey, HacheLCefley, "Lula Phelps and Mary Sinclair? Messrs. Morris Epoerson, Henry Han cock, Eobert Neat, Noel Pickett, Dallas Slotts and Fester. Pickett! land ' ' 4. '-, ' up two Sleepy.) ' The real estate men took pages of our paper last week wgltch h4Wanted. weyereglad to furnish, but sorry not furnish the uual or. reading matter. Thfs amount Ash BiHets 3x339r 12c each. ' week we are sending out all the hapE.-Wethihgton, Grader. 'U. f. penings in this and other localities,-- , ,50, tf. r anif we feel that our readers will be STATEMENT OF THE OWNEE-- ) . 'v satisfied. SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIECtrLA- Fop Sale. TION, ETC,.EEQUltB.ED BYTHE ACT OF 'CONEESS OF AUGUST Purebred Hog Sale at Campbells 24, 1912, of Adair County- - News; v ville published weekly at CplambidX-i.Vs, -' ' jl:. for Oct. 1, 1922, ,. The breeders of Durocand Spotted 1. That the names and addresses of Poland-Chinhogs ,of Taylor county the publisher, editor, and business will hold a combination sale Thursday, .manager are: r Oct. 19, 1922, at Camp bells ville, Ky. NAME OF P. O. ADDBESj? All animals sold suitable ;f or breeding Publisher, Mrs: Daisy Hamlett, . purposes. Hogs of both breeds rang . Columbia, Ky. . E. Murrell, ing from summer pigs to mature ani- Editor, Columbia, Xy. mals included. Pedrgrees furnished Managing Editor, Mrs Daisy Hamlett, t with everything. Come and Business Manager, Mrs.Daisy Hamlett, you need. J. Is, Miller, County Agent. Columbia, Ky. , t Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Owner. Known bondholders, mortgagees, Mr. E. A. Mckinley is a farmer who and other security holders, owning 1 jref uses to eat all the good vegetables he grows. He wants the town people per cent br.mqre of total amount of to try their palate on some of Jiis pro- bonds, mortgages, or other securities. duction. For a bushel of turnips and (If there are none, so state.) None. Mrs. Daisy Hamlett. a couple of dozen roasting ears, sent us, we return , our most grateful "Subscribed to and sworn before me thanks. When the spirit-agaimoves this 2nd. day of Oct., 1922 seai,: SueFH. TJaker. we will be in a resceptive mood. htm,, Notary Public Adair Cpunt&Ky',, Wanted. My commission, expires Deo. - 5th'., Kirtley, postmaster at Jpppa 111 sell her property in order to take 'a rest." The property consists, of a dwelling and two store houses and stock of goods, barn and all necessary' out buildings. One acre, of grounjd at the house and three acres of good .pasture land. Address her at Jopna. j, Mrs. W. W.' . - we-wer- e we-coul- L - a " buy-wha- 51-2- finally completed the deal .lastieven-lnand their was genera rejoicing in the ranks of the Burlej Assoot'ida 3&? members, and officials. No information was givea bfMr. Stone or Mr. Barker as to the aA&unt of money involved, as it was was not known just how much bacco would bring until the t;nesac-- . jwtual tfon finally Is completed by of the tobacco whicl was purchased Both President Sto rfcand Director Barker have said for . tim&that the association wouli fiseli 4 all its'-holdings because of the Seeds 3? of the manufacturers and the tightness of the 1922 crop, and that it was very likely that a considerable portion of tbe holdings of the association would be taken by those manuractur-er- s who already bad purchased from the stocks of the association. Mr. Stone's Statement. Discussing the big sale, President Stone said: "It Is, of course, a matthat the patience ter of the Joyal growers has thus been tbe sale of their holdings. 'The sentiment of our members has been loyal throughout t They have desired us to merchandise the association tobacco and, have loyally stood by us and waited t patiently until the time came when we could sell their tobacco at their price, instead of dickering withspeculators, as they ,used to lave to do individually and dividing the profits with these speculators. "The sale of today clinches the success of the Burley Tobacco Growers' Association. It will have a tendency to strengthen the weaker brethren, the doubting Thomases and it will prove everlastingly convincing to the speculative interests that heretofore have been able to obtain a big share of the farmers' profits, that they have finally and forever turned their backs upon the ofcf wasteful system of marketing." While officials of the association would ' not discuss the amount of money involved, one of the members of the essociation said he believed it would be somewhere between tlO,000,000 and $12,000,000. g sgf-.it-tiatc- Bank of Columbia, By J. W. Flowers, Cashier. The Farmers Bank Cane Yalley, ing lots, was purchased from Mr. By-D- . O. Eubank, Cashier. Noah Loy. The sale started a few minutes after The Farmers Bank, Knlfiey, Chas. D. Campbell, Cashier. ten a. m., and by the noon hour every V ' lot had been sold. There were soma Farmers Bank, Casey Creek. very desirable locations for residences, T. O Morton, Cashier. and the lots sold at from $16 00 to Gradyville State Bank, 860 00. They were 25x100 feet. It is By C. O. Moes, Cashier. said that a number of cottages will be built in th6 new addition. ,Lost.v The sale was a 'perfect success so far as disposing of the" lots.. "JfcVe do A gold watch on tne square or benot know how much, the reality cum- - ' tween Columbia and Glensfork. The pany realized out of it. for the reason finder will be rewarded to return it we do not know the price paid foi the ' to; the land. Carl Pettey, The Cane Valley Band furnished Glensfork, Kentucky. the music for the sale. Mire ImptVement. Badly Burned. A little daughter of Gideon Sneed, about eleven years old, got badly burned at Gradyville last Thursday. She was playing about a fire when suddenly her clothing became Ignited. She tried to smother the flames and failing, she ran and jumped into a branch. Her body was burned into a crisp. Her father, Gideon Sneed, is now In jail at Bowling Green, charged with murder. A few weeks ago he shot and killed a deaf and. dumb boy, in Simpson county, from a hickory tree. lots in Columbia, and within two He was gathering' nuts. Sneed was hundred yards of nhe public square. hurried to the Warren County jail to They will certainly be occupied, 'as prevent mob violence. the demand forllwelllngs is pressing. H. H. Cherry, president of the. Western Kentucky State Normal and Public Sale teacher's College, Bowling Green, was On Saturday, Oct. 21st, 1922, at the here last Saturday and addressed, the hour of 2,clock in the afternoon, as a teachers of Adair County- at the representative of the heirs of the late courthouse. He is a thorough school . San-duskyat fronting the Jamestown pike and a short distance beyond the corporate limits of Columbia. The plot of land which was cut into build- forty lots itl n N' V " It will be gratifying to the people of Columbia, tpjknow that four new bungalows will be erected on the Coffey lot now owned by Young & once. The lots have been laid off .and the contract given Mr. Wood Judd to put up the buildings. Mr. Sandusky informed us Friday morning that the material to be used in the .houses is ready, and that Mr. Jndd would commence his contract In about two weeks, These dwellings will be on one of the most desirable . Sherrod Atkinson, I will offer for sale at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder,14 acres of land, the same .owned by sid Atkinson at his death and located in or near Coburg, Adair county, Ky.. 1 will also, at the same time, offer a few articles of personal propery tfor sale. Terms of sale made known on said day. Jdrs. J. W. McCormack. . . man and his address was of special interest. The teachers of the. comity were greatly stimulated for better work. ' For Sack. cockerels. 51 -- S. -- C. W,hlte Leghorn 2t Mrs John D. Lowe. M--cli- -, ' The Tobacco House. Last Wednesday, in company with Mr. E. W. Eeed, we drove out to where the new receiving tobacco house is being built. We were surprised at Its magnitude and the progress that has been made. Mr. Wood Judd, who Is in charge of a crew of hands, is pushing the work as rapidly as possible. The building covers three quarters of an acre, and Mr. Judd Will complete it in the given time, by the 15th of No vember, if the lumber reaches him without interruption, and Mr. Elsie Young; who ls the contractor, says the lumber will be hauled without delay;- It will be decidely the largest house ever built in Adair county, and v . ui't Friday morning. It will be tl Tlnta. f - -Eev. E Y. Bennett, wh" Vsn -j cipal of the Lindsey-Wif.; wt.-c. The t Louisville conference Mr. J. E. Garnett'a residency. t - n For Sale. One Folding ' once t...'-iu- a few yards of the school buhuiu. and is comparatively a new xeslueuce. The consideration has not been giveu out. '"Mr and Mrs. Garnett and the'r son, Eobert, will have apartments at the home of Dr. W. F. Cartwright. will remove .to it at BecT, Electric Lleht Cen phy- i925. t ; ' . sicians have died in Adalr?county Two are now active on accoant of ill health, and three have removed from the county, and only one has located Twelve are now practicing' in the county, seven of them passed fifty-fiv- e years of age fc" i Sam Lewis spent. last ".week in Mr. Louisville tracing a car lod.ef wool shipped from this place..- - He faally located it at Lawrewefeurt had been miwlng for several weito. . Ash Billets K 3x3x39, 12c eacb. 50 , - - " Fixtures. ter Table and Steel Eahge, . Bed springs, Mattress, Mrs. W. A. Coffey. L. Wenhington, Grader.- For Sale, tf. - T. Moote has left at this office three.chestnut burrs. In two of the burrs there are seven chestnuts in each, and in one there were six making twenty chestnuts in the three Mr. burrs. 'This la an unusual occurence. Tbe will be here on exhibition for few days Mr. J, H. Young purchased rT-Hjet, Simp- - l We UMknUUKl th4t Mr.Tt&n W11- -' i 1 fc& tC-- i IDC amWrel W.tbe JjaJgt J. J. SlsapfopoWr Jtr.L.'T.Ntt.aetfor tbeTeii Grouwis, property E. L Sleamaker., the new pasOne wheat Drill. Now is your tor of the Methodist church, delivered chance for. a cheap pair of Shoes-Closicomfort-hout. .Hurry before they rare a very interesting sermon and ' discourse last Sunday morning. all' gone. . L. M'.'Smllh, Tne co'H'N'l'jiHoii,. was large and it Cant75Uoj Ky. Hsti'" v ? 'vttentlvely to a very will be an advantage in many ways to f the speakers discourse pointed the tobacco growers of Adair county. Eev.' Carson Tailor, pastor of the thouphts beingxwnH connected. The pool is the only way for a grower Baptist church, this place, is coodWtr value for the crop) Mr, E, Al MeKinley T now pi ting to realize the full ing:a series of meetings at Zloo. They If here are farmers who. have hot j" weight on his bogs that he win if "BM1P WBU v,yet signed,, they should get in. u rVCfl KDa ls " "t ""?" for nil meat. Two oflbe numWr quick?, possible. Eev... ng A new iron bridge ls to span Casey's Creek at Knifley. The citizens who will be mostly benefited 'by this structure, subscribed 1,30CO and at vreont sitting of the Adair Fiscal Court $1,-000 g appropiated. Tlieoridge is to be built at once. It has been .needwas ed for many years ' Saw Mill FifcSUefc;. . We have x 20-hor- 49-t- " - '- powec holler ana J . gngirie and a ConapJelt.se. sell makf ..puQtkally w ioecl We new. tftk 1 ""w"? -- m m wlllll at a barftla sjmT wLU -- any kind of good trade. serwi call fcuil - totf Grttn.bir sn&, thto iWt 9iMt miflkfi An airtight heater tfoenlt. Call News Office. at were driven on the feeler IM thf TriflUy tothe purher. Jilktmrntoi, " aad ffneeees were weight. V One malijfcwfet grotJU. m5 OQBd&ik-- & Peafowls ,of v .0 market. Tnu . Tilt NWA $liH;i5Kiattqky wih wctl) )mmHs wted, om or two hm. ' t Mm Jlele MeCeoMttk, t t " r" cmilcmi MX tSst - WeusivlBjroStt irTaBi 1 ? r ii V" n 1 --- '' -I s , ADAIR COUNTY 'NEWS, - r" r7 r- - lowance of homeliness. of- - The Strength Of The Pines fry A'' fw ond Co , S'ifj s Edison ,, Mai-shal-l Autfcr ofTheVoice of ihePack UlusfratioftS tij fv IrwitiMyeitf & WFakdL Copyright by LittU , Drown, SYNOPSIS CHAPTER I. At the death of his foster father, Bruce Duncan, in an eastern city, receives a. mysterious message, sent by a 'Mrs. Ross, summoning him peremptorily to southern Oregon to meet "Linda." CHAPTER IL Bruce has vivid but recollections of bis childhood in an orphanage, before his adoption by Newton Duncan, with the girl Linda. CHAPTER b&f-31- ng By a queer pounding of his blood Bruce knew that he was In the high altitudes. He had already come six miles from the cabin. The hour was about in two hours more it would be too dark to make his way six-thirt- y; at all. Trail's End, news that a message has been sent to Bruce Is received with marked displeasure by a man introduced in. At his destination. to the reader as "Simon." CHAPTER IV. Leaving the train,' Bruce Is astonished at his apparent familiarity with the surroundings, though to his knowledge he has never been there. CHAPTER V. Obedient to the message, Bruce makes his way to Martin's ctom-roastore, for direction as to reaching Mrs. Ross' cabin, i CHAPTER VX On the way, "Simon" sternly warns him to give up his quest and return East. Bruce refuses. CHAPTER VH. Mrs. Ross, aged and Infirm, welcomes him with emotion. She hastens him on his way the end of Needle Trail." CHAPTER VHL Through a country purzllngly familiar, Bruce Journeys, and finds his childhood playmate, Linda. ds CHAPTER VI 1! i "Joat In almost a mbment Duncan was tf the thickets and into the big ameer, as iar as ne coma see mere was nothing but the great pines climbing up the long slope of the ridge. They stood straight and aloof, and they were Tery old. He fell Into their spirit at once. The emotions that had half-understo- quality of (after all, the Ithe big pines came over him. Bruce was rather tremulous and exultant as 'he crept softly up the trail, It was the last lap of his journey. (At the end of the trail he would find (Linda! And it seemed quite fitting that she would be waiting there, where the trail began, in the wildest heart of the pine woods. He was quite himself once more carefree, delighting In all the little manifestations of the wild life that began to stir about him. His delight grew upon him. It was a dream coming true. Always, It seemed to him, he had carried in his mind a picture of this very land, a sort of dream place that was a reality at last. He had known just how it, would be. He had always known how - the pine shadows would fall across the carpet of needles. The trees themselves were the same grave companions that he had expected, but his delight was all the more because of his expectations. As the trail climbed higher, the sense of wilderness became more i flooded him in the cabin below di&i wlthjn him. The great calm that is, -- He examined the mud about the spring, and there was plenty of evidence that the forest creatures had passed that way. Here was a little triangle where a buck ha"d stepped, and further away he found two pairs of deer tracks evidently Jhose of a doe with fawn. A wolf had stopped to cool his heated tongue to 'the waters, possibly in the middle of some terrible hunt In the twilight hours. Then he found a huge abrasion in the mud that puzzled him 'still more. At the first he couldn't believe that It was a track. The reasom was simply that the size of, the thmg was Incredible as if some one had laid a flour sack in the mud and taken it up again. He did not think of any of flie modern-da- y forest creatures as being of such proportions. It was very stale and had .been almost obliterated by many days of sun. Perhaps he had been mistaken In thinking It an imprint of a living creature. He went to his knees to examine it But in' one Instant he knew that he had not been mistaken. It was a track not greatly different from that of an enormous human foot; and the separate toes were entirely distinct It was a bear track, of course, but one of such size that the general run of little black bears that inhabited the hills could almost use Iljfor a den of hibernation! f He got up and went on farther toward Trail's End. He walked more swiftly now, for he hoped; to reach the end of Troll before nightfall, but he had no intention of halting in case night came .upon him before he reached it. He had waited too long already to find Linda. Another hour ended the day's sunlight The shadows fell quickly, but it was a long time yet until darkness. He yet might make the trail-enHe gave no thought to fatigue. In the first place, he had stood up remarkably well under the day's tramp for no other reason than that he had always made a point of keeping In the best of physical condition.' Besides, there was something more ptftent than mere physical strength tl sustain him now. It was the realization of the nearing end of'the trail-t-- a knowledge of tremendous revelations that would cora,e to him in a few hours Pine-Needle All the way he had thought her as a baby ss-te- r not-.aa woman ber .flower. $&M &S JSazul at her in speechless amazement. Her hafr was- no longer blond. True, It bad peculiar red lights when the firelight shone through it; but he knew by the llghtof day it would be deep brown. He "remembered hoc as an awkward little thing that was hardly able to keep bet- feet under her. This tall girl-ha- d the wilderneos grace which Is the grace of a deer and only blind eyes cannot see It. He dimly knew that she wore a skirt and a simple blouse of white; tied with a blup scarf. Hei arms' were bare in the fire's gleam And there was a- dark beauty about her face that simply could not be denied. She came toward him,- - and her hunds.,vcre open before, her. And her lips trembled. Bruce could see them in the firelight. It was a strange meeting. The firp light gave it a tone or unreality, and the whole forest world seemed to pause in its whispered business as if to watch. It was as if they Had been brought face to face by the mandates of an inaxorable destiny. "So you've come?" the girl said. The words were spoken unusually soft, scarcely above a whisper; but they were Inexpressibly vivid to Bruce. They told first of a boundless relief and Joy at his coming. But more than that, In these deep vibrant tones was the expression of an unquenchable life and spirit. Every fiber of the body lived in the fullest sense; he knew this fact the Instant that she spoke. She smiled at him, ever so quietly. "Bwovaboo," she said, recalling the name by which she called him In her babyhood, "you've come to Linda." -- h -- - kiuikl-colore- d - CHAPTER IX At the End of the Trail He Would v , Find Linda! pronounced. Even the trees seemed larger- - ,and more majestic, and the glimpses of the wild people were more frequent The birds stopped d their conversation and stared "at him with frank curiosity. The grouse let him get closer before tbey took to cover. The hours passed. The trail grew rattle-braine- dimmer. Now It-'w- as --- . .serpent in ,( the jine needles, colling thls"vway and .that "but ,he Iqyqd ".every Jbotpf it ' IFaippecr lbwn4o a; lit tic Btream; of.' which of gummec .had made only a .succession of shallow pools. Yet the wafer was. . -- just a thrown cotd to his lips. And He knew that little brook lirout whiting until the should make a .torrent of fall "drarik.KwV theic iteiy stream and" thus deliver themyere gazing at him while he T As the fire burned down to coals and the stars wheeled through the sky, Linda told her story. The two of them were seated in the soft grass In front of the cabin, and the moonlight was on Linda's face as she talked. She talked very low at first. Indeed there was no need for loud tones. The whole wilderness world was heavy with silence, and a whls per carried far. Besides, Bruce was just beside her, watching her with narrowed eyes, forgetful of everj thing "except her story. "I've waited a long time to tell you this," she told him. "Of course, when we were babies together In the or phanage, I didn't even know It It has taken me a long time since to learn all the details; most of them 1 got from my aunt, old Elmira, whom you talked to on the way out. Part of It I knew by intuition, and a little of it Is still doubtful. ""You ought to know first how hard I have tried to reach you. Of course. I didn't try openly except at first the first years after I came here, and before I was old enough to understand." She spoke the last word with a curious depth of feeling" and a perceptible hardness about her lips and eyes. "I remembered just two things. That the man who had adopted you was Newton Duncan; one of the nurses at the asylum told me that. And I remembered the name of the city, where he had taken you., "You must understand the difficulties I worked under. There is no rural free delivery up here, you know, more. Already great truths were taking Bruce. Our mail Is sent from and shape in his brain; he only needed a delivered to the little post office at over fifteen miles single sentence of explanation to con- Martin's store nect them all together. He began from here. And some one member of to feel a growing excitement nd im- a certain family that lives near here goes down every week to get the mflii patience. for the entire district. It was quite dark now. and he "At first and that was before I could barely see the, trail. For the really understood :I wrote you many first time he began to despalv, feeling letters and gave tnem to one of this that another night of overpowering family to mail for me. I was just a impatience must be spent before he child then, you must know, and I could reach Trail's End Tjlie stars lived In the same house with these They were just baby letbegan to push through the darkening people. sky. Then, fainter than the jrleam of ters from from Linda-Tind- a to Bwov-abo- b a firefly, he saw the faint letters about the deer and the ht of a berries and the squirrels and all the far distant camp fire. His heart bounded. He krifew what wild things that lived up here." was there. It was the end of the "Berries !" Bruce cried. "I had some trail Ht last And It guided him the on the way up." His tone wavered, rest of t,he way. When He4 reached and "he seemed to be' speaking far the topof a little rise in the trail, the away. "I had some once long ago." "Yes. You will understand, soon. whole scene was laid out In 'mystery . r I didn't understand below him. didn't The fire had been built at the door answer my letters. I understand now, of a mountain house a log structure though. You never got them." . "No. I never got them. But there of perhaps four rooms. The firelight played In its open doorway. Someare several Duncans in my city. 'They thing beside It caught his attention, might have gone astray." "They went astray but it was beand Instinctively he followed It with fore they ever reached the post office. his eyes-- until it ended in art Incredible region of the stars. It was a They were, never mailed, Bruce. I great pine tree, the 'largest he had was to know why, later,' Even then ever seen seemingly a great sentinel it was part of the plan that I should dle ground." She smiled grimly. "I've lived with death, and I've over all the land. never get-- in communication with you But the sudden awe that came over again that jovc would be lost to me heard of it, and I've seen it all my life. If there hadn't been any other him at the sight of It was cftt shprt forever. got older, I tried other way, I would have seen It In the draby the sight of a girl's figure In the "When I firelight He had an instant's sense tacks. I wrote to the asylum," enclos- mas of the wild creatures that qp on that he had come to the wilderness' ing a letter to you. But those letters around me all. the time. You'll get down to cases here, Bruce or else heart at last, that this tall tree was were not mailed,1 either. These men said' "N6w we can skip a long time. I you'll run away. its symbol, that If lie - could pinder-stan- d the eternal watch that it kept grew1 tup. I knew everything" at last they'd do worse things to me than over this mountain world, he- would and no longer lived with the family kill I didn't dare take the I mentioned before. I came here, to risk. have an understanding of all things this old house and made it jJecenf "But once or twice I was able to but all these thoughts were submerged to live in. I cut my own wood "for my get wordv to old Elmira the only ally In the realization that he had tome back to Linda at last fuel except when one of the men I had left She was of the true breed, ' He had known how the mountains tried to please me by", cutting It forrBruce. You'll call her a hag, but would seem. All that he had beheld me. I wouldn't use It at first. Oh, shje's a woman to be reckoned with She could hate too wose than a today was just the recurrence of Bruce I wouldn't tough it!" ' things beheld "Jong ago. Nothing had lvHer face was no longer lovely. It hates the man - that seemed different from what he had was drawn with terrible passions. killed her mateand .hating is all thafff kept her alje. You shrink expected; rather he had a serine that But she quletecLat once.; a lost world had been returned to1 him, "At last I saw plainly, that I was a when I say the word. Maybe you and it was almost as if he had never little fool that all they wpuld do for won't shrink when ym done. been away. But .the girl In the fireme, the getter dff I was. At'jlrst, I "This old woman tried to get in light did .not answer In 'the least dealmost 'starved to death because I communication with every , stranger gree thepicture be had carried of .wouldn'tse- - the food that they sent that visited the hills. You see, Bruce, Linda. -Ime. J JjIeJUp grub It out of the hills, she couldn't.-write- , herself. And the But-- I He remembered ., Her - as a f' atne't? it at last, Butj Bruce, one time Ianaged to get a written & little girt; with Trregnl.tr tiiereHtogljtany things Jkgldk'V come messntrft jrtfWt tatjlerj telling her to unreasonable tilWS33T why-vyou -me-r-an- d to. Since r r havei) glye it'to the first stranger to mall etable line that COUld be HUBed never given one of them 'a smile ex--1 one of 'my enemies git ifiawayjffrom.'k ,. .. cept In scorn, not a word that wasn't hg, 1 expected t uj wu yoib ux mjb uu injury. wasn't going to ne aiiTe wncn tne "You are a city man, Bruce. You clan come. The only reason I didn't There were about three hundred don't know what hate means. It was because Simon the greatest of pounds of flour and meal togethdoesn't live In "the cities. But It lives them all and the one X hate the most up here. .Believe me, If you ever be- kept his clan from coming. He had er, potatoes of both kind, corn lieved anything that it lives up here. his own reasons. and bran, ete, and some dry The most bitter and the' blackest hate "From then on she had to depend goods and some money. This from birth until death I 'It burns on word of mouth. But at last just out the heart, Bruce., But I don't a few weeks ago she found a man "pounding" did not consist of know that I can make you underthat knew you. And it is your story the Methodists alone but it was stand." from now on." She paused, and Bruce looked away They were still a little while. Bruce about equally divided between into the pine forest. He believed the arose and threw more wood on the the three denominations repre.girl. He knew that this grim land fire. was the home of direct and primitive only the beginning," he said. "It's sented in this part of the counemotions. Such things as mercy and "And .you want me to tell you all?" try, Methodists, Baptists, Presremorse were out of place In the she asked hesitantly. game trails where the wolf pack "Of course. Why did I come here?" byterian and some Christian Dishunted the deer. "You won't believe me when I say "When they knew how I hated that I'm almost sorry I sent for you." ciples, and many persons who them," she went on, "they began to She spoke almost breathlessly. "I any claims to religwatch me. And once they knew that didn't know that it would be like this. do not make I had fully understood the situation, That you would come with a smile on ion at all, were in the company. I was no longer nllowed to leave this your face and a light In your eyes, Our dininpr table and room little valley. There are only two looking for happiness. And instead trails, Bruce. One goes to Elmlra's of happiness to find all this!" were literally covered, heaped cabin on the way to the stor,e. The She stretched out her arms to the other encircles the mountain. With forests. Bruce understood her per- up and shaken down until it was all their numbers, It was easy to keep fectly. She did not mean the woods running over. After all this, watch of those trails. And they told In the literal sense. She meant the me what they would do if they found primal emotions thai were their spirit the friends went into the parlor me trying to go past" "To know the rest, you've got to go to play and sing. A lew brief "You don't mean they threatened back a whole generation. Bruce, have words by you?" the writer, expressing you heard of the terrible blood-feud- s She threw back her head and that the mountain families sometimes his appreciation for what had laughed,, but the sound had no joy In have?" been done, was given, after it "Threatened! If you think "Of course. Many times." threats are common up here, you are "These mountains of Trail's End which a number of good songs a greener tenderfoot than ever I took have been the scene of as deadly a you for. Bruce, the law up here Is blood-feuas Tvas ever known In the were selected and sung by the the law of force. The strongest wins. West. And for once, the wrong was congregation Mr. Columbus The weakest dies. Walt till you see all on one side. Simon. You'll understand then and "A few miles from here there Is a Hill presided at the piano. you'll shake In your shoes." valley, where a stream We have som,e very fine people The words grated upon him, yet he wonderful flows. There is not much tillable land Sididn't resent them. "I've seen In these mountains, Bruce, but there, to serve, and I want to say in mon," he told her. along that little stream, there are alconclusion, there is a standing She glanced toward him quickly, most five sections three thousand and it was entirely plain that the acres of as rich land as was ever invitation for all such good peoquiet tone in his voice had surprised plowed. That tract of land was ac- ple to come back any time they quired long ago by a family named Ross, and they got it through some want too and give this preacher kind of grant. I can't be definite as to the legal aspects of all this story. and his family a surprise like They don't matter anyway only the this. results remain. Your brother in Christ, "These Ross men were frontiersmen of the first order. They were virtuous J. W. Rayburn, Pastor. men too trusting every one, and oh! what strength they had! With their His Tribute to Women. own hands they cleared away the forest and put the land into rich pasture and hay and grain. They raised great No matter what one may think herds of cattle and had flocks of sheep too. philosophy of Robert G. "It was then that dark days began of the to come. Another family headed by Ingersoll, one must admit that the father of the man I call Simon-migr- ated here from the mountain dis- he stands out prominetly as an tricts of Oklahoma. But they were American who was a master in not so ignorant as many mountain people, and they were 'killers. Per- use of . the English language. haps that's a word you don't know. The following- - is his of tquoted Perhaps you didn't know It existed. A killer Is a man that has killed other tribute to women: men. It isn't a hard thing to do at "It takes a hundred men to all, Bruce, after you are used to it These people were used to it And make an encampment, but one because they wanted these great lands my own father's home they began woman can make a home. I not to kill the Rosses. only admire woman as the moat yxJ. "At first they made no war on the object ever created, Folgera. The Folgers, you must know, beautiful Perhap3 the Faintest Flicker of Adwere good people, too, honest to the but I reverence her as the remiration Came Into Her Eyes. last penny. They were connected, by glory of humanity, the her. Perhaps the faintest flicker of marriage only, to the Ross family. deeming They were on our side clear through. sanctuary admiration came into her eyes. of all virtues, the "He tried to stop you, did he? Of At the beginning of the feud the head pledge of all perfected qualities course he would. And you came, any of the Folger family was just a young man, newly married. And he had a of heart and head. It is not way. May heaven bless you for it, Bruce !" She leaned toward him, ap- son after a while. "The newcomers called It a feud. just nor right to lay the sins of pealing. "And forgive me what I But It wasn't a feud It was simply men at the feet of women. It is said." murder. Oh, yes, we killed some of . Bruce stared at her in amazement. betHe could hardly realize that this was them. Folger and my father and all because women are so much the same voice that had been so torn his kin united against them, making a ter than men that their faults with passion a moment before. In an great clan but they were nothing in instant all her hardness was gone,-an- strength compared to the usurpers. are considered greater. A man's the tenderness of a sweet and Simon himself was just a boy when desire is the foundation of his it began. But he grew to be the .great- wholesome nature had taken Its place. love, but a woman's desire is He felt a curious warmth stealing over him. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 born of her love. The one thing "They meant what thej said, Bruce. v Believe me. if those men can do no in this world that is constant, Gradyville, Ky. other thing they can keep their word. the one peak that rises above all They didn't just threaten death to me. I could have run the risk of that clouds, the one window in which Sept. 29. 1922. Badly as I wanted to make them pay the light forever burns, the one before I died, I would have gladly The Adair County News, run that risk. star that darkness can not Columbia, Ky. "You are umaZed at the free way I quench, is woman's loye. It speak of death. The girls you know, Dear Sir: in the city, don't even know the wor(t rises to the greatest heights, it They don't kMow what It means. They Will you please give me a little sinks to the lowest depths. It don't understand the sudden end of space in your paper to express forgives tha most cruel injuries. the light the darkness the cold the awful fear that it Is ! It's a real- my thanks and appreciation to It is perennial of life and grows ity here, something to fight against every hour of every day. There are my good friends scattered abroad in every climate. Neither coldjust three things to do in the moun- from Tatter's Chapel Church, ness nor neglect, harshness nor tains to' live and love- - and hate. vthrcugh Gradyville to Price's There's no softness. There's no midcruelty can extinguish it. A learned-.the.ltruth, d vU f -- A ( Chapel, for the good reception that was given at their hands. We are beginning" our third year as pastor of the Gradyville charge. Last night about dark, 'there was the "Sound of a going in the tops of the mulberry trees,' when forty or fifty persons drove their cars up and rushed into the Parsonage with boxes in their ;arms and sacks on their backs containing everything that a Methodist preacher and his family can' make good use of , woman's love is the perfumer of the heart. This is the real love that subdues the earth; the love that has wrought all miracles of art; that gives us music all the way from the cradle song to the grand closing symphony that bears the cloud away on wings of fire. A love that is greater than power; sweeter than life and stronger than deaths" . A I Amundsen will delay his at-temiStto r.each the North Pole in an airplane for a year. Illinois-GentraPist- ''',", blohd-headed- - build The enumerate everything' thafc yras a branch road into' Madisonville. brought in to us, but will, m 3?he work will be begun jnext thr,t wu everything in tW-spimg. , v I will not take yomuspace to Jf'v P"Z1' r 'i t i - i "m sy f V , I&-i- Jl .. jjL iYl - ' .. Af'L MJl ll i- K. -, - Al t fil J '.H A P1 , tL,v j- - ' -- 4 :," 1' gr -- n- waww's-- X mjiiri.i Hi ADAlR(UTY-JfEW-S. ' -- ATTRACTS UWTHIK& Stunk AfliiMMt Is Citeir by' for far-m- cr Tit?r ??sr v "T77JFTTF7T" Dark'Triuct Poling. "Choose you this day whom you will serve." SBBBBBBBBr BBBBBBBBj' KC:-- J I apeak this to the farmer of the Black Patch. I speak not as a special adviser of the farmer, but sis a brother farmer in the .same shape as every other farmer who raises tobacco. I speak from the heart and not from the purse. I speak with a deep feeling of conviction that if we lose this opportunity of blending our efforts we are lost men and women; ruined financially, for a ' period of years, that will make the blood of the strong-hearte- d run cold, and the surer shout for Woodson Lewis & Son ':,"'" GREENSBURG,' ' KENTUCKY. , vt, ' :- ttJ.1 V. '. sbbbbbbV'wV BSSSSSSSSslv SSSSSSSSSSeL? ssk SSS1 SBBBBBBKTVB1 SBBBBBBSt.'iJBS7 VK 1 ,r A. - Automobile Tire Sale. ;$ ?. " -- K Kelley-Springfield JBSSSSSSSSSSB9K5BSSSi SBBBBBBBBBBBBbk&SBBH joy, that he has gained a victory over thev poor, deluded, innocent sons of toil who will now be forced to come per cent, to him for twenty-fivweak-minded, .jCS, and Miller 30 x"3J $11.92 V r, KELLY"' - it ', -- . 30x3 $10.32 . 31 x4 MILLER - - 7.84 10.00 $19.20 17.40 e Friends, a legitimate financial institution is one of the greatest Chimney repair men are trying to assets to civilization we have to ascertain what attracts the lightning day, but the man or men who to a chimney 150 feet hl"h located at Elston and Webster avenues, Chicago. abuse our interest rates as some In this Immediate vicinity there are do by charging the f. o. b. at $680.00 Utility Coupe Flint. Michigan. some 22 chimneys about the same producer the usurious rates of height and none of them have suffered -- ." 525.00 Touring i at from lightning during the past year, interest that some of them are t tt " while this particular chimney has been 510.00 at Roadster pay, deserves the con struck three times. The first time it forced to 41 425.00 Commercial Chassis at was struck it lo&t 30 feet off the top. demnation of all gobd citizens, lown about The second time it split v 50 feet and the third t ie It took a and I am constrained to believe t. chimney the circling coursi- down t many good men are kept .3 exit through that entire length and mr 7 the firebox. out of the association by just such people. J NO FLYING F13H AT MANDALAY -- Mens Fall Suits, $18.75, $21.00, $26,25, $30.00 and $33.75. But, farmer friends, let's not Sta Over 100 Miles Away and China heap all the abuses upon one .. ..- Isn't Across the Bay class. We have among ourselvKipling in Error. es farmers that are so narrow Mandalay, Burma. With its thouthat okKPharoah sand pagodas, its deserted palaces and and selfish Its picturesque ruins, the city ol would'look like a philantropist Mandalay continues to be a place of chief attraction for the European or beside some of them. We have American visitor to Burma. belonging to our fraternity, farThe palace grounds, surrounded by a wall and moat, are about a mile mers who are going to get in and and a half square. The buildings have enjoy wl en the blessings a cheap gaudiness about them which compares In many ways to that of an "George" gets it going. jVe American street carnival. Still pregoing to s(ay served are the throne rooms and the have men who are apartments of the king, the senior out, expecting to get big prides queens. Mindon Min, the next to the efforjcf, last king of Burma, married 57 wives from the other fellow's seeking, evidently, to discover what acknowledging themselves tot be the "57 varieties" are like. j From the palace grounds an Amer- takers of blood money. ican taxi takes the visitor to ithe foot But if both classes do uot of Mandalay hill, one of the holy GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. places of Burma BuddhlBm.). Here watch they might all be foolf d. those who are adherents of the Buddhist religion and are willing to re- Neither class has any confidence move their footwear may obtain great in his fellowman. Consequently merit by climbing the nearly 400 steps he thinks the books of the organwhich lead to the summit. Many Americans have been con- ization will be left open indefifused as to the exact location of Manprice give. What is your tobacco with one last suggestion, that one to every eight persons. dalay by a couple of geographical er- nitely, the association officials guarantees him the same every farmer who perchance rors which occur in Kipling's More than 45 per cent of all begging and pleading with them for grade as every other mem- worth? Just what the tobacco poem. It could hardly be might reap! this, look down the farms in the United Statps more than trust proposes to give. "where the flying fishes play," when on bended knees to come in and ber. Do you want What is the condition of the through the long list of petty ob- are between 50 and 174 acres in. the sea Is over a hundred miles dis- join. 0, my friend, be not de- every other grower or are you so tant And China isn't "Just across, the people from whom we buy the jections that the enemies of this size. bay," but is Just across the moun- ceived, whatsoever ye sow, tfyat philantropic that you want less? Organized. movement might put forth, and tains instead. Just across the bay is The vitality of the first to the shall ye also reap. If you sow Had you rather risk the system necessaries of Jife? India. dumping again, knowing from What is the condition of the peo- see the great benefit that it is ninth born varies very little, to your enemy, your enemy viill of GREEN APPLES RUN TRACTOR reward you, but if you sow to paat experience that you will be ple to whom we sell our prod- designed to give each one of us to Dr. Alfred Ploetz, of collectively, Call to your mind some ucts? Organized. What is our individually and your gutted? Munich, but from the tenth to r in Washington Makes your friends you have exper- - condition when it comes co buy-in- g keeping in mind continually tnat the nineteenth the mortalilv s Alcohol From Waste Crop of the injustices reward will be satisfaction to From Orchard. and selling? Unorganized. your children and loved ones roarkeldy greater. ' jienced in the past and see if any- soul as well as the purse. Why, ray friends, if we could who come after you will bless Monitor, Wash. Driving his tractor Have I touched any man lin thing has been done to the sys- At the top of Mount Ev-r- ?. with alcohol distilled from a mash of of come into this old world from you in after years as men who Mnntfrnmoro nnnnfo"? Wnnlrlltn tem tO remedy .them. Think green apples picked at thinning time, MAWUVAV4MV4J AIAVJ which i3 about tfive tr" f If 'Aafc local orchardist claims he is vin a God I have not, for a the many times you have met iri another planet as it were, and did your doty. what is more boiling water would bi 5 way to utilize many other waste prodVery respectfully? seeing" a people confab on the streets with other look upon conditions asvthey exbeautiful than ucts In manufacturing this material. decrees cooler Ithan it UJdjrfBo.urne. Tons of green apples fall annually all working and said among your ist among earth's citizens, we with one common larmers ac the foot of the" mountain. It ' during the regular June drop, while many more are removed to leave purpose in view, the welfare of seizes that "something must be would indeed be shocked. The as With The Statisticians." wouldn't even make decent tea. room for the growing of the are bankrupt if we only Deople upon the scene who done." fruit, and as a rule these are. wasted humanity b But if some have "The Hero," in which Richard because of Immaturity. been touched let them examine don't do something." Now, fel- really and tru'y produce auy Axrainf all of one inch over one A graduate of an eastern college Bennett starred on the Btage, is is our oppor- wealth or bring anything into -and a student of experiments made by themselves, turn atj.i register low farmers, here acre of ground would ' mean a to be screened. the government In distilling alcohol a vow that 'from this time on tunity handed to us by a man existence, and the only people in total of 3,630 cubivc feet, or 113 from this owner has been that wants to do something for helpless, unorganized condition. tons of water. conducting a chemical laboratory of they will go with' their people. Every man who touches it after his own. He will soon explain his One of the greatest examples us. Are" we going to accept or method before the fall session of the The chances of an oak tree be- aaEE2S2Z3EX . .saca s reject? That is the question. If it is produced, protected to the state grange. of to my mind of ing struck by lightning are 57 M by organization with money Weak, AiHif all modern history was when our we accept it 'means higher stand- limit times greater than those ot a ard of living for us, better roads, in reserve to keep the man that beloved Robert E, Lee gave ap a WOMEN from getting in that beech. At Age of Nine Months commission in the U. S. army, uetter churches, better clothes, produces it should take The most rapid river of. any Boy Whistles Fluently more nourishing food for the lit- position' came and cast his lot with the size in the world is the Rhone in But ('m vo:b blame them for Toungstown, O. Claim Southern Confederacy, .making tle ones, dr a prosperity for the Is made that Mervln, ..,.? v have that priv- France, the current of which the remark, that "I go with my little ones, or a nro?ir.,ty for son of Mr. and Mrs. Max o,a we try to hinder ranges 'as high' as 40 miles an nte a tiully be- ilege iui the producers' Heyman of this city, "can whls-people." tie lite a canary." "He's been longs tVthem, but if we, reject, them irom organizing? Did hour. By petting right down to brass whistling since he was BljE God only knows the outcome. they ask ua for advice? Dm a e V Methuselah had invested months old," declared the proud tacks, as it were, how can nny father. "I'm sure be Js fhfi hogs point out to them the possible", at interest at the age of 21 he The Wong's Tufc champion baby whistler 6i tha 'farmer balk when he is asked au What are your cattle and have died' a millionaire? pitfalls of thtir plan magnified world. Why, when , that boy join a or worth? Just what Armour anp grows op he onghttolVln rrf,atr 3d1 )m 1Tf' What fa and hundredfold? !I!d, t0 The total numbsr.'of telephones jir. s, demaad. Think ganizition to MUthe ariy.proV Sw!ft TVOUld give to " hUrlr A v ..whV in the U ' el States "u, -- ' your..wwv wivth? I leave thcPe few Stiff sstksii farm? Ar. , ni "'mammm r in his bam .. .rAjr4 A.tfoua ma lMSBJp Jaiuary, I92ii wis 13,41179, .A., ine :wi furs' k.wn c&utroiitu uy Lut JUUi VVM1UV4.WVH m BSSSSSMPr grf. BSS fSB money. Tubes $1.25 Up. Chevrolet Automobiles. hard-workin- g 11 -- - $ Complete Line of Men's and Young Men's Clothiqg - Crossett, Nonn Bosh and Peters Shoes. All Kinds Of Farm Machinery. WOODSON LEWIS & SON well-know- n ac-curdi- ng -- Chemist-Farme- I .- first-grad- e "e ' self-sacrifi- ce '...jarn t or-gaT- jJi nlne-months-o- ld "' ti, vr-j'- ld CARDUI I 1 r.o-y.viora Ki-r"Kt- ni ! non-prof- it, ive v.-- :s-.- i 1 - rri'i -- Jtt in-u- st iiiii -- L.a:-i:-ci.- Jti'uSC-'piypteswt- -- .j, o ' ' .& n VTC I T&T vS 4 I R i 1 ( t ; h k t -- . iftr '1 1 a ,.&flliir "Cbaivly fl THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'V he.vJs home on the election day and lose your vote when it is "so (Published On Tuesdays muph needed. The Republicans will be at the polls to support fl.tGolan6i&i KeivtackyMr. Phelps and Mr. Kincaid, should be Eonom hence the Democrat E.MURRELL, Mm out in full force to support Conr KS. DAISY HAMLETT. gressman Gilbert and Judge KUckei Shower. A number of young people" gave Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sinclair a kitchen shpwer at their new home last Friday evening Those present were: Misses Kara Caldwell, Mabel Rosenbauro, Pearl Willis, Doris Wilson, Lula Phelps, Katy Taylor, Rachel Coffey, Lucille Wlnfreyj and Frances Browning; Messrs. Will Oi McClister, Morris Epperson, WillDohoney' Paul GoQdhx Noel Pickett, Frank Calllson. and James Dohoney. Marriage liscenes were issued from the Adair County Clerk's office a few days ago: John B. Smith to Bessie Bryant; Amos Rutherford to Lula ML Burresa. HHHWWHWHHH MHHfBHaHBHHiailt A Democratic Newspaper dejoted tothe Interest of the city oftColanblal&nd 'the People' Adair sad adJoininsCounUes. Cntered Order Early A- McCandless. DEMOCRAT, TAKE NOTICE v, If It's A New Style Adair county may be informed as to the action of the RepubliIt's In The TUESDAY OCT. IT 1922. can' committee of jhe county, which met County court day, we 8UBSCRIPTIONEPRICE: publish the following which apKentucky fl i Wednesday's LouisDied Near Edmonton. $2.00 peared in Out Jde of Kentucky ville herald, sent from ColumAH EnbcrlptIona are due and Payable In bia: The Republican Executive Last Saturday week Mr. Josh. Bell, v, C of Adair County met who was a prominent citizen of MetCommittee DEMOCRATIC TICKET. calfe county, and who lived near Edin Columbia, Monday afternoon, monton, died, his affliction being a pursuant to an adjournment ta- chronic trouble. He was about sixty it. ': 7Cbr Judge of Court of Appeals, ken at a meeting held on Satur- years old, and was a of the Third District. day, September 23. The cam- late George R. Price. The deceased ' D. A. McCANDLESS, paign organization was perfect- was.an.actlve farmer and trader, and -of Muufordville. ed in every precinct in the coun- a gentleman who had many vfriends. farms in the county, For Congress, ty,! Cortez,$anders was elected He owned several and was, a man' who' will, be greatly iEighthx District. campaign j'chairman. tj Mrs. M. missed. Mrs., Georgia Crenshaw, RALPH GILBERT, C. Winfrey was chosen chair-m- n . Columbia, was his of Shelbyville. tfe & of the women's organiza- Mrs" OmaarbfejB, of Louisville, woman was added j wahlfakughteri' Shiet.and'her .hus; i tionrand-on- e If there have been any in each precinct as a permanent in Adair County.Executive ' Mfc5 the ,pool proposition, memoer.of the Xl z j.Must'be Seen to be Appreciated c Cordially" Committee, as follows; they are certainly" sat'isnea now - 'AfJM V tU ; West Columbia, Mrs., J. J.'J. '. tflQSS iVi invuea to see our aAmpies.;- - . 4.x ?it way that pooling is trie only-fa- ir In a recent 1suPof the News.ahar-Miss. " Mary Bliss, is Perfect tide which. bore the above caption : Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed5'3 to realize the. best prices for Hughes; South- - Columbia, Mrs. and with much myrattention We publish elsewhere 'U i Geo. E. Wilson; East Columbia, interest'! fread'ahd.waslnade to realize Zi'j&n,,,, . . .. the sale of the J921 crop to R. J. . v your statements were. Bef Mrs' Annie Neat; Hur.ti Mrs, how true Reynoldi' Co,, who. are large J Elrod; North Columbia, intone of the many 'young men whp manufacturers, wand who paid Walter by the inMrarMaryS.4 Biggs; Milltown, were allured to therStates prices. The' most satisfactory . :h JL ducements offered at that time that (Resident Dealer For Miss Hattie Lee Willis; Tarter, could not be had at home thereby Louisville Times haa the following to say editorially: "Tne Mrs Tom Beard; Keltner, 'Mrs,. taking advantage of these opportune Lawson Rodgers; GraayViile.. ties.. I have.been reasonably successful distribution of the big sum iaJlife and have no occasion to regret from the sale will release Mrs. C. 0. Moss; Weed, 'Mrs. myiiaving left my native land; how a large amount of paper held by Henry Gaskins; Sparks villeMr3. ever, I have never for one moment the banks and merchants. It Effie Strange, Breeding, Miss lost interest in "My Old Kentucky will put much money into circu- Opha Hurt; Melson Ridge, Mrs. Home" and the people with .whom it lation and will stimulate business A. W Hurt; Harmony, Mrs. I. was my good fortuue tojiave as my throughout the burley section. 0. Rowe; Glenville, Mrs. Frank early associates; therefore, )h a reflective mood, I recall the many ties uf The tobacco growers made mil- Taylor; Montpelier, Mrs. C. P. youth and can only say with the poet: lions by waiting for the buyer to Duvall; White Oak, Mrs. George ."There are th.ngs of which I may 7 come to them; millions that Grider; Ozark, Mrs. J. C, Mont- . not speak; die: would have been thrown away gomery; Eunice, Mrs. E. L There are dreams that Grant, Little Cake, Mrs. Crury There are thoughts that make .the A.TrrortN'BY-.A.ar-ijA.without the agency of the Asso- strong heart weak; Wilkinson; Pellyton, Miss Mary ciation which brings the strength Office Second Floor, Court House, Bring a pallor upon the cheek,' of unity. The Association is Sinclair; Knifley, Mrs. W. B. Opens And a mist before the eye, West Side .Adjoining'Court Room. more than a system. It is a Hovious; Hovious, Mrs. Mont And the words of that fatal song ;H Wof- powerful merchandising organi- Hovious; Roley, Miss Owing to the Tobacco being cured much earlier than COLTJMBIA. KY. Come over me like a chill: physical properties ford; Egypt, Miss Annie Sharp; A boy's wilLJSsthe wind's will, sation-with usual, we have changed our openingtlate East Valley, Mrs. Lester DudAnd tbe thoughts'bf youth are long, 1 of immense value. It owns the Chew and Smoke Nov. 8, to Nov. 1, 1922. , long thoughts." best, warehouses in the state; its geon, West Cane Valley, Mrs. W, T. Keetoir, We will open for the receirjt of Tobacco on Monday, October 30lh y members own tbe best tobacco Fannie Atkinson; Holmes, . Miss Texas. Bonham,' and have the First sale Wednesday, November st 1922. i acreage in the country. It has Minnie Banks. s We urge the farmers not to strip their tobacco until thoroughly cured, and tne backing of the hanks, the Capt... John Heath, the oldest' Pilot tq avoid bringing any tobacco to market wilh Fat stems, For three" and a half yearsl the on Cumberland river, die'd a few days merchants and the farmers. Any; reports that have been, or may be, circulated to the effect lhat we ' Through, the system the Ken- Republicans have absolutely Con- ago. il- Better. have'sold our Warehouse, offered same for sale, or will not open, are False and tucky farmer is to come into the trolled , the Congress and for misleading. Durham and famiiyrthe promised land. Selling a com- nineteen months have had' all mention of their good qualities having , e it. i u Our property is not sale, and No official of this Company has ever entermodity in demand everywhere, u Business Phone " been made in this paper two weeks iEes. Phoe f ed into any negotiations whatever for the disposal of the same. he is to have the reward which ine war enaea almost j:our years' reQ?oved from Purdyand BUYERS representing ALL of the Large Companies will be on hand N is his due. Intelligence, faith ago; all war expenses have $nd-,e- d are now occupying" Mfss SallieField's Dr. for boh DARK and BURLEY Tobacco. excepting interests on bonds, property. We are certainly glad to and patience are rewarded. The BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO THE PLANTERS. HOUSE system is an estab- the care of the injured soldiers have them residents of Columbia, DENTISTAND TAKE ALL YOUR MONEY HOME WITH YOU. and the widows ant orphans, Mr. Durham is a lawyer, but he has lished fact," not b'een accepting practice for some Ci&n and certain', other smaller items. All his attention is devoted to Vjor-thCo. Loose last six weeks we have After deckcting all of these, it time his lumber business. ' Office, FrontRooms JeffriesBTdg. "foeen urging the Democrats of is found that the present adminIncorporated Adair county to organize for the istration is spending more tiian People for Whoom "the R, H. BARTON, Pres. UP STAIRS. iB twice as much per annum as ,the November election, but there Best is None Too Good no activity up at present. The Wilson administration was using re alwaysv ihe most enthusiastic con COLUMBIA, KY v. "vote of thi3 county must be got- just before the world war began. me excellence of pur cerning ten", out Gilbert and McCand- The full figures can be obtained Dry Cleuniug and Dying. d from the recent very able speech less - need the help of all 1 We have one of the most Efficient if party women and of Senator Simmons in the Sen' C. N; HobsoH men fail to cast their suffrage, ate. For more, than ax year1 ''ev- Remodeling; Departments J. P. Hobson In the' country Furs transformed m? and we should lose the election, ery Republican who made a ..'- ' Hobson & Hobson From J. ROBERT HIQGINBOTHAM, CreelsboroKy. will be their fault. The Re speech on the'subject has loudly to the mode very quickly. Men's and it , garments .altered in any way publicans of this county have or- c 1 a i med that the' adminis- Women's Attoratys at Law Reference, Bank of Creelsboro-- . desired. ganized committees composed tration was saving money and "Prarilcfbrt, Ky. We dye Fur Skuis and Remodel of both men and woman in each cutting appropriations. They , Specialty: Practice 1b Cwirt M Afftils them in any way. of the 29 precincts in the couuty. have; used every system of jugWe tailor make Men's or. Ladies Suits, W, DEPP HENRY Is it mot time for the Democrats gling known to financial sharp- $50,00 up. Latest Styjes. We pay ''Veteriiary Surgeon and Dentist sofa VL.JJ JUXU ILHJjnx" to better themselves? ers and men,; $2.50 railroad fare on every custoni- DENTIST Tutt's lirnr Pills act as kindly 3t made suit 6fderod irpm us. on the delicate female or taflrm fSpeolahattentlon Disease but in the 'end the. President' old age as npoa tie vienras man. G For Painless . ' - DomeatJa Animals of Adair county are himself, faced by the fear ofthe Send Good's Parcel Post. We "have'Democrats .no Agents. EtaWtiob of, . . yQfflce'atf Beb! uscVmile of ion, oc again reminded that they .must bonus adding fresh embarrass Tone oM strenatSm the weak Sf ubmcA. .... ri ' v.m.1. . iscown road organize in order to vote the ments to the Treasury, has had y...lint tiitH,.i'iHii....Hi.liF,iiiul..,.,,-t' TheTeasdaleCo? '?";'- Phoneli4G... .v , il strength .at the Novem- - Lto admit that, all their claims Walnut Street-.- . 7 ,.,3&rt - ';GolumtidKv ,.iTCOLUMBmKENTfuG:kYi V :& t' i Ifeer election. J)o not remain at were false. TheNe. w s 50, Jn- - KehCu'cky' ' v"s N. t Cinckn'ti.OfeK). i h f. : mall matter. j? ? at the Columba' Post-Offi- ce a.9 second In order that the Democrats of A'Jm eji.-'- f- X m ji . - ', -. Get The Best Royal Sample Line 3 Ad-n- ca - son-int-a- w . -- , for-merlv- of sister-in-law- -- doubt-iniThomas- ea county-touchin- g - tl -- . .1 .- .Ydiiare ':. s if- 5 -- at-trac- ted ? m m .' &, '? t- - ;vu- - w i w . m m Ubiioney & Dohoney m m m ob-tain- ed -- mmmmmmmmmmmwm mmmmmmmmmmmm can-ho- t w. A. Coffey w -- Glasgow Tobacco Market - . . - November 1st. " . " , Old Taylor 1st . 1 Mr-B- -- 13-- B. 13-- A ve ag0(-na- J. -- Murrell e Planters tobacco Warehouse - BUY Demo-iats.aa- Cumberland River Pearls and.Wes-selton Diamonds - . three-c.ard-mo.n- te - rr" If ,m 'r:?r?""i . r L. H. ,. -- Jories Tutt's JPUIs tmr Giyn f -- - K 625-62- " . '' . , i yfy ;- VP -- -' .i I i V ' -- . " l ",r?f- - w. THE AD41R COUNTY NfiWS Great, Malcus Johnftos and Mr. W. B. Barton, who are in school at Bowling Greent came through in a ear tiherry, 'who made Mr. Sm Burdette w&s in Ofcmesfo wn with Prof. H H. talks before the Adair county teach Mwtdkj on business. - His reputation as era KrHC Butlerf has": returned from J.QJ3 last Saturday- known throughout arinml'M Js ''ii. TO"."W4 5 Somers,'3ow. PERSONAL AlVEItTtSEMENT. HOOK MADS (ZiOZHXXG. vialtto s was?in ifMr. J. Frank VIgus, Eureka Spring. Columbia a few days ago. Ark. who spent ten days here with relMr. A H. Oliver, Nashville, wu'j atives and friends, started on his here the latter part of last week-Mr- s; homeward journey last week. He will Hugh Bichardson, of Akron, stop in Kansas, to visit a sister. While Ohio, was here the last of the week. here he speut a night with Mr. Jo3h Mr Otho Wells, and Mr. Ezra Moore, Butler, who was a comrade with him Jamestown were here last Saturday. in CorB. 12th Kentucky, Capt. O B Mr. Garnett Graves, of Campbells Patteson'e Company. Mr. Vlgus is a villa was over to Saturday's lot saleT native of Adair county, and when he Mrs, W. H Wilson, of Campbelis- was hers Mr. Butler and him were the ville," visited Mrs. J A. Young last two only living men in this county who served in the same company. The week. evening spent together was very Mr. Fred Myers whose illness we reto those old soldiers, each beported two weeks ago, remains quite ing over 90 years of age. sick. Miss Bert'Dohohey, Portland;isvisi- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wright, AlMr. Stonewalf Do- bany, Ky were in Columbia last ting her brother honey. Thursday. Mr, S. W. Epperson, of the firm EpMrs. Zora Rowe and her eon, person and Heene, was in Louisville were here shopping last Satur- t last week, buying goods. His wife ac day afternoon. companied ,him. Miss Mildred Burdette, of Lebanon,, Mr. Will Callison, Campbelisville, iSi visiting at the home of her brother, was here a few days ago, repesenting Mr."S.M. Burdette. the Buchanan Lyon Co. ' 3 Mr. Lutber Potts and daughterr Mr. 3r 0. Wilson. whrtMrtsttprt In Hiss Elsie, were in Columbia from Green country or six weeklifreturned Creelsboro last Saturaay. f home a few'days ago. .' ' Oma Goode and Mr. R. C Mr. W P. Nunnally made his regCampbelisville, called upon their ular bnsiness trip to see our drug men trade heie last Thursday. iW en-joya- MrFC,- - C. King,4LouIsvllle, Kentucky. suit to wgt res. Oat aeasle book and sea what weaderfal Tateea jra offer. Write I;m a eaM todar. xtm seay zorret zt worrow. mM4lMnas and set as KXTRA PAIR OF PAKY8 VSSM WITH WTMSX StBT. Krr Tver t&m fa own wlirt yint wa style and let vr exyertB, tailor yeor Scat a SetMit Wmt Taller Hd Cfet&M. They cost so Bwrt'tkn jeay m&toP tfe profit Save Ftr Bids j Concrete 1 CtnstrMCt Siiewalk 1 Wholesale and Retail -- be, er 7r 500-SU-- u Pleaae Uma&mTa ztnsiiit J ?y r PerryvlHe Bank Closes. -- Kin-nair- The Peoples State Bank at Perry-vill- e has closed its doors, having been placed in the hands of Banking Commissioner James P. Lewis for liquidation, made necessary by shortage in reserves. The stockholders will lose on their investment but the deposit ors will be paid in full. The bank is capitalized at $40,C00 and has 840.000 surplus. The deposits total $300,000, with, loans approximately 8475,Op0. W. C. Kern is president and Claude Minor, cashier. Own Home Product Oil. Pursuant to Ordinance passed and approved by the City Council 'of the Town of Columbia, Ky., at a regular meeting of said Council held at its regular meeting place in said town on the 8th of August, 1922, said council hereby, advertises for bids for con tjacts to build and . construe a concrete sidewalk to be built and constructed fronting' and abuting the property of C R Hutchinson on the North "East side of Merchants street in the said town of Columbia, Ky. At its next regular meeting of said on the.. 1st Monday council night in November 1922,, at its regular meeting place in said town, it will receive and open sealed bids made upon forms furnished by said council, which forms In meantime can ba had "By applying to the marshal of said town. Sail bids shall be opened and read publicly and contract awarded to the lowest and best bidder, unless said council. shall see fit to reject any or all bids Such bidders must be in condition to make and enter into a contract, and such bids must be accompanied bya bond of 3500, The contractor before entering upon the performance of his contiact hereunder awarded shall jlve bond with approvD to-wi- ,I:S'': X vGane Valley Broom 3 Tie $4.50 per dozr 4 44 $5.00 ty 44 V MOO . 5 pounds Rio Coffee . 44 44 Oysters Can Lye - $6.00 $16.00 $1.40 $1.00 $1.00 4.1 j& Af If 44. . t, Honest Scotch Snuff Beechnut Chewing Gum "Sardines RETAIL. 70c per Box 60c per Dor $1.25 per v.: 4 Overalls 220 weight Blue Work Shirts All pair 75c each other Tinware and Groceries at Lowest: N prices. ed Bor-der- s, r4)ktsy. a little daughter of Mr. and i&B. B. C. Wethington, has about recovered from whooping congh. Messrs M. H. Huddleston and A. :,Tyman, Hodgenville, were at the " (SJeffries Hotel a few days ago , J. F 'Wfnfey and Mr?J. "Mr. Montgomefy,,, B." Mr.l- - C. Garnett were ";tjtf Jamestown the first of last week. ". Airs. Tennie Cundiff went to Louisville last week to consult a specialist. She will probably return home this week. Mr. Bay Flowers is representing row on the road, the Superlastic Paint with sue Company. He is meeting cess Mrs. C. E. Buckley, of Lexington, accompanied her husband "to Columbia and remained until the former's lot sale. Sunday-schoo- We respectfully solicit your patronj age. By patronizing us you are pat, ronizmg a home .concern and without f Mr. W. T- - Pemberton and Mr. W. your help, we cannot hope to ersist. H. Daughterly, Horse Cave were in Our gasoline has the punch you need Columbia a few days ago, looking for for your car, with more milagejtfer gallon.v Our lamp oil does not have fine horses the objectionable odor so often coot- -, Mr. Bay Goff, of Montlcello, was ov- plained about in Kerosene. We .tjaVe' to burn oil ourselves for lights, cpnse? er a few days ago. quently weave your interest strisfht J Mr. R. M. Hardesty, Louisville, was in Columbia a fewdays ago. grade gas'OJl forxfuej, oil enginesand your streets Mr. R M, Decker traveling sales tractors. Road oil for the dust down this summer. man out of Cincinnati, was at the Jef- Fuel oil for your steam boiler, that.' fries Hotel a few days since. to burn ,than wood: We Messrs. EHi-Parleand C. H. Bag-b- y would be pleased ro quote you prices were, here, from Louisville, last on any of the above products,- and with our fair polic) of satisfaction or .Wednesday.' your money back guarantee we are Mr, Frank M. Gabbert and Mr. A. making friends rapidly. THE HOME Cole", Campbelisville. were in CoCONCERN. The Carnahan Oil & RefiningXo., a few days since. lumbia Creelsboro, Ky. Mr. B. L. Chelf, a prominent mer C. J Davidson, I . , chant of Knifley, spent Monday and. General Manager. Tuesday of last week in this place. 38-t- f to-kee- p performance of Jiis said contract according to tlje plans and specifications of said ordinance, and when said work is completed it shall be subject to final inspection andacceptance by .said City" Council. 'Reference can be had to the ordinance .hereirr above mentioned for conditions aiid specifications under which saVd sidewalk must be constructed.. The contractor to whom thisontractma$; be awarded will be given thirty-430- ) days from ac-- j ceptance of his contract in which to ' ai .complete .said sidewalk. ' S .j 1922. APPKOYED Oct? 2, ! surety to guarantee the faithful Call. and see me when in. need v these goods of T. A; PURKIN 'Wr ,Columbia,Ky. :& Attest; JG.Eubarjk, cffirkv Mayor TowroX Cojumbia4 Ky.4 - "' -- J.TiHurpr Xvl va u umuiyi arm ngeui, fc kBt p a tr. e - sr Thet6 are many counties iitf&the State who are now employing a:4farm Superintendent, andthose counties who have one say tHathey couldiiot do without such aid. Messrs. Herbert Smith,' John Leet and Walter Bowen, of Taylor county, wereerelast Thursday, to go before the Fiscal Court of Adair and tell it of the advantages to be derived from such an officer. The county is exDect- ed to Day a portion of the salary, and he spates that the court could not make a better investment. He further stated that the improvement ' in farm conditions and also stock had been wonderful in Taylor connty. Mr. Smith thinks that Adair county would make a great mistake if it refuses to do Its part, as a county, for a farm agents A farm agent looks after all the interests touching tlie the farm, and will be a great money saver. Since writing the above the Fiscal court has made an allowance of six hundred dollars toward the salary of .- - GLOVES w - . a. v - i I " Henson sold his farm, located in Columbia, was here a near the Crfeatham Bridge and known Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wiimore spent as the Yarberry farm, last Friday to days ago, taking orders. Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. L. few I' B. Harper, who has been living in Mr. M. O. Allen, traveling sales C. Hindman and left Monday morning Texas. Price paid, $6,800. Possession man, was here a few days ago. Tor Louisville. will be given the first of December. Mr. A. H. Oliver, Nashville, was at Miss Aleene Montgomery, Mr. Harper and his family are here, who ready to take charge.. Mr." Henson teaches at Greensburg, and Miss Boss the Jeffries Hotel lastThuiauay. Eld. H." Gordon Bennett, a Lindsey, who is a music teacher spent will not leave t Adair, but will buya ' minister in the Christian smaller farm. Sunday in Columbia. church was in Columbia a few days Mrs. Che'sie Barger and her little For Sale. daughter, Mary D. are visiting Mrs ago. Wednesday night he made a Mrs Barger's parents, Mr. and Mrs talk at the meeting in progress at the Chnstaln' Church. A desirable "home at a reasonable A. D. Patteson, Danville. Mr. E. F. Buster, Creelsboro, was in price, if sold at once. Mr. and Mrs. F. A Bosenbaum, E. L. Sinclair. this community a few days since. Mrs. Bryan Miller and Mrs. Sarah Mr. L. E. Burnes, St. Louis, travelA Blair toured the Blue Grass Section ing salesman, 'was here last Thursday. last week, taking in many towns; Mr. J. E. Flowers, of Louisville, On Oct. 4, 1922, there was' a. Messrs. J. F. Montgomery, L C came in a few days ago. of the Garrison family.at the Winfrey, Gordon Montgomery and W. Mr..BL T. Smith, had an,attack of home of Mrs H. A. Garrison. Each A. Coffey, all attorneys will be in the Thurs-da- y amily brought something to ifelp out Bussell county circuit court during heart trouble, in Columbia last morning and bad to bj driven with the dinner. There were lots of the present session home- good things to eat. The day was Mr. and Mrs Geo. W. StaDles.'of Mr. C. F. Mantz, Campbelisville, "highly enjoyed by the following rela Huntington, West Ya arrived at was in Columbia lastvThursday. tives: Andrew Garrison and wife, the home of Mr. Staples' mother last Henry Garrison, wife and tnree chilFriday. They will visit relatives here Mr. W., S. Knight and itr. E. L. Reese, of Jamestown, were in Colum- dren, Tom Garrison, wife and three several days this week. children, Cleve Garrison, wjfe and bia last Thursday, J Mrs. Robert Conover, and Miss Jim child, Frank Garrison, wife and two Mr. J. O. Alexander, Louislille, callConover and Mrs. Frank Frazer left children, Tom Towers and wife, and. ed Thursday to see his trade ihere. for Wheeling, West 'Wednesday Will Mullinix, wife and four children. morning, where Mrs. ponover will All the children being present except spend a few weeks with her daughters " I have just .received a lot of army one daughter who lives in Green coun goods, new and second hand 1 can Barkedale Hamlett. Henry Sandus- sell at very low prices See me before ty. There werethirt,y in all. Written by a.daughter. ky, Ira Hutchinson, Sanford Strange, buying your clothing and shoes.,. I can ' save you money. Bobert Allison, Mr. Ashby, Harlan Wanted Ji JB. Watson, Judd and Leighton Smythe. witnessColumbia, Ky, ed the football game at Campbelisville 'Ash Billets 3x3x39, 12c each. last Saturday Hodgenville school de The Russell county circuity court" is t R. iJ. Wethington.'Grader. f eated the R C A. 19 to 12. 50-in session ati Jamestown. TUere is an Mr. J. R. Garnett, High Priest of unusual amount of business docketed.Mr. Jo M. Reed has sold his Columbia Chapter, No 7, and Mr E on Bomaf heights, to Mr. W. Reed,- - Master of Columbia Lodge For'Sale. and wjll give possession No 96, are in Louisville this week as weeks The considerationwas representatives of said Chapter -- and Storo-housstock of merchandise, in two close-tMr. Reed and family $3,000 said Lodge in the Grand bodies now In GrocerlesitHardware and Farming Im- session. They will also buy furniture, ;plemprits. Beststand rn the.countyv "' will remove to Wayne county,-- and Will locate in a village eight, miles carpets, etc,f tor the new local hall , - L.-Smith, this side bt Mpnticello. He ! Will now being erected. ' .' Cano, galley, Ky. fU. timberb'uslness;" ",' ' , ,. Misses; Florence Beard, Lo?ena Knoxville before his return. "Mr. Crisselles, of Williams? Mr. Alvin Bosson, a l burg, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few worker, left for the mountains of Kentucky last week, and will visit days ago. Mr. M. M. I Farm Sotd. C. C. Nick Shaw, a tobacco' salesman well-know- ishing touch of a well dressed man. And the Stetson name on the clasp is the best assurance. Stetson gloves of domestic and imported fabrics, kids and leathers offer the proper glove for every purpose and every occasion. PROPERLY gloved, the fin- but the best glove that buy Not only the proper glove; money-can of it all is that Stetson gloves are not high priced. There are Stetson gloves for. women and children as well as for men. and the best part: n -- SP -- I Russell & Co Columbia," Kentucky. A well-know- n n O Re-Unio- n. a.farm superintendentand Mr. G.R. Reed has raised more than that amount by private subscription The Government will give as much as the county and individuals have subscribe ed, making the salary sufficient to employ an, experienced . man. There is nothing like progressive farming, and the day has come when the agriculturists of Adair county are ready forull improved mathods Mr. JL Jr KIpatriok was here representing the. college of Agriculture Ladies Slip-o- t n - ". n Sweaters at Dohoncy & Dohoney. . V, An Qd Spinning Wheel. A million men have turned to One Eleven r. Cigarettes firm verdict for superior quality.. i - -- . . ; --- l r f. - r- r-F-- tf - There is at the home ot Mr. J. R Tutb, Milltown, a well preserved, spinning wheel that was made in 1822t making it one hundred years. oldrThe figures 1822 are carved in the- wood. This wlieel was seen a few days ago by Mrs Geo. E. Wilson and a Jady who was with her who was in quest of antique furniture. has been family for many vyears Tutt' - -- M Jk aJI9 ' " CI " Jt J cigarettes r - Mn-th- e rest-denc- e, Cattle buyers were in the Breeding section last week. They bought . a number of cows, stears and calves ,at' f rpm 2 to 5" cents. There are no hogs in this locality for sale . light irdstr last Thursday jnorn- ing. The? boys are now. having sporty 'A tclfing.-Qiposgum- IK 4." 1 . ' i' 1 v -- " ' -- A itJirW xt 5- - ' t A s ' "1 t - APAIR.COXJNTZ NEWS te a 'few weeks; ago It seemed me that- sooner, or later I would yiib. dt- - Brjiee, you can't dream what it meant! I thought that some time I could drive them out and make them payf a little, for all they have done. But they've tricked me, after all, I thought that T would get word to Folger's son, whO by "inheritance would have a clear title to the land, and he. with the aid of the courts, could drive these usurpers out .But Just recently I've found out that even this chance, .,; Js all but gone. "Within a few more weeks they Will have been in possession' of. the land for a full twenty years. Through some legal twist 1 don't understand, if a 'man pays taxes arid has undis1 puted possession- of land for- that length of time, his title is They failed to win me over, but it looks lis If they had won. anyway: The only way that they can be defeats ed now is'for- that secret agreumenr between hiy father and Folcer to reappear. And I've long ago given up all hope Of that "There is nq. court session between "now and- - October thirtieth when their twenty years of undisputed is culminated. There seems to "be 'no chance to contest them to make them bring that, forged deed Into the right before that, time. We've lost after all. And only one thing remains;" He looked up to ftnd her eyes full upon him. lie had never seen such eyes. They seemed to have sunk so deep Into the flesh about them that only lurid silts remained. It was not tliat her lids were partly down. Rather s it was because the beneath them had become charged with her pounding blood. The fire's glow was In them and cast a strange glamor upon her face.. It only added" to the i tf . The t.i Strength i? -- 1 of trie Pines! 'V . . 'Firestone r- - V y Edison Marshal! $ $ V v V V V V ? Author of I ""The Voice of the Pack" i - - sec-tir- e . umislkjiu ijv iiwhi mvDia Coprrigbt by LiUIa. Brown b Co. e. eaC L V IK ! eStlh f tfeellng. She gazed moodily whispering gusts. "Go on!" he orRxtfrottheSafkness and spoke almost in dered savagely. "Telf me the rest r Why do you keep me waiting?" But' Simon just a boy then and The girl smiled again like a sorOscve, Tils brother, and the others of ceress. "Fblger's wife was rom the f Clhan kept after us like so many plains country;" ehe told him slowly. s? vmSves. There was no escape. The "If she had been of the she tJfmg we could do was to flght might have remained to mountains killdo some BSK& and that yas the way xwe ing on her own account Like old Seseraed to hate. 'A man can hate, herself remained to do killing Bfcaee, when he Is fighting for his on her own account ! But she was bassse. He can learn it very well when from cities, Just as yoq are, but she fttetsees his brother fall dead, or his unlike you had no mountain blood in V fitfEier or a stray bullet hit his wife. her. She wasn't used: to death, and Jctsronian can learn it, too, as oldEl-xasa- s perhaps she didn't know how to hate. did, when she finds her son's. She only new how to be afraid. IroSy In the dead leaves. There was "They say that she went almost intwoLaw here to stop it The sane at the sight of that strong, .brave of law that was in the valleys man of hers lying still in the pine Btisswregarded It as a blood-feuand needles. She hadn't even known he dHfiixt bother Itself about it Besides gone was out of the house. afcSrst Tve were too proud to call for out on soine secret business late at ,- - v ge. And after our numbers were night. She had only one thing left the traIj5 were watched and her baby boy and her little r ,tfcHjse who tried to go down into the Linda Boss, Avho 3s got there. yrjjgds4-never before, you now. - Her ' only thQUgtit was fo get out of that MHkiJU, and I needn't make it any dreadful land of, bloodshed and to wssefor you than 1 can help by hide them so that they could never PiTBtngvpf each killing. Enough to say come back. And she didn't even want HR&tzst last "no one was left except them to know .their true parentage. auCsr tild men whose eyes were too She seemed to realb.e that if they had dbBKHto- shoot straight and my own. known, both of them would return ftSSher. Arid ipwas 'baby then just some time to collect- - their debts. BtftORi. "Sooner or later, that boy with jthe' Fol"HXren onp 'night my father seeing' ger blood in him and that girl with taw Ztfte "that was coming down upon the .Ross blood would return, to attares took the Hast course to defeat tempt to regain holdings, Obhjc Matthew "Folger a connection and to make thethefr ancient clan pay! liE'Vararflage was still alive. Simon's was left were a few-- old , "All clamTlragift attacked Tiim yet He had women that hate in their with and Msstetre in'theland, but instead lived a strange tradition to takehearts'place the HeCKIs house 7 live in now. He had of hope. They said that some time. If at Cissv cittle and some pasture land death spared them, they would see &eKr down the Divide. There had Folger's son come back again, arid ftmuBi-ajpurpose in killing him: He assert his rights. JThey said that a .;.3 JSwasCt een worth the extra bullet. new champion would arise and right "'Cftte "rilglit my father left me.asleep their wrongs. But mostly death didn't WMEtsdle through the forests to .talk spare them. Only- old'Elmlra Is 4 left CK'BDnn..7rhey'made an agreement I "What became of the secret agree.BBtTOTjiiecea it out, a little at a time. not know. I haven't any asgySifher deeded an his land to Fol- - ment I do you do, hope that either. Tlte deed i i' I -was carried down to the courts by "TZssn understand now. The enemy Sharp, one of the witnesses, who 'mancfaea ipretendeU It was a blood-feu- d aged to get past the guard, and put ojd and that It was fair war to kill on so(th The txte Hosses. Although my father knew restfile short.after, it was written. took Is Simon and his clan aim was e5rrreal the land, land, swearing teOSiit think they would dare kill up the had deeded, it, to that "Matthew Folger them the day 3f3Kbew Folger to get It He knew he had procured it They nad a deed aStefif the lilmself would fall, sooner or to 'show a forgery. AiuL-thfidHEbufhe thought that to kill Fol- - ne thingfor It they feared the one that fpti'-nofiishow their cards and that jasnaaaylre tbcmuch, even for Simon's weaK cnam, was rnat tnis secret agreement between Folger and my But Tie vB? iJErwte. foreseen didn't know. He father would be found SaatfeTt to. what leneths thev J"You see what that Would mean. It wnaia sb." would show that- he had no right to '$, Srace leaned fonvard. "So they deecTaway the land, as lie ,was simply SSaaS-lTatth- ew Fblger?" he asked. holding It In trust for me. Old Elmlra TSs'-afdn'- t know" that Ills face had explained matten ,to me I get flBBae 'suddenly tark white, and that mixed up the the legal end ofIf It, exa on 'wtsasdrious glitter had come to his eyes. "be cuse If that ;V !SR5pokebreathlessly. For the name found, it.their forgeddocument feould obdeed would be . Tdlger called, up vague viously invalid. And it angered them Uj: fmsmarles "that seemed to reveal great they could not find It tzsBSiBto Mm. The girl smiled grimly. that course they never filed their' "Of .', '"2iet me go on. "My father deeded forged deed forgery afrald.that Xra$er the land. The deed was to would be discovered butthe "they kept apo on record 5Q that all the world to show to any !ne that was, in,wrxalir:tarow that Folger owned It, and It terested. But they wanted to inake j0TUhecian killed' him it was. plainly themselves still safei; JSgc'iire purposes of greed alone. But "TheVe bad been two witnesses to vmmBe was also a secret agreement 'tfie agreement. Oneof them, a man dteKwTi pp In black and white and. to dIed-- or was killed SHie&ept bidden for twenty-on- e years. named Sharp, shortly after. The other, an old agreement, to StS2s Hudson, was Indifferent to aa&uni to me the only living heir of the whole mattei: he was just pass? GBe Bosses the lands acquired by the' was at Folger's house through iifeeS. In reality, he was only holding ing dinner and for the night Boss came. He is Tn trust for me, and was to' still living in these nvountalns, and'he when I was twenty-one- .. might be of value us yet Xto csvse oT any father's death, Folger "Of course the cjai did not feel .at waslobe-mguardian until that time. "yolgeT knew the risk lie ran, but all secure They suspected, tb.e secret IS "was a brave man 'and Jie did n5t agreementvh'acr7be6nmaHed to some " I one' and theyt take care a"E Besides, lie was. "my father's afraidtQthat it woqld of, brought to were . 1, . gr b light t tli md. friendship goes far in the when the time was fjpe. . They knew I tains. And my lather was shoJ perfectly that aB their fogged deed would ' liimi. before. a. wee"k was past i a 1? a j never stand the test so one of the mt 4 "!Tfee 3sn had acted quick, you see. things to do was to prevent their "claim i folger heard of It, before the ever being contested. Thatv meant to , he came to my father's house keep, Folger's son injgnorance of the earfie'd aie away. Before anothei whole matter. " he wa'killed too." "I hope I can make .that clear. perspiration leaped, out - on deed from my father to Folger was on V 'a forehead. The red fclow "oi record, Folger was dead,' and Folger's-soBiE'i??16 i're was In .his 'eyes. ' would have' e.yer,y right and opfell almost where this fire is portunity to contest the clan's claim. to .jMthirty-thlrt- v with bulletin till S Which one of the clan killed the land." If he coulfi get the matter 4-- . not know but In all prob- - Into court, he would surely win. "The second thing to do was to win Jt was Simon lilmselC at thati!ltdF, F eighteen yars of, hge. ' And me over. I was Justin chifd, and it !lltme b'Qy something Tiast "looked the easiest course of all. Tkat'&. i j5Sl . ,ou! In the why I wasv stolen from the orphanage-b?em one at Slraoa's roth-ergThe Idea t'to 9md his fathr?& liodv " atoplj; JsMtorfcM; tKitlme HtfH glowly'now, Jpkkg I irouiSl Murfy! 'Siffef ,tbp Han p- - . - -ry imuh Or watchi the effect of h -- Jhlm,, farm it hardly realized ftftsawssesslon was in his name. And The Girl Was Speaking Slowly Now, :&feer was a dead shot It took a Evidently Watching the Effect ol Cws time 'before they cbuld kill him." Her Words on Her Listener. XXie coldness that had come over ties: "words did not In the least hide her forward, and his breath came in queer, Xtscfl wWcr, the leader .of the? enemy cfcaaSbefore ?be was twenty-on""5$on vmnst know, Bruce, that my orwasi fatherlield the land. But- he wag generous stbat his brothers who s xy flesli-sack- El-jni- ra - llttle-sem-bfcta- d, He-ha- d .; '"w fostec-daughterr-litt- strangeness of the picture that she sat almost limp, rather than leaning forward In appeal. Bruce looked, at her in growing awe. But as the seconds passed he seemed no longer able, to see her plainly. His eyes' were misted and blurred, but they were empty of tears as Linda's own. Rather the focal point of his brain had 'become seared by a mounting flame wlthlnr himself. The glow of the fire had seemingly spread until It encompassed the whole wilderness world. Jriliii3. iSHKtea mBBJ Q?2m Sgjj' JlS A 3E rZJ5iinpjMK .Ei3WlS$$S5$S EF SB'? PPHf5? BE sTe ycn many ex73 thousands of miles of wear. Eum-u'PPed And for fall and winter driving there's nothing e them. The strong, resilient Firestone car- cords, can stand the hardest cass 1 Jjilh lA yiJ Jtym a With the reputation Firestone Cords hold, it not surprising that so many motorists in this Wsjwa W?yyh ment The demand for Firestone Cords in the BEZhN fSXKzfl &ssJM 33E?SiS?33 pp Prices were never so low as they are now. Perhaps never again can mileage be sold so Decide now that yoa wul get Most HSm Dollar. Drop In any time and let's talk tfrssv I Fpg-JKjSgjI- those-childre- "What is, the one thing that remains?" he;asked her, whispering." She answered with a strange, terrible coldness of tone "The blood n atonement," she said between back-draw- tfrFyJBig S; pr Efl KZa lips. TO BEfCONTINUED - - Columbia Auto Co. Myers & Fulks, - Columbia, Ky. Columbia, Ky. -- A child should be made to feel that his home is indeed a home, W" Hayes, While there she atthe happiest place in the world tended the State Fair. to him, not merely an outward Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Blair, of place, but a Akron, Ohio, shelter and restiti? at the) sanctified, home of the formers parents, Mr. center of enjoyment, and purified by love, the thought and Mrs. G. L. Blair, of this are-visiting n - -- ;j iV e a - . place. Mr, and Mrs. U. M. Grider and son's, Mack and Preston, and Mrs. Josie Blair attended the funeral and burial of Mr. H. P. Barger. Sept. 54. , A valuable work mule of Mr. W. H. Blairs. died last week. Mr. Crandel Grider is operating a very useful industry a h s home near Concord School a Otis Clark 'has "been arrested large cane mill and an Eyapoa and put in jail at Marion, 111., tor, for the public. under an, indictment just return Mr. J3en Grant was through ed for complicity in the Herrirt this community one day last Massacre. week, selling Watkin's remedies Mrs. W. P. Brj ant is visiting There have been thirty one deaths from auto ; accidents in her father, Mr." Joe Blair and family, of Iowa. Louisville this s ear. Mrs. Jane, Murrell, of Russell Springs was visiting her niecef . Craycrafr , Mrs W. H. Blair and family of The farmers of this community this, place last Saturday and Sun"v are very busycorn cutting pre- day night. paring wheal ground and making Oct. 4, 1922' being Mr. G. L. sorgh.um. Blair.s . fiftieth birthday, Paul The health of this community Mr Blair's oldest son, lured him off to town on the pretext of is very good at present. business, and upon returning The nicely under the leadership near the noon hour was greatly surprised, to find the whole coun"of Prof. Robert Bailey, who is one of Adair county's best teach- - tryside assembled in his f rot yard with long table spread ; ers,across the yard on which was Severel from thir community everything that is good to eat. attended the State Fair. Mr. Blair being a great talker Mr.R.'O. Hurt, Wood Grider, was one time beat but could not Mr. W. L. Richards; 'MrrU. M. think of anything to Bay for Grider and two sons; Mack and quite a while, but when he reaGeobel, and Mr, Tommie Bryant, lized the trick that was being all motored through. played on him he was one of the MrsTw. H. Bliirhai returned bete p'td ed men we have ever home from Louiivillt, where iht seen.- TJre were eighty-ser- e cpont- - a pleasant writ withhtr of hi neighbors mad, meads hui, Mr ClydiJj. Bir, hoii adl with well filled butt plOetl in hi.Hyfiey Croat f r,ad btether, Mr; L, ktti, tke Jpett "th! awntry af Cohcord-schooiisprogresE-in- and remembrance of which shall be the safeguard of his life as he goes forth into the world, giving strength and proportion to his character, and turning his thoughts to all that may prepare him for the heavenly home when the scenes of earth shall have passed away. From the Family Circle in Lebanon Enterprise. or 3 Cans 2 Baking Powder os Are Not Worth the Price of One If they are the "big can and cheap" kind because they may mean baking failures. The Economy 'BAKIftSOx Q POWBER I& 9,1 MAM ByATKU1 WWSR 11 DoiVtletaBIGCAN or a very low price mislead you. Experimenting with an uncertain brand is expensive money. because it VT C0NTCNTS11S- - i Wastes time and 1 f -- BEST BT TEST The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER Afte all had eaten to pond frequented by wild ducks their satisfaction, there was in order that, the latter may enough left to feed as many come to reeard them, as harmless fords. more. Mr. Blair Teceived many valuable aud useful presents. It was a very enjoyable day to all present but I believe Mr- Blair enjoyed the day best of anyone. Wishing Mr. Blair many more hapgy; birthdays. - trap-pernam- ed -- Folger-promise- d re-the- m -- i ( tr g y objects. When the China oian wants a duck for his lunch he slips quiet-l- y into the pond and places, over his head a pumpkin in which diita are cut ior his eyes. He shen moves gently through the 'water until he is iu a. enough to N . S ' .Qa -- r -- ', was-aBe Quaint Method of Hunting, ' A - - we know, nobody really catches birds by putting salt on their tails; but the methods adopted in some parts of the world arealmo3t,as quaint So far as pldT-wamie- red ; . -- wt tu T aC - tfcHlf U4r eUlm-fcyinltU- d f - ht .. pfnt . of China, a of puapfciM are left .floatinf on the aurface of any la cecUm prt catch a duck by the feet With sharp jerk he pulU ic in the water, wrings its neeic,, and puts it into his belt The; other ducki are-- seldom disturbed, and he goes on until he nas caught all he want. Babr g Stewardship of ponmitn ?y . Mf entkl to atewardihip oMft. 4 IJ - 'f'l , us,- - ; . , J" .Jt '. . J?" . f VV - t : f. je P , ! ;, -- ". ADAIR ,'-- - POPTX MW1 BED GROSS PUTS - ! Striking New Red Cross Poster 4 Omcers Nsvenkr. EktiiwMu West Colombia. Mrs. Mary Sfeftsjc Clerk, Tilden Wilcoxsln, Judge- - M&: J. F Patteson. J qde; Edwiu CraTeasi Sheriff . Bliss" Henry Keen, Clerk? Ifceca Hughes; J udgeWood ?axtonr Jrxigej: W. Lv WIUIs, Sheriff. South Columba. Oscar Bradsbav Clerk; Rby Stotts, Judge; G. E. R. H.- Price.' Sheriff! , East Columbia. Henry Ingmn Clerk; J. S. Tuggle, Judge; E. G. Flowers, Judge; W. B. Pat-traSheriff. . Hurt. William Ballou, Clerk? 32 2--, HurV Judge; Walter Elrod,. Judges Gorman Morrison, Sheriff. Ray FIbwecsC North Columbia. Clerk; R. L. Smythe, Judge; Ed Wai-liJudge:. Fred McLean, Sheriff. Milltown. Alvin Powers, Clerk; GL A. Atkins, Judge; Tine Leffewki Judge; Joe Johnson, Sheriff. Tarter. Chapman Dohoney, Clmi W. H. Kemp, Judge; Caleb CaJdwil, Judge; Bob Pickett, Sheriff. Keltner J. M. Moss, Clerk; J T$t Vire, Judge; Lonnie Dudley, Joclgftf; Archie Sullivan-- Sheriff. Gradyville. F. C Wheeler,. Clexk-W- ill Baker, Judge; Strong Bill, Judge; E. ILNell, Sheriff. Nell F. D. Moss, Clerk; L8SsyQ Walker, Judue; A. J. Barnes,. JadsjfK": G. C. Breeding, Sheriff. Sparksville Evan Akin,. Cilwig Alfred Baker, Judge; R.. E Straug Judge;Alvin Coomer, Sheriff. Breeding Hayden Coomer,. Clwi? Fred Simpson, Judge; Isaac f Judge; Herschel Breeding, SherjL Melson Ridge. Clarence Strangers. Clerk; Dewey Turner, Judge? Ton Curry, Judge; J. O. Hadley, Sheriff ' Harmony. I. O Rowe, Cter-Frank Gadberry, Judge; J. L. Darne)!?; Judge; Geo. Morrison, Sheriff. Glensfork. Robt. Taylor jDkfk: it w. squids, juage; nxi jonnsoo. Judge; J L. Grider, Sheriff Montpelier. Kelly Bell, IClark; D Holladay, Judge: G E: PbtmIIV Judge: E R Willis, Sheriff White Oak Henry Rojse, Clerk Jo. Bryant, Judge; Lora Biockmaz, Judge; Dewey Stapp, Sheriff. Ozark. W G Roy, Clerk; Irrtza Blair, Judge; J. M. Blair, Judge: Tbera Powell, Sheriff Eunice Frank White, Clerk; Naila Goodin, Judge; Finis Ueal, Judge; "SPL G Shepherd. Sheriff. Little Cake R B. White, C)rk-Ben Evans, Judge; J. M. Bnnccru.. Judge; Wolford McQueary.Sheriff. Pellyton. Quince Sapp, Clerk; Wallace Goode, Judge; T. Judge; Bob Cooper, Sheriff. Knifley. Chas. Campbell, Clerk-- ; TO: ziI13bjn H. Knifley, Judge; S. H. Judge; P K. Jones, Sheriff. Hovlous. W. H. Holcomb, C3er3r Ben Hovious, Judge; A. D. Morris, Judge; W. B. Pike, Sheriff. Roley. M. Y. Wolf or?, C2&X. Gresham Ford, Judge; Ed MorganT Judge; A. E. Hendrickson, Sheriff. Egypt. Horace Mnrrell C&xto Ambrose Burton, Judge; W Bv Woi ris, Judge; R. O. Dillingham, SheriflL East Cane Valley, Jack Beard. Clerk; June Hancock, Judge; M- Cav&j, Judge; Tyler Tupman, Sheriffs West jCane Valley. Finis CnndiffJ, Clerk; J. M Woodrum,, Judge; DavBJ Smith, Judge; Olie Baultu Sheriffs CIzrlK; Holmes. Minnie Banks--, Mont Corbin, Judge; Frank. Judge; John Henson, Sheriff W1U-flopjudge; ;'H. Q)Iun bia Barber, Shop . r - ..m OP :. s $9,739,872 Home , . Budget Stresses Relief and Overseas. mo:agsr, A Sanitary Shop, XOWB wherobth SatisfactidnJIand te -- vnd Services at Gratification are Guaranteed. y - Give -- us a Trial and be Convinced. 8 flLLIONS, - FOR VETERAN AID Over $3,000,000 Allotted to the Disabled Foreign Work Lessens. toullng af7:ib,872.47 for carrying through Its program of, services and relief durlpg the fiscal jjear rln the United States and overseas are authorized inthe budget of the American Red. Cross,, ef;. fective July 1, 1922. This total is 2,-, 735,975 less than the expenditures 'for the last fiscal year, when disbursements reacfted $12,475,847.69, It' is announced at National Headquarters In a statement emphasizing the necessity of continued support of the organlza-"- 1 lion by enrollment during the annual' , ".is:iIngton. Expenditures- - it--' DEHLER BROTHERS 1 CO.. ' BHKnBKuH jPKJWBBBRS-4l s, 16 Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 louisu-Ve- , KY. - " Roofino, FencinQ,. Hard-ware- , -- I , Contractors SupDlies, AsDhalt; Shi'holes. - ' ' ) " : ? U ' s ' ' - y ' ?v ' ,.V $3 rtt Pil , , 1T 'V? Hf ;r"53. 42 aKHTn-TATarE.r&ls- " v ' Nervous MRS. F. D. 1, Burlington, ANNIE LANGE, l,f". Break-Dow- n l- ,jr :" ;4 " of use. I soon saw a great improveTex., ment, so I kept it up. I used seven writes as follows regarding bottles of Cardui, and can say the her experience with Cardui: "Some money was well spent, for I grew time ago I had a nervous break- well and strong. Am now able to down of some kind. . . I was very do all my housework and a great weak and so nervous. 1 had faint- deal of work besides." n, If you" are' weak, ing spells and suffered a great deal, nervous and suffer from the ailbut more from the weak, trembly, feeling than anything ments peculiar to women, it is else. I knew I needed a tonic, and very likely that Cardui will help needed it badly. I began the use you, in the way it helped Mrs. of Cardui to see if I couldn't get Lange and has helped thousands some strength, as I knew of other of others, during the past 40 years run-downo-acco- Junior Red Cross Praised for Work Influencing Peace cases-tha- t had been helped by its Ask. for, and insist on, Cardui. The Woman's Tonic flDUl mmmmmm 1 mm LINDSEY--WILSO- N 1 83 W TRAINING COLUMBIA, KY.. SCHOOL An A Grade High School. Gives work in Grades beyond the Fourth. Good Equipment New Thirty Thousand Dollar Gymnasium under Student construction. Clo.se Supervision. Competent Faculty. Special Courses in Piano, Body of Two Hundred and 'Twenty-fivVoice andJExpression. Rates, Eighteen Dollars a month. Fall Term Opens Sept 5, 1922. For Information Address, e. .R. V. Bennett, Prin. EAGLE"MIKADO" nrrmTTi For Sale at your Dealer f EAGLE MIKADO PencONo.174 Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Manure Will Help. When pasture begins to fail' it may often be improved without ploughing by topdressing the dearth of good grasses, liberal applications of manure may be combined with plowing and re- seeding. Where it is necessary; to plow as well as topdres3 with a manuie and fertilize it is a good idea to grow.a rop of potatoes or oats or perhaps buckwheat. Such a crop will pay the cost of fesesding, then the fol- lowing year a good'erop of hay can be taken off, and after thatj good pasturage may be had for many years. ' x k- - land liberally with barnyard, manure or acid phosphate with lime This is usually the case where the pasture grasses which, however are poor and undeveloped. A top dressingon such a pasture will not only bring a good crop of grass in two or three ygars but also drive out some of " the weeds that overrun the rundown pasture lands. This top dress ing will be 'Better than- reseoHing J where the. soil is exhausted. - $3,030,692.90 during the current year, Riveting the attention of the beholder on the fafct that the Ameri- or about $366,000 more than was excan Red Cross is chartered by Congress as an official volunteer relief pended last year for soldier service. organization the dome of the Capitol at Washington, upon 'which is super- Adding the funds disbursed In this imposed a large Red Cross, is the central figure of a new poster for the humanitarian work of physical Annual Red Cross Roll Call. The poster, which has been pronounced one following the World War by of the most striking of innumerable representations of the famous dome, the Chapters throughout the country is the work of Franklin Booth a New York artist of wide renown. It will will approximate a total for the curbe displayed throughout the country during the Roll Call period, Armistice Day to Thanksgiving, when the Red Cross membership for 1923 will be rent year approaching $10,000,000. This work, In the opinion of the Surenrolled. geon General's office, will .not reach ended June SO, 1922, will show 24,528 its peak before 1926. Through its Chapters the American schools enrolled, with a total of 4,483,-84- 5 . pupils wearing the "I Serve" but- Red Cross is equipped to find the inton of the American Junior Red Cross dividual man, help him in the badge of unselfish service earn- his problems and difficulties, provide ed by each Individual member through Immediately for his necessities, and personal sacrifice: open the way for him to the GovernIn international school correspondadvancing standard of the Jun- ence 73G classes and .schools engaged ment' compensation and aid to which The ior American Red Cross made two out- in friendly communication with 623 be is entitled. The extension of this work to, the families of such men standing gains during the last year schools in European countries, 90, proves to them that the Red Cross one In the field of domestic activity", schools in United States territories, which is rapidly linking up the schools 13 in South Africa and 10 in a miscel- has, lost none of its sympathy nor will with the Junior program, the other a laneous list of foreign countries? The toservice manifested In wartltne. Similarly the service goes out to the men gain of a dozen countries In Europe work in foreign ' fields in "establishing pledged to organize Juniors on the playgrounds, school libraries, sewing still in the Army and Navy, 11.0S7 of lines of the American organization. and manual training classes, homes whom' were under treatment in GovFor this accomplishment the American for war ojphans, school reconstruc- ernment hospi'tals on June 1, 1922. Juniors earned the liearty endorse- tion in" devastated areas, encouraging Greater Domestic Program community 'gardens and many other ment of the League 'of Ite'cl Cross This year after five years of confor its "creation of an inter activities was financed through the national spirit of human solidarity' National Children's jFund raised by structive effort during the war and after the armistice brings with it a among young people with a view to the Juniors' at a cost of$33S.237.4() year $56,922.79 was con- greater responsibility for domestic of a preparation for During the peace." tributed toward thre fund, in which on service to the American Red Cross. The forthcoming annual report of July J there was a balance of ?201. The budget for foreign operations, the American Red Cross for the year 361.58. however, totals $3,404,000, but of this amount $1,834,000 is for medical relief and hospital supplies for Russia, which is a part of the gift 'made by .Summons Children the American Red Cross in 1921 to the 'Russian famine relief work of the American Relief Administration The child health service in Europe continues, moreover, and $654,-00- 0 is appropriated for this work undertaken in 1920. Other items. In the stringently diminished, foreign pro- gram include $200,000 to support the League of Red.Cross- - Societies, for nurses' training schools instituted "by the Red Cross abroad, and 5600,000 for liquidation of the general Red Cross foreign relief program, prepared for Emergencies For disaster relief the Red Cross has set 'asfde 57.O.Q0O. and fur 'emergencies in Chuyrer work $500,000 to be available for domestic, insular and foreign demands. This is more uian aj.uyufao.ovt last, years, expeD-- J dltures. For service and assistance to thw 3,300 Chapters and thelr branches $1,293,000 is provided by the .National organization. Other budget Items of Importance Jn the-- domestic program include $200, 000 for "assistance to other organiza: tFons and education institutions for training Red Cross nurses and' workers; $1961000 for Roll Call, assistance furnished to Chapters; $100,000 for unforeseen contingencies. .Of the total budget less than $500,-- . 000 is allotted for' management in the National organization. 0 cash' esti-- Alnlli iI ! JJV s 5J-iK( fc,xJrV .!3ftTTv.::.r;,8Ky-ld4bVBWA APltfrMM3rronnrwv vWI .: im;iikas?irr.vievi ,j .. it J I'fr -v rf fkJt' v .. Af r. r& . .s? . v; vx .J:v':"'', .. jwa TjHggrtyJW.KTaHirri v.v.: MAWMHWWH trj&v. Roll Call, November 30 Inclusive. This total for Ohe budget. Isexclusive of the large financial of the 3.300 active Red Cross Chapters, which, it is estimated, will more "than double the total. War Veterans Have Fjrst Call First call on Red Cross funds is for men, of whom the disabled 27,487 were receiving treatment from the Government onJune 1 last This work for veterans and' their families In a wide variety of service that the Government .is not authorized to render and for which it has neither funds nor facilities has the call 6n er-servl- , H-at- recon-etitutio- n' .. g i ') So-jeti- es -- n Greatest Mother Her - pror-gia- v: r Bi-jg- s 1 $22,-00- 0 Former Gcvernor Alf Smitls has 1 been nominated, againthe democrats of New Yortt State, for Governor and Hearst who was himself b candidate ui-- til t he, saw he could not be nomi nated, has declared himself fox the nominee. The New 'Ybrlcc democrats have mQde an nnfor lunate play for the forefgn votea ' by .inserting a win,e and;-- he H plank in their platform WniTe this thay be good, politics for; m the 'cities 'it will be fatal to. tfiftr andlGovemor .f. democrats Miller is not likely to havermucK difficulty in. being- rkturnatty iia' mate,, of,, course) is possible, to weigh theiopinibn of the political; fee-.? he Value of the service by volunteere In the Chapters. acres: - b. , - i-- i . up-sta- te - -- 1 " -- THE-RE- CROSS' I "Your wife is. quite diberal-minde- d isn't she?" . ; - t 'An allegorical concept of the Red Cross as a peace-tiideal is employed by thev American Held Cfoss in a new and striking poster for.ife Annual Red Gross Roll CalL Spread out before the heroic size figure is th'e outline oflne United States with a Red Cross superimposed,' uponit while around. it3 borders are sketched (benesdepicting the chief activitfes of he, me "I guesskso; sheBeemr.;tO'give . relief arid promotion of the public health. . - .. Where there is. adecided u. -- V me a food ;deal'0&i p ITanaerir- - The poster is the ..work' it ljawrepce ivDwa iew Jtorc arwsv ana wiu oe aispmyea i,nrowgnout in countrv diirincr the enrollment of the Red Cross memfiership for 1923. ' SUPPLEMENTS . GOVERNMENT SERVICE BY MEETING THE PARTICULAR NEEDS OF THE INDIVIDUAL, MAN. , THIS work: PANNOT ' GOON UNLESS ZOU . 5UPPORTITWITH YOUR MEMBERSHB? ' ; DOLLAR. 1 -EX-SERVI- Orange has becorne. a. popiLaJt . bA j. r color for chifdren'& cotton frocS1. SES. usually trimmed with whita,pi black." Yellow and arendm seen! on tbie- very maMT s 1 layar1 . . 3&&&WmmTy '" '' striking shopmen of tht L, mjjoujsvuit nave . Eully sixty Der cent- ... . . .. at r 3S js :jf PAYUP"ODAYf . . . refuse'-tfc- .h , ' A -5 s y. j 15 H. Jm-- tw6rkforfeitiBtklr Maiork1" "7 ' . 5 " - - WrhM 4. fV N.- - t: -- -- S .' cs & &V "! r -- Sf vMW,! , : W A-- - r jk kv i - : k.l L HL L 2--- ' IK HHf v jMm. i r i. .Jit in the Milltown community, a have been making an official tee . "r few days ago. It was the pleas- of a well onthe A. D. Hood farm a light frot Thursday ure of 'our lives to enjoy the Ho- wi4& a result of a 'little better s spitality of these good people and than, 100 barrli daily for a perV. we only regret that our time was iod of ten days. Two five hunI.. B. Gain received a load, of I could not re- dred barrel tanks were filled in alvB here "Friday at 6 so limited that we less ctean ten days. This is conmain longer in their homes. per .lb. showing. Mr. Clarence '. Wheeler, of sidered a first-claA. iittle .daughter of Mrs. m. j? Greensburg section, was calling' Tne great gas well of Edw. D.C. aether G. Sneed wjts badly on his friendB in this section one Lynch on upper Sulphur is still 11 iMEteed last Thursday from fall ., . .. . i . . day last week. He informed us producing so much gas that it is iC.Mitothe tire. The child is Vf .. 7' ? 4W v"'-- ' 4..' . . that his father was thinking of not possible to control it. Other jm serious condition. buying a farm in Adair. We wells in different localities are Wieat and 'oats sowing is would be glad to have Mr, about due to drill in, and some vrf ling our farmers very busy Wheeler and family again in our are to be shot within the next lia week. ' lew days. ; community., Mrs. W. P. Flowers and Mrs. The' Lexington office of the Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lyons of W. U. Wilmore spent Tjies"day Campbellsville, Mesdames. Geo. Daniel Boone Oil. Company has a Columbia shopping. H. and Guy Nell and Earnest been removed to Burkesville, Robert Wilson, the Harris, of Columbia,, and Mr. and is in charge of C. A Gartlan Campbellsvillv, ifceryman of manager, assisted by his secre, essentia! X;; and Mrs. George Atkins, of " ras calling on our merchants were the pleasant guests tary, MissA. J. Schuler. q$y community. 'A ' fce first of the week. Mrs. J. A. Gartlan has arrived of Mr. andlMrs. W. M. Wilmore .. .. " family are bne day last week. .Cr. fi. Nell and from' Sutton, west Va . to as The Insurance Agent is as essential to the sapeeding this week in Louisville Mr. Arcil Sullivan, one of the sume her duties as secretary and welfare of your community as the doctor who Sfeh relatives. hest citizens in the Keltner sec- treasurer of the South Kentucky guards its health or 'the policman who patrols h, uncle uharhe .xates was on tion, was in one day last week Oil Company, with headquarters its streets. seasick list for a day." orso of buying fat cows, paying the here, of which her late husband Through the organization he represents, he T' was president. uastweek. market for 'same. makes it possible for business to function on . r 7Hr. and Mrs. Lewis Shidell,. of .The box and nie supper at During the past week a goodly f a large scale makes it safe to ship valuable were the guest of Dr. andW college-- in ; our town oh last number of merchandise by rail or finance stores abs-L- . and"5 "scouts C. Nell last week. have Friday nigh;, Was largely at- operators, or factories to build fine homes to collect &-- tended. "Mr. Curt Coleman, of been coming in from many -Bridge&! Ifeears. Pendleton fine works of art. rr country, sections of the "fibters, of .Greensburg, 'received Edmonton, did the selling, and Nominally, the insurance Agent sells InsurWhy not, devote to the ancepledges to reinburse you to sgajuo jot of cattle in3this com- - it goes without saying, that he and the hotels ' are crowded' in the event TV . K " upqijityk last week,-ati-th- e mar- - knew exactly what, to say to full capacity. The weather con; PRESERyATION of of loss. But actually, .he sells something of your property, the same greater importance than that., He sells peace get the boys to bid. nAU the tinues fine, and the roads are in energy and resourcefula a a hora lsofc Snf- - boxes, pies, and cakes were sold perfect 'condition,- so travel by of mind contentment. He guarantees i ness you'used- - in acquirland is unimpeded attended. in a very few minutes The jcrrdayv was largely the prosperity you enjoy today also will be ing it. Tell your Insuyours tomorrow. of the sales' as your re JEJvery sold for its worth. James A. Garvin, the well t amount rance : Agent- - what you Your Insurance Agent deserves your confidence... Consult him as M.r. nd Mrs: W. P. FlowerS; porter -- gets it was something Iknown drilling contractor,, ,whq have and 'he'll tell you you would your doctor or lawyerv Let him give you something more R. Baker and Marvin. near nity dollars, ine money has been making Jhis headquartiMoear than an insurance policy. Let him give you "real constructive Insurance ,. ' 'how to keep it. 3eftner .attended the: Busseli will go for "the purpose of build- ers at Bakerton for sometime T' . .. across the large past, has secured an apartment in. Green ing a bridge, Greek Association-, r in ; branch .near the school building.; A. town and will reside here with vcoximtydaBt week.? " 'stand in mem-- . this wife and little daughter for Steengill and E. R. Baker This bridge will rtr f "the time being. INSXJItAJSrCE O AliLKINDS xsrjantlast Friday in Columbia, ory of our schoorteachers for ihJ time to come. j representative of large inter-- gH Hecfcing' after some of their legal Columbia, Kentucky. Phone 49.L. s f v Notwithstanding the inclement ests in Pennsylvania.-wa- s here a ;w7lw seSEairs. Sunday jwas a great, few days since figuring with cer- Ux. Curt Coleman, of Edmon-eeon- weather last " ' T' ." day for all of the Gradyvillians. tain parties regarding the taking the best known eleven o'clock hour, tjhe over of acreage scattered over 4n the State, was the At the pastor, Rev. Rayburn, filled the ihe country, embracing' some 10, wzcSoneer here .last Saturday, Big Elm. But when the rain ceased, the as- usual' delivered a '000 acres. The conaumation of Many circular inserts in skirts, ju HEe&aows what to say to get pulpit and Much drapery in skirts. tune turned and we have very interesting discourse. Af-ter xne deal iooks iavurauio. 3Fiar, goods to sell for their .full We are glad to report no seri- the shortest crop that we have the morning services were The Paragon qeyelopement Much embroidery. when He gets on the block. over, thev dinner was spread "cori people are very; busy laying the Knee length side flaring- suit coats. ous sickness' in this section at had in years. Corn 13 selling at George',- - Willie and1 . Messrs.' X this time. $L00per bu. jalsting of eveVy thing that is pjpeline f rom, Neely ' Ferry; to 'Wrapped around tailored skirts. , company with in Cloky. blistered fabrics, satin andf We-ar. Finis Jones, of color, was dry in this section not good to eat, well prepared" by Sulphur Creek, and this section velvet for best. Bsssrs.' Marshall Roach and the people of our town and co much rain for a month. The through this section last weet of the line is expected to be r eps, poplins, twills, suede effects .attended' federal munity, And, we must sayhere, rady for operating' within a i if da Iaine,.duvetyn and corduroy farmers cannotVake their wheat tying brooms. He furnished the velous awrfc In Louisville last week. sticks stripped the seed off and ground. the very, best cooks,- that ever very short period. Supplies are for general wear. . . .. . ..: Msi&eo. H. Willis, one of our lived on this earth, live in this being received - here by teams Blakely & Co. drove a lot of tied a broom for ten cents. He Much color, but don't match the 15etifaxmers and, business men, section, of course. After the! dlily'fromGla'sgdw," and the blue of your eyes 'if your complexion is an honest workmen and every cattle out of this place last week,-fo- r .Smat; recently sold, to somevof our one speaks well of him. noon hour, Prof. Joseph Darnell work js being pushed to he lim- is a bit; faded. the Louisville market. As V. ranciers, some' very fine hogs for and part of his class delivered it? dne' thousand ijarrels of Navy, sapphire, reseda, woodsy pastures dried up they sold Mr. L. V. Turner wife and litJt&er9ttrpose .of improving their. some st of the best vocal music tankage has already been tle Mary, Jacob Campbell and d browns, beige, begonila, almond blue, . cheap. .j ' iofciiogs. lir, Willis received ied'and as always black. wife, and Mrs. J. A. Turner v in that 'we ever, heard 'at Sulphur creek, and The a"pple ,crop began to rot Fewer capes. 1 for same. to Rubin Campbells one 'old Gradyille We were all' very "barrels "will "be erected at in July and by Sept. 15 .had Many topcoats. ' a$e$srs. Hindman & Walker, of sorry thattbe day was 'nof long Neely's Ferry right awayfc This day last week. Ajtwisted roll of fabric lor girdlea' about all rotted and fallen off the , Mr. John Blakenship and Oeidmbia, spent a day or so in er so We could have heard more is but the beginning of the many and bottoms of hems and on hats is a trees. Some apple growers think near Denmark, were at Big-Eltiiia section of county last week. of the music. units of piper line" and storage new trimming note. was caused by the late freeze jt one day last week. Skating t and buying tobacco. tanks to be built, in .the field, and others think it was a kind of a We, the citizens of this burg, Tfee1foought several crops from fumhrland (jW nty OHNews. the operators are delighted with Mr. Richard Pentecost, ah old and fly. 515 to 25 cents per lb. We under- the' outlook in general all over highly respected citizen of Winder, Mr. Jacob Campbell and wife, join in in sending our beste Ga.T "died on the 21st of September. spects to the Adair County Newa texdhat they have made their this section. BY E. T. KEMPER. Terry, New York, are and all its force, most especially He was the father of Mr Robert of Fort ,JlMt 5ook ior tobacco in this part . r1f New operators in the field are who married Miss Pearl Breed- - spending a month at Big Elm. to the editor, J. E. Murrell. tbe county. We take it that Drilling activities continue arranging to begin operations ing, of this county. He was a man of He is trying to get his time exhave bought some of the Where does a man get the unabated in the Amandeville, heresoon, among them being a a very affectionate disposition, and all tended another month and, if so, idea that "hard times" is the dbeet tobacco grown here. Ft. conected with his family were very they will stay herer through Oct. Bear big concern f rom Brush Creek, Gedar-Cree'TuJ5 , time for him to go to sleep? Mesdames Burton, Allen and Creek, Kettle Creek, . Sulphur Worth, Texas, and a company much attached to him. He was very much loved by the entire Ho belongs to the Navy. Where- does he get the idea that fCeidwell, in company with Miss Creek and Neely's Ferry sec- with headquarters at Louisville, also '. county in which he lived. He was a 4 i a. . r , t .", it The' Cumberland Presbyterian is the time for him to increase Eaa oi uoiumoia, visicea tions, and fine results are being Ky. Many others are contem- citizen who had done much for the ( old nome ana called on a obtained all down the line. plating entering the territory benefit of man, and lie Is sorrow church held their Presbytery his efforts? When you are drivlast week at Mount Zion church. ing and come to a hill do you of their old friends and Another strike has 'just been re within a short time. fully missed. not far from here. Preachers take your foot off the accelerator Taeicfrbdrs An this community ported by the McClintQck people A gentleman named Sherlingburger, and delagates 'from seven or day last week. We were all on the Jake Radford farm, Brush Suggestions for Fall Shippers. decrease your power 'and wait " of Louisville, was here last week and eight counties attended, There for the hill to be removed? Of 'vbkE 'astral inly glad to see and shake Creek. Their No. 3 at 264 feet !9BsBal Information which will be of special bought two fine horses one from. J. B. was plenty to eat, five beeves, course you don't. You double, 'Sflnm 4fce feand of these - good people is already showing 15 barrels value to the fall shoppers, particular Coffey; the other from Sam Burdette., seven sheep, and sevaral shoats and triple your effort until you moreand it made us all re-- daily, but it wuTbe shot at once ly those who are getting xeady for a The. prices for these horses have net having been killed for the occa- makd Ihe grade. Then where ber of the days gone, by when they expect-t- increase the first season in society or planning a bee-- given, but they were fancy. At sion. It was one of the largest aneei do we get the idea that when trousseau is offered in the latest Issue the same time Mr. Tom Pemberton, dinners that was, ever set in this these good people lived in flow. business strikes a hilt we should Ladles Home Journalas follows: The well of. Grant, Ross and of the of Horse Cave, paid Thso Pofella eflamU<y asdwe were all ction. , 8 to to 10. inches from decrease our efforts and lie low. McComaa, on the' Riddle farm TailoredsaUs very high price for one of the best itkeely aociafchfcocether i The corn crop is light in thfs the floor. S rLJP- Sulphur Creek, raported in a remale colts in too cuuuty. part of the couitry. The farm- - The suspension of stYertl Afternoon dresses five to seven inch 4Mi agood time, v cent issue of the News, has been es from the floor. heads of unions in California few v ' Colunuila. is in a very beelthy n era here refoeter aad wife had' drilled some ten feet deeper ud -- se&S. been aaoanc4 by the beertjrf Evening dresses thrst fetches from . we bear of or . . d tub tlei M t&e their fiae eorm of celHnff oo.Mr. Pw. the flow of oil u Mid to be im- the floor. mm engiaeeca JsrotiMrkood, Tie. h- ffiyByj serious cases of eibkMes.- - Throughout i. iHltt Shirley and family aad.,Mr. mense." A little, forth tr A Ptk July ud nrit of TjQMJZ UibUMbF 'foriaavtlme;.1 ttupeeykK for itriirittiiit Jthe count the )elth of the people is y t il - 1M ' rtyiftrallT tritari tkt KcGliatb?k P piejpe)epeviLiu otAert. fliiidma at4eiir beam- V; t. OT . T7 a. ThSL J- ss -- Insiirince A wKT-v"f- c- -- 4 ."$ j -- w -- well-known Mill-tow- n, to the wZfin oP -- . . I -- i3& -- contractors, " seato 'i -- . dii-fere-nt -- : - that' - S.--- -- - -- Reed Brothers - -- ef . - auc-3&ne- ers - -- vce Staa-'-Coome- -- - t lawr-fiurris- - -- x ' 1 pro-vide- 4,-OC- fQ, mo-tor- ed fam-ily.- of . t -- . 's Pene-cos- t, N X s x k, - ,.iikr -- ' -- , 'k o - law 1 cob-ditio- were-bragg- m . , i . j? -- wsm I & "j erk i i ms Mt V.0B .Tm- .- . ?A ;.. '- - -- ' i- - yr 1 J. .., u; vu t k v I ZV&' i - 4 ;"- - .A