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To Tobacco Growers, 1 Last Sunday night, about eleven o'clock, Gordon Page, met with a frightful accident, on the pike, opposite the Christian church. He was in his car and was entering townw from the East section of the city. His lights were dim, but he was goiog at a lively speed. When he reached the cemetery he lost control of the car, and it left the pike near the Christ-ia- n church, ran against a telephone pole 14 inches in diameter, cut it square off at the butt, and wrecked his car. Fortunaily he was not hurt. Notice. To each and every owner of any Dog of any kind, you are hereby requested to call and settle your tax for the year 1923, as the law directs. Respt., S. C. Neat, Clerk Adair County Court. For God and Country. Sunday, December 3, 1922. I. Education in the home; 2. Education in the school; Education in the ciiurch Slogan A Godly nation cannot fail. Ministers of all denominations are educa-"- t . urged to preach a sermon on tion, either morning or evening oi this date. By request of the Amtr-ica- n Legion. Albert Bryant, Big line of flannel shirts and underCommander, Adair Post-9wear with prices right. L. E. Young. Notice. 9. Discussing the question of of tobacco in the hands of jthe growers which was presented to the State Tax Commission by Vice Presidents James N. Kehoe and Bush W. Allin of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association. Mr. Kehoe said the growers were not asking any favors or any special consideration, but that they simply asked their constitutional right to exemption of farm products from taxation for a year after they are grown. "We simply claim that, nnder the constitution, farm products are exempt from taxation for one year from the time they are grown," said Mr. Kehoe. "The purpose of the framers of the constitution in that exemption was to encourage agricultural production and, consequently, reasonablv low prices for food products. "We learned at Frankfort that the farmers of Kentucky have been paying taxes on farm products assessed at 936,000,000, when as a matter of law that property ought not to have been assessed at all. The amount we expect to save tbe farmers who are memis a bers of the Burley tremendous sum, hundreds of thousands of dollars in the long run, (and our contention is that none of this tax should be paid by the growers." - f i - Uninteresting Game. Mr. Won His Suit. Purdy. -- . "October.". f J- ' ve The Campbellsville High School basket ball team that visited Columbia last Friday night, was evidently out of commission. It went up against the High School team of this place, and the game was promptly called-i- n the Iatter's gym. It was plain from the start that the visiting team would record but few scores. It was so onesided the witnesses failed to be enter- tained The contest closed, Colum- bia High having 52 scores, Campbellsville High School 10. Just oat. The latest Jhing in slip re on and coat sweaters. See them be-fo- baying. L. E. Young. Eloped. The says: News-Journa- l, Campbellsville, Wallace Coffey, of Columbia, and Mattie Malone, daughter of Mrs. Mattie Malone, bf this place, stole a march on their friends Tuesday night by eloping to Jeffersonvllle and getting married. The young couple have many friends to wish them much happiness. Miss Public Sale. Mrs. Rhoda J. White, 68 years old, J. Claud Miller, who was reared a grandson of the late widow of the late John J. White, died in this county, J. P. Miller, who is a contractor and suddenly Saturday evening at the now resides-a- t Campbellsville, and at home of her son, Mont Burton, residpresent is finishing the Bank of Co ing at Elkhorn. Death was due to lumbia and the brick and concrete heart trouble which came as a shock to her relatives and friends. Mrs. gymnasium at the Lindsey-Wilsorecently brought suit in the Marlon White was-- splendid Christian womCircuit Court agaiDSt Lewis & Drye an and was well liked by a laige numfor $6,921.41, the amount due him on a ber of friends. She was born and contract price for building a Ford Ga- reared in Adair county and had twice rage for the defendants in Lebanon. been married. Surviving her are 4 The defendants refused to pay and al- daughters and two sons, Mrs. Louetta leged that there were defects in the Fisher, of Shawnee, Okla.; Mrs. Lizbuilding. It was a long drawn out zie McDanlel and Miss Ethel White, case, ending in Miller getting judg- of Ohio; Mrs. Riley Christie and Mont ment for $4,337.11 with interest from Burton, of this county, and Ernest July 1st 1921 and the cost of the ac- Burton, of Adair county, all of whom, tion. Miller was represented by Gen. with the exception of Mrs McDaniel, James Garnett, of Louisville, and Mr. were in attendance at the funeral, Funeral services were held at the W. H. Spagens: the plaintiff by P. K. home of her son at Elkhorn Tuesday S. McElroy, and H. afternoon, conducted by the Rev. For Sale. Kemper, and interment was in the Elkhorn cemetery. Tbe News One Grant Six touring car, one Ford Sedan. Both cars in good condition. If your child eats ravenously at Ford Service. Station, times and at other times has no appeJ. M. Calllson, Prop., tite at all, look out for worms. Cane Yalley, Ky. White's Cream Vermifuge is the remedy to use. It clears them out. Price, 35c' Sold by Paull Drug Co. Bandits Rob a. Missouri Bank. n, a 6--4t o By S. P. Stapp Nature doth now appear In dress more beautiful and gay Than Winter's snow or flowers of May October days are here. With red and brown and gold, The woodlands are all gayly clad; Yet still, there comes a thought that's sad, The year is growing old. The chilly winds fast brings The varicolored leaves to earth To warm its bosom, till the birth Of flowers and plants in Spring. Ripe ears from cornshocks nod; The meadows still with grass are green; everywhere is seen On The charming goldenrod. Rich nuts are falling down From laden boughs. The Squirrels; land-scap- e stir Aminst the prickly chestnut burs, Where nuts are crisp and brown. And-hlgathwart the sky changing, yet in perfect form, In From regions cold to climes mora warm, The wild geese southward fly. Most beautiful of all The months throughout the changing year, October! Give, to us thy cheer, Thou charming month of Fall. In years as we grow old, And must put off our dress so fair, Our Summerjs dress, may we then wear October's dress of gold. h Upholstering done at Marshall's dertaker and Cabinet shop. 6-- Un- The same man that was arrested here for forging a check and was carried to Liberty where the money was procured,stole an automobile be longing to the sheriff of Casey county, wbich was tnrned over to the owner. The man Hudson, who did the forging and also stole the machine, was in Columbia with It. He went to C. R. Hutchison's store and had seven gallons of gas put in. He then asked for oil. While Mr. Hutchison was drawing it, the machine man hurriedly drove out of town, leaving .the gas bill. wear the Punctureless Hosiery sale by Mrs. Mary Biggs has received a letter from Rev. L. J. B. Smith, a form, er pastor of the Baptist church, this place, stating that he will be married in New Zealand in the near future to a young lady of Scotch parentage. See oar new line of shirts and neckwear. L. E. Young. Thanksgiving services, Thursday, the 30th day of this month, will be observed here. The services will be held .in the Baptist church, the song service to be conducted by Rev. Carson Taylor, the Devotional by Eld. J. L Wheeler. The sermon will be preached by Rev. R. L Sleamaker. A large attendance is expected. for L. E. Young. Wanted. A young man that knows something about the blacksmith trade to learn to cut monuments. Steady job. All inside work. v Fiddler's Convention to be held at Breeding School, on Thanksgiving night. Anybody may enter as a con testant that wishes. First prize, $5.00; second, $3.00; third, 32 00. Admission, 15c. Every body invited Sanford Hurt, Teacher. Public Sale. On Dec. 16th, 1922, I will offer for sale my residence at Casey Creek, Ky, A good home for any body. Ideal lo- Thursday, Dec. 7, 1922, at my farm near Cray craft, Ky., I will sell to the highest bidder: 4 head of work horses; 4 mules; 2 milk cows; 27 head of hogs: 2 farm wagons (Weber and Bain); 1 buggy, good as new; 2 sets of buggy harness; farm implements, consisting of; Plows of all kinds, wheat drill, Disk Harrow, A Harrow; a lot of Garden tools; a lot of plow and Wagon Harness; About 100 barrels of thirty thousand corn; twenty or pounds of hay; 2 logging outfits, con sisting of, Bolsters, Chains, Cant-hook-s, Snaking Tongs, and many other things not 'mentioned above. Those desiring time on purchases of sums over $10 00. will be given up to 12 months, upon the execution of a note negotiable and payable at the Bank of Columbia, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, from date until paid. U. M. Grlder. L. B. Hurt. Auctioneer.' James boys, who raided Gallatin, Mo., half a century ago, were recalled today when six bandits robbed the First National Bank of $4,000 in gold and currency. This bime the speedy ponies which would sprint the instant their masters finished the job and jumped back to the saddle were miss-iabut the watchers, holding the crowd of citizens at bay while "Inside men" grabbed tbe loot, the detonation of the exploding vault, the the night watchman, the wounding of .the exceedingly curious and the hurried getaway, all were present. Today's bandits came by motor. They overlooked an extra $10,000 in their hurry to depart, and they used sawed-of- f shotguns instead of revolvers to keep the crowd intimidated. John Chamberlain, the night watchman, and Frank Woodruff, a hotel- keeper, who were wounded, are not Rev. H. L. Thompson has presented considered in a serious condltinn. us with a lot of tomatoes grown in his garden. So it will be seen that while Notice. Eld. Z. T. Williams is having his fill of this delicious vegetable in San The Tax Books are now ready for Texas, Rev. Thompson is fur- you to pay State and County Tax. nishing his friend wiih real nice ripe Come and pay before the penalty goes ones grown in the town of Columbia, oh g, cor-neringi- of St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 23. The dajs tained the 500 Club on last Thursday of the hard riding, quick shooting evening. After the game a delicious Mr. and Mrs1. Chelcie Barger enter- lunch was served. The following were present: Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cra For reasonable prices on all kinds of vens, Mr. and Mrs. Eros Barger, Mr. repair work on your car, go to, and Mrs. Alvin Lyon and Miss Minnie Ford Service Station, Tnplett. J. M. Callison Prop., For Sale. Cane Valley, Ky. 6 4t. Full stock Mammoth bronze Turkey. Mr. L. N. Richards, representing Mrs. Ed Hood. the Kentucky Children's home, SociePhone No 83 m. ty Louisville, was in our midst a Thursday will be Thanksgiving. It day or two last week. He was not is expected that all business men will here soliciting funds, but to inaugurclose their doors and attend services ate a movement among the different at the Baptist church. All living schools of the county, to advance the about town should attend thanking interest of this great institution that God for the manifold blessings that is caring for and educating the poor have been bestowed upon them. children of the State. Wanted. Hickory Spokes 2$x2ix29, $35.00 to 840 00 per 1,000. 2ix2ix29, 325.00 and $30.00 per 1,000. 11x2x26, $15.00 per 1,000. Delivered on my yard at the old Spoke mill at Columbia. Norman Morrison. 5--3t Wanted Ash Billets 3x3x39, 15c each. R. L. Wethington, Grader. 50-- tf An-toni- a Died Last Wednesday Night Miss Mollie Breeding, aged forty-eigh- t, who lived in the Absher section, died last Monday night after a long; She was a sister of Mr. Ed illness. Breeding, and was a lady who had tha Ceo. Coffey, S. A. C. Call or write, Joe C. Simms, Lebanon, Ky. , 6-- 3t Rusty nail wounds, festering sores Will Remove s. Are the Christians cf Columbia getting ready for the meeting which starts next Sunday at the Methodist "church? A meeting can not do any good unless the church --members get right themselves. Good Service. i - If you want to save money on your Fisk and new Giant cord tires and tubes go to ,Ford Service Station, J. M. Callison, Prop., Cane Valley, Ky. ,6-- 4t burns and scalds heal rapidly when pike from Columbia to the Taylor Liquid Borozone is applied. It is both county line is in better condition than A. F. Scott. antiseptic and healing. Price, 30c, has been for the last twenty years. 60c and 1.20. Sold by Paull Drug it The different Churches in Columbia The Taylor county end is kept up by Co. should look over their lists of memMr. G. H. Gowdy, and it is most genpoorer class bership and see that the erally in the finest condition. Notice. Kind fortune does is remembered. Losl. not smile on every family, and those Call and see my line of hand made who are not able to buy should be furwalnut furniture. If I haven't got nished with presents for their chilSaturday, Nov, 11, 1 lost my Airdale what you want will make it. Bring dren. Make your selections now and dog at the toll gate near Green River your broken furniture and have it, at the proper time send in to the combridge. He has a bunch of hair cut off mended. mittee who will receive and distribute He his back and is sandy colored. Marshall's Cabinet. them. Christmas will be here in a answers to the name of Sandy or DufShop over Rasner's store. very short time. When the children fy. I will appreciate it if you will 4- -3t. are receiving their Cnristmas memencall the News Office. toes, the angels in heaven are singing Barkesdale Hamlett, Forged a Check. hallelujah. v Columbia, Ky. It to Golumbia. is said that the Campbellsville cation for a Doctor. 4-- 5t An entertainment at Tabor Saturday night, Dec. 2nd, for the benefit of jthe school and church. Admission 15 f- For Sale. Hard Brick near the upper Bridge $2.50 cents. per hundred. Call or see U. M. Grlder or Otha Hadley at Kiln. , 2-- tf Rubbed into the skin for rheuma fclsm, neuralgia, contracted muscles, sprains or lameness, Ballard's Snow Liniment goes right through the flesh to the bone, easing pain and removing the cause. It is a powerful pain relief. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and IL20 per bottle. Sold by Paull Diug Co. Rev. Gross came aindfiUtd his Appointments at 3?riterian church last Sunday oubfrbm-Louisvill- e not act regulary, an occasional dose of assist them with Herbine. It is a fine bowel tonic and laxative. Price 60c. Sold by Paull Drug Co. do - It the bowels s 26 inches long. News office. Mr. W. S Griffin offers a splendid Call Black silk pariiql with black and Taylor county farm for sale, uea'r Ro- the white ring and tips." Finder will mine, in the News this-we- tk. If Aim 8 SQBJCMlrs Selfliy1 please call Dtfceiey it Dfwtftey. you want a farm go see this one. Mjcj, Hamlett. I Lost. Last Wednesday Jas. Hudson was arrested as he was coming to Columbia, charged with forging a check of $70 which waB paid by a bank at Liberty, Ky. Rev. Pattons name was signed to the check. The officers of this county were notified, and Sherrifi Geo. Coffey caught Hudson as he was hearing this place. Soon after being affealed he to Liberty. was arrested with A man named Price him, charged with befog implicated. He was also conveyed to Liberty. -was-convey- the dwelling, friendship and respect of the entire on Burkesville street, that has been neighborhood. Her funeral and buroccupied by Mr. Ed Sinclair for al- ial were largely attended. most a year, to Mr. Joe Dulworth, If you want a chair thatwlil last The place last Tuesday, for $2,300. had not been deeded to Mr. Sinclair you a lifetime, see The ARin's Chair at and he readily consented to the trade. Dohoney &lDuhoney. Mr. Dulworth is a young man with a wife and two children, and will reRemember that next Thursday will move with his family to this property be Thanksgiving andthat the services the first of the year. We are also told will be held at the Baptist Church. that although reared on a farm, he The business hours of Columbia will make some kind of business in to close from 11 a. m. until Columbia. The Dulworth people are 1 p. m. full of energy, hence there is no doubt Shoes. but he will make a success at the business he decides to launch. Closing out ray entire stock at halS Sewing Wanted a.IB-expect- Mr. Albin Murray sold Ball Games Thanksgiving. WJU do price and less. you right.' Pease you in Mrs. L. E. Bradley, Golumbia High School Basket Ball Price. team will play the Mdnicello High School team on Wednesday night, November 29th. ,On Thursday night, ' Twenty-seve- L. M, Smithi Cane Valley Kyv fe Rev. Jesse L. Murrell solemnized, t marriage vows between the following-lasn days from the date of week: Wm. Thompson to "Misi 30th, Jamestown will play this paper until Christmas day. On November Jennie Bailey; J. H. Carleton to Hias Both Games at C. H. S. that day if you wish to Remember Monticello. Dora Floyd. friend, select that present now, aSvtha gym. opportunity to make a choice is better Waited. will be later-now than it For Sale. Emma Page. Sheet iron stove, Waited. I Ash Billets 3x3x39, 15c each. R. L. VyennInKtonj Graders . 5rtf Asa Billets 3x3x3915? ecn. Bi 13 it'ethloitoD, Grafler. 50 tf ' Attend Thanksgiving the Baptist church: services; afc L r ADAIR COUNTY SHEWS r - The Strength Or The Fines fry Ml i Edison Marshall .Author 1 oTheVofce of ihePoclc THiishaiions hu wnnBi Irwin My eitf L .Or yjW1 and Co Copijnghr by Little . Drown, SYNOPSIS "XWoeives &ttier, Bruce Dunmn, CHAPTER I. At the death of Ills foster In an eastern city, a mysterious message, sent by a Mrs. Ross, summoning him peremptorily to southern Oregon to meet "Linda." oaf-Sing CHAPTER IL Bruce has vivid but recollections of his childhood in an orphanage, before his adoption by New-te- n Duncan, with the girl Linda. Trail's End, news that a message has feten sent to Bruce is received with marked displeasure by a man Introduced CHAPTER IIL At his destination, t the reader as "Simon." sssssssHsWAi jnUpMXmll 'Li CHAPTER IV. Leaving the train, Bruce is astonished at his apparent with the surroundings, though t9 his knowledge he has never been there. CHAPTER V. Obedient to the message, Bruce makes his way to Martin's crossroads store, for direction as to reaching Mrs. Ross' cabin. CHAPTER VL On the way, "Simon" sternly warns mm to give up nis quest aad return East. Bruce refuses. CHAPTER "VII. Mrs. Ross, aged and lBfirm, welcomes him with emotion. She hastens him on his way the end of Trail." CHAPTER VIII. Through a country purzllngly familiar, Bruce journeys, and ftods his childhood playmate, Linda. CHAPTER IX. The girl tells him of wrongs committed by an enemy clan on her family, the Rosses. Lands occupied by the clan were stolen from the Rosses, She Was Dreaming Dreams. aad the family, with the exception of Aunt Elmlra (Mrs. 'Ross) and herself, wiped out by assassination. Bruce's father, Matthew Folger, was one of the fresh heart, and as she rode down the victims. His mother had fled with Bruce sunlit trail the future opened up enaad Linda. The girl, while small, had trancing vistas to her. Perhaps they been kidnaped from the orphanage and fraught to the mountains. Linda's father yet could conquer, and that would Bad deeded his lands to Matthew Folger. g on the mean feat the agreement, which would confute enemy's claims to the property, has lands of her father. Matthew Folger the been lost. had possessed a fertile farm also, and CHAPTER X. Bruce's mountain blood its green pastures might still be utilresponds to the call of the blood-feuized. It suddenly occurred to her that it would be of Interest to turn off CHAPTER XI. A giant tree, the Pine, in front of Linda's cabin, the main trail, take a little dim path aeems to Bruce's excited imagination to up the ridge that she had discovered be endeavoring to convey a message. years before, and look over these lands. CHAPTER XII. Bruce seta out in search of a trapper named Hudson, a The hour was early; besides, Bruce witness to the agreement between Linda's would find her report of the greatest lather and Matthew Folger. interest. CHAPTER XIIL A gigantic grizzly, She jogged slowly along in the westknown as the Killer, is the terror of the ern fashion which means something Vicinity, because of his size and ferocity. quite different from army fashion or CHAPTER XIV. Dave Turner, sent by sportsman fashion. Western riders do Simon, bribes Hudson to swear falsely concerning the agreement, if brought to not post. Riding is not exercise to llrht, he knowing its whereabouts. them ; It is rest. They hang limp In CHAPTER XV. Hudson and Dave visit the saddle, and all jar is taken up. as the former's traps. A wolf, caught in one. Is discovered by the Killer. Disturbed at if by a spring, somewhere in the region his feast, the brute strikes down Hudson of the floating ribs that only a physiBruce, on his way to Hudson, shoots and cian can correctly designate. They wounds the Killer, driving him from his victim, Hudson, learning Bruce's idennever sit firm, these western riders, tity, tries to tell him the hiding place of and as a rule their riding is not a parthe agreement, but death summons him. ticularly graceful thing to watch. But CHAPTER XVI. Simon, believing Bruce they do not care greatly about grace knows where the document Is concealed, lays plans to trap him. as long as they may encompass their fifty miles a dav and still be fresh XVII Dave decoys Linda CHAPTER and Aunt Elmlra from their home. The enough for a country dance at night. man insults Linda and is struck down by the aged woman. Elmlra's son has There are many other differences in western and eastern riding, one of been murdered by Dave, and at her command, after securely binding the desthem being the way in which the perado, Linda leaves them alone. horse is mounted. Another difference CHAPTER XVIII. Ret Tiling, Bruce is the riding habit. Linda had no trim .finds a note, presumably fi.i.n Linda, telling him she hrs been kidnaped ' by the riil'ng trousers, with tall, glossy hoots, Turners. red coat and stock. It was rather doubtful whether she knew such things CHAPTER XIX. Bruco falls into Si mon's trap, ami is made prisoner. existed. She did, however, wear a CHAPTER XX. Charging Bruce with trim riding skirt of khaki and a middle the blouse washed pitless-lattempting to r open the blood-feuclean by her clan, after a mock trial, decides to leave i pasture on the spot own hands; and no one would have 'a him, bound. where the Killer hail slain and half eaten misled the other things. It is an ina calf the night before. They look for the return of thr- nrlzzly and the probable disputable fact that she made a rather slaying of Bruc- by the animal. alluring picture eyes bright and hair XXI Bruce, helpless, awaits dark and strong arms bare to the elCHAPTER arrival of the Killer and death. bow as she came riding down the e trail. CHAPTER XXII. Simon makes Linda an offer of marriage. The girl refuses, She came to the opening of the dimtelling him she loves Bruce. Enraged, mer trail and turned down it. She the man brutally strikes her, and leaves. The girl is confident he will go to Bruce, entered a still glen, and the color in and shefollows him. her cheeks and the soft brown of her CHAPTER XXIII. Her surmise is corarin hleiJed well with the new tints rect, Simon visiting his helpless enemy, to gloat over him. With the Killer ac- of the autumn leaves. Then she turned tually sniffing at Bruce's body, Linda, on up a long ridge. horseback, arrives, wounds the animal, The trail led through an old burn and carries her lover away. a bleak, eerie place where the flre'had CHAPTER XXIV. Despite their apparent helplessness, Bruce and Linda decide swept down the forest, leaving only ' to keep up the light. strange, black palings here and there auc; she stopped in the middle of It CHAPTER XXV to look down. The mountain world was laid out below her as clearly as Toward the end of the afternoon in a relief map. Her eyes lighted as Linda saddled and rode down the trail its beauty and its fearsomeness went toward Martin's store. She had con- home to her, and her keen eyes slowly siderable business to attend to. Among swept over the surrounding hill tops. other things, she was going to buy Then for a long moment she sat .very thirty-thirtcartridges all that Mar--. still in the saddle. tin had In stock. She had some hope A thousand feet distant, on the same of securing an extra gun. or two with ridge on which she rode, she caught shells to match. The additional space sight of another horse. It held her In her pack was to be filled with progaze, and in an instant she discerned visions. the rather startling fact thatit was For she was faced with the unpleas- saddled, bridled, and apparently tied ant fact that her larder was nearly to a tree. Momentarily she thought empty. The jerked venison was al- that Its rider was probably one of the most gone; only a little flour and a Turners who was at present at work few canned things remained. She had on the old Folger farm : yet she knew space for only small supplies on the at once the tilled lands-werstill too horse's back, and there would be no far distant for that. She studied closeluxuries among them. Their fare had ly the maze of light and shadow of the been plain up to this time; but from underbrush and In a moment more dis- now on It was to consist of only such tlnguished the figure of the horseman. things as were absolutely necessary to It was one of the Turners but he sustain life. was not working in the fields. He was She rode unarmed. Without Inform- - standing near the animal's head, back Ing him of the fact, the rifle had beep to her, and his rifle lay in his arm". left for Bruce. She did not expect And then'Lindn understood. He was simply guarding, the trail Jfor herself a rifle shot from ambush rfor the simple reason that Simon had down to Martin's store. Except for the bidden otherwise and Bruce might be fact that she, had turned off the main ,' .Attacked n.t any moment. hp have l Sherva dreaming dreams, that day. .seen blmnt-apcrflta fever. fate e ' had given 'her heiiad foriier. The talk J "Pine-Need- le far-flund. She held hard on her faculties an5 tried to puzzle It out. She understood now why the Turners had not as yet made an attar'; i!on them at their home. It wasn't the Turner way to wage open warfare. They were the wolves that struck from' ambush, the rattlesnakes that lunged with poisoned fangs from beneath the rocks. There was some security for her in the Folger home, but none whatever here. There she had a strong man to fight for her. a loaded rifle, and under ordinary conditions the Turners could not hope to batter dpwn the oaken door and overwhelm them without at least some loss of life. For all they knew, Bruce had a large stock of rifles and ammunition and the Turners did not look forward with pleasure to casualties In heir ranks. The much simpler way was to watch the trail. They had known that sooner or later one of them would attempt to ride down after either supplies or aid. Linda was a mountain girl and she knew the mountain methods of procedure; and she knew quite well what she would have had to expect if she had not discovered the ambush in time. Sne didn't think that the sentry would actually fire on her; he would merely shoot the horse from beneath her. It would he a simple feat by the least of the Turners for these gaunt men were marksmeri, if nothing else. It wouldn't be In accord with Simon's plan or desire to leave her body lying still on the trail. But the horse killed, flight would be impossible, and what would transpire thereafter she did not dare to think. She had not forgotten Simon's threat In regard to any attempt to go down Into the settlements. She knew that it still held good. Of course, if Bruce made the excursion, the sentry's target would be somewhat different. He would shoot him down as remorselessly as he would shatter a lynx from a tree top. The truth was that Linda had guessed just right. "It's the easiest way," SiSion had said. "They'll be trying to get out in a very few days. If the man shoot straight and to kill ! Sen-ttn- el If Linda, plug the horse and bring her here behind the saddle." Linda turned softly, then started back. She did not even give a second's thought to the folly of trying to break through. She watched the sentinel over h'er shoulder and saw him turn about. Far distant though he was, she could tell by the movement he made that he had discovered her. She was almost four hundred yards away by then, and she lashed her horse into a gallop. The man cried to her to halt, a sound that came dim and strange through the burn, and then a bullet sent up a cloud of ashe a few feet to one sde. But the range was too far even for the Turners, and she only urged her horse to a faster d, i y j -' pine-needl- pace. She flew down the narrow trail, turned into the main trail, and galloped wildly toward home. But the sentry did not follow her. He valued his precious life too much for that. He had no Intention of offering himself as a target to Bruce's rifle as he neared the house. He headed'back to report to Simon. Young Bill for such had been the Identity of the sentry found his chief in the large field not far distant from where Bruce had been confined. The man was supervising the harvest of the fall growth of alfalfa. The two men walked slowly away rrom riie workers, toward the fringe of woods. "It looks as if we'll have to adopt rough measures, after all," Young Bill began. Simon turned with flushing face. "Do you mean you let him get past you and missed him? Young Bill, If you've done that " "Won't you wait till I've told you how It happened? It wasn't Bruce; it was Linda. For some reason I can't dope out, she went up in the big burn back of me and saw me when I was too far off to shoot her horse. Then she rode back like a witch. They'll not take that trail again." "It means one of two things," Simon said after a pause. "One of them is to starve 'em out. It won't take long. Their supplies won't last forever. The other is to call the clan and attack-toni-ght" "And that means loss of life." "Not necessarily. I don't know how mnny guns they've got. If any of you were worth your salt, you'd find out those things. I wish Dave was here." And Simon spoke the truth for once d In his life; miss Dave. And it was not that there had been any love lost between them. But the truth was although Simon never would have admitted it the weaker man's cunning had been of the greatest aid to his chief. Simon needed it sorely now. "And we can't wait till tomorrow night because we've got the moon then," Young BIJl added. "Just a new moon, but it will prevent a surprise attack. I suppose you still have hopes of .Dave coming back?" "I don't see why not. I'll venture to say now he's off on. some good piece of business; doing something uone of the rest of you have thought of. He'll come riding back one of these days with something actually accomplished. I see no reason for thinking that he's dead. Bruce hasn't had any chance at him that I know of. But if I thought he was there'd be no more waiting. We'd tear down that nest tonight." Simon spoke in his usual voice with the same emphasis, the same undertones of passion. The truth was that he had slowly become aware that Young BUI was not giving him his full attention, but rather was gazing off unfamiliar speculation in his eyes toward the forests beyond. Simon's' Impulse" was to follow the gaze; yet he would not yield to it. "Well?" he demanded, 'Tm not talking to amuse myself.'', ,. The' younger man seemed to sturt. he-di, y v e ( ' -- " tra'JJ5PbIlltyicould with-Bruc- Her eyes met bis, and she tried to smile Into them. "Forgive me, Bruce it's hard to be calm." But at once she understood why he Simon's eyes widened, "No. "Why?" was waiting. The flashes of lightning "Look there over the forest." offered no opportunity for an accurate Young Bill pointed. Simon shielded shot. Bruce meant to conserve his his "eyes from the sunset glare and little supply of shells until the moment n skyline above studied the of utmost need. The clan drew nearer. the fringe of pines. There were many They were riding slowly, with ready grotesque, black birds wheeling on rifles. And ever the storm Increased slow wings above the spot. Now and In fury. The thunder was so close then they dropped down, out of sight that it no longer gave the Impression behind the trees. of being merely sound. It was a veri"Buzzards!" Simon exclaimed. table explosion just above their heads. "Yes," Young BUI answered quietly. The first drops of rain fell one by one "You see, It isn't much over a mile on the roof. from Folger's house In the deep Bruce's eyes sought for Simon's figwoods. There's something dead there, ure. To Simon he owed the greatest Simon. And I think we'd better look debt, and to lay Simon low might meariP to see what It Is." to dishearten the whole clan. But al"You think" Then Simon hesithough the attackers were In fair range tated and looked again with reddennow, scarcely two hundred yards ing eyes toward the gliding buzzards. away, he could not identify him. They drew closer. He raised his gun, wait"I think that maybe we're going to find Dave," Young BUI replied. ing for a chance to fire. And at that instant a resistless force hurled him to the floor. CHAPTER XXVI There was the sense of Tast catastrophe, a great rocking and shudderThe twilight at Trail's End is never ing that was lost in billowing waves of long in duration, due to the simple fact sound ; and then a frantic effort to rethat the mountains cut off the flood of call his wandering faculties. A blindlight from the west after the setting ing light cut the darkness in twain; of the sun, but tonight there seemed It smote his eyeballs as if with a physnone at all. The reason was merely ical blow ; and summoning all his powthat heavy banks of clouds swept up ers of will he sprang to his feet. from the southeast just after sunset They came with rather startling rapThere was only dkness at first; and he did not understand. Bnt It idity and almost immediately completewas scarcely less duration than the ly filled the sky. Young BUI had many y flash of lightning. A red flame things on his mind as he rode beneath leaped into the air, roared and them, yet he found time to gaze at grew and spread as if scattered by the him. wind itself. And Bruce's breath caught "Yes. A thunderstorm rather unin a sob of wonder. usual in the fall, Isn't It?" The Sentinel Pine, that ancient "Almost unknown. It's growing cold, friend and counselor that stood not too." over one hundred feet from the house, They waited a breathless minute, had been struck by a lightning bolt. then the thunder spoke again. It was Its trunk had been cleft open as If by immeasurably nearer. It was as If It a giant's ax, and the flame was already had leaped toward them, through the springing through Its balsam-lade- n darkness, with incredible speed in the branches. minute that Intervened. The last echo CHAPTER XXVII of the sound was not dead when they It a third time. heard l""!""""!""""""""""""""""""""" Htti Bruce stood as If entranced, gazing The storm swept toward them and with awed face at the flaming tree. Increased in fury. On a distant hillThere was little danger of the house side the strange file that was the TurnItself catching fire. The wind blew ers halted, then gathered around Simon. Already the lightning made vivid, the flame In the opposite direction; besides, the rains were beating on the white gashes In the sky and illumined for a breathless Instant the long roof. The fire in the great tree itself, however, was too well started to be sweep of the ridge above them. "We'll extinguished at once by any kind of make good targets In the lightning," rainfall; but It did burn with less Old Bill said. "Ride on," Simon ordered. "You fierceness. Dimly he felt the girl's hand graspknow a man can't find a target in the hundredth of a second of a lightning ing at his arm. Her fingers pressed until he felt pain. His eyes lowered flash. We're not going to turn hack to hers. The sight of that passion-draw- n now." face recalling In an Instant the They rode on. Far away they heard the whine and roar of wind, and In a scene beside the camp fire his first moment It was upon them. The forest night at Trail's End called him to "Shoot, you fool!" she was no longer silent. The peal of the himself. Then Simon Hesitated and Looked thunder was almost continuous. stormed at him. "The tree's lighted up Again With Reddening Eyes Toward the whole countryside, and you can't The breaking of the storm seemed the Gliding Buzzards. miss. Shoot them before they run to rock the Folger house on Its foundation. Both Linda and Bruce leaped to away." them with some curi3it. They were He glanced quickly out. The clan of singular greenish hue, and they their feet ; but they felt a little tingle of awe when they saw that old Elmlra that had drawn within sixty yards of hung so low that the tops of nearby still sat sewing. It was as If the calm the house at the time the lightning mountains were obscured. struck had been thrown into confusion. The fact that there would be no that dwelt In the Sentinel Tine outTheir horses had been knocked down side had come down to abide in her. moon tonight was no longer Important by the force of iie bolt and were No force that the world possessed auy tellThe clouds would have cut off riderless, awaj The men followed ever take It from her. tale light that miglit illumine the ac- could them, shouting, plainly revealed ia the They heard the rumble and creak tivities of the Turners. There would burning tree. The great light fnn not be even the dim mist of starlight of the trees as the wind smote them, torch besidethe houe had completely the and the flame of the lump danced wildYoung l!ill rode from house to house turned the tables. And Linda spoke ly, filling the room with flickering through th estate the homes occutrue; they offered the best of targets. shadows. Bruce straightened, the pied by Simon's brothers and cousins Again the girl's eyes were lurid sllfc and their respective families. He lines of his face setting deep. He between the lids. Her lips were drawn, knocked on each door and he only glanced once more at the rifle in his and her breathing was strange. He gave one little message. "Simon wants hands. looked at her calmly. "Linda," he said, "put out that fire. you at the house," he said, "and come "No, Linda. I can't" If there's going to be an attack, we'd heeled." "You can't!" she cried. "You cow- have a better chance if the room was He would turn to go, but always a in darkness. We can shoot through singular quiet and breathlesness rethe door then." mained in the homes after his deShe obeyed at once, knocking the parture. There would be a burning sticks apart and drenching glances and certaTn signifof icant sounds. One of them was the them with water. She took off the metallic click of cxrtridges being glass shade of the lamp, and the little slipped into the magazine of a rifle. gusts of wind that crept in the cracks of the windows Immediately extln Another was the buckling on of spurs, The darkness and perhaps the rattle of a pistol in guished the flame. dropped down. Then Bruce opened th Its holster. Before the night tell in reality, the clan came riding strange, door. The whole wilderness world strug tall figures In the gled in the grap of the storm. Thi straight for Simon's house. scene was such tha. no mortal mem 11 is horse was saddled, too, and he ory could iosslbly forget. They saw met them in front of his door. And in a very few words he made all things It in great, vivid glimpses in the intermittent flashes of the lightning, and plain to them. the world seemed no longer that which "We've found Dave," he told them they had come to know. Chaos was simply. "Most of you already know It. upon It. The tall tops of the trees We've decided there isn't any use of wagged back and forth in frenzied sigwaiting any more. We're going to the nals ; their branches smote and rubbed Folger house tonight." together. And just without their door The men stood silent, breathing the Sentinel Pine stood with top lifted hard. Simon spoke very quietly, yet to the fury of the storm. his voice carried far. In their growing i A strange awe swept over Bruce. excitement they did not observe the A moment later he was to behold a reason, that a puzzling, deep calm had sight that for the moment would make come over the whole wilderness world him completely forget the existence of Even in the quietest night there Is usthe great tree; but for an Instant he ually a faint background of winds In poised at the brink of a profound and the mountain healras troubled breath discovery. There was that whisper in the thickets and rustle great lesson for him In that dark, tow-a "You Can't!" She Cried. "You Cothe dead leaves but tonight the heavy ering figure wardYou Traitor! SC.ll Kill Them that the lightning revealed. While There's Time." air had no breath of life. spoke; Its "Tonight Bruce Folger Is going to Its great limbs moved and yet top swayed back and forth, still It ard you traitor! Kill kill kill them pay the price, just as I said." He held Its high place as Sentinel of the while there's time!" spoke rather boustlngly; perhaps more Forest, passionless, patient, talking She saw the resolve In his face, and to impress his followers than from Imhis hands. pulse. Indeed, the passion that he through the murk of clouds to the she snatched the rifle-frobeyond. She hurled It to her shoulder and three-time-s felt left no room for his usual ar- stars that burnedsaid." "See," Linda "The Turners fired blindly toward the retreatrogance. "Fire on sight. Bill and I are coming." j ing Turners. will come from the rear, and we will It was true. Bruco dropped his eyes. At that instant Bruce seemed to be ready to push through the back door Even now the claii had spread out in come to life. His thoughts had been the minute you break through the a great wing and wns bearing down clear ever since the tree had been front. The rest of you surround the upon the house. The lightning showed struck; his vision win strulghter and house on three sides. And remember them In strange, vivid flushes. Bruce more than ever-i- n his life no man is to touch Linda." nodded slowly. fore, but now his muscles weakened, They nodded grimly; then the file "I see," he answered. "I'm ready." too. He sprang toward the girl and of horsemen started toward the ridge. "Then shoot them, quick when the snatched the rifle from her hand. She Far distant they heard a sound such lightning shows them," she whispered fought for it, and be held her with a as had reached them often in summer, in his ear. "They're in range now." stroBjr arm. but was unfamiliar In fall. It was Her hand seized his arm.' "What are "Waitwait, L5nda," he said gently. the faint rumble of distant thunder. you waiting for?" , "You've wasted tliwS earrridges now. He turned to her sternly. "Have you Thoranswoqly vio U4L Aiyl we may Bruce and Linda sat in the front forgotten we only have five shells?" neat! room of- the' Folger house, quiet and . 1tU'n)sow he asked. "Go back to Elmlra;,' was, not half-close- d; blue-gree- ana mere His eyes were was a strange look of Intentness about his facial lines when he turned back to Simon. "You haven't missed any stock?" be a.sked abruptly. They had simply taken all possible measures of 'defense; and they were waiting for what the night would brlBg forth. "I know they'll come tonight," Linda had said. "Tomorrow night there will be a moon, and though it won't give much light, It' will hurt their chances of success. Besides they've found that their other plot to kill you from ambush Isn't going to work." Bruce nodded and got up to examine the shutters. He wanted no ray of light to steal out Into the growing darkness and make a target. It was a significant fact that the rifle did not occupy Its usual place behind the desk. Bruce kept it in his hands as he made the inspection. Linda had her empty pistol, knowing that it might in the mayhap of circumstance be of aid In frightening an assailant. Old Elmlra sat beside the fire, her stiff Angers busy at a piece of sewing. "You know " Bruce said to her, "that we are expecting an attack tonight?" The woman nodded, but didn't miss a stitch. No gleam of interest came Into her eyes. Bruce's gaze fell to her work basket, and something glittered from its depth. Evidently Elmira had regained her knife. He went back to his chair beside Llndn, and the two sat listening. They had never known a more quiet night. They listened in vain for the little night sounds that usually come stealing, so hushed and tremulous, from the forest. And they both started, ever so slightly, when they heard a distant rumble of thunder. storm," Linda told "It's going that fhey tlld not realize their danger. sud-detil- (lee-ln- g, . curiou-exchan- ge half-darkne- vn 1 '41 ' J far-reachi- m far-reachi- - wE8rlu" ?ft..rsJL It continued on pAqisj hr v 1 " A-- V XDX1B COUNTY NEWS 3-- . A',: REBELLION KEMflLISTS SEEK - -- - ifoKtotttifom" IMMINENT, E T ' SUllU'S ARREST Widespread Revolt Against the Takes Refuge on British Warship Republic Is Growing. to Escape Seizure. REDS. PREPARE TO Woodson Lewis & Son GREENSBURC, KENTUCKY. We Are Offering FIGHT TURKS TO ASK HIS RETURN Qavarla Is Land of iscontent, but All Central Europe Is in Grip of Growing Power of Fascist! Organizations. Berlin, Nov. 17. The menace of widespread rebellion against the German Republic, if not open and bloody civil war, bulks blacker daily not only In Germany but throughout all Central Europe. Prom Bavaria, long seething with discontent and today the drill ground for a FascistI army whose strength is conservatively estimated at G0.000 men, the spirit so successfully capitalized by the Italian Mussolini has spread with sinister swiftness. Hungary Also Has Fascisti. The Austrian Tyrol is said to be solidly allied with Adolph Mitler's Munich Fascisti, and Czechoslovakia is fast approaching the dangor point. Hungary lias her wn Fascisti, whose chief inspiration is hatred of the Jews. It Is reported from Budapest that the Magyar disciples of Mussolini have formed a party in the diet to et parliamentary Immunity for their leaders. Only one Berlin paper, the Sm inlist Vowarts, mentions that in the rwent rioting in Cologne md Dusbclihu-- the majority of shops broken :iit and looted were owned by Jews, and that consequently the authorities suspect the Fusribti of in the sanguinary encounter Uei.veen unni!. elements and the nnlice i the HK..-lanultra-nationalist f Caliph Is Hurried to Malta on an English Dreadnaught Flees the Yildiz Kiosk in Early Hours of Morning. partk-ip;i;ui- n 1 d. Communists Prepare Resistrn. The Communists are spa' . .. t effort to prepare for resist .1. ..e in the event agitation tor the suii monlng of a national of factory workSoviets and their council ers' outcry ag.-- .it food prices are waxing noisier, (Vuiuiuiiist organs urge the proletariat to arm 'tself "for a life and death battle," pointing gravely to Italy as a warning of what will happen if the workers remain passive. To those exhortations Mitler's Munich organ "Des Helmatland," retorts hotly: "We must crush the red terror BIG SUM TO WAR VETERANS in our fatherland with the same means and weapons as Mussolini used in Report Shows Relief Expenditures Italy." Double Those of Equal Period Last Year. SCHWAB NO LONGER WORKER Washington, Nov. 18. Government Announces His Retirement From the payments for the relief of veterans Steel Business Statement Made of the World war so far this year have at Washington. been double the expenditures of the same period last year. Washington, Nov. 18. Charles M. The treasury financial statement Schwab made the definite announce- showed that a total of ?1G0,178,900 ment that he was no longer actively was paid to the veterans through the engaged in the steel business. Testify- war veterans' bureau and other feding before the federal trade commis- eral relief agencies in the four sion, he was asked his name and oc- months from July 1 to October 31, cupation. 1922. "I have no definite occupation now," he said. "Nominally I am chair PRISONERS HIRING "SUBS"7 man of the board of directors of the Bethlehem Steel company, but actual- President Harding Orders Investigaly I have retired." tion of Complaint From CleveMr. Schwab now is sixty years of land (O.) Federal District. age. He resigned the presidency of the United States Steel corporation Washington, Nev. 18. On the basis years old. when he was only forty-tw- o of an application made to him for the pardon of a man convicted In the FedRULING BARS MRS. FELTON eral District court at Cleveland, O., on a charge of conspiracy growing out Woman Ceased to Be a Senator From of a bootlegging case, President HarGeorgia on Night of ding directed the attorney general to Election. have an investigation made with the object of ascertaining whether a Washington, Nov. 17. Senate rules common practice prevailed of "buying fall to disclose any chance for Mrs. substitutes to serve sentences against W. H. Feltoa to claim a seat next the federal laws." Monday as senator from Georgia, succeeding Thomas E. Watson, V0R0N0FF FOR GLAND GRAFT On the contrary, established precedents overrule her contention and Physician Buys Two Chimmoke It plain that she ceased to be French panzees for American Banker and a senator on the night of election, Norwegian Merchant. when Judge Walter George was elected. Paris, Nov. 18. Dr. Serge Voronoff bought two chimpanzees at Rouen for CONGRESS A 'CAVE OF WINDS' 9,000 francs (about $650) apiece to abtain glands for grafting on an AmerFormer Vice President Marshall Gives ican banker and a Norwegian lumber a Unique Description of king. Heretofore Dr. Voronoff has Body. used big monkeys, but now he has decided to employ the glands only of Atlantic City, N. J., Nov. 17. Con- chimpanzees whose skeletons resemble gress was described here as the "cave humans. of winds" by Thomas B, Marshall, xormer vice president "I had a great time in Washington SUES TO FIX RIGHT TO AIR sitting at the 'cave of winds,' seeing the great and near great working, and Illinois Court Asked to Define Use of the Ether Suit Is Filed hearing them say they would rather at Pontiac. be right than pres!dent when not a blamed one of them had a chance of Pontiac 111., Nov. IS. Edward Wilbeing either," Marshall stated. He adliams, a radio enthusiast of Dwight, dressed the Kiwanls club. has filed a suit asking the court to MODIFY DRY WAY LAWS define the right of one person over another to use the ether with radio messages. The suit is Harding in Letter to Republican Bergman, another fan. against Wiley Woman's Organization Hints at Liberalization of Act. TURK SULTAN TO BE TRIED New York, Nov. 1G. A letter from President Harding on prohibition en-- l Angora Assembly Adopts Resolution Seeking Ruler and His Ministers on Trla' Boosevelt Boblnson, sister of Theodore Roosevelt, to the members of the. Constantinople, Nov, 17. The great Republican Neighborhood association. assembly of Turkey at Ap- Mrs. Robinson, denied ifcQ reporters permission to copy the letter, so its Kra has adopted a resolution, mihtnu exact jrording may not be reproduced, ted by Mii.tapha Kemal Pasha, to ma ot jl was a place the sfiitan and his minister on u)fir ia general for of MertdlHnE" the uro- - trial. A flwJsVi as to how the rekiH': tion is t be aitt'.rcQd' w: s deferred. on on 'trcemeift; tfeh . i or Constantinople, Nov. IS. Fearful lestr the Turkish nationalist:; should carry out the edict of the great national assembly of Turkey and seize him and bring him to trial, the sultan of Turkey, Mohammed VI,. in the early hours of the morning fled from the Yildiz Kiosk, took refuge on board the British dreadnaught Malaya and In company with his youngest son, Prince Erlogrul Effendi, is on his way to Malta. The flight of the sultan was almost precipitate, but nevertheless before his departure he announced he had not abdicated thnt he merely was leaving Constantinople for safety. Asylum on British Warship. The sultnn had requested Lieut. Gen. Harington, commander of the British forces, last Wednesday to afford him the means of getting away and arrangements were made for him to have asylum on the dreadnaught. The trip from the palace to the quay was effected without the sultan being seen by any of the guards about the palace. An automobile which had been drawn up at a side entrance to the palace whisked him to the quay, where a barge from the battleship was waiting. On this Mohammed and his son and six members of the palace staff were Immediately transferred to the Malaya which pointed its nose out through the Dardanelles and into the Mediterraneas on the way to Malta. Demand Sultan's Return. It is reported here that the Angora government will make formal representations to Great Britain for the return of the sultan to the Kemalists, pointing out that only the great national assembly of Turkey has authority to direct the sultan's movements and declaring that he must face trial as ordered by the government. t The Celebrated Pekin Wagon Absolutely Clean Built And as near Perfect as the Best Material and Workmanship Can Make It. "The Price Is Fair" Wire Fence Look at our Wire Fence just received. "It is Fully Galvanized." Price is right See our stock of Clothing, Shoes, Ladies Cloaks, Dry Goods and Hosiery. 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The context seems to imply that these like Luke were not "eye witnesses." That at once would exclude Matthew whose gospel Luke does not seem to have known. It is doubtful whether Mark is included in the many. The writer of extant aporyphal gospels can not be meant as they were com' posed later. It is probable that all these documents here alluded to were driven out of existence by the manifest superiority of the four canonical gospels. Have taken in hand cannot imply censure as some of the father's thought for Luke includes him- .elt with them, "it seemed good to me." What they attempted 'he may attempt. He may be able to improve on their work. Pro-log- us He must have thought these attempts insufficient or he would not have added another. "To draw up a narrative;" i. e., to arrange afresh the events so as to show the proper sequence. It implies something more than mere aotes or- anecdotes. "A leading through to the end." A "narrative" is the idea. Those matters which have been fulfilled. "The things which have been carried through to the end, of the matters which have been accomplished, fully established." "Among us" probably means us Christians. Christendom is the sphere in which these things havead their fulfillment. 2. "Even as they delivered, them unto us. " The correspondence was exact; "just as" he says. Luke implies that he himself was among those who the' tradition. Like the "many" he can only arrange afresh what has been handed down to him, doincr it second hand and not na hh eye witness. He does not say whether the factgwere handed down orally or in writing. "Who. were from and the beginning ministers of the word." They not only had personal knowledge of the facta, they also had prac tical experience of the effect!. By preaching and teaching they had learned what dementi In re-ciev- the Gospel were most effective he is giving us the result of carefor the winning and saving of ful investigation. Would it folsouls. low from this that an inspired 3 "To me also." Luke does historian may fail in accuracy if not blame the many; he desires to imitate and supplement them. Maybe he can improve on their work. This is his first reason for writing a narrative. "Having traced the course of all things." This is his second reason for writing. He ha's had special advantages and qualification; and therefore what was allowed to others may be still more allowed to him. He means by this that he has brought himself abreast of the events he narrates by careful investigation. "From the first." This is the first of four qualifications: he has gone back to the very beginning, viz. the promise of the birth, of the Forerunner. The "all things" implies thoroughness; and this is the second point. He has begun at the beginning and he hao investigated every thing. "Accurate" is the third point. This is no idle boast. No other gospel gives us this early history about the Baptist and Chirst. No other throughout is so .full, and in spite of the severest scrutiny, bis accuracy can very rarely be called in question? .In any case we have an Inspired writing that is defective? "In order" is the fourth point: an orderly narrative systematically arranged. "Most excellent Theophilus." This was a common nameamong Jews (Jedidiah) and Gentiles. 4 "That thou mightest knov the certainty concerning the things wherein thou was in structed." Additional and nv- -e thorough knowledge is what h wishes him to have. He had been taught orally and now Luke would have him know that the faith that he has embraced has an impregnable historical foundation. The next section is The Gospel Of the Infancy. (comp. XXXVHI) Plummer gives this outline: 1. The annunciation of the Birth of the Forerunner 2. The annunciation of the Birth of the Savior. 3. Visit of the mother of the bavior to the Mother of the Fore1:5-2:5- 2.' 5-2- his investigation ed 26-3- 8. runner, v4. 39-5- 6. The Birth of the Forerun57-8- 0. ner, 5. 2:1-2- 0. -- Tne Birth of the Savior; eye-witness- es The Circumcision and Pre. r sentation of the Savior, 7. The boyhood of the, Savior This should be committed to memory. Car3on Taylor. 6. 21-4- 0. 41-5- 2.' .J j- ,4 THE ADAIRTCOUNTYSNEWS learned the method of distin guishing between the good and poor layers in tneir poultry flocks' this fall by attending poultry culling demonstrations held over the county by County Agent F. B. Wilson and the extension division of the College of Agriculture at Lexington. Four Wayne county farmers have completed arrangements to cooperate with County Agent H. mall matter. J. Hayes and the extension di A dispatch from New York vision of the College of AgriculTUESD AY NOV J 281922. dated the 22nd says: George ture at Lexington in conducting Clemenceau today prepared to demonstrations on their farms rest after having delivered, in this fall in order to give farmers SUBSCRIPTIONCPRICE: Kentucky W his first address in the United in that section of the state some $2.00 Out He of Kentucky States, a warning to Americans of the practical pointers on cat JSBBnbicrlptlon aredu andlPayable in Ad ' that German militarists were tle feeding. BCa preparing for another war. In Scrub livestock gradually is Hon. Ralph Gilbert carried ev- this address, spoken in the Met giving way to purebreds in Balery county in the 8th district but ropolitan Opera House last night lard county, County Agent E. A. two, and he greatly reduced the before an immense audience, Whalin says. Four purebred Republican majority in the two. the war Premier of France voicJersey cows and one outstanding His official majority in the en- ed what he termed friendly critregistered Jersey bull recently tire district is 5,494. Some icisms of the United States for was bought by farmers in the attitude, declaring county. its post-wthat after mixing its blood with The death sentence imposed that of the Allies, it had stepped Fed The Cows. on Frank Thomas, of Louisville, leavout of international affairs ' for murdering Lee J. A'b'egust ing Europe in a snarl. He urged November, 26, 1921, was affirm- The time of the year is about America to renew conversations ' ed by the Court of Appeals. The profits .from Kenwith France and ' Great Britain here when the Ti whoIeGourt sat in the case and tucky farm dairy herds begin to to present a united front to i'v Chief Justice Rollm Hurt wrote given good and show that the terms drop unless cows are Abe-guthe opinion. The killing of kept in comfortable if of the Versailles treaty, inqluri-in- g feed and occurred on the 18th street according to J. J. Hooper, the payment of the repara-tion- s, barns, road. department of must be carried out. He head of the dairy Althe College of Agricultnre. Chairman Cordull Hull, of the did not attempt 'to indicate how though Kentucky winters are America should again take up National Democratic-Committenot as long or as severe as those is being congratulated by Demo- her hand in international affairs, famous dairy sections ot crats from all parts of the coun but said that he might speak of of the the North, the same- - careful try over the recent Democratic that later. methods that help northern landslide. Keep Cnrdell in the An indicated increase of 2 per dairymen and farmers get'.bigger saddle and the party will ride to food to profits from their diary cows can in victory in the next Presidential cent the retail cost of the average family in the United be used to advantage by farmers campaign. States during the month ending in this state. Former President Woodrow October 13 has been reported by "From now until next spring, Wilson has not yet recovered the Bureau of Labor Statistics of cows should have a pound of from his long spell of sickness. the Department of Agriculture, mixed feed for every three and pounds of milk that He is improving rapidly, and one based on the prices of 43 article writer says that if he fully re- in 51 cities. By cities San Fran they give, and in addition should covers, no power upon earth cisco led with en increase of 6 be fed 10 pounds of clover, alcould keep his name from going per cent., while Philadelphia, falfa, or cowpea hay and 30 lbs. before the next National Demo- Boston and Los Angeles showed of sileage daily. A good grain 4 per cent,, and Buffalo, Cleve- mixture may be made of four cratic Convention for the land and New York were includ pounds of corn meal, two pounds ed in those reporting 3 per cent. of bran or shipstuff and two The Farmers (Home Journal No city reported a decrease, but pounds of cottonseed meal. If comes to us this week in its new the increase in a number, includ- sileage cannot be fed, some sucdress and make up. It is really ing Chicago, Indianapolis, and culent feed, like beet pulp, paper for the farmers of Milwaukee, was less than the f should be used unless the cows Kentucky and adjoining States, of per cent. Of the food can get plenty of green' grass. as it is published in Louisville, articles 4 snowed an increase "Dairy cows cannot be given where all the markets, live stock, which was indicated to be largetabacco, etc , will be printed ly seasonal, as much as 21 per good care at this time of the fresh from the stock yards and cent for fresh eggs and 10 per year unless they are kept in a store rooms. All agriculturists cent., for butter, while' 19 show- barn all night and part of the who want to keep posted and ed a decrease and the price of day. This being the case, comfort and healthful surroundings who want to read the best farm ten remained unchanged. for the cow are of first impormatter, should subscribe for the Plenty of light, good Farm and Home News From Over tance. Farmer's Home Journal, ventilation and lots of good bed ihe State ding are the big items in making There the cow comfortable. thorough A investigation Forty one Marion county square feet of should be made as to the cause poultry raisers are should be four of the death of six persons, an keeping records on 'their poultry window glass for each stall or entire family at Lancaster, Ohio, flocks to show that hens will lay stanchion while the windows a few days ago, Irvine Hender- more eggs during the winter if should be well distributed so son, wife and four children were they are fed right and kept in that each stable gets plenty of found dead. The father and good houses, County Agent, H. light. In order to get enough each cow requires at least mother were found sitting in J. Childress says. Those who air, positions, in chairs before are keeping records have entered 500 cubic feet of space. The air the fire. Four children were in their flocks in the winter egg in the stable must be changed bed, all fully dressed. The chi- laying project being conducted frequently if it is to stay fresh ldren ranged in age from 7 years over the State by the extension at all times. This should be done without causing drafts of to 18 months. division of the College of Agricold air on the cows or without culture, at Lexington. We appreciate the letters rrora unduly lowering the temperature Breckinridge county farmers Congressman Gilbert and Judge in the stable. Fresh air may be D. A. McCandless, endorsing the this fall showed their faith in admitted through windows hingu the value of cover crops for pro course we pursued in the late ed at the bottom and tipping tecting fields from washing and ., election; It will be remembered the leaching of plant food during that we claimed both bf these the winter by sowing 50 per "Bedding the cows frequently f gentlemen were in danger and cent, more rye than was planted twice a day with clean straw urged in every issue of the News Jast year, County Agent R. M. helps to keep them clean and that Democratic men and women Greene says. comfortable. Just before milk be at the polls. We were exA total of 211 farmers and ing is a good time 'to clean up I ' pecting the Republicans to get poultry raiserain Laurel county and'add fresh straw." out their full voce, and for that reason we advocated a fight up'published On Tuesdays on the part of the Democrats ' Keivtucky. from the rising of the sun until fd Golam6i&. 4 o'clock in the afternoon, on day. We have been Editor election V E.MURRELL, Mob watching elections for quite a RS. DAISY HAMLETT. number of years, and we have Newspaper devoted to the A Democratic found where a candidate runs of the city off Columbia'and tthe People like he was badly scared, he in.f Adair and adjoinSnsrlCounUes. Overconfidence variably wins. as second has lost many elections. 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The internal gear final drive and all other st four-cylinder It is designed i in 1 International Motor Trucks, speed 2000-poun- d 4 a servtruck for heavy-dut- y ice. Bodies can be supplied for every hauling purpose. ; d truck to the 4 H ! - ' ! - Call, isrite or phone ' fv - . International Harvester v of America Incorporated) V Company - & tj i' Dealer for Adair, Taylor and Green Counties j RCHfrLF O L f ?L 63 R mil f" g Sn. " LOWC ST'HAU J: H", l J V THE ADAIR COUNTYiNEWS 9 Farm fir Sale. is a victim of rheumatism, and his son states that the stayfat. Martinsville was very beneficial.. He thinks thai Bal97 A. 70 acres in cultivation. his father will recover. ance in timber. Price and terms Mr. Marcus Bale, Russell Springs, reasonable. See ' who,- - travels for a Louisville candy "The Fourth of July." A. F. Scott, Casey Creek, Ky. house, was here, a few days since. t Mr. I. W. Hodgen, Louisville, was By S. P. Stapp. Bear in mind that the evangelistic here a few days since. July the Fourth! All hail the day! meeting will start at the Methodist We greet with joy and mirth, Mr. Mat Lancaster, Louisville, was meeting next Sunday. calling upon Columbia merchants a The day that tells us of the time When Freedom had her birth: lew days since. Slight snow fell here last Sunday Mr. J. 0. Hurt, Chicago, 111., was at When our forefathers dareti to strike night, but it did not remain upon the From hands the cruel chains the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. ground. Of bondage; till thpse hands made Messrs. JR. Lee Clore and J. N. Travels of a Dollar. free Clore, Prospect Kentucky, were huntAs Agent for heirs of Mattie R. Griffin, Dec'd., I will on premises, on Our liberty should gain. . ing in Adair last week. Campbellsville and Columbia Turnpike, Romine, of dol Consider the rounds of Mr L. N. Richards, Scottsville, Ky , Look backward through the mist opposite yearo Confederate monument, in was here a few days ago. lar when spent at home. To that epochal time, Taylor County, on , Mr. J L. Denton, Paris, Ky., was The farmer receives it in exWhen patriots in those famed halls here a few days ago, change for produce he, ships to Struck forth that work sublime. Mr. 0. B. Hubbard, St. Louis, was Close by the city markets. the stately walls without at the Jefiries Hotel a few days since. The people anxious stand; He pays it to the grocer. Dr. Robert I. Blakeman, of India- Eager they are to hear the news The grocer's wife must have At 10:00 a. m. Sharp, napolis, is here shooting blrdj. and And send it o'er the land. a new gown, and it goes to the seeing his many friends. "Tis done' 'Tis done, they've dared Offor for sale Highest and Best Bidder, Public Auction to dry goods man. Dr. L F. Page, of Indianapolis, who tosdgn!" spent a week here, hunting, left FriWithout,' the people cry; That gentleman pays it to his day for his home. While in. Columbia And heralds hasten with the news help, and the latcer hands it ovhad the pleasure of meeting his old he To spread to towns near by. er to the shoe dealer. friends. And every where the news is borne Fronting on said Turnpike, and with county r.oad on one side of it, and on which Mr. Shoe Dealer wants a new Mr. H B. Ingram, who has been in With hasty step and breath, of very valuable timber. This land will be offered in suit and the clothing man gets is a large rather a feeble condition for six or A noble patriot's words go forth, Five (5) Different Lots As shown by Survey and Blue which will be 'T1b liberty or death!" eight months, has not been feeling so well for the past week. A car goes on the blink and shown purchasers; of land will be offered as a whole and entire A lonely lad, a sentinel, Mrs. Lee Tuney and their Encouraged at the sight, Mr. and sale-b- ut the clothier transfers it to the way brings Right is Reserved to reject most will be little son, Danville, visited in Colum- To the aged sexton on the tower . garage man. . any and all bids. Cries out with all his might, bia last week. SV man is a pious, sort TfeRMS-Lan- d The garage on one and two years will be sold fpr one-thi- rd cash, and Ring! They've Grandpa, Mr. L. E- - Sharp, of Liberty, was In "Ring! colof a bird and drops it intof;. Bigned! They've signed! ed Columbia last Thursday. from date with Lien credit, in equal Bonds Bearing lection plate at Sunday aefcvices. The people shall be free." Mr. and Mrs. Embry L. Swearingen. good personal security required of on purchaser. No land, peals ring out Then it reaches the ijctjurcb of Louisville, visited Judge and Mrs And then with silver except what, is used on land to be or removed from premises The bell of liberty. W. W. Jones and Mr. G. R. Reed and treasurer, and he tickles; the4 (A ' . is made. second wife the latter part of last week. Mr. If we but listen, we can hear palm of the preacher with it, President of the Down through the silent years, Swearingen is the and the ministerial gentleman soon as bond is executed 'and accepted. Possession given The silver pealing of that bell First National Bank, Louisville. slips it to the milliner,. kin exThat rings away our fears Miss Bess Dohoney was seriously ill decedent, a lot of household same time and-place- , residence of. change for a hat for Mrs. At Of tyrant power IiTlnstills l ' , several days last week. will be sold Terms on same made known on day of A passion for the right, preacher or as part payment and kitchen Mrs. C. H. Cravens, who is soon to And makes us brave to battle still, thereon. of land wiUfind same Any one wishing to see blue Romine post' office preside over the Campbellsville Hotel, For freedom with our might. spent last Thursday at the Jefiries Mrs. Milliner needs some face taking items iu Hotel keeping. Today no tyrant king attempts Hotel, cream, and the beauty parlor or Our people to oppress, Hatcher, of Glasgow, who Mr. D. E. drug store gets it. Aud yet some tyrant from within is one of the best known commercial Fain would all laws suppress. Then it goes to another grocer Agent for heirs of Mattie R. Griffin, Dec'd? men who travels this section, was in Some Bolsheviki, with red hands for foodstuffs and the grocer Columbia, meeting his trade and Would rule, all laws defied, hands it over to the farmer for friends last week. And cast away all sacred rights New Paper For Farmers. produce and the dollar starts on Mr W. R. L von and Mr. J. Allen For which our fathers died Sanders, Campbellsville, were in Coanother round ot calls. Then come again, Oh Spirit nigh, Thursday. lumbia last Louisville, Ky., Nov. That . A sort of endless chain, you Of Seventeen-seventy-six- ! was Mr. R M. Hardesty, Lebanon, Kentucky farmers are to have a Come fire our souls with love for right, know. our midst a few days ago. iu And in our bosoms fix But if the farmer had sent paper printed in their own state and Gus Dunbar, A steadfast zeal, a patriotism, MeBsrs J. V that dollar to a cata ogue house and devoted exclusively to their Knifley, were here, transacting busiA loxalty that's true; where in heck would it be by own interests, is the declaration ness, last Friday. in life's battle, come what may, That of principles and announcement this time ? The right we'll dare to co. Mr J. C. Blair, who lives near Lake current Certainly not in the community! of policies contained in the City, Iowa', has been visiting and July the Fourth! Again, All Haii! issue of the New Farmers Of all the days the best! looking after some uusiness here for coming from the the past ten days. He has not sold To every patriot eoiil that day An lndianapoli3 syndicate pro- Home Journal Shall be fotever b county nor his merweek. An aggressive, his farm in Adair Then may we keep with loyal hearts poses a $7,000,000 dam for Lick- press this cantile business, and says that he may The spirit of her birth, fight will be made ing River in Kentucky to devel- return some time in the future, And ever live so freedom shall in the farmers' behalf, in .state1 op power. Not perish from the earth. though very pleasantly Situated in and national legislative assemIowa. blies, looking toward a closer unMr. Jo C. Sim'ms, Lebanon, was ity of interests between an inK$ here a day or two of last week. terests between an industry and Humphreys, Knifley, was Mr. J. T. PROPERLY gloved, the finNot enly fhe proper glove, business with agriculture, in in Columbia last Friday. ishing touch of a well dressed but the bet , love that money end the best part man. And the Stetson r csne on can bi:j which the driving power uf the Mr. T. L. Walker, Casey Creek, of it all is that Stetson gloves the clasp is the best assurance. made a business trip to Columbia last nation'swealth will put behind Stetson gloves of domestic and are not hig'i priced. There are Stetson gloves for imported fabrics kids and leathFriday. the farmers first, as the chief women and children as weU ers offer the prcoT ovc for evas for men. Margaret Hamlett, little daughter ery purpose ar.d c very occasion. support of everything else, acwas quite of Mrs: Daisy Hamlett, .who cording to D. B. G. Rose, presi sick with diptheria, ist week, is condent of the reorganized Journal, siderably better, and will likely be oldest farm paper in the state well the last of this week. and the olny one to be published Mr. Thomas Carter, Washington, D. Columbia, Kentucky. in Kentucky. C , and Mrs Clarice Cioyd, Nashville, Teun , are visiting their cousin, Miss A special correspondent is Kate Dohoney. 'keeping an eye on Congres3 at Kentucky farmer ministration, it is understood, Judge aud Mrs Junius Hancock Washington, according to the is al voice of the policies are to be ' The first isbue under the new left Saturday for Catilectsburg, aud sue how published, and it is un and that its management goes to 26,000 sub-real, will spend Thauksgiving with Prof, madenup and carried llf may of whom had ' derstood the Washington letters and Mrs. W. M. Wilson. Every suscriber be- - paid their subscription5? o the by him. will 'fte a permanent feature Alien Young, a little son of Mr. aud ver comes a member, of the family j old management but nad Twelve different departments r.ho gotten on the. li i J W. Young has oeen quite sick Mrs. Farmers been responsible the dis council of the 'New for h not cover the entire agricultural for several days PERSONAL PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE LAND the the the at the , Thursday, December at the 91 14, 1922, Acres of Valuble Land amount first it Prints then the tract the the it the the Installments, the and . the rest Interest re-tain- the timber, ' the as cut payment until the at the the furniture sale psint at W. S. GRIFFIN, the -- - non-politic- al MA NAHS urea. i " GLVES 3 Russell & Co. i ly -- Mr. R. A. Myers, of Louisville, who came out to hunt, has been quite sick it, the home of his parents for His wife arrived one several days. day last, week. Mrs, Jennie Messrs. W. A., Cuffsy, mother Of aud Geo. Coffey tp her room for the has been confined past week. Mr. L. M. Young, who went to Martinsville. Ind., witli his father, Mr. George Young, who lives in Cumberland county, returned home last ,sSunday): leaving' his father, at his Siome .near Bufkesvelle. , Mr.'; Yonng J. B., -- ' Home Journal, with not only the present organization 1 ed trict of news in Kentucky, tne asc. privilege, but the right he is re- to make good, tor a tim articles relative to theBurley frequently exercise, all such subscriptions t.a the ri'sfc Associa- quested to Tobacco tangible evidence of it -- n ity of telling the editors exactly tion, the Live Stock Improveof determination to get e farwhat he thinks and desires. Up mer a square deal. The editor-in-chie- f, ment Association, the fight led on the majority opininion will be not yet chosen, will be bj Kentucky breeders for better action of the paper in selected thru the assittance of that based the .. freight rates than those T - ' V.-jSKttOflE- ST ALL 1 H. TAYLOR, - Columbia; Ky. have threatened extinction of live stock industry in the South, particularly interesting ;being and informative. Announcement is made that the paper aspires to be. the liter-- 1 -i- - - behalf of the- - farmer and Kentucky farm interests. The present organization took the Farmers Home Journal over the hands of of a receiver after several months' suspension, due largely to inefficient business ad- - the subscribers Middlesboro in State Convention, passed? a The Baptists .at strong resolution to withhold support from institutions jul learning where Darwiaiamu-taugh- t - - ' "d-- ADAlR COUNTY NEWS aSBQ8&2Q&Q&&8gGQS&B0e$ 3 vealed. looked The I Strength of the Pines! & "Linda stood in tHe w,ay. Tt as lr sne nan aeuoernteiy thrown her own body as a shield between. Simon spoke then a single, terrible oath of hatred and jealousy. But in a second more he saw his triumph. Bruce swayed, reeled and fell in Linda's arras, and he saw her half-drahim into the house. He stood shivering, but not I"rom the cold that the storm had brought. "Come on," he ordered Young Bill. "I think we've downed him for good, but we've got to get that paper." v g I By Edison Marshall t The Voice Author of of (he Pack" '? V V V V V V Illustrations by Irwin Myers 322 acad from him with his arm ; was as if his strength flowed t& her. Her blazing eyes sought 'Pffi. and for a long second their wills settled. And then a deep wonder v&en&d. to come over her. ""What is it?" she hreathed. "What you found out? "She spoke In a strange and distant "roce. Slowly the fire died In her eyes, He held her Copyright bx little. Brown & Co. yP der. despair. it xwir But Simon did not' see all things clearly. He had little real knowledge of the little drama that had followed his shot from ambush. Human nature Is full of odd quirks and twists, and among other tilings, symptoms are misleading. There is an accepted way for men to act when they are struck with a rifle bullet. They are expected to reel, to throw their arms wide, and usually to cry out. The only trouble with these actions, as men who have been in battlefields know very well, is that they do not usually happen in real life. Bruce, with Linda's eyes upon him, took one rather long, troubled breath. And he did look somewhat puzzled. Then he looked down at his shoulder. "I'm hit, Linda," he said In a quiet way. "I think just a scratch." The tremendous shock of any kind of wound from a thirty-fortcaliber bullet had not seemingly affected him outwardly at all. Some hours were to pass before he completely understood. The truth was that the shock of that rifle bullet, ordinarily striking a blow of a half-tohad cost him for the moment an ability to make any logical interpretation of events. The girl moved swiftly, yet without giving an Impression of leaping, and stood very close and In front of him. In one lightning movement she had made of her own body a shield for his, in case the assassin in the covert should shoot again. Her arms went about and seized his shoulders.-- "Stagger," she whispered quickly. "Pretend to fall. It's the one chance to save you." He dispelled the mists in his own brain and obeyed her. He swayed, and her arms went about him. Then he y n, had a b'trong horse, they knew lEe trails, they carried rifles and would open fire at the first glimpse of the fugitives. Bruce was wounded ; slight as the Injury was, it would seriously handicap them in such a test as this. Their one chance was to keep to the remote trails, to lurk unseen in the thickets, and try to break through to safety. And they knew that only by the doubtful mercy of the forest gods could they ever succeort. Linda took the reins and pulled out of the trail, then encircled a heavy wall of brush. She did not wish to take the risk of Simon seeing their forms In the dimming lightning and opening fire so soon. Then she turned back into the trail and headed Into the storm. long-range, or 3 2 Baking Cans' os Powder Are Not Worth the Price of One If they are the "big can and cheap" kind because they may mean baking failures. Face And the Triumph on Bruce' Changed to a Singular Look of Wonink. Then he looked up with brightening eyes. t "What Is it?" she asked. "The secret agreement between your father and mine," he told her simply. "And we've won." He watched her eyes brighten. It seemed to him that nothing life had ever offered had given him the same pleasure. It was a moment of triumph. But before half of its long seconds were gone, It became a moment of A rifle spoke from the coverts beyond one sharp, angry note that rose side. He drew her away the lighted doorway, out of the i3Kng- - of any of the Turners that rhoilld turn to answer the rifle fire. '"Eke wind roared over the house and f;5j?7ept by in clamoring fury, the elec-"3- e storm dimmed and lessened as it ."Ssumeyed on. "These two knew that if death spared ftfeem in all the long passage ef their rsSars, they could never forget that The girl watched him breath-ifedoblivious to all things else. He censed wholly unaware of her now. "25sen was something aloof, impassive, rtisSnitely calm about him, and a great, sGJEP-nv- i ching understanding was in his ?m .31 32seJrawn features relaxed, her hands at her Simon had clear enough memory of the rifle fire that Linda had opened upon the clan to wisli to approach the house with care. It would be wholly typical of the girl to lay her lover on his bed, then go back to the window to wait for a sight of his assassin. She could look straight along a rifle barrel ! A few moments were lost as Young Bill and himself encircled the thickets, keeping out of the gleam of the smoldering tree. Its light was almost gone; It hissed and glowed In the wet snow. They crept up from the shadow, and holding their rifles ready, opened the door They were somewhat sur-- CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER Don'tletaBIGCAN or a very low price B U (AIM J16 MACK T A TW mislead you. Experimenting with an uncertain brand is exbecause it pensive money. Wastes time and SJWBAKIN0P0V1 BEST BY TEST The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. mo-ttssa- t. j, THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER hospita- -- r .3 J 4 u We were both most Mrs. Spencer Jones, wife of distinct and penetrating above the noise of tha distant thunder. A little the chief assistant of the British bly received by the employes 5Css- - Her own eyes suddenly filled tongue of fire darted, like a snake's astronomer royal, who is at who did all they could to give us head, In the darkness. And the triv2Kh tears. 'Lhida, there's something come to umph on Bruce's face changed to a Christmas Island to observe a a good time. Theirs is a strange 3&s and I don't know that I can make singular look of wonder solar eclipse, has written the de- existence, although news of all iiesai understand. I can only call it CHAPTER XXVIII fM&iv&fitii a new strength and a great-s- r tails of her visit to the Cocos Is- sorts passess through the cables strength than I ever had before. they only receive a mail once in To Simon, the night had seemingly lands, in the Indain Ocean. SSSs something that the pine that ' all. It had fell forward. ended after .srsat tree that we just saw split open looked In triumph, while. Tho bolt of "I really felt as though I must three months, There i3 a little dark for a Sfcis heen trvinir to tell me for n lone Her strong arms encircled his waist "SScas Oh, can't you see, Linda? There lightning, setting fire to the pine, had and with all her magnificent young be some curiosity escaped from to do on the island itself, which deranged all of his. plans. His men strength she dragged him to the door. "GfeTJwwd, hundreds of years so great, is very small' though good fishthe zoo," she says. -had been thrown from their horses, It was noticeable, however to all S3 wise In a moment broken the blazing pine tree had left them eyes except Bruce's that she kept TEfcca reed. It takes away my "I am on my way back to ing, bathing, boating, and ten' 2t makes me see myself exposed to fire from the house, and her own body as much as she could Christmas Island from a trip to nis serve to releive what might they had not yet caught their mounts between him and the ambush. In an aas il Teally am. And that means and rallied. Young Bill and himself, instant they were in the darkened Sfcwer." the Cocos Islands, the small otherwise become a very monoto VHis eyes blazed, and he caught her however, had tied their horses before room. Bruce stood up, once more It Was Old Elmira, Cold and Sinister ctoud of coral islands in the nous existence. the lightning had struck and had lin- - wholly master of himself. 33Ms 4r his. as a Rattler in Its Lair. ""Ii was a symbol, Linda, not only gered In the thickets in front of the "You're not hurt bad?" she asked South Indian Ocean where the This Is The Month aCUh wilderness, but of powers higher house for just such u chance as had quickly. prised to find It unlocked. The truth been given them. tnS&d .greater than the wilderness. "No. Just a deep scratch In the was It had been left thus by design; German raider.Emuen, ultimate He had not understood wfcy Bruce arm muscle near the shoulder. Bullet Linda did not wish them to encircle ly met her doom. dSiw-othat can look down, and not t away by passion, and not had not opened fire on the fleeing just must have grazed me. But it's the house to the rear door and dist "The natives or at least the To give thanks. fSjfeto tear to pieces those who in their Turners. He wondered If his enemy bleeding pretty bad." cover Bruce and herself In the act of tSbSSy harm them. There's uo room for were out of ammunition. The tragedy "Then there's no time to be lost." departure. The room was In darkof those who were To eat fresh Pork. tggfft things as vengeance in this new of the Sentinel Pine had had no mean- Her hands in her eagerness went ness, and the two intruders rather decendants To get the oak sprouter starting for him ; and he had held his rifle again to his shoulder. There's no room for "Don't you expected to find Bruce's body on the brought to the islands by the malice, and hatred, and blood- - cobked and ready for the instant that see he'll be here in a minute. We'll threshold. first settlers are Malays, inter- ed. Bruce had shown himself. These were mountain men ; and they steal out the back door and try to To cut and burn the fence row Young Bill had heard his little ex- ride down to the courts before they had been in rifle duels before. They mixed, with Scotch, Chinese and She knew that this j tJSsr'sCoima strength did not mean re- - ultant gasp when Linda and Bruce had can overtake us " had the sure instincts of the beasts of Zulu blood, the features peculiar weeds. Plainly tfCQgsrcuation of her cause. It did not mean come out Into the firelight. In one instant he had grasped the prey in the hills without, and among gutters of lac- tfcat he would give over his attempt they had kept track of all the attack- Idea; and he laughed softly In the other things they knew It wasn't wise to each being still reconizable in To clean the roof 'reinstate her as the owner of her ing party that had been vilble, and gloom. "1 know. Jf'll snatch two to stand long in an open doorway with cumulated dirt and leaves. IvXsme's estates. It only meant that the supposed that all their enemies had blankets and the food. You get the the firelight of the ruined pine behind many uaiauiauucs. your eyes on the gor-eoCisptitKfc xf personal vengeance was gone. He felt the movement of Si- horse." them. "Although cbey irequentiy see To feast 3fid within him. He knew now the mon's strong arms as he rfclsed the She sprang out the kitchen door colors of autumn forests. They slipped quickly Into the darkmen. they had never seen paHcsw as ever that the duty of the rifle. Those arms were never) steadier. and he hurried into the bedrooms. ness. Then they stopped and lis- white To watch the price of eggs ? usiti "That dwell upon the earth is to do In the darkness the younger man He snatched two of the warmest tened. The room was deeply silent. a white woman before, and r"SseJr Elicited tasks, and without hatred could not see his face, but' his own blankets from the beds and hurled They couldn't hear the sound that mount, and prod the pullets into raz&auoithoat passion to overcome the fancy pictured it with entire Clearness. them over his shoulder. He hooked both of them had so confidently ex- wherever I went I was followed XEStcnltIes that stand in the way. She The eyes were narrowed an& red, the the camp ax on his belt, then hastened pectedthe faint breathing of a dying by a crowd of fifty to a hundred laying. CGS2B3X.V& that If one of the Turners lines cut deep about the btoodhound into the little kitchen. He took up man. Simon struck a match. The in the hen I was To stop every draft taold-lcawomen and children. through the door and at- - lips, and mercy was as far crom him the little sack containing a few pounds room was quite deserted. house and guard against colds taEaae'tlier, Bruce-woulkill him without as from the Killer who hunted on the of jerked venison, spilled out a few "What's up?" Bill demanded. much amused by some, of the or regret. Sue knew that he distant ridge. pieces for Elmlra, and carried it Simon turned toward him with a and roup. "wssatd ji ake very effort to bring the But Simon didn't fire at once. The with a few pounds of flour out to scowl, and the match flickered and women feeling my arms and then To gather a good supply of (Earo?'- to the law. But the ability two were coming steadily toward him, meet Linda. The horse still stood burned out in his fingers. "Keep your my ankles to make sure, I suptBrtehoot a fleeing enemy in the back, and the nearer they were the better saddled, and with deft hands they rifle ready. He may be hiding somegarden soil for use in 'Window "Cpcssause of wrongs done long ago, was his chance of success in the unsteady tied on their supplies and fastened pose, whether the white silk where still able to shoot." gardens and starting boxe3 belight. He sat as breathless, as wholly the blankets In a long roll In front of TXBSSl They stole to the door of Linda's stockings I was wearing were . nSme'S- vision "had come to him. He free from telltale motion as a puma the saddle. nfcm and listened. Then they threw fore the ground freezes. "Get on," she whispered. Itfccsv thru" if vengeance had been the who waits in ambush for an approach'Til get it wide. flesh or not. To see that the seed corn is 3E?ted of the powers that ruled thp ing deer. He meant to take careful up behind you." One of their foes was in this room 'I went into a number of the She spoke in the utter darkness; crJil. tin- - sphere would have been aim. It was his big1 chance, and he dry before hard an implacable foe whose eyes were with fire long since. To stand Intended to make the most of it. he felt her breath against his cheek. built of the thoroughly glittering and strange in the match-ligh- huts which were Make sure freezing weather. f3fara anil straight and unflinching; not The two had halted beside the Then the lightning came dimly and But it was neither Bruce nor leaves of the cocanut palm, and ruined pine, but for a moment Simon showed him her face. a "jud'f-- , not to condemn, not to guess. was old Elmlra, cold and This was true strength. "No, Linda," he replied quietly. Linda. It clean. you have plenty don't held his fire. They stood rather close as a rattler in its lair. Simon found them remarkably sinister alone " To feed the young pullets "H know." the girl said, her thoughts together; he wanted to wait until "You are going off and hurried on. Cleanliness is insisted by the She cut him with a despairing cursed her his rifle dSEnderlng afar. "Perhaps the name Bruce offered a clear target. And at cry. Holding like a club, he heavily. Proper care this month "Oh, please, Bruce I won't I swung through into Bruce's room, srovernor. to the autocratic na 233rat.U is tolerance." the I'll stay here, then " that Instant Bruce had drawn bring a big egg lj "Perhaps," he nodded. "And lighted another match, then darted ture of whose rule it would be will do a lot to leather wallet from the tree. it is only worship!" yield in December. Curiosity alone stayed Simon's finger i Don't you see?" he demanded. into the kitchen. In the dim match-ligh- t difficult to find a parallel. Yet as Bruce had opened it. He saw the "You can make it out without me. the truth went home to him. To get all the corn fodder un"TJie Turners had gone.v The gleam of the white paper in the dim I'm wounded and bleeding, and can't " He turned, eyes glittering-- . "They've his rule is exercised ior tne tell how long I can keep up. We've gone lightning revealed the entire cover, where it can be fed light; and then he understood.' on Dave's horse," he said. only got one horse, and without me natives. He is, as it der party half a mile distant and rigid, unwaverSimon was a man of "Thank God, they've only got one good of the conveniently. One of the slavl; vrot of rifle range on the ridge; and ing and his usual way to weigh him down you can get down horse between 'em and can't go fast. were, the kindly father of a together out was to look a long time between the to the courts " 3EScuce add Linda stole jobs is hauling' fodder You ride like h 1 up the trail toward "And leave you here to be mur family of ignorant children ish winter .Xnito'the storm. sights before he fired. Yet the sight tho store they might have gone that large precious The green foliage of the tree had of that document the missing Folger-Ros-s dered? Oh, don't waste the go with- way. Keep close watch and shoot even to the extent of adminis every few days from the field. seconds any more. I won't ioSready burned away, but some of the agreement on which had hung out." To begin to make friends with out you. I mean it. If you stay here, when you can make 'em eyes widened. tering corporal punishment for 3?per branches still glowed against victory or defeat sent a violent im"You mean" Bill's the birds. A little regular feed'$? dark sky. A fallen branch smol-Sre- pulse through all his nervous system. I do, too. Believe me If you ever be"Mean I I mean do as I say. Shoot minor offenses. lieved anything." on the ground, hissing in the For the first time in his memory his you can't see 'em, and ing will make one's home a real Once more the lightning revealed by sound, If pda&vand It lighted their way. "The natives receive free reflexes got away from hlra. don't lose another second or I'll shoot bird haven, and many can be i&wed and mystified, Bruce halted It had meant too much ; and his fin- her face, and on It the determination you, too. Aim for the man if a There is great tree. He ger pressed back. Involuntarily against of a zealot. He knew that she spoke chance offers but shoot, anyway. medical atteudance. "fcjafore the rujn of the you thru the dispensary, "with a coaxed to stay with 'aaOnhnost forgotten the stress of the the trigger. He had not taken his us- the truth. He climbed with some diff- Don't stop hunting till you find them aapment Just passed. It did not even ual deliberate aim, although he had iculty Into the saddle. A moment they'll duck off in the brush, sure. winter. Farm Life. fine drug cheat and operating to" him that some of his enemies, seen Bruce's figure clearly between more and she swung up behind him. through, everything is lost. get kCur before, .might still be lurking The entire operation had taken an If they seen the sights the Instant before he fired. around the moun- table, taken from the Emden. A mattress manufacturer in time. I'll take the trail 'the shadow, watching for a" chance Simon was a rifleman, bred In the astonishingly short period of tela tain." spent a short time at West Virginia, who spent $100,- "We also They stood a. moment In bone, and he had no reason to think Bruce had worked like mad, wholly MSqSiarm. They raced o their horses, untied disregarding his Injured arm. ' Just "Then Bruce uttered one little that the hasty aim meant a complete attence. them, and mounted swiftly. The dark- Direction Island, where there is 000 in trying to secure the Reand stretched his arm Into the miss. He did realize, however, the beyond, Simon with ready rifle was ness gwallowed them at once. fjmp a station of the Eastern exten- publican nomination for the SenSSjUow that the ciett in tne iron nau difficulties of night shooting a real- 'creeping toward the house. "Which way?" Bruce asked. rwealed. TO BE CONTINUED ization that all men who have lingered sion Telegraph company, with ate, has been tried for his coel m around the moun"The v4Ehe.Ufib.t from a burning branch be-- after dusk In the 'duck blind expericables ruaning to Singapore, Ja- mption fund and fined $1'000 mm "had shown him a small, dark ence sooner or later1 and he Jooked tain," she whispered. "Simon will White Woman Thrills Island. cSject that had evidently, been Inserted up over his sights to see the result of oVertake us on the other he's got a va, Adelaide and Durban. There and also disfranchised for three mountain isSrhe hollow tree trunk through some his shot His had com- - magnificent horse. On the chanoS to fBttIeapcxture that had either since jpletely returned to him; and he was trail we'll have a better London, November 13. The are about twenty white employes years, keep out of his sight." iSagiea Closed .tip or they had never company, but the married perfectly cold about the whole matter. She, spoke hurriedly, yet conveyed Cocos islands had a great thrill of the It was a leathern wallet, and he From the first second he knew A new oil lamp has been inones are not allowed to have entin jpRtrnesi a few weeks ago. &Sfcce opened It under Linda's startled had not completely missed. He raised Jjer .message with they oJLfl to fafl 94 per cenfi Thev knew what jfefrr "He drew out a single white his rifle to shg6t fega(fl. A white woman appeared on their wives with them. I am, vented, which burni ttiri V?titwti und ttrftj&vlkt rf tlili Ho longer re wMKC. But BrucaOoay.n light thin i.m TJp.with himN$wa lose 110 tiniehoiilwiaa, tne first white worn therefore the first white woman air, and gives a better jfc held It in the light, and his P"gfog n pursuit. They each iQ ever there. to have stayed on the island. eithtr electricity or lr hBce Bwept down Its lines of faded -sSSr-tai s Ssa--swcp- mur-serin- d EZcnda-uuflerstoo- "" us p -- sarr-TTic- y - - t. -- pos-ts$i- dlni-i-Soi- c: self-contro- a- well-equipp- ed -- out-tral- rrsfl -- self-contr- ol ob-afcv- I gn va . - - ffits- .f, ;:.: WVJUi. 1- a. ii . . ...... swcjvir. . . K ADAIR CtUJSTT NEWS & )K)K Colun bia Barber Shop SUGGESS OF PARLEY: ' X WITH TURKS DOUBTED PEACE TREATY LOOKED AS A MERE TRUCE AT PARIS UPON M U. TO ES PLANS FKMA LGnifcNE VICTOR H. ARN0L& X j? Sc KEMBUST PICT S. May Join Allies in Treaty With Turkey. AWAIT - MORAN A LOWE Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfaction; and Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. Greeks Are Purchasing Arms And Munitions to Equip Their Armies and Make Up Losses They Suffered During Retreat From Asia Minor. LAUSANNE MEET 33KKXXXXXXilXKXXKK DEHLER BROTHERS 116 Egst Market Street CO., Telephone Main 2167 LOUISVILLE, KY. Roofing, Fencing, Hard- ware, Contractors Supplies. Asohalt, Shihgles. LADY 6GT SO WEAK GOULD SCARCELY STAND t Paris. While the Lausanne Conference has assembled to bring to fin:settlement the last series of wars that were part and parcel of the great European conflict, there Is still muh speculation as to whether peace or war will be the outcome of that conference. In many quarters It is felt that if a peace treaty is signed it will be in effect a mere truce. On the one hand it is known the Greeks already are seeking loans whereby they may be able to equip their army and make up for munition losses which they suffered during the retreat In Asia Minor. The Greeks feel that if they hold Saloniki it must be by their own hands. They have before them the lesson of the manner in which the Allies gave a large portion of Thrace to the Turks. On the other hand, it is known that the Turks are, for the moment, short of powder. While they are endeavoring to conclude and maintain peace so far as concerns Europe, if it should appear to he necessary to their new national interests they would not hesitate to use force of arms to back up what they feel to be their rights. However, such a condition is not embarrassing to the Turkf, who are aware that' a large number of Russian munition works are actively engaged In the making of heavy guns and powder. Whether the Russians wdll be able to sell to the Turks the large quantities of powder needed in modern warfare is a question, but munition experts point out that the Turks douht-Ie.- s would be able to purchase from other sources if the Russians felt they might need the supplies for their own purposes. - Will Be Either Separate or Communal Agreement, as Conditions Warrant Possible Mandates May Involve American Rights. Washington, Nov. 16. The United States will not hesitate to negotiate one or more separate treaties of amity and commerce with Turkey and possibility with the Allied powers in order to safeguard American interests la the Near East. While this government is confining its participation in the Lausanne conference to official observers, there will probably result from the conference one or more treaties of amity and commerce. Whether it will be necessary to negotiate a treaty with Turkey alone depends on the character of the settlement of Lausanne and particularly on the degree of independence with which Turkey emerges frorr the conference. Will Protect U. S. Interests. Whether or not the treaties, protecting American interests as outlined In the sent to London. Paris and Rome by Secretary of State Hughes, will be negotiated separately with the Allied powers and with Turkey or negotiated jointly, this government intends to secure adequate treaty guarantees for every phase of interest enunciated by the secretary of state. The American official observers at Lausanne have been informed that this country has no intention of becoming a signatory to the general peace treaty that will be framed, but they have also been informed that this country will not rest content with snch assurances of protection as are given In the general peace featy. Like German Treaty. From the United States' standpoint, therefore, the situation at Lausanne assumes pretty much the came complexion as that which existed between this country and Germany after the failure of the Versailles treaty of passage in the senate. aide-memoire Congressman Frank L. Greene of Vermont, Republican, who has been elected to the United States senate. 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Tuber, director of agriculture, and A. E. Anderson, director of grain marketing, who represented 'Ohio at fhe convention. JAPANESE CAN'T BECOME Preaching no doctrine nnl ifeffVEtc forth no promise f salvation. steuxr CITIZENS OF THE U. S. II. Arnold Is the founder oJ Vsbe' York's newest church a Chu-oii-End Churches. He has star7a avfc Supreme Court at Washington Gives series of Sunday morning ttiVs Out Vital Decision Rules They his iew of "The Trat&. Are Not White. says that his method is simple-.j 53 -Washington. Nov. 14. Thp rJnlrwl quires only that the individual p KvsSt States Supreme court held that Jap to the teachings of Christ. Mr. .terjciSJi anese are not white within the mean- was born In Bristol, England. 3- i- - --years he has been a bom? ing of the American law and are not cent man and president of the Tra: t&f entitled to citizenship In the United States. The decision wus u confirma- Commonwealth, Madison. Wis c he retired and now at i' tion of a ruling by the California Cirhe says he is- 3teterrwS?J cuit Court of Appeals in - test case brought by Takao Ozuwu of Honolulu, to spend the rest of his life artir ?- who claimed he was "white" and a pathfinder for others on the. vjm3 tiE therefore eligible for citizenship In religion. the United States. The Supreme court of the state of Washington was GERMANY'S CABINET QUITS; upheld In denying citizenship to MANY RIOTS REP.QR.TEEb Takjui Yamashlta and Charles Hio Kono of Seattle In the same decision. The decision held that the two Japanese were not entitled to naturaliza- Wirth's Rule Collapses Wmiri Saiia?.--ist- s tion under United States laws and Reject Coalition Mocey therefore could not enter a business Panic Brings Crisis. partnership. The Supreme court's decision In Berlin. Nov. 15. Chancellor- VTszitfSri these cases has long been awaited, cabinet resigned after attempt U particularly on the Pacific coast, avert the crisis through the a(frr&'uxr. j where feeling exists. of industrialists into the coaHlteK xuzt Ozawa contended he was entitled istry had failed. The united SonxKsr: to American citizenship as e descend- parties refused to act with the- ijjia-trial- s, ant of the white tribe of Aisu. He who are headed by Uevs? BIG FOUR RAIL UNIONS BREAK started his fight 'or citizenship sev- Stinnes. leader of . the People's eral years ago in Hawaii, but was deThe party leaders were closvrs bl W. S. Stone, Chief of Engineers, feated In the courts there and also the reichstag chamber room for Takes Stands Against Lee of in the higher courts In California. The Socialists remains u Trainmen. Ozawa has lived in Hawaii since his mant on their refusal to particivwas ' childhood and ws educated In the a new government until an offirfc. f- Cleveland, O., Nov. 10. Open war- American schools there. avowal was made by the iml. ir3sss . fare, brewing for some time In the Yamashlta presented an argument leaders of their stand that th t'E "Big Four" railroad brotherhoods, was similar to that of Ozawa He ap- hour day was the basic necessn when Warren S. Stone, pealed to the Supreme court when the I roclaimed the mark. grand chief of the Brotherhood of courts of the state of Washington deny Disorders in seeral parts o4 Locomotive Engineers, lined up with nied him the i.rivilcge of incorporatofc5 followed :he resignuti-- -. the Switchmen's Union of North Amer- ing a real estate company because of Chancellor WIrth und his cabmv. acica, in an attempt to take switchmen his Ineligibility of citizenship. cording to reports here. Police t. iss&kl' members from the Brotherhood m an alleged communist demonstrvtiier:.. Uailroud Trainmen, headed by W. U ROADS RECOVER FROM STRIKE in the market place at Co"' gnt-- . MK Lee. ts ing four and wounding twelvt calling f" a general sisltaE.-wer- e Need of Number of Freight Cars in U. S. TO AID QUAKE VICTIMS seized. Repairs Is Smallest in Last Food riots which broke out & IEa Twenty Months. seldorf were suppressed b; KritliS. i President Harding Sends Two Cruis10. The rail- troops. Four were killed and "voa.-woundeers, the Cleveland and DenWashington, Nov ver, to Chile. roads have entirely recovered from the shopmen's strike of last summer, 10. Nov. Washington, President and are now carrying one of tht HEIRS TO GIVE UP MILLION greatest volumes of traffic In their Harding directed that two cruisers Five Brothers of Jacob Gimbrf history. to proceed at once to Uuasct range to Meet Wish of the Dead: Reports received by the car servlci Chile, with food, clothing and medical Millionaire. supplies for relief in the region tha division of the American Railway association show that there were hu: has been devastated by the earth New York, No. l."V. The live fctrwirk-e- rs Secretary Denby designated 249,900 freight cars in need of e quake. of the late Jacob Glmbel ol cruisers Cleveland and Denver, pairs on November 1. This is th the who was .ead of 'henumber recorded since which were ordered to proceed at smallest operating stores ia ZSrrt 1. 1921. once. March 2 nt : 3s' tns-Jrr- fifty-nin- e, - - anti-Japane- - rs. -- j- - fact-stabiliz- ing Sfisr--ma- Pcns-phle- -- d. P2sS-adelph- ia, - GfcabaSf-corporation-, DRY AGENTS ' USE CANNON Rum-Runnin- Fire Shot Across Bow to Stop Ship Off New g Jersey Coast. Atlantic City, N. J., Nov. 17. Ending a spectacular chase 0 more than an hour off this coast, federal coast guards captured the auxillar schooner Edwin H. Berke. A cargo of $3.00 EAGLE"MIKAD0" 3HssPX Pencil No. 174 commander, and Sidney Calmer, his crew, were arrested. A shot was fired Montgon.erj. Ala. A number of across the schooner's bow to halt It delegates to the United Daughters of ti.e Confederacy convention in MAJORITY OF 87 FOR LAW came here to visit the "First White House of the Confederacy," the Labor Runs Second in Number of historic Alabama State Capitol, the Members of British Parliament home of Jefferson Davis, the first and Lloyd George Third only President of the Confederate States of America. London, Nov. 17.-- According to un- cases of Nassau liquor was conliscated and Hurry Go,kler, its 100 Historic Capital Visited ui Sixty Persons Drown For bale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO v Made in five grades ASK FOIt THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Mexicali, Lower Cal. More than CO persons drowned when a boat capsized while a landing was being attempted at La Bomba, GO miles south of here, on the Gulf of California, according to word received here- - returns the government has n majority of S7 over all other parties. The returns from 603 constituencies official show the, following revised position Conservatives, 347; labor, KiS; Lloyd George liberals, 54; Aqulth liberals, 52; Independent, 5; 4; prohibitionist, 1; nationalist. 1; liberals. 3; communists, 1. "Earl" Starts to Prison The Kentucky Baptist ConvenDr. W W, Laridrum was electMORE EARTHQUAKES IN CHILE passed ed moderator of the Kentucky tion at Middiesboro Charlevoix, Mich. Alfred J. Walkei One Town- Swallowed Up, Report-Ti- dal "Earl of Dunblane." strong resolutions againBt track Baptists in convention at Mid$ Grieg, Waves Again Sweep left In the "custody of an officer for . Stricken Coasts. gambling. idelfboro. the state prison at Jackson, following - self-style- d -- A warrant has been issued for Leon Beam, head of a motor company, for conspiracy in an tempted robbery of the distillery at; Fairfield, where a guard was Tnbrtajlywounded. ' pre of the Paramount concern to accept Facty Arbuc klers last moving picture, produced at a' cost of nearly ',$500 000, sounded thu.death knell of the humorist with the movies,' Thej-efusa- l conviction of larceny by embezzlement of money paid him for stocks. WTora and haggard, his suave- manner gone, the former financial: wizard, whose checkered career of stqck promotions stretched across" the continent, spent .his last day in the Charleyolx-GountTall in frequent conferences witb "Sara." his "American Qountdss." y earthquakes were felt in Chile at La Serena, scene of the earlier earth shocks, and at the seaport Constltu-clocapital of the province of Maule. CarrLjal, a town of 200 copper miners,' is reported to- - have 'disappeared ,.in a huge fissure, that opened . Santiago. Chile, Nov. 15.- - New and Milwa2s. York. Philadelphia, have arranged to give away more- - &ac CONGRESS PROGRAM IS FIXED $1,000,000 which would ob9- fia them as reslduarv legatees under ilFrj: Subsidy, Farm Loan and Rail Legis- terms of their bruthi r's will. lation to Be Acted on This money will go to charitteB,-- . This Session. and to niwasn Jewish and and nephews of Mr. GimbeL 17. The followWashington, No CHANGES MiKD ing legislative program for tne house PRESIDENT f the preset t .lurinii th. reninindei congress, which expires March 4, a State Bonus Votes in Illinois, rovnt.. conference between agreed upon at Kansas and Oklahoma Convince-- . Harding of Nation's Desire.. President Harding and .e.i.!iliru;, Lender Mondell : 1 Ship subsidy hill. Washington, Nov. 15. It was snXES 2 Annual appropriation hills. at the capltol that within the last 3 Rural credits- legislation. days the President in conversatio; of modificat'nn ol with a friend had d that h 2ff3W 4 Consideration transportation net believes the country wants the the bonus., and this being so tberxa-i- s no reason to delay the rssHe;& 3 DIE IN MOONSHINE BLAS1 the bill until the new congress- - nteetSL . The President, it 7ns nld; baiti:h5s.. Explosion in Chicago Building Con- opinion on the returns In JTttnofiss,. taining vyo Stills Causes Big Iowa. Kansas, and O' labomn. rTrfdij L0SS Several Injured. enu.- states voted bonuses to s, . Chicago, Nov. 17. An explosion Ir ARMY AlRPUWfrRTJSJlIELg building at 1829 West a three-stor- y North avenue, in which two "moon Equipped With Automar" Cc-- 'Det shine" stills were operated, caused vice, It Makes Flight c. the death of three persons. An Italian Over Ninety K a. grocery occupied the first tloor. The explosions were followed by fire re.se., rr Washington, Nov. la. Twc Several persons were Injured. . :m . army airplane, equipped buildings were practically destroyed tomatic control device . : , , ho,-more accurate and depetv" .v. trials'.! B. LLOYD MUST GO TO JAIL any human pilot, has W. to a point where It has made suvresaw Chicago Millionaire Radical, Convict ful flights of more than ninety ran it was mnounceu by the axmx, atec ed on Espionage Charge, Loses . service. His Last Appeal. lae non-Jewis- h, - tes 3e&--die-rs -- Esch-Cumnii- cf -- r- - -- beem.-.uew'.cac,- !; n, In the earth. '" ;" srji " ' Chicago, Nov. 10. William Bros Lloyd, the millionaire radical of Chi cago, must go to JolIOt penitentiarj to begin serving of from one to fiw years imposeu on nun us a convicie v6laWvof.(lie.Ilflni5 esploml res. Ih ir. -- Speed' Yacht- Sink's. In, Icfc v Quebec, Nov. 15. At serious accsC dent Is reported- - from. Shelt- - k$scs. A speed gasoline yachT sank fti,t2ae, ; ice thirty miles from lhe- mxnrtit, the river. The boat was fcnrVjSato ' eleven, nersons. - "l "a? ' -- - '..: 1 'ADAIR COUNTYBNEWS; 1 -- . Giadyville. "Rev. Squires filled the pulpit at the Methodist church here Sunday night with a interesting discourse. Mr. L. 8. Cain and family visited relatives, near Columbia laat Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Strong. Hill were in Columbia a day or so the first of the week. Mr. P. H. Keltner spent a day or bo in Greensburg, the first of th.e week, on the loose leaf market Mr. Cager Coomer, one of Sparkaville successful merchants spent last Monday, in our city, looking after some of a his real estate. Hon. Mont R. Yarberry, of The reach of FIRE is great. No place, whether it is built of flimsy Big Elm. Louisville, spent a day or of last wood or sturdy concrete, is eatirely beyond it. No building yet deweek, with Dr. L. C. Nell, and vised is proof against fire loss. Some materials merely RESIST fire Office, Front Rooms Jeffries' BTdg. they made the feathery tribe I met up with a (would be longer than others. Geologist) the other day and he suffer. UP STAIRS. asked me if I had studied GeolNo wonder, then, that the banker demands that perishable property Our friend, NeighborHatcher, ogy, I said I had a little. Well, be insuned before he advances a loan upon it. He recognizes the called to see us one day last COLUMBIA, KY he said: "I saw the sun and fact that every piece of such potential fire a mere heap of combustiweek, with a full and complete is only Fire insurance moon the other morning at the ble materials that only awaits a moment's carelessness to spring into line of shoes. We were all glad one form of protection same time, how is that he said, flame. to see him and as usual he had your Insurance Agent one rising and the other set A $20,000 house uninsured, in the mind of the banker, is merely a 'something good to tell about re- can offer you. Burglary, ting." Well, I said to him, house something that is standing today, but may be a smoking ruin Theft, Use and ligion or politics, and always "you saw more than anyone else. Rent, and many tomorrow. The same house, insured, represents $20,000 today, toATTORNEY-AT-LAget a crowd around him. Your question is in 'Astronomy other forms of protection morrow, and all the time. The tobacco corporation man and you asked me Office Second Floor, Court House, are available for you to' answer it Don- - you believe, then, that insurance deserves more of your concalled on our farmers last Thurs-.da- y in Geology. I do notpropose to West Side .Adjoining'Court Room. NOW. Ask your Insurance sideration? Don't you believe that your Insurance Agent, the one and put in several hours, in- answer in such mix up business. COILTlklBIA. Y. Agent about them. structing them how to get their Ana now man in your community who is able to protect you against loss, should sir, i wiy write up have more of your confidence? Go to him. Tell him your problems. tobacco crops ready for the mar- something to the Acair County JOHNWHITE&CO, aSEl&Stv. Let him ADVISE you not merely give you a policy. His Insurance ket. 'They were all certainly News and if they publish it, you LOUISVILLE, KY. glad to have him with them and can see something SERVICE is yours for the asking. SsUbliibid in 1837 in Astron Liberal assortment and. cfeMeg&guK ,t to be instructed on the line of omy." Well, sir, I understand Full Value paid lor flfyaraa-gss-- handling their tobacco. you do not believe the earth re- Raw Furs The majority of the tobacco in volves on its axes. ANo, sir, I this sections that was not pooled don't." Well, sir, I will try and INSnRANCEOP ALLKINDS has been, delivered to the local jiske that plain to you in the OR OLD AND YOVNG buyers, or sold on the loose leaf piece I write. Columbia, Kentucky. Phone 49. Tutt's Liver Pills act as kindly t on the delicate female or Infirm market. So .far as we have The Earth is one of ,the plane- old age as upon tie rigorous man, heard they all have received sat- - tary bodies constituting the So- Tone and strengthen the weak Stomach, isfactory prices for their tobacco lar system ana periorras an an- Bowels, Kidneys, and Bladder. and consequently their bank ac- nual revolution about the sun at counts have been largely increas- a mean distance of 95,000,000 Inherited diseases cosl ed and we poor merhants are miles in an orbit, varying a little WANTED. Mr. Earstua McKinley is is one day last week. year of Grey Foxes. for Mr. Charley Thomas and famifeeling the effects thereof, and from that of a circle, It also feeding two or three hundred tuberour people are of a class that completes a revolution daily upW. S. Hodgen. head of hogs for the market. He ly have moved to the Robt. Mar- children of cular and diseased parents, eigh- shall property, near this place. the turn their money loose as on an axis which is inclined 23 Campbellsville, Ky has two hogs that weigh soon aa they get it to meet their degrees, 27 minutes to. the plane Mrs. Ctha Miller, little son and whose marriage was and would teen hundred or two thousand obligation. pounds. daughter, of Columbia, were be now legal in most States. of itB orbit. The earth is about Da You Divorce, not obtainable on any Grady ville Lodge No. 251 F. & twenty-fiv- e thousand miles Mr. W. H. Dixon sold his grist visiting her mother, Mrs. WesA. M., were called to attend the around, so the earth turns every, mill and engine to- a party in ley, near here, last Saturday and ground in one State, is granted in another on evidence of bad Sunday. rites of burial to our old brother, part every 24 hours, ftfow, air, Russell county. Mr. Johnnie Johnson, who has temper of the husband or wife. John McMaham, who resided you see we are traveling at the Mr. George Harvey is burning Early Marriages. near Summershade church, on rats of about 1,041 miles an hour. a lime kiln on his farm this been in Highland Park for some the 23rd. Bro. McMaham had Shucks, he says, don'tfvou know time, has returned home. week. Cannot be United States Citizens. been afflictecf for many years that speed would tear, all the Mr. George Helm had a new Glensfork. TOBACCO with a complication of troubles. timber off the whole creation, roof put on his barn last week. Japanese cannot be naturalized While he was in his eightieth houses and everything would be Try Old Taylor Twist. Mr. I. P. Andrew bought two in the United States and cannot g is tbe order of the year, he bore 'his affliction with swept away and evA'y living fat hogs from Mr. Henry Taylor. become citizens of this country, It's Better day in this community. Ma- thing would be dead an'd deliver great fortitude. He was a the Supreme Court of the United. The Early Marriages. The Bonnie Lucas .circus and son in the truest sense. Peace ed sure. Well, my friend, you States decided this week in its CrayCraft. Wild West show was at this don't understand how t$at comes to his ashes. first construction of Federal statplace last Wednesday night. New York, Nov. 13 In the utes bearing on the subject. Our farmers have put in the about. The earth an,d everyThe farmers are almost done There was a good crowd and all United States there are: week gathering corn ancfslaugh-terin- g thing on it, including tjhe atmoThe decision, which was the gathering corn in this communi- seemed to enjoy the show. hogs, and we are glad to sphere to the height of about Thirteen thousand girls 15 first delivered by Justice Suthermiles moves Jwith the ty. Mr. Robt Blair, of Highland years old legally married. say that our crop of corn this forty-fiv- e land as a member of the court, continues to Park, is spending this week here The weather still season is far beyond an average, earth, outside of that distance Fifty thousand 16, years old was handed down in a case good making work on the visiting his relatives and friends. and when we have a good crop there is no atmosphere and of be brought by Takao OZawa, who legally married. pleasant. of corn our fat hogs come right course there is no movement of farm more Mr. W. H. Hamon, of this Sixteen hundred boys 15 years in 1914 applied for citizenship in Mr. h ucian brocKman is on place, went to Camp ton, Ky., along and our market will be anything on the earth. Every t Hawaii. old married. supplied in a few days with plen- thing on the earth moves with the sick list at this time. last week, to visit his daughter, The ruling is expected to atThree thousand boys 16 years spare ribs and fresh sau- the earth. That is the reason so Mr. G. T Bryant attended the Pauline, who was in school there. ty of tract wide attention not only ia many persons can't see how it is funeral and burial of his mother-in-la- Miss Pauline accompanied him old married. sage. the United States, but abroad, that the earth can turn over so Mrs. Rhoda White, at home and will remain until after No minority age limit for mar notwithstanding We certainly weie agreeably the failure of fast and not disturb the atmo- Elkhorn; Taylor county,, Mon the holidays. riage in seventeen States. surprised last Wednesday mornthe court to make any reference sphere. The earth tusns every day of this week. ing, when we had the pleasure Legal marriage age for girls to" its diplomatic significance. Mrs. Nannie May Loy, and part of its surface to the sun ev Mr. Charley Sandusky was in of shaking the hand of some of daughter visited Mr. F. P. 12 years and boys 14 years in The case has long been pendhours with out this neighborhood, one day this little ery twenty-fou- r ing in the Supreme Court and our friends that over thirty Strange and daughters, of this nine states. the least conceivable jzfr. Now, week, looking for timber." years had passed since we had place, last Sunday afternoon. No prohibition of marriage of and last term when reached for my friend, if you see this in argument during the conference the pleasure of seeing them. Mr. Barney Rasner is thVough print, I hope it will satisfy you, sawing logs at his mill yard at Mrs. Ruby Morrison and little the feebleminded in nineteen on limitation of armament and This was in person of Mr.' Wil- not, come to me andil will try Craycraft unless he buys more son, Joe Taylor, was visiting her States. Ham T. Carter, of Washington, if Far Eastern questions, its conparents Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tay Where prohibited the feebleand get you out of darkness. logs. Texas, a son of Mr. William and sideration was postponed at the minded applicant may marry on lor, of this place last week. J. A. Turner. request of the department of Mrs. Carter, who resided in our Mr. Mac Grider is buying walMr, and Mrs. Chas. Kelsay, of his or her sworn statement of justice. community. nut logs in this town thirtyrfive years ago, and his Columbia, Were visiting relatives legal mental capacity. No reference is to be found in In the Louisville election 147 mother, a better woaian never precincts returns were made Mr. tJ. M. Grider ia bailing near here, last Saturday and States there is no the decision to the "gentleman's In thirty-fiy- e Sunday. lived, and one that molded the without the officers signing them hay, on his farm thii week, prohibition of intermarriage of agreement" under which ftp character of so many young in which will deity the official Mr, Alexander was through Mr. C. C. Lewis, of Chance, the white, black, brown, yellow neae immigration into this conn-tr- y tfiii week, buying stock. indefinitely?- has been rHukltdj ut w Ky was visitin Mr. O, T. Lew and red race. this community. While she is comit reaping her rewardiher memory DEPP anacnaracter lingers mtms com- HENRY munity and will as long as time DENTIST last- - We are glad that her son has made 'good in the world. He Gas Given Fop Painless was accompanied by Mrs. C. Extraction of Cloyd, of Nashville, and Miss Teeth. Kate Dohoney, of Columbia. We were all certainly glad to see COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. all of them, and shake their C.N. "Hobson J. PHobson hands once more in the flesh. In conclusion, we must say Hobson & Hobson that Hazel Wilcoxson, who is Attorneys at Law to Nimrod of old has just next Krankfort, Ky. closed out part of his furs that Specialty: Practice In Court Of Appeals he has caught this fall for $46 in informed cash. "Mr. Wilcox your reporter a few days ago, Res. Phoe Business Phone when he turned loose all of his fur caught this season he would Dr. N give the amount to the readers of the News.' v DENTIST- W. N r v s rt 3 -- 13-- B. 13-- J. -- Murrell Inmr2ncejhefrelle$toi& W. A. Coffey W Occu-pane- y, , ffipsaa Reed Brothers Tutt's Pills $50,-OOo.O- care-ever- y feeble-minde- d, - XT Hog-killin- w, M - 4